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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886113001 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. entf VOL.XI. s I ill STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1886. ' mtfim NO. 181. J...-i - lHf! Ki I GRAND OVERCOAT SALE .rriTiiioH'M over-stocke- d y ! ft d' 1. J v,S it , 1 4 I. 1 4 Several Hundred Overcoats Must be Sold Witfcin tire next few WVeks;; , . - i it I it r .i They)w;efe'shlpp6d us from an manufacturer with instructions to sell and sell they "must, as we are so crowded, with fother,go(odsrJiaye no room for them. If you want an overcoat don't fool your time away looking around for dhei'cSoni&rfgliyrt'obur stoi'e where you can see stacked up more Overcoats than jare in all the other re elegant tailor made goods, too. We can sell you a good Chinchilla Overstores imtown put together; and-theOvercoat for ,$3, $4 or $5, or an elegant 11 wool Overcoat for $6, $7 or. $8. ElSgant custom-cu- t and tailor-sewecoats, rough or smooth,,' ai $'16 to .$1; worth from $15 to $25. Big assortment of Boys' and Childrens' Overcoats, away under regular prices Anyone contemplating purchasing ' an Overcoat will he very unwise not to examine ' ' siopk before huying ourwill Ye nlmoel n car had of ewsouablo Cold Weather Good from tfpw York Auctions this week contisting of FJannoU, Linsoys, Canton Flannels, Indies' and Gents Underwear, Ladles' Gouts' and Childrens,' Woplen jj -- d " receive Ladies', Missoa' and Childrens' Clonka, Newmarket, Suorl Wraps, Shawls, Scarf?, Hoods, Mufflers, -- &c, fcc, all of which .will boclosod .1 ) out with a iush at our usual bowilderingly low price. HI About Dec. 15th we will Tpeu-u- p no iin' r 1 racnsa lino of Dills and other suitable goods for tho holidays. An early visit of inspection is solicited from all. t till .JJ . i THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE, Popular Originators and Fromotors of low Frices for all tho people. DBITUARt i (),e by otio our nclblorn aud around us bavn ben falling. The in . F, B. McClary .ii ... S. L. POWERS & CO., The only Spot Cash House in Stanford.MUXES. toriito 173-l- m ; - frauds def'rjy-erM.Ilh Vtlbltxhctl 3 7iirifitml Frhlaw will be ex- 1'jCrt A5N.MJ.U, CAaslI. werdll IbalJJ.M reUmUu impartiality, liai stalked our uitdst. Anl the yojiiK. Hie and iio iinperioj' minda'e. In Ut months pected and douisudtd. htLai arctxed a r!cHhr,reif. Anil juet niw ho liso BRain enteral our hom ind W. P. WALTON. ulonmmije otir tlie cinmnulty. Tne fill cf none of tliR deir ones h cttied or re pitnful melancholy than has Ihedeatb National Banks 12 h, of of F H. McClary. On Xivemlwr The annml report o' the Controller 1SS0, In theWihyMr of bis age, at his the Currency contains aussttti ms for the aurroundrd by wife amendment of tha bitiUInz Us in almit a home in lhrbotiryllle, and frieud, this man psid the debt comdrzn Instances, InolnJinj the rontlnsent Consumption was the lUblllty of shsrahnlJer, require aunts far mon to mortality. Immtdute came. With thai terrihlo dirwerve; loms to indiviiiu il; morr thorough lie iud examination of biake, no their protection sease, he had battled fir yi'ir.f. uuchlrttr4tion in thohraciuc, xhilera-lin- g Binit uotqnl Rtt taxation atmofphere of the Nirlb, and again anl elifVj Nitbial liink bloom t and deathless have beet nr'aniziJin all. of ihieh288 nmnnf the p!renIal vtrdareof the far H.iutbern land. Tut are now In operation 0! thus 171 bate of escape! The been organ tl during the year; cipltil, aUl A Iruhlesi eflirt band n upjti his vitals, and $3700,030; crcu'a loa, $21,000000; bin Ji fjtu bwka sunt into dolo. its work. The tender, soothing, 52930,000. tl-e understood It BKid aid the old aliko have vie'ded to his 1 Tnirly-fiveh.inlr- p'.ly-Id- k volunlary liquidation; during the yetroie ctaoJ to ex it b expiration of hi cWter, And eight filled. . The fdllel bank hive an aure.tte cup of $030 030; surplus eni unllrided rAjGt S2 400 000; IWb 1 tta $1,300 000. The creditors of tbwe binki bare been pUd in fu'l, prlnolptl aid Interest. In diridendi haye reichel 50 per csnt, looae caie75 per ceo , and in one cue 25 per cent. The locl dividend paid during the year excil SI M0.000, an J the bank hne beei fhilljr wound up nnd their ace unie cloted, IjhtIoi; twenty flee inolTcntbtnk e'ill in the hnli of ltl to cei er. 1S(33, Sinco the only 122 t ii'ty-eih- bin t nalloul bnk hvefaile. h ptl-- nt of the syiteiu, in 0 thd4 In fu'l, -- beildei nd twenty hay fl''eeii in fall nnd Ut ihflr ere pud inirin - Taeeflo onlta rela? im of deb', and fis th vilan i rvrr fully in ni'ioitl ntlai' hmV illmri'el. bnt orttltnt if hlh U pab Ic premlaui on binlurpTn" tirt pifoali'tai Hi Toe-olntric- 'hn nt Tn ehfti ifv 'ji A 'ria Q it blnltlu o fea'hrrt and their vuiulon d innj tho pin diji'-uq- year xoiedi 5-5- 000,030 , Mn ' one theie hhmi dojiTflttn in the rarroti? ITitionsl binTn hyo in' crenel from $522 030,003 in Jtninry 1880, u $1173000003 in Ojtober 1830, while lonnn and dloounti have riaea from $500, 030.000 ut the f rtnr di'o to $1 113 000 000 at the latl. r dte. Tne epecio held by the national binke in 1S00 m SlO.dOOOOO; in 0.iobirl8G5ltvronIy $3,030,000 while in 18S5 it xrn $177.000 000 and I uow $150,000,000 JuM before the Ilap'iit church In Todd cotinVy wob dedicaud lwt Sunday, Hon. I' is Jtffl'iriicin Ditl epoke n followf: witb n heart full of grateful emotion that I stand hero on the epot of my pntlvity, to bmIm in eieclinn a houe to theTrlun God Nothtoir wa ro acceptable to Him an euch n i;ifi. yr, nci)3innlethe it appean thiit iIih repjrf From 8omo cf roil may alr hov it Is that I, who am nit b Bptisl, ahouldsWe ornnnd for ihe erection of a BtptUt churoh. 1 reply timt my fitinr. who was a hotttr man than I, was a Jtiptlst. We left t hi place during my infancy, and I have neeer been hre but once 'ince, but I have heard wiili ne'y Tallinn of pln'nrpof your ' proLre'c." Uoiee beiiuthe plp'ns Ion eid of the " of peace they are tlie.p.lealiu tlm tovr pipe. Pipe hands of a faithful wife, who journeyed with him In these dlstint itnda, and who did all that love could do to lighten the lead of Borrow, were not enou.li to stay the enemy, Human ek'lt ani hum in love were alike ptwerl'si. A respite they could brine, but the elixir u in heaven, not up on earth. Worn and discouraged, yet re ientd, he returned to his home and friends, to die beneath bis own .roof. And during all this time, he b)re himtelf as b.'ouie a man consciously ficinn the innvlub'e. II's w.is cife of ceUled conviction as to the end. All the while aware of itm toady alvanceio' that most ioddioua of all die ene, without a murmur he wtttel the end, And juit as the hat nsrrts; rays of the evening Biin klsed their depirture up on the eurroundiuK hill top', this good man, with a ftrevdl upon his lip, want up to 0 , An now as I look bick upon his nun'r, I am reminded that our lives are hs the hrStti tbl plys "lth the leaf for a moment anl then piMti n i farever. Life I a myitiuv nnvwty! 'Frm whrtucn we c'uiio nd whllher'do we tend are questions for ealutlan lu tha eterntv to oome. Ilnti we do know thut wccin'iifrv on' ''."'j to wtiiltiliere, nnd thci itri rushed "oo-ir- f An I we j iin the cAMvin In tho beyond believe the china I Rood fnr th( goi and that our lost in this cwo in tha eternal find of our friend. At haThad live 1,60 beAlied. His ilet, calm lifo hare eode I in a quint, peaceful transition on the other s'nto He lived tha lifa of an holiest, christian min, and died in full filth of lbs sivliu piwer nf i Htyipi . blood., He had livod wli'iout nene iy silo dial respacted and loicd plain man, Hib life wan b All. He levoid of all ulute or orientation. He wrb a substantial man and dtspWed all sitm k was His whole aud pretentloo iu accord with the simplicity of his nature. A lover, of quiet, heuucht eecliulon In his home, aay frjrn th turmoil and buitln of the outside world H fell in the And notwithstanding tho of miubood quiet man and quiet life, he was a student, of naturo and men. Thus he walked the journey of life, nnd lenrntd of Its IoIIh triaUnnd rhtn.ei. He kept vlil over csurcs and results, 'And with an ever pre ent ene nf the proprieties, aided by a comprehensive knowledge of men, meane and waye, he wisely chosu u course of fair doalinR and integrity. Aud well did he so hU part Near the eventide of life, without a blemish, he has lajd down to reft. The eolemn rnr.eo has borne his body awuy, Hit i stdly laid it do ?n in the homestend of his birth and rearing. He sle.pa aain' 1 lilm Iwl, bcuw they kney him Iocecat and best. Ilia soul bas oca up to the reward of the pure and Kood and the curtiin haa falitu forever. IVice to his auhei; honor to bis memory. IlHkbtuUe. wisLln ntitBOcuuty. Twc vu or fourteen years ego he oauie und took up ctt'z nl!p nooon u Hire be won and maintained a pise? in the cmfiJonoj and illtctiuoof the ei'ire people. And no with his old fnV'd e share this common Krief'.nl mingle onr tears with theirs. Tnis great los is theirs and ours. As a citiua he was faultless. In business Free from all dmem-bli- n, tie was always the purity of his character was ac knowledged by nil. Peculiarly a man of his own atftirs be ba 1 no time nor inclina tion to interfere with the bvinoo. of others. Cootciour of his own integrity, he stood well with himre'i anl with inhere. Asa neighbor there wis none better. As a husband he was affectionate ind kind. As a friend he was a a true as steel. He was a lawyer by profetsion, and a good one, too His wis as clear, broad, analytical mind. He practioid Uw according to law. The interests of hi client never suffered In hla bands. Not that he always won, bat the failure waa in the cause, not in the lawyer. Courteous to bis brethren, he was always firm in his own mature convictions. Quick to see a point, he always came to the issue with an ease and without circumlocution. He was the true lawytr, as be was a true man. He did his whole duly. This la the tribute a friend lays upon the altar of James D. Black. memory." Ihrbourvllle, Nov. 21, isSO. thoee who loffcd jit. Female Nuuses la .New York one branch of employment for women has reachtd a high stato of useful devetoti- ment. It is that of caring for the sick. The doctors admit that tboy can not enter witb contidence on tho treatment of a severe caee of fever without the constant pre?ecce at the bedside of one of these nunos. Toe onne of preparation for the work lastd for several years, at the cud of which tlmo of ichooling and expsriencd they are in ponoaion of information and the methods of handling patients which insure a consistent treatment The nurses keep a record of the temperature and puhe, which constitutes a history of the cise, and when shown to the doctor on hie arrival at the sick room furnishes bim immediate data for his skill. Tbe chances for recovery are largely enhanced by the oareof thee nurssi. al NEWPORT NEWS Twenty ol jcirllcs Uulds, 15 of then tut res, Ciltoa of alilrcii ma at Lines iter. Ky. jr. Jj. XANTtH. I MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, Til fi Town Xtot JU'or Sale ! As rprr tentative of Mr W.H. Anlcrsjn, Iofler for a!o prlvataly bis njat brick busi no J lot of tworcsoa Samerasl Avnue In SMnforJ. The PHF II Ul ESKE & OHIO I0UTE FOB Kcuijisvlij'H jtoiKc Eaat WaBhinglon, Tbe only line mooing pUcehasatl thenwssary Improvements vcr- - doslrauie ono. uuiouor aaareu iin regard It. nntts r iwuii' ftrjjg Jt Jf W Jcff tf JigfirtJ, 1 Philadelphia and ' Now York. mm AI.E I'ULLJIAX NEW SLCCPIXU CARS A valuable Stock Farm eontalnlus 3IAf Aercu altuatcdl mile fro n Crab Orchard on tho Stanford ' A SOLID to. iD TRAliVT ' VBOJI pike. and rooms over same, Th two new atore-rmIn iitimlord.on Eoatn il'Iuof Malottreet, built by Onetrr A Hon. Also tbe brick residence In whlca .1. D. OfVSjKV, lamuowlmn:. 