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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886112301 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. .. 1 Stmt 0 PBR KlU STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1886. m animal MIJIjES. j. yam Town :siat K1 VOL. XIV. Stmi-Ikliinttrior3aBn- NO. 179. OARRAHD COUNTY 0EPAH7HVT. How Illinois Deals With the Liquor Question, Bobbitfs Girl. II. K. TA LOIC, Tho following in Mr RobbittV hind' OrLOOAH COimrY.lsaCsndrJite or tbe office Illinois haa farnlghed a model of legislaLancaster Twenty koxI yeirlloa Mulse.lUof them mirts, orSaperlntendent of Public Instruction, subject writing haa been feat to this oCBcs and will tion on this liquor question, which Is work. forstte. Cilloa or aliiran mi t Ltqusts-- . ICy, Tne report tint to tbe Democratic State Conrenllon. j, - in; to the entire satlefsction of the pcop'e and Wat, B'rkele, Jr., Mews. Jamea Weat in-iit. terTe to prove what we hare alwayaclalmhad bought out the FublUhcil TttfMaatiaanaFrtaav ed, that be hai leaa egotUni than an; man tf that 8tato and mar be borrowed advan- wroci-r-- AT of West A KlanalrJ, ia dental by I Xaot Bargain, tageously by erery other State. Thin plan tlieae uentlemtn. AHIX. of bti aim In the country: ANNUMi 89 Madame Rumor aaya that the lion. Fon- combine high llcenre and prohibition acV7. H. Aolsrson. IoSar Q. W. Ytncav return si Saturday Asr.presenUtlreofMr. Riv. I offer lor tile privately In 8UnfoM, Ky., a Terr ba taine Fox Bobbin, the cioit dUtlngulabed cording to the ttmpsr oi the locality. Ev- - from Poplar Plain, Fleming county, where far sale privately hit nsat brick hauis snd lot of desirable resilience with aerea rotms and porch-Weunderstood w. eleJU that Il.M wl" twOmrcoattoensMit Araau. In Stanford. The of water at the door, stable, smoke boure , and demanded. member of the last Qeoeial Awmblf, and ery city, township and Tillage in the State he bold a three weekV meeting, which pUcj hti all th. Bocmary Improrements and ti a c. About an acre of ground In the lot. For var desirable oqa. Call on or address mi at titan terms, Ac, apply to It. a. A LFOR D, the moil prominent criminal lawyer in ia at libirty to decide f r Itself whether it in 55 aUitioiis to the church. wrj in regird, to It. Agent for J. It. Allord. isz-- ti i'.ji, sic tcu u mtra. 163- Kentucky, it aoon to lead to the bvmenlal ahull prohibit the liq-io- r la- not, and Mlsa R becca. Letcher, an estimable, trfle or W. P. WALTON. altar the moat baaullful and lovelj seven ( pmlyala if tbe mortl aentlment of the community dy of tbia place, hvl in atlicV. I laasle in the State. When in. falls ahort of prohibition it is made obliga tail Thursday and h.a bsen in an in aeon- teen year-ol- d DEATH Ot EX PRESIDENT ARTHUR. I am dally opening an elegant line of Tall Millintarrlowd on tbedellctteaubJsctMr. Bobbin torT (bat the liquor traDa which it permits k'iow C3udiiin 8Tr ilnco. Her pbyaiciani ery, Including all A TtluabtaHtock Farm containing 3 Acres xou maj iaae ai is goia i t"""i aballbo hesytlj taxa A V'ttcngn ptper think her reoimy doubtful. aaiu: iltmteJl mile from Crab Orchard on thsSunlorJ The death of Che'ter Alan Arthur at thetlnofTnule.. the garni of Goiconda baa recently The Latest Novelties of the Season. Louisville appears to ba getting the plk. two new cnvauJ th) S.ale on Ihi' s Th. aal rsoms orer time, hta home in New York Tnuraday, wai rry and theatlrar of Potosl, d nil the div mbject and it Cods that prohibition under bulge on the Cincinnati pork buyers, as in aiamoru, on twain tide or Main street, built by Also Motions, such u Handkerchiefs. ColUrs O tler & Bon. Also tbe brick reeldence In wh ten and Cuffs, Buchlng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You unexpected notwlthUnilir,g he had btn mondi, gemi and pearls, topical, emeraldi, local option does really prohibit, while high most of too hogs are bilne shipped to the lam now Using. afwin Dim me ai me rooms lately Tacated by ml-ln bad health for a year or tnarr. HU 1 A Warren, next door to the Myers House. amethr'f, onyx, and beryl atones that erer llcets) thinjout tbe iiloons, improves their former place this, year, A special trulo cf oianioru, &.jr the KATE IVODKUAIt. fection was a kidney trouble, but flatbed back the raya of tbe aun, aa they character and return! a large rerenuo to 13 cars went down Saturday. waa cerebri catnaofhla came dripping from tie aea, or that were the local treasury. In some countlea the Rey. B. F. Ktranaugb, of Mt. Sterling, fttorc-Itoo- m Ho waaapeechlw for2lhoun before over digged from the mine of earth, or supor7ieora will not grant a liquor license praaohed at the Methodist church Sunday conselouinfew evidence of death but g that now sleep ia her dark bo'otu, and pile IN STANFORD. MT VERNON, KY, prindptl events o( them ro high that the; could look doirn iu except on tbe petition of a rnajorltp of the wornlng and evening. He also delivered a up to the In. T. The Harden roter o' tbe lownahiy, Tali is ai it lecture in the College chapal Monday eventhe test In Stanford, hta hUtory ar rconUl blos n This old and In location ant arrangement. Apply to acorn upon Mount Chitubor.i), and let that should be. Where a nwjonty of the peo- ing, entitled "The Electtlo Theory of AsHotel Is still fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Mr. Arthur, the 211 President, was born beautiful maiden e'aod bluihiog in tbe ple want their tipple all experience proves tronomy." ?r. a. welcii, opccisi anenuon to the trarellng public. lGJ.t Stanford, Ky. at Fairfield, Franklin county, Vermont light of that lowering mountain of gema, that prohibition is nugatory It needs They do aay that Mr. Huoley Single-toM. . XEU'COJtlt, Pro'r, 83--6 m. the eldeit aan of and tell me to take bit choice and without October 5, 1S30, and wai Mt. Vernon, Ky. the accommodating express man of thl9 not only a law but the strong moral suplium one moment'a hesitation I would extend my port of the people to make prohibition city, will hare an extra reason for being n Btptiit clo;gymn, the lttv Arthur, who had emigrated from Antrim, handt and lay, 'C)me to my ormt my own effisacioue. High license, on the other thankful next Thursday. It is said he InIreland, at the ago of 18 Ills aou'rf early atrickeu deeri'" hand, is supported after it is inaugurated tends to capture a popular young lady of WHOLESALE public education was. ncqulred In th Labor and Cepifal. by the interest ot al' taxpayer)). The bap. Waco, Kr , on that day for hli bride. i The Photographer, zc'uoole of Wrrmnl, and at 15 he en'ered & P M. Arthur, Grand Chief of tho Broth- py combination of the two principle in IlMr. John M. Higjioboiham, L'nlon C3llege,8:henecttdr, N Y , whence erhood of Locomotive Eigiuccre, in tbe linois is an initance ot legislation framed 22 West Swan Street, o' Garrard, and at present a popular he gridnattd high la his class in 1810. ouraeof a ttrong article written tot liar so sa to accomplish the best results possithii placo, will bi married WedBOPPALO, K. Y. Dating his cille.e couro he ntippwled ptr't Wtdty, rend this earnest menace to ble -- Philadelphia Prw. nesday erening" to Miai Emma Palmer, hlumlf by Uichlng, and cintlnujd that Highest cash price paid for White Ash, Black hli fellow labiren throughout the world; daughter of Mr. John M Palmer, of Upper nBIJ8l,.V The ilia is an animal (some call It an in- Garrard. Tne ceremony will take placo at two yeara after iesvlnj ollege, atudy ;h9"rv PoP'r' ButUrnut, Made Chestnut, The members ol tbe brotherhood hare Mnple, Hickory, wilnut, Quari tered White and Itel Oak and Sycamore. sect) of the genut hopoera, and if yon will the residence of the bride. ing law In in the mototlme to uch advan- taken upon the adoption rf their motto, take the trouble to look in "Webster" for i. C southern A rent, 8IXE, tage that 1.3 waa t )30 ab'e. o enter I. law "Sobriety, Truth, Justlrw anil Col. Sara Walton Is in Mason county. Moralitr," a 153-l- t clli:e In New Yjr ctlT, when bo firmed strong itand for right. Right alone for it the word you will find the characteristic of Pof. J. M. Harblaon returned from Pirry-ril- le Stanford, Ey. 8'iorlly aflorwardi he mu MACE BKUCE3 a pjttnfr.hlp Monday, where he went to attend the sjll and in iteelf considered, elands upon a the Ilea that is you will look for the word riedadtuhtcrof Lieut Hiraaon, oi toe broad basis, and is the only letting founda- and not find It just ss rou would look for wedding of his sister. Misa Lull Richard Buggy & Implement House. NEWPORT HEWS MISSISSIPPI VALLE?, the "critter" himelf. I wish I could glre Nary, agsllant olTuer who went down with tion npin which a man can build. We a good description of the ilia, but should son returned to her home in 8oiierjet Montw-- i chil-- THEhi. ablp Tne inijn rrn tlioJ in day. Mr. E, K. Hlggini has accepted a poaomelimei boasting) y allude to our righte; I hare now dren, a bay, Ch'.er AlUn, now 22, and a talk of the usurptiou of our rights Sift the th) attempt bo made some might think it sition in E. W. LUIard'ii drill ntore. Miss rn exaggeration if cot arq'iainted with (be Laura Biker baa returned to Burksville. daughter, Naltlc, II In 1852 Mr. Arlhtr matttrrand what hare you? Ojr rights A. Full Lino of Whoat Drills nnd are animal The Ilea is pome smaller than n W4aaJJCialed with Wm M. lirarta in a othor Agricultural ImplomontB, r, ron;; beyond limiteJ to our ceiglbir'i Don't Know When to Stop cue telling Ihd onitliutlonalitr or the fu we may not go Jui'ic however, steps In black, and not quite as large as n while Besides a Itonte East How few people know when to atop. If gltlfe tiara Uw, tit wlnci it wia decldeJ as mtdiator, and demands a wise adjust dog, its head re'emblrs that of a horse,' but . FOB lheecapjdalaTcsculd not b held ment of things, the equity may bo main- he can jump much higher. Ho is a very the preacher knew when to flop preaching, Full Line ol Baggies and Wagons Washington, Philadelphia and thit taa.rrittidelnNjw York n r return J to tained and, and that welfare of all promo powerful animal and I haro known a sin- how much grander the effort of his sermon Always on hard. In connection with my ImNow York. when plement business, I will alto carry a Thoouly Una running ItlntheBHith. il wai erlr idtnitGei motcd, whether it be that of the greatest or gle fl n to raise 200 pounds and send ft sev- might be If the gonial fellow knew Do you want to know how to atop telling hi good stories, how much eral feet away w.th tl e w tig puty and wn a delfgte to least. 1 have no sympathy for nor Complete Stock or Lumber, PULLMAN NEW SLEEl'INW CAIW which faun Ud to catch a flsi? Well, I will tell you how keener tboir relish would be, If the mor Both thaconrentlon atSiritao - AND with any clan or set of men who erutlon rough and ilrcsicJ. Price on everything a; alinr knew when to stop moralising, how t,. rnnhllnn mrtr in New York In to learn Take one ainle drop of qoic's-silvSOLID their olnlmj upon the principle that bie Kigin-cer-Iand placs it on a smooth pieo of much longer the flavor of hie philosophy Loir as miy ouc. 1)00 Ojt. Morga appjinvl him BOU might is right, and the ricn owe the pnor a e'tbia and he w CUio' of hi tfl, class, then pick it up; when rou can do would remain If the friend knew when f I solicit a share of your patronage, Ilcspeclfully, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ey, livtn; Xomtrohai to anything to Washington Uity, readily jou can catch a ilea. I have to loop Btill, how grateful bis silence would quenlly m id Ia.peotor General and Q "2-- 1 vr that dot! not come to him through tbe this J. JI. ItllCVE. Connecting In the same depot with hi. It tho frank and candid creature who been arous'd in the niht br he'rioj foot-s'eGeneral of the mllitarr ftrcw of channel of honest acquirjmeo'. If ?ou Past Trains for Now York. ' in the cibin and got up and found a telle us our faulia knew when to bold hia theHVe. He equipped "d moral The Direct r.oute to would bare name, fame or xetlth rou rica lot of ilea after a rat -- what did you say? tongue hew much less alrong our impulse Lynchburg, DanTllle, Norfolk and all Virginia lodlei of troops, and Ma accounts t mutt work for them ,and North Carolina Points. they were on a dog' back, but to stranrjlo him wcutd become. If the Washington wore allowed and pt'd with! Much has been nil and more written Oi yes, For tickets and further information, apply to eating, how your nearest ticket office or address W, W. Monout deduction, fioujh lhie ut other S;m concerning tho aotagjnlsni belwtoa capital them floss hid hired the doc; you are get high liver knew when to (top FKOM WUE.VCB roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. It hia and labor To my miud there is ting too particular so I will te'l you no much lees titrpepeia would be If the were cut down millions ot dullara . W. I'DLLEB. W.C.WIC1EHAM, notuch popular rutin knew when to withdraw, bow No TrftTclcr Kettirus Hick repulatlon for icllxtblc 2d Vice President. olllcibemalea Gan'J Pass'r Ag't. thing. Brtween work and idleneas there more.