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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886112601 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. 2 ' ? X & Veekln LINCOLN COUNTY Calf for State Convention. mtefinl ( mtfna MULES. l7J-li- a' v Vpk. XIV. J:u-lB.tfklsl)ilti-iirEi- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1886. CRAB OftCHARB, NO. 180. II. K. TAT LOR, Or LOGAN COUXrY.LaCsndMate or the office ofSaperlnundrnt of Public Initructtoa, subjsat to th. Democratic SUteConreat Ion. OANtlLLE. BOYLE C0UN1Y. Mr. 1 nj( 1L Thurmond Mid ami week the delUf red latt central and executive ooataltteet.for tp F. W. D.IIloo 10d btrtel of corn fitttatUntoe u at $1,50 per barrel. rrXWe wm prayer neetlng at the Bap Tbe poal ftooo wbteh tbteateoed us has b.n timely averted b recant deliver W. P. WALTON. lei an'it w,are now prepired to give ''Old !U Wiajft(",a wfkiip reefpttod. ictir regular correspondent, MI d'an$ereut Crank Mtgtflo Ibrrt, har gone to the country to A great deal Wbt,n wilimi about Heu vifit herannt, Mr. V. M. HisIm, and ry George's laiuL proposition, bjt lUcemi bt rcq trilled me to rejurt frpm C O. to be untleratocd by very few pcoylei Jljt ibtence. , denltMihs ilht of property In latjdeanj Xh fof rcoialntug oouvert who pro- xe1iilva tnmllr-i- i cl te'ltv, nut pr.'p-KATE li ViiDKUA It. fe ed during tbo recent mtetiogi at the property Is iH of April, 16S7, in such ranncr as the counlaw wrre on tho Bide of moderate ball, to becstis that pcti Biptint cburch, werebjptfs'dat tbePirlcg4 ty cimmllleein ech county may prescribe. an outsider another objection to Judge Storc-lCooi- u uifnt f neilr jn ,lh c pond lift Sandny tf.ernooD by tbo pallor, tlerrlsbt to bold lend, the But if for any caute a county cotnmhUe Morrow's deota.on sesmi (9 be that ll will that ttoine has Ujr.CjC. Omu, MT VERNON, KY. j, IK STANFORD should fail lu take action looking lo the give county attorneys throughout tho State structure tlmreontj. vrpps o'i ll sua c r Mr Him Ward and fatnilT came down The Hsydea tbe test In Slsnfotd, cr the mineral "ai'th btiQiMh i, any eie, (romllinston TurJay, and will in the selection of delegate, thoy shall bj cbceon a pretext to indst upon high ball at all ex This old and Hotel Is still mainIn location ant arrangement. Applr to than 1m ha the- - ritflu Uj'oatl lilsownlhc future mike their Lomo with Mr. IUcc by n mais meeting of (be democracy, to bs aminlng triuls beforo Inexperienced magis taining Its fine reputation. Charges roaionable. IF. G. WELCH, Special attention to tbe traretlng public. held at the court houe of said countT nr irate and will result fn many a man re air It breaths or tbe snow or rain lhai laus , Ward, who has rented fctanford, Ky. tho Guut farm for 31. 1. SE 1 ICO . K, l'ro'r, Uiat lamle and their counties, at 1 o'clock r. M. on eald 8tur maining lujtil because of bis inability to Mr (!'r;i ccnitnd m Alt. Vernon, 7. h(r the cooilng yeat Wc.clidlj we'come.thcm day, April 231, 18S7. ProvldoJ, that, as give a bond placed biyoad his reach. In 111 iucfaoirnta are a c tninon I tiidrn with lhelrprctjr' daughter, Ml a Alice, in of Louisville, it shall be the the meantime Mr. Henderson remain in the ilki't to.ioieVt to the city lla.elia,t notimihaa t3 our,rutdt. duty of each Legislative district to selects Jail. In mo'iber earth Iho pncifda of liL toil; The marrifo of Mrs T A Grehm, Oor posteffice was closed yesterday save WUOLn3ALE i.lato within the talddUtrict, to hold said that tl.ii vileel.tirslni can t own the aril broujht to of tbbt'pl iw, lo Mr. Andspon, en acc.uot mstting, and they shnll bj hold at 3 or nu hour after 10 snd 2o'olcck. Ojbr fHd U ol tilled, fettllx-- I eto . ui iwuc, The Photographer, postcffitci throughout ths country wero in bttue of ihlclj ipptari-- G iu jour. maiti'd, wxr c'olock 1 M. a Mfcio ot'ff.fi ble trublmj !2 Weit Swan Street, at re Uhoy Mm. it niUtaie ftls India the same fix, and all cf them were closed in mint r otn licit " Uifi What Crover ana Frankie Saw, a now ro'rteJ, but we don't tee why idietooulil cot pursuance of regulations eminating from BUFFALO, K. Y. t y ha dcvrliped lUl l I i" be, for t i a tnoit cctimabls liuly, and He was from out of town, a good looking the department at WohIogton. This thing itt f Old clven ras'erlal wHeh rrea I Hlgheitcash pries paid fjr White Alb, Black the love of 'the noblnt ''lord man, and slightly bald. HI wife wsb re ir getting to ba a auisacce. 7ery time a 4b.. Altfiij(nty placnl it thn rttspoMtion oi Aid, Bed Dlrob, Cherry, Poplar, Uimernut, ol creation." fined lo fact and nunner. They entered prominent psraou connected in any way IV' r Cboitnut, Oak, Maple, Ulckory, Walnut, Quir-tere- d Made mankind to eubdus and profii br. White and Hed Oik and Sycaaore. In honor of Xbp newly maSrled pair, D-- . Rinlerlanl's cVtnrcS In Wathlnjton with tho army or navy, or any branch of Cieotf" rwofolsss no di't.Ecllcni.l'ftweeu SIAE, , chart and.ni'e, au oeaiit rr last Sunday, and took a sent next in front boiitbern Acent, and 5tbe ureal city Mr' J 0 III! the uovdromeut, cl.ui1! the golden tiuir, or tret primeval forest W- fctsuforJ, Sj. piit wis rprcad, at Jthe ruideoo o'thc of the pew devoted to the religious medi-tatie- every time the 22 of February, CbrUtmns built upon,(ho la .d.ijtjfrtijLe .virgin wood Only s. of Ojr Chief Mtglstrato and his ilACK BltUCE'3 be groim's uiotber, on Friday last New YoirorThnnksgivlngday rolls round, frcrgiew. Fiotnallof wHch ll "III few intimate friends ware Invited: Toe universally young wife. He did ctmrvI that Mr. Oeorte Is en lmpiaclical orcan.m wat oro of fctlte crjijcienl, and no come to respectedIVrtldent, bV. from a up go the shutters ol every little country Buggy Implement House. HEWFOM NEWS I MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, a?o the poalcflioe tWout the length and breadth critk if the first order. Iheoria .it-d- a patiltiiMut' unite in wikliing Mr ad.Mr THE pure desire to heir a very able aermori In , ol this glorious Uaiou, joit ai though what tO;tiboM.ratf'r 11.. lon life and mtnh bepplno. I bare now defet.se of the bible, f.nl it la mid thnl his a pji'.offiM doji or do-J- t not would udd solWALltUtn Cft 'Movmo TuaiKb - Very ill T1.0 tuotto of our llMle ct'.' it intentions were ojvered with emnity to anylhiog. AuJ iho psople cim A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and ruilrja., '. owsjdf and upxard " That tilerpr'IK 11111 ctable t waikon a . p'e know h' ft si biiirgeSngrlu produced by tho following aud look in and ee their mail matter and othor Agricultural Implomonts, Mrr, young ui'cb.n'c, Mr Angutt Koder, in untoward clrcumttances: ti Hi in ui lion wt'liOMt loraiitng KenlucIcj'H Itoule Ease cin't ut it, and indulge in horrid profani Besllci a U f 'toil r"rd 'rin a contewrwI im, oii;jii'.ciion nilli hi hat purohai-tljnrrt- ne At th uote ol the orin piled sound on ty and other onversathn calculate J to roa Line ol Buggies and Wagons Washinglon, Philadolphla and bd pit Id o'prratluu nu r.nrth sound, which died awav In rapturous har r.tr ii'V", .taan ge't.'ujj rsiroii fur wearing a lily Full lessen their chance I nod put lln.-fwit'n-- t msHiMiffam miff street, near hi bUck'm'th shop, tnony, a eo'emo silenca reigned for a Now York. il white rob-- ; all of which iuclipta ua to ibe Always on hacd. In conmtlon with uy ImI Tbo only line running r.oH rK'ior 1.5 n mptni grist mill acd snmunce that be in plement tulne, I will alio cMry t tlcstrancer aro.e lo lake off his ooucliuion thai pjslufiictM ate becoming ' A Hleht an ifce brll rendr to make meal par fxeelleoc Ca'-t6- w ovsioit. Rings around, he was the only in . Itunlolak '.. I'ULLUAX NEW SLtEL'IXU CAIW Coiuplcto Slock of Lumber, little lou d -- 11 teciulcal" i make the Ini'cp Lelp irj, t nd, AUD grinding done oa fjtlurdays, solitsry thing in unlioo, and all eyes In the Charles Heolareon, tha alleged oonG. Both roujh and dreued. Price, on everything ai entua titc liHunlirpmiiS.-inhf- i Mm. IbbHu liai b en quite sick jr rear and on etch side reeled on him, comSOLID Judge Mor wa brjaht before JBOJJ I'cU r tvry jump n! at t nrum-mran- several weskf. Mr. C C Carson, Mrs bined with the clo'e focu glance of the dence man, Loir uh uiiy oue. row Wednesday eveoing on a writ of hab d , Loaisvillo, Oincinnati &, Lexington, Et, up t' c .teck." kep bit k l.u-Msry Illefcf, Mrs &trab Welch tr.d Miw presidential party. I solicit mbaroof your patronage. Iteipectfally, eaua oo'pu, the objuol being to oblain a reto Washington Oitj, wlw rid- - olicn, Ihmu thi Cyntbin Csreon are atfondin thr- - bsdsida of Grabb'u? ths Up tit with biih bands, be duction of the b il, 4 000, fixad by the ex 112-- 1 rr . 31. BltCCE. Connecting In the tame depot with of tbn. k&v.k and do ool mike a abow His whois Kve a nervous pull, and, alsca! iltcU their 'a'bi'r, Mr. Kinsjrn Fast Trains for Now York. atninhu court Hio honor beard Iho argu traio, bat vutA koIks luraBih a Tae ptpttr Miwes Dnirsthau Prlnci Albirt, unbutlonod, stripped cil menls .md a nriMon nureecueiH as to what vtry The Direct r.outo to TUB kill for a man bem Lynchburg, Daarllle, Norfolk and all Virginia il nqilro ooiwMerAbiM vi.iiint: in Lancaster we thouchl whh ill top coA't and thuro he stood in bis witntj'ifS would flUie if preasot, und atS r and North Carolina Points. ,0 ,rllT to bU train r? ',..i togsr in a strange church M. rendered a deci,In declin'ng to Inter- 1 Iltirr looked dreamy fir rometbiag. Mr. itun fcleevei. Tor tickets and further information, apply to rttnnlot; at tb n' of thirty Frsnl: Fox, of Dsnville, w your neareat ticket office or ad J rets W. W. Moniu the centre ot creatrtn here scaln Hinid strange fucss, almo'l irre To deoision wat prooounce.l by roe, General Agent, Lexington, iy. vfitbi ir PROM tVHK!,CK ro iW iu 14 nub uro'er He ooium quite frequently-wond- er a crowded audience, and within touching some to be "just eictly right;" otheri Saadrj . W. FULLER. or tMbbnv No Traveler Itoturus rjlck ! XV 2d. WICICIIA3I, etubtc m tn. iwmcm Vies l'ictldent. Gen'l Vui'i Ag't. wrj(?) Mrs. Kate Htys' echool at dLi'jace of the Pretldent of the United thought it j 1st cxtcil wrorg," or enough Cut CMI LouIit lie, Kr. the a the ar". WJpdtj States and hit entire fimlly. reputawaui' c'spl clofed In thna tlzht tlaiea each bumr Imnl.l rnnmli o not (o incaaio Judgo Morrow's his own Is visit It eteinrd M though tho Holy Bible on tion as a lawyer. Tne charge Is grond lar chant tOcInterest,. W'by abonld you eItb one mer ifnlt firs. Willie Higglns, of for an nttlclo when you can buy tbe pp.l.,lifUiiillnB")t Fi.f.t aine tning from another lor eoc. To do this Is Ing Mrs. W. M. Higglns. Mist Ellen the pulpil ultored a smothered groan ol ceny and an extmlnio,; juitics woo i3 not a f t.m r.cent ltotioat, had It ben a to yourseiror family. juitice n . from Livingston. Mrs. pity, sni tho pswa fairly ebuddercd with a lawyer fixed the bill at $4 000, after an In tha nln. !.. I.I i...ii .a . a deitltlyeir, put VirInl'n twuire cltcto Ward has rcturtltd Poor goad, aro dear at any price. NoPcirin and daughlfr, Mim Bettle, are coadoling thud. It waa itfl awful moment pe'i articles. this more so than In Medicines. Yo u Conoert Grand, bad been vvtlyeJ. Io the where la ril o diwo a. republics Tnl I of Mr. Harrison Tnurmond. Tom for that poor man, and it siemed an cternl as well pay Parlor Grand, lionir'saffiUvlt, avblo'i wit pirl of lit) mightmedicines. 53c an ouice lor saw dust as fo day li fir off w'titi tb' a tl to l gues's T in ty to bis good wife. She kner that the record, hastntei t)at h bal little or no Inert H .ipe r, nf Paint Lick, was here TutsJay Baby Grand, dem-Oc- rt. i:oumebai)uitrocelredblt large stock 0! Medfor any other Han a yjte can be President never made such a spectacle, and property; that Ihe bond wat exhorb.tant icines of alt kind. Every article freeh from tbe Dpright Grand, eleo Ioce, with three Wotir.u manufacturers. Ho now has the nicest and cheapA feir yeu PoctfCT Atlas or inittresa of the and whal would tho youa Ac, Square Grand. tbat he waa totally unable to give It. en selection of fancy good,, anow rase articles, eye w tbl Hutu ermpneing nimty colore! nup, (rtraltKketm the White Houb thiol? She nudged her IPs lawyers coo'onded that the caae should Ac. ThecslebraUdCaniirp's bestSpectaclesoland brand, glasses aapeclalty. Tbe mixed demoerallc 1 oraloet. at.d that, ail the Stairs and Territories of the United We aro opening tho most carefully selected", ths IrJe lo ttc husband. With the q'llcki.esi of thought ba vlenel as any o'.her charge of larceny, palntt srery can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, fineitacd best stock of sewing machine good,, anglers' goxl, artlati' la which the titrte, and all the Grind Divisions and too, afraloeilciJiptln cue arm found iH proper phco in the u bon 1 wis without precedent goods, cbromoj. frames, lamps, hruibn, bioks ol PIANOS AX1 OliGAIVS democM'a bad cii'taineJ a cruhini: dtfwl. Principal Countries of the World, with Prince Albert, iho other made a commendn that such all kinds, stationery, a ttouund articles for the and practicillr amounted to commitment dear grandmas, maUen aunts and tbe smartest baAihiebMnpublhliKl, only 03 percent of cimplete Index Rtid forty efghtcolortd D!a. Ever brought to this city. Lvcry lnsttnment is -- landed be ble effort and -r- eally too bid law preaumed tho by in ths business all at without ball, t'nl tbe prldo of an artist and prices ranee from 10 to the democratic Tole wa cit at the recent grams. 101 pat.e, liatberetto covrr; price, twecn t'je oveicon and tho under one uccU'td InnoMQl mill tbo contrary bad lepubllcane 25ctDts Dr. II. L. Bourne's New Dru? Store. 23 percent, lower tnan 01othor dealers ask lor the Caictgc: lUnd, McXtliy A Co. tame goods, t'crsons elcc.ion In V.inle, whi'e il.e musical and art culture eunford, Ky. Now an arm toarm boln Btruglc bigan been are Invited toaninspeetioaofthelieautlful, cultidem-nn.