16t-t- t btaufotd, Ky. Louisville, Oinoinnati & Lexington, Ky.'' WashingtoaOity, Fast Trains for Now Connecting In the same depot with n IN MEMORIAM, D ed, at her home in Lincoln county, Ky., on the evening of tho 221 of November, 1SSC, Mrs. Pollie Traylor, widow of Cornelius Tray lor, deoeased, Jed 7(5. In writing these lines of die life and death of this most estimable chnstUn, I can but sy there are no words that en i do justice to her excellent character; "None knew her but to love her, ruuie named her but to praise." Wo have no lant'itae thut will vxpres ho v sie will be missed in the community in which nnd mourned in Urn home-circlshe moved, a bright nnd shining light, Though Uovote 1 to her home interests and ctvr nuiiou iu regard to tne welfare of her loyed ones, yet rhe al wyn bid n wirm place in her heart for otbere.ind all who have been thrown with her in this journey of life, will remember her with love and regret. the dintressed, helping the needy Miin m saiilo mid a geutU W(ird to those around her, with good wjil and Charity to .ill -- ishe won the love of umily aud fiends. We would epeakof tier many nobis nets, hit her wwle life was noble . her path lmiy an i 9no iij4 on esrif, living and dying her falth in (iod and eternity was mi m fed mi 1 Hi,ueuie, n we can with c inSdoii&s baMevrt that uhe tiiai which eoe, lu her last is enj tying m momen'H, bo eirnpsiiy prayed for - rest. In e thSl home b'Tond Hie grave mar Duet her ivinln. Wi'H know tboe there by that sweet bee, e Com-forii- wn uurd life-wor- rlpns At Old Orchard Uat summer, a lady who pinda her winters in Boston became very IN SrANFORD- 2d Vice President, Oon'l Faas'r Ag't. much p'eised with a gentleman w'no was a The UijJea the best In i:mfo id, Louisville, Kr. guest at tbe same hotel as herself ind paid In location an l arrangement. Applv to ir. a. WELCH, her marked attention, The friendship, 183 It Stanford, Ey. however, died out witb the season, and tbe laiyauppwed tho gentleman had returned to Philadelphia. Concert Grand, K. TAYLOR, The other morning she ordered her breakfast served in her room Of LOU A: COUNTY, la a Candidate or thu office Parlor Grand, at the hotel, and when she opened the door ofSupcrlntsadent of PuMlc Instruction, iubjct Baby Grand, to tbe Democratic State Convention. to let the waiter in there stood her hand Upright Grand, some friend of the summer. It was an Square Grand. ' awkward position for both, and explanaWe are opening tbe most carefully selected, the Sale Bargain. finest and beet stock of tions were impossible, but the lady did not I offer for sale nrlratelr In Stanford. Ky.. a very offir him the customary tip. On his part PIANOS AND ORGANS ' desirable residence with aeven rosuss and porch-Wel- l hou-- e , with the usual grace, deposited b bowed of water at tho door; stable, smoke Every Instalment Is . For Ever broughtanto tbJs city. prices range tout an acre the tray and went out, leaving her food for Ac. A Ac, apply to of grounda.InA tho lot. U, tbe pride of from 10 to artist aud I, bit 11 terms, U. 25 percent, lower toan other dealer ask lor tha reflection 1C3- Agent for J. B. Allord. goods. Persons ol musical and art culture eaine an invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultiAuout Mariuaoe. Woman is somevated, reUned tone and artist designs ol these celebrated Instruments: times the real cause of unhappineas in the TIio World-renomic- d Kunlc, tho Fai--i. married relations of life, but in the msjori mous Decker Sou, the PoDular lt ty of instances the boot is on the other foot and tho Reliable Xow England and shois really the true comfort there iein it l'lniios, The Photographer, Don't nwry n woman for her taper Tho Oolebrated Olongh and Warren and and lilly bands alone, for married life tho John Ohnroh & Oo. Organs. atd itsrui?(5ed Xperlenccs call for a wife that knowa how to mako n pot boil and can rieiuecouiiuuDkatc nlih us for catalogues, term nd prices, spnnk btblei systematically. But people . Jl. tj L. J. COOK, Special Ag'ti, ritsnford, Ky. marry for pira love, and they in nfler Mndo Or V04E R. EICHARD, yars suspicion that what were at the timo Eefereners A it. Penny, Mrs E. M. Carpen- -' tcr, J. M. Philips, J. U. Moore aniKIames lifai-lcprompting of the tender pasjioas were in Stauford; Mrs. Maggto Uolmrs, I'rab Orchall probability the first symptoms of cholard; (Jen. W. J. and MUs Ltriie Huff"' man, Laucnrtcr, Ky. r era morbus. The man who marries a woman tdmply because she is a handy affair to MT. VERNON, KY. have about the house does so from a purely business standpoint, and in the end, if not This compelled to support him, she has done taining old and reputation. Hotel Is still mainUs Una Charges reasonable betler than any woman I know of. Special attention to the traveling public. 31. V. KJDlVCOSilt, Pro'r, Another method of utilizing paper is tbe MlSSiSSIPPi ut. Vernon, Ky. procees of manufacturing paper raile, which Tho dlroct through line and old istabllshcd routa is to be adopted in the pjper rail works at from St, IMeiBburc. It is claimed that those LouiBville & Cincinnati to St. Louii can be m&do nt one third the price of Bieet WHOLESALE ana an points in tho west. rails and that they are very durable, the Two (1) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Loulsr & Three paper being condeuted by groat pressure. 17 iraiui from Cincinnati to St. Louis. 22 West Swan Street, lighter than metal they can be carBeing Only IO hour from Louisville nnd Cincinnati lokt, Louis. ried and laid at much lees cost. They are BUFFALO, N. Y. Tho Only Tiaa by whtoh you can made of greater length than ordinary rails, got a Through Blooping Car Highest h price paid for White and the cnclllnliou and wear and tear of Ash, KeU ca--tilron, cherry, I'oplar, Ash, Black Kuttcrnut, From Clncinatl to St. Ixiuls. rolling shock will be proportionately di- CUeitnut, Oik, Maple, Hickory, Walnut, Quartered White and lied Oik and Sycamore. minished. Tbe question of durability will tbe only line running A. V. BISK, T'hfl O A". LV1 ithrough from LoulsvlllS U,1 .TT, Southern Aacnt, b' ilin principal one to bo settled. and Cincinnati to tit. Louis, all other routes be 163.lt Store-Rooi- Store-Moo- m for IScnl The Direct Eoute to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia ,suid North Carolina Points. For tickets ami further Information, apply to vour neareit ilckAt nffliA n.1.trAa w iO i- -. roo, GoneralAgent, Lexington, Ky. York. ,, ll. PIANOS ! For at a B. BOX, to Order. Et-crc- fio-ge- Danville. Frames - - My. roit-otUc- y, N13WCOMIB KOTXSFi well-kno- 133-ly- v IIH 4 LI' &. ELiIAS & BRO. TIMBER LUMBER, Ulanford, Ky. Round which, a tcnJer hilo plays, Htlll tauchtd with that expreialvs grace That mail the lovely all thy days; By that sweet smile that o'or It shod Tho Earn Jones Tabernacle at Carter-villQa , a a gift of the evangelist to his native town, has been dedicated, The bnildiog, which is tiid to ba a very flue It is reported thai corduroy is to be the on-- , U intended fir union .christian meet fashionable wuir for the IsdleV jackets now ii g', irrespectlyo of denominations. btcause Mrs, Cleveland sas beonmlngiy stUicen'a Klcetrlo Oil cures all acbea anJ palas illed in such n garment fn Boston list week. Foraal e by McUobf rts beauty like tbe tight ofnron, WliHf tott expression never flel, Rren when tti soul had flown to Heaven Wo' It know tboe by tbe starry crown. That glitters brightly la tby hair; Ob! by these bloncd signs aloao We'll sue and know our mother there. Cl.AKi Dotv TaaVLOK. Kov.aJlti, 1886' A girl hi Florida dropped her kitten down n well over CO feet deep, and nt her eirnest entreaty her father lowered her down by the well rope. She got the kitten out all right and was pulled up Again damp, but hnppy, A e, inado up of a comblnatlou of imall roads. A ins. i .;iti:oiv dbntiwi, ET. SfAlsKOBU, utn i.iiE f avirvum, tldo Main 8 tree t, two Juo tho Uyeis Hotel; l"ur Nitrons Oxiu aaulnlilersd quired. OQice-clo- iii OPERii HOUSE bTANKOUD. KV. W. P. WALTON, . - i'ropr;oto SUs of Stage, 20i&0. . one management, running all lis trains through solid and In cousooueiico is recogulx! First-Cla- ti Jtoula be tweea thoifl Cities. Apply to tleket Agenta of connecting lines for full parlliulars as tj rates, time, msix, ilrcuhrs or any drilled Information, or write to v - Uleoplnj Cars on uIkui trains; Luxuriant Par lot Cars on day trains; Klant Day Coacu- es on ail trains. Direct and closo connections uro made In UNIOW ' DEl'ord wish vri;iug llnra by tbeO. A if. " ltalliray, thus avoiding troblesotue trans-- fers by other routes. The Ohio 4 Mlwlppl Hallway Is the only line bolwtwn LuulsTllle, Clutlnnatl and t. Louu Tho Ohio tli3Ipp Hallway runs Palatial undr l Stagg at COc. tljht coublcte Mts of hut cry. btatlng capacity, Including gallery, B0j l'.catooatle rules to guod altractious. Trav. Pass. Ag't O A M. KrS JOHN F. UAKKAItP, W. O.SHATXUQS Fret, and Ueu'i ln'gr, (itu. l'asi.'Air'j.1-ctuciuDuti, 0. 's-- fz'm' rwHuwrnijii ii nr iiiin '.T'." ? - .mm-- - """ j..Ta-aCTiiainw!..lit.- . -- J - .'" . "-!-.- -" n i"- - j iijui - iw-- wjJ ! " u i mmitnmiiMvm i I mtjiui imp mrT" 4 jt HUST8NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNtf. Eraslus Brooks', the veteran New York journalist, died Friday at hit home on Stat The wlfd of Mr, Jones Russell died S 4 en I&Jand., Mr. Brooks was a .native of Thursday Bight after a few days of lllcm Maine aad was nearly 72 years of age. He. attheadvaeeed age of 76 .years sMrs, R , November 30, .faf had been connected with journalism, until was a meager ri the old Carpeatcr family: Stanford, ICy., Celcliraljicil Company will nretCHt recently, from his early bo r hood, and was Her memories were associated with the moat prominently known as the editor of earlier events of our country's history W. Pr WALTON. the New York ExprtM Mies Helen Thurmond, of Danville, -- tl see&ttc be; cltlarly 'proven that the Is - ' " hefe. with her sjster. JJiM, Battle Rogers, , ilast strike'o'f the packing bouse employe's of the district attorney ill STOMfi Diavllls, Is at Mr,Cook't and Miss Bet-ti- e NOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. of Chicago was ordered by District Master President Cleveland Casilday, of Lexington, at W. R WilHenry M. Stanley, the Afrlcin explor- Workman Butler, for the selfith purpose of liam's. for offensive partisanship at the same time ,Mrs, Edward, of.Knoxvllle.Tenn , rn-- x r eeadiiktj far Sheriff of jS, advancing he sutpended Benton, of MUeourl, applied er, has arrTjil in Nsw 3forlti IsajMA. MweldVMH'Trill. with 'Wr AT STANFORD OPJERA HOUSE. feltews-wh- s killed fcy thfcple were The pee Four awn were (Cook county for reinstatement, bat the President very daaghlir la.ftw,mUi fat once to 'fata ' ' . ... . Girit'H oaaosaa ami aivbt,f' thus forced to lose I tWeV wige. to aid a of the log-oopromptly removed him from office instead. Ion uiiDjgsa.riir! El. HEl- M miserable seK seeker, ield"tak Butler Stone Is a republican and bad the hardl NewYoikBB wirds, whe'fe'acowipoalWr m the Oovimtn Adutw $1,760 hi! been collected on 'out for a sail upon Like Michigan and drop cial'Gauttc, at Cincinnati. A party of hun hood not only to neglect his basinet to assist his party in their campaign, but made Beven EgyptUn mummies recently landed him overboard a few times where Its waters ter from Lxia plea art tahHo ba inestlog are the chIllIest.