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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886120301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 3avmft-f- ' Semi 0 VeeUn vol. xro T'y ' t T . 5PS nietto !', onftmL' NO. 182.13 t. Icl 11 I STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1886. GRAND OVERCOAT SALE I . .' Several Hundred Overcoats Must be Sold Within the next few Weeks. They were shipped us from an d manufacturer with instructions to sell and sell they must, as we are so crowded with other goods have no room for them. If you want an overcoat don't fool your time away looking around for one. Gome right to our store where you can see stacked up more Overcoats than are in all .the other stores in town put together, and they are elegant tailor made goods, too We can sell you a good Chinchilla Overcoat for $3, $4 or $5, or an elegant all wool Overcoat for $6, $7 or $8. Elegant custom-cu- t and tailor-seweOvercoats, j;ough or smooth, at $10 to $15, worth from $15 to $25. Big assortment of Boys' and Childrens' Overcoats, away under regular prices. Anyone contemplating purchasing an Overcoat will b very unwise not to examine . our stock before buying. over-stocke- d will reccivo almost a car load of Beasonablo Cold Weather Good from New York Auctions this week consisting of Planriols, Linsoys, Canton Flannela, Ladies' and Genta' Underwear, Ladies' Gonta' and Childrens' "Woolen Hoae Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Cloaks, Ncwinarkoti, Short Wraps, Shawls, Scarf?, Hoods, MuQlers, &c., Sc, all of which will be closed out with a rush at our usual bewilderingly low pricw. About Dec. 15th we will open up lim mens lino of Dolls and other suitable goods for the holidays. Ao early visit of Inspection is solicited from all. "We THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE, - S. L. POWERS NEWPORT NEWS -m CO., & Popular Originators and Promoters of low Prices for alLthe people. The only Spot Cash House in Stanford. HISSISSIPPi m T - f r . ab.ent from rohool Ad Jin.' t U 1.000 000 that it will In the Southern S.atcs I Imve ttAYNESBURO, LINCOLN COUNTY. to the 2.01C 7S0 mentioned nbore m not enMd that f.nc.thlrd of the populitlon of the Clark Singleton dteJ of heart disease Twenty ro1 yearling MuI,13of them mares, rolled we hare 3,010,780 children in tbe Smthe'n Smtes are colored people, but last week. Mr S. Y. Palgett, of Science rorsile. Call on or sddren meat Lancaiter, Ky. Southern Htalei who are recHiiving no edu when we are trying to determine whether '73-lJ. Z. 'A STIH. PnbtUhrit TiicactatfMftiiit h'rlttttya cation Hill, Pulaski county, has returned home, whaltfer. But concidinc that all or not eich State in the Uaioa Is able, -- AT after a visit to ber brother, 'Edward Lach, of tin? 804,850 enrolled children are re without aid, to educate hercbtldren of both I a and other relatives at this place. H. 8. ceiv.fR more or lest InstrncMon, nr hare a rces we raut consider 1he ondltion of Wilson has gone to 0en county, where he As rvpreseaUtlre of Mr. Vf.U. Anlersjn. Iofler chance for it, tbo fict remains that there things in etch S'a'e eepira'ely In understood If wtcreilt that 11.50 will bs ior sale prlraUly bis oeAt brick houis and lot of has bought land, to make some improveand demanded. t7acrcaonBomerait ATenus la HUnfirJ. Ths populttion is 172 801 in ae 2,010,780 children of school age who, as ments in order to receive his family, who f'acg bai all tho necxiiry lmproremeati and la r. stated above, aie not eatollcd and therefore excew of the white, and therefore in that on or adaresa ruiatHtan. deeirau e on. go in thres weeks. -- T.J. Pdlgett 'orJinrcgtrdtolt. tail hare no opportunity for education wint- State almost all of the tax burden must be will W. P. WALTON. 161-P.Jl.JIcKOtJEttTS. bought olJoo Cotton a bay mire, 5 jeirt erer Toey are not enrol It-- an pupils pre orris J by c)iUsrib'y Isn thtn tnlfof the old, f jr $97 50. il. S. Wilson eold some sumibly there are no schools in citizens. In HiuthCiroHm the dlspirlty ! fat hogs to L ty & Green at $3 75 per cwt. federal Aid to Schools, reach cf tbvm, but wbattrrr tbq cauij may ii still greater, ths exc mi of nsgroti being W. C. Sims eold to Horace Wilson a milk be they are as utterly destitute of scbooL 213,377. Ia Ltulslana lest than half tin to the Editor of th Interior Journal ) A raluable Stock Farm eootataluj 3 tit Acres cow for $23 Mm. M. O. Padgett presented sltaited 1 mils from Crab Orchard on tbs Bttntexd Federal aid In comwsn prlrllegts m if they lire 1 in the besrt of populatloi Is while, while in OjorUand Tho opposen of pike. her hinbinl with a big boy tbe other night. stors-roitwo and roomi orer asms, icueolf, while the ilea that Cjngrets haa Africe. So it appears that raord llun half Alabama the two raoa ara nouly e q i il in Tnli Is tbne boyt for thsm Millard will inThs new Biamora,onBoain aide or Main street, ballt br conttllutfonal power to crsnt such aid un the children of school sge in thoee Slates numbers So it appears that in tbe fire have plenty of help in a few Owsley A boa. Abo ths brick rmldeace In which year?. Qso I am now Urine. J: O. OWSLEY, der ac siato of ciso, CJn'ead that there U not only do not attend siiool at n'l, hut States Jmt enusuH'el alsto.t jll public JBI'U A. Padgett, our big trade, who msde three oiaaiora, &y. no occasion or necessity for it anyhow, be hare no opportunity to do ao. It i proper expeoiss (includlnji that oNJuoi(1d) m.ut deals iu land in one week and got the asms Statu are to remaik in this connection that the arer be footed by lesithan hlf of tho psnple cams, aj 1,'iey.lBjIit, (ha ho J bioz ajalo, hvi traded two fat hojS to Store-Roo- m abundantly able to educate tbeir ohii peoannual duration of the public echools K After a thou fitful existinitionof all the J,' W. Gooch for a milk cow. Frank Kidd, ple Whether or n it all the S'a'ts are able there is only 102 days. stitistics wlthtA my raich with nferenca to a son of Dinlel Kidd, is very low with feIN STANFORD. According lo the cemui of 18S0 theyear-l- y tbe cootlon of educitinal Interests in the to beir the necessary taxation to nstuoye ver Hi was thought to be a little better Tbs Uayden 8tre-Rooiths best in Sua fold, expenditures fir education in tbe Suth-e- Sonthero State.! I bare been brought irrethe (;rel burden of iguoinc rrhlob now Monday. Re r. J. M, Croea meeting closed In location an 1 arrangement. Apply to Slates amounts to abjnt $12,000,000 sistibly io tbe conclusion that to put the tiref whelun aotae of them, depends greatly IF. G. WECCU, at O.ive Church Sunday, after two weeks' 163 upon bo we defin ability to do a thing As there are more children not enrolled children of thoss 8 Jitsi on equal footing in preichlng day Stanford, Ky. and night, with 8 additions If a man with a family to tupport ha $100 tbaa there are enro'led by about 100,000 to respect of school prililegee with thote of the to the church. The candidates were d in cath nd nothing elsr, out eren victuals glye the former ths school alrantagei en- other States, would require an expenditure in Caney Sunday, after services. . II- - K. TAYLOK, for a singto meal aod not a msmbjr of hie joyed by the latter would cost an additionof at lent three times (he amount of money Of LOGAN COUNrY, Is a CandfdaU or ths offlce A newly marr'ei couple from the interipossessing a change of riiuent, It al sum of at lent 912,500,000. Bit this now belni; expanded for that purpois and family, might be tald of him that be ii able, has the estimate takei m acsunt of tbe cost of a consequent increase of taxation to that or of Nerada, who had evidently never be- to thaDemocnticawtaConTentlon. fore ventured upon a railroad train, took physical and Q taneial ability to buy and AchooMioitM to be provided for the unen extent. J B. the cars lo go upon tbeir wedding trip wtar an hundred dollar gold wlc!i and al rolled children. If wa add for the latter Nsir Stauford, Nor. 23, 1880. When the conductor came around to colways know the lime 'a day, but would any purpose say $300 eicu for 67,405 house Bargain. Assignations of Congressmen. lect the tickets, the bridegroom was so pinon of sound mind any he can aflard to (one house for erery 50 children) making TARilvlArMlin.t.l.t UBt.nK.1 tr . .... state of stuff that It is a eweet-iceot- ed by the novelty of the situation that desirable residence with aoren dj it, or that