- -fi priven end permanent This Is n littln bul: of pilled 00 pr Miit of lliir oie. The vated, refined tonesnd artist deslguaol tbesa celeand by vnlns. It contains 00 full pige mapi, and Tho more the" paar fellow retched fur the brated lmtrumcnts; wire olinnl- - or-.onfi4TnO Great Eaa e.n tteanKbip has been ri,;ht boU the morJtls found the wrong one. The IVorld-rcnouiic- il Knabc, tho Fa B'aylnK t home lenrnul ft leniO that will an a'oolshing amount of geoii'np'ilcil and CUWIVATOR 188? for the Tie shoulder blade rmpittd an! cracked In convcrtixl into a slr vr(l, anil making 1831 elM's'lctl li'foimtt n, in n crden'ed ard mims Decker & Son, the Popular EvhertuMerbs 'fnful tis a ms'.ructina lha gyritioni mado by tho arm" while twtat Grsl time elnci erett and llio IlcIIablo Xctr England readily ac0firtlb!c Lrm. Am n.g its most (V ) Sitte: , CjaeaitleuBan, ingbiok aad bick at the rio;dln; .ntd cm money f : her otuers. The abip, which l'lanos, tar.e Ink out ef linen dip the ink upM valuable fenturra are diagram conlrae'ing prlcioii' arm hole. Tqb rear collar button has b.-e-a on cxliibhlou ee.etal mautliH at To Tbo but ot the I hi various The Celebrated Olough and Warren, and pure oltltcd lal'o", then waah out the the produats and induslrka o' iuaipinl Liverpoo', has lately cone to Dablin, where In His its fastening, and tho oilier lh tt SialosHrtd Triritorles cf tbfl Unioa S:a- - op.ntbeb'ck uf tho strtnerM bend, and, hr mil sUv fur tuu wiutii Oaly her AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. tbe John Ohurch & Oo. Organs. tallow and the ttlk W.Uootot out ld re tlic irnve uevtr bien more cnsplou uly Milk cr- propeller isnn' ued. rie.tie coumunliate t.UU us for catalogues, term The Count rr Gentleman is the Leading Jour Thia la iM to b0 unfailing in the soft nya of tho Sunday' eiin.ntir nal ol American Agriculture. In amount and nd prices. We reonn from liuco cr ojlONd Huline or ntor suecinolly prssrnted mote Ink ft. It. & li. J, LOOK, Speilal Aa'ts. practical vuiueof contents, in extent aud ability rouodod the Lali spot like n fiidud hnln. Buzkhtfa Arnica Salve , b awUliiC pinnl it a a must oenvenirnt ready ritfrr HtacforJ, Ky. of correspondence. In quality 01 paptr and stylo vsben Mt4i ff'Ubl be rulnau-BnrdeoeJ by thci psrplrxlties, the stron Or KOSE B. r.ICnAUD, TaebcttSaUo lu the world lorCuti. lirulsca cf publication, It occupies he first rank. It Is nad ftice b ok for (lie desk, library or pccW. to bare Keferences A. K. Tenny, Mrs F.M. CarpenhRnoda Utiil theepA It my faint ger BWayetl und tqilrmed fur the sle7t, Sores, bait Khcum, Torcr Sores, Tetter, Chapped chief divisions co superior lu eltner of the three of ter, J. M. Philips, J, M. Mooro aud James lieaz-loChilblains, Corns and allSkln trupuoni, then rubWr.2 ai.d rlnrg Ul aW M"?- - An RtanforS; Mrs. Msg(ie Lli'luiei Crab Orch6f Albauy rscenlly received s cjmcloui of lh p)ndroti ftot llal thu Uaads, A citizen and posltlrely cures Piles, or no pay required. I. Farm. Crops and Processes, nud illia Lizalo Huff-maard; Gen. W J. iukraiHt was turned orr.rm a'fHlte fable, lotlrr fnm bU brother in lav Ipllins of an hsadof the Notion, the hetrt of tho ISMyr Laccast. r, Ky. ia guiranteed to giro perfect tatltfactlon, or money mlx-urol thr ocr It a it hot of bright eves refunded. Price 2J cents per box. For sale by clollj nrnnt nulval In bis fainily In Ihfa wsy. "I will Horticulture & Fruit-GrowinJ.r motbor and fV ud iip'r pleattfjyr wl a" trtc" ' answer yo'ir I.ii qUettion first Ju'ia is wore Inking in the hit arm-bolscene with Ponny A McAllitoT. Live Stock and Dairying, it.d'Upfi:r?ri. O'jouwaytry the UU dnieg splendidly today, Sho wan soma-ith- a dree of inioroit. Inrderiog on iiertou An Old Citizen Speaks. nomo, (la. IVblls It nlsu iucludes all minor dnirtinents of ruif i wing: Takaoieotinn Mr. J. M. Norrla,an oil cttlsan of ued up ywtrrda7, nod last tiUhtts laii;birr. Kntomolo as tbe Poultry with Eld ral lnterrat, euen Urecnbotife ana Ysrd, &lw of UrUr, wine battle of cold prcinll?, in attending and psrliclpating m urspcry, eiei-nr- y onsou-Happy thought. His good wlforeichtd tays that he had been badly troublod ana nun Farm Quntlon, and Amwers, Firenty Complaint wr a great many years n.fiwmr Well mis tbo above, not tbe the blrtboay exercises of onr oldest datigb quickly up,falened a firai grip on the uenr Eczema for thrco years; at times could scarcely side Itcsulug, Domestic Kconomy and a summary & ii. are llnun thirotahlwlth llio mixture and re Icr, n lovely girl whom I think yon iiavr euepender, and tugln downward, landed walk, and had tried many remedies without ben ol tbe news of tbe week. lis market lleporlapaid unusually complete, and much attention is pivl'i" profO't tfl all iVe rpot dtjaj never weK her husband so low in the pew that nothing efit, beforo be began taking Eloctrlo Bitters and to the prospect of tbe crop,, as throwing light up- The direct through lino and old established route anointing bis hands with Jlucktcn's Arnica fcUlre, on onoof the most important questions When 10 from Vicious habits are catly induced in hors- was discernabla save the f.ided colar halo This treatment afforded him great relief and bo buy and wbeu to sell. It Is liberally illustrated Per a continually Increato Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii repnbliotn Pre! es by tickling and plaguing them, while So around the hairless top of his head. What strongly recommends Elcctrlo Milters to all who ami i. Intended la supply lasante of the term, a T.i futility amou the sing degtee and tbe best and all points in the West. Lincoln's ,l.e rtahle mil nndir no circumstances transpired there ro one belt the White suffer with Kidney Complaints 'or need a moou ditnta bio bjen rauiarkib'e. Live, ARrlculiimil Nowsiiior, Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulivlllo to St. Louis. who were lo n position to Puilflor. Bold by I'nnr A MoAllster. Never beat or uhp Houe people, death wit tho wirkof ao anain. Andrew .uouht.bairiLilgedin. Three (3) Dally Trains from Clcclanatl Although the Country Geutleman has been Most Excellent. tobt. Loul,. Johnwn lived onlfulr TPMa'fmr tin ex hn'ali iKLPiiae to a horse In the stable A euf, and the good wife, will ever know; but greatly enlarged, the terms continue ss below Only iOiotirs from Louisville and Cincinnati Oatflald wa J.J. Atkins, Chief or Police, Knoxvllle, Tenn., when paid strict y In advance. LI term of offise. euiceplibl of taking in a vr.rt when he assumed a silting position and ap pirMlon of hone U tot. Louis. "My family and.I are beneficiaries of your One copy one year, il S ; lour copies 10, and an ninrded Ortnt llTd for eUht yeart af-- amount of knowledi!; t learns quitkli; pvared above the pes, iho lou arm bole write,; additional copy for tbe year Iree to ton aendcrol The Only Lino by whioh you can most excellent medicine, Dr. Elng'a Mew Dlicor U retirement from the presidency. Ac and hie education should bs of the kind had been found and tho collar had cone ery for Consumption; hating (found It to be all the. club, ieucopcsStO.andaddluooal copy one got a Through Stooping Oar year iree to toe eno.tr 01 ine ciuo. ni1 8 MJnth after hi returu that will make him tbesafett and most uie back toils own pi tee. 1 eirAll Dew subcsrlbars for 1397. paving In ad- that you claim for It, dsilre to testify to Its viri From Clnclnatl to at. Louis. will receive tbe naper weekly iroui tne tue. My friends to whom I bare recommended It Tucee low.tbe remittance, to January 1,1957, with Yftnoaeot ihi republican fill. toprWoii-ralpl of fpeclrat-- conies IrM. Auareas A republican ocoupjin a good fat office praise It at every opportunity." TWT Dr. King's New TtViA O OO 1VX, Istbeonly line running . Lincoln was X HO V Rr through irom Louisville Since the y'vw Introduced "Lullaby" inlfi under Iho altuinintrnllon, &oelng u hucKry DIecoTeryfor Consumption Is guaranteed to CUre ouliuugtt. nldaati b m! rtttilnedold old, Johuaon LorUEtt TUCKElt A tON, Fubllsbe s. and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being Albiuj, New York. th "Cbimes of Normnodv" and "Nearer democrat "aee along th street looking; lor Coughs, Tolis, Urouchttli, Asthma, Croup and evwhen he w,6l jetr. made up of a combination ol small roads. eloc-eaUheageof50,Gntat40.QtraeldM48 Mv Goel to Thee" Into "Faust" and "The h Iree lunch, beijnn to resile hint. Tho ery affection of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. TriTho Ohio A. Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial Drug Store. 4JJUJJ. F UUfrtlAn, Last Rose of Summer" Into the "Mikado," democrat merely stopped to reply: "Cow al Bottles Friviat Penny A McAUster's bleeping Cars on night twins; Luxuriant Par, and Arthur at 50. Large. sUs. tt. lor &rs on dsy trslns; Elegant Day Coaca-e- s hsrd to tell whether you are at. ardlit is not you who rerile me, but tbe is m t on all train:. In tho Enilih Ian- - it pretly Probably no Tersa Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at a" nursery or ft prayer meeting, a lending Direct and close connections are made In ONION man who elves tou thepjwer to do it.1' SOe, at McRoberts d-- 8tsgg's. m the doxology: BTAI. KOUD, CI DKPOTd with diverging lines by thol). A M. Ku.B.Uoolten singing school or an opera. They ought to Moral: To the victor oblongs the spoils. -- liow la jour blood?, ,U Green's Sarsapirllla. Hallway, thus avoiding troblesouie transGod from Whom all BlelnKe UJtv -- oou.u ,U Vin ntrst, two aou fers by other routes. sale by McllolrU A 8tajg at tl. oraw , me una lonitniitre.-iuusi- uu for Washington Critic. tbaMyaraUoul. yrrUten by Jla'iop Ken, to iriow." ThU wa rtinii inr a nit . Ths Ohio A Ulstlsslppt Hallway la the only lies Pur .Suroi., flilOK w BUhop of Herald. betweeaJxmlsTllle, Cincinnati and at. Louis ; V"" waa bora In 1631, and mado TT iXtittri "I never can go to tbat fall dreia recep under one msnagsmsnt, running alt Its ,r, 111 nu.... Mbel -- Won't yov come In. Coarlit? tion." observed Mre Dsooletter trains through solid and in consequenco Welleuy tvioK V 'Why tJJi&ud la recognised Flrst-Claltouta bs the Winchester Cnar'lle (gloomily) -- You forget that your three hymn for Inquired her husband. ' Because, I TVben Baby ttm sick, we gave her Castoria, tweea tnoss Cities. noi?" Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for loured my tenderest feelings lst baven'l a decent dress." "Well, I would "When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, father HTArlFOIlD. KY. lull particulars a to Tate, rime, maps, circulars My Soul evening, when I was leaving, Mabel Ye, write to My God, tbUNUhij" 'Awake, - Proprietor or any d Mired Information, or H. FOUMAK, not let that bother me. You'll find good When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, ' W. P. WALTON, BOUT. Now my Sleep darling; but he wore his carpel slippers at When, she had Children, she gave them Castoria. with the Bun;" "L.rd, haven't either." and Trav. Pans. Ag't O. A U. k'y, riomersst, Cy. many there that VS.B.HHATrUC, Timet JOHN F. BAHNARD. the time and now bis (not i done up In a , p,ih mForke.-'-ChicagUnt Miauitiesets of eJosa Hs 01 unfit ivxSu. Free, tnd Gen'l Mn'gr, Gen. l'aii. Ag't, or v. Miing rsp.icltj, lutluding gallery, 60 y ' all aihes anJ pal". bandage and he goes ou a crutch. C)ine in CinciiuJlt, O. Green's Electric OlLeures HlH((,. IvlV.rt U 'tr l'i StargatSOc. Ut coughi aal coUt. darling -- Liwell Citixsn. , UieOreenCofChlnm Foiails by McRoberts i. ,. WfV br Meltoberti 4 4tt t If w postal sad demand!. cr9h Uft Wedaeaday ntgbt; alao Thaakngltlpd Mryfc "Thureday more log tint byBty.Cd'iMii. ' J '" dur-ln;"h- tr . Qjnnin, a yuuug ma whose peo Trent; nod resrllnx MuIm, 15of theta marts, fori lie. Cilioa or tOr,i uit t Lnoisitcr. K.J. in Michigan, is q utn HI at ine resi o jr. Ji TAHTIS. veotjoc: Mrs. Ulaektn,M Broadway. You are hereby requested to meet in Mrs PjiIIHiik, wife of H.10. John F. ! delegateconvenllon in the olty nf LouisPnllllpi, of Ka0s.n1 Citf , nod little Aleen I oiler lor sals prlrstel; la Stanford, K.T-- , a rsry ville, at 12 o'clock noon, on Wednesday, Fry, daughter of Mr, Wlk?r Fry, of Ihe Asr.prownUtlTsofUr. W. H. Aoiamti. IoQsr far sal. prlTstslr bti neat brick houii .nil lot of desirable realdeace with isrea rom and porch the 4ih day of Mty, 1887, fiir the purpose Zribunt, arrived Wednesdsy and ar,e the Atsdu. la aundrJ. The Well ot water at the door; itable, saokehoate, place hat alt tht necanary Inprorsmeata and Is r. Ic. About ao acre ofgrouad In tbe lot. For of nominating candidates for the various gura'aof Mri. Isabella Bttlerton. very desirable ods. Call oa or address ma at Sun terms, Ac, apply to XI. O. A LFOFl V, Au to It. Ths following clipped from the How ford in slate office to be voted for at the next tM- Ageotfor J. R.Allord. gust eltc'.Ion In appointing delegate it ard (Kmar) Dpnoaal refers to iho former is recommended that the rote for 0 popular clerk of Capt A. S. McGrorty, of ! and Hendricks bo taken as a buls, the Cnirsl dru store: Mirrled -- Oo Tues. I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinrepresentation be one day, Nsvember 9,h, by Jndge Welly, Freand that the ratio cf ery, Including all A T.laabls Stock Farm conttlnlu 3 IS Aeren dcleza'e to ovcrr two hundred nf said volts mont Schoffsn and Jdiss Minnie Wilson. ittaated 1 mile froaCab Orchard on tbeHtsntord The Latest Novelties of 'the Season. and one for each fraction of one hundred The best wishes ot the D mocral force are nlke. two new over same, The sod Also Notion,, such at Handkerchief,, Collars In Hltnlord.on Bojth ldo of Mtta .treet, bulll by and over. Il is further recommended that extended to tbo bride acd groom. Cdffi, OhiIit A Hon. Alio the brick raldRM In which and find me Ituchtng, Corsets, Uuittni, etc. You NjtwithstanUlOjT will delegates shall ba selected In every the charges against I am now UtIo:. at tbe room, lately vsceled by Smithe ley A Warren, next door to ths Myers llouie,' 10MI Burnoru, Kjr. county on the same dav, to wit the 231 day him and tbat bv.h the constitution and the lire Following is official call of the State a con- - pi Town ILot For Sale md For Sale aa Bargain. eve-lan- d FOR SAIE store-rmr- MILLOER1. lGJ-Z- frb(e)bul '! For "Kent NEWCOMI5 HOTEFi well-kno- i f Store-Roou- t, J&3--- ... B. II, FOX, - "" tt f'. TIMBER LUMBER, lanvillc, Frames Ky. . well-worth- to Order. a 1 S 1 k. Jf id A THAIN tlie tci' l- -,t ?, It o. Crn, sir rd, :eoujR,roi: n.