-- C. J. speeches of abuse and misrepresentation of in this country. Sam Reid's, but have not heard their namer, Seoure your Soatt at MoRoborti & Stage's. The county judge of Bourbon county In tolllical circles at Washington a retainthri&dmlnistratioB fayvwhoee will he of Thanks The fined men $7.60 each, the other day, for scheme U Keio'gdlscuwed by the successful ed tffie".J Dt.WAleWr Jo the atktfneygen-- " giving was observed at dictated by the'va- ' ". u'tiog'te Writ an old public" road. earryisg &l of which the demoosats would V eral'Itfretard io'stoSeftho PreefaentWays' ref rledtattea of the partlclp&his. Of course Owing to a train dispatcher's blunder have a chance to secure two Senators. It down this proposition, which will be accept the traditional turkay was offered on many ed with delight by all who beliere that a collission occurred on the Missouri Pa is proposed that the House take up and a f idbHy altvrr" Bcittertd" members of were pass the Snat bill admitting Washington every mother's eon of a republican should cific nesr Kansss City and two men killed. flU Territory as a Btate and delay a like bill households assembled at the well remembe turned out of office: "The admlnletra-tiouJ. & S. B. Sachs, boot aad shoe manu- - for Dakota, the belief being that the demo bered firesides. Kindly greetings, for a ihe feovernmenl Is not to be trotted, facturers at Cincinnati, have assigned. Astime, took the place of the cold termt of cratsof the State of Washington would conin places high or low, to thoee who aggress- sets are estimated at $100,000; liabilities trol the General Awembly, which would, ttade and commerce; and a few. perhaps. ively and constantly endeavor unfairly to sent up an aspiration of grateful praise to $200,000, DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS, as. 088 of its first duties, elect two United destroy the confidence of the people. In the Ihe Great Ditpeaser of erery good. Amoag There are 81 public buildings ia course Slates Senators. Tor the administration." parfy re'poneible the returned may be noted: MIse Dolli of construction by the Federal government It is developed that the family of William from Hamilton College; Lou. This is well said, now let the President go upon which $2,802437 were expended dur- eight persons, supposed to have been accilo'workand turn the last rascal, out. DtBghters College, and L'rtle ing the year. dentally burned to death ia Knox county, Hockw, Pinkney White, a negro waa arrested a month since, were murdered; their throats Bogle from Danville. Gov. McCbeaby in an interview with CkekMlcal. Meleoralogtek hive beta greatly at a the Louisville limes said this among other in Cincinnati for the murder of George having been cut from ear to ear. The famiFMiftta; CImm-h- , NiMleHerj, loss to account for what they have regarded reelect sensible things: "There is likely to be, it Brown, his room-mat- e, at Somerset, Ky:, ly, whose names were Poe, had refuted to Oils, aa strange vagaries of the wind noticed ialrne, a heavy surplus In the Treasury. in March, 1835. Lumps, PerfHmery, recognize as their social equaf a man and Macklii The democrats succeeded in getting a bill of Anderson his concubine and she, enraged at this, during the last few weeks. CurrsnU and The large distilleries . t. . Oar Jenclrr. Sllrrwar n- 4 counter currents seem to have held high through at the last session which directed county began operations yesterday. planned the terrible murder and assisted Tho.. wh9 -- . carnival especially at sight and the style. per cent, bonds be called in that the three will make 8,000 barrels, Rtpy 9,000 her paramour in Its execution. An illegitishrieking of the beasts and walling cadenand piid eff at the rate of $15,000,000, end aad Bond & Llllsrd 6,000. Genuine 0. 0. Salt iaBulK, at wholesale and retail. mate son of the pair tells the story and ce of the breeies have frczao the blood they are now being called In and paid off In this district, Lum J. Stone, of says: The family, all of whom were feat that rate. This has a very beneficial efJohn A. Durham, Fairbusb, and male, were all asleep in one room, and his with terror, or crashed the spirit with sadness. The things became at length so opby July 1, 18S7, all these bonds M. White, Whitley county, have been ap fect, but father, with a rtxor cut the throats of each pressive that an investigation wm instituwill be in and the surplus will again begin pointed storekeepers and guagers. from ear to ear, while his mother picked to accumulate rapidly. To relieve this I'm During the last 16 months there have the, bodies up, placed them in the middle ted and the discovery made that that the in favor of a reduction, of the tariff. I died ten men who have been either Presi- of the floor, piled the contents of two beds unearthly lamentation proceeded from th lung of a few diconolated widowers, of the United States think the'revenue tsx should be maintain dent or on them and then set fire to them and the sighing over the wanU and woes and fiuit- ed. I'm not in favor of taking the tax off or who have been candidates for either of- DE4LEB 1K- bouse, and that the poor, belplesi little ba- lee wishes of enforced celibacy. Ltdies, vhiiky, brandy, tobacco and cigars until flea . by screamed until the flames smothered it' At Wilkesbarre, Pa , there was an ex-- 1 here is a field for active, affective aad magthat on clothing and machinery, and bibles nlnalon nf out in a coal shaft bv which twfl I nanimous interference. You, and you end thee ? reduced I'm from a big whle-k- y OANilLLE. BOYLE QQUHIh injuries from which they alotit, have power to meet the emergency. producing district, but that's the doc-tri- men received Mr. I hold in Congress, and that's the soon died, and tea others are not expected to leave and Mrs. R)bsrt toHarding expect Vindicate your heaven sent mission and Atlanta. on a visit to recover, minister to these "minds diteated." And doctrine I talked in my canyass. I'm not Mr. D.S.Hlnman left on Saturday for should your well known zjal prompt a mulA grain elevator at Daluth, Minn, in favor of free luxuries, while the necesburned causing a loss of $869,000. Two a short visit to friends at Wilmington, O. titude to engage in this benevolent entersaries of life ate burdened with lax." Mr. Wm. S Nichols, of Rockcastle, is prise, we have a host of blooming bachelors men were burned to death and another to The filthy details of evidence in a di escape the flames jumped 80 feet to the in town on a brief visit to hia sen, M. J, B, varying from 16 to CO who need to be envorce suit brought by Lady Colin Camp ground and Nichols. dashed to pieces. lightened and that right speedily. Messrs. S. M. Bardelt and Ed T. Madbell against his Lordship, in England, is It bat been published that the next cabled to this country and published in the Board of Equalization will have a majori- den, of Louisville, were In towu Sanday 77. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE C0UN1Y. daily papers with very catching head ty of republican members. The official re- night on their way to Harrobiburg. There are more fat bog in this county lines. It is the most dirgusticg story ever turns deny the statement and place the repHaas a Handman have this season than usual. They are selling al 5 centa net. printed and the postoffice department might resentation at 8 democrats and 3 republl- - shipped 10,000 dressed turkeys to Boston. W. B. The earth continues to shake in Bouth JOHN JUK1NNEY, Baletineo. BKIOUT, They will begin shipping again the 10th of prosecute the purveyors of the nastineea fqr cans. was another quake SatCalolina. There A tramp named Coyle, employed as a Decembtr. to disseminate obscene using the mails County Attorney Harding was tele- urday. Its recital may eell a few farm hand by Moeea Ray, near Lexington, literature. Rev, Pope, of the Christian Church, extra paper, but it can be produc- Iod , betrayed Bay's daughter, who has graphed to from Junction City to come tive only of harm. Erery Kentucklan who since become a mother. The father at- out and prcaacute Alice Madison for ma- filled the pulpit Sunday and Sanday night. The church will probably employ htm as real's it will however Instinctively regret tempted to kilt the villain, but he made licious cutting. Researches by wisdom men have de- their regular pastor. that distance alone prevents him from as- good his escape. Mis Ella Joplin hia closed her school. An apothecary at Berlin, named Spei veloped the fact that it was not Jacob who sisting in lynching the royal brute, who chert, after suffering eleven yean' imprison swindled Esau out of his birthright, but She will start socn on an extended viilt infamously. could treat a woman so ment for the alleged murder of his wife, waa "Charlie Henderron, the notori West. David Thompson and wife, of Oar Gen, Looan eays the reason Cleveland has just been teleed, his innocrnce of the that it ous fakir," now sojourning in the Dinvilie rard, are visiting relatives In town. C. S. was elected waa becauee the children of 27ield and J. D. Chandler ipeat Sunday crime, whtch he always averted, being sat- jail. copperheads who kept out of the army isfactorily ascertained. Mr. Joseph Coffey has bought out John with u, during tho war and were raised up demoHave iust heard cf a very remarkable The Court of Appeals has affirmed the 8 tod gh ill's livery stable and will take pos crats, arrived at a voting age in 1884 in judgment of the Lawrence circuit court by sesion within a day or two. The invoice cave,on R)undstone in this county. It is DMleralEallklsa of time to cast their first vote for him.v The which Jamea II. Marcum, brother of (Tueeday). Mr. said that ice remains In the cave almost the T. D. will begin soldiers returned home in 1865 and married Marcum, of the Oatletlaburg Democrat, was John Ballard will assist Mr. Coffey in the whole year without meltin?, Ice has beeu and tbelr offspring are naturally republi- sentenced to prison for life for killing hia management of the business: xecn in the cave the last of July. It goes cans, who will cast their first vote in 1888, cousin, Fisher Marcum. Messrs. Jas. A. and Sim Slaughtar, by the name of Ice cave. for a republican preildent, who will be ll John Huffman, a young man who Isaac Shelby, F. L. Shipman, J. W. The boys of this place who attended elected of course. This is Black Jack's forged a check at Harrodtburg. and was and Allen Kelly left on Saturday the turkey shooting at Stanford Thankstheory, but he will find that it won't work. sent to the penitentiary for two years after for Tennessee on a hunting expedition, giving day, brought back 20 nice one. Rob He has made no calculation on Ihe other lying in jail over a year, was pardoned by They will get off the cars at Spring City Thompson killed 18 of them, which only side at all, forgetting, it seems, (hit the thegovernoi, the sheriff 5) receives the pa- and travel overland before reaching the coitt him $2 70. It don't piy to put up turbreeding of democrMs has continued all the pers while en route to Frankfort with him. bunting grounds. keys 50 yards for Bob to shoot a time. Mr. W.B. Thomas will probably b pistol. Judge Scott, of the Illinois Supreme NUUIIEYS,A dumber of papers are referring to Miss Court, has granted a supersedeas in the the Adams Exprees agent here under the There will be a meeting at the church Jeesie Buckner, who has recently gone on cases of the condemned Cnicago anarchists, now arrangement. Mr. George D, Bittet-to- n Tuesday night to determine whether we ' the operatic stage, as the beautiful daugh-- t thus pjstponing the execution of the death will take charge of the Baltimore & shall havo a Chriatmaa tree or not, and (i Gir. Simon Ballivar Buckner. So sentence until the Supreme Court shall Ohio Express and Mr. W. E, Board, the what kind; whether for the Suiday school far as being baaulifalta concerned, the de pass upon the regularity of the proceedings late Adaini Express agent, will take charge or for the community at large. Will anGrain, Wool, Meet!, Feed, Coal, Lnmlior. ectiption fits exactly, bat she is nit under which they were convicted. of the Baltimore & Oslo company's busi- nounce in my next letter the decision of tie of that gallant Confederate gener meeting, A baby waa born recently at Aberdeen, ness at Paris. al. Miss Buckner is a relative of the Mls9., wnose lamer is a very macs negro; Last Friday evening, at her pleasant Mr. J.B. Ould, of Richmond, Va., was Thompsons, at Hmodsburg, and first came its mother a light mulatto. Half the traveling on the Cincinnati Southern rail home, Miss Cieo Williams, in honor of Mils into public notice during Phil Thomp-eon- 'd child's body is black; the other half nearly road from Cincinnati to Knoxrille on Sun Annie Holmes, gave an entertainment in trial for the murder of Walter Davis white; the hair on one side of its head ia day night acd when the brakeman called the way of a candy-pullinIt is needless kinky; on the other light and straight, out "Danville," he mistook wLat was said to say Ihe evening was delightfully spent, Our esteemed contemporary, the for "Knoxvllle" and accordingly got eff as every one who is acquainted with Mies Democrat, in ipeaking of the Bour- while one Is black eye and the other blue. In Boone township, Harrison countr, here. He got a good night's reBt and re- Cleo knows how capable she is of entertain JSrcvs is kind enough say of us: "Champ bon ing, in the State, al- Indiana, E. B. Brown, a teacher, dismissed sumed his journey this morning. has the best his pupils and locked the doors of the Old man Mlkey Pitman, of this coun Mr. O'Brien Atkinson, a young gentle ways excepting, of course, our friend Walschool-hous- e becauee three colored children man from Detroit, Michigan, arrived in ty, who is known by most every one, met ton, of the Interior Journal. In all ! statements of this kind, like BIp Van Win- had come to achool. The white children town Sunday on hia way to Jacksonville, with an accident a few daya ago which came He had kle's drink, Walton don't count." Brother whipped the colored ones and the Magistrate Florida. He is about 10 years old and has very near resulting seriously. (The Weekly Edition of the Commtnial Gazette,) fined them. Indiana is on the north ehoro ridden thus far on horseback and propoees killed hogs and was hauling 'them to hit Spotswood, we are your most obedient. of the Ohio River. to continue his journey in that manner. He house on a sled when his horse became The ellly paragraph is going the rounds 03M3L.