-E- x. Bhould see him much more regretfully we Loulsrllle, Ky. honeMy and gret oxecullre rigor. Al tbe his nerer been any feeling Iu these tight times each burer should consult other than an Mcsio and Mateiinity. Ladiea who go. If tbe politician knew when to retire his own Interests. Why should you glre one merclose of the war he returned to the practice tigonistic, and it is thou cf the latter clais expect to remain good sinners.must not ex into prirato life, how much, whiter bis chant 60c for an article wba you can buy the In 1S71 he same thing from another tor SOc. To do this Is not of law and cntared pjlillc. who are attempting to poison the minds of pect to hare babies. Tola is well settled. record would be. If we all knew just J ustice to yourtclf or family. wai appointed by Grant Collector of the (he industrious. Then era to be generIn the sure to got There never was yet a prima donna who when to die, and could bring it about, how articles. next place, you shouldatbeany price. g6)d Poor goods are dear NoPort of New York, the moat important office ally prevalent an idea Is this more so than In Medicines. Yo u Concert Grand, tint all capitalists sang m well after maternity aa before. much truer our epitaphs would be. The where in the S'.a'.e. II wia reappointed in 1876, are rich, whereas the miRQiasweupay ono an ounce lor caw dust as fo Parlor Grand, truth Is that no great Gerster baa had a baby and is now reported court fool who prayed, "Oh God, be merci Inert medicines. In 1873. and wairemorol by It B IUy 13ourne lias lust roceiTed his lrrge stock ol MedBaby Grand, buiineea enterprise is owned and controlled to bave lost her voice Bercbrich has a ba ful to me, a fool,'' better prayed than be icines of all kinds. Erorr article fresh from tho He waa chairman of the Rpubliciu Cen. by one man, but by many, Upright Grand, each contribut- by too. The effect in Ihe latter cise may knew, but the man who prays, ' Oh, God, manufacturers. He now baa the nicest and cheap- eat .ti tnl C jo" mitt e of the c'.t In rlolatlon of ing aomelhin toward the mighlr whole not be disastrous, but it will ba deteriorat- teach me to know when I bave said de. selection of fnncr rooJj. ahow case srtlrleji. eye Square Grand. ThecelebratcdCamare's Spectacles and from forbidding him cirilsorric) ru! glasses a specialty. The bass brands ol mixed I will venture to say that most men of ing. Pattl made her fame before he waa enough," we ehall pray deeper still. Chi-cg- o We are paints crerr can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, finest and opening tbe most carefully selected, tbe whtU aorring as holding a pililical oflbe best stock of thrifty, industrial habits ere capitalist?. married. She is one of the few graat sing' sewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' Journal goods, chromes, tames, lamps, brushes, bwlts ol Collector Br a -- traoge turn of the wheel When we consider that capital is only era who has preferred the freshness of her PIANOS AND OllGANS all kinds, stationery, ttousand articles for It dear grandmas, malde a aunts and the smartest the A writer in Gardeners' Atyaxint saye of psllticl forlunc Mr. Arthur, who hail n ba wealth, I hope tha', every working- - relec after matrimonial adventure. Parrpa violating Erer brought to this city. ETcry instrument la in the act of crowing a by in the business all at ia admitted that bc'J removed on the cWg of man can count himself a capitalist, be his Rosa mide her name and fortune before the pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to bird atanda up, and then stretches hia neck Dr. M. L. Bourne's New Dru Store, 25 per rent, lower Man other dealers ask lor tbe the law, waj njminsted br acchmiiion by pile ever so imall. There is a dignity same goods. Persons oi musical and art culture tn she married her little manager. The same to its full ex 'cut A email lath, loosely Stanford, Ky. are Invited to an Inspection of tbebcautlful, the republioAns for Vic Proildeot tt the the Tery effort to save with a worthy pur is true of Nillsaon. Neither had children refined tone nnd artist designs ol these celo- the suspended about eighteen inches above next conrenllon, held In Chicago In 18S0, poee, even though the attimpt should not uraieu lmirumcnia: voice when she mar Jonny Lind lost bcr will obviate tins. It iu uo way in Gaifield. perch, on tne ticket headed by Jamea A ba crowned with eventual eucce. It prod C'.ara Louise Kel Tho ried and had babir Ktiabc, the Faterferew with the biri'd rcostiug, but the 1831 THE Hia eucctDsIon to the Presidency by the duces n well regulated mind; it gives prumous Decker & Sou, the Ponular Evlocg, knowing the risk coic'.uded not to moment chauncleer contemplates o. of Garfield ia famlliir to dence and triumph over extraragance; it marry. Nevada, evprybod7 knows, has a erett nud Iho Kcllabio New Engl.iud the swlnginc lath cornea gently in everybody. Toe death of Gufuld wia gives virtue the mastery over rice; it puts baby. The result on her vocal chords has Pianos, dtrpatch contact with hi mmb and tflectually slops to him by a 'elcgraphlo The best oi the tne pts'ioua unuer control; It drives away not yet been announced Further illuatra him. I barn a d zsn- - birds and none of The Celebrated Olough and Warren and from the Cibinct and he took tha oath of cart; it eecuna ccuifnrl Sived money, lion i tinufccenmy. Whenn wonun uetH WEEKLIES. the John Church h Co. Organs. them preauuie iu urow till tto hoir thai I AGRICULTURAL office at lii rosidenca in Nw York and nf however little, will Hrve te dry up in ny n married and has n baby some ot hr vocal let them out The Country Gentleman Is tho Leading JourPirate coumunlcate with us for catalogues, term . tcrnnrd in a more formal manner in tear, will waid clT many a sorrow nud taleul ! eacrificed to the fount e'er. Thi" nal ol American Agriculture. Iu amount and nd prices. , ndminla-tntlanpractical value of contents, in extent and ability . II. i Jj. Prtsiidnt Arthur' Bucken's Arnica Salve Washlcgior. J. CUOIi, epetlal Ag'ts,Ky. heartburning which otherwise might trey is oiecf tho mean tilings in creation, for of correspondence, In quality of paper and stylo (Stanford, TtiobestSatre In tbo world tor Cuts. Bruises iuthefjeoof tho deplorable Or P.OSE T.. r.IClIAr.D, nrst ranz. it it upon us. Pjeaed of a tittle store of cp while the public may be willing to pay S2. Sores, Bait Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped or publication, uo occupies 'tie either of tbe is hosuperior In llered to hare three Keferences: A. B. Penny, Mrs V. M. Carrea- that elorated Mm (o office, ws it's! a mm walks with a lighter step; his 000 a night to bear the mamma sing it ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Hen-IcHands, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, chief dlrlslona of waa ex Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes Crab Orchn Bucwa.ful and dim IQeJ one. He heart baata mure cheerily When interrup- will not uive two cents to hear tho babr. -- snl positively cures Pllos, or no pay required, I, Farm Crops and Processes, ard; Gen. V. J, Landraui aud Miss Lizzie Huff-matremely anxious tn cure a rsnominatlon tion of work or ndvereity hxppvnJ, he cn C.dcajo Mail Is guaranteed to giro porfoct satisfaction, or monoy Lancasli r, Ky. euc- rcfunJpJ. Price 25 cents per box. Tor sale by Horticulture & Fruit-Growinin Wi. mid undo a rljorott ailJrl to ii; he ctn recline on ids capital, which mot Ponny A McAllster. IBno on f cecd, but w der.-at"A Tvri'H Romance Retold. We aro will cither break Mb fall or prevent it alto LIvo Stook and Dairying, An Old Citizen Speaks. the third bsllot. gother. By prudential economy we can re indebted to nu eeteemed contributor for tbe Mr. J. M. Norrlt, an oU cltlaso of Itome, Ga. While It also lncludos all minor depirtments of ruof n well following improved Kutomolo-itas tbe Poultry says that ha bad been badly troubled with Kid- ral Interest, such Grcenbouroand raid, of the itcent cold nights a man alizo the dignity of man, life wU he a y Oo one Grapery, romance: ney Complaint for a great many years and with known, weird, typographical Knrui Questions and Answers, firewith lain blessing and old age' an honor. ltcnllw, baiUulDsacroM tbe common wan heav-eu- r, Eczema for three years; at times could scarcely side Heading, Domestlo Economy and a summary OHIO Indeed, the deslr to accumulate forms 'We Ice Haw a U:h garing at tho "ry was MISSISSIPPI news of tho wook. lis market Meports are crercovt buttoned up to his neck. He la walk, and had tried many remedies without ben- of the with a in 1 IKS' and n -- of unusually complete, and much attention is paid for know what time It wax, one of tbe uioet powerful instrument taking Electrio Blttors and to the prospect of tbe crops, as throwing light upb?gan rather anxious to in the other, Wo tO 2,nd his atlO-lio- efit, before he and the regeneration nf society. It provides anointing bis hands with Bucklen's Arnica Balve, on one of too most Important questions When 10 Tbo direct through linefrom old established routa I,,,. , wit loo liar to unbutton his coat in by pointing to a K In a paper we held This treatment afforded him great relief and be ,bur and when to sell. It Is liberally illustrated . . .1 t.. tho basis forindiviJual energy and activity. T... iu and Is intended to supply in a continually increaLouisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii order to got at liia watcit. It is the beginning of maritine and com in our 2?, rc18ing 2 a young :nel in that strongly recommonds Etectrlo Bitters to all who sing degree and la tho best aenso of the term, a comand all points in the West. eaw a man of auuor with Kidney Complaints lor need a Blood en'erprWe. It is tho foundation of 5 of the :oy, who bad lslblr Itft homo in a PurlBer, Bold by Penny A McAllster. the lilvc, Agriculturnl Newspaper, Two (1) Dally Trains from Loulsrllle to Bt. Louis. ing Iu the distance. When ho camo up agiteS.on. He dropped the touoh-e- d iadua if as nell as of independence, it v8 ofgi8 Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Although the Country Gentleman has been Misf Excellent. man who wanted to know Ihe time to 8t. Louis. and --. cf pistols from hia CSyHa with greatly enlarged, tbe terms continue as bslow eaid: ' Sir, do jou impell men to labor, to invent and to ex of Police, Enoxrlllo, Tenn., bla hat politely and J.J. y lu the , eel. No idle or thriftless man ever he "It is I of whom U read. I left writes; Atkins, Chiefand.I aro bencMciarlca of your when paid strictyear, alrance. copies (10, and an Only lO hours from Loulsrllle and Cincinnati to kt. Louis. atrangerpaus-ed"My family One copy one tl HJ; tour know what time It M" The great. It ia among those who ntfver home b(4 my re'Sions could stop me. I most excellent medlclue, Pr. King's Hew Discov- additional copy fur the year tree to tne sender ot Tho Only Lino by whioh you can his right glove, unbuttoned comes cop es t.o, and additional copy one tho club, Tea removed got a Through Slooping Oar unbutton, lost a moment that we find the men who 0 tbe CST" of a buT in this :ny who refused ery for Consumption; having (found It to be all year ireoio inetenaeror tneciuo. ht overcoat from top to bottom, SVAH new subcsrlbers for 1397, paying In to HelO to me, but smiled btOly an n naval that you claim forlt, desire to testify to Its Tlr From Clncloatl to at. Louis. finally pulled out hia have moved and advanced tbe world by now. will receive tbo paper weekly ironi the bave recommended It to ed his undercoat and ,nder. I -- ed madly away, uttering a wild tuo. My friends whom I receipt of the remittance, to January . IS37, praise it at erery opiortunlty." Dr. King's New outcntrse. (Specimen copies Iron. Addreas with TPliA cold wind wbUtled agatnit their learning, their rciencoor their invenline running watrb, while the J. XfXU. l'tboonlyfrom Loulsrllle through tions. Labor of some sort ia one ot the ' 2 he god of love, and without stopping Discovery for Consumption la guaranteed to cure LurUKtl TUCKKlt A fcON', Publlshe s. aud Cincinnati to St, Louis, all other routes being unprotected chest. Holding up the hi. Albsny, Mew York. made up of a combination of small roads. it, he conditions of existence. The thought ha 2 reply 2 tho ?? ? of my frleud, came here Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and erw.icb bo that the light would fall on with this t and -- - of pistols 2 put an ery affection of tbo Throat, Chest and Lungs. TriM. come down to us from pagan times that and eald: Drug Store. The Ohio A Mlsila'Ippl Ballwar runs Palatial icrntlnliid it an instant My case has no fl in this al Bottles Freo at Peuny A MoAllsttr'e . 2 mr existence. Sleeping Cars on nlgbt trains; i.uiurlant ParIrgt size. SI. on without another "labor is the prica which the god bare set lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coaca-e- s .And then he pae-e- d Head. Wise I Ex. upon all that la excellent" DI2NT1WT, Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at on all trains. .word. 50c, at MoKoberla it Btagg's. Direct and close connections are made In ONION 8TAhFOBD, KY. i About a weak ago, near Mr. Charlton DEPUTd with dlrerglng linea by tbeO. A M, beea In Kan-.- b How la your blood? Use Green's Sarsaparllla. A book agent went to on of our Lightning struck a hive of lUllway, thus aroldlog trobletoma transside Ualo titrest, two aouis .lory (ia nent men and told him he wanted tn sell Jones', a row with crumpled horna waa For sale by McUobcrta A Ktagg at 91. fers by other routes. tbe other day. The painful tha Myers Uotal: licking her calf, and by some means tbe Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only Una lightning came him some books. He replied ' I don't read PurMirom Oalue m dmlclsisrd Moniolci. The misguided between Loulsrllle, Cincinnati and at. Louis qnlroi it went in much and I don't believe I want any " call got ita head In the circle of the horna under one management, running all Its out of that hive quicker than betrains through solid and lu consequence its tall be "Well, you had better let me sell you an anil could not extricate it. Tbe cow off Into space with is recognized First-ClaKouta bo When Baby waa aick, wo gaTe her Castorta, ami went tween those Cities, aqttar Encyclopedia." ""No, I'm too old to ride came excited and in her tiTorta to Ret rid ..tWeenlt.legs. Moral: Nempjck to ticket Agents cf connecting linos for When she waa a Child, abe cried for Caatoria, Apply BTANKOaD, KX. of the calf strangled it and broke her own stq'iolutcd with tbe one of them cuseed things Why, the full panliulars as to rates, time, maps, clrcuhrs When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, rel when you are not write to - - Proprietor or any desired Information, or H. KOBMAN, neck, both dying instantly.