be I in any proper aenie able $17,233 600, we hare $29,239,500 to bo ad rotmi and porch- relgos here when Congress is in session any- be handed out bis marriage certificate. to do it? Yet this la but a fair Illustration ded to the annual expenditures in order to uwviiMin mo uoor; aiaoiv, imoxeuou'e, Ac About aq acre of ground in ths loU For how. Look at thai "Ltdies Re- The conductor looked at it approvingly terms, Ac, apply to of the ability, or inability, rather, o( the sQjrd all the children of pupil a;e opporu. a. A liFOIt D, ception room" at thelloute of Raprerenta-tire- i. and banded it back with the remark that Mi- Agent for J. R.Allord. Boulhern States of thi Uoion to properly tunity to eo to school 102 days in the year. Fitted up in sumptuous style, with it wis a highly useful documents in its educUe their own children. For tb pur This would raise the amount uecsssary for a clerk and page to attend to the cirds, it place, and one he had often contemplated note of tbroioL' tome lliht on tbii eubtec1 the first year from $12,000,000, what it now should by all means be a respectable place, securing for himsjlf, but that its possession and at tbe sime lime opening tlie eyo of is, to $41,239,500, prorided the new school for there are many good wnmen, who hare did not entitle the bolder to free paeeage people who hae not taken tbe tiouule to honor should be all made during the first legitimate business with mombsrs of school-bous- es over that railroad. invc.tltfate it lo the mattnitu.le of the mm year. But loirtn the addlliootl Is il a respectable plact? Will any out of the calculation, it is plain The Photographer, thoni Stilt and of Ignorance aa it exists in Speaking of the Killing of E4 Drohan, an lady who knows tbe regulathat in order to aflord mere tuition to nil self rotpo:ting of the mean cf remo-inof tbe inadequacy tions of the room, or who can read tbe las exchange sayr: But the strange circumIt, I propi.se hero to kItu Home statlstl children of proper ao it will lu neceosnry clrlous lines in the facei that cluster there, stance lie in the fact that three engineeis cat face hmtght out Co lt dUcnwlon iu to mote than double the taxnion for school No, she would raihor stand in have been killed on the the Cinclnnitl at the Ira", session, purposes. Tnis is a Terr low estimate -- far co then? (Southern while aclin? as substitutes for the Uollrd Statee Senate me narrow cold corridor j and he tstled fact dncd fiomofllsW source', mainly below the true estimate, I am ure, for it and s'arod at by the pwtlng crowd than to Drohan. The fitstwa i Dan Driscolt, who Mado from the ceuu reporte bl 1830, nod which lmret out not only the estimaiod coxt of tbe sit on tne m iroccj s f w btd thu columns relieved Drohan of his run one day and was were recogn zd and conceded to be reliable neceaiAry new srbool b lUdlos, but it makes killed in a collision. Din Augjr mot the of lilted marble. IV r da aier diy you by ihoso participating In that debU Tnee no 4llowdace for at lean 1,000,000 of enroll , Bame fate and only about six weeks ago koo piloted cyprlannand daring adreuturea-vetalcuienlH pttrort to nhow the state of ol chi'die ) who, as herein before stated, do sending in their dlijraced or uumetl Matt Coomb', whihi "uubbing" for Drohan, waakllleJ. Sinday there iw no subetl-tut- e waiters jal.uius; l? educitlnn in 1SS0 -t- he not attend school at nil presiim.ibly becu) nuuet to members who negloct their cicred on for Drohai and he die! at his poU, cenu ivtr. L't hip premise tut It h not here is no r.)nm in tbo school for them cills, Yot seemsm Now dws any returnable mn think that duties to answer their MT. VERNON, KY. pretended by anybody that the original earing tha Uvea of others and sacrificing his few tnotntnU' chat, go for their ttio Southern poople are abs to betr the btrs a'lar a free Bute oio not able of tbernselfes lo od own n This old and hats and bin away to trfsting places scuce Hotel Is still UcitHtrulr people, but IhM the old alnTe sddltionil taxitton which I hare shown tn Take one teaspoonfulof powdered borax; fins reputation. Charges roaiouable. bsynuud tbo Qorernment grounds Or you In considering this qu stiou Special attention to ths trarellcg public. Binte. owlriK to tblr oinptrallre piverty banrcrsu? see them surrouadod In tho restaurants in one tableapoonful splritt o( hartshorn, and 31. 1 XEUCOUn, Pro'r, aud tho fact thut they ate burdened with n the fact mrs be kspt in mini that one one quart (o(c water; mix all together and the btnement of tha Oipltol b thee money Alt. Vernon, Ky. 70atly cxoawlte proportion of the illiteracy third cftho population of the;o 10 States vampires who play upon the vanity of will apply to the head with a soft spong; then re wlllinit o are colored people, whoe taxable properly of trie country, thoult they ine victims No wonder some of the poor rub ths head with a dry towel. Use ones btulvt with and are heroically Qhling the on the average In only abut $5 ptr osptta, police thought it wm a good chance for a a week. Another excjllent and more eril, find themielvea wholly " that conscqioitly neatly the whole of cuontron simple. method is to take the yolk of an at "boodle. to dimtn- - tills In iteuse b irden must bs bourno by brotk uoihlo to oreroome it or Toe scenes at the last btdly daaiorahztd egg and rub it in thoroughly, a little at a I am dslly opening an elegant line of Fall Mlllln-er- ji t'lH rrlme ruc. wbo constitute only iab It lncluiUDgall who wore time. It will produce a ellgtu aoipy lathof the population Too deplorable seulon were shameful. Women tne llllter-tteIntheWuSiuthernStat? their cerllfitates of uochastlty on their fa er, which should be riosed out with soft The) Latest Novelties of the Season. of eiluottlontl sfldre iu the South by (iiensoua who otanot write), lOaaraofae Tnia leives the 'catp perfectly water res like the signs in market places frequentandoer,uretnnumb3r 4 700,000, which no means jiiatifift any cemure or reprosoh ed the Oipltol dally lo draw their regular clean and the hair soft and silky. Alao Notloni, auch ka Uandkerchtefa. Collars n.r. f"?1' "ucalng, Corasu, Buatlea, eto. You is three fourth of the oatire number of il of her citizens. Tney are neither unmindthe rations nr to toake new conquest. Men racated by Oar exemption lnws enable a sconndrel will find me at next roomitolatelyMyers Uoum. 'Warren, dour tbe Hlertleaof thatitseln the United S.atoa ful nor neglectful t f ihiir dutr in reference whose namei are in the month' of millions to eel the gojd-- t and money of his neighbor KATE VVDUItltAR. Of tbe entire white papulation In tbe to the matter. They are, ncordini; to my will respond- to tbe autographs cf these As without couipcu-aitoA sort of legal z id Slatee, 10 yean old and orer, 13J information, miking ths most xtrenuoua Soultuin pasias, while an honest and suffering con robbery, as It were Htwerer, illias tho tf UXiia F. ilTJD'ffMA.K, per cent or 13J out of erery 100, aro Hitter' efTirta lo lesson tbo erll of ignorance In stttueot might cool her hola for hours or feet t eslablisu the cash ayetem, which we 1 a dlsadran the ratio ia oyer 15 per their midst. They appreciate XJ3INri?iai', ate; n 7 of lhm days without a sight of tho Rtatesnim, ptay may beome unirersil -f- dentinel cent. la only fie of tbem does thin ratio tagea and danscra at fully, indeed iu re f Charles Euston Klncild in Louisville STANFOUD, KY. Democrat excerd that of Kentucky, which is over 15J fully and keenly than do any other psople Times. Uffloe aoath itda Main Street, two dooft -population iu ou earth, Their bitter experience haa How la your blood? U Ureon's Sinapirllla, tho Myers UoUlt per cent O! the .olored PureNluoui Oxu tin sdulnliured wu.c Tne American AnalyU aaya tbat a man Pot sale by Mclloberts A SUjg at It. ycnr8ohUndnyr70outofeTery 100 are tanuht them what it it to be dominated by qatred. a rat horde of donsely ignorant peopl. who received a note from his lawyer that illiterate. The rate of taxation for nducational pur he was unable to decipher stepped into a 6,721,030 Cill- There are In those State drenofto'iO')U8e,olwhom 2.S04.850 are poses in the Southern States ia precisely drug store and handed Ifto tlie clerk with- "When Baby was alck, wo gara her Caatori, the re.ldne of the same as it is in the New England Sta'ei out a uord. The clerk looked at it carefulSTANVOBD, KT. enrolled a pupils In "Wlien aho was a Child, she cried for CMtoria, but as the yalue of property per capita In ly, went to the prescription counter, and 2 010,780 not bdlnc enrolled hate, cone When she became illaa, ahe clnnf to Caatoria, W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Oi the the former is only $155, while In the latter soon returned with a bottle of medicine duquently, no acce to nohooln at all When aho had Children, she gare them Castoruv, only 1801830 it la $601, it will be seen that tin amis rtie ly labelled with directions for taking. Af . 