-- lit Jre. PIANOS! ct Tc Cji.-tnloi- ng d, e ril eut - it.eiu.-Hlohuio- siS hr "IE Country -- y, Ni-Ho- u, d at M 110 nippi w 1 fa nh-iid- J Tr 9 J ltJIi:o. Dl'TlMl, " OPEKii HOUSE ss o r 3t. a i f i Stwl-TOttHtlnlenorlwngd """witCX m f , k r t k fc b ;. r ' . his happiest vein, Mr. Wattersoa concludes ly thankful yesterday. The trial of the Florida. I Gov, Chancy, of New Hampshire, in this amusing waj: "The lawyer who Converse brothers for lying, which bad Er. November 20, 1886 argues his own case, is said to have a lool been pending for yean, ended the day be- has been appointed U S. Senator to Stanford.- - Ky., Im StHuferd, Ky. for a client. We mean no disrespect to the fore in their acquittal. We do not care so Mr. Pike, deceased. After Tertf sear tntrlanca In lha Hon. Jefferson Davis attended the cpera President when, as far as the newspapers much about the result as wa do that tbe w P, WALTON. Klrtlon of more are concerned, we remind him of the adage old chestnut will vex the flash no more for in Memphis Wednesday. Whea he enter Thontand aoMleatlena for patent. In of It. T. '.A'!,D?'un.JerJJ will ' live UaUed ftlalf ooutu ed tbe audience, arose and applauded him iuu.ij, tae usumif! and eemmead it to fata reflection, iie is a a season. trlM. the pnWlAm of ta rMfentlfla American continue to act aa aeUcllore copr- Haviko read with care tba highly in man of natural sturdinees. Within the orfor patent a, MTeatM Eumjcit Logan, of the Louisville limes for five minutes. On Monday, Deeeber 0, 1886, nttte.ete-rortua nay,aaii A copy of the will of the father of Jusn dignant editorial of the Courier Journal, bit of hia intelligence, he has excellent dis- has returned from a deer hunt in Mississiple ebtata paleete In Canada. Raglwd, . raacei. Uermanr, and all other MnniflM. .Their atMri- (County In Stanford, Ky., publicly provoked by tbe alleged impolite treatment cernment and craft. These he should sum- pi, and now wears a card upoa which is in- Pedro Terry, the Cuban who recently left offer for Court day) Property, ence la useaualed and taeU fcllMtee are tueor- ! th Mill well of Gen. Grant and family at the hands of mon to his aid whenever he happens to be scribed, "I am somewhat of a liar myself." an estate of $0,000,000 to his widow end Stanford Flour Mill. It .oa.l.t. ol .bout raSVm Drawlnre and peclflcttleas prepared end Bled (round on which Is In the I'aUatpsi oeen ebort nolle, jenaa eerr unborn child, has been filed in New York. of tM tvtV.1 Imia ITIaHB erected,I 4beside, a .lire and . the British Q.een, as related by Adam vexed by the newspapers, and, with a dram - .. -- .1 reasonable. Hotlbarge rer etamiaation ei mogeu ur ick build. iT er drawing. Aiitiei vj all free. NO 7ES OF CURRENT EkENTS. u 111, 'ff The balance of his $15,000,000 Is given to - umiiuni wiw -- ;i .v" raacamerr nd apparaBadeau, we are moved to remark that we or two, and, la cases of extreme irritation, jnnnSOfl irenelleed ratenttotiteln-rtthroo- g tus Deceaaarr to conduct an atnil- - .1 jAN.wn Inthe --.CIK.VT.lKiO A his other eight children. bit. business. Including disgust us in the a damn or two, he should dismiss the whole fiod as much or more to modern gad improved A snow storm with the mercury down the larceit circulation anil la lha moil lnnucatlat pump worked by steam, lor tbe purpote of obtain-inewppaper of In llnd publlin! in we world. Dr. McClnre, the democratic candidate behavior of the Grant party on the occa business. He does himself so good, and to zero Is reported raging in Dakota. a apply pf water from never falling eource. The adraatagte oi eaea aetlee every patentee yardefrom the depot at aion referred to than in that of the royal his critics no harm, ia exclaiming against Tbla large and pUndMIr Itlsetreted BewtntMr William Reed, Treasurer of the South for joint 8enator from Clark and Jefferson m.n rcV,on.,!,Sut on tbe Knoxvllfe Branch ol tbe L. A le pnblUhed AVKKKL.Y at SS.00 ener. aad le lady. It appears that after it became them. They are an incorrigible set, and Boston street railway, has defaulted for counties, in Indiana, has been confirmed in . Railroad. Original eoet of property sM 060. admitted t be the beet paper devoted to eelene. mechanic. Invention, engineering work, and his election by a careful recount of the vote. OorrpoBdeuct solicited and II term. known that an levitation to Jesee to viait one and all are disposed to say, whea he $101,000. greed upon, will sell privately. Title perfect. be other department of Inds'trlal progr, pab- of lUDeu in ear commit. . begins to preach, aa the colored congrega two has been in eonuineiaeipatented caihj bal.ee la tqutl In Windsor Caatle had been omitted by the 1 A son of Rsv. Laird Collier was mur- His former majority of tallmeat of , la and IS mo.tht.s per cent, lo each week. Try It fear raotae for one aeuer. tion on Hell for Sirtia said to 8hirt-Ui- lcreased to eight in the two counties. tercet. Peraonil tMtirll oa Queenpurposely of coarse the General dered at Emporia, Kansas, by a fellow pay- BolJ by all newedealtra. g if yon have en laventlen to ptat write la --The jury hung in the case of McQaade, men 1 Utn rttifnavl M. V. nnl deferred Mn MUinHMjK. through B.deau actually requested of her Jim, when, after his sudden conversion, he named Yarbrough. tann A Co., pabluhere of BolenUSe Americas, 8AChljR 981 llroadwar, Net Yerk. d Attlg-Beegoods mer- the N. Y, alderman, notwithstanding his an invitation to his eon; and it farther ap- undertook to exhort: 'Shool nigger! Your A. Newhoff, a leading dry liaadbook abeat patent mailed free. pears that when it was found, after their mouf. ain't no pra'r book!' " chant of Paris, suicided by drowning him partner in crime coafessed and swore that the prisoner got $22,000 as his share foi arrival at the palace, that this young man Gen. Uockner in a letter to the com- self in Stoner Creek. giving a street railway peculiar privileges. was not expected tt dine at the Qieen's ta mittee denied that he wanted the coavea-lio- n The constitutionality of the new revis said that nine of the jury were for acwaa sup ble (where the beet pound-cak- e called for an early day, as had been in enue bill is to be tested by a number of It quittal. posed to be) be began to whine and cat np Umated. The letter, which has the genu- Louisville merchants. The trial of Mrs. Lucretia Munday for end make himself generally offensive in ine democratic ring to it throughout, close a The Baltimore & Ohio Is arranging to tbe presence of the household, to the great with these patriotic words: "I. desire to rent the Cincinnati Southern so as to com the alleged murder of her husband waa continued in the Fayette circuit court, ow alarm of hia illustrious daddy, and that the siy for myself, as an announced candidate plete Its Southern system. latter in desperation sent a piteoui appeal before the Slate convention, that I have no UNO The salary of Chief Arthur, of the ing to the absence of important witnesses Commonwealth. Important to her majesty asking her for God Almighpolitical ambition which is not secondary Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, has for the are always absent when attorneys do baby to the interests of the democratic party and been increased to $5,000 a year. ty' sake to let the twenty year-old not wish to try a case. eat at the first table and stop his racket, ai an humble member of that party, I will In an Indiana bastardy case two men - IN While Dr. Barbour, of the Peabody and that it was in answer to that petition heartily applaud any action of your com- were killed and the woman is left alone Draga, WallpRper, Wine. Museum, at New Haven, was experimentwas invited to eat with the quality. mittee which will ignore, as it doubtless with her illegitimate responsibility. Mimical that he Chemical.. Beaks, Xilqnar InHtruemeBtev, son of Peter Corey, of ing with some newly received ostrich eggs, Whether the General deserved to be as- will do, every individual interest, and be A 9 year-ol- d Faints, csinuBHery, Jlcnm, J'SCKCI signed to a mere honorable position at the directed solely to the welfare, the harmony Spriogfield, Mass., died from the effects of when one of them exploded with such force Oils. Telmccsft. CJHlIerjr, as to shake the room and knock the pre I'erfvtuery, table than that which was given him is and success of the party." a beating admlnlsterrd by bis father. Fire Arms, Machlsi senseless to the floor. The egg was with us a question of very little moment. It is estimated that the new railroads feasor Silvervfaro and Optical llooin neBartateat la la rVsHMllea. ,0Hr Democratic State and Central Com- projected in Georgia will give employment 18 inches in circumference. The mui If he got enough to eat perhaps that ought Tim. ao will Repair ud The cheerful news comes from Bombay style. to have satisfied him and his countrymen, mittees yery wisely decided not to give to 5,000 men for a period of three years. Genuine O. O. Salt In Bulk, at wholesale and George Buhr. proprietor of Buhr'a that the Ghllxaal rebels in Afghanistan all things considered. In order to take a cause for complaint by fixing the date of just and impartial view of the case it is holding the State convention at an earlier Hotel, Frankfort, and W. H. Pickett, son have been attacked by the Afghan Genera sent to subdue them, and badly defeated. necessary to recall the circumstances pre- month than usual, and fixed upon May 4th of Superintendent Pickett, died Monday. ceding, attending and succeeding Grant's at Louisville, at which time State officers At Savoy, III., in a collision between The General sent to Cabul ten car loads of tour around the earth. It must be recol from governor down will be nominated. A two Illinois Central trains, four men were heads of rebels killed in the battle as a to lected that it was regarded, and doubtless fetter from Gen. Buckner was read, dis instantly killed and one fatally wounded. ken of the victory his forces had won. In Egypt, an engine specially construcproperlf so, a a grand electioneering move claiming any wish for an early convention. A crank named Schuyler, from Round Louisville is in some respects a bad place ted to use petroleum as fuel is drawing ment, an ingenious manouvre planned by out, N. Y., who tried to assassinate Preii-den- t DKALEB IN- his managers to secure his election in 1880 for the convention, bat it is the only place trains on the railroad between Alexandria Cleveland at Albany a year ago, made where the delegates and others can get ho- and Cairo. for a third term, It ought not to bo forgot his appearance with a pistol In tbe crowd Arthur's will disposes at the funeral of ex Prssldent Arthur and ten that in order to make his trip one con- - tel accommodations. Four years ago the -tinuous and brilliant ovation and trium- convention was held in the same city, May of $200,000, of which half is in real estate ciused eome commotion by his attempts to 17lh. and half In securities and nearly all goes to get near the President. He dropped his phal march from start to finish all for po, J.HE Lioutsvtue talks horse sense the children. litical effect in 1880 our diplomatic reppistol on the ground, it is said, and ran when it (live: What Kentucky needs just Fully 100 children In the small town away without doing any injury. resentatives everywhere in the line of his travels, were officially instructed in advance now is a live candidate for governor. We of Logansport, Ind , have died of diphtheIke Arnold, brother of Jim Arnold, to see to it that he waa treated with distin- want a man of business ability, with mod ria in a few weeks and the dread disease who kilted Lawyer Little at Richmond guished consideration in the various coun- ern ideas, and enough push to remind the continues to rage. several years ago, was killed in Washington Dr. Leonard, tbe famous prohibition tries visited by him that is to say, in State that the administration is yet aliye. eounty Tuesday by Tom Dagan. Ike was plain, simple words, all foreign potentates The voters of Kentucky should lend their 1st of Ohio, says that the Hon. C. B. Fisk, a bad man and had been crowding Dugan. canand aristocrats were solicited by the Presi- support to no man until they have thor of New Jersey, will be the cold-wat- er It will be remembered that when Jim Ar dent of tbe United States to invite this oughly heard what he has to say upon all didate for president in 1888. nold was on trial Ike Arnold attempted to great soldier man of ours to their houses questions of interest to the State. We have An Anderson county man, who baa re- shoot the prosecuting attorney, Bronston. and tables and to make much of him gener- had too many politicians and nonentities sided there for 28 years, says that during He was fined $1,000 and sent to jtil one W. B. UeEINKEV. I rjaltimtn. JOHN BRIOUT, ally. The hospitality of foreign folks bar- for governor; we now want a man who will that time he has assisted in the burial of year for contempt of court. manage the business of tbe State like he CS men who had met violent deaths, ing been thus begged and prayed for in