-GeorRla- Patime I would get on it I would fall and W. P. WALTON, HOBT. When sho bad Children, she garo them Castoria, folk.- - fTexss Blftlnga. PTrar. Pass. Ag't O. A M. U'y, ttoiaerset, Ky. my neck " fCynthiana Democrat. break in Cincinnati W. B.BUATTUO, JOHN F. UAUNAUD, Olid ul blsgt, Jui50. Eight complete sets ol Sosn There are 15.000 Jew Geo, Pais. Ag't, free, and Uen'l Manrgr, ery. 8tlog capacity, including gallery, COo Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and rolds. Green's Electric Oil cures all aches anJ pales. is ralutd at JSC0, Cincinnati O. Is rates to '.'ood attractions. church property ftf.wna! Their Fonale by McUobtrta &. Stags ai SOc. Price SOc, For sale by Mclloberts 4 Stag?. Times. . For Sale For Sale aja ll lttd FOtt atore-roira- 8AX"E Jili-OIVHfjE- ey 191-1- 162-2i- u dlh a. Tor Kent BTEWCOMB HOTEL mala-talnlng- Store-Hoo- n, E. II. FOX, - - - G. KLiIAS & BRO, TIMBER LUMBER, mer-c'unt- !Daiiville, Frames Ky. ca-re- ar to Order. I uriEynuTE Kcu(uek'8 A -F- co-o- er TRAIN er JBOXJJErK: . PIANOS ! cultl-rate- d, R World-renowne- nul-eau- ce jut-i'natl- on Country CJentleman, ' ' y, n, 133-l- l ' y. O. SpM. g, Yeter-lnsr- t - pie-to- i I. ii n .it-r.- t ,- 1 1 "-- clUOKOM ouii 0-o- fit OPERA HOUSE. ss - i "; : f i T i ' V K mu leU We hava not dcclar-- for anybody for Wa simply want a Rood business capital, and R. F. Green is president. committee, whose decision shall be regard man and a democrat, who will be elected It Is said that 2 Vessels went down in sentiment the recent severe storms on Lake Michigan, ed as final, November 23, 1888 on hU merits and not upon any Stanford. Ky., Two big pensions were granted at that may attach to his name, to the dtsre-gr- d 27 persons perished and $733,100 were lost. Washington the other day. OflO was to of qualities absolutely needed, m our December 4th tho people of Mercer whose w. P. WALTON. friend, Judge Durham, would say, to lift countv will vote unon a proposition to John T. Moncrlef, an insane veteran, first payment will amount to $12,221 30 "terrible rut she la in at the State out of the subscribe -- 2,UW o lue cap"' 8loc ol This is said to be the largest pension yet 1 BBS When Chester A Arthur wa sprung preeent." 80 far as Judge R P.Jacobs the Louisville Southern. issued. The other was to Josiah Brlnard, moot anything upon the Chicago convention by Roecoe concerned we are for him for At Chlcigo the grand jury ignored the whose first ptyment will amount to $11,-91- 7 or which he would offer, for we know that bill against the Pinkerton detectives, chargnnklinrT aanrl nnmtnitiil trm 06. - of every quality that would ed with complicity initio death of Terrence It was regarded more in the light of spite h ,a POPeter Eagehart, a Cincinnati brute, .. v g .... I k.n .n.tM., .).. .J. ...... rnmn.r.lt. adOm BUT OUlCiai B.ailUU, but we doubt Bogley, killed during the strike. w .H-- M ,,.....,! who has been living apart from his wife, if nomina'lon ly unknown, sate by thoee who remembered whether he would accept the Six negroes and two whites were pub- went to her house Friday night and fired seeking. only ea the deposed collector of the tendered him almost without the him Del., receiving two shots at their child. The mother ran licly whipped at Newca-itle- , of Mr. port of New York, whom Hayee dismissed The Democrat can not think mote each from five to twenty lathes, under the to its rescue and received a ball in her face. he wishes to enter law punishing crime with stripes, because of irregularities in his office. Even Jacobs than we do, and if The fiend then made his escape and going Tho AYoudcrAil Pain-Cur- or the race he can count on us to be with News baa been received that a ship the etauncheet republicans believed him himeffects nro "eend to eend." In the mean- orowded with laborers returning from to the Ohio river attempted to drown unfitted for the position, but he was elected him from time, while havinc no decided preference Queensland plantation, foundered in the self, but waa rescued unfortunately. with Gai field and on the latter' tragic It is said that Mrs. George Gould was for any certain man, we must urge that the Pacific ocean death six months, later, succeeded to the and that 140 !lives were lost. so pleased with the Gould system of railnext governor be fitted with all the qualipresidency. There were dark forebodings At Chicago, Mrs. Emma Smith was roads that during her recent trip abe renecessary to the successful, conduct of as to the result of his administration, but ties shot and killed by Charles Gregor, a drun- marked: "They are indeed wonderful office. And further, we must offer our he bore himself in a becoming manner the ken bartender, who immediately- commuroads. I'd like to own the whole system." against the committee earnest protest through the trying ordeal and from surpris- most ted auicide. The woman repelled his ad- Thereupon her father-in-la- w immediately fixing the time for holding the convention ing those who had doubted his ability and vances. presented her with $12,500 worth of stocis In the interest of any special candidate, The Knights of Labor of Chicago havo saying that be could not give her the enfirmness of honest purpose, he grew to Next May is early enongb. incorporated a company to be known as the challenge (heir respect and admiration. tire system, but waa glad to hand her a litHis was not a brilliant administiation, but Johv Looan. the blatherskite who was Chicago Cooperative Packing and Provis- tle piece. and who will ion Company; $35,000 is said to have been it wis honest and clean, and he left the not elected The PendeAnls Club bacqueted Henry high office with the esteem of nil the peo never reallzsbta ambition to become the subscribed. Watterson at their handsome quarters FriFrew (kis dale wo alTer our ceiiiplefo The republican candidate for lieuten pie. His death therefore will be sincerely chief executive of this great country, if the day night, congratulatory to his recent reand generally regretted by every ono that people are as decent as we take them to bs, ant governor of Indiana has an official plu- turn from Europe and complete restoration can appreciate and admire a man who, up- has just been making a speech to a Grand rality over the democrat of 3,319. The of health. Tho floral decorations were ex on all ocoisions, rose to the importance and Army society, in which he declared that prohibition vote was 9,185 in a total of tremely handsome and the entertainment "Watches, Olooks dignity necessary for their successful con- the government ought to pay a pension to nearly 500,000. the most elegant ever given in Louisville. Charles Jones, a Pittsburg policeman, duct. The funeral was without ostentation every soldier honorably discharged, whethAmong those present besides club members and display and at noon yesterday the re- er he was disabled or cot, and that he while intoxicated, shot and killed his wife, were Gov. Knott, Senator Beck, Secretary Call and aeo our stock befbro purchasing- - claowherc. mains were laid away in the family vault would use his efforts to secure such legisla- who was attempting to get him home from of State McKcnzie and Dr. E. D. Standi at Albtny. The pall bearers included the tion. This is to catch the soldier vote, but a dance, where be was endeavoring to cre- ford, surviving members of hie cabinet, Gen. the bid ought to disguit rather than draw ate aditurbance. T. J. Boasao, serving a fourteen year r Bheridan and others. DANHLLE. SOrLECOUHjr. mat element 10 mm. Druggist and Pharmaceutists. sentence for forgery, and John Soniat, un No. 8 passenger train going north, that The President in reinstating District At It is telegraphed from Williamsburg der lifo sentence, escaped from tho Penitorney Benton, of Missouri, whom he bus that Judge Finlsy will bring a suit for tentiary at Baton Rouge, La., bv assistance formerly passed Danville at 3:33 r. M. cow pended for "taking too much of a hand in criminal libel against the Cburier-Jctirn- af passes at 12:12, arriving at Cincinnati at from the outside. politics," says, "I did not intend to condemn and limes for $50,000. Finley claims that 5:10 r. M. This change will be very acceptJohn Mcintosh Kelt, chief executive the making of a political speech by a Fed his private character is injured to that officer of the Confederate steamer Alabama, able to travelers. Oa Friday night Rs v. Bartholomew, of eral official to his neighbors and friends, amount by certain publications in those has been appointed Adjutant General of cor at any time and place, where it was journals, but he will never be able to make Georgia by Gov. Gordon. Kelt has lived the Christian church, organized in the base DEALER J.N- merely incidental if the speech itself was even a packed jury believe it. If there is in retirement since the war. inent of his church a free class for instrucwe doubt, decent and fair. But I do not think such any truth in the rumor, which The clothing houses of Mack, Stadler tion in church music. It will be continued official can enter, as a business, into a polit the contemplated suit is only a big bluff, & Co, and Marcus Fechheimer & Co,, op- through the winter. of Dr. J, L. McKee, ical campaign and consenting to a long list and the judge will find that Mr. Haldeman posite the Burnet House, Cincinnati, burnCentre College, preached at the Baptist of engagements to address political meet- don't scare worth a cent. ed Saturday. Loss on stocks $500,000; on ings widely separated and of daily recur church Sunday morning and night, the pasDuhinq his canvass for governor of Penn- buildings $100,000; insurance ample. May-fiel- d rence, and fill such engagements without sylvania, Gov. Baaver gave a republican The prohibitionists of Atlanta are in tor, Mr. Hale, having been called to by a telegram announcing the birth of neglecting his duty, if be holds an office editor a $20 note from which to take the a stew over the law permitting the salo of a son. worth having, cor without taking with him price of a year's subscription to his paper, domestic wine. Twelve of these rooms Mr. R. R. Wallace and Miss Emma in the canvass his official power and inbeen licensed and not le&i than which was $1. His surprise can be imag- have G. Bacdifer obtained marriage license thla correct line of conduct can be fluence. A ined whet, the fellow gave him a receipt 150 will be in operation before Christmas. morning. The lady is a daughter of George determined on without difficulty, I bslieve, Btrlott, dem is elected governor of for 20 years' subscription and pocketed the Sandifer, of this county. The marriage is in the light of n desire to follow the spirit note. Cindidates rarely ever kick about California by an officially declared majority to take place this evening at his Resiby divorcing the of the admonition given, such matters and for that reason they are of 632. Four democratic and two republi- dence. conduct of a citizm from the use of official nice picking for rascally newspaper men, can Congressmen are elected and the Legie Capt. J. W. Jacobs on Friday bought influence in a political campaign, illustratwilling to get money from them, whether Iature is democratic by a majority of tent of the Messrs. Sandldge, of this vicinity, a W. 11. McKlN.S EV, falnmcD. JOHN BKIOIIT, ing at all timet the truth that official duty Rey, Louis Hughes, an aged citizen of honestly r not. pair of combined horses for $650. He will is paramount to partisan service, maintainMenefee county, who had voted the repubsta avoiding ing the dignity of It will take 3,200 pounds of turkeys, 70 lican ticket, was attacked in his bed by a ship Ihem to Atlanta, where he is now Mc dresstioned. B. G. Fox bought of Frank the pretense ol control over the political ac- gallons of sauce, 80 gallons of oyster a party of roughs and beaten to death. One tion of others by reason of official place, ing, 54 bushels of mashed potatoes, 300 of the gRng named Poffett has been arrest Ginnis a good harness gelding for $135. Mr. James S. Chiiiman, of the firm of and teaching the lesson to the people that pounds of lima beans, 2,400 bunched of ed. 40 gallons of catsup, 40 gallons of The Chicago Knights of Labor have Perkjca & Chrleman, is distributing among public positions are not bestowed or held tinilaM o tt I a1 rv a f aaISoa nejwrfaan loovira " pickles. 