2 804 850 who nrenroll-- d 61x9 of Stage, 20x60. Eight comdets sets of Cosa. ma waa the a- - of taxation will bring in the New England terwsrd the lawyer said the note asked (tie achnols -t- hat ery. Setting capacity, including tiallsry, Mi)-- I attended Jlttuonxblo rate to good attracnous. States uanra than four tlmta the revenue client to call at his office next day. 1000.000 dally nHrnd.ince-'enT- in MLS?, THE- PEUANNUM.OAHII. Town Idot For Sale CHESHEOHIOIIBOTE Kenfucki's.gnuRoute East Washington, Philadelphia and Tbo only line running t! Now York. ASD H J FOB SAX.E PULLMAN NEW SLEEWNW CARS A SOLID TRAIN vknu . Louisville, Oincinnati & Lexington, Ky. The Direct Kont la Lynchburg. Danrille, Norlolk and all Virginia For ticket! and further InlormilUn. .nnt your nearest ticket office or addreas W. w'afan. roe, tioneralAgont, Lexington, VLj. 2d Vice President, FaBt Trains for Now Connecllog in th sams depot with York. For Hent m Gen'l Faaa'r Agl. LouUrllle, Ky. bap-ttxe- Goncert Grand, PI AlffOS ! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. For Sale ata flue-trat- We are opening tbe moat carefully selected, tho finest and beat itock of PIANOS AND ORGANS 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers aak for tha . . at met fwAswta iM.sxa uvu. Davkams aI uiusitTHi! hqu uwua ui . .1 cuuura . I ..- - In wl w4 4m mm IniiiialLii vSa.t. . .u.atv svsiumijilUUUI lUUUfnUIllUI, CUitl Erer brought to this city. Erery inatiument -- . a thA tirlda tt an avtl.t .n.l n.l.M Is an Cm-gre?- s. E. H. FOX, lanvillef Frames - ,'""i Instruments: w "" IVorld-reiiotTuc- u umi. acaigaaui ineae ceia-brat- - - Ky. tl Tho Kuabc, tho Fa mous Dcclf.ori.vSou, the Povnlar and tho Rcliablo Jfotr England Pianos, Tho Oelebratod Olonghand Warxen and tho John Oliuroh & do. Organs. Er-orott to Order. NEWCOMJB IKJTEf, U Fleme couniunlcale with us for catalogues, term nd prices. W. II. Ii. COOIi, 8peclal Ag'te. ritanford, Ky. OrROiE R. UICUAltD, Keferencea: A. It. Fenny, Mrs E. M. Carren-ter.- J. M. Fblllpa, J. M. Mooro and James leas-leStanford; Mra. Uaggle lioloies. Crab Orch. ard; Oen. W. J. Landratn and Mils Lizzie Huff-waLanczifr, Ky, 1330 jr J. poat-offlc- e. y, n, O. fc M. UHIQ & MlSSiSSiPPI from II. W S3-6- ra The direct through line and old established routs MIIiXsIKTSSRY. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis eu and all points in the West. two-thir- a Two (2) Dally Trains from LouIsTllle to St. Louis. Three (J) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to at. Louis. Only IO ours from Louls'lUeand Cincinnati to U Louis. Tho Only Lino by which you oan get a Through Slooping Car From Clncloatl to St. Loula. Bml-,8- - o. andancinnatttoSt. Ji Rr. Thft O Louli, all other routes being made up of a combination of email roads. lathe only line running trough irom Loularllle WUHGEON OPERA HOUSE. Tho Ohio A Mlaalailppt Railway runs Palatial bleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach. cs on ali train:. DITr.L5ic,??. ""nectlona are mads In DNIOM DEl'OTd with dlrervlng lines by theO. A M. itallwsy, thus STofdlug troblesome tram- fsrs by other routes. The Ohio A Mlutulppi Ralliray is the only lias between Loularllle, Cincinnati end St. Louu under one management, running all Its trains through solid and In consequence is recognised First-Clo- u Itonts be- tween tUoie Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting Hues for or any desired Information, or write to Tray. Faaa. Ag'l O. ivni. R'y, ruANAurKy. A M. Homerset, W. B.8HATril6, JOUN F. BARHARD, Msn'gr, Free, aqd Osn'l Uen. I'aw. Ag't, CtDcinnati, 0. ia&.Li n ... i i, erae j l I . i.a-.- ... J.jjgjj ri N07ES OF CURRENT SffiB f ! ! ;! i )'! ill in 9-- i Fifiy-peve- n wrte head of fancy The President is reported to have told get rid burned in the barns of J. W. Allen, at East they ut his Cabinet officers that Philip Heldelb.cn, a noted banker, is of as many as possible of the republicans Syracuse, N. Y, dead at Cincinnati, aged 72, The Hurley Tobacco Growers Convenholding important places. Liquor license is to be increased in 1, tion will assemble in Lixiegton Dec 7tb, The debt statement issued Dc. December 3, 1886 Chicago from $500 to $1,000. Stanfoid, Xy., shows that the decrease of the publlo debt to devise ways and means for Nearly one thoueand bales of cotton during November amounted to $3,005,240-58- . tion. were consumed by Are at llileigh, N. 0. Jonathan Jackson, of Barren county, W. P. "WALTON. The cash in the treasury is $139,023.-740.6- 9. The Kentucky Union Rillroad has recently sold 15 hog, all of the same litter, been sold to the Standard O I Company for Mr. CirlUIe says the House will vote thirteen months old, which averaged 200 Benatok John D Harris, of Madison, $600,000. pounds to the hog. on the tariff question during the approachcandidate for governor, has started on his It is stated that 65 per cent, of the to ing session, and that the friends of revenue Jesse Martin, of Midway, shipped to eanvaseof the State and wssin this ojunty baceo crop in the Uaited 8tatea is raised in stronger than during the Louisville this week a lot of Rd Chester reform will be yesterday, meeting old friends and making Kentucky. hogs, 400 In- - number, which averaged 345 last session. many new ones. He seems to be made of of Africa Henry Btanley, the explore pounds and were purchased at $3 75 per Gen. James A Dawson, Surveyor Gen just such mat (rial as Kentucky seeds says that he has so far spent $5,000,000 in eral of Colorado, who has been visiting rel- hundred, at the head of her execatif e affairs now, his researches. Perhapt the greatest novelty in turf atives at his former home in Hart county, for he la a business man of acknowledged W.H. L. Maxwell, the murderer of was stricken with paralysis a few days ago circles this eason is n pair of twin colts, ability, being one of the most successful Preller, at St. Louis, hs been reprieved unnow five months old, that were dropped by and his life is almost despaired of. farmers in the State, and a mtn of broad til Febrnary 1. official majority Adele Clark, record 2:25 and got by Charles 8 Voorhees' and progressive views. His coarse la the Two persons, one charged with mur2:25, a son of George Wilkes. Washington Territory is Senate was marked for its careful attention der and the other with robbery, broke out for Delegate from David Boswell sold 40 bead of fat cat 2,102, but the republicans have the Legists is wonderful Pain-Cur- or tothegreat interests of the State and he of the jail at Fineville. ture bv two maiority. The proposed ad tie, a very fine lot, to Lehman A Co , for over stood at the front of the line battling for Mrs. Annie Greer has been acquitted Territory as a State will $4 50 per hundred and a premium. Howsuch legislation as would redound to her of the murder of her husband at Little mission of the party 30 head of scarcely occur during the present Congress. ard Nutter sold to same prosperity and good government. It has Rock, her plea being self defense. A Californian is suing the New York 1,600 pound cattle at $114 per hundred. een eaid that he will make his race as the A meeting is to bs held at Pittsburg, Central railroad Company and the Central James Downing sold his stock cattle to sworn enemy of the new revenue law. Deo. 0, for the purpose of organizing a Sleeping car Company for $80,000 damages Redd & Bro , at 3 cents per pound. James Such he tells as is not the case. There are National Colored Base bill League, His complaint is that Roach sold his stock hogs to same party $40,000 each. gocd points in the bill and he!,recognIzea Mrs. Margaret Roemer, a native of Lex, Gazette. while he was on his wedding tour he got into at $3,60 per hundred. the need of legislation on the subject, but who died at Bjwllng Green, aged porter, aa altercation with a sleeping car he thinks with the increise of assessments 65 years, was the mother of 10 children. "I used to think there was ao harm in and the porter knocked him down. the rate of taxation ought to have been that Shipley, Dolsy&Co, of Cincinnati, Company will Deputy Sheriff Nelson, of Union Star, round dancing, but I happened to be at a materially decreased. The new law will wholesale dealers in dry goods, have made Mo., arrested James Boyle, who stole three dancing party the other night and I saw bring in much more revenue than is need an assignment. Their liabilities amount to the new style pf waltzing, and most confess horses in that vicinity lately. The prisontdand he does not believe in taking it $800,000 made a break for liberty, and the deputy that I was shocked. The old style of hop er from the pockets of the people to horde in There were 212 deaths in Louisville drew a revolver and shot him through the wallzlngrcquired one's mind to be entirely a8tate treasury. The present law taxes during November. Of these 31 were from Upon hie on the step and time, and was innocent and brain, killing him instantly. what a man owes, which is manifestly un- consumption. 