his Kecent statistics published Id tbe Vail Princess Beatrice, wife of Prince Hen behalf, he, in other words, having been in would the business of a railroad. ry of Battenberg, and youngest daughter of Mall Oaiettt show that the number ot arthis way forced upon them, it seems hardly At the suggestion of President Cleveland becoming in his friends and admirers to A. K. Delaney resigned his office of U. 8 , Qaeen Victoria, has given birth to a son. rests In England on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct has increased criticizj and complain of the manner of its District Attorney for the Eistern District Both tbe mother and son are doing well. Mr. Blaine is reported to haye turned from 82,190 in 1SG1 to 193,274 In 1684. bestowal. Beggars should not be choosers. of Wisconsin, when he entered the race for In this connection we can not refrain Congress in his district. He was not one his back on Senator Elmunds, refusing to This is more than 90,000 over the number from mentioning that during the progress of those fellows who know how to hold on take his hand at the Arthur residence on justified by the incro'seln population. Id the first named ear $175,000,000 was spent of Grant's great journey full and graphic to a good thing when they have it, but the occasion of the funeral of the for Ifquor Ia 1370 they pild $205,000,000 reports were (furnished to the American wanted something batter. He did not get dent. The Court of Appeals has affirmed the mme than the increased population war prees of his every movement and of eyery it by a good deal, for the other fellow just Only 2G3 petitions for divorce D'altri trlil! kloo of incident, big and little, cccurring on the wiped up the ground with him, and now decieion of the Harrison circuit court, sen- ranted. tencing John Henry Wren to the peniten were filed In 1861; In 18SI, 703 such de way; and that according to these reportB Mr. Dalaney is crying for the President to ttary for 99 years. Score one for tbe old re mands were made. Against 1,533 caes of every rojal and aristocratic mansion in give him his old office back again. suicide in 1SG1 arc to be placed 3,213 In verter. Europo and cleowhere was flung wide open Judge Walter O. Gresham, P.stuaster 18S4, while in the same period the census The attention of our readers is directed upon his approach, that the big pot was put in the little one at all places along his to tbe advertisement of Mnnn & Co , patent General In President Arthur's cabinet, la of lunatics has increased from from 30,617 route and in short all men of all ranks and solicitors, in another column. Their name being groomed by bis friends to enter the to 70.705, degrees, these wearing crowns as well as is familiar to patentees throughout the Presidential race for the republican stakes A Georgia newspaper illustrates tho av the bare headed yeomanry, fairly ran after country. In connection with the publica in 1888. erage Southern negro's poor busintoj ablll More than CO mariners are now known him to do him honor. In all those ac- tion of the Scientific American for the past 9 tj hj telling of ono who asked the prie of counts, lull, voluminous and particular aa forty years, they have msde the drawings to have been lost on the lakes during the coata In a store. Tbe store keeper oflered KUUKKYN.they were, not the eligheat intimation waa and specifications fcr more than 100,000 in recent eeycre storms and the signal service him various garments cheap for cash, but ever given that be or his retinue were ever ventions, and their facilities for obtaining bureau says that a more serious storm ia the darker would not buy, and finally tbe now brewing. at any place neglected or treated otherwise patents were never better than now. merchant picked out a coat tha( cost him It is now definitely stated that Col. B. $1 G5 and offered it to the oesro for $10, than in the most respectful, hospitable and Iowa eeems determined to make selling cordial manner. And all these glowing re- whisky odious. There is a law on her G. Ingersoll has been retained in behalf of agreeing t9 take $2 in cash nnd trust him Wool, Sccd, Feed. Coal, dumber, Eic. ports, be it remembered, were written by statute books which not only inflicts a the condemned Chicago anarchist?, and will for th balance. The customer jumped at tnts tame Auam uaaeau. tui it eeems heavy fine upon tbe druggist found guilty appear before the Supreme Court of Illl the offer, and, without even trying on the now that General Grant instead of being of violating tbe liquor laws, but forever note in March. the $2 and went away happy in Jim Swan, alias Jack Saeppard, a no- coat, pad the recipient of the highest possible honors debars him from doing business in that bis ability to owe S3. The store keeper and evidences of the world's admiration, state thereafter in that capacity. A drug- torious highwayman, who had eacaped will not worry if he does not get the bestowed spontaneously and with alacrity gist at Allerton has just been fined $100 from a sheriff while handcuffed, was found money. as he went booming round the world, was and the order debarring entered against dead in the Big Horn Mountains, having died of starvation. An honest rustic went into the shop of a in point of fact all the while acting the him. of the Qiakerto buy a bat, for which twenty H, M. Hoxle, first part of Brother Godby's ''Wanderiog SycoThe Louisville Commercial, with Daniel Missouri Pacific railroad, with whom the shillings was demanded. He offered two phant." E. O'Sulllvan as editor-in-chi- ef and Frank Knights of Lbor at St. Louis beeame so dollars. "As I live," said the Quaker, "I Gen. Wade Hampton eeems peculially W. Gregory managing editor, starts out much incensed, died in New York Tuesday cm not afford to give It thee at that price," unfortunate in his attempts to make a with a bold flourish of trumpets and a after a long illness. "As you live," exclaimed the countryman. huntsman of himself. A few years ago he number of promises, which If kept will In a priii fight at Sin Francasco Jack 'Then live more moderately an 1 be hanged (The Weekly Edition of tte Commeraial Gazette,) lost a leg by haTing a mule fall on him and make it the medium of filling a long-feDempssy and Jack Burke fought 10 rounds to you!" 'Friend," said the Qiaker, and now he is suffering from bruises caused by want. 0'8u!livan has got tbe get-u- p when tbe battle wai decided a draw. Eight "thou ah alt have tho hat for nothing. I hii hone falling oa him. He was deer all he needs is the fioanclal backing. thousand persons were present and the gate haye sold hats for twenty yens and my hunting and while riding through a woods A lot of colored farm hands in Louisi receipts amounted to $10,500. trick has never been found out till now, his gun was caught in a vine, discharging ana joined the Knights of Labor and imJerry Calahan, his wife and son and N. Y. Ledger. ,Jf Central and Rei.reeenUllv m,i,. it, tbe load entering the head of his horse, mediately followed tbe examplo of Ihetr Mrs. Foley were struck by a train near instantly. The animal fell on white brethren by gota? The matter of mutilated coins with hole killing him on a strike. They Syracnse, N. Y., and the entire party were punched in them, his received the attenSenator H rap on and in his maimed condi- actually did not know what they were fatally injured, two dying instantly. Treasury Department, and tbe tion it took him some time to extricate 8 riking for, which is often the case with The colored people of Owensboro hav- tion of tbe - rate to subcribm of ONK lawful valuo of such coins baa been estab- Is furnlibeil.copy a week. at tbe lorn-.11 ...news, DOLLAU a -- ear. mtklne ih himself. He had been walking through the majority in most strikes. cent I, give. ing tendered 15 acres of land worth $1,600 wltt. every nearly five hours when lished as follows: Double eagle, f 15; silthe woods for and $500 in cash for the location of the TflE 11 ARKET BEronTU ire given In fall, an J tb.r are noted for tbelr The most unnatural salt on record has found. 75 cents, half dollar 35 cents; telegraphed dally over our own iptci.l wires froTn all tbe leading cltiej. re,ul"",'r' n. l01 rU sra Colored Normal School at that point, it is ver dollar Mrs. quarter dollar 18 cents, dimes 5 cents. Par- TUE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT li ens of the -- reat orator, D.nnls Kearney just been instituted in London. The Bind-l- ot they will secure the institufeatures of tbe Weekl. U moil rat- daughter of Lord Chief Justice Col- probable that uable to every firmer. Tbl, dep.rtm.nl l. edited b ties handling coins will be saved consider who created so great a sensation in San Adams, tion. able annoyance and some clean cash by TUE CHIMNET CORNER, devoted eicla.lv.ly u young people, I. very is not so popu-lo- r eridge, has brought an action for slander Francisco several yeirs ago, The industrial growth of tbe Southern llsre.tln.nd In.trnctlvs against him because he charged that Adams as formerly. He is now estimated at states may be iudged from the fact that cutting this item out and putting it In OlliaiNAI.;TORIS end eo""PnJnce from all par of the had assumed impropper relation! with her 01obe,makeiheWeely.Dd..ml-We5klyconiJlete! bis real wortbj and no respectable man nowithin nine months no lees than $83,000, sight. before her marriage. tices him. At the recent election he ran 000 have been Inyested in manufacturing The Seth Thomas Clock Co., of Thomas, This is a great country. While tbe peo- and mining enterprises In that section of ton, Conn , have prepared drawings for the for sheriff, when only 20 heodlums could be found to vote for him and that was the en- - ple of Dakota are freezing to death tbe the anion. Wuesd,, .nd, Trldar. I, --)i( great clock which is to be placed In the CCn,".a'M -lightning gets away with threo person? in wfco w.nt th. new. o'lUDsi iVan enc.V w,k. will aid h A". disputed As- tower of the new City Hall at Philad-phi- a, .A 11 the recounts of the "tte d lire number he received. an idmtr.ble piper. Missouri, all at one stroke Taylor sembly districts in New Jersey have been be finally settled that tbe If completed in accorand which, It seems to and bis three sons were struck near finished except one, and the result does not dance with their plans, will be the largest legislature ot Indiana is democratic by two Wednesday, while husking corn in alter tbe small democratic msjority in the Tcimi of Babtcrlptlon by M.llt d that therefore Ben Harrison EJina, majority in the world. The ball upon which dt will One year (cmlttln. cnf ay) ... Legislature as it appeared on the day after" strike 112 as Senator. Old a field, On. yer:(lnclndlnr SunJ.y) find quarters will weigh Slxinontbs. ' will not succeed himself mm ..... eeee, fl 4 00 .. lx month., " W. E. UHOUB8, Esq, has announced the election. " McDonald is the coming man, pounds, and the glass dials, Thie) month., Saddlebags eee.eee..... eeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 7 00 fifty thousand 8 Three luonihi, eeeeeeeeeeet S CO named Wheeler has as completed measure 25 feet in diameter. himself for tbe Legislature in Boyle, subAn old man and don't you forget it. ject to tbe action of the democracy. He is been held in the Pittsburgh courts to anIMui . UTII. A.m. .I..II T!3 ?h l;..l, I ... T.L UCAI) BURll m Senator J. D, Harris has announced a well posted mau and in every I1U "UUUU lll Ul ronilillngolSewlcgMnchlnd.IinrroTtdW.teitury Witchtr Uoii P.n, swer for the murder of his wife, who wa way ..' himself a caudidate far governor and will Pcnclli, Valuable Book. for the position, and Bpylo will do 07 .o... U l,tlo Iia In fit. Thor had bcavv tombstone to put over mother' etc, will be sen Hi tee piper, -- awplecopli.rreo mako a general canvass of tbe State. The sueplcioua tmpha Husbend (with Senator iQ"ubHUntial businers man and, nereeii prouu oy electing him to represent lived together for half a century and each I Bran? THE OlPMIttEBCllIi GAZU'lTE CO., sis) -- Heavt - Now York Sun. ' nrr. lhr hewKn. if Ct v? ' fi. rorth $20,000. c..y 1m aa editorial oa PesUeat Cleveland's Feur of Gerunimo's fellow murderers There was oe thing for which the pee astssed censorship of the press, written in pie of Kentucky had reason to be especial kave died of fever since they were seat to FOR SALE, Splendid Mill Property, rt ra '", a, ae .- ..r r,!; '" .-- ..!.. -- .-.UBS-thlrd r. 174-l- M'ROBERTS, XilL,I3Ilf- & STAGG, PlMlOTISrS, wit-nesi- es IWGI5TS Opera House Blook, Stanford, Ky. J?'".?. null. W. If. HIKGIIY m ments, Hardware, Farming Imple iw Groceries,' Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevator, Pumps, Older Mills, &c ox-Pre- WEMN & MENEFEE, Farminglmplemeiits and Machin ery, -- pes.. mmm& -- Spring Wagons. Buck Boards. Fazm Wagons. drain, THE CIlffOIItflVATI WEEKLY GAZETTE! T3jFi1 lt 03NT3.Tr SLOO The WeeliXy Gazette - A A. .j Tlie Senai. Weekly Mc-Kes- ziy laily "t X;,ffi,.. , Commercial Gazette, Our Freiiiiiui. CI com-pate- 1 v CINCINNATI. ft" ay 1- - ..t,,,Lr.. t"llSS'WtVsl.l-J- i 4fcJ, - . -- . 4 iHr-s- - J . fc J Ueadquatitilrs for ammunition. Raisibs, currants, citron, prune!. tew Mc- - fiELIQIOUS. 3 7. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CQUN1Y, i Stanford, Kjr B. O, WALTON, X. Noymbr 20, 1888 All , stock and cheap. MetcalfAFoe-er"" Easiness Manager. TIME CAR0. MIMMMlS 4 M. LOCAL A full stock of double, breeoh and muzzle loading shot-gun- s; also loaded shells of all sizes of shot. McRoberts A Btsgg. Mill UJtlfl cotB Worth...... Kipreaitraln" " Soath. " Hauth... wa . lMff.X. 15 Fa M 1 2 IS A.M. aim. The k jore la calculated on standard Urn. EAala About 30 mlnatee lnUt LOCAL NOTICES. 