1,000 pounds bread, 200 pounds of adopted resolutions denouncing the verdict his friends several boxes of oranges this butter, 300 pounds of cheese, 22 barrels of in the anarchist trial as ''tne -- result of a morning (Monday) that were grown on bis The internal revenue taxes are collected apples, 1,050 mince pies and 500 gallons of capitalistic and judicial conspiracy unpar- Florida plantationjeituated on Like Harris, at Ices expenee than any other item of pub- coffee to furnish the old soldiers at the alleled in the history of criminal proceed near Leeeburg. ilia agent in Florida has lic revenue Last year the expense of col- Dayton, OjIo, Home their Thanksgiving Inge." shipped this season to new York 160 boxer. lecting nearly $117,000,000 of revenue by Fearful that he would be but led alive, Maj. Josjph McGrorty, whom the dinner. that bureau was only $4,299,000, or 3.6 per D!tn lc(ill Una of Cen'ralia, III, left implicit in President has just appointed Collector of livXh is demonstrating Dr. Scott of The Louisville cent., an increase of over $4,000,000 in the structions that hia heart be cut out after Internal revenue for the Territory of New of the fittest. It has collection and a decrease of 0.3 per cent, in the law of the survival life was supposed be be extinct and they Mexico, Is a brother of Capt. A. S, Mcbeen as great a nuccesa financially as it has the expenee compared with the last year of letter on hia death Grorty, of Danyille. Mj. McGrorty left proof of were obeyed to the republican rule. To abolish the taxes on been in point of excellence, in Friday. Danville seven or eight years ago, and has spirits and tobacco would be simply to give which it is announced that its next issue A terrible gale on Lake Michigan did since been engaged in business at Deming, up $100,000,000 of revenue without abating will ba from its own type and presses. Its great damage to shipping. Thirty vessels N.M. Messrs. B. H. BIdgely the oppressive hurdens upon the people, owners and editors, Mra. Jennie Goodloe, wife of Judge are known to be foundeied or to have been of 1 to and Isaac Dinkenspiel, are to be congratuThese are luxuriep, bat the tariff driven ashore. Many sailors were drown- John D. Uoodloo, formerly of this county, triumph in giving Louisville S cents ptr pound on 'sugar, or 8 to 12 cts. lated on their ed. Some vessels were lost with their en- died suddenly Sunday morning at the famthe best Sunday paper she has ever had. per 100 pounds on salt, of 50 to 70 percent, ily residence near While' Station, Madison tire crew. NUIUtEYH. on clothing, on the contrary, is a tax that J. Milton Turner, of St. Louis, the county. Mra. Goodloe was formerly Mlaa Gen. Hazen, Chief of the Signi.1 Serevery family and enhances the cost vice, says in his report that 82 and leader, announces his Jennie Wbito. She and her husband were colored reaches per of all these necessities. Let the high tariff cent, of his weather predictions were veri- conviction that the time has come for the married here and made Danville .their taxes be the first to go. fied during the year. The old fellow is colored people "to seek some other means home until their removal to Madison counof their ty. Seven children survive her. than politics even a better gueser than It is said that the meanest of a lot of compilers, who used to putthe old almanac condition. for the betterment H Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Von, Lumber, opposite certain Mr. John S. Harness, of this place, is criminals always peaches on his pals and the agent for this and adjoining counties At Harrodsburg the trial of Mn. snow," "fair weather" or turns State's evidence when the hand of days "expect Munday for the murder of Col. Haw for "The Story of Manual Labor," by the law cloees upon them. At the trial of "rain," just as his fancy dictated. kins, ended in a peremptory instruction of John Cameron Slmonds, with an introouc-tioMcQaade in New York, for Another noted man passes away in the The mac said to have by T, V. Powderly, Grand Master of bribery, his' partner in guilt, Falllgraff, death of Hon. Chares Francis Adams, who-die- the court to acquit. been hired to do the deed waa held in $1, the Knights of Labor. Thla is a valuable and who was to be tried for the same of at his home in Boston, Sunday, aged book and one with whose contents every 000 to the next court. fecee, gave the whole process away, by 83. He was the son of President John A Western man advertised that he liboring man ought to be acquainted. and twelve other aldermen Quincy Adams and served his country very which himself $1 mall information that would Isaac Shelby, Sr, who died at the sold themselves for$22,000 each to the Broad acceptably during the war as Minister to would for mako food entirely unnecessary. A citizen home of his son, John W. Shelby, south of way railroad company. Jaehne, one of the England, to which he was appointed by from Jordan, Canada, eent the dollar and town, was buried at the Danville cemetery meals, is already serving a term in Sing Mr. Lincoln. by the return mail got the directions: Friday evening, Mr. Shelby was in the Bing for the same oflenie, but he says he The Shelbyyille Hon is the latest, havdose of poison." 92J year of his age and died from the prefers his present quarters and condition ing just been started by John P. Cozine, an "Take a The limited express on the Pittsburg, weakness attendant on old age. He wis a tothstoftbe contemptible and loathing old and experienced newspaper man. The (Tho Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) Cincinnati & St. Louis Railroad was wreck son of the first Governor of Kentucky bearscoundrel who has gone back on his pals to paper is non sectarian and by a landslide near Pittsburg and crush- ing the same name, a man of strong Intel ed eave his own hide. but it is chuck full of local news. ed three of the sleeping cara. Eight pass Iect and of positive opinions concerning all the The stupidest and shallowest of With the exception of B. B. Hays, who engers were seriously iojured and two may everything that interested him. republican campaign tricks, says the New Mr. Charles Henderson, sojourning at Others were slightly hurt. It la the leading Republican Wcealj Nswfptwr ot tbemott a,.. nJ Hn-.i.movement don't count, there is no living ex president. die. York World, was "antl-jalooTin public dlfco.fon and N.lion. Koremoit In sew. The State press is almost unanimously preeent in the Boyle county jail, still con this or the Firmer and bis family. ntnrlM,no a"Tolea to tb fc Since the republicans came into power in toter eats It bu superior ai a new.p.per. by which the managers (ought to delude have opposed to an early convention. Since tinues an object of interest to everybody Now that the election 1861 ten presidents and the prohibitionists. who has been "bamboozled" out of anydied. Helm was nommaieu reormry -- , is over and Mr. Blaine thinks that he can the convention to choose candi- thing for the last ten years. Charles may Is furnl.bed to subscribers at the low rat of we bellove NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ONE DOLLAR a make of the labor movement a fair offset of maklnc the prlca lucent a copj a week. It giro, all the news, with dates for State offices has not been held have been an ugly boy in times past, but Jn decent sn w. nuj detlralie temperance issue, his party's losses on the Taulbee's official majority in the 10th earlier thanMay, Louisville Times he couldn't possibly have done half that is THE MARKET REPORTS are (Iren In full, andtbsy are noted for "antl-jalootheir r.ll.ii.in.. Vpotti are dodge will be incontinentthe is 816. telegraphed dally orerour own iptclU iMdlng clUce. A little girl in Cincinnati, whose throat charged against him. Besides it is comly dropped by all except the few cranks John I. Cirey has been appointed Uni- had been burned by an accidental drink paratively a safe thing to "sass" a man THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Is one of the (rest Matures of the Woeklr an J ! M0,t i Calito erery farmer. This dprtraent U edited by tboso of Jong who were easily deluded into thinking the ted States Attorney for the district of experience. of concentrated lye, has beon kept alive for when he is behind the bars. fornia. republican politicians were in earnest. nourishment injected Mra, H. P. Vass and her little daugh- THE CHIMNET CORNER, deroted eiclu.lre'y to young people, I. rery Interesting and The Hotel Bellevue and ten cottages weeks by means of The collector of the revenue district at Cape May, N. J , were burned on Satur- through a small tube into the stomach, ter left Sunday for their home in Mobile. ORiaiNAL;8TORIE8 and Choice Selections, with ths beet correiixmJ.n,, r, on all.rarU of Globemake the Weekly andBeml-WoSkl- y embracing Kansas reports that since April day morning. through an inclsaon in the front wall of the Mra. Vass' brother, Mr. W. T. Guest, acsold 2,500 special liquor tax last he has companied her. Mr. J. M. Hackney has Seml-Wcck- ly The republicans talk of running Bob abdomen, etamps for the retail trade, an increose over Lincoln, the David Ferguson, formerly TaxReceiv- - returned from Welmlngton, Ohio, where of War, for the fame time last year of over 600. tie Mayor of Chicago. er of Louisville, who defaulted for $75,000 ho was called by the death of his brother. ContainsKeljlitragMofelghtcolumnicacb, and li printed eTery Tuesday andtrrlJar It 1. . .n. "n- 1 . ifrh'"!!' the ? lTiiinnaineetmt-Weekl- y -., moot of the licenses are sold to says that an admirable paper. The petition for the prohibition eleo and was pardoned out of the penitentiary Senator W. O, Whitlhorne, of Tennessee, stores, which have taken the place of tion in Louisville ctme too late and it will after an imprisonment of a few months, is was here last week on a brief visit to his drug ,aj The prohibitionists out tb,ere not be held in December. saloons, living in Springfield, Mo., partially paral daughter, Mrs. C. P.. Cecil. Hon: J. S. as their brethren here, else Teims of Bobscrlptlon by Mall: were not as wise The Chesapeake & Ohio has establish- yzed and utterly destltut?. The way of the Van Winkle returned on Friday from the they would have alio prohibited drug ed a Wayne circuit court. Mrs. H. G. Sandifer Kn,n.Bly,D' line of steamers between transgressor is hard. Spssffipx BV store whisky selling in their laws. ' Laat Tuesday Mr. and Mre. Bill Skagg-er- a and daughter, Katie, are visiting friends Three month., Newport News and Liverpool. 3 Thrw month., " 3 N were arrested at Ashland charged with in Indlanapolla. Capt. J. W. Jacobs. U, S. Dan Swigert has purchased by cable The Louisville limes thinks it a little vIbU to his brother, Mr. strange that Whitley county, which gave the great race horse King Craft, winner of theft; were promptly Indicted and Friday Army, is here on a were Eent to the penitentiary for one year. R. P. Jacob). Mr. J. A. Cohen, of Law Con.!.tIngotBew!ncMacb!nc,:imrroYia . WitmLurT Witch. n,it p , -majority, should have 300 less the Derby in 1870, for $10,000. n..... valuable Books Finley 1,313 wicm, n In the refer, tfauiploioplesfree. bo Another outbreak between the Martin If they bad killed somebody, however, the ranccburz. member of the State board of etc, will caea on tts docket than that ma criminal In town the latter part of THE OUIttMEItOIAI. GAZE'ITE CO., Jority. The total number of the latter is and Logan factions occurred in Bowan case would bare been on docket for years, I equalization, was 1 last week, If they posseaeed money and influence. county Friday. If M. Logan wes shot. 953,o'whtrh ci tar for murder. CINCINNATI. d nut-ern- The Hurodjbnrft Democrat li mUtaken. The new Cincinnati !m Stock-yar- d urgBuUitl nltu Com $050,003 TheEveraole and French factions, in Iiith jI'i:kiI Jill iaVjAmimt to submit their differences to a arbitration m .., Centaur mm en 1 Its most known. tho world has over instantaneous. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. - ftai, fash, fash. Complete Stock of Jewelry, At Cost For Gash! and Silverware IYIcROBERTS & STAGtG? W. mmi fcc. vice-presid- merits, Groceries, Salt, Xime, Cement, Hardware, Farming Imple Elevators, Pumps, Older Mills, cffise-holdin- g, eel-ler- y, WEAREN & MENEFEE, Farming Implements andMachin Fia Buggies, m$mt Etc 2-- well-kno- wn Spring Wagons, BucIe Boards, Farm Wagons, La-cretl- a n THES CIIffCIItfNTATX WEEKLY OKTILTkr GAZETTE! u9l n, al, $1.00 n" 10, The Weekly Gaxettc n" The "uk."vUU-.w.u,uuUUM- WLW.. "t Uaily Commercial Gazette, semi-monthl- y Tt:::z:?ll Our Premium JList lZZr. " 'if aif,niB,i rvrmfttw itijjubtatamtmtauam nal iuMiaiiiiiiiiii Heaixiuarters for arnmuuttlon. ilsbirta ABtcB. IIioiiEfiT Mr- - Stanford, Ky . O. WALTON, market price paid for hldee, Novembflr 23, 1888 sheepskins, etc., by A. T. Nunnelle. - Business Manager. TIME CAHD. wtmmmw new Raisiss, currant, citron, prune i. All stock and cheap. Metcilf A Fos " I. AN. Mall ler. LOCAL They ia? Judge l 28 Ai f. 2 18 A.M. 1 Carson dnuned tula going it Kxpretiirain" Hutb North Benta Mr.ar. ing on hearing a certain item it is r, m. published in thin iaaue. Bolar mournof newa ' flOf ... .m... Tbe a jot li calculated on standard time. mtli about 29 mtnnuw tutar LOCAL NOTICES. Money saved la mosey mad?, ao bur a feed cutter from W. II, Higgles and cut your oata, bay Ao , for your atock. A FULL atock of double, breech and BUY jour School Hooka from Penny A alao loaded muxz'e loading ahot-gun- r; Mo A litter. ahetla of all aires of thot.. McRoberta A W atciibs and Jewelry repaired on ehor lotioe and warranted by Penny A McAILn Btagg. r, Joe Footman ta the ehaeaplon tr. r, Huktzrs, Attemtioh. Loaded lie baa bicged 283 tbia aa&aon and all szta of abot, at Penny A drove every flock from the bottoms to the brush. atock of lewelrv, latest A OOMrurrE A OAR LOAD of colored hands pasted up style. Bockford watches a apecialty. Pen ay A MoAllster. to Corbin yesterday to work on tbe L. A N. extension to the Cumberland Gap. Mason PERSONAL & Co. are the contractor?, Mn (1. T. Faiuus, postmaster alEwt The ladlra will And it decidedly to their Bernttadt, waa here Sunday, Miaa Amanda Qooqik went to 8omer-ac- t advantage to call and examine our stock of short wraps and New Markets before they yesterday to visit relatives. Miea MattiePeahl Shown, of Ln purchase. Osraley A Craig. caater, Mra, Geo. II. Bruce'e pretty aitter, Dressed Turkeys, new Cranberriea, la bergueat. Mince Meat, Pickle, New York Cream Mh.T F. fc'riNic, late train dispatcher Cheese, Butter Crackers and other Thanks for the L. A N. at New Orleans, baa been giving Gooda just received at A. A. Wartraca'crred In Louisville. ren's "Modsl Grocery." Mr. Matt Woodson, who baa been Mibs RoasRicaARa ears she has a lot of die patching trait a on the Main line, baa rethe new style rquare stamped envelopes, turned to hie former post here. designed for courting correspondeuce, which Cait. Lon Haley and wife, o( Parle, she will atll at coat, not even adding the and W. Bailey and wife, of Cincinnati, carriage. Hera la the only house in town have been the gut-t- o of Mr. and Mra. G. R. that sella entirely for cut, no matter bow Hardin. many claim to do ao. We had a pleasant call from Wood The Nunnelley Brothers gave a turkey ford Q. Dunlap, editor of the Danville Ho Is much pleaaed with shootlnc Saturday when 35 birds were shot Ttilune, Friday bia prcsptcta and ia improving hia paper for at 10 centa a abot. Jim Cain got 17 In 26 ahota with a Smith A Wetaon pistol with each laane. 