25 from diphtheria and 14 letters proving that refreshing, but now the man has little else person were found just and which the next legislature is bound from pneumonia. to do than hold bis fair partner in his arms organized band of hone-thievremedy. On all questions of State policy has pardoned there is an to The governor of Indiana AT STANFORD OPERA MOUNE. and slowly turn her round to break the a Northwest Missouri and8outh-erthe Senator is admirably equipped and If Julius Coleman, the young Evansvllle law. operating in monotony of things. The slower the waltz Iowa. he is elected there will be a rattling of the yer who attempted to swindle an insurance The new dam which has just been fin- is now danced the more stylish it is considdry bones. Eesides a large number of company out of $50,000. la ished at Lmgley cotton mills, in South ered, and nothing more or less than hugfriends the Senator has a host of relatives Susan Spurlock, aged 60, of Peters ging in publio Of course men can stand Colof the Charlotte, in this county and we take It that old Lin burg, Va., was burned to death by the ex- Carolina, on the line Fashion way and it is this, but can young women? A Augusta road, gave coin will be mighty apt to do something plosion of a lamp thrown at her by Mary umbia Seoare your Seat at MoBoberti & 8tgg'i, almost a complete wreck. The water again com pel Is them to wear the lowest of again for him. Bprigtr, 20, who was arrested. low cnt gown, and the man must be blind rushed through in a fbod from the pond Mora than a dozen postmasters in Senator Eiddlxbekqer, of Virginia, is swept away half a mile of the Charleston or wsar a mask to prevent him seeing causing much uneasiness in the republican Kentucky will have to step down and out Columbia 5 Western railway, and badly charms that generally should be hidden Ex. camp by his democratic leanings. In his in the next two months, the terms of that damaged the the tracks of the South Caro from his sight, paper published at Woodstock, Va , he is number expiring in that time. It bslieved that an earthWhile we havo at no lima been in favor It is said that the vacant Turkish lina railway. the is very friendly towards President Cleveland, foundations and caused prohibition aa a legal principle, or as a morquake shook and says that he may cloee his administra- mission has been tendeted by Secretary the structure to break. al remedy, we have always ad vocated the ag tion with much of the general approbation Bayard to Mr. W. N. Clifford, of Maine, General Manager Harrahan, of the L. itation of the temperance question, and inwith the consent of the President. that marked Mr. Monroe's administration & N., says: "Work on the extension from sisted on the Boundness and adoption of the At Morita, Texir, a gadgof 50 Chineeo DRUGGISTS as the nra of good feeline. If he votes with on tho KnoxviHe branch, to Pins-villlocal option principle. We beliefs that the democrat?, as it is likely he will, and railway Jaborera were attacked by a numin Bell county, is progressing rapidly. any community has a right to determine Van Wyck, also, the democrats will have ber of masked men, who subjected them to Gangs of laborers are busy all along the for itself whether it will or will not permit both branches of Congress and nothing will most horrible tortures and robbed them. line and the whole 30 miles will probably the saloon to exiit in its border; and, for The translations on the New York lie in their way to carry but the reforms be completed and trains running regularly our part, we are opposed to the existence BrnRS, Wall Paper, Mimical Wine. Stock Exchange were greater Wednesday promised by and expected of them. ChctHlcalg, sometime within the coming year. The of the saloon at any time or place. Social Liquor B2?k.S InHtrHemeaU, any other stock exchange in than those of Palnte, Stationery, Cigar, Packet The two telegrams about the murder in the world and aggregated $100,000,000 in construction of the extension from Birds and moral sentiment can make and keep Neap, Teliaccesu Cutlery, town to Snrincfield is also in progress, ex the saloon business so odiousand unprofitaKentucky of a preacher and the outrages value. .Lamps, Perfumery, Fire Aram, Mack la invited to addreis cept the four miles near Baidstown, the ble that no person except the moat abanGov. Knot has been inflictei on another old minister by demoNeedle), the students of Central University on the route of which has not vet been definitely doned will think of staying in it or emcrats because he voted the republican tick et, which have appeared in the daily pa- eubjecf of the relations of capital and la located on account of trouble over the barking in it. This carries with it odinm for tbe man who enters Into the saloon to pers, turn out to be without foundation. bor and has consented to do so early this right of way " Louisville Democrat take a drink. They were sent by Henry Pickerel!, a dir- month. Geo. H. Thobe, the unknown DutchGARRARD COUNTY DEPAR1XZNJ. ty little republican of Jfiemingsburg, and formA Virginian tells how he packs cabbage man, through bis attorney has served Lancatter. the town paper shows the little viilian up al notice on Speaker John G. Carlisle of his "We have tried all sorts of ways to keep Elder G. W, Yancy is holding a proin his true light. A coat of tar and feathcabbage over winter, and at last bit upon a intention to contest his seat in the 50th tracted meeting at the Christian church. ers would become bis foul back. Ken Congress. plan I haven't seen in any of our paper. Miss Bonnie Wheritt, who has been a tucky surely hsB sins enough to answer for We take the heads only, and placing barA crank named Bodie, who has been without attributing to her those she never annoyinglMrs. Garfield, at Mentor, by writ- guest of Miss Kate Wheritt for the past rels in the corner of an unuse3 stable, put DKALKK IN. Covington week, returned to her home in committed. ing letters and forcing himself into the in a good quantity of dry leave;; then The Philadelphia Rtcord says: Mr. Car house, has been arrested and sent to the Wednesday. bury a bead and stuff leaves around it; an The air is full of rumors of approach-marriage- s. lisle will be made Speaker of the next county, poor-houother head or two if small, more leayes and Madame Rumor is so very unHouse because bis unrivaled qualifications so on. Three barrels hold all we need. A Clark county hunter will go with reliable, though, we are afraid to place any acfor the difficult position are universally We pile and pack thoroughly in and one ear the balance of his life. While out print. knowledged, and by none more cordially hunting the other day Mr. Goosey Btum-ble- d of her statements in around these barrel,, all tbe leaves we Mr. Barnes says that his son Will is than by his political opponent!; and, beand had his ear blown away by the have patience to carry, and lay old boards applying himself eo closely to tbe study for came on the paramount issue of tariff re- dischange of his gun. over them. We have done this several and getting so orthe Episcopal ministry, form he truly reflects the sentiments of years." It looks as if New Orlens mashers will be will not is nine-tentof the democrats elected to the have to arm themselves. When