-S- T Tho hanging of Clursrius or the mur mounted the big brown horse he is riding scared and running off with him, threw him L YSS-aJRof the preM that "Stonewall" Jackson Dovder of his pretty cousin, Lillian Mandlson, and lett this morning for Nashville by way ofl, knocking him eenselece. He has xt er posted a letter withoutcalculatlng wheth- whom he seduced, is fixed for December of Lebanon and Greensburg. covered sufficiently to be out again. ,ed'na nepubltcan Wtekly Newapaprof the m-- t Ceatral tnd IteprMsatatlT SUUs er it had to travel en Sunday, and would 10th, and his friends are making a big efthis Nation, ioremott In new cntjrprlic. public dlKtiuloa The orders of the Red Cross and Bcrnbd to Death. Oranvllle Brown, a eats of the Farmer nd bis family. Itbu nofenltu In aaantwipipcr. nd dsToiel to th bat "1" superior often hold bis letters over to Monday." fort to hava the sentence commuted. It Is Knight Templar were conferred by Ryan boy of 14, living with his aunt in Rockcas Gen. Jackson was a great man and a good said that he is preparing a statement to be Commendary on Friday and Saturday tle, was told by her to go Fine Hill on an man and consequently could not be as silly presented to the governor, which will put a nlchta on Meers. R- - M Jackson and J. errand, A few minutes after he had left It furnlibeU to tubsctlbtri at the low rat of ONK DOLL A It a yctr, mklnz tbe nrle leu as the item would suggest. new aspect on the case entirely. cent a copy a wMk. It sire all thenevi, with Try dMlrablo dttall, In decent snaps. A. Craft, of London; J. B. Dill, of Somer the hnuia she heard him screaming from Gov Knott has written a letter to Har set, and Alex. Trlbble, of Junction City. the barn. She rushed out, and saw the TOE MARKET BEronT3rglrsn In fill, and lb We have never been fool enough to speak it ar nolfd for their t;legrapbeddllyoTerourownsptoal wlreifioaallthe leidlngeltlti. """"""' Itenorlj are of the Brenkenridge Ktxca as "a little pa vey Pasb, colored, the condemned murder- Messrs. A. R. Penny and A. A. McKinney, barn in flames, but found the door fastenof Stanford; J. W. Jones, of London, and ed. It was impossible to rescue him from TOE AGRICULTURAL DEPABTMENTIienioftheareat features ol the WmVW .iH i. wt vaJ. per" and we are certain now we never will er in jail at Bardstown, and whose execuuabloto.Teryfarm.r. Thli dePrtiu.ut J. edited tj be guilty of such Indiscretion. The Kcia tion Is fixed for the 10th day of next month, A. D Shotwell, of Somerset and Copt. W. the flames. After the barn had fallen on informing him that he can not, after a E Grubbs, of Frankfort, were present at bis body, It was recovtxsd, burned horribl'j TUE CHIMNEY COBNEU, dTotedcIi.lve'y toyowg r)ple, la very Interwllnjand lnitructlrn is loaded and Bro. Suttou is Ihe kind of a and part of his arms and legs were burned 01ltaiNAL:BTOBIE8 and Chci Beltclhns, with the htit correspondence from all par of the marksman we don't go fooling around careful review of all the facts and circum- the meetings, tilobe, makotbo Weekly andtouil-lVeakl- y coup'o'.e. stances surrounding his case, interfere with Uncle Joshua Doram is in the toils off. The crib was filled with fodder and it we can help it. when the execution of the death sentsnee, and ad- again. He had just effected a settlement of is supposed be was playing with fodder Semi-Weekl- y One poor old sot in Atlanta, on having monishes him to abandon all hops of being the old batch of whisky prosecutions when and set fire to it in that way and the flames back on his whisky supply cut off, fell Cunlalni eljut page of tight coluninacajli, and It printed Tery Tuoadar and! 1'rldav. It li granted further reprieve and to prepare for ud cornea B. F. Wigge, who Is willing to ciught him bolore he could get out, tnil!T at U 40 per annum, poatig paid. Penoni who tan not take tfao Dally Commercial Oaiolfn an. I now drinks half a gallon of that who want the newaoiuner than cna week, will und the BemUWeeUy him a countless the end. swear that Joshua has sold admirable paper. oil a week. It is not stated what effect it John Horace, of Little Rock, design- number of "whisky straights," "cocktails,'' The arrest of Henry Jansen, at Chica has upon him, but we suppose it makes ing to commit suicide, tied a rope about "brandy smashes" and "mint julips." There go, for the attempted murder of his wife, him exceedingly Teiau of Subscription by Mall his neck, threw it oyer a half-opedoor, is in connection with the matter some sort may result in the discovery of the man who eon to of a wild story about Wigga claiming to threw the bomb into the ranks of the police On year (omlttlnj Sm'ar).., couples were married in and commanded his Sixty rxvn One yearj(!n:ludlng8inlay) tit Mix month, .fit 00 blxmontha. Louisville last week. It would be a diffi- pall on the other end. Oa his refusal, the have lost an overcoat in Josh's grocery; at the Haymarket meoting. " .... ,.7 00 Three uoutbi, Three montbi, .. ,. 8 M At Cornnna, Mich., a fellow named cult matter to figure how many couples father whipped tho boy with a cane until about his demanding another from Josh there would like to unmarry, but judging youn; Mr. Horace began to take an and upon his failure to get it his threat to Coleman, who had made himself obnoxious by the divorce record they are climbing interest in the affair and gave the rope such swear about whisky; that he afterwards got by too srtat familarily with his landlord's Com litllngo!.EenlngMahln(i,:improTd Wirbury Watcher, Gold Teni, Penclla Valu.i.l. Booki etc, wj nteitenln tbepaper. Sample topic freo a pull as came near choking the man to an overcoat and "clarred" himself, and that' wife, was dragged from bed by a mob, tarup toward a majority. the timely arrival of bis wife only he was arrested and brought back and will red and feathered and irstructed to leaye TOE CUAIMEROIAL GAZE1TE CO., Girls who marry coachmen ought to be death, ice-e- t saving him. the place. yet consent to ewear about wnisicy. stable in their affections. r rrr A yoono Kentucklaa named Presley has ubI been "fie tewed to two yearaJmprUon-mcntV- t 'NVaehittoa'for eteSia; overcoats nt from hotels? He went there to get a position and falling, fell back on stealing for a livlihood. Young men should take warning from this and be certain of a place before entering the whirlpool at the Capital. rot-ernme- AiDxsnr f"ir BENE'DIC-iy- ,' MONTE CHRIST0 DEC. - ! . . ai 't HK () SiTOSfe NIGHT, W 4TH. fl V ..tt r. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, r r 1 Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky, er Brii, KaTUrTKiKS. nH.i .. Fir Aria, Jff:. Mcn-tlcell- o, Yice-Treslde- nl W. He matnm, -- Hardware, Farming Imple merits, to-da- Groceries,'!Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevator, Pumps, Mills, &c. J- Oicler ; WEMIEIf & MENEFEE. Favminglmplements and Machia ery, Van-areda- Wimo) Bm iesi -- ?&ff?$8ises. lh Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Etc g. g semi-weekl- y THE. CirtfCIlViVATI WEEKLY GAZETTE .. ; $LOO The Weekly Gazette Tlio Daily Commercial Gazette, Our Premium Jkist light-heade- CINCINNATI. t$? ft ill WI.HfiM' 1.1 I HUM lf"M)if BVIH1J!'Hilmil )wwiiJHig.aaMWjanwtii itl T. R. isiinrr-irr'n-- m ri RELlBIOtfS, 1 Ws To tns Kdltor of Thanktginng. ths Interior Journal. la Dr. Guerrani's revival, at Tro, I e I want to say something am very anxMen's, Utiles and children' 'ovenhoea received 40 sew members. what to aiy and Stanford, Ky- - November 30, 1888 of every description at Bruce & McRiherte." Rev. W. B Godbey'srevival at Auburn ious to say how to say ll, I do not know, Abont 0 continues with 00 conversions To Wkd. Mr. L. A. Farrim hae obtained New Episcopal churches will soon be o'clock on Tnanksgiylng day our door-be- ll B. O. WALTOKur BulM Manager. Ilceme to saury MIm Kate Roul, began to Ingle, and as my wife f.r six bdllt at Richmond and Winchester. of Jot. H. Rout at Rowland months has done hfr own wnrlr n. ml. Eld. J. Ball Gibson went to Loutt-villDKALSISin -- i L.AH.LKAl.Ttm CMS, too, Shu had to anwer Ihe calls at the door. JUDGE Morrow will hold a special term Sunday to assist in a protracted meeting at Another alarm sign.! m iho door, apd an-- , Drugs, Books, Siationory and Mall train fttftf M,.,-'....'...M r. K. o( hli court here, next Saturday for the the Central Christian church at that place. .! ' " M r, ar. , oilier and another, and so this unmual distFancy Articles. hid. K A. Hopper will preach Id his put trial and preparation of equity case. ,f " urbance continued unlit nearly 12 o'clock. " Mat,... lUi.ll, Strayxd or BTOUW.fA email, black pit next Sunday. Phvilelani' pwscrlpt loot. sccnrsUly compounded, The a,x) v. hi enlealanA w staatUs Belsr The protracted meeting whloh has Meantime my wife, in her acdustomed Also m la a boot JO minute rat terrier. Will give a liberal reward for mood, w busy receiving her been In progress for tea day at Greenup to tae at my home on lower Main bit return alls and managing household aff tlrs, when Baptist church, conducted by Rays. lOOtl NOTICES. Ld street. T. S. Deoley, lveatured out from an Invalid' room that Perry man, closed Saturday with BUY your School Uookt from Fanny A I might more perfectly take in the entire The Largest fltook of Watches, Oloob, Tiikrb will be aa eleotloa of officer of twenty additions. McAHsler. Owen News, Jewelry and Silyerware W ATCtifca and Jewelry repaired on ehor the Staaford, DlxJliyer, Garrard Cosaty Mr. Barnes write us that he will sot situation. What a changil A large, empA Whlte'OiTurnpTtT Company neiT Fri- arrive till the noon train Wednesday, In- ty hall and an emptier dining-roonolle tad warrant! by Peeny & MeA.ll 2rJATMMkkkkmkkkm2 are i a r. nbw filled 9 Toe firt thought that struck KISi J?.!1, ,,lch,CIc.ki M day al 2 1 Ui a?the CowttHotwe, I"w than stead of Tuesday as previously announced. nd Jewelry . s, paired on short notice and. Wsrrsaud. m ufc. Hunter, Atkiitioh. Loaded, jhi pi. nio was1 that I always had a' "fancy all air m of ahot, at 1'eaay A Mo Murder. A Rtgro named CoIHm airack His first service will be at the Uiurt House grocery and proveioo builnew, for the i it f so now t AlleUr. Mat McCord, a whrte mas on the head at 7 the earn night, Dec. 1 w'bile I "was unable lo preach Ir coufd re A. ooifTLETE (took of jewlrv, latent wl,hahev4 It seems incredible, but it is slated tA(tebki1;kMa;,hUa la trialn in doors And sell groceries, For all ityle. Rockford watch a specialty. Pen Unlly. Tm aefro ! Ifash that a Baptist congregation at .ML Veraoo, around me were " keecafe oy A McAlbler. augir, oofl , fl iur, meal, N. Y., hu presented a Melhodilt congrvga leg and was.fiaallv ledge! fa jiH.' nmf, lard, preserves, s jap, greea apples, lion at the same place with a contribution PERSONAL, Suicide. Asa Welle, County Clerk of of $500 to help extinguish the latter'. saustge, a fat roasted' turkev, a chicken Maj Harry Evans called to tee ui Ruwell, committed suicide by blowing his coop of live chickens, and soon ani ro on. 1 church debt, Friday, cd route to Louisville. bralae out with a pistol, last week. , He Bam Joaea surprised a great many of I now remembered it was ThankIviog X Mim Mauoic Crawford, of Lebanon, Waaithcled with, oaacer and bis mind had his hearers at Oaaaha at the Exposition day and risk but little ia making the U the gUMt of Mti. A. 8. Model. beenttt Uftsstlltd by strong drink and building by preaching a sermon free from bold assertion that such a ThanWrn -J. C, Flormcb ha moved Into the brooding ovwbls mwertuse. domicile Doalor In- the slang that La ohraoierfsd previous day never struck an invalid' house lately vacated by E. P. 0 Wiley. I. hay been a mighty poor more opportunely. Wnat I desire now is Jr the county la mulcted with the in- ones. It must Dies Hem, ion of H T. Buih, U cod to expreas our thanks out of our hearts for fringement of a patent on Its Jail lock, it sermon that Jones could preach without valeectug from a spell of scarlet fever. ofrertngs from loving hearts. theo Uei-niwill fall back' on Mr. Henry Baughman( slang. That Is usually his entire a'o:k in Mim Mary Park and MIm Cobb, of Firsfof all, and more than all we thank the contractor, who says he will In turn trade. Kan'M City, are guts'. of Mite Lola the Lord for these dear friends and their fallback or (he builders, Mtwrr. 