50 yards. Col. Welch waa tbe next best MinMra. John Dinwiddie and Miss nie are gueata at Mra. Fannie DunnV. with tho pistol coming away with several Mla Minnie biajnst completed a bciutl- - turkeys. Jim Craig ltd with a rifle at 200 fulJapanese quilt, that abe value at $75, yards. Tne Nunnellcys announce another and proposes to rtflls far that number of big shooting on Thanksgiving day, when 100 buds will be put np. chance at $1 per chance. bird-killeCart-ridg- ndgmcnl in selecting a life companion. Kentucky should rejo co at aucb an acqni-aUioto her galaxv.of lovely women. Ti s bridal couple were the reclplrnta of maoy handsome preasuta from friend) who sin cerely wish them happiness and the (rul tlon of their brightest hopes. Immediately after the wedding thoy left for New Or- leana. The bride wore a very handsome dress, of which the following ia a complete description: Tnrquoiao blue velvet coa lume Ue vieete; the petticoat stripes "en revere" of peluche and Assyrian pale broche; the coge plain except garniture about throat of "perlea luml-netsThe costume waa "chic" in the extreme and waa relieved by a "gem" of a bonnet, which accorded perfectly with the very rfTictlve and artistic toilet. o hazel-brown ." A rofhrd (i loharcu hns bscn taken from the wreck of the teimar Pacific, that sunk In Iho O do oprxttm Unlontown, Ky., in December, 1660 Upnn opening the hogshead the tobacco waa fumid to bo almost as bright and good as whan aew, though it has been under wnter 20 years. HUS TQMVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY . lEXDIR, THE O-AJSJIEail THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED HA1VCE IN YOURS. and CtockH incomplete and the latest fji0jmirj.need Ao not ask tho reason of thU, alaiixhtor; It 1 enough to koW that 1,1h 1m yoar opportunity. IlrlHR tho iaon.y with yon. 'o will positively ncII only ler' Cash. Wo will from Utl dato mull further uollco kcII evorjthlBf? in Iho Jewelry lino AT COST. Onr.ock r Silverware one of our oldeat citizens, ha beta for sereral weeks suffering from n rf!'se of the throat. Grave doub's aa to the result are entertained Mra. Lucinda Carpenter, DEATHS. Tbe wife of F. B. Crooke died at R'cb-mon- d list week, aged 22. Congressman Arnot. of Elmira, N. Y, la dead, aged 60, He waa a democrat and a man of great wealth. Mrs. Sallie, the excellent christian wife ol Mr. Ienao N. Newland, died at her boms In Brodhead Sunday of a nervous af lection. Brsides a devoted huband she leaves six children to mourn their terrible loss. Gov John 8. Phelps, ol Missouri, who waa also governor of Arkanaaa at one time, and who served nine consecutive looking Caldll, Eq., a youna lawyer of Padurah, la illuminating our part of tbe social hemisphere for the purpose of giving zj-t- ' to the approaching Thanksgiving, Adthooy Honn has o.oved Into town and tabenaclea hia family at the residence of W. L. William. n cities are said to have contended tbe honor of having Ham good been thnbiith-plaoj- fr 8t Penny fc fcAliste:v. ol rioraer;but"ToneV record bids fair to embrace the whole con tinent. Our postmistress Ex givea notice that ahe will hvail herself of the provision of the law, and keep the ffioe closed on Thursday except an hour afier the distribution of the mall. Persons desirous of getting their mail on that day had belter atteod prompt-1- - 1. R. -- Dealer In- - Having spent the last two or three weeks among the d Utricle, I am happy to yeira in Congrew, died at the Sisters' Hos- be able to report, ronifeat Improvement pital at St. Louis Saturday, aged 72. of the schools oMhe county, In tnmy The venertble Isaac Shelby, 8r , died their cnliUn In- Most at the home of his son, John W. Shelby, of the leichers ar efficient and etrnat. Thursday, In tbe 1)2 J year of hla age. He Their work la tailing encouragingly on waa tbe eldrat eon of Gov. Shelby and re- - the proyrc and depirtmect of tl.elr pu- yr aided all his life in tbia county, where be successfully followed the avocation of farm ing on tbe farm adjoining Rest," his father a home. A una eld gentleman, hospitable and generous, passea away in hie death. Three children aurvive him, John W , Isaac, Jr , and Mra. Dillam, of Padu cah Interment in tbe D.tnville Cemetery. RELIGIOUS, tional Bank one of the finest specimen of shingles at crayons we have seen for many a day. It lathe work of Mlsa Battle Hurt, the acA 1'ENSION baa been granted to Capt. complished artist at tbe College, who made it for Mr. John M. Riid, from a small picBoston Billion, of Lancaster. ture of an old woman, which struck his Ilea box bottoms, meat cuttera, batcher fancy. It it nearly and the exknives ft , at W. II. HlgglnV. pression it almost perfect. The execution Mlta Hurl's abili(Jun atock of heavy boots and shoes can of it thoroughly proves Owsley ft ties as an artist not be excelled by any one. To Hano Mr. It. C. Wancn returned Craig. from Montlcello yesterday and from bim lv you want goods low, come and ace ua. Prewltt, tho man Oar stock U Urger than ever before. Mel-cal- we learned that.Oranvllle who murdered James and Ellen Buck for ft Foster. their money a few weeks ago In Wayne m sni. Ooer.v the wonderful Automatic Watch county, the brutal circumstances of which at the New Jew- we gave at the time, waa found guilty of tell time without elry Slow the murder of Mlsa Buck, the CommonTwo days of dreary rain baa (fleeted wealth electing to try bim for killing business and fclven the bluea to those pre- of her (int. He put In a plea of notjfuilty at the atari, but afterwards confessed his disposed to be disponent. guilt and threw himself upou the mercy of A new and bandscme stock of fall poods tbe jury. He claimed that the act was ha just been received by S II. Bhanks. committed while ho was drunk and that be Call and examine them. did not realio what he had done till several hours later and kner no object tint be , Leave yoiirordera for Thanksgiving either in bulk or can. Also celery had in the deed. Ilia attorneys, Meseis. M. C. Saufley, O, U. Waddle and Lorn Parker and cranberries. B. S. Myera. pleaded bard for a lifo sentence, instead of TitEitE will be no general cloelng of the capital punishment, but the jury very piop-erl- f storta here on Thanksgiving day, The efbrought in a yerdlct of death, and fort to close ha heretofore proven ao hard Judge Morrow sentenced him to be bung to accoinplieb, that no one would make it January 12 Mr. Warren waa emploped tbia time by the'cltlztna to aaalat in the preeecution Walter Fields, the champion hone- - and he tells ua that tho verdict givea entire ehocr, advertlresln another column that he satisfaction. Prewilt evinced no emotion will ahoe horses at 55 cents for caah, at his whatever on the verdict being read, neither shon at Turoenvllle and do other work in did bia wife, who waa present with a young child. Hla first wife, from whom he waa proportion. waa also present. There was one Misa Belle Root haa moved her ee wing divoiced, other conviction, Tom Wells for forgery, apartmenta to the rooms over Mra. Kato 2 yeara in the penitentiary. Tbe Dudderar's millinery on Main street, where who got yesterday. friends nod others wishing court adjourned she Invites her BAWrD poplar and cheslnnt Osteal f A Foatcr'e. life-alz) m f LOCAL MATTERS. There ia on exhibition at the First Hi Na- ' f ova-tera- work in her line to call. " UARRIAGES.H a man ia mean and disboneat enough to claim all (be exemptions that the law now permits him to take, there ia hardly one in a hundred from whom a debt can be made. Moat of our lawa are made for the benefit of criminals and rascals. If The largest crowd of the season attended the Rink Friday night and everybody had a good time. Though (he leader waa absent the Gold A Silver band made capital music and the absence of the orchestra waa fully made up by Mrs. W. G, Dunn on the piano and Mr. A. G. Huffman on the cornet for the dance. Open each Friday night 'till further notice. The Danville lribune says' we ought to have the Lincoln news copyrighed if we want to enforce a claim to Its exclusive use. We urge no such claim, but when we ecuf fle around and get it together, we don't care to have It taken bodily with never ao much aa a nod of thanks or line of credit. Be honest, boys, and don't palm off as special correspondence that which only coils you n few cuts with a pair of scissors. Link Jarman, a worthy colored man, who has been connected with the L. & N. bore for many years, had the back part of hia hip or aeat bone broken, besides auataining other injuries, yea terday. He was walking on a side track at Rowland when a switch engine backed up Oi bim, throwing him down and crushing him aa above A passenger train was run-sin- g in front of him and its noiee prevented him from hearing that ol the backing engine. Dr. Peyton wub called and dressed the wound aa bait ho could. He thinks there la' but little dunce for bia recovery. Terridly Hurt. Mr. Elite GrlQn, a widower, and Mlsa Mary Anderson, were married in the court house laat week by Judge Varnon. Capt. H. D. Ilartman, the popular conductor on the Stanford Branch of the Kentucky Central, brought his handaomo bride to Stanford Sunday and they will make their home here for the present. Mrs. Hartman was a Miss Warner, of London, and ia said to be both handsome and accomplished. Another Louisville editor is to become a Benedict; that brilliant young journalist Mr, Daniel E O'Sulllvan, being tbe next on the Hat. Invitations are ou( to his marriage to Miss Berths, daughter of Mrr. Martin Bijur, at her home in Louisville, Dec. 2d, at 0 o'clock and a reception thereafter till 12 o'clock. Mr. A, T, Anderson, of Garrard, and Mrs. T. A. Grcsham, of Crab Orchard, were married Friday, Mrs. Greahau was for merly of Livingston but is well known here and has many friends who wish her great happiness in her new relation. She ia an estimable lady and deiervea a good husband which she has no doubt gotten, In its notice of the marriage of Prof. Abner Rogers and Mies Georgie Eldridge, at the Central Methodist church, the Mem phis lima sayt: 'The bride is thefdaugh-te- r of our esteemed citizen, Judge Thomas E. Eldridge, and for beauty and loveliness has scarcely a peer in the 8tate, She has won the homage and admiration of our community by her amiable character aa well as by her exquisite voice, and our social circle will long deploro tho loss of one of tbe most charming of its members. The groom ia a gentleman of culture and rcdno ment, and I to bn r nMi'i1t 1 Rev. R. n. Caldwell will preach at Walnut Flat church on tbe lit Sunday In Diceml-einstead of the 3 J. nev. fercy U. .blsom praached two good discourses here Sunday and accepted the flittering call to pretch each Sunday for the present. There will be Union Thanksgiving services at the Presbyterian church next Thnrs day at 11. Elder John Bell Gib'on will deliver tbe sermon. Got. Currier, who Is a made no reference to the Ditty In his Thanksgiving proclamation and the preach ers therefore resolved not to read it from their pulpits. Rev. James C. White, the oldest Prea byterian minister in Cincinnati, haa been preaching more than fifty years, and re cently celebrated hia Slat birthday. Al though quite deaf he la still an active and successful psitor. Tbe Barnrs troupe will arrive on tbe 30th. They will be quartered at the Port-ma- n House and thoee from a distance who wish to attend the meetings cau do bo, aa the hotel accommodations are ample Services will be held twice a day in the Court-Hous- e during hia two wetka' stay. Sunday, on the site of tho building la which Jeflerson Davis waa born, near tho lino of Christian and Todd counties, a Baptist church was dedicated by a sermon preached by Rev. Dr. Strickland, of Nashville. The distinguished Codfederate chief tain presented the (round and he waa present at tbe dedication, which wai nttended by crowds of people far and near. Mr. Barnes haa closed In Frankfort and gone to Independence, whepce after a week's preaching he will depart for this place, arriving on the 30th. A correspondent aaya. "Hia etay In Frankfort ha been a pleasant one, and whilst no Immediate reaulta of bis work may be eeen aa yet, (here ia no ddubt that be has sown good aeed. There is a touch of sadneea in his voice, and a look of weariness In hia face. He has been preaching for yeara two eer moos a day, and physicil exhaustion baa almost conquered bim.a He needa reat and recuperation, but he thinka duty calls him and he obeys." r free-think- pils. Trustees ar waking up to a sense of the importance of their office, and providing better bouses and appliances. The people are mani'eating Greater interest and a more enlightened policy in reference to the school enterprise, and the wholo question presents a more promising and hopeful aspect than it haa done heretofore. Tne county need, however, to be Toe old boundaries have been changed bo frequently that it le now almost impossible to determine where the jurisdiction of the district begins or terminates. Hence we have annually recurring disputes and acri montoua dissension. Another and serious drawbck ia found in the fct that the pay of lh teacher ia terribly delayed. Board bills must be pti'J; expenses must be me ; our teachers are not generally well endowed pecuniarily; hence they are compelled In many cases to real z on their cUima at a heavy discount, and sacrifice a largo proportion of hard earr.ed and inadequate com pensation in older to meet preailn necessities. I can not omit n cminendatory notice of the closing exercise on last Friday of Mia Tompkina' school near Halle Gap, which I hid the priilge of attending. It showed that much mty ba done by ed work. well-Jirect- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, -"- -. ; TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEiSWSWARE, Confections., Tobaccos, ' Cigai-s-, COB. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STAHTFOltl), KY. JtHersn Bowling, late sentenced to be been reprieved by Gov. Foraker till Martin 25tb. Ex Vice President Wheeler ia ald a mental anl physicil wreck and vir'i ally a prisoner in hie elegant home a' M lone, N. Y. At Albtque.qup, N. M., Marshnl and Officer Henry ntiemptol to arrest Caarley Kos and "Kid" Johnson, horse thieves. Rose fired at the officers, putting a ball through Henry's heart and one through Msguire'e left lung. Tho thieyea escaped. Ma-gulro Kentnck', hanged December 3J, has of e New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Eaisins Citron, Currants, Figs, Dates, Prunes, &c, now in stock. Salt, Litnl Cans and Jara, Butcher Knives, antl other things used in Hog-Killin- g. OOODS ! .VBV ADVUtTIHEEKHTw. FOR SAXiE. Eodley standard saw mill and Kunell steam engine in complete order, lias a capacity for lawlng 7.000 feet per day. Is located near the Cincinnati Southern Railway where there Is an abundance ot of fine timber. Terms to suit. J.A.3tOOIlK&CO., Ky. . Kings Mountain, A 175-3!- CriirlllbcoljliKciItoiuyOimtonicr, A portable Lane If they would senil their orders o thut I can fliiiu dellv-eriuby 5 o'clock. T 16 WAIlTON MABK HAItDIPf, Lntc or 31 ontloollo, ClcrJc. tvho til.sh KootIs eloliv-erc- d, B FOR SALE! A beautiful bulldleg lot on Main Street Stan-lor- d, Ky., opposite tbe Female College; the most desirable location In the city for a handsome res- H. C. RUPLEY, BIEROHAIVT TAILOR. 1 LAND. STOCK AND CROP idence. Apply to JOllX II. CltAlO, Stan-forKy., or II' Jf. CIIAIG, Carlisle, Ken172-- U tucky. hare received and still receiving -- Car load f rceh Salt at T. R, Walton's. Now la the time to buy extra fine Shorthorn bulla cheap of A. M. Felaud. Wanted, 100,000 bushels of Irish potatoes on cars at Stanford, Ey, Address J. A. Ferrell, Shelby City, Ky. Charlie Sandidge Bold two of hia Second Jewell colts for 5125 each. Scott Mc- Ferran bought the Episcopal church here City Herald. for f350.-rJ"nc- tion At Carlisle a livery stable owned by M, V. Boataln'and run by Michael Grimes, was totally destroyed by fire together with seven head of horses belonging to W. F. Buckler and two belonging to Grimes. Farmers take notice those eaclra you have, branded Wearen & Mcnefee, are not yours. Why don't you return them? They boucht and paid for them and want them. " Are you acting honrst to keep them? Lehman Bros, bought from David Jamea 34 head of cattle, average 1,550 lb., at 1 cents; from H, Nutter 25 bead, average 1,650 pounds, at 4 cents; from H. Worley, 38 bead, average 1,050 pounds, at 4 and 4 Lexington Press. cents. At the sale of W. L. Neal in Bourbon 24 head of plainly bred ahorthorna sold at 22 head 600-l- b. an averaee of S37.70. feeders at $2 30 per cwt. 34 head 1,050 lb. feeders at 53 25 per cwt., fat hogs at $3 80 per owt. cows sold at $25 to $45 per head, Lee, Hudson ft Co. sold yesterday to of Scoggan Broa., Louisville, one mules, 14 bands high, age from 4 to 7 years, at Too, wm. Aioreiana boiu mv wethers, averaging iuo pounus, to Air, Shrt'yfl, of Msion, at 2 cents. j Dinville car-loa- d The Champion Horse Shoer! tt: Aa the times are dull and money scarce and as I bare no rent to pay, I will give my customers adrantage of good work at very low prices. I will make great reduction for cub Innrcccs, New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the best in the market, which will be US' kinds pairing or all kind done neatly and in good style. saddle, trotting and harness horses a Shoeing specialty. Painting from S3 to (3, Beaetttng tire for wagon, $3; making new tire and putting on (3. Other work In proportion. Tbanklog my frlsnda lor their kind patronage in the put, I solicit the same in the future. UorttcBhorlng, CanH.SS Cent a or $1 have to Wait Iff JHontha. if I ot produce taken in exchange for work. AH Qotton Up in, Stylo and Make Second to Dono In City or Country. H. Giro Me a Trial. O. RT7PLE1T. lVALTEIt FIELDS, JR., Wall Paper, FOR SALE, Splendid Mill Property! In Stanford, Ky. As Awlgnecs, under a deed ot trust, of R. T. Mattlngly, tbe undenignsd will Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. On Monday, December 0, 1886, (County Court day) In Stanford. Ky., publicly offer for sale the Mill Property, well known aa the Btanford Flour Mill. It lonalita ol about ona arre of ground on which Is erected, besides a large and commodious Elevator, a new 8W alary brick build tng rurnisnea wun an ine macninery ana appara-tu- a necessary to conduct an extensive and profitable butlntat, including a modern and improved pump worked by ateam, lor the purpose of obtaining a supply of water from a never falling source T&e location la about 100 yards from the depot at Btanford, on tba Knoxvilfa Branch o( tbe L. A K. Railroad. Original cost of property S23 000. Correspondence solicited and It terms can be sgreed upon, will sell privately. Title perfect. TiiMS....One-thlr- d caih; balance In equal of 8, 12 and IS months, 6 per cent. Personal security on first deferred Lien retained, f4. F. llWllllI.n, pir-ine- B. K. WKAREN. Stanford. Tne Best UoTOfc SLICKER fasa .VWil Waterproof Coat. -' It I ut 71 '" Jl.V.BAVFIiKY iv .... .J. mtfc Tb FIST! BJUHD BUCK I H If Wavrtwta . tAk w. IVIUUIT. Rl.tPl .am MTrtb.mUrMUl.. .... "" .T B.wu.oIlmlt.tloBi. n I...- ..a 55"7rw,J2? without ii.T.i th 'PUh ..- - s Meat Malta ,1 ,jr.Tt.t-- v 11 . TV. IM.411 'I y I HIMW. IJ5 s eiseo jf M ttsmtaammmmammm - IIMMIMIIMIIMIW -- - - -- - aijjiwiMl wrr nrw m mumwjssm A St LAND AS PlAAnttifr A louwal ALMOST DREAM AS ENCHANTING OF PARADISE. THE HOTELS' LEFT OVER DAINTIES. THE CRANBERRY.. ONE-LEGGE- D GREAT REMORSE KILLER. Tho KciulU or Ills Discover)' A Cranberry Marsh of tho l'rcscnt Djr-Th- rco Kuomlci of tho riant Flooding tho Tines Experiments In 1837. " I it is probably known to but comparatively MPK fow lovers of cranberry sauco that tho cultivation of tho popular little red berry from which it Is mado was begun loss than thirty JjKjrjJjJ N. SID PLATT, LOUISVILLE. years ago, and In this very village of Forkcr to that time tho supply of Illvcr. Frevious cranberries camo from the wild vinos in tho swamps of this stato (Massachusetts) and a few other states, just as tbo huckleberry supply la h of tho obtained. Not mora than quantity that nro now sent to market wore put on salo when John Webb began his experiments in 1857, and tho prico was so high that only peoplo with long pocketbooks could E. H. BURNSIDE, - Tropr enjoy cranberry sauco with their turkoy. John downoustcr, camo to Webb, a Thla Old Ocean county many years ago, and for years Woll - Known managed to mnko a living picking cranberHotol tIU fiTaintaine itx ries and doing other farm work. lie was so High poor that ho know better than to ask for any AND credit in tho neighborhood, as ho could not Thlit powder nWTrln. A marnlol purltj, Xti. i?if0P.retSr '" Pterainad that havo obtained it. Ho finally managed to get More rcononilrsi trcngth sad wliotcsomenoss. 8bRli ba riaoond to no Ooantry mall piece, of low swamp land possession of sola than th oidlnsrr klnJi, nJ can not t Hotel in the State In iti Fare, where tho wdd cranberry grow, and it was tho multitude of loir test .abort comretlton with Appointment!, or Attenvtigtii aiuuior pnoipoAie powatirs. noiJtinir in whilo gathering tho berries from tho stragoani, iioriLUAKiMo roirnxi tion to Comfort of gling vinos in tho fall of 1837 that Webb made 10T, Wall Strfft Nrw Yorlr thoir Gnaatt, tho discovery that In places where sand hail d been washed from tho high ground and JESSE J. THOMPSON, down upon tho peat bottom of tlio cran"ttf-V"'J"'0 'OBfejed to sod from the 1 berry marsh jo vines grow more luxuriantly, to CnramertUlTrstHeri. Th liar will THE TONSORIAL ARTIST. and tho berries on them were larger, of better llw.ra sippll.d nltb tte eholMat flavor, and more plentiful. orsade of Llaiort sua Clisra. Shftrliift and Hair Cutting done In the lWt style. Indira Ld Cblllrvu glten particular atjonr vedd'8 lOs-Itention. John Webb could see no reason why tho treatment of an entire bog in that way would not bo followed with great ro DR. W. B. PENNY, ! suits, and tho next season ho mndo tho DENTIST, pioneer cultivated cranberry bog. Ho pulled Kontuolcy, tuntord, To sr jr pciua nmlttloe u tbo stumps and other foreign substances out of his small swamp, loveled its ieaty bottom, nnd over it spread a covering of sand thrco inches deep, no dug ditches in tho marsh, I We wdlifml the NO LACK Or HOLIDAYS. which divided it into a number of oblong Unlike their neighbors, tho Chinese, tho lsxls. His neighbors thought ho was crazy. J Semi-Veokl- y Japanese tako tlmo from their toil to enjoy Interior Journal Webb was working without precedent, but all this. Their government may hnve been ho was an observing man, and tho result of AcJ the New ycrk u'orld one despotic and arbitrary, but it nover overhis work was that in three years ho had such j jt.r anJ a worked in laboring population. a crop of cranberries on his marsh as had It gavo aisroav of the united states. them more holidays than any people under never lecn seen or heard of before. Tho famo OOie on Laccaiter tre, rcxt door to Ihtb tho sun ever enjoyed. ,They had what was RI0R JOl'RMALC&liO. UtSo Iiours fiooi 6 to 11 i. of John Webb's experiment spread to tho re- - j Kir-retuntil linn I in i..n,....- - .... ... v. and 1 to 5 r. m. ASMtbetlci admlDlitrrol rh.r motest cranberry marsh from Massachusetts Inown as the "Ichl-roku- " days that U, n.11 ' nccruirr. tho days in tho lunar months that were desigto Wisconsin, nnd his namo is now a house- lineJ.LfsMrsMac Imiory In them.Urj.rr Via. nated by one or six. Thus tho 1st, Ctb, lljli, hold word w hcrever cranberriej are grown. W 11. MILUUR. ouo a. cvxtrKSTEu. -- t hiv mi i in irira ICth, 2Ut and 2i5th days of each month wfiro i.i This pioneer cultivator of cranberries is now legal holidays. In addition to theso tho ono of tho wealthiest men in southern New vltbout Dotlre, ' irillll Tho Cnir Sends for Ills Uniform UUCa birthday f tho ruling emperor and empress, When Pnuco William, of Prussia, visited Jersey, if not in tho state, ami nil his money W.V. l. ALTON, hianln.1, Kr Vt'nrk of tlio Manicure. and nlso o. vrral of th greatest of their tho Russian emioror on tho occasion of tho was mado through his discovery of tho effThere is nothing really objecttonnufo in predecessors of t. ruling dynasty, which recent impel inl hunt at Brest Litovsk, tho icacy of sand in soil where cranberries grow. manicuilng w irk, as nothing nttemptod reaches lwck A cranberry marsh of the present day is ai liejon 1 tlh pnviotmn nf nroiilation "i '1,0)0 yean, are holi czar found himself Without Piilfefnn nnlfnrrr. AGENTS hnlthy days, litery tillage n.is noiiuajs m nonoi haudsomen plot of "green things growing" growth nnd careful trimming. Yet smmo and tho consequences was that n messenger patron sniut, and tho saints of tho had to travel nil the way from St. Peters- - ' as tlio eye could well rest upon, but tho rearof its n. ii todies seem terribly afmhl of its bolng known M tviOl l, I.IMOI..N 10 ,K famous temples ami shrines havo festal days. burg by special train to repair the deficiency ing of vines on a now bog to the age of bearthat their naiii are receiving attention and On all of theso tho peoplo, in their holiday ing is nttended with no end of care and toIL Tho czar discovered his loss tho nf ternoon bein as though they thought all their Offlie, South b.J Mi tiirett.ervr tlnl Natloa-a- l dresses', gather nt tho temples and shrines for fore Priiu' William's arrival. Sending word Since tho cultivating of cranberries jogah ' irecp "iUuC'tir-nrUDk. neighliors ICuiiK thanksgiving and to admire tho beauties of to his vnlet to havo a Prussian uniform in there have appeared in this part of Now Jer- ement to cand enongh nlwut tlieir movl'rnn, ItcluJIns vw6f the flnwt wat4.li thmn. Tho uioa diuVult ln(k Karma In Ootral Kenluolr. Ton ltta OhortMt and earth nnd sky. Pilgrimages me a marked readiness for tho monow, the man appeared sey three enemies of the plant that never females to deal with are servants who Qaiokeit Rcnto from Oe want and KwilBef. Tluitvr aoj Mineral UuJ for tral Keutuek7 to all Poinu Korth, feature of tho JajHuieMj life, but they are not to say that by his inierial ma tor's orders nil bothered It in its wild state. Theenron to look hki IhiIhx, ihhI cooks wlio have plcko.1 Mir ob cwhhImIob. ' sharp edged, stiff leaved gr.j called tho by the austerity of the Chris-- 1 uniforms had been left at St. Petcrshunr. characterized Lost, West nnd Sonthwoit. Tor up wealthy nnd it Isdillloult to do lion nffurther urtirulsrauf uroJ for isiall ' o this nctlon and i.rotrlUi fer uk gram, a persistent and hardy tinn mill TnIioliiii.ulnii world. No school Kaet f.lo lU(ww, An nidCHle-caniwas sent for: "A Prus cry much for thew. children, liberated from long study, could lo lan uniform must l here by 7 o'clock to- , bulrush nnd n little insect called Homo ladles consider n pmfewinnal manihappior and gayer than these peoplo us they i morrow morning." It was then 4 o'clock. a web worm. After a marsh or swamp has cure can A CJ. C'Iaa i I dm vci- - HdicnIou tiling tluit quacks go along the shaded highways. Whole neigh-- 1 Tho dispatched two telegrams, been cleared nnd sanded, it Is planted by tak- advertir Thus Parisian iiimoIm timfoss to borhoods turn out their population, leaving ono to tho master of tho imperial ing cuttings or slips from old vines nnd inImj ablo to gmt a fashinnablo 8chdule lu Lfiect Mar Ii. IKt wnrdrolioat rontour to the only enough jieople nt home to care for tho St. Petersburg, and tho other to the railway serting one end of them in the wind on the ugliest no, go sometimes hundreds of authorities, and about 0 o'clock a locomotive pent. The boil Is pushed tightly alout tho . esprewiion to mhiihI tlio chin, to nltir thes households, and of the mouth, and to produce dim-pit'.No , .Nc . miles on what may appropriately bo called set oir sir eOCTH.KOfJMl, from the Russian capital carrying tho sill. of tho mo-- t captnatnig l.uul, and ii.1k-i theso religious picnics. They walls along tho messenger intrusted with rtnsT, sr.coxn and Tiuno yiiars. ,Bi 41H. ' Inui as it appear, my tho required dress. of tlie Louisville & Cranberry vines soon tako root in the shaded avenues, talking, laughing nnd singNashville R, R. Ltb. Cfi'lSglM.... 