Mr. Lieb-man- thodox that there danger that An Editor With a Note Book. There recognize him after awhile. Fiftieth Congres3. Abuee of Mr. Carlisle of that city, picks out the bullets firThe Owsley Riffles are preptring for a are some men in this world who think they is only an indirect way ed into him by n comely young woman, he " as a big blow-ou- t on Dec. 30th. Target prac have done something smart when they have of denouncing the whole democratic party. will probably go and buy a gun. skirmish and company drills, to wind succeeded in "snaking" an editor out of The wife of "Bill Jones, the avenger," tice, That bright, particular star of radical up with a supper and bop at tbe Opera small sums lor subscription, we keep a . fellow who tried to kill Guiteau, has ''dead-beat- " ism, Col. W. 0. Bradley, sajs that should the book for tbe names of these W. B. McKINN EY, House at night, will be the programme. sued him for divorce, alleging that he is a Salesmen. Gen. Euckner receive the democratic nomMr. J. C. Thompson, the enterprising small sharks. There are others who get JOHN imiUUT, fellow, who has forced ination, and be thought "the wind is blow- worthless, drunken city, received a direct im mad if asked to pay tbe email amounts they debauch- - jeweler of this ing a hurricane that way," the republicans money from her and spent it in portation of six Swiss music boxes from owe. We keep a list of these also and very ery. would stand an excellent chance to elect The trial of John Dillion, M.P, for Geneva Switzerland, Tuesday. Ihey are promptly enter their names on our "jickais their man. He believes the republican speaklnghis mind was called In the latest improved and attract a great deal book," There are some interesting statisState Central Committee will be called to- Dublin Tuesday, and postponed until Dtc. of attention from music loving people. tics at Ibis office. fMcDffie (Ga) Jourgether on January 8lh to decide upon the 11, on motion of the defendant, the repre. Hugh M. Grant left Wednesday for nal. time and place for holding their State con- sentative of the government making no Williamsburg, where he takes a position as A Georgia paper publishes as truth tbe vention. assistant teacher in tbe college at that place. story of a Marion county farmer who beopposition. D. Harris doubtless remember Mr, Grant is well fitted for the place, being came satisfied that he had a tapeworm. Eo is now raid that the interesting event John which the newspaper correspondents had Grant's famous message to Gen. Buckner at a graduate of Centre College. He has late- he carefully baited a little fishhook, tied a fixed to occur at the White House this Fort Donelson, "I propose to move upon ly been acting as the Advocate correspond ahort line to it, swallowed tbe hook, and your works at once," and will attempt to pondent from here. winter, was sent out under a misapprehentied tbe lice to a buttonhole. Then he Louisville We hear much complaint from tLe waited for a bite. By and by he thought Dealers lD(all Una of- sion and there is no foundation for an of make history rtpeat itself, business men regarding the unnecessary de- he bad one and yanked the line; the hook the paragraphs. Mrs. Cleveland will go Commercial. If the Dsmocratio rascality in Indi- lay in the delivery of tbe mail which comes caught in his throat and had to be dug out. out a good deal this winter, and if there is entertainment at the White ana is so far a buccobs as to juggle Harrison on the evening train on tbe K. C. The He didn't catch the worm. not as much House this winter as before It will not be out of the Senate, it will leave the Senate traina stop about 100 yards from the pasI.jcent attempts of German photographafter the 4th of March in the hands of two senger depot and do ail their switching and on account of any domestic resBons. unloading of freight before they pull down ers to photograph a projectile in the course cranks Rlddleberger and Van Wyck. is usual for people who meet around Cin, Commercial. been successful in show and deliver the mail. It usually causes a of its flight hare the bier of a common friend to forget for a iog the head of condensed air which pre been col- delay of 30 or 40 minutes. Thirty thousand dollars have a time at least old animosities. It is not every shot. It is this head which is lected for a Hendricks monument at InMiss Lula Barnett, of Emporia, Kan cedes so with the republicon leaders however for supposed to prerent even skillful riflemen dianapolis. The shaft will be mosr-row- n was a guest of Mrs. B. M. Burdett this it is said that at the Arthur funeral Blaine and gray with age before New York lays sas, when hung bitting an empty HCRREYS, week. Rev. S.JW. Peeples is conducting from refused to shake hands with Edmunds, ne Herring's school on a long thread. The air blows the shell of her million dollar an interesting revival at the corner-stoConkling refused to speak to Blaine, and tbe way of the bullet. Grant monument. houso in this county. Thera have been 26 out of Chandler snubbed Hayes. Slate Senator ;omitb, .President pro additions thus far. Mr. John II. Wood being slaughtered by the Wild gewe are An assessment of 25 cents is to bs made tern, of the Indiana Senate, has filed in cock returned Tuesday from a deer hunt in thousand at Beaver Lake, in Northwestern on every Knight of Labor who has work to junction proceedings in the circuit court at Tennessee. Six deers were killed by the Canada. Two men recently killed 1,000 Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coal, .Lnitiuer, Etc. help those who had work, but preferred the Indianapolis, to prevent the Secretary party he went with. Col. B. M. Burdett and dried tbe meat for winter use and idleness of a strike to keeping it. With its of State from issuing an election certificate left for Florida Thursday morning to attend it is not unusual for the local gunners to dues and assessments being a Knight is to Col. Robertson, republican Lieutenant to the shipping of oranges from the grove bag 50 ad 100 in a day's shooting. lather expensive business. Governor-elect- . in which he has an interest. Samuel Har- Erastus Brooks, who died the other ill, Jr. has returned from Louisville where There are nbout 200,000 men interested The limes says that Gov, McCreary is in braes bands, either as players or makers Y democratic day in New York with something more he has been attending a business college. THE of the impression that the next There are 30,000 braes of instruments. candidate for governor of Kentucky will be than a million, wisely guarded against tbe Farmer Hlllman, of Sharon, Ga look- bands In this country at the pretent time, aaBBLSrfaSrWSTtTl Cerro Gordo Williams, with every indica- lawyers becoming bis residuary legatees by WALTON, dividing bis estate among bid children long ing for gold on1 his farm, found a spot and the number is rapidly increasing. tion that the republicans will nominate where tbe soil was curiously discolored. He before his death, reserving for himself a Gen. Casaiua M. Clay. a published very Tuesday and Friday at tbe citizen of Honeybrook, P,, A love-sic- k mere competency to secure the comforts sethis negro hired man to digging and he B2MaVIvViVnMdHll lowprltoof Mr. Watterson is making the editorial due to age and declining years. found that he had struck simply a clay committed suicide by eating peach pie and columns of his paper fairly scintillate with TWO DOLT, AIIS PER YEAR. washing it down with ohloroform, This , bed. No gold was found, but the negro, Five years ago T. P. Wood all, of Harts-villehis genius for fine writing. He is rather Ala , la a fit fell iotn an open fire who wai iheumatic, discovered that when mixture of poisons soon settled him. hard on Mr. Cleveland, but the country is and his skull was bo badly burned that he he dug in the clay his pin ceased. He Mrs. Amelia Gregory, widow of David with him on some of his suggestions, at was likely to die. As a last resort surgeons excavated quite a pit, and now persons in least. vicinity declare that the soft clay of Gregory, deceased, died suddenly at her OV ALL CLASSES removed the entire skull on a line parallel that The President says he baa made certain with tbe eyebrows, placed an artificial cov the pit is a sure cure for rheumatism; and home in the West End Tuesday night of Neatly and Choaply Exeoutod. Bbe had long been pledges to the people in connection with it is reported that invalids who go there on consumption, aged 02. the civil service law, which he proposes to ering over the brain and Woodall lived un- rrntr.h.