8olt to the Interior Journal's already large print ing plant in the last few days, making it all the more complete. been added A mew job prcs has Brother Barnes' admirers are looking' anxiously forward to bit arrival next Toes-da- y and his two wW meeting lo follow. - Eider Martin writes that he closed his 20lh year ns pistor of Freedom Church, Palsski county, last 8undny, and was called again for the ensuing year. The masting at R.srltnd. conducted by E d. It. A. Hopper, is Increasing in interest and will ojntinite over Sunday. There were four nt'dhinm WftnHT The ladles will Gnd it decidedly to their Buv jrotir School Hooks from Peony A advantage to call and examlno our stock of .MCAiwter. abort wraps and New Markets before they W ATOHKs and Jewelry repaired on ibor purchase. Owsley A Craig. " lotlce and warranted br Penny A WcAIJa li occurred at Lancaster A funny fight r. Hunters. Attxhtioh. Loaded Cart this week. Two men were belaboring each ridge, all tizin of ahot, tt l'ennj A Mo- - other with their fists when a little dog Aliitcr'. passed along. One of the beligtrante seizA ooMrLTTE stock of jewelry, latest style, lfockiord watcnet a, specialty. Pen ed tbe animal by Its hind legs and struck his antagonist ovrr the head with It, knockar A MoAllster. ing him dowd and killing the dog as dead PERSONAL. as a mackerel. Tola new weapon of Mb J B, Paxtok Is the Danville Ad is not likely to get into general use tocatc't correspondent at thli place and he la nor is it probable that another man will be a good one. found with a head so hard as to kill a dog Prof AhherRooirs has arrlnd and by coming suddenly in contact with it. sji. rtiumed bli school, but bis bride tarries Look, Look, Look. Now is the golden awhile at Harrodsborx. Mr. J. 0. TiioMrsox, tbe great jewelry opportunity to make the purebsee of your man, was over from Laocatttr Wcdnwday, Christmas goods. I intsnd to close the en. tire stock out at Btanford by the 13th ol teeing after hU branch store. Diceabor. Those wishing to take advan Miss Hattik Owsley, of Millenbarg College, spent ThaokrglvinK with bcr pa tage of this opportunity would do well to call at an early date. As my badness at rents, Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Darat. Mr. W.O Wrkhrrt spent Thanks- Lancaster requires all of my attention, giving at Versailles and will return with Mr. Walden being by ray book keeper, I ,'vlsltisg hir parents am compelled to have hiss at home and his wife who has my butineta bavins incressed so that it therefor a month, to morrow. Du. C. R. Maoi, son of the great rail nquires all my force at that place. I road builder of the tame name, who mean business. I will positively close at died several years sgo, was here Toes tbe above day and date. Thompson, The day baying hay and corn for his contrsct Jeweler. s Hi de-fem - ba Scared.-O- ne nlgth this- week as Mr. on the Cumberland Valley extension of the L. AN. railroad. Tbe doctor wis one of S. P. Slsgg was closing and locking tbe our bos hood's friinds and we wen of rear doors of his premises he distinctly hesrd some one lock a door from the other courte dellchted to see him. LOCAL MATTEIS. Ilioiiurr msrktt price paid for hides, sheepskins, etc., by A. T. Nunnelley. Oun sleek of heavy boota and shits csn not be excelled by any one. 0iley A Craig. ' GoaxB the wonderful Automatic Watch tell time without handi, at the New Jew elry Blore. Oaritock Ir you want goods low, come and see us. Is larger than ever bsfore. Met calf A Foster. Mr. John W. Rout has moved Into part iUARRtAOES. ot the houie occupied by Mr. Wesley Rout, on Cemetery lllll, TJ At Lebtnonresterday Mr. John Polk, stock of fall goods of Harrodeburg, and(Miss Julia Phillips A new and bandscme has just been rcceWed by 8. II. Shanks. were united In matrimony. Another poor fellow has been left in Call and exmln Ihem. cold. Miss Alma Thomas, of Bourbon, of weather from Nearly every kind who was to ba married to Jep Lail, of Lexsnow to ssnihiue was given lo us to be ington, in a few weeks, eloped to Cincinnathankful for yesterday. ti with A, B, Adair, a telegraph operator at it nelein to apologia for tho absence Paris, and were married. Miss Thomse is It of news. We would have had It had thtro the daughter of a very wealthy farmer. A note from Mrs. T. A. Qreehani inbeen any afbat, which there wun't, forms us that the notice of her marriage The R nk with a nice programme will was news to her and that rbe feels indigAn admission of 10 be open lo night. nant at being made the object of a rllly will hereafter b charged to the gal cents joke. The report wis current here and lery. m having no reason to doubt it we gave it as Tun nicest tot of freih candles in town, other news Mrs. Qresham cao not ft el that I am selling at very low pricrs to more mortified over the matter than we make room for Cinstmai tricks, 8. S. and have a greater contempt for tbe indiMyers. vidual wbodeals in such jokes than we have. Joiij A. Bower, of the Parksvillc Kewt, 8he is also vroll an&ro (hat we were innogave his roaders a Thanksgiving present cent in the matter and our complimentary ytslerday in the shape of a quadruple, pa. comment of her proves that we hold her in high regard, per. He has evidently struck a boom. The following nice notice of the mar Lii'K Jarman, the colored man who riage of a prettr young lady, formerly of was so frightfully mangled by being run this placa, to a late cilltjn ofCrab Orchard, over br a switch engine at Rowland, died appeara in Wednesday's Courier Journal: shortly after being removed to his home Mr. T, II. Siunders and MIu Bessie Harris lodged in jail this were married at 7 o'clock yesterday mornSheriff Menefee ing at the residence of the bride's father, week Green Cates, from the New Rtyer No. 1,824 West Chestnut section, who was indicted at the last court Mr. H. T. Harris, wounding a street. Tbe ceremony was witnessed by for maliciously shooting and only immediate friends and relatives, and man named Green, was performed by Rev. Dr. Granville Wal The L. A N. employees at the Rowland ler, of ZIon Episcopal churck. The bride depot, for whom Link Jarman used to was dressed in a traveling costume of gray work, furnished a $45 coffin and paid all tricot cloth, trimmed with cords and velvet, the expenses of his burial. He was a fa- wrap to macb, trimmed with ostrich feathvorite with them, as well as highly thought ers and a hat of gray felt, trirrmed with of by overybody. tips and velvet. After the wedding a pleasA erLKHDiD silver water service was pre eented to Mrs W. H Miller by Messrs. E. H. Bornalde, M. C Portman and D. It Carpenter in token of their appreciation of her husband's services in the prohibition campaign, he having declined remunera tion therefor. side, and being alone in the house he didn't slop to investigate. Rushing breathlessly out of tbe back door and down the street, he met, to his great relief, Uucle Sid Myers, who waa on bia way to Mr. Stagg's house to eogsge In a social game of cachre with him and some other friends. He says Stsgg wasn't able to recover himself for ten min utes, so great was bis fright. Ho was so overjoyed to ree him, tbe biggest ma'n in town, at that time, that be threw hit arms around him and could hardly be indacsd to let go. Unrle Sid Mid something also about there being a window ft neck. Wbalwas ltr8lTs or "rats? Dr. D.iviR,"su(.rlnisadect of publlo instruction," has moved into the office formerly occupied by J. B. Fish. Rev. Duncan, of the M, E. Church, Soutb, will preach a the church Sunday at 11 O ClOCb! Sinn Nnnilav. nlnkt , '..., h. B. Smith, who has been sellnir an city attorney, has resigned, No one has been appointed to fill the vacar-.Sam Ward, wbo has been living at Wo will from till, dale ....(11 further uollco sell everj tl.nK in Livingston for several years, moved to Crab tho Jewelry Iiuo AT COST. Ournfock night. Orchard one day this week. The county of Jewelrj SllvorwHro Tbe colored Methodist church at Paris dislikes to give up s tmod a citizen as Mr and Clocks Incomplete and the latest Mjlc Von need not HHk has decided to Iry all its members who voted Ward has proven himHf to be. tho ofthlH slaughter; It iHonoHgh IO kuow against prohibition at the late election. niBt tMa ln Cash Cummins and Jim Ed Poctor your opportunity. There are some white brethren who would both had their dwellings and most of their beat prescriptive they could. llrlnK the money lthyon. We will poalilfely nell household goods consumed by fire one day only for -- Rev. A. 8. Mtffitt will not go to last week. The citi-z- s CA3h. merchants and other Springfield next Sunday, as announced, but of this place contributed liberally to will preach here instead, morning and night. their call for assistance. He was the recipient yesterday of a wagon-loa- d -- Mr. Simon Hlglns and Mrs. Will of good things sent by tbe members of Denton, of Kfrksville.and Mrs. Will Wsl his church as a Thanksgiving remeu-raoce- . lace, of Paint Lick, i!ted Mrs. 8 . Parris. tbe first'of the weak. Mrs. Willis Mop n Rsv. J. M Erans, tbe Adams and children a'e visiting relatives In Pretbyterlan evsngelist, and his efficient Garrard. Miss Virgie Rsppert smarted yea assistant, Bro. Joe H. Hopper, cloeed last terday to Wasbineton Citr. wli ah will Friday night a series of mestings at Betbel peod tbe winter with her brother. F. H Churcb, Tsylor county, which followed a Reppert 8he Kent by Mt. Steriine to loin series at Cimpbellevllle There were 63 ad Mrs. Reppert, wbo will accompany her. -ditions at Ctmpbellsville and 40 at Bethel. Miss Doalor In- Annie Holmes, one of Crab Orchard's At the two places they had 115 confessions, loveliest, is visiting M ss Cleo Williams. and they raised $265 for evangelistic work List winter. Johnnie Green, a little neLebanon Standard. gro living in town, had hia feet frozen, which rendered him helpless. lie wis LAND. STOCK AND CROP en to the poor-houand soon after he was there It became necessary for his feet to be -- Car load fresh Salt at T. R. Wanted -- 600 barrels of corn. Wear amputated, which was d ne, and he got well He was brought to town this fall at en A Menefes. James Duddirar bought 10 head of the court of claims. The doctor's and the poor house keeper's claims amounted lo 770 pound cattle at $3 60, E. C. Montgomery bought of B. W about $100. Afler all of this trouble and expense to the county no steps have been Gaines 42 149 pound hogs at $3 65. Now Is the time to buy extra fine taken to send him back to the poor house; Shorthorn bulls cheap of A. M. Feland. " jast left here on the street crawling round. Oood Farm Horse for sale. Apply to He will be Jttj apt to to death this T. R.Walton, corner Main and Somerset winlrr. streets. The woman, Mrs Kennedy, is J. E. Bruce bonght of Joslah Simmons atill coLfioed in jail. She hns been taken 1,000 hogs, at $3.80 per to the asylum but they refused lo take her. The reason given was because tbey did nit Journal. Tne Louisville cattle market is dull at have room. The stale makes a provision 1 to 4.30; hogs are firm at 3J to 4 15; sheep for such people and if it is not ample it should be made so. The jailer says she do. at 1 to 3. Dr. C. R Mason bought of J W. Vat will not live long as the baa to be kept fa a andall, a car load of corn at $1 50 per bar cell. Mrs. Kennedy is about 00 years old. Her maiden name was Rsbeccs J Roberts. rel, delivered. An old farmer rays that slsrktd lime She married John and after his dea'h kept in troughs where hogs are fed will pre married Tom Kennedy. 8.'nre his elh she bss been runnin? sboul over tbe coun vent cholera every time. Her relatives discarded her and I Wanted, 100.000 bushels of Irish pota try. toes on cars at Stanford, Ky. Address J suppose this is pirtly the cause of her insanity. She has a brother and some sons A. Ferrell, Shelby City. Ky. -- Zick Elkln, 8r.,sold to E. F. Craig, of who are Uring in this county now. Tennessee, 16 two your-ol- d mules at $100 KW ArtVKRTHKaEHTh. per bead. Winchester Democrat. Mr. J. B. Honaker told to J C John ston, of Boyle, 21 bead of 2 yesr old cattle, weighing 1,110 pounds, at 3 BASK STOCK FOK SALE. Standard. I will sell tt public tale at Stanford, Monday, Lehman A Brothers, of Baltimore, December 6th, 16S0, CouDty Court Day, IS ibuca of Tooraas and Wm. Muir CO head of ttock lathe Flnt Nat'l Bink of Stanford. Will of cattle, averaging 1,600. at $4 15 per cwt. sell aharea In slot. jr. if. I'ltOCTEIt, t Dantllle, K- -. Lexington Press, A Southern exchange states that Nn Orleans receives annuully about 20,000 bales of the mos grown in the Southern A portable Lano .1 Hod ley atsndard uw mill swsmps, and valued at $175,000. and (iuuell steam eogiue In complete order. Has Aside from the cruelty of the present a capacity for tawing 7.000 feet per dsy. Ii located near tbe Clnclnuatl Southern Railway vhtre system of branding cattle the annroximate there la an abundance ol of fins tlmlr. Termi tn a. jinnriK a en.. damsgo for the whole country annually, sc ult. Kog-Iilliii- g. Kings Mountain, Ky. I33. cotding to a recent tatimate, is cvr $4,- - THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED THE CHANCE IS YOUJRS. r J. i y. ; 1 JPeiiny & lVXcAlistei. well-know- ft wimi tk se W-ltin- V. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, frz TINWARE, cr-z- y owL-fLanc- -utsr Ier QUEE1VSWARE, Confections, Tobaccos, Oigai's, COR MAIN & SOMERSET STS. New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs Dates, Prunes, &c, now in stock. cent--Lb-an- on pur-chas- td IS-- aroit SAiiE. j. Salt, Imrd Cans and Jara, Butcher Knives, anil other things nsctl in 000,000. Farmers take notice these sacks you have, branded Wcaren A Mencfce, are not A beautiful building lot on Main Street Stai- yours. Why don't you return them? They lord, Ky.,oppotlte the Female College: the moat bought and paid for them and want them. desirable location In the city for htndiome res idence Apply to JOIIXIl. CIZAMG, Btan- Are you acting honsst to keep them? ford, Ky., or ITJf. CRAIG, Carlisle, A. T. Nunnelley bought of L, M. Laa-lelTJ-- u 35 shoats at $3.30; a lot from S. J. Em-brat same price and another from Jimos Hiatt at 3. He also bought 11 head of The GhampionHorse cattle of James L, Btck for Am tho. ttma ttr flilTl and mnnav sasm mA .