8 10 aw S ICpwi M Fresh locomotives were in readiness at Dunn-berpoat nnd liogin growing almost at onco. lnt few yam lias v4inwn me that there nro ing. They ret when weary irom walking in t PL. " rslueatb . . and Wilna, and the distance of WW kilo- They spread thousands of A'mrinui ladies who woul.l liki; S p 1UK IIIEAT- rapidly over tho ground.but they tho shade of the great trees by somo clear metres was C'fllMiua... lu IS anilt llpnl I Is p LI trnersed in thirteen hours, a rato havo not lecn reaching out many days before to have thu, and even mora alunl tluin this, Att. I'srli stream or somo bubbling spring. All theso of sevoiity-tbre- o II 2 are he 4eiw , 15 pu. kilometres tcr hour, so that Globe-Iidone for them Mary Cobb in l'ilri(m .. 02 10 I'M I M IT . mj S lOp U the planter finds them great highways are lined with tea bootlis, , the uniform wa3 in readiness for the czar at ctl by tho hardy andsurrounded audcrowdc rat. I'.rl. 11 n hero tea, rice, eggs or cakes can bo had for the rapid UlulO II t, m 4 Jl p Q ( timo fixed. Pall Mall Oazctto. Wlnchetler . IJ WiallMiH 70 iiik grass and its friend nnd coadjutor, the bulin incomparably low price. flijii. Hlchmouil .. 1 50 p m. The Clirok of i Cniol.. 7 IS prr rush. Tho grass and the rushes havo to lx In tho villages, which, are almost continuIueutir , . 5 Vt pin .... , Check is an iudUiensnble quality for a Iti'turn of Damaged Ilonits. i removed root and branch, by means of Man lor I ous along theso roads, theie are numeious 6 oopm Mr. C. A. Cinpp, who is in the book busigouges and peculiar iookiug hoea and other crook, for often when caught, as we say, hotels where these pleasure seeking pilgiluu Lt UlrhmouJ.. J jo p m . "dead to face it out. Somo me tho other Arr. Urra . jet their dusty feet bathed on arrival, a bath ness, showed just In from u day a newly pub- implements. Theso pestiferous weeds have to I timo ng rishts" thy am Theophfltis George saopwi. f How named lished book, a Mflnjitori.. a ii Iloston publisher, Trim bo constantly watched ami uprooted eery before retiring, two meals and a bed for ten or fifteen cents for each person. Forty miles in which by transposition or dropping out of week or so for two seasons, so full does tho was working tlio hotels, and he got into a I room whore n nwiiwas h iiig fully dressed, yo, 3 NoTitd!oo.in b'e, II soil seem to bo impregnated with their germs, east from Yeddo ore tho temples of Nnrrita, a page in the making up of the typo tho enNo i Pullman Palace Sleepers, in situated in a picturesque spur of tho great tire woik was spoiled. Wo fell to talking nnd so rapidly do thoy grow. At tho end of though asleep, hU tho bod. George proceeded to go through jiocketij, nnd as ho was doabout errors of this kind when Mr. Clapp tho second year tho cranberry vines havo central mountain ranee. Tho road leading bv. IJrln.'iUn. 00 a m a rulo tho public does not know or 10 li a in such headwny that they cover tho ing so tho man woko up. "What nro you dothere is ouo long avenue of trees planted feOO said: ing therer h aoked. George looked at him l.ottlm ilie Arr. UlchmoiM II 15 a m', years ago. It runs through green, tortile readily discover such things Not long ago ground nil over tho bog llko an immenso vel linstily, I.re. HeilanTj".. 7 30 am, vety mat of emerald, and havo choked iuu ,... .... ,nnd then hxikcl neain. and nilibini , ,, , . , fields with tho liay of iedlo, dotted with tho American News company hnudled a re.: MoiupltlM, " LsDcutrr 8 11 am' ""' -- oxnuo oxw uimseir. tllnnla, countless white sails on the onohaud, nnd the print of Dickens' 'Pickwick Papers' in which enterprising grass and rushes out of existence. I Arr. HIclnnoD.I.. II 00 am mo" until ho got great mountains on tho other. During half , thcro was inscrt'-- by mlstakonu entire 'signa- - It is tho common estimate that to n ' repenting tho word , Lre. ItlchmoDl .. MoiilKoiuurj', 10 p a 6 OT a io w iii iiia'i iiiiu uui mm iivru)-- n lie (l IOSL Mckleby.' Thls wa3 a eranborry bog to thU wtago cobU the mo year this broad road is lined with parties t? . fr0:u 10 pro1 l.HUe Rih'U, Arr. Wlocbcater,. .12 20 p m 7b 00 an 0,lI' U' copies out of 5100 an aero, and then tho valuo of theowner his bend ho might lme been shot or capArr I'arli of pilgri on their way to or from theso EV" nron- U Mil tured, but his rfiYont ry paralyzed the man. that were sold were oturned to orty Mill be $(W0 an aero. .llolillu uml OrleiuiH. temples. Every mlki or two luu its village. I.re. Islington P iu 7 3S a in i lipu ., bre 1'arla 3 30 p ra 8 10 a mi S 10 "nK mnng the festivities lit tho bcclnnlnz of tho Udrd rear thorrn.,. I iV V I1 of hofels for tho entertainment of those tho news company." These wore chenti pin " ("rnthlans fellor.1 who took a wiebel fiom IW P peoplo. Somo of theso caravansaries accomo- books, nnd the buyers may not havo thought lrry vines blossom, which is tho signal for was tlmtof tLe OdIj oar chioe to rh.!ata In IUi m1 I 17 pra " Kalwetith .. p l in in iii B IS pr, itwoith while to chaso after tho company tho appearanco of the web worm. Ills np- - ' n lndyN kind and mt a littlo htick in place COO guests. date. The number of peoplo visitArrjCiirlHjton 6 00 p in II SOa ml C lip pearanco is entirely unheralded, and the of tho httndlt. She had tho stick in her hand ing theso shrines annually will reavli more for twenty cents, but another consideration l may navo liecn nt the bottom of tho small owner of n cranberry marsh may go to bed ' when cho went to nj"ii tho for rar th.w 1W,00i). In tho spring, when the rico utrtfvu.i.n ui a has boon planted, the national ri-- e festival Iercentage of the damaged books returned. at night without having lieeii ablo to seo a fare, lait could not toll at what time tins el dWn;i-nrDstoetlvo Hrownins in takes place. This festival continues for six The averngo American reader jumps through sign of a wib worm on his vinos, and get up ' snchel OIoIa; Dciuoirat. days. The people go out into tho JKlds, into a book, instead of leading it, and it Is no next morning to see the marsh look as if it were 1 "KiT JT, Sttku,, boui'S en fe ilr.o of tbit roul lil reeelir the volleys, or on to tho terraced hill and doubt true that many of tho purchasers of covered with miniature banks of fog. mid tho rwrisi rtiM lliy Hi. u.. ' Writing "Tim Ilin!er,selicil)Jmii.,(cr." ou.. Te' Asentiortbn iijiiipuiy lor rates, reutM I.T mountain sides to the shrines ot the patron this edition of 'Pick wiik Pairs' glanced has- tops or the Mnos drawn together to tightly ' tily tbiough tlio pages from "Nicholas Nick that a twine tid around thorn could hardlv Edward EgKlniton hrul no thought of writ- Ac ,nr r (XlTltutMI. saint of agriculture, and there give thanks I 00 pn 0 I rjlOUK, O I'. AT. A , "' 7 rts'a1 t i p Li make, them any cloeer. Tho little banks of ing stones which would Ijo accepted as thoso for this sun and rain that have given such ilby"' without discovering the difference. Loulaillle, Kj " fVrta I 18 lot O tO Ii H fog ore the web of the dreaded worm that of n distinct Anieth-aschool, and which promise of an abundant hnivtnt. At night New York Tribune. ArrMlltarsbMrs'...", U pi hive been coUhtmctod during tho night, and would carry his name beyond the Atlantic vvery town U brilliantly ILjhUxl, nnd rejoic(rll.le 01 a w 111 p Ul " Jelibwi KiiSllMi Army OCli-i'iing with music and dancing is heard till long they nro what pull tho tops of tho vines to- Ho had Ixi-- a prenchr nnd consul to prmch; H ml 8 fi ti in I MAGAZINE To no one can the result of the lecent MrTljj lie had come to Now York- - from tho mio the night. JjOJM a iu gether. Tlio vines begin to turn yellow "IM for t'.u stutf college have proved n day or so, and tho blossoms drop oif. inn and settled down to journalism, lleingwct ' FLOWUR FESTIVALS. Publlshod Monthly Tho the PHo. ai .No. Al Tlui spring aiul summer bring tho flower ijreuter dini-jintnient than to Led WoUo-le- worm ofu-- ruins big after bog, but fcome- -t editor cf Hearth and Home, ono of it D y festivals, when city and Ullage streets for TaUii all round, the list is about tho linear, ill coiiflno hi magosto ono or two btoryuifbrs WITH II.MLS S'li 11 IO.VS. hull. i'lntir I z. mo fulled to forward manuBides are filled with tho most benutitul llonil worst that ever ww tho light. And hie ilsyitllip... exhibitions and ciow ds lit admiiln jieople. Woleoley, lii:o many othnj, had prided ImiI inn tieiihr marshes in a noighboi hood. When script, and n certain amount of (qitice lu tho JMi ui .Hy m n'lt Mt . 1,1 " lomiv h ., himnman discovers the wob worm in hi cran- weekly needed to Lo Tilled with oiighml fic- FIRST NUMBER READY DEO. 15m. J7 u 1 here U no more beautiful sight than one of ' " self that tho ofilocrsof the reformod nnny berry bog be does not make very large calcua iu i tion. Wbie was it f Le pro uuiW Nobody I theso lung, wide streets lighted nt night and " Mlilvnburc 7 16 a i "J P ir wore more keen and intelligent than tliosoof lations on profits that year. could tell. At the la-- t hour tho oditc r was (RIllliKH'S 2IAU1INK rill Ii In til wl.lc.t Arr IVwtr . ..... . filled wiui flowers. Thi love of the beautiful 10ft Ul a i ii p in Uus lod the Japanese to forego the grosssr bygono times. We could not have a letter " IixlQgton. In tho early duys of cranben-- culture tho obliged to fill the gap with n taK founded euiien luassiiriuiil llirjlur , au.l k in nuibUsr to, n iu p U will helully lllustrato-l- . 0lrjjUHi pleasures of eatmjr the fm.t t th- - cherry test than the competition for tho sUir college growers were puzzled to find somo way to on UU cxjwicni-i- s In Indiana when nn II SO a ui Ii DO p li) itin Komeoi toe luoit notaUii iihm to spnar ilur tre in order that they may enjoy tho beauty and tho latest returns sIiowb that out of tho protect the vines from tho f orant MetlwlM. Ho (Inislnd it in n few riK the first Jfur are ttiln ot t'npulhililie.1 U't. rot and the Mid fragiauiv of the d.wiy bl'om. Thtre or Torjr uruftt Miitolilui;raplilcal uhole of tho cavalry and infantry ot tin. lino weather from November until Mnv. nrd numbers and was amazed tosw that he had tirsol lURTk-oniKotk -- Tralm a au.t I are ilally, lvri n Wli. flow ered cherry only irolarc givveof thod ub!e T.ihic; i:, II Wa.lil.urna'i ii.ml.il,. thlrl'.'en ofllecM (junlilUtl to enter tho tho only entirely succowful plan was tho ono (.truck out n ot.,r tilri .?".a tWrt-wt- l; C!'"5lJ path, and that all rneiiof theSlfgo nnl Communuor I'.irli; (lllmp trees in nil paits of the country, which grow-tT.rf.,"",-..',",,u"- y enormous size. Tho How or Is as largo 03 a college. In tho old days it often hapiiieil now in universal use the submerging of the tho .sulrotilxrH "'ere crying for moro. Tho east the Dlnrlrsof (loiirrrnpiir llnrrli, Ml'lilcr ?'!iV",,,ri1 ,,J,,a Ht """heiler thoiloienf JPeaVe rce, mid whui In full bloom thetogiovosaio that large numbers qualified, but could i.ot vines under live or six feot of water from tho lilt hatlcomefioin thu wunt of copy purely. lo I'rsnre at ot nodal the last century (ijItIuc lor Ml feierllui AnUIttn'l atuiKUiD, Char estoii, W. Va., .t.l Lster u i. iirvel of beauty, and are isited by thou-saii- d obtain entrance owing to u lack of vaean. ies. first of November. The water h drawn oif Honor aivl famo had actually len thrust ilCKiljillorn(ollrctlon llli and charncU.ri ut tho tit. thnoh a ol coDltmHirry Ies. Idlers of people, w ho spend tho whole day in Now, however, such is the apparent indiffer- about tho middle of filay, and the lnos Irly lie York sud olr L'D;UtiJ So. coiuo ujwn him. Chicago Nows. theso How try avenue. Tho chrysanthemum ence of tho younger members of tho ptcfes-sio- n to view as green nnd fresh as ilety. a pasture in gardens to be found in all towns nnd villages There is mucH fiction, Including that flvo men had this year to be ta'ten June. Forked Uivcr (N. J.) Cor. Now Yoik I'lliato 1'aI.iroH In ;hlr:iBii. are points of great attraction wrUI by Harold Krilnrle; stnrloH rxIcnaiiiK in theo uro In who bad ni qualified, becalms otliei u iso Sun. Thoro are now more really iiiagniricent llirnuh toreral inimbvrs br II. to lw seui eveiy variety of tliut (lower, every llnnn.ir I h ""U P1CLMC ." "." ' homed in n nidius of a quarter of n inilo from ol Dale, ami ttliiT; nnd short alorin tr U, l ilvstlnatlon reacbtd by . railroad, thirkrwl tn IMI slmd'J of color and almost every size of bios- - there would not bo n suOldent number of An Unruly infant. Mocmoii, Joel Coanillor Harris, T A. Janlrcr, students. London World. thoso ruins iSol. Sturgcs' old hou SOUL call ou but sgent ol fie than Mm Jewell, Octaro TUanot, U. H. llatseo., Mt com pa ii An Englishman, Kir James Nurscy, was there nro anywhoro on equal territory In this Tho bummer sees streams of people, tho viw.u1 .uu n uus i ui ui'ilts D.A.KEGl.KY, walking lecently in tho park of La Uranja, country. Thero Ij no such Tho Calcium Light Doiuned. poor 03 w ell 03 tho rich, going to gaze at apclal papers (Jen.l'SM. Agent, rollrtion of Iy KolaihleA. Wjlker'son to bepubllihcl vrryear-- I' Tniy. IMm. t. Pujiama, tho pearl of mountains, ao perTho calcium light, ulilch hun done bo much near Madrid, w hen ho sat down on a tench lieautiful and costly houses iu Now aoFlilimii' l)r n'iiii.n. York, for H.i are Ward's on llabr Ionian Ctlliiildr.. M. ioh yea son is bo poor uml no distance so gteat but for stuge representations in tho past, h to rest. Presently a handsomely attired thcro, with tho exception of tho dozen or C. Hopes' ou tho 1'orlralts ol Cenr; Csnlsln what bivoml pilgrimages are mado in a (knernl Ullioei, CoTlngtoii, Ky. Vs tho old gaslight hai been supernurse carrying an infant camo nnd seated mote palnrw of tho Vanderbllt's, doomed. (reens's on Const Dcfrnte, etc , etc. to this icueratcd mountain. In tho seded by tho olet.tric light, so alyi must tho herself near hiin. Tho child tit onco fixed Imow nnd Gould, all tho rich men Vlllanl, MiOlZINK publUheJ at autumn, when the golden ike and "wheat, Iho in a CCUIIINKK'S cents a copy, will botriptlons may ti year, or 2 Huh Ui and tlio brown millet havo been gathoied, lime light give way before it. Every known its eyes on tho bright silver knob of tho brown htono Lousch that aro tho conventional sent to any newsdealer or bookseller, or to tho harvest lustivul is held in e er part of bhado in stugo lighting can now bo pi educed stick tho Englishman was carrying nnd thirty feet fiont, flvu storlei high, and nro all VltAlll.I'.S NClilJIXnit'H HOXH, I'm tho country. There in tho grots, on sott by electricity. Wo can get a warm yellow stretched out its urnis for it. Tho stranger of that bandbox stylo familiar to 713 acd 71, llroaJway Nw Vork. giv ,i taipeU p:nd by nature, under tho glow, a deep canary shade, n white light, a abandoned thocoeted object to tho child to Thcro k onoavemie in Cleveland andGotham. Lliliins, onothor full Inn est mcon, they iimh met ry, night pale blue clfict, a weird grcenLh tint, or a play with, but when a quarter of nn hour in Now Haven ENGLISH.' whero thero are elegant The Orlxitinl iiikI only Ocniiln,. alter night, with song nnd dance, At thew bright and effulgent red light, to say nothing later ho wanted to rcsumo his walk tho in- homes of beautiful architecture; but oven hat wst tostlvals all classes, liom piiuce to fnMl.i,V:Wli,n1Jn,,'',,l,rr,hl,-'''l''''n'fant refusal to give up tho stick, nnd KiielJd nnd Hillhouso avenue do not illuminapeasant, rejoice over the ample winter's of u soft, continuous contain Chemi'try and other sciences screamed with rago when tho nurso attempted any such number of rich housej as aro within uU" ' i'V!C!iJ,,i L' uoio. it is not only in this intenso worship ting flanio PAPER. 'hl(ihMiM.(i..!ji..r.l,..?a"' vu uii.u ii j ruin uiui. mo gentleman was a stono' throw of old Sol. Sturgos "Folly," of nature that the beauty of thoir country have also contributed much toward realism UUlhlUaH.,uuLiXir.'l.- obliged to loavo without his cano, but gavo on tho noith side of Chicago. Kolil by llriitfirM. rirrjulHrc. has molded and iulluuncod their natural char- on the stage. Now York Mall and Express. i.i.'i... a i r,. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Chicago JInIL ler's Kugll.b- - iiuiijrujiu his card to tho nurso to return it. In tho in their domestic interacter. It i3 i'fc TkomIi pocourse. In all tho conventionalities of evening a domestic from tho court brought tot sale by Dr. M L. BUUIiNE, bluuford. Not Likely to Sull'er. And the l.oulnrille California' Ulg Trees Going. ll to lito lhy are far in ndvunce of any ieople Thero is n railllonniro in touu wlio has ii tho stick back to Sir James Nursey, with n Tho "big treqf." of California will soon bo In thu Occident. This refined politeness great reputation for meanness. Recently ho letter from Queen Maria Christina thnnking extinct. Seventeen lumber Courier-Journ- al ovory grade of society. It U Ju?t as companies, own-in- g Weekly from U.000 to 26,000 acres of redwood aoliccahlo among tho lower as in tho higher wai interested in somo of tho failures and him for tho pleasure ho had caused her son. JS'fMltllyreeo'BBHiul Sir James had mado the acquaintance of tho forests each, aro waging 1)1 H tlasses. To be rude in word or act is to be- - made some sweeping loisus. ai Dirt t lemtlr the war of extermore tnau tbo price oft known to u f.i rr..ln future king of Spain. Gnlignanl. u0h, It's awful! I'm ruined, quito ruined!" eomo u social outcast. Tho iworcst workers tt mination with all the weaixms known to tho an I l.lttt, rl TO S DlTH1 iuntrsalwil sti (i ha said to a fellow sulfercr. hen tooy meet, itreet each other as jolltcly Ws liana old centlltr. modern logRing camp. The demand for tbo pass the comnlimuntsof the (lav ai freer airiftui. sblf.anlln ererif cut I: nd "I am sorry, but, after all, tbero'd ono great fly The rgotlst. (ur one rear wood U unlimited, nnd ull the mills are kept your rsyln; us SI you will uuelircatiiiilicilcn. and feelingly an do tliow of higher stations. thing in jour favor." borne paper l, art oi if th, lth tbo When you hear u man continually tiilkir.g nt work to tho limit of thoir the Alcolt A LltL, capacity. Tho repri'fenw'.lTH newspaper of thedoiiili, democratWhilo tho vocubulary of compliments and Itmi Clealal h. "What is that? I can't see it" about hhipself you an makeup your mind forcilj uio largo, but tho forces employed ic nud for a tarla for rerenue only, and tbe beat Ueshlngs is n long one thero aro no words for lludim. .V. Y. Cincinnati,! "You uou't need to chango your raodo of that hb In aiti U t L, .. uiotigh to grasp ngauut them uio swift and irresistible. MU. brighten nnd a blent tiiully Meekly In tbe Uulted curno in their holo language. Cor. Baa Ohio. "latis, Tboo who deilre to examine a aaiaple life nt all." S n FruncUco Chronicle. any ouu lo fa ti -- N w i u, n News. SollljrDrujjIiti. !,!i..i llei.ui.ih'nii l'raucLco Chrouiclo. n iopy of tho do so at thla oftir. r.L. i.oo. ChnrActfrlntfrfl of tho .Tnnnfiesii Teople-- A Country of Many Holidays. Tlio Poor Never Overworked Flower rest It als Sucrotl Mountain. Living in such scones of enchantment, those pcoplo nro as light of heart and sunny in dis position as children, and so polite and pleasure loving as to excite, tho admiration of oven their French and Italian visitors. Thoro is no dwoUing so humble but it has a spot for trees and flowers. The rich have gardens In which are faithful reproductions in miniature of their varied landscapes, hidden in trees and flowering shrubbery. Every farmer's plot of land is beautiful and adorned. Tho gold of tho ripened rice and wheat is contrasted against a background of green foliago. Whatever name may bo given to the religion of that people, and whatever creeds and doctrines may linvo been engrafted upon their beliefs, tho main feature of their worship is an intense lore, amounting almost to an adoration, of nature. This appears in their whole life. Thoy have built their temples on tho sides of tho great mountain;, embowered them in ovei hanging grove, and surrounded thm with everything of flowering shrub. Tho sites of these command beautiful views of the surrounding country, and usually are near fountains and waterfalls. Tho village shrines nro located in the m M charming spot of tho neighborhood, and uo labor is spared to adorn and beautify therj. Tho highways nro boraerea by rows or trees planted centuries ago, wheo branches form an evergreen arch over tho head of the traveler. Tho road to Nikko, w here tho temples and tombs of tho tycoons uro situated, has a grand nvcnuo of giant firs. For sixty miles one may rido in the shade of theso wido branching trees. From Yokohama south of Kioto, the old Capital, 400 miles, tho rood is one continuously shaded avenue, winding along the ocean shore, around narrow bays and Inlets and over high hilN and mountain sides. er one-tent- During an early ramblo among tho uptown a reporter happened tohavo his attention nttractcd ly ft motley crowd of women and children with baskots on their arms and buckets in their hands standing at the Bido entrance lsadlng Into tbo scullerlra of n prom Incnt hotel in tho neighborhood of Madison square, and waiting patiently for the door to open. Fresently a man in whlto apron and cap allowed tho crowd to fllo in, and after a litUo while they camo out again with their boskots tilled with all manner of victuali jumbled togothor in confusion. "Thcro are a great many peoplo who Ri their provender at tho back doors of the principal hotels," was tho reply of the hotel steward in answer to a query from tho about tho meaning of tho scene. "If you go to any of tho hotels, say about 8 o'clock in tho morning, you will sea a Httlo group of people with baskots on thoir arms waiting for broken viotuals. Stewards generally charge twenty cents a basket for this sort of food, which otherwiso would go into the garbage barrel. Of course, fastidious people might turn up their noses at this sort of food, but it is mighty good eating." Fully one-haof tho guests who sit down at tho dinner table in a fashionable hotel or restaurant do not cat all they order. The bill of faro may look so inviting that thoy will call for n great variety of dishes. When they nro served they may tako a nibble at this ana n bite at that, but that is all. Then as tho tabled nro cleared all of theso good remnants are saved for tho purposo stated. Another hotel steward who was spoken tt on this subject assured tho reporter that Lo had anion:: his customers somo neonlo who are by no means In needy circumstances, and yet they send somo of tho family regularly around for broken ictual. Theso pcoplo might bo very properly called impecunious epicures, for they want all of tho good things of the table, but unfortunately ojo not ablo to pay for them first hand. There U a discrimination in tho matter of broken victuals, too. Tho choicest bits from tho table In tho way of menu, pastry, pica and such fruit as may have boon handled nro collected together, and they bring higher prices thnn tlio damaged sort of edibles. Besides disposing of tho stuff for a money consideration a deal of good is dono in a quiet way. Scarcely a day passes but what two of tho "Little Sisters of tho Poor" call in their wagon at tho different hotels for broken victuals, which are given to them without charge, and they distributo them among needy families. Now York Journal. hotels lf Iloir Impecunious Epicures Securo Cholco THE EdiblesCold Victuals. CLEVER WHO FIHST YANKEE CULTIVATED IT. one-legg- enr-rie- Ono-lcgge- d J J Two or Three Very Interesting I'acts Con corning tlio Morplilno Ilahlt. A year or two ago I was led Into the Investigation of this vico among tho professional women, and camo across two or thrco interesting facts that I havo not soon mentioned by tho medical men who havo written on the uso of tho drug. I found that in most cases tlio habit had been contracted, not as usually stated, in tho desire to cwapo physical pain, but in tho endeavor lo avoid mental troubles. Morphine, llko oplnm, its grosser parent, is a great remorse killer. It is a temporary Lethe. As n rule, women will stand physical pain with moVo patience thau a man. But thoy cannot stand cotnpnnctkm at conscJcnco and the desolation of wrongdoing so well. You very often hear of men committing suicldo to caenpo tho anguish of disease. You teldom, if over, hoar of womeu. Tho unfortunates who rdungo into tho river nro haunted by another form of terror. Thoy A want to get away from themselve. woman told mo that sho was never alouo except when under tho Influenco of morphine Tho physical effect of tho drug is primarily to deaden tho volition. It nrpcare to removo for a while that awful ghost of consciousness that Is looking over our shoulders. There are several women In tlio dramatic o profession who havo been led into tho habit by tho mere force of symiyithi'tio So imitation. They heard that Miss took morphine, and so they took it also. This is n pha'o of Imbecility that, I am glad to say, is rare. Not tho len'-- t interesting of tho numerous results in character is tho converting of tho subject into an unconscious Invctorato nnd persistent liar. A morphino girl will look you in tho eyes whilo under tho influenco of tho drug, and swear by tho most sacred things that sho has given up its uw. It is nuito comprehensible to say that sho will wreck a train with her dearest friends on board to get tho morphine' when tho nppo-- I tito assails her. Rut it is difllcult to understand that sho will go out of her way to Invent tho moht meaningless falsehoods, in-- . genlously framed, but purjxfccKyvj except for dtveptlou. Something of that same trait is tliown in the fasting gitls. There are somo symptoms that nlny.s bo-- , tniy tho mot phlno girl to tho practised eye, Sho will not look you squarely in tho fuco except when sho Ls lying. Her lids droop, a fatal evidence of tho lews of volition. Sho U clammy, inconsecutive and dreamy Tho Hrst break is in her logic, generally a weaksot with a woman. She draws the most nlisurd coiicitisiuis, ami then insUts that it is you who have mado the deduction. Nylu Criuklj in Courier-Journainor-phinSo-an- d l. 4KII MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY, and Reputation, .' m POWDER Absolutely Pure. i, J m A BigOffer n 1151-lyr- .l - Miller & Carpontor, 'i; M tbi-oi- . i , REAL r STATE cofnuL Illu-(lr- ii -- three-squar- Jirl. IW-V- o p I L.&N. -- Ia.TIOTO. ,f.. u gon-ero- . THUOUOirrKUSKLlNh three-corner- 1 SOUTH & WEST I (. ! ni-r- 'Ms -- fr "". . " ... 1 ! bout-1.O0- .Mf 111 t'i ' sac-hp- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS j &:. NOkTM-DoffX- - cf. SCRBVER'S lion' . y. bouTw-UonN- li 1 ! 1 ta o liU-nir- STi. czti-lleri- "" -- BW .. An-n- llfo-M::- io raBOfiLPSLLS - g A Orjcial 1iiiKiiitlon -- '"' per-Tad- rec-Ir- Courier-Journa- u-.- Couriri-JourriAlcs-