-- . after applying tbe clay to the af- - a conslstant member of the Christian BTANtfOHD, KY. carrroiit. He can do '-so and at the same til a few days ago and retained all his fao- No"-- ". r1,iirS rP"V-v'ltj.i " " . ' l :' : ' - T EtENTS ct'i Siin-lSttlilclnteriarlott- rpI eelf-prot- ec ChildrenGry FOR PITCHER'S tho most known. Oa-war- d, Castoria Contnur Llnimont tho world has Bi-varl- a, AIDESN BEWEDICT'S Celebrated pretest MONTE CRIST0! DEO. es SATUKDAY NIGHT, 4TH. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PfKJBIIISTS, ln, B Opera House Block, Oil, Stanford, Ky. Genuine C. O. Salt In Kn.k'at Wholesale and retail. w. I HrMUlSi, ments, 1 se. Hardware, Farming ImpleElevators, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, JPumpjs;., 4&c. hs "free-trader- Mills, Ciier It WEAKEN & MEHEFEE, Farminglniplements and Machin ery, It Fine vg8ieBt f egg-she- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards- Farm Wagons, drain, SEMI-WEEKL- W. P. ProV. Interior Journal ti. M 1 ' J i- - ' I i l it .'limBte, tijyti W'- -l . n--i- u... '?..' t9 T iM-- N iJ kK au.t. i,Ji. v Vata. .7 &.. nal Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, - D&cember 3, 1886 Buslasso Mariager. TIME CARD. I. 4 Mill trsta Weather W. M. Rje, of Dinvltle, bought of Barnu had a very large audtence again at Mr. E. B. Vanmeter, of Greemburg, two Read Bourse' five comsaandaifnts. 2 o'clock yesterday, eeldlnzs for S315 and of T. B. Marshall a good i at T. R. Best brands of canned A delayed Cincinnitt Southern train Vidette filly for $176. At a sale in the Walton'. kept our attentive Danyille correspondent's county corn in bulk sold at $1 GO per bar rel, corn on stalk $1,35 par barrel; corn in Wanted to Rent. Straw and grata or letter from reaching us yesterday. shock, $1,01 per shock, -- Lsbsnon Stan Q, A. Swlnebroad." talk field and grist. cold blfzzud baa just swept A Buckwheat ii fl ur at 8 S.Mjer'. m and tho time considered, Mr. P n nvA W ee --- A lisdUp s-tjw- 3 VATOI. r, PHARMACISTS. DS.Llia m N. L8CAL 10 tUg KHlh....mm.. 3 15 r. m. Beatb...-- ... r. u. -- M Scents train" egtlim.mM,.M 1 14 Aim a 13 A.M MMhM.m.M.Mwn.Mm overihoea over the NorthwMt, the themometer & McRoberte " tering 30 below ztro in some points. of erery description at Bruce Mxm'i). bitino ladle' and children' regis- k A vk !jH Jul. 4 We received a postal note yesterday Wintei; cams In with the ground cover " ed with ow 'and yeeterday the mercury drawn in England on Kentucky, U 8. A, Ths .ovs Is calculated on standard Mms, Bohr the innocent Knder writing that if that bad fallen to 10. 11 ! About JO mlautei teiut office was not near enough to us that be You can buy rota ui 51 Inch, all wool LOCAL NOTICES. would In future send aa we would direct. hoa.epun at 40 ceaU. Ribertaon A Kin Buy your School Book frost Penny A nalrd, D.ntllle, X.y. " The City Council will rrqnlre a license McAlltter. Silverware of $25 for each merchant who sella fire animal. MalaoA grape, golden dates, cooking cracker and otber tricks of that kind; bo W atghbb and Jewolrr repaired on ahor bought Ett Lowest. total market Price Lowor than Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and colds. lollca and warranted by Peony A McAlU fig, Turkish prune, Imperial raUlna, Floi th Watches, Clock and JeweliT It will be safe to predict that none will be 1'ilc 60c For sal by Mcltoberts A SUgg. paired on short notice and WamnUd. R. r. orange and apple at 8. 8. Myere'. Ida will bo sold except eafe to predict that none Hunters, Attention. Lotded Cart"Green's Electric Oil cure all ache and pains. ridge, all alzia of shot, at Peony & A letter from Cooper, Texaa, informs on the aly. The ordinance ia a good one. For sal by MeRoberU A SUgg at 60c us of the death of Henry, tha 4 year old The little or;an which accompanied the A ooMrtrrK atock of Jewelry, lateet on of T, and Mattle Eison, and grand 9ETT ADVXBTUEHEHTB. J. ityle, Kockford watch a specialty. Pea Barnes troupe around the world and helped on of E.G. Wall, all formerly of this ay A MoAIUter. the Misses Barnes to make melodyln every county. land, has at last succumbed to the effort of FOB BENT. PERSONAL, Robertson A Kinnaird, of Dan-U- K the baggage smaabcr and has been perma- Mr. I. Smemiy Tbvis ban returned araoflsrinefine dreea (roods at a tremtn- - nentlv retired. Mr. liarnes bas ordered a T him a hniiaa in Tant en Stanford Street In (Vah CrrharJ with all nacaiaarr out.hoUM. Will from hit Kasaaa Ranch. dous reduction. There are many handsome new one which v 111 arrive in a short time. rent to either nontnir or yearly renurr. in, fonrenlent. Addrea hauaa ii larra and Louls-ill- e, ia and very desirable patteraa yet remaining ..... MimII.T Harris, of MRS. EVA smi'Ttl, -Benedict's Monte Cristo Company played lU-up to enjoy the Barnea saeeting. Crab Orchard, Ky. Doalor In- in their atock. J to a very appreciative audienos here Satur Mim Addib OrrxMSBntER and For Rent a house and lot, vary dwira- - day night. Lawrence waa magnificent. He FOB BENT. brother Sidney are visiting ia Chicago. - 1.n. anil rnmmnittnn,? all nee. .Or Jackson Givjsns, of Pittsburg, kl 1n.lis a Hercules physically and hu a voice Houie and Lot on I with eatary outbuilding; in firatclass repair; unexcelled. His support was good and 8treet, Into rant bit now occupied by Upper Main wu down to aee the old folk tbia week. Mr. W. M. Stanford, wish to rent, beginning with Jan. lit, for 1 the scenic effect were well adapted for the Bogle for the year 1837, cominsoclug with JanMiw Annie Buchanan, of Crab Of uary 1st, 1137. or three years. Jai. B. Owens. (Ky.) News. At Stsnford play.-P- arls chard, ia vMting Mr. A. A. McKlnmjr. Mlta. KATEUASS, night, tt, Btaaford, Ky. Opera House Mrs M. A. Obav and MUa Iva Mr. James Cochran, who has many of Verasllle, are the guest cf Mr. A. relative here, died at his home In Pea- HARRIAOES, 1 T BANK STOOK FOB SAXE. body, Kansas, Sunday, of old age. He Mr. W.H Ooldston, just arrived at his B Prick, of Danville, a Db A. waa ratwd in Mercer, but lived in this and I will sell at public tale at Stanford, Monday, majority, and Miss Nellie Rodenburg, bare- December Cth, ISM, County Court Day, IS shates young dentlit, will occupy Dr. L. F Garrard conntte for many yearr. married at Kings of stock laths First Nil'l Bank of Stanford. Will ly 15 year of age, were Hodman' office during hi abwnca In THEMerrv Bachelor! are preparing for Mountain yesterday. ell S share la a lot. J. IV. rUOCTJSft, London. Danville, Ky. At Lexington Wednesday evening Mr. R B Mahony and Mia Marie a big hop during the holidays, moat likely week a on the 28th. Belbreicht's Orchestra, of Brevet Lieut. Col. James Forney, of the will arrlye to eight to spend a few with her parent, while JUt. Mr, Mahony Louisville, haa been engaged and a special United Btales Marin Corp, and Miss Jane 6VILf OF PERSONALTY! ia visiting in Florida. of ladles and gentlemen from Lou- Stamp Richardson were married at the Rev. Oeoroe 0 Barnxs and wife, isville are expected to b present. First Presbyterian church. Col. Forney is We will ofTcr at public auction on tha premises in. MI Freeman and Miwe Marie and Geor-gi- e the eon of the late John W. Forney eo wide- of tht 11 Mrs. Chris. Engleman, Mart Smith gave the ball of $3,000 for ly known in the newspaper world. arrived Wednesday and are Biroe ON SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1SSO, which he was held for the killing of Oo The marriage of Mfu Kate Rout, of quartered at the Portman Houie. night, with J. M. Raid. Wednesday 8 work this place, to Mr. L. A. Farriia, occurred at All th 1personal property, consisting of none, Tnoa. P. Hilu Jr , of Stanford, ac Smith, 1 fatatlr Mules, William Burton, J. B Owens and Monroe tbe residence of her sister, Mr. L. II. Hue 3) Cattle,good work Horse, good SO good SboaU, Including 12 rlyed to look after a Land RjgUler . ena C.i t.w4 a DAnlKtni-- n DistVa (Vi Smith a bondsmen. Mart a well a hla alng, at Somerset, and the ceremony waa barrels Corn, 4&0 buihii threshed Oat. 20 stacks hip in Kansas. He will be presented to they have to the first father mortgaged all hay, llouienold anil Jiucnen turmtur, inciua-- I MI performed by Rev. J. R. Janus Times, Secretary Limtr thi afternoon. .au.iuiailjfMt aud teivet carpet, fanning three. Washington Cor. "Kittle" ia a very estimable and lovable implements emoracing a gooa vuiiuui jiuwer, - young lady and we wish her and her cho Ac . Ap. Uou A. M. Bwori hu purchased the The Winchester .Democrat says that a neTERMS. Ninety days on all sums of 110 and orer: iindtr that amount cash. Oood negotiable old Biptut remale College property on oto named Will Thompson, from Lincoln sen one great happiness and prosperity. notese.rlnglntrettaod parablsat the Farmers j National Bank ot Stanford will be required beSouth Broodway, Lexington, from Dt. Rj' county, is wanted at that place for atealing fore remo-- al of property RELIGIOUS. for $3,600. Col. 8. will erect a fine a valise from a drummer at the depot there. 