- I hate so rent to pay, I will gtre my customers $2.35. adrantage of good work at very low prices. I will Fred Harris, Jr., has purchased from make great reduction for cash tn precis, Levi nubble the jack Brigham Young, by Home Shoeing, Co Mi, ss ffcntu or 61 ijrx have to Halt JX Month. AH Prince, 3 ycara old and 15 hands hicb. for kinds ol produce taken In exchange for work. Be- done Ealrlogorsll kindtrottingneatly and In good style. $650. P. C. A W. W. Sandidi-and harneea bones a have de nMlaltv. Pltnttnff fmm t f a U Iltl.... livered to John Limb 25 cattlo. Thev av for wagon, f 7; making new tire and putting on 3. eraged 1,500 pounds and were sold about u,uc( .ui im i'iu)jutuuu. APKUKirg dit inenas lor their kind patronage In the put, I solicit tbs two months ago at 4J cents. Dinvllle Ad- same In the future. Ken-tuck- y. y y 900-poult: e 1TOR SAIs-E- ! :FLZ:FS. CSTIvl bo obliRed erlDR by 5 o'clock. IVXAIUC 3EItIOE3S xvi t I 1 Shoerl orcjl.ir .hey uouldHe.nl their orderi.o HAItOXIV, to my Customers, who th en Koods sleliv. a u iu deliv T. K WALTON, Lntcor JVJontloello, Cleric. H. C. RUFX.EY, MEIIOIIAKT TAILOR. -- vocate. WALTF.Il FIELDS, JU., Tits banks, the schools and some others obiervod Thanksgiving yesterday by taking a rest, but the day was far from being gen erally observed as a holllday, The fact Is most of us Knights of Labor are too busy for such vanities and have to do our thank ing between hard licks. A r The turkey shooting was well attended ma yesterday. Messrs. F. L. Thompson, Thos. Taylor and Bennett Joplln, of Mt. Vernon came down on the early morning train and left at noon, taking with them 23 birds that they had shot between thtm. It wont do to fool with those fellows. Unless Judge Morrow excepted tho he has found no Wayna court-hou- se room so fnr in his district that culls rnnrt him and he has accordingly ordered changes involving expenses that in tome cases at least are not necessary. We atked a couple of lawyers yesterday to show us tbe law under which he acts, but they could not'do so and said they knew of none. One county it least if HI test Ibe judge's authority in tl o in t ant breakfast was served, wnen the couple took tbe "Palmetto" sleeper on the 8 30 o'clock train over the L. A N. for Florida The grfiom is a wholesale grocer of Orlan do, Fla , and it a gentlemen of excellent business and social qualities. Tbe bride is not only a very handsome young lady, but has bstrayed considerable literary talent through a number of poems that have appeared from time to timo in the Courier-Journand other papers. The bride and groom met last summer at a watering place and fell in love at first sight. Mr. Saunders afterward visited his summer sweetheart at her father's house, and the atTair ripentd into a genuine love match. The bride was well and favorably known here and carries many good wishes to her Florida home. DEATHS. At Winchester on Monday 1.500 cattlo were on the market, and although the prices were low, the sales ere heavy. They ranged all the way from $2 to $3 80 ner cwt. Lee A Wakefield, of Boyle, bought about 300 head. Seventy medium Garrard county cattle brought $3 25, considered low. Twenty seven head of cattlo brought $2 60. There is no doubt but that the buyers had the ad vantage in the market and were able to keep tbe prices down Tbe horse and mule trade was brisk at low figures. At Kits' stable four hortid hcnn $110 to $275; five mules at $S0 to $135 Arcade stables four horses $110 to $150, four mules $105 to 850-pou- I hare rcceWed and itlll receiving SALE OF PERSONALTY We will offer St public suction on the oremlwa of tbe late Mrs. Chris. Engleman, New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising tbe best In tbe market, which will be ON SATURDAY, DEO. 1, 1SSG, All tbe porionat property, conilatlnz of 8 work Mules. I sood work liorae. 1 cood fimllr Hone. 3i Cattle, Including 12 2year.oldi, SO good Sboatf , 100 good Ewes, bred to Southdown iiuckt, 200 barrels Corn, 4W buihsli threshnd Oats. 20 stacks bay, Uoutehold and Kitchen Furniture, Including a nice parlor set and relTet carpet, farming Implement embracing s rood liludtrand Mower. Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Eooond to Mono in City or Country. Glvo Me a Trial. "DEI. O- - S.TJ&JLiTcTSr. $135.-8- un. Ac , Ar. TERMS. Klnety days on til anma of $10 and over; under that amount cash. Qjod negotiable note bearing interest ana pirable st tbs Firmera National Bank ol Stanford will bs required bsfore (emoralof propsrty. . I.-I It. UAUllIN, e 180-- Jt Wall Paper, r to commence at 10 o'clock, anarp. T. F.EXGt.EUAN, JA8l-Sal- Mrs. Cornelius Traylor, the beloved mother of tbe numerous Taylor brothers in this vicinity, died Tuesday at an advanced age. That she waa a good woman is abun dantly shown in the character of children she raised, all of whom are worthy and useful citlz ins. She reaps her reward In heaven, The United States government printa different oorta of hooka every your and is tbe largest publisher in the world. Orsr in pnn it-- t- - ,-t v - v . made in a marriage ceremony performed in Brooklyn, N.Y. Toe groom and his best man took their placet near the chancel rail on entering the church from the vestry. The bride came in on her father's arm, aecended tho steps, still holding his arm; the groom stood partially facing her. The couple maintained these positions, surrounded by maids and ushers, during the first part, of the ceremony. At the words "Who giveth this woman to this man?" the father led the bride forward and with a bow, surrendered her to the groom, who led her forward, the couple taking their places direct ly facing the minister. The effect of the change was recognized as very beautiful and appropriate, tho father keeping the daughter at hh side until he gavo her to ' ,, '. ... ' ! ,! k C'ir'v.Ian Union. A novel and pretty change was TIIC TUOKOCGIIIIRCD Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, HOLSTEINFREISIANBULL MARQUIS OF A1ELINE. This line Dull will aland the aeason menced at my atable on tbe lincaiter now com. Pike, on e nair mueirom ntaniora uurt uoiuo, at 03 tno season, wl'h ibe privilege o! breeding the cow un til mecowproreiiacau. money uuo wnen cow Is first seryed. Marquis of Adeline's aire, Herbert, his aire Imported Apollo and Dam Imported (Southern Beau- . . . .... . . in .. uariiuii 01 Auurue um, auoiido, cci lira Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady FUh-e- r. For further particulars u to pedigree ace Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREIVT, Stanford. Tbefiest Waterproof Coat. This Is a Tery fine youoe Bull from s celebrated family ot milkers Including the cow Echo, tbe greatest of hir day: her owner having-- refused 923,-U- )0 for her. lead as the boat Or the family, and a crots wi th the Shorthorn produces a Trr fine animal. I will buy all the main calrea bsgotten by tbta Bull atgojd pilccs dellrerel at weaning time. . 3IWI.I.KU, Is". liit-t- t Tbe IIolateln-Frelsla- n cattle hare taken tbe te?S3's. SLICKER TkAtfionnniKTitTirrniia tbt) t V b MTsirtbrtUr.U). 5ui.Mil, Uy. ;..r:..fw.... wrriitd wavtmrofif. and will kttD TOO dry In bardcil tora. Thi niwrOMlUhBUCKTRU Kent) rttt.ttfM wltktUuiMril. ltimroflmlUt(oDi. . a". ss.fiRrafid'ltrSlMi ttr TlflI .: u -..i....-- , i. i, Pr(l - ' r nrpr ""MtV-- 'Wl u j BMM StoiMBMoSntmor Jonnwl lN A churchyard quaint . and-qCp- : i JM4 CONFEDERATE v. SHOES. ' VIOLIN. Otutly. beaeath bar perfect rounded chin, Tho instrument U clasped, as mothers hold Across their hearts a iquch toted child, to fold It from tho world ot misery aad alo. a country Which dispenses with ' la a cHurchyard quaint and oM, At a feeble f ather'a sldo Walked a maid at Sabbath tk! Ej as of blue aad locks of gold,, .Dear to toe. iir inn ann. the services of lawyers. GROTESQUE EXPEDIENTS RESORTED TO DURING THE CIVIL WAR. ri' tf l j-- y li . K J he draws tho bow across the string, to win TO life tbo tones now soft, bow stroBg and bold, A Wooden Shoo One or the First InCitizen' -- tight to Arrett Stlmnlat-la- g In a churchyard quaint aad old (Vut prcr breathing tome grand truth untold) By tbo sea, ventions Patented Under tlio Confederan Obttlnato Witness The "Can-gnThat dormant lies within the violin. Stands a beadstono In the tucmy acy Wooden Ilottoms In General Use. Collection or Debt Capital Tub And the maiden sleeps bcloiv, O, mystery of music, wondrous art! Carven text and marblocold, Material for Uppers. Ithment Sotnetlmea Met liy Proxy. The sympathetic violin but steals Sad to mo. Tho dearth of leather also drovo tho people The lores and hatea that dwtll within her heart may bo of interest to know that in ona It The very hopef. tho voguo deatrea sho foci In the churchyard quaint and otl,i Bole to all sorts of grotesque expedients. country, and tbo largest ono at that, there And at tho bow's quick touch they rise and start Bytfee sea, leather, especially, owing to tho difficulty In melody that Inmost aoul reveals. art no lawyers. The methods of reaching a They will bury me some day which the small tanneries experienced in iU V,I Htrodlth Mchoboa, conclusion in questions of law in the Chinese Dy tfee maid I love alway, N. BID PIATT, LOUISVILLE. cvnvtitrilnn rn ATtmmi1v imrm Wiwf. empire aro perhaps too direct and speedy to There beside bcr.hallojmd mold long boon worn to a limited exwhich bd " Rest for mo. LIFE OF A STREET CAR HORSE, require the intervention of that profession. tent by tho slaves in somo localities, now JUnna Irvtojr In New York Graphic Thcro is no trial by jury and no continued camo into general uo in the making of shoes. llotlrctl I'rom I'libllo Service After Five eases or long accumulated dockets. There DEMAND FOR or Six Vrara and Tlieii Sold. EXPENSIVE WOODS. A wooden shoo was among tho very first inaro no circuits or specially convened courts ventions patented under tho Confederate to dispose of accumulating causes. Tho beginning country U divided Into threo Jurisdictional What a Dealer Sara on tho Subject. government In tho nmvnlli.1 a consider- - ally ruins tho constitution of the car homo I cliavwta mI1a I IM Uiia WUUIU ilrvitfc nrotan.l ti bnnnr. )mfc tiut faAf tAiln French Walnut, Ebony and Hoionod. UU4U t'nrlnrtf rf 7uax awwu vitli1 VIUUVUI IWIJ VI districts, with a Judicial head for each, and "The finest and costliest wood imported to do no better than dig out a rudo wooden that, after enjoying publlo life for five or six theso in turn are subdivided into smaller dis iuo retirement is E, H. tricts, with local resident, magistrates, who this country is French walnut," said n Brook- receptacle for tho foot, a travesty on tho ji'ui?, iucj iiiv iviti-tircsldo permanently in tho courts, or "ya lyn lumber dealer to a reporter. "Tho de- sabot worn by tho French peasants, a strip of sometimes congenial, but oftcner not Many mand for fino woods is increasing yearly. leather boing attached to tho top by means of learned men believe that a horro is wtaor in mens," as they aro called, and aro ready at Thia Old Well - Known any hour of tho day or night, tho year round, Walnut which Is supposed to be imported which tho clog was secured to tho ankle. But a quiet way than eomo human beings. If to hear nnd decido any and all cases, civil from Franco In realltv comi from nrlr.nr.nl by far the best nnd most comfoi tablo style, this is true, does not tho young colt, Kanjpcr-in- g Still iU about at will in tho field of Its first countries. It is very expensivo and will bear nnd ono which Was adopted whenever tho adand criminal, that may como up. High JlopatftJlM, ' no wasting. Of course, many Imltatloas of ditional leather required was to bo had, was a owner, dream of tho days of caso which will There. aro no established police opart from tho army and navy. All cities aro inclosed tho wood aro in the market, but they can sluiplo solo of ash, willow or so;uo light wood, follow tbo years of work to como! It has tho Th(troiltrnTtr varies. U narrtl el purity, "twiaiBta that in substantial walls with four gates, or en- quickly bo detected by tho oxpert Expenalvo to which full leather uppers were fastened exnmplo of Its mother. This good soul, for strength dJ bolromenM8. A More economic! "f'f "slh?1,1ii8econtl t0 no Country trances, and these aro closed at 0 o'clock at and fino woods como to this country In logs. with tacks. At first theso were so thick, in twenty years or more, aided tho fanner iu than the ordlosrr klodi, and cn not b tola Hotel in the State in iu Sate, night, and a guard of soldiers placed on duty Tho logs nro first placed iu cellars, where thoy order to Insure durability, that nniong their plowing tho soil, Or In harvest tlmo stored cemptnltonwlththt laullltadaof low irat .abort wcltfbl phophU powJora. SolJoalf Appointments, or Atton. to prevent any ono from passing in or out ore subjected to tho action of steam until various other effects was that of adding very tho hay in his barn. Bho Is now enjoying tho uoi, aluoi or KovalRakimo FowDKa Ce, la leisure which sho has so hardly earned. tion to Comfort of without o passport Every citizen has tho thoy liecomo quite soft Thoy nro then placed 106 Wall etrt, Kcw York Tho day nrrivca w,hcn colt nml mother their Oueiti. right to arrest on offender on tho spot, and it under tho sharpest kind of a knlfo nnd shaved ! Later on it was found better to moko tho off Into thick or thin slices, whichever may sole thinner, nnd protect them from wearing must part Tho firmer U taken to tho city is no uncommon sight to seo a commotion in JESSE J. THOMPSON, bo desired. For veneers tho sheets thus by nailing on their bottoms light Irons', simi- nnd sold to a railroad company, whilo the tho street cnusod bv n mflrrlinnr. or -- hnnm-n nfJ?.6!?1lJi''41,u',Al0 ofrowtb 4i of an inch in width. It Is lar in shaK to a horseshoe They are ncccs- - latter pursues tho even tenor of her life, leading somo luckless dovil to tho ofllco of tho shaved ore THE TONSOJUAL ARTIST. Oniv When tho WOOtl Is RTlft. nml nllntiln flinf- euriiy mo iiui&iuofc tj CowBreliiirraTrferi. TU lUrwlil yi.ur that tho lost ono will return. wurn, announcmandarin, or magistrate, to lodgo a com6harlganJ Hair Cutting dona la Ois lattit plaint, nhlch consists simply in relating tho tho shaving process can bo carried out If ing tho approach of their wearers at a good Vnm .hope' Tho colt whlvh at four yenrs of brahdi or hloaori aad Cisan. f ho wood was cold and hard it w ould" be tjl. Lsdlrs atd Children siren particular ., t lieu ino air ms vicar nnu jui'iL-iiiui uviuc, uuu.vuiup niui nope, enround (usutuce. transgression of tho defendant LlMm to sliavo it into tho thiii pieces ds tho ground frozen ono was by this means ters tho service ot a railroad company. No Tho magistrate immediately convenes court and asks tho defendant to explain himself. If sired. Tho extremely thin sheets nro used kept well npprbed of tho movements of his more lor ntm win cow bolu jingle, Jso more Immediate neighbors. Especially did their will hn feel tho caressing noso ot his mother DR. W. D. PEI?WY, ho does not nt one confess, w htch Is generally for picture frames." "What is tho yoluo of French walnutr telltale clatter inako them tho abomination of on his forehead, or sniff DENTIST, hay or tho caso, a process of tho most rigid 'direct "Fino specimens of tho wood havo como ns the negro in his nocturnal ramble. To tho lvirtako of fresh inwn n-rInttniil nt tir1 questioning brings out the story. If 'tho witKontuolcy. To aty poiMn rrtulitlne ui ness does not talk with a fluent tongue a lit-tl-p high as $2 a pound. Ebony is, perhaps, 03 dismay of nervous people and careful hounh pleasures he must jog wt fen tly In front of, a costly as Freuch walnut It often brings ns wives, their effect Indoors was something tercar, with n nearred vqteniu for k cpjnpiuilon. stimulant Is administered in tho ante-rooinliib shapo of a well seasoned bamboo ap- much as $300 n ton, that is, of courso, provid- rific, though after Irons camo into veguo and nnl nfter fivo years' scrvlco finds liimsdf plied not infrequently on tho bare back. This ing tho wood is of tho finest quality. Fivo lessened tlio impacting surfaco tho clatter broken clown and useless. Between fivo nml IVeadlKBd the never falls to elicit tbo facts in tho case. Such dollars a jwund is often asked and received was toned down to something under the ftjvoa yvcu& U tho average llfo of a cur lionn penalty as is judged proper is then pro- for exceptionally lino pieces. Rose wood and trnmpof ahorse. It or were they much less Somo havo been used by tlio comjnuy for ten Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal nounced and executed on tho spot Thcro is mahogany aro iwpuloyvoodj on are always datructivo to floors, uliilo carets him ply did years or more but iueh are rare cas. a 1. .. tmt Liko an ornnge, tho juteoof which has been &a iu uciiiiuiu. auo uess waaoga ay comes irom i nut vau. in 4i.aI uufcu. f criiiu aiiiuaviiiLr-I. no anneal. iiji'ii tM m TYsvaam aa.i Ravi ,. uuiijui nimlnm And tka Kev Vrk WorU on.ynranJ a LOCKED IX THE "CAJfOCE." lununwu IS nu.lll irOIIl i blng and scouring of a quarter century, their sucked, th4 car horso tlien, after five 'years of faithful service, Is condemned and sold for n Tho most common casc3 are thoso of petty threo to six cVnts a pound. Tor choice cabi- ' marks are yet to Imj seen in somo houses. pittance. Tho JG00 horse pf fivo yearn ago Is hbmrt or rss USE OF WOODE.V 110TT0JIS. Odi.-- oaLancMttr itrtii.text door to Ivta- pilfering, and tho pennlty in such coses con- net work imported woods are tho best, but j o I KIOB JOCRXAL OQCT. OQ'S OUtt (rODI 8 tO 1 J A Thousoof wooden bottoms for choeiswas mo 5w or even $5 Horse of sists In a given number of lashes and so many many pieces of furniture nro made from M, ami to s r. M Auwibcilc t Jaj'nliierJ whtr woods such as ah, maplo and black wa- . by no means confined to tho negroes. Tlioy Horses which have outlived their usefulness days in tho "cangue." This is a square wooden llM-1r- .l wvroworn by tho majority of Inlwring peo- aro sold nt auction at prices ranging from ocarT. yoke, about two feet across, with nn opening lnut In many houses of tho wealthy fino imported woods are used for flooring. Expen- ple, us well as by many of both sexes who $$0 to fli) and W. Occasionally n poor aniJ"b?,B h"lTT 'a tht eidlnarr aia,. in.tho center to fit around ttie neck. This is W. II. MILLUn. it GEO 8. CAnPENTEIt. adjusted and locked, and a wnx seal Is affixed sive? Well, yes, but men don't figure tho had Ixxm reared in ndluenco. Tho scarcity of mal is in such bad condition that it caimot bo cost when tho things they pay for lonutify sold nt any price. Ileing useless, tho horho Is tbo last winter of tho war drove families Into Hho In such a wny that tho yoke cannot bo ro MMV7"ma,",.r.nei,M",r ,b" ' Jinny Brooklynltes whom I them, excrpt tho little feet which could not shot nnd It lioutw nllr to bleach, ort the moved wit., 'breaking tho seal. The con- their homes. W. P. V ALTOS, Sl.DtMd, KT. vict is then reoa. I to mtml lm 1iw.ll.. f might name havo wholo floors covered with bo trusted to steer such craft, but bore their odorifrqwi soil of Uarrtn iiland. The horses parquet work or w ood flooring. This kind of sliaro of martyrdom by Iwlng imprisoned in a salnhlo c mdiiion are bought by huck his crlmo fcr tho nj time, say thirty to liters, pel llr , rag ru n anl others, wlw 31EAL 1 S TATE sixty days, at the end ut whn.li term ho re- flooring- - is well enough in summer, but In throughout the livelong dreary months. miner it is very com. oucu Kind 01 HOOnng turns to the "court," and tho seal Is examureal skiii ami couiiou were requuite to treat tiam hindh or otberMhe, noeording to keep afoot ill wooden bottoms ntalL A queer tlseirwvei9"U'tK. Qik of lie yrmrlpal ined nnd, if all right, removed. Thero are no makes halls and vestibules very attractive." i.ucoLx ty.ui ' spectacle it was, too, to soo one' fellow bilhgs ' reasons for the pruiutf are ago of ear lKr& Is jails, and It would bo worth a man's llfo to Brooklyn Eaglo Interview. tamper with tho seal or attempt lo eseaie. It , stepping gingerly around, as If there were , that at all limes whifeuii duty they are com-- . Ktit,ortr First ballad-a- l AN AMERICAN ABROAD. Is a common sight In any Chlneso city to see to step suddenly nnl w(th but llttlo Uffli.aul- - aid MU Hint. unirunl miglvlug ns to tho safenei of .the uittuvUraib flutife." . . . . .1.,.. i. j.. 1 arms, tbcsojnen, with sullen, subdued countenances, Itdtt4lns learner xh fliwt vmjktii inmuneni nni a uno lorgei nu urn lent "un"8. rarui eiiui. nml mayliU wck tarwi la Tioud of Ills Own Countrj-IIo- iv KaanMMy. !. n(v I WoqHult trffect and U nt ii1nnM.l liv Ika rn.r IIo with finirm standing Idly en the streets, tho umvelcomo nn and ltaldiM. Tlmtr aad Miami 1joJ far ShortMUnd Qdckcatfiuato from Oe Stirred Vp a Itcd Headed L'nglUinnii. cynosure of passers by. but never Ids first III5U on or, to l nccu- - whlUnwjt louks and general' lackadaisical rale en cowoiImIoh, tial Xenturtj to ail PoiuU Kortb, "Thoso fellows over thcro'Uon'f know how-tror furiber iMitltuian itad Jar prtaied dierlr Collection of debts is nQt under the cogni-zanc- o rate, his first abduction by wooden lottoms. appearan of many horses seen ilaily on the Lat, 7ot nnd Sontliwesl. get up newspapers," said Btnte Senator If tho soles, whirh, in a clumsy attempt to fit , afreets of Urooklya Tlrooklyn Eagle. tlon of thli reetlea and of prfrtl lr !. of tho courts. , If a man sell goods Sn Kut Ub Bftwirn IM.Jiu credit ho takes his chances of getting his pay. Cullen tho other day, speaking of hisexpcrl-enc- o inoiooi were auajK-- into rocBera, werooiice . across tho briny. "But you ought to set In motion, they A strictly cash basis in all commercial How l:hln lttMlucc Tliclr Vulifhl. persisted in Inexorably ItKXJtVGTO.V A QlXmXSA-Ztransactions is tho result Tho credit system seo tho peoplo edgo away from mo when they liiin, ujiv iui nuiu, "TllOt Li tlltt unr IIimt .VUH.U lUU itil,-4- it 111 imceiKliug - r.iim ..v.u, is practiced only where tho fullest confidence saw I was reading a Xow York paper. But uiuii, mi unuuii was uiierjy w "w"?iiBnneitierair;iiKioUjtruny. Bbt.lL)e la Bffpi i,jr It, Utt. ion, enu notn- Is felt, and credits oven then aro low, nnd ono I used to spread it out so that everybody ing short of mi ascent or n fall could arrest j A crowil hrvl gatheml alout ono of tho stall juunro k iwy uesiroys ono s chances for any imuiu tw me name oi mio paper, nud I would them. However, in timo thoy became com nt t,lu w,t end of th-- . hcrje tier. Within was Sw". Hi.' i future credit Tho "sitting out" method of put It In my pocket folded so that everybody narativolv mnnairenLle. 0110 rviltiitr nlibt in a luaamfltcnt t laouiv bntlt rimirimr i.,.r, tt0oru-Uci- i. lo j. collecting small debts i? practiced. I went could seo the New York date, and when it chooso his own jiath, ns well us to have solne feeding nt n cnli and almost trotulliig upon a l)Illy iK' J.-1:.. threo different times in tho course of ono day wasn't enough I would write tho naino ""'""i siswv til Btujiiu;w. nf n vtj at in) 1'irnimi aj, lull ItllgUl hi Louisville & Nashville E. R. I ix, OoTlBjIeO.. ' 10 a re to a shoo mender to get my boot cobLfed, and America' In big letters nnd leave it sticking Upjwrs were made of such random pieces ' t,M 10w rawon tlm floor .ajijarmtly in great " PaJatPuit . .,. 8 4tf am 3 JlpB TIIC UEtUT tho shoemaker was absent and a stranger sat out of my pocket, so that everybody would of leather, or of anything bearing tlio faint- - ngony. ,'IIo,afitUngoveradruntJ wMone, " Crulhl.r. 110 4) am iv ispB 4Sp U bo sure to know that I was from America. esttemblance speechless and glum in tho shoemakerls bench. arr. I'rh II of leatlier, as could Imj lighted "Tbat man irf hurt; that horse lias fcteppml on " Ixlnjiea lH J aia i10 40 p ia IS p Itf THROUGH Urgent appeals to tho lady of tho house No 'English, you know,' about me. Thoso on. Carriage curtoiiM and bugg-tojIQpto iT.w 10 p 18 were : him," said aiwiltor, a Wnevohuit oH elicited the information that her "old man" aristocrats over thero go qbont with coats of nccepteblc. hre. VuiK 11 roam 10 41 In somo cases old morocco I man, who at tempted to open the door and pci Hi pn Arr. 10 III- K12 SO pain Up arms embroidered on their coat sleeves, so ( pocuouxoK3 were owed the farmer n little bill and ho was waita me in-- i irom xurtuer injury, converted into children s iataiauna.. .. 7 13 pa ing for his money and ho waited until the thnt everybody would know their 'standing.' bhoes, whilo many ladles managed to fashion ' "u JPB "Stead " laoeailar that stall," "said agi-uf- l "I was riding ono day inn car In England themselves ., sort of moccaMn debtor paid him in order to get rid of him. " btnlorJ ... 0 OOjuaj voico U'lilinlj out evei 4iiA n When controverbies nriso as to the dividing with my companion, a Third avenuo plumber, moot heterogeneous and unpromlilnc of the nw,i Lt. lUehluoBXH wpw running rneo loforo! mate- '""" lino between estates, opplleation is mado to and wo were talking about that blarsted rials. Air. Brea U03 to tho carelesd wight who suf- - ' Ho went Into tlio stall and asked the boy nnu tho magistrate, who sends a committee of his country, when a redheaded Englishman, fered hLssadillml linrri tn ctnnii m MAik i.n I what he wnntal. ' Writer" lin nimvl Tl. JJTll,oa .ooaiai .. i official attaches, of whom every officer has a w ith a coat of arms on his sleeve, sitting next ruurcu, sioro or postonico alter mghtfalll man laid back tho thick woolen blankets with Honrn.Docsn WO. t Ko. 11 j Ko I "iuu, uu inquire into tlie case, and to me, upoko up nnd snld: 'I am Sir James iiio cnancos were that when ho went to which tbo ixy was covered. About his body Pullman Palace Sleepers. if tho caso is complicated they most generally opence.I loouou at him In disgust and rewere heavy t mount ho would find that bomo one had sweaters. Tlio boy striko a general average and plant comer plied, striking my breast: 'I nm a New I.rfl. hlrlnjiton. himself on his oIIkmv with difficulty, his saddle rklrts for sole leather, stones which are painted white; and this Yorker.' I went on talking to my companion, " lirfra .. . .. io sr ., Unless he had foretalled sneli nn net livnn. swallowed the little water allowed him and I.otiltn ilic Arr. KlchtninJ . . 11 41 ain j when pretty soon ho Rn. ko up again; is final. There is no appeal. M (o iiNlniilo, 'I nm propriatlng them to that end himself. At- - sank back tm fit-bl- as n child. I.ve. ItdwIaaiCi. Sir James Spenee.' I 1: CAPITAL Why do you say lantic Jlonthly. IB i tv "Howcigtw 11?," said the man iu charge, i 5ICItt)lllM. IncutrM. II ta . Capital punishment is tho severest nonnltv tQ ma you nro Sir Jam 3 SpcncoJ I am an "and ho got in train down to 110. It makes AtlanlK, Air. J'Jchmond.. II 00 aw ,..:', American, anil I uon't understand such tnll-- 1 for malefactors, and n t t 'em weak whflo tliey are swmtfng, but when Wiero i:iigU!i MaimorH nro Cidcd. .liojiloiiiory, Lvo. Klehmond .. J 10 p mi S 0) L " to discover, there was no spiffed dcgnes or .Up ,dreflQntl-- : 'Sir, would thoy Arr. Tlio Union club enjoys tho reputation 10 pj a ia' LIUlo KocK, Arr WlncncjUr.... a SO pra TOO ami .... ta 'JTO underatand I am Sir James ISpcncc, of ' they get out of tlm woolein and lgin to eat classes of crimes which fell under pick up strength quickly." t 00 a iu having nn extraordinary number of rich I item .llolillu ituil Aeu OrleaitiH. visions, its enforcement depending more on ""JUUU,,,W'1NI . mv rn.il. J XT Lto. L3lnloa Z. The bullet headed oolorud rider said after-ward-s 4J p iu 7 j . .1.- '"" m 2 41 pa "t , memuers; out It has also a great many , 0 p in S?0a ia' S to pin Lf Parti uii;uM umuuranu uie general sur- witti tttuuo mo man, aim i said: 'Z am a New oncb ns ftnanrtally docaynl families.poor ' t'rnihlana.. 3 t'i p im 8 It 103 In thot he i educed hU WTeight from 118 to roundings than upon tho crimo per so Yorfcor, and I don't care w ho you aro. I havo abounds Inofold IB Sil in 4 17 pm Or!; one change lo " Palmoulh .... 4 47 p 10 01 ia ft IS put ii hours. Phlladefohla I'ree and elderly men, the young been looking everywhere to seo if I could AVillful murder, piracy and confirmed find men being comparatively very Atr. OoTlnjloa . .. BOO p in thieves n gun that you had so a ml 0 4J pm nil! fow. Hetwccn i taken from us, but I don't the two n fall uuder the headsman's ax. Infanticide Jlad Luck In tt lint. cordial feeling of dislike exists. howuver, is not included as murder. The find one anvw here. Vnn .i. ExchuIvoneiH, based on thoEnglUh , I mat a gjaCJenun rccent.Vwho fold IM is fftrMVfi.i.!:nii.iNCiT. parent, by Chiueso law, has tho right of llfo tured from tho English in almost any Amerl- - , ono of the Ixiastod features of tho nsnociatlou. Uict lie nevir nuul.'but ouelK-- iu liia life, nnd BU1, mm Burrc" over his own child Hence, the P. mm he bosan V '. No outride realdent Iwro U admitted Uyoud nlthoti-- h !woni yet the money brought of to talk about the English navy femnle Infanticide. and our 'tubs.' UioMnalliTeoaptiou room him so much bail luck that lw never repeated Becking liou.lon ttae ilnnef tblt rvad wlrr(i'iV near tho main l. Things began to got , Adultery falls under tho life It.llr itelKl iklM. ll.lt. penalty nt tho just nbout to wipa Interesting, and I was thooirens. Itwo mafic onn presWiiitlal Xx. Han 'P. Kui. up the floor with will of the aggrieved party. Thus, a Afaticf tilt Owhoj t titlM, reuitr Tho ellselpllii'! of the club h never relaxed husband election, and lw won iiOO. Ila was away .1t',or flta c. whon the train stopped detecting his wfte in adultery can go to tho Ltk CoriiKKw.. Mnny of lu P. . iwoRi:, o. p..t r.A, and from homo nt tts timo, and ha iuvxattxf the '' I.ilojtu magistrate and demand the capital punish- nfra station nnd ha got out" New- - York fat,but thtymcmUrs nro notably - ' 7 JB s "ra ioopi IMilarillo, hV diligently avoid tho comer of money f ri a handsome set of f uniiturt for his ' News ' ' Wny .ido Notes. " .. 3 If w ment of one or both parties to the crimo; or. Iiflli iivansw nnd Twity-flrs- t Arr.Mtllrttu . street when wife. Tlteir liome was 3 M a ui lue lmnmi.ii mhi ho may take the lives of tho offenders 4l,.m ntrtiu. D ... out of condition, .-.. riu.1l!. ....... himself 0 OS i this set of fm iiiturc would lw n iilemant tur-lr- l " Johtiioa'.liii.', and not be amenable if he can provo tho fact Tlio NorBonmn's Ilonot l'rldc. 9 a a u ....- - 9iniii 0 Sfi n tu loiMiy njied there, as iaovident from tho heads SGRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. m " Mnytrlllt. ., to her. The fumiturt) was jacked .and no Theso hardy, thrifty Norsemen are not only uhvaya covered, nt tho If, however, he fails to substantiate tho crimo 7 10 ptr Ilfth avenuo window hliipid, but nu accident hsj)iencil to th8boei f alleged, he is held guilty of murder and punthe best sallnrj and fishermen on the sea, but 'emise Pnl)Illiort Monthly tB.lfi Jiatu rn-- hivivriably worn iu tho l'nll miii it was ttooTitJepfu. ished accordingly. they nro tho mo..t enreful farmers, nnd wrest Dillv UtUj Iall dubs. CiiBoriablUty, except umonginti-iiinto- a U hen dolh.-c-luri npMxwtcUi iu a hot WITIIILI.IJUTUI'IIII.VM. it was so mutela damagoil thnt f Cupltal punishment can bo met by proxy a Hying for a wholo family from a II. Sun Ki. tiat Is closely observed, nnd is scant after removing tho baudwma fharble tops tho considered patch of grasj, whether it is tilled nt a dhvy the proper thing. JIcuiImm and the law satisfied, it it nnt Ice JfajiFllia. "UAH.... 5 Ma u I245piu of the Union fumlluro waj wnt to a cabinet shop for ' Joniit.-mon, therefore, when a man of money is senPlfiSHflTUMBBR KEADV IEJ. 15TII. anzlo hlzh ud on a. mniintnln. ci.i 1 80 p i.t.n.. havo an extravagant idn of t lie ilbh, nnd clubll iu ran-trrNicrtly ofterv 1!rd t he lvp took llro " (".trllil ... 7 2A a m 2 Up is tenced to dath thut ho can by v of theuiM lvoa.-- Nov thousoof at tho baso of nn oX'rlianglng peal: in a vol-le- y " MJrlui . York Commercial and tho furnrtnre w as timed. On &U reUim 7 4tJ a m 2 60 nm monoy wenro a stay of proceedings where tho sun nover shines In winter ! HmnskXt Maiujita Kid Advert lcr. U iiW UmI Arr IHtrl lone I 15 p ifl 4H enough to obtain a i.ub,titute. This is dono They area mast wonderful ieoplo nnd, asldo" " IxiiiK'.n o mi 6 tu pm ho found that ono of tho workmen hn ' ('Tlntuu Tho I.obIo of a Cowaitl. by making an offer of 100, !00 or more hun- - from all their tralU-t- ho let 'M Jm fully lllnwate.1. 10 a ta fl i0 jiti simplicity, kindness Tho colonel of u Now Yoik ivgimunt tells a something fill on n.m nt fix. n..i.i. .1.1. . .... tuitfs.oflrit jrararcasii!uf I1nn,ii.li.t,i uiwi iaew louueos ot silver, nbout 183 ...,.-til. "tttutiu (uuyrommand i orolccnlt. IIcthouahth'.wotiMn.,i.i.i.i....t. .. MVUIW :,.R!Ti',ff.k,.laro?. f"! . . .T wtiu, uurauinuaru; tor a Eubstitute Some """a iKbest respect for w hat they havo ac- - toryof lha battlo of V.'Iuokostor. In tlio K6Th.Til... Rll,t 1 .... wtuj nriwu ir.iir nuteliiOKnohleal ....... J...1 JV . aliirT'n-Mlniit, f in. yin n sieugo iininmcr K impecunious family, often having' 200 thickest the smaihetl iiiViflfilmKi.,. '.",? . iubburn' Itotnlnla-;B- l or compllshed in a country i.l.nHn the odds nro tho Unionof lino fight, when tho slaughter iu tho whole lot cf marble. H -- ww .,.... mu a boy had become jierfectly f i Ight-fu- l, .1 ears tae Jilarlraof UotiTcrutitr Hurrli idittcr ..i3iiiin, hh mo patnnrclial i)lan of in iwium muni, j uey nro an democratic by ofngo.etood by to see tho fun, but J ho detected a stout Irishmen of his reel-medomebtie economy prevails, will ngreo amonc instinct ns if thoy lived in America. They stumbled and f. Il oi, n thip pleco of marble, dem trtJOniai aoc'al llf, nj tharaetpra themselves that thoy will furnLh a i .i7. at th. IiunlfnirMii..r.ri..:. ... .a,,i,uu r.Mver.T."" sulstltuto have ko aristocracy, tolerate no class distinc- up curled un behind a groat tree. Ho rodo receiving a dangtroiu wound on hU JWi r,.UB1 t0,l,"P""r to tho delinquent and savagely repritemple. for tho proffered sum. Lot is then cast to tions, nnd feudalism nnd landlordism are un.. .. . IIo lias grown to manhood, but will carry to icribferS y i,cw' KnX'd to- Fifct T.lni..lthia ...a . manded him for his cowardico. known. Thoy havo a hearty contempt determine the victim, nnd tho doomed Hut tho his gravo nn ugly Itolid amtn., for man, with irreyijtlblo mail IhpTtl ville .. 8'""cVr.We5e accepts hi fata with stoical Indifference upon kings. and princes nnd tho shown of courts Courier aetlij inr"It rhil.Ik ...!. . ...... Hibernian drollery, re? lrM V""." sponded, ".Vow, colonel dear, don't bo hard the ultra predestination theory thnt his tlmo and chafe under tbo union with Siycdetr has como, elso tho lot would not have fallen binds them in alleglanco to a king-bo- und that with n poor felly Uko me! A coivnrd is it! ?Iul.hifr; fun of Him. to him Individually. Ho accordingly presents and held by an Independent constitution Faith, I think I nm, but I'd rather bo called A Ilairalo iwrijapor tells of n young man, MUU,", and that ovcry "n Of t.t h niselfto tho court and tho convicted day in tho year than to bo liko tho usual "well ki.owiiyouiigsoeJety man a iMrllainent of Its own, as this figurehead niaii," of dies by proxy, whilo tho family of king of doorway k ' 17.Vp(wTT ' v. ..., published rcrycaiu nuti, juur .. yonuer." tuo "poor crnytcr ituitnii the de,,uio io ii prcicy Kiri til tlia cast ,Vwr." l' Tho jioorest Kprwogiau farmer yonder," to whom the colonol'd nttentlon was whom ho had met nnd admired, ceased enjoy tho proceeds of the oivns his arrnniro own piece asking her in if V ,A11Wjlo''i5t illiuij J)r Willfau ment-B- en Tqii in Columbia Juriit of ground ami shakes bonds directed, was tho mangled corpso of n soldier the courou of tho letter a good many questions. n CW.wl "!i IiV;,6n,1' Cllo!laraj Mr. ... .familiarly with prlnco or beggar, although tvllnal liAn.l f..l Oeuersl tifflces, CVylngto'VK'y -..uuNmwiiiuuucra entirely decioIMicd by Bho answered promptly, not ilip questions, (irccnt." on Comt -. his Norwegian hand shaking is not to be com-me- r. nshot. Tho odd carne3tnes.or tho fellow's They are Hungry far Cuba. . but tho letter, mid asked somo nutations on a 'CIBli'alTan,V:"LJ.-.,"S:M..u"'u ,kJ K".".'"" . rear. 1 id as ' -- "If tlioUni .d States an ngreeablo custom. If y0 j giro excusomado tho colonel laugh heartily, mid her owti hool:, su-- h ci these: "AVlmt kind should ever get of aeat to' aay V,VrtMl towiiS.Su'7 M a war with Spulp," sjlda fat man who into j ,V7kU.v, ur jour Doaiman, or nnv ono tho man wai left to (ho enjoyment of hU tooth powder do you uso! Who nnvo von was nn y hjune, t... npj tils name! Vo worms think! What do you u.lina. 7 aad 743. HroiJway Nr Yo7k. tctuiiiHwwisiiroman cxteuied visit to Col- - H Avtn l.itn. no a.i ms cap nnd shakes trea Ben: Perloy I'ooro. oralo, "and tbo acquisition by this country your unnJ ailtl thcra b no think of tho from tho theory! Aro tho A KoicI Jqwh f?Oiii'tii mf lint rt of Cuba was a xsible result of theafTalr. furJ"y. Tho Norwoglan boys nro early t i jf Device. A rather novel dovieo for llfo.iTwrvlng you would seo n big annexation parts' In this are you foundl" A. ..,. r..... . nan ill s.ht t0 te iiitf riptu and Independent, '..and w is de.scrilx.tl in tho jiatent Bpaclflcatlon at thlnkHUiatthe'o making funTho country. Ijt ma Ml the countrv n.i,i ,. n . .. wra. -of ofliliaNew win L a. v jv has over suffered with asthma would lw red of ago accompany a traveler as Mr. J.S. ifadfei of Philadelphia. Uflt yJiZUt, or postboy, and drivo a string of of automatically inflating convaV mfti, otc!, hot for Cuba, Cuba has the climate which Is .mm I v In rorolgii I'oUomcca. bcrsejhome. Tho twmin nm nii ...n r.i.. by means of gas, which U carried a a csrmila a naradlio for nsilmmtlo c..(T.,.. r i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r.nit,ln. It is IllOnOtellltlll been there and I know, UUI1 IIOA I havo had catod, can read U1III II rill. nnd Ifirfll nAt.la - under prelum Tho liquefied Cas, wh as clerk, 6lnco continental countries aro fond ot f nftitnnnfii nniiAl. .. asthma for or uie by Dr. Jt.t. BODBNK, thnn tu Add the Louurllla ir rMi. ..JL. i are uriehter and nulr-L-n,t v:,.",r'."'0 Tluor "".r0'" etanford luing me nepartmont for freight traffic. Oi of this country I wojihl llvo thcro 303 days in Seandlna "ans, t"o rTwedea nnd Dane-N- orwhibln ..,..' thonllwr ono occasion .., nit t tho nostoJTlo rnkn,1 lin DOH'iIi'rnrlnnt.1 i '.. tho year as long as I stay on earth. Tho waJr(;or Chicago Times. Courier-Journ- al Mechanism adapted to automufi'ally iTto"' I political party thnt will scare up a war with nnd 150 live ... " "'' Bicj were uciccieu, Spain audi gobble Cuba will bayo t!if votes -- Will Cnrloton in n lately published inter- - inopowucr is he)d under contii.ib.fW .Vof I ii? ofOMth.i.,,,Si3'J which wero stopped in their transit ihreugh I.MU.I and affections of every astfamatls in tho land. yiew J" suouldnot do any brain work ".kkiti uwr, wiiien, uocommj .t, i uin tho postofilco 1 To a from different ccuntrica. uircu, nnu tuo powder is then I rt.lii I. ,u in And if necessary we would all onllst X don't nftcr a o'clock n tho ovenlng. B..,.....3DlnlV "- k r; 7 .:.-Hyiiaylmu.iTyY.u will nc. Im for on. ui ii iiiieraics mo gas. HWDinoturK know (hat an army of Yhcezing atthmatfes jwt.tiuttn i.rry t4M r Tbo. chief o:,1 . t'6f Among the contents of parcclj received In ' ru. ? of oysters tho rotunied letter ofllco In Dublin, having MVlTMUIitbolcB. tlio ,y I00.W ban-el- s would,win many victwie, b.ut yon can list Nrtalrbri. were ex- - hatjwivdcr ti apparently to gcuemto hour, so ' AleU Jk IJL, cjij4iliiii-tho expanding of gru will not wvit 'jiui'iau iu IpusCtfelalCa. iiiirin iwvniiiiini.. that wo would niako an fipposlngappeurauce ,,'orica Y"n tuIs Mmitl7 to Kurjpean pojuU f;v;a tho . rorotwo hens, eight micu nn.l two hedgo-- . toteh.i?s f i.r ,is!r.B" w. 4. "? bcit, tbo liquid. Doston Transcrldt. during- tho year 18S5. M. V. whenoiidrcs3parBdo.X;hicagolIoVuli. vinoinntU,! liog.-N- ow I Orlinns uaio. the e" mwm m MYERS HOTEL, . POWDER Absolutely Pitfe,, STAKFOED. KY, BURNSliE, Propr and Hotel Maintain ftRri,t2r i cr now-mow- n ftnniord, A Big Offer! m 5HKEB DOLLARS mm mm, " 4 1 m 1 e ua-tlv- ti, to-d.- i. i.;'? Miller i&jCarpontor, --- rd AGENTS stiiii, tmm ffllM I, I . Illl m-a- n Tn li. DtH.-tin- o .WL-iaii- ... . r .. l. & n. "" !.. "'. lMn - TROaXKLINli J 'f t .. ,... ir. tn-- 1 SOUTH & WEST : ,'uw , - skin-tigh- rafl ni.,.. .. I'arli., ..... Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS mo-lol- ' t a. MOaTll-lioUKf- QkKXuir S-I- fi-e- rrl.r -.- J Nm 1 .,..: 3 i.t. 1 rc, . Itntu lit -.. I ,,y a.-i- or Ct . ...,.-..-..- ", srar.-Umls- ' .v, rrsTV. 0rui..Z: -- tlr 4. ... S'3"" cir'u'r ''"" X. - M PENNYROYAL -- rf soT-relia- ti.r. Pltis ,- -- .":'" "j yn Gruiicl Coillbili'l.tinii !. I I r :;r: it. i...,. . llnn ...ni Weekly '' "" nl m il If Times-Democr- at 1 r , iv eopTorttri. Owri.,0urLair.n do w a tSi'Sri! 0$ !,? -