8nel A gifts. Next we thank the dear, good hdles HMD, STOCK AUD CROP Co , of Louisville, who are thoroughly re of he CnristlsiTchurch cf Hualonville for Mrs. Lou Shanks has returned from sponsible. -- Car load fresh Salt at T. R, Wlton's. there evidence of ihe'r sympathy and a visit to bef tteter, Mra Carltbers, at Lax Wanted -- 500 banc! of corn. Wear christian regard. He, whote words declare The paiejngertraln.from Louisville Bun logtOBi en A Menefe. that "It U more bieced lo give than to re1'hoi AonrR Roams and h! lovely day was 0) hours.behlnd time owing to the Twenty-fiv- e nice steer calves for sale ceive," will never bride have taken rooms at the I'ortmau wreck of a couple of freights, cauwi by Ml to fulfill Hla promise XT, to I. M. Bruce Stanford. 2t one running lalo the rear. ed of the other Apply louse, to multiply HI blessings an hundred fold Brothers bought in Woodford Lehman upon all thoee who love to bestow bless Mr. and Mrs P. OvrsLzr hay on the Bala JJaabeyoad 8heppardsvllle. 25 bead of 1,050-poun- d cattle at 4. Ings upon others. W. L. Wuliams. moved Into tbelr beautiful new cottage on doe mas, Jim Bala, a flremas, was seriousA great many hogs have been sold ly ioinred. Lower Mala ttreet. A party question: Wnat time do you here in the last few days at 3 to 3 80. MimMattie MoAliktxr, a decided A stylish widow, who gave her name aa Now is the time to buy extra fice think they will have supper. little beauty of Dtnvilte, li the icuest of Mrs. Lucy A. Davis, has been playing the Shorthorn bulls chespof A. M. Feland. MIm Llitle F.rrii. Uarrodsborg people for suckers. The Good Farm Horse for sale. Apply to .VXW ADVKBTISEJIfcHT,, Mr. John A. Bowcr, the eatsrprls- - Ikmeerat eaya she ret up a store there and T. R. Walton, corner Main and Somerset log youoc editor of the Parkarllla Svt, after getting In debt (o everylody who streets. u In to ee ui Friday. FOIl KENT. would trust her, made a fraudulent assignIn a five thousand-dolla- r trot in Mrs. B. C. TRUXHEART,of MilUrsburg ment and akipped with, a male accomplice. Harry Wilkes won, making the I with forest mj House and Lot on Upper Mln College, spent Saturday and Sunday with Streot, In fittDfurd, now occupied W. M. her brother, S. S, Myers. Rink will cot be open next Friday fourth and deciding heat in 2:15. Guy Hogle for the year 1SS7, commencing Mr. JanThe with uary lit, 1W. Wilkes was second. Amoko the pretty visitor at the Rink eight, out of respect to Mr. Barnes' meet JfltS. KATE HATS, A. D. McCampbell, of Louisyille baa Friday nljht were Misses JetsI Cook and ing, and arrangements will be made, If pos 1. 8taoford, Ky. of Huitonville. Saturday night, bought 500 acres of land from the 8hakere Liu Hocker, sible, to avoid a conflict on county at (04 per acre. It is Mr. John II. Craio left for Philadel by changing the hoars of the services, or in Mercer BANK 8TO0IC FOR SJaXE. phla Saturday, where be will remain sever-a- l that of the performance at be Opera near their colony and ! in a fine state of j, week, tbeo go v'a ocean tteamer to the House, due notice of which will be made cultivation. I will Mil at public tale it Stanford, Farmers take notice those sacks you December 0th, 18A3, Gjnnty Cfcurt Djy, 18 tha ea South. in Friday's paper. have, brsnded Wearen A Menefee, are not of itock In the Klnt Nat'l IUnk of SUnfjrd. Will Hon. T. P. Hiix, jR.,left 8aturday for The Monte Chrlsto Company carries Its yours, wny don't you return menu xney sell shares In a lot. J", ir. rilOCTEB, Washington, whither he goea on business. W- own scenery and are thereby enabled to Danville, Ky. bought and patdfor them and want them. We truit he will strike It rich while there give nearly aa good effect as If the perforAre you acting honeat to keep them? la a lucrative gorernment office, for he i mance waa In the largest theatre. Most Mr. T. Ramiey has sold to Mr. J. W. SALE OF PERSONALTY! both capable and dtservinK. everybody has read the story and will there Partita lfri) hogs, or to many thereof a A. Walton, mlnlilerto Para Saxukl fore enjoy the rendition the more. Don't may weigh 200 pounds or more, to be deguay, wi bioqatted at the Latonla Hotel, We will offer at public auction on ths prtroliea fail to se it at the Opera Houss, Saturday Covington, Saturday, on the evo of hii livered between Dec: 20 and Jan. 1. Price of the late Mra. Cbrli. Knulsman, night, 4th. Reserved seals now on sale al paid 4 cents. Richmond Register. departure for hit pMt. The Lincaiter peo ON SATURDAY, DEO. 1, 1SSO, McRoberta A Slagg'.. T. D. Lanave, the noted mule buyer of All the pertonal pie present were James A. Burnelde, property, conilitlns of 8 work family Hubble and others. Mulca.l Renovavate Your Feathers. Brad Columbia, hat bought in Mercer in the 3 Cattle,food work Hone, 1 food 3) good Hone, Including 12 8boat. Mr. J B. Honoi, who hu been in the en ft itnoada bare located lie re lor a snort last ten days 53 cholco yearling mules at 100 goo.1 bred to Southdown Bucks, 200 train dispatcher's office here' for several time, with their new steam procesa for from $75 to ?S5. David Wallers bought of barrela Corn, 4U buihtlt thrcihed Oat. 20 attcka hay, llouiehold and Kitchen Furniture, includweeks, left Friday for Loulavllle, where he cleansing and renewing new and old feath- John Scott, in Garrard, 40 head of 1,500 ing a nice parlor set and velret carpet, rartutng Implement embracing a good Hinder an J Mower. will spend a fe day before returning to ers. Tbey guarantee entire satisfaction cattle at 3 and 26 300 pound hogs at 3J Ac , Ac. all snou of 810 and bit pool at Jeltlo He It a clever young and special attention given to all work en Harrodiburg Democrat. oTcr: under tbat amount caib. OooI negotiable At the cattle sale of T. C. Anderson, of note bearing Interettaed parable at the Frmera gentletutn and made numerous frlenda truitel to them. They are perfectly relia National Eank ol Stanford will be required here. remoTi) of property ble aud have splendid references from dif Stdeview, Montgomery county, on lhe25lh ferent points wherever they hive done and 20b, CI head of Short horn were sold LOCAL MATTERS, T. Jt ESOI.ESlll S, I As nU at prices aggregating $14 S23, being an avHog-Killin- g. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, ibarp. work. " J at S. S. Myere. Fruii yeiit erage of $? IS per bead. Of the 01 head, Church Suiter, A committee com SALE, nimirsT market price paid for hide, posed of Mesdamea Joseph Swope, Sa- 43 from the celebrated Sideview heard of Mr. Anderson aggregated $13,095, an aver-a- go hff piVIni", etc , by A. T. Nunnelley. rah Eubanks, Frank McClary and E, B. ! of $318 per bead, a price pronounced Oun stock of heavy boou and shoes cm Beasley, arks us to announce that the ladles decidedly men, low by Short-hornot be excelltd by any one. 0rley & of the Rush Branch church will give a sup Louisville socVy Is s'andin; upon a vol! In Sfnurortl, Ky. Crafg Friday evenper at Bright' Schonl-houscano. A very wealthy and prominent A new and handsome stock of fall goods ing next for the benefit of the church. young man has betrayed and ruined the Aa Auljnpci, under a deed of come tonty CiHlomer, who wlsl KooiIh dellr-crce- l, hajait been received by 8 II. Shanks. They request everybody to to both as they daughter of one of the highest social fami- Haltingly, the undenlgmd will truit, of It. T. old and expect to make it enjoyable Cnll and examine them. lies in the city. The fathers of the guilty If ihcy vrouhlscntl thulr orders ,o tti it ! c II u i.i deliv-eriu- K young. Daors open at 4 o'clock r. m. On Monday, December 6. 1880, couple have had an interview and come to S L. Parens & Co, spread themselves by S o'clock T. I WAIlTOi, (County Court Another Murder in Whitley. Post the conclusion that the only way to save olfjr for sale day) In Stanford, Ky., publicly on our first page to tell how cheaply you the Mill knowu ai of Woodbine, was the girl from open disgrace was to make no Stanford Hour Mill. I'roperty, wellabout one tbo can buy o.ercoats from them, end In fact msster J. F.'Brafford, It omlitaol acre IMiVItlC .Montlcollo, Clcx-lc- . Lew trouble over the affair. This course will of ground on which Is erected, bealdoi a large and shot and killed by bis brother-in-law- , everything ele. commodious Elevator, a new 8 story brlcKbulld-In- g Is Smith. The latter was drinking. Ilia be pursued and she will be sent from the furnlibed with all the machinery appara. The ladies will find it decidedly to their wife Bra fiord's sister. Mrs. Smith went city until the trouble is over. The young tut necotiary lo cooduct an szUnalra and pro a taand ble buaintea, Including a modern and Improved advantago to call and examine our stock of pump worked by itcam, lor tbepurpxe of obtainto her brother's for proto:tion, and waa fol- man who is the guilty party has an unenviing a supply of water from a never falling source short wraps and New Markets before they He Is rich and shrewd, Ibe location la anout 100 Tarda from the depot at lowed by her husband, ncd as soon as he able reputation, " A Craig. purchase, Stanford, on the Knoxrllls saw Braflbrd opened firo with a revolver and many a poor girl has fallen under hla N. Kallroad. Original coet Branch ol the L. A of property S28 000. MERCHANT TA1XOIC. inblandishment. He is also ibuneless enough Corrnpondence tollcltod and it terms can bt J. J. Croxton, manager of the Paris Of. and shot him three times, killing him agreed upon, will sell privately. Title perfect. TKikfs....One-tblrcub; balance In equal Ctt House, telegraphed us yeaterday: ''Ben stantly. In falling Braffoid's clothing was to boast of hla conquests, and talks freely to of 8, 12 and 18 moitha.6 per cent. In I havs received and still receiving edict's Monte Crlato played here Saturday fired by the store, and his body badly burn bis set about his victims. He will yet live temt. Personal aecurlty on first deffrred pay ment Lien retained. L,. M UUIUUjF. Louisville Post. ed. The cowardly rcamp afterwards sur- to bo shot. night. Best show ever in Paris." 7Md rendered to the sheriff and bepged his pro AMlgneee. 8enator Al B.'rry, of Newport, a demaBorn to the wife of John T. Qano on tectlon gogue from the tip of his numbtr twelve Comprising the beat In the which will be November 29ih, a son, Richard MontgomCommissioner' Sale Look, Look, Look! -- Now is the golden boots to the crown of his number six hat, ery Gano, Jr ; weight 12 pounds. The name Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Socond to ftono in City or Country. lain honor of his grandfather, General opportunity to make the purchase of your was a candidate for governor from the first FARM Giro He a Trial. Gano. Christmas goods. I intend to close the en to the closing dar of the last Legislature. In and out of eearea he erected his gtgantlo xjopxiE-y- . As between the two announced candi- tire stock out at Stanford by the 13th of IJNCOL.N CIRCUIT COURT. Those wishing to take advan- lightning rod, and prayed that the politic- l.nuiRi National Bask dates for governor, Gen. Buckner and Sena- Dcember. of Stamford, Pl'ff al electricity wool, strike In h'.s direction. v tor Harris, our people are at present much tage of this opportunity would do well to BK!SrAULDica, and otukss, Defendants. He neyer csst a vote without an ulterior divided, with the preponderance of feeling call at an early date. Ae my business at of tha aboT styled Funuant to a motivo and his numerous speeches were all court and action Judgement nt ita October Term, Lancaster requires all of my attention, Mr, rendered In favor of the latter. Why 1060,1 will aa Maitir CotnmlMloner of aald court on I am com cunning appeals for popular suppoit, Waldeu being my Fire The dwelling of Emll Baer, who palled to have him at home ani my busi- is the Tall Dogwood of the Licking silen ? THURSDAY, DEC. OTH, 18SO, T4Lm- mrr ed a dauehter of J. V liialin. was ness having Increased so that It requires all Perhsps the Hexing the people have in attbeMantlon bouae, on the nreinties, sell to the burned, with much of its contents, 8at my force at that place. I mean buaineea. I store for him has caused him to fly the hlgbeat and bwt bidder at public, auction, the fol lowing deicrlbed fnrni and personal property of urday. It wai situated near Halls Gap and will positively close at the above day and Commercial. . ille Ben SpaMIng, Slid farm It known u Millcaught fire from a stove pine. The loss is date. Thompaon, The Jeweler wood," and was lbs former residence of Eran 8. S. H. Clark, formerly Manager of She by, dec'J, and contains protty severe on Mr, Baer, who had been "Monte Cni8To"was presented last night the Union Pccluc railroad, haa been ap- 421 ACRES FIXfiBLUE.GRASS LAND, making strcngeflorta to get comfortably fixof theMiseou-r- i by Aiden Benedict's Monte Crlato Compa- pointed First ed up for housekeeping. In the highest atato of cultivation, an abundance in a manner almost faultless. The star, Pacific railroad, vice II. M. Hoxie, de- ol drinking aud alock water; has upon It a hand, ny some Brick Residence In tho beat of repair, all There was a collision on tho Cincinnati Mr. Walter Lawrence, calls to mind the ceased. secrsaary outbnlldlnet. three good tansnt house a . Southern, Sunday, seven miles from Cin- late John McCullough. He has the George Hatzell and Misa Sadie Allen, lares mule and tobacco barn; allnewandauppllad same with splendid cisterns; good orchards, the best of an engine and a freight cinnati, between magnificent form, face, voice and manner, of Buffalo, shot the raplde and whirlpool in fencloK. and la one of the finest and beat Improved train In whloh EJ. J. Drohan, engineer, and and If he were to oeay the same roles would Niagara River, in a torpedo-shape- d Bald barrel, tarma in Kentucky. county,farm Is situated In the weet end or Lincoln adjoins the landa of John Maler, aboy, wero instantly killed, in our opinion come nearer filling McCul Sunday. They were in the water It. W. Qivens, A. K. Denny, Mrt. Shelby, Mrs. engineer of the Uait, 4c i la one niCe from Shelty City, a station and Frank Lockwood, of an houi and were taken out on on the L A N., two mile from Junction City, a lough' ample mantle than- - any living acfreight train, was seriously hurt. town ol tor. Tho supporting company was very the Canadian aide, just below the whirlpool growing young Cincinnati1,W0 Inhabitants L.at tbo A. N. crossing ol the n -. Southern and Rallroaula. Mlea Helen Vaughn, aa in good condition, A treat Is In store for amusement lov good throughout. Said farm will be sold free from any In Tksms. terrapin season is cumbrance; a good fee simple title, and on a credit The diamond-bac- k era in the performance which Is to be given Mercedes, Is worthy of especial mention, and 18 months, bond required ol the nur Baltimore, the average price per of B. 12 with good approved security, bearing fetal at the Opera House next Saturday night The stage eflecls were wonderfully realistic, open at chaser St. Paul Press. At the Stanford Opera dozen being $30. It is estimated that the interest ner annum from dav ol sa.le it ntil paid and The Monte Crlsto Company will present having tbe forco and e fleet of a Judgment. H annual yalue of the terrapin taken from At tha same time and nlaca X w HI aell 4 fine Alexander Dumas' masterpiece, "Monte Home, Saturday night, Deo 4th. brood uufei, 5 finely bred yearlings and rPIBKK tributaries U Chesapeake bay and its Crlato," with Mr. Walter Lawrence as EJ horse coll. Said stock will be aold ou a credit ol Koaa rarnnlna CblMi waste yonr mne v en a enro or rnt ber coat TheFlBlIfltANDfiUCr 600 men are steadily engag- 8 months, bind with approved security, boring Orer D. R. Formau has recently bought 2 htsusptd with tba 4tgvk is Pni't absolutely raur an.l trfei raoor. aud will keep you Ury Ul mo narueii Bbuiu. mond Diotes, Mr. Lawrence Is much legal rato of Interest from day ol sale until paid Atkforth'KISII liRAKA'i iLiraiiinnd taXonootb a.ialf..C nor.tppuw ir iudi miu tlik.lf.n t his sup- 600 bunhols of corn at 25 aud 20 cents per ed in catching them during the proper sea bat sroiuireu. u- - M.UAviBur, h,u. u. t.u. .miiiih . J jmW, prnlsed by tho pieas, aud likewlie I lm thd riiiiKixn".n(iinrtifriMiTepuioi7Uoi' Nov. 2 J, td. wsa! , i i ' Mil aij hiifcliel delivered. Richmond Rtglater. son. port. Bmt brands of wbbuI good WallonV itbutjut M'AJinlor to-da- khtr PHARMACISTS, , ttt H, Wal-drona- JEWELERS. m Cart-ridge- f f M.110""'" HjTWN, V. fill) WALTOIV. U GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE TINWARE, tj 101-J- QUEENS WARE, Confections, Tobaccos. Mo-da- COB. MAIN & Oigavs., SOMERSET ST8L Lo-rer- i) Ic. eon New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Dates, Prunes, &c., now in stock. TEKMS.-NlnetydiT- bj-fo- re 60-- Salt, liiird Cans and Jar, Butcher Knives, and other things used in TOR Splendid Mill Property, GrOOIDS n o PAIR JEJEl.TC2EZ& i HAKDIN.Lntcof 1 0ley d New Goods for Fall and Winter, ma.-kc- MILLW00DST00K h:. a. jihpi book-keepe- r, Wall Paper, HK(rWm track.-Louisv- Furniture, Vice-Preside- Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. three-quarte- rs Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as lowas the lowest. -- in.- B. K. WEAREN, kSSSfc V L I U IV b ll mm at m6-160- J.I "1 ,X jrmiTrr.-r.M,.f,i-m,.- m u - II II I III Mil II I linn :3w?v (,. r rw ? v- a ev M"" ... 5(V . 59tmi-(imCCmi(3W- .t.Til. MWI""""- " fft'ttt-M- ! (3U - , JACKSON ' w, CITy" AND a .j ' j QUANTICO. .AGUAS CALIENTKS. TRAVELER'S EXPERIENCE AT NOTED MEXICAN RESORT. es FOR ALL WHO DIE. Tfa following point by Mrs. Lsrliwit rftfirUfl by Edgtr A. lVe a tht oiMt bMutlful and touching of Its kind In our linguage. It hm txto mlIJ for all srho d' There is a tear, Soul plntfg, bleJlrc hti&l to sigh , . O'er blcr; Sat in that hour of pln snd tlreal Who will drsir eer Aronml ay haabls coeth sad ihel UJifJF;, r.ofe H m M REMINISCENCE aro on tho banks of tho Potomac tho sites of (b ifftByALIU.'ill 14 two proposed cities, whoso projectors wcro h wT Hundreds of I'coplo Dlnnortlng Thctn-lelvonco sanguine that they would grow and atThe ritlful ltnragrs of i Dcnilly Disease. tain a national importance in lwpulation nt the ruhllo Dathtub The Clergymen In the Audience Tlio Moon and trade, but which stubbornly reLuxury of n Hot nath Horse Cart In Out of Fix Tlio Ice .Ilrohentni tliat. fused to. thriw tn' plto" W nil that Slcxlco Tin Horns. V" was dono to push them forward. Tho I '.. OflftiwlttetT Ills Death In u Forelgu IahcI. This charming city is qaito n noted resort, first of theso is Jackson City, on tha VirI I shall novtr forget tho last tltno I saw is ginia sido of the Potomac, just opposite to on account of its hot water springs. IU Who'll wstch the fast Jrtlng ry l .. ' ' XadHfdvHAlrr1' Want We wcro In London, my hus- Washington. Tho idea of buildlnjrthls city as name, Aguas Caliontcs, means "warm wafers, band and myself, and learning from a friend a rival of tho national capital was conceived Tlicro is a great deal hero to interest a And sooth the sj lilt oa It wsy r,oiriSvir.LF. With eoly.prsjrerT. , that our Ynnkco humorist was to locturo one by somo of "Old'Hickory V friends during his stranger, but tho baths aro tho principal atI I night in Egyptian hall wo determined to bo presidential term, and such faith did they traction, and they nro very flue. If somo Whl mourner rounj jay couch will coxae unong )iti hearers. In words of woe, henrd him several have iu tho nanus that they did not think enterprising Yankee could como down hero, ' times in America, and was anxious to see how failure was possible If they calkd it Jackson take possession of theso springs and extensive- And fellow m to say lsBChtw , ly advertlso them he would mako money; but Ijtoltma and slow? an English audkjuco would respond to hU City. Accordingly, they bought of Mr. Oeorgo tbo present qwners aro tainted with tbo NowVorld drollery; hts unoqualod humors " ' say lylag It was with tho hope that wo might meet Mason, for ( 100.000, a largo port of which usual slowness and oouscrvatisin of tho aver- WbtaIn ley oa .oarthy Ud , lep was paid in bonds of tho company, a tract of age Mexican, nnd consequently they do only him and jiavo a little Clint, together that w , ., went quito early, but though we were among land and laid it off in lots, streets and nvc--, n moderate business. The baths' nro nbout'a Who thtn by pure affctlt ntW win coiua ana vittpi mile and a half from tho city, at tho end of a X. H. BURN3IDE, tho flrstwho gathered tlicro. that uight ho nuea ona Tnasniflcent"scalO.'riion,;logIvo eclat to tho scheme, thoy determined upon a very brood, beautiful olameda, or shaded By the pla wooa Implant tha row was nowhero to bo seen till tho lecture comUpotk ny'oreaat, . .ua-- i public demonstration on the occasion of tho avenue, which runs to tho city. menced. tThlB Old ndJf7jjlLVJtn6wn , Tho pcoplo camo in ina Straggling fashion laving of tho corner stoneof tho now cKy ' Ono beautiful, bright mornlug I started ArU bid II cheat My darlr npO. .. My lonely reatl Hotel KtillaMaiiitaina its ,, , . and occupied the frontmUntul tiioso injtho Ayepniingly on tho dayppolnted a largo fpr tho spring to take my first bath thero s ti iKxiy of tlio hoSe.arho'hnll wnWUMlodro tjrijwd assembled on tUelpict, among wblcV (lionq). Horso cans would enrry uio, but I High ngputfttiou, u leylog whrn.I wweTrcsidcnt Jncksoa and members of his preferred to walk in tho cool shada of tho CouMIbuttnkeowground than half full. 1 ttrmcnitjertbe lifcutss&med Lot tbo dinflthUsfaneeVilark itfid solemn nnd tho cabinet, nnd many other distinguished per- largo trees Avhleu lino tho avenue, Tlicro Oca faithful heart sroold then bean kwnlog Ay raatuldl purity , lTtilatpawdnrnaTitTrli Ja ls5R,iat2r Jl ,DtencinBd that running on ono sldO Of tho nlumodn architecture dismnl in tho oxtrcme. Tho hall sons; nnd after nn oration had been delivered U strength, and wbolexoineneH. Hon ecooomlcat Watch aliarbuni,' 'ItShfU be tdeeeaditft no Uaantry by Qeorgo Washington Park Custls tho cor- from tho springs to tho. city. It was built llko a huge tomb built for tho reception ordinary 'kind, and ran Hot tv wa3 o!d than tha ticnnelemlayabrtnadtienatti intko pu.te) iuM Pwe . with tha uiuIlltuJoof Jot? ,Ut .ihon of dead and gono Pharaohs. On n settee not ner Btono of Jackson City was laid with by tlio city tu js called tho Muulclpol conaL' Aall TbatcoMaitragtaoRiij.i.'.Wwi ' Appolntmftnte, or Attea. j weight alota or iihoapbate powUari. BolJaulr In v u ceremonies, lint, strango to say, that It Is nbout flvd feet wide, and hci-- tho popu-lae- o far from our party flvo gentlemen sat toItorAtiBiKTrtoPQWDxa C. onni. pf iy'hi.Ai , tion t6 Cbnlfort of gether. I fancied they were cK rgyinoii, and ,wna about nil that ever was laid, notwith may bnthb to Its heart's ctntont, freo of TfouHiUUaKthe IOC Wall Buret. yw York ; ' Ararshttuolomb. their fltiMtfc V ' standing tho magnificent send oft with which cbargo. . had como with tho avowed intention of sit .( ' i a 11 f i. k vi. ting out tho exercises in grave and dignified it bad been inaugurated. Tho traveler who il'ESSE J. THOMPSON, , , It is the public bathtub, md it is a com- Yj,iothatVvurIf ; ocul,! J, , . passes tlio slto sees only ono or two mon thing for hundreds to In seen nt ono altaicc. Prom ball of glee, rreaof fharae. HpeeUI acconmalatlfias THE TIAVAOES OF DISEASE. dilapIdatedXramoJiouses to. mar U thoppfc " jtimo disporting themseh-e-i lh its waters, As Acfi iVauly'a prctsura'bnc'WjU Stnf f Uli THB TON SOW to CamwartlalTraelara.rii Mar ARTIST. When Artemus mado his nppearanco it was ' I walked on tlio banks I saw men. women In lecrecy, pitiful to reo tho ravages dlseaso had mndo In 1'otoirine, somo twentj'nlle3ljblow'Wn.liing-ton- . ami children taking their morning batli,'- HhaTlagand HalrCutlloa- - . . . .....r-i-- done tn the. latest by to"-"-"" :...; ii. ono short year. Hfs face was thin and pallid, trie UlUlfVIIDU. LDIMITU IITCB PniCU'r .. " Soon after the close of tiiolato war, elicit wltn jin,turo 8 stiuplo dress for bathing sul s, And conic and itror atind '"' InnlghfadeVvntoi,' tanilpn. Lis hollow eyes glistened within lightjnox. Poto-uin- e tlHui 'tharlUcbniond, Fredericksburg and Thero vero also women wnshliflf clotlies, rub- Ob, I would aik of ineisory prcssibly painful, and held that btrnng&cx-prossio- n rnUroiitljras extended to that point, tho bing them on flat stones in a manner which i Koothet peculiar to consuffirrtlfnv 'rw' ono 'city was lnklout on nn extensive scnle, and explnined the generally used up ATX3. np)Kinuico looking outside tho world. Even ns ho spoke such confldenco did its projectors havo in il3 Jlut aa, a lonalNr faia ti rntnr, of my clothes which hud been returned ho 'cnuglit his breath. oviSently in pain,-an' ' ,futurothnt they went to work nnd Imiltn to mo tho day leforo from a similar laundry, A deeper woe, A porfaU Lino A I'edley ilandird caw mill preedljis.fiond'to hU Xida To at $ largo nnd haudsomo four story hotel, at a looking From all Pre IotcJ Id youth's wut time iimo remlltloj us aadKuiuilUtearaBir!nala ootuBleU order. IIu Jly moirith tho brief cost of many thousand dollars. They also can war.as If they had been through n MexilficipntllynjriawltiB 7.0M fet per day. la loeat- -' immbuip, , il.H u r ewnleuw, "Tho man is dying I' and so ho was. obtained n charter conferring upon tho com'fed near tbaClbclduatl itetitberii Hull war bir Draw round me my pala robea of wh!f, I.UXUIUOUH BATH. With ono oxpresslvo gianco about tlio placo, pany extensive powers, such as to build railmeia u aa auunuanco oi oi oua umber, xarrna to '" ' Inadarkipot Arriving at the bath, I was shown to my suit. VT j.A.yiooriKAco;.Xy. scanning celling, lights, shallows and wflt ao4 tha roads, do n banking business engngo m mail; room, nnd handed soap, towel and n largo To sleep thro' death'a long, dreamleia night,' 1754 . KJflgi Mountain, tho man took a step forward, nnd ufacturing. projects, tc?t' but, contrary to whlto sheet, ., Vim tnJ firot. Semi-Weekl- y ot knowing whether this commenced in his usual halting speech and theirv sanguinu expectations, tho cntcrprio Interior Jourm! sheet was intended forn Imtlung suit a towel, IT, a'sumed timidity of manner: uover thrived, nnd instcal,.of a bustling, or what, I inquired of my pollto nttcudnut, Buckleys Arnica Salte And tlie Naw Ysrk World "When the Egyptians built till hall tho. busy city-- . Qitantico is at nuiet country rail- o?t;arai4a and, with tho aid of an ngreeabla English ThebcatSalre in the world lor Cuts. Brulica principles of ncoustlcs weronot fully under- (Food station, nnd not likely ever to Vo any A beautiful bulldlsg lot on Mala Btreet man who happened along at the timo 'nrtd' Sores, Salt Rheum. Peter Bores, Tetter, Chapped HISTORY OF THE UNITED stoodneither, it is presumable, had tho mat- thing else. Ben: Perlcy I'oorc. STWft acted as an Interpnjtcr, I learned that, after lUodCMIb!uBi,Cbrnaaod all Skin Kropliont, ford,Jy,,oppoalto tboFtuialoCbltrge; the moet ter of ventilation been very extensively venKithing, I wnstoslt down wrnpjod in this and poalUrely curaa Ptls,orno payrinired. I, dedrabla location la the cliy for a handaonie 5X.pfJplM'Vu,J.,n,'',"r,la Ireaeah. tilt. I J tilated.", . t To Prevent Kublcs. Apply XaJOUS It. Cll.lIG, Stannao winding sheet, and slowly dry and cool. i There as asmilo on,tho faces of many, but Moro than half a century ngon French From tho dro&dug room I descended by a la guaranteed to giro perfect aatltfactlon, or money ford, Ky., or lt'jr. CUAIO, Caillile, KenJnofe-aii-d' notlilng yet tho humor of tbo chemist and surgeon doclarcd that "chlorino box. For ante by rafuuded. I'nc 23 ceiiU Ida ordinary artne lTi-t- f tucky. ii..-- i ?TS dawspapr t for iW 'reara thing was exquisite. I could not keep my eyes has tho power of decomposing and destroy- Lhort fllghtof stOno steps to'lho' wnter, which Penny A MeAlliler. from tlio five clergymen, who sat shoulder to ing tho deadly poison of tho. saliva of tho was about four feet deep, and encompassed without notice, to remit at cue. lnl$rtslmg Expentncts. stonp walls. Tlio'spaco lietwoen shoulder, llko so many sleek, soft coated seals. mad dog." Tha truth of that statement has by very high W, V. WALTON, StanlarJ, Ky. ' Hiram Cameion, Furniture Dealer of Columbui,! The Champion Horse Kotntrcin . Ivtraycd that they were con- l)cen reaffirmed repeatedly by physicians nnd theso walls was about fifteen feet wpiaru r largo enough for a swim. Tbo toinpemturo Ga., lella hit experience thut: "For three yeart scious of musclo-.-tlielfacos wero stern, their others sinco it was then published, but is Aa tha tinea aie dull and money i caret and is have tile J crery ran'tUy on tho market lor SlOia- lips compassed, thi...?i-ounbending. Their, by fow people. Tim remedy Is of tho water was 107 deg. w il J hirer-- nnt to y jr I U my 0 stolidity irfjiJMKSPl u uiuaoji for mo that prepared nnd applied as a wash by dissolving I But Ihu Unit .vl..ii a luur ! I'Uar, lul-- , acliuui ivlUiifjf Otirittt, but got no relief, uu-t- il adrantaeof itonl work at Trey low prices. 1 jittf will bliny, hot water, gwhing from n flno gravely I used Electric lilttora. Took lira Uttlti and make ureal reduction for rub In prrcea, o on Artemus Ward's inimitablo pcrsonacc wag simply delightful,, andjeitno, am now cured, and thlak KIcclrlelllltteri the bot HornrShorina. CVmi. fl.T CViif or 8 couuinoisunKooii. ngoj.ii aim ngan insoau hMu j,(nt of wn tor, nnd with it instantly soil, it I Mtl'ct to Unit J Month. faiicicsprowked frOni oar iarty both laugh- - nnj rejtcily bathing tho Utten mrt. Tho enervating offVvts. Tlie prliiutiveiiBss and Bloxl Purifier la tbo world." Major A. il.Keed,f klndi ol produe taken ln eachanire for work. AU i cleanness constltutoil one charm of tlie placo. of Weit Lllerty, Kj,ued Ktevtrlo III Iters far an f of all kind dene neatly and In rood atyle. . ... ' "" ""'l Kill m iua. 111111.11 iuutiaU llnulil Is absorbed nnd the ixlKoniliwimiwl. , mo uatuing apartment-vnr- y "ttlnc.UrnRH Itoute." in size, ami tlio old aundlae KUaor aCVctton and eaiij "Moth- - nborliiir aaddle, trotllnn and liaroeaa hoiera a sat it out, and did not even smile. Could it .' i nr worthing., nf to prclaltj. ' ,mji prater In different Iwsinsisof diffeivnt tcm- - lni:hueTerdonema ao much coo.1 aa Electric! wr iragon, I'alntlnt from t3lira (S. Iteaettlne tlrt Shortest and Qalckoit Route from Oer possibly bo that, they were oblitioit .of tlio S, ! wi- -i. ana pulling on 13. maaiox new subtle, wit of bis burlesque, tlw raroxliiinges ! ternaUy nodennlcalTy. Ho nvs: "it !..:1?r..StV?.-C.T-ritinera." fold at 69 ceuta a botlle by Penny AT Other work In rroxrtlon. TkanklnK tnr frlenUa tralKontnrtjto all PoiaU North. and " lortbelr kind tutronage In tb paat, I aolUll th. in us incci UcAlUtcr. East, Weit Rnd Southwest. is n stimulant and astringent, in tho fir caw VVtwelvo and a atnsln tbeRitura unit cvnuj. Presently the moon npjcnred in his comical . heininff to rafcn tho vital nowers. nn.l b. tl.n coll0Mi. Faat Line Between l1AL.Ti;i: I'XELIiH. 11., A Cantain'.i Fortunate Discovery. imuwsByamuo nixut mo uorsocarsm nltto panorama, wavered, tivmbli ed llko a nvi,rrnKiPinntr,ll 1T9 IJan ni,ift:f n. boat struck by n sudden squall iuid then bnmr . Moxlco. I call Uiotn horse cam from habit. Weymouth, plying between! LISXIXUTOX & CINCINNATI ..!. ....i tarding ..iv u.aeriiiiiuiL,uu.. ui but thoy nro uually drawn by donkeys. Tlio CapUColeiuan.Khr. had i as if suspouded, limp nnd motionless on somo i mi... .vii, through tho economy. been troubled with P tho poison If chlorldo horsa car here Ls called la tram la. The cars Atlantic City and K. V., DR. W. B. PENNY, lioo-- ', midway between sea and sky. lunar a roa h e that no was unable to aleep, and ttheJuU In Jjfletl ilaj of Mine applied to tho wound will decomposo mo. DEN ri8T, Artemus looked quizzically over to thoso tho virus with which it comes in contact, ts are familiar objects iu npicnrnncc, for they Induced to trr Dr. Klng'a New Dlscorery for Con it IConruoIcy. nro mostly manufactured iu tho United States. sumption It no! only gir Mm lnttant relief, J tivntortl, five clergymen. I think ho liad seen them nil reasonable to assume that some of it will le Thero aro first and second class cars, and 1T5'Jr tho timo out of tbo corners of his oyes, t,6;ii I I btt allayed tho extrsma aareneia In hla brcaat. HoUTll.BoviiD. absorbed by tho vessels and decompoo tlio IXKim.VO AFTER HIS JIOO.V. lllachlUrenwjreilmllar'y aOectcd andaalnglc iC- - an. virus in tho circulation. If this is a fair sometimes it freight and mull cut. Dally IKi. Bon. OX A MEXICAN HORSE CAR. If you will excuse me, gentlemen," ho assumption it is plausible, practicable and dosflbad Ibeeauie nappy effect. Dr. Klng'a New R 10 ami a inttnsl La. (ViTlDgton oo r,B. said, impressively, UI will go out nnd seo to possiblo to meet My first rido on n horv car Iu thii country Dlworcryls now tbe itanlird remedy la tbe yoison within tho system the my moon. I think tho moonist, a small boy, and destroy it." Tho remedy nbovo was ono mornius; when I tnw standing near Coleman household and on board tho echooner. described a fat boy by tho way, an English lad, who "is is so aheap, readily available and simplo in tho pl.izann5j.en car nnd a closed Iwx car. Arr. larla j, M 0 j JJ P froeTrlal Battle of Ibis Standard Itemed y t to nightly manago my celestial apparatus, its I havo always considered a ride iu nn open recny A McAllatei's Drus Store. application externally that no family need has got cranky or gone to sleep possibly it bo without horso ear in warm wUier a luxury, anil 'J? ilT WlncbEMUr.. ii JO ! .? 20 P ra. 4 W ,, b a supply ready for 13 pm U i p n It) pm Qrcen'a Golden Balm, aure cure for Catarrh at may bo because thoaudienco Is so small to- has been known to bo effectlvo Instant use. It preferablo to riding iu a box car, nnd I knew wl.,n nnnHl IlehmooJ. IIHpn ,., ., 7 13 pa night, IhrughappreelatlvB" herea longiwuso within six hours after tho infliction 50c, at Melloberte .1-- SUjg'a. U) IJ1J Uliv BUUU1U UJiUUU UI1JT UocuurM. I B 07 p ta of tho Ul IIU JViUUil OSlve un Lancaatar atreat, rail door lo tiers StaoteM How la your Mo;4? Uae 0 recti' a Siraaparllla, "that ho is afraid I shall cut him short two bite. Chicago Times. 8 00 pta I in Mexico, so I boarded tho oimh car. Dut I oa JoOKjeat oflce. Office hours from S lo 12 a. Lre. and sixpence;" nnd with that ho went behind soon found that I was riding fcocoutl dasa, nnd l'or ale by McRoberU A Stttt at 1 1. M.aod I to6r.it. Anesthetics dciInWtred wner Arr. ltleauood... J 00 pin I ....... tho scenes, jerhnis, jxwr fellow, to gain a moJ 10 p tn JVrea.. .) iiald only half tho regular first class, or box Uao Green Cough Balaam f.ir cougha and rolda. ncceuary. Naval Warfare Ilctluccd to aSdcnco. I JJi.llnjrston-- .. . S 45 a ru I , ment's rcsptto from pain, and to catch his 4 Tho Selfridgo torpedo that in general uso I car. faro, whilo tho first class passengers rido Price 60c For aale by McUoberte A dlazf . breath, for ho was panting with tho exertion -i- s a tin can fillod with about sixty pounds ! ln i1" "f? car . . Norr.Bouvd. NO. S I No. 11 of talking, oven then. Wo.i of guncotton, which has tho explosive force Thero was evidently an effort on tho part Ish tin horns, which they very frequently Lea. U?lt,-ston- . MJ tJ blow iu the most energetic manner, especially " Ilerea Wben Baby waa lk, we gaee berCaatorla, cu nn "hip intoshowiK herhLls, before coining to a corner or a cross street. Arn ItlahmoaJ . . 11 Ha rnl..... moon righted itself with a tremendous effort, ' Wlien ahe waa a Child, ahe crlod for Caatorla, thouah in tbo soim.l nf .v,mil At first tho sound was startling and Kolsnd,. Louisville & Nashville E. R. ." Uneuur... I V?, M- iend glared in such a unique fashion that first ! M.MMMM... but I have become accustomed to Vfhtn ahe became Mlas, ahe clung to Caatorla, anlneav : S. - . . . . , ono and finally nil my five stocks and stones. i Arr. hlehmooil... Ill UU -iivuues, uuivuvcr, aro iar moro terriDlo tnings tho music, and can now bear them with comTin mmId IM MMiMWI When aba had Children, alio garo them Caatorla as I had mentally denominated them, reto see und hear of than this comparatively ' placency, for tlio bound assures mo that m. ... ? i;': SSSZS?i !! ? lapsed Into audible laughter, and their whito simple specimen. They nro mado in somo somebody Is active and uwnke in tlih dreamy Are I'aru.. ...u , liDnn,. w . m m. chokers began towrinkte. I cases - -- , .. atmosphere. Tho uoiso reminds mo of tho twenty.flvo nnd Artemus camo back; he glanced nt tho sido length, and filled with soeven thirty feet in horn music wo aro privileged to eujoy In tlio Ltb. Lexlriftoa - ' a p to, 7 U a to tn pta much powder, gun- Di 2 i.Ta rani ...... seats, and saw that tho Ico was broken. It J 0 p mi 8 20 a m 3 10 cotton, dynamite nnd Cynlhlana not to United States nbout tho Fourth of July was what ho had been waiting and working I' ValmA.ttk timo. mention for, and It seemed thut tho triumph gavo agreeable various combustibles of tho samo Unodny in my wnndorings iu this city, I nature. When it Is necessary thoy him now Ufa From that moment thoso nro WITH set oft to spin through tho water at n found myself in an undent cemetery, sur' flvo men wcro slaves of his humor. They frantic rate of speed, generating internal heat i rounded by high wnlls. There wcro many I am dally opening an eleitant llnoof Fall MillinJUTVII,LK niUNt'H, ery, Incluillrg all laughed till thoy cried, and most certainly by the action of a sort of paddlo wheel, until, ' graves dug, waiting for future occupants. Pullman Palace Sleepers, tho brilliant showman outdid hliaself. Every just old ones, The Latest Novelties of the Season. as they reach tlio vessel which New graves had been tresiwvsied on movement, every gianco provoked penis of 'Dally ;T?o, . Noani-IJounnnd tlie old onus hod been forced to yield up J. VI, Ually aro intended laughter. It wo3 as if, having put restraint they contrivance to annihilate, tho whole in- - their dead, so that tho ground was strewn Also Notions, such aa Handkerchiefs Collars fcrnal goes off without a symptom Ex. fluo iKx. Him. and CulTi. ltueblng, Corsets, UuMlot, etc. You upon themselves so long, they wcro eager to with boiit-- nnd fmgn:rlU of skil'tons. of wanting, nnd tho unfortunate wljl Qnd meat theroocis lately racatM by Soil-le- y to NllMllVillC, Lto Corlniton... makoup for it. I was satisfied. Tkocifted or Ann Sophia, as tho enso may Eliza, Maud Mexico Cor. lie. ton Truncrlpt, 2 00 pn A Warren, next door to the Myera House. flie3 in n be, 51 cm !' lexltmioo M mjii of America was nt last appreciated, and 2J p M 2ui KATE IUIlKU,tK ran. 1A a tn1 6 20 p lllaulii, M though tho applause camo la& It did comeT tliousand million pieces up to tlio astonished '. Arr Mlllersuirg ..'.'.'. . How It win Written. 11)1 U, Oil l in ,"-i- i ii uai. u uuiiiuiv vruio- . ' """ illouluoiiiery, .,,,1 Af 1, .... ....v.t.u iiiuu iirjii, ,iiumu nappy. -- "" -- Tlt .. jTnLm h u ol w Henry George is really n protege and a disW P ta war is, to bo suiv! U'o haven't any lAllUi Uock, ' 8 Some fow days nfter that n friend called to tion fl P m . MaTllu navy, but wo nro getting nuvnl waifuro down ciple of Jamw McC'latcliy, tho Into veteran wo tho bumorUt. Ho wan sick nnd almost .ftoliilu atul Xett lrltiiiUH. to n very lino oint, indeed I'rovidcnco editor of Tho Be. Attliofeotof tho latter sjioschloss, yet managed to repeut somo witNoToi Goorgo drank iu thoso ideas which nro so Journal. HOUTII.WOI'D. ticism oJout hb 6ands of llfo terminating on ,.IHy I Dally graghlcnlly explained In "Progress and I'ov-ert- ." Uoly ooe clvine tc, polnia to rnoM wiiKycK L, BuD.,m, nun A Volcano In Japan. awndlinr, and spoke regretfully of never In fuut, it was James MeClutdiy Lre MayaTlliu, Sick ! expecting to seo bis natlvo land again. A recent number of The Jaitxi Weok.v ...l.n ..H.....llril ..IM. f:&..w... ... ....It.. 41... So 'IVjiv51'" Kelurns Ma taiixftsTTm ' Jorijunti ,. , Ho itovcr'did the next day ho was deah. 39 pm ni 5 Mall contains a short account of a night as- - wonderful work. It was while Utrgo was ' Uarlla!.. ... 7 24 a in 1 n n m I. t'aalgUt tliaoaeich buret ahouM coraull Mary A. Denison in li'ow York Graphic. cent of tho r.ctlvo volcano Asamaynma, Tho tho state inspector of gas meters, nnd whilo " MIil.viab.lfs ... 7 t a ict 2 30 p o hlsownlntertata why should yen glre one merArr rirl .. ... . --- .I 6 lo a w. S ,5 pm pal ty left Kcmisawa in tho afternoon, and he. had plenty of idlo time uiiou Ids bands. chant 50c for aa i title wbea you can buy tha 11 Leaiati.o. . . 9 f5 raf 10 pm A d commenced the nacent from tho cwtorn sido Ono day ho dropped into Tho Ileo ofilee, nnd aran tblnj from another tor 40c. To tlo lUla Is not HecklPj; Colurrtl Man. " C'TllUtuh .. botura on the lli.o of this rcud will teies J....1 IIMiu j op p m yeursalfor family. "Whutilo you mean by using that violence about sunset. Tho sky s iri'ectly clear, bo nnd tho chief taitt drifted into conversation J ustlre1 tonext plien, you sprclal rati-n- . 1 boagre to cctgoJ Ir tbo and tho summit was reached "nn hourbeforo upon their pet hobbles. At tho conclusion artlc'.fi. Poor go JJ. arc ahoul at ooy rlce. towards your wiref asked tho Auttiii reao6f9 Ageutaul tufa CoiopUi tor ratw, route. Jew Ac-- , or write. Notk -- Trains 3 ar.d 4 are' daily midnight, Tho wind, blowing from tho south, of a moro than ordinarily long explanation Win. corder of Sum Johnslng. la this more ao tbaa la Mutllclnce. Yo ' C. I'. Ai"M01tE,'. I'.AI'.A , chwr. Uxlujioa and Clnclnll; oth?r "aim Might as well pay SQc aq ounce lor eaw Just e to "I didn't ue no violenco, boe." ' carried tlio sulphurous vapor away to tho of a knotty problem by tlio editor, Henry arxdally xriit Sunder. K. Loulirillo, Inert meillclan. lilreet conn, ctlmn are malo at Winchester with "luit you did; hr fooo is nil swollen up-I- northward, ami thus tho ascent was mado less George cxclaimod admiringly: "Mao, why l'ouroebaalust rem I t J his Jsrje atock ol Cliesaiicatfl.xO.iU tar Nt. Hlerllna;. Asbland froin tlie blow. Didn't you strike heri'' uncomfortable. Thojorty saw quite to tho don't you write a book on thoe Mubjoctsi Uy all xIdUi. Urery article freaU from tlio Iluntnigtoo, Carleiton, W. Va., and tiiohov(iuuiii: IIo clu Yes, lioss, but hit was nn accerdent. bottom of tho crater, which presented tho n heavens, it would mark a revelation and a manufacturers. fancynow has tha nicest nod cheat,. goods, ahov casa articles, Ac,! est selection of pcarnnco of n furnace llllcd with glowing revolution in literature." ueansiglited." a aneciaciea ana oya HOLSTEINFREISIANBULL tie. inocsieiiraieu umire "What's that got to elo with it?" coaK .ThoEound of tho roaring, lis.sing and To which James McClatohy half sadly rImio aapcclalty. Tlio boat brands ol mixed i?s,a'.n;!,o',r.::iJc.h6':,",j' V'' "HeajM, boss, heaps, "Sr see I was at do bubbling'Is described na loud nnd nwfuL Tlio "Xo, Georgo- Inmcettlus too old. palntrererr can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, M.vnQiniH machine coods, anglara' goodi, artlata' gate nnd was gwlnter go down town, and I walls of tho crater are of a light brown color, ' I can't work as I Throuab tlekata and to. Wore I twenty oewlog cbromos, frames, latnpe, brusbea, books ol doslinatloorfachedhyaralTXiad. checkod to mt jess kissed ray ban' ter Mitlldy.' and are composed of successivo layers marked years younger I would go at it with nvim, goods, at" all kloda. stationery, a thousand articles forth? This Doe Bull wlllalaud the araion now com- comranr'a'""11""' M" " out with striking regularity, liko tbo coats In but it takes nil my strength now to work ns dear grandmas, real le a aunta and tbe amarteat ba- menced at my stable on "Kissed your hand to her!" m' '8"' ' " e tbe Lancaster I'lkn oie lnulncsj-a- li at "Yea.'boas-- , kiisedmyhan' to her, but owing an ampithcatrc. Alloiylng ten of thesulayera balf mile from Utauford Court House, at t. tbo I Luvo to woik on Tho I)ce. Ilut you aro by In tbe "WP. , V. A.FL'KLIiY, skruoD, wlh the prltllrga ol brecdlnt the oow unQtnn r- terdodefco in my eyes, I sposed sho was to each interval of twenty feet, tho depth comparatively young; you are vigorous, Tr"' I'aaa. Agent, Dr. M, L, Bourne's New Drue: Store, til tbotoiv prorci In calf. Honey due when cow nior'n twenty feet off, but sho wasn't, Sho from tho surface to tlio incandescent matter ' strong, nervy and full of llfo. Daddes, you A- - ItWe,,er.U",n'0n' U B. . is orstaerrol. Stanford, Ky. LtX) foet. Tho periphery know, George, you hnvo mighty littlo work wns o clus tor mo dot lo back ob my hart' would upiear to bo tlcnvral titflces, Coslugtou, Ky. Maruulsof Adeline's aire. IlerLert. hie aire Iin- ftorted Apollo and Dam Imported South rro fleau. hit her smack In do mouf. I nebber was so of the crater ls about half a mile, although to do. Now, why don't you toko up these tho JapaneMo caleulato It at two miles und n reform Ideas and' weavo them into a book! aprlsedln my life." Marnuta of Adllene'a .dam. Adeline, hei alrn MACK BHUCK'3 'Well, there Is nnothcr'surprtso in store for half. Koston Transcript. There is no man living can do it ietter than Imported Uncle Tom dauxjmpurtcd Lady FJsli-e- r, I 11. you. , You pay f50 and co.tn or you go to tho jurtlcuUri aa pcdlirce you can." To thlj (Jeorgo dissnntcd most 11. Buggy & Implement House. .1I.for further fine Toun Bullto from see Decline of Clicup Literature, county jail." Texas Sittings. i vigorously, saying that thero woj no man Tblslaa Terr A gcutl'Miiuu in tho Look business holds tho nnyw here so well iltted for tbo task ns James 77 rlhrt. "CHICHESTER'S cJ larally ol inllkera Including the cow L'vbo, the Opinion thai cheap literature and cheap pub'riio OrlKiuil nml only Oomiliie. I!!us!ic! for IIU ficx. greatest of lur day; atr owaor lusioi; rfuaeJl 0 JleClntchy. At last, bowover, Ueorgo was I hare now .1 would not linve lwllevetl for her. It bad I not teen lications uie on tho decllno. IIo thinks that prevailed "upon to logIu tho great work, and iffu"iiL'Vh!v """r1""'Tlie cittla havo taken tlio it with my awij cycsJn tho Jleivhants' burlier tho country Imu been glutted with tho ten ho did it modestly, and with a lack of con-- i A FuHlfiaoof Whoat Drills nnd leavl m the boat n Or tlta family, aud a croaa with and twenty cjut boo'ts, und that tho demand fldenco In his own lability. Diligently nnd tlioj) tho other day. A bald headed man withn a Turr One othor Agricultural Implomonts, Wo UhortlxiTu producca calees- bCB'iuea animal.thlaI NAME PAPER tMcheecVeSOTVr' Ik will buy all the maU pretty ir.uats"!io enmo in to get shaved. After for tho next fow years will bo for higher laboriously ho worked at his task, frequent Kail at gojd ptloca del Terel at weaning time. Thero Is a vast flood of novels ,W. r,!,irPM,.tv'r ,, H vlllK''k' tho operation was performed tho barber took priced book -- Besldeaa u weruMiotoiisultntions between himself and T, ,,. ir.ll.MMI.liFM.Ky. going upon tlio markets In a Flate pencil, heated It lh a ga6 Jetjnr,d Tho Boo editor, nnd, chapter by chapter, tlie For a..le by Dr. il I I10D11HE, titanfuid, mid 81.50. Tho editions his customer's iuutacha. IIo Fall Lino ol Buggies and Wagons to curl to James McCJatchy for ordinary writers do not work uusiubmltted of such iHTim Itit uovcrnl minutes at tho task, tho bald ereel 1 books by tho copies each. If flio ht- - liU careful consideration und judgment. Alwaya on Iia'd. In connection with i,ty Tha Bast ,M)0 or 'J.OOO benileU man directing hiui in n nnenilni! ORLD (Cal.) Boo. buslnoaa, I will alto carry a A.VD tnannae until ho was satisfied tvjlh tlio posf tor number Is reached It Is conddsiX'd a Iargovf rouA Plm3ttBif i s Kncailcn Carailn ilon of nvoru hnlr. Thn li.rlmr 1,!ii trnr n . w" u n to u ,i Cwai rri. Coiuiilclo Stock or Lumber, iwi iu irnieiJ Jll'.tui UUVUJiUMV mj tu a 'I Til L sal lal l ttick of black iiornado and cnivfully touched r HowcllSj but to many of tlci story writcru for, FQuraol.el lunl ta of krMutif l'ftl,rlljr, Our tulo in Tlio Bun is to print no inter- Both rough and drrascd, Prices on ererytblng at iiumimtim, all u fail-MW.aadln TUB Commercial College np bis man's oyebrows nnd oyclashcs, gavet, tuo "ijingftzlnes. Thoy (jet f 11 aiviuc.vu. view without ilrst siibinlttlng til" cotiy or tLa "itfoasaUif,t?tw. fc.AtM I. tivtnA at lints iwvul itnl Iciti.( .'.. i.l niufcrst Honor and Uold 111 Jal otr til oilitr Collects, uu tuaiu) tjHji, a uao vnui ' n powuer nag anu. im lira coir trth, iiimimiiuuii nwi mu mh, they nro pablithcd. 4lt i.iu),ut nxU to tbo iwnaon intwt'rfivwl, In ortlqr M of lluut.tet (ilnat and TVwjJ't iiplila, ft rltm Aleett X Llal, lioir us itity one. xinwlii which Whatever)' Hint tlio nocuracy nn null an tlio fairness of llru! denial Cj. bounced liim out of tho chair. I actually i.viiiru, ,.iiainci.uurHiioi. ..mnt uruair. ,a i.i. nc. iThrtttnpLpyl. l't Boaril. llualiii Course. flail lIutrtn.N. Y. bluilioil for my .t, ami n ill never nirnlii have ,,,ov "l I,u'kd UJ' putting them out In bookw Cluelnnatl.l ,- I solltlt a share of your .itroila;e Kesptctfully l8CluflUbT iatioii bU'Mnfry an't al'udieO, Kkcrl " l'-"yia. .juwhu,.". ',,ft'' '"" v Y uoio. foitn la . onslJiiitHl na clear r)rollt.-?,- Viv Ko ta. nnvfi.t. . .nVi A.., . 1mr)i)U-- t aa.1 Itlnrtfaj aaxliltla SMbjrDrvttllw la-fMii,n. Vm'tr Sn. ' Tribuim Ircr Ilaaranlrcl HMfrr. I. it. UltVCE. Inm-lvk- r I. . atiSvlataaUJrcvttV. OF ARTEMUS WARD BEFORE A LONDON AUDIENCE. Tito Proposed Cities on tho tin nits of tho Potomac It may not bo generally known that thero H H fuH B H V.a3H2wtI jrr !'t Ar-tonu- '' I i". IMS' n. sii piatt, J-hn- d MYERS HOTEL, M .. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Propr . '"''" coiai-ctlto- Htd ' rv! ' tp-dn-y ,,, - !, Ah ba. Husband-fuiTOdll- ij i d .'' 'J ' ' ... ITOK j XIIRCSK IMIXiXialllfil A Big Offer! semi-darkne- 3FOI6 HilXi'E! 8it " jt '""rlo Slwerl i ws , - I if LO a, ri,il. j; ,.ii.i.Vi,...... ;" J '111 j, ''r't ,,!, .... ..,, l)M-lyr- .... S"th0 wW' L. &N. M ;- SS !., TUROUQUTRUXKLINX' - .. J nitro-glycerin- e, SOUTH & WEST 3hi1nIIo !55!:"i.S!lj"p LQsiitSlJ ojpjijliilgjjjilg I ' s ' phi, .Ttnr -- Arkansas and Texas. 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