1 . land, v. it. Jim nrtrs, T. MT. KXfl I. EM. I X, i -- ania. rteidrnre. rKentucklan. The marshal got alter him, but the negro Rev. W. H. Bernhardt, a converted Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, sharp. The Washington dUpAtcbe ray that took to the wood and eluded him. It if 'Jew, lectured at the BiptU church last Judge M.C. Sauflay atand a fine chance of said that he ia aleo wanted for car breaking night on "Why am I a Christian?" being made Chief Justice of Washington and for atealing an overcoat. The Northern Methodists proposed to Territory. Ererybody In tbia lection I for raise a million for mission in the year endThou thalt o to HOVUXCB for all thy Go to Born. Mr. Barne, whow motto Christmas OooJa. the Judge though tbey would regret to ee only failed by I "live and let ive." and who ha a fel ing November 1. They Keaon: Bourn bas lutt received direct from a? estimable a man and cltlxjn leave our New York City the nicest and cheapest lot erer for those who live on the road, brought to this neck of tha woods, community. Elder W. F. Black, who prerched in Tnou shall buy tbe medicines from Bourne kindly consented to begin bis emice Keaion: Bourne's goods 8r.no. W. T. Bdriutt, onr iprlgbtly ha Winchester last summer, closed a protract too Tsluableto be sacrificed are pure.of Thy life Is t 0:30 Ssturdav nlcht. which ia half an because Inert remLancasier correspondent, waa hero yeater-da- y, ed meeting at Mechaniceburg, 111., with edies. hour earlier than usual, in order that those marry soon , rery son. Thou ehalt en route to the marriage of hla coutin, lil7 additions. hard Reason: The goose bone marketh this hear him may attend the Monto Critto Mir Mrdllf Hocker, at rkvllle. M1m who A dispatch says: Rev. Joeeph Jones, winter, acl Bourne' toilet articles will make a bote thy lellows. (It thou dost If they wish to do so, that perform-ancenthee beautiful Mollie I a alster of Mr. George II. Hocker, show, beginning till 8 o'clock This a brother of Erangelist Sim, has been rul not iloilre to marry, thou oort desire to be enrled of thy beauty. ( a Guarantee that ahe i all that ia which ed out of his pulpit by the State conference because snail go Hunting ana nining. uourno aas Tnou will giye everybody a chance to attend lovable. W t0k occasion to take the tbe materials. of vile language while preaching. for use both. Thou shalt hare a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, . Sergeant out into the woodshed, while A revival at tbe Methodist church at Tlblln strings, lamps, lramcs, pictures, mirrors, The Monto Crialo Company seems to be Horse Cave, conducted by Pastor EJwards warranted lewelrr. and the finest lot ot candles aundry threat exacted a here, and with Bourn hu thess promt from him that his valued letter giving entire satisfaction everywhere it ap and Presiding Elder Harrison, resulted in sif r brought to Stanford. r Thousbalt keep In mind that Fourne Is tbe Kentucky. The Winchester should be rent more regularly. In the fu- pear in Hart County clerere-- t man (except Dr. Cox) and the bast man 11 additions to the church ' to deal with. says: "Monte Crito, rendered Monture. News. Hoses red, rlolets blue, Hog-Killin- g. day night at the Opera House, was perhaps dhakespearo Is tho placo tor you. Bourne's LOCAL MATTERS. Sara Jonea closed a three veeks' cam- In fact, tbe half ol bis glories and fine goods the second best performance ever given palgn in Omaha Monday At his last bsTe not been told tboo. " at 8. H. Myers. Fresh here. Walter Lawrence la undoubtedly meeting he raised $3,100 for the Y. M. C. Don't forzet us on ChrUluia goods. It the beat actor we have eyer seen here, with A. building. He left Monday night for SALE. tho aingle exception of Fed Wardo." The his home in Georgia to take a rest. Metcalf A Foster. will pay vou Richmond ITtrahl also compliments it as 3Fn,-A.IRev. 8. W. Peeples bar, during theJ Z IIiohest ta:;lst pt'C pnld for hides, follow-- . "The Benedict Monte Cristo Com past month, had 13 additions to the church. by A. T. Nunnclley. sheeMkIns, etc., lit Nluuford, Ky. pany played to a good house last night. During the past two weeks at Pleasant best shows ever In RichHill, he has had 23 additions, 11 of whom Our stock f heavy boot and shoes can This is one of the eSTI will be obliged to deserve the heartiest support Customers,. who wlsl kooiIs Lancaster At Assignees, under a deed of trust, of II. T. not be excelled by any one. Owsley & mond. It confessed laat 8unday night. Mattlogly, the uodentgnsd will from the lovers of pure and exalting amuse- Journal. Craig. crcd, If they would semi tUeir orders o tti ti l U mli delivment." Don't fall to see Its performance Tbe Board of Trustees of Centre Colfall to aee Monte Cristo On Monday, December 6, 1886, Don't er Idr by 5 o'clock. IS. WALTON, night. lege, in session at Lexington Tuesday, elect Saturday night, at the Stanford Opera here (County Court day) In Stanford, Ky., publicly W. C. Young. D. D., pastor of tho offer for sale the Mill Property, well known as the ed Rev. House With cs Again; Praise the Lord MARK HAHrIlV, X.nto Aloiitloullo, Cleric. one Barnes troupe Central Presbyterian churcb, Louisville, btanford Flour Mill. Is It tonilstsol aboutlargo arm erected, besides a and of ground on which would be a good time to get a suit The cold wave and the Now builda now 3W story struck us simultaneously, but the former President ot that institution, to succeed Dr. commodious Elerator, the macnloory brickappara ing furnished with all and of clothes made on short nojice. H. v did not prevent a large crowd from assem- Ormond Beatty, reeigned. tus necessary to conuuci an extensive auu prouia-bl- e a Improved buslnras, Rev. T. F. Yn Meter, who for many pump worked including lormodern and of ontaln-ip- g bling at the CourtHouse Wednesday night by steam, tbepurpax a supply of water from a never falling source Now" is your chance to get a bargain in to hear the great and good evangelist tell years hra been Secretary ot the Kentucky The location Is scout 100 yards from tbe depot at heating stove. We have too many. Met- -' Iht eweet atory of Jesus' love. After read-iu- g Conference of the M, E. Church, South, Btanlord, on tho Cnoxvlllo Branch ol the L. A MERCHANT TAILOR, of nropsrty 128 000. calf & Foster. the C21 P.alca and pouring out his soul died at 2 o'clock this morning at hia resi N. lUllroad. Original costand il terms can be Correspondence solicited for-p- nt nraver. Mr. Birnee snoke for dence in this city . Few Methodist clergy- agreed upon, will sell privately. Title perfect. Ladies', children' and gent's underwear tn TEts....One-thlrcash; balance In equal In. 1 have received and still receiving the existence of a per- men wero belter known throughout th'e stallments of 6,12 and 18 mo3tbs, 6 per cent. at almost one half former price Robertson nearly an hour on Personal security on first deferred payof State and few havo been more successful. sonal Bavlor, tho need and only comfort ment Lirn retained. L. F. II Villi TjF. A Klnnaird, Danville, Ry. M. C. HAVfliRY, tho human race. It waa a glorious effort Last Monday night be was stricken with 171-tAssignee. I HAVE a good portable corn mill 30 and one that went straight home to the paralysis, but his condition was thought to Comprising the best In tho market, which will be trade for hearts of his hearen. Rtferring to some of be improved the next day and his friends inch upper runner that I will Commissioner's Sale Qotten TJp in Style and Make Sooond to Hono in City or Country. lumber. Geo. D. Wearen. the hymns in the church collections, he had hopss for his recovery. But be subseab4 Give Me Trial. quently grew worie until death came to eet We will receive in u few day a big stock showed in an amusing way their utter MILLWOOD STOOK FARM Our prices surdity, in endeavoring to make the ealva him free. He was 6G years of orange, candies and nuts. Gmtle. will be lower than ever. Metcalf & Fos tion of souls the resdlt of tha sinner's in LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. ter. stead of the Lord's work. As usual, the Farukr National Bank op Stasfobd, ri'fl" CROP LAND. STOCK AND vs. feature of the service, The ladies will find it decidedly to their music was a divine,Georgle and Ukn Bpauldino, amo oihkrs, Defendsnt. the little of and Mlaaea Marie, advantage to call and examine our stock r-load fresh 8alt atT. R, Walton's. Pursuant to a Judgement of ths above styled with the melody October Term, and sctton short wrap and New Markets before they orcsn filled every soul barrel of corn. Wear court will ss MasUrrendered at its of said court on Wanted-5- 00 Commissioner 180,1 they so beautifully make. "I shall be purchase. Owsley & Craig. Menefce. a foretaste en & SB sung by them, seems Wm Hsya homo and THCR8DAY, DEC. OTH, 18SO, Fob RENT-t- he O Pope, president of Millersburg of the muilo of tbe sweet bye and bye. AfRev at the Mansion hou, on the premises, sell loth land. F. Reld. Femalo College, writes that he has 188 pu- ter the seivlce Mr. Barnes announced that 30 acres of and bsst bidder at puuno auction, tne Trrenty.fire nice ateer calve for sale. hlgh.t described farm and personal property of pils, 08 of them boarders, and expsclB to he would preach here up to the 11th, inBen Spalding. Slid farm is known as "Mill2t Apply to I. M. Bruce, Btanford. wood," and was the former residence of Evan run up to 200 after the holidays. clusive, twice a day, at 2 and 7 r. ., unless Now lathe time to buy extra nee Bbo by, dec' J, and contains came to decided. God knows be Notice. The Stanford store will posi otherwise Shorthorn bulla cheap of A. M. Feland. LAND. 421 ACRES FINE BUJE-GRAS- S Master's orders and not to stir Dec. 11th. do only his tively be closed on Saturday, Good Farm Horee for Bale. Apply o et In ths highest state of cultivation, sn abundance strife in the ohurchei. He wanted to My present display is complete and prices up T.R.Walton, corner Main and Bomcr-ol drinking and stock water; has upon It a band. Impart toother hearts the glad tidings that some Brick Residence, In the best of repair, all atreeta. lower than ever. Call and see. Thompncccsssry outbuildings, three good tsnsnt houses, had lifted a burden from his own heart, ' all new mule and tobacco son, The Jeweler. Cattle are In fair demand In Louisville larg splendid citterns; barn.;orchards,and turpi led good the best of to make men happier and better. He and with to 4:25; hogs are alow at 3J to 135; fenclcg, and Is one of the finest and best Improved We do not wish to carry over any cloaks had met with much less opposition since nt tsrms id Kentucky, caiu iirm is uuieu m iuu centa. wont end of Lincoln county, adjoint tbe Isnds of and in order to dote them out, offer them his return to Kentucky than ho had ex- sheen are steady at 1 to 3J Mrs. Shelby, Mrs. Olvens, A. K, The burning of tbe aeyeral clevatora B. W. del Is one ml' Penny,Sbelty Cltr, a station from at a great sacrifice. Cloaks worth $75 now pected and bis labors since he was here in Hut. haa rent that on the L AN., two miles from Junction City, a $50; $50 now $35; $35 now $22 50 and Austist have been blessed even beyond his filled with wheat at Doluth growing JOling wwn Ol J,7W luuauiiauia it iub proportion. Robertson expectations, He hoped that it could not cemal up a cent or two at Chicago. crossing ot the Cincinnati Couthcrn and L. A N, cheaper grades in Nunnelley bought of Jonathan Railroads. A. T. & Klnnalrd, Danville, Ky. n prophet Is not with' be said of him that Tkbus. 8ald farm will be sold free from any Inhoga at cumbrance; a good fee simple title, and on a crodlt 44 head of Tlie Best who haB out honor save in his own country and OiraleT ot 6. 13 and 18 months, bonds require! ol the purThe colored barber, Ben Goble, and of W. P. Grimes 20 chaser with good approved security, bearing le.al would but be a continuWaterproof worked here several times, was arrested at that his work hero 75, Interest per annum from lsr olssle until paid and several months. to 300 pound ones for $3.50 to $3 hiving the force and edect of a Judgment. robbing the poatoffice, and ation of that of the last Midway for Coat, fine At .., J. B Gentry has aoli a down of hla v,.i ttiesam K lime and place - I will sell 4 ,,, , will leave on tbe 16th for tho flnal hrnl vearllnz- - and2.rear-ol- d "f .:-, after staying In jail three days at Frankfort, The troupe "'"- - ,BJUND eUOCKH Is wrrmtd watnnf, 5iTJl" r'.iM load of Mexican pontes to vnrloua par- - horse colt. 3SIU BtOVK Will ,UD aoiu uu a crruib ut !, rfra.1 S?irtM after one or two engagements Is car auciun IS rvsnn - . (old nuna ftlflO was tried before a U. 9. CommUsloner and South, and i.nntlia. lOfltl with spproved secortty, btarlng .. .i .1 . avaraBR at $40. 1I " eotrttniir ' .sit. as. AiiMitti lAna. -- - ir, . ti legal rato ef lntetest from day of ssle until paid against not certain yet of tho direction tbe Lord nrri"' ir"ir-'acnultted. There was no evidence m r 1,230 pound cattle at bei g renulr"'- m.UAYIHUn, - ilialMiUll mi Mr. Barnej says bo i as apt thla week a hunch of him. save that he wai In town tho night of may lead it. :: 0 - thr rr1 MaaaaHaaaaaaa- - ) saaaaaaapaaaa IK- dard. The corn crop of this country this Drugs, Books, Stationery and year ia reported at 1,050.000.000 bushels. eanuj ni aibiBd. The consumption, aggregating nearly 1,- 000,000,000, is said to bo about as follows: Fhvilcl sns' pTuerlptloB accurately compounded. 180,000,000 bushels are nsed in human food; 024000,000 for animals, 20,000,000 for seed, 100,000,000 for the production of spirits and glucose, 65,000,000 for export The Largest Stook of Watohee, Olodks, and 900,000,000 far the food of Jewelry and (S&nJjffigi ninety Sfek aJKOXr -- JEWELERS. iiiiiiiiiHiiiKMfifHfliin meat-produci- ng f. 1 WALTON 3t hr i Ar-ne- 181-Ja- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, com-peU- HARDWARE, 180-1- TIN TVARE, Confections., car-loa- d QUEENSWARE, Tobaccos, Oigax-S- to-d- ay J-- y ear-old- 1B0-3- 1 FIVE COMMANDS! COR MAIN & SOMERSET ST& New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Eaisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Dates, Prunes, &c, now in stock. 3. g ot Don-ocra- Salt, Imrd Cans and Jars, Butcher Knives, and oilier tilings used in jet FOR Splendid Mill Property, P:t IEIFLIOjEJS c.i mj delif t. or H. C. RUPLEY, d st. New Goods for Fall and Winter, 1 a -ton i -Ca- Sit-isfied- ." Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Bobes, VaTEARElVT. lj Full and Complete Stook of the above and prices as low as the lowest. E. K. Stanford. ,i .jr.' r '," m '.; H 1 250-poun- d $3.-62- 1 150-poun- d "-- --- UoTOJ SLICKER -- v ivw &t. .!, roit, -- -' -- i.rr -- '" f V v- - t Jt v - T', 'f'T,'iW5WW' IiIMIMI'WIIM llsl1lsssSJISMsslsM IIIIMHI - - I MIUM :jFK '71 r i SO TTW1I -- 3 w m M fW WUyakWsLfaftaftJIAAMalBlaiMi ujc a5mi-ggtceHg3itttrior ggarml LINCOUt COUNTY CRAB ORCHARD, of the fattened hog the only ewoet music now heard In this is down the law to Preldent Cleveland and ..li... U If he wNhea to eave hiuiMll and thedemocratlo pirty to hectl thee three UFgeatlenrt u. What Cleveland Matt Be If.iirv Watterson ha been laying JESSE J, THOMPSON. THE TOmOffAl ARTIST. Sharing and Hair Tutting don In the latest atyle. Ladtr aud Children given particular awtfow The death rqueal (IdVIa locality. .There, km alanine at the Carletlan ehurch Blindly evening at 2 v M., aid waver raeetins at the 'ne place at nlfiht -- George L. Sxpheneoa Is Man akw and pnulttce epreader t J. It- BiUey'" Succcw to jou. GrotR, inyour ras zew vocation. -J- oaRUehardt atd wife have rented jeoma from W. K. Buchanan and nW --sake e!r home for the prweat at that uentle' saa&'a residence on Em Mala Buchanan, who haa been Mil! teachln?lhodtitnct eebbol in the depot Belghborhood, closed her doors on lait .Friday, after a euceeaafut term. A. T. Konnelley, the boa, stock buyer, of your city, w here laet Wednesday and , exported a en load ol fat' hog- to Cfncin. here thia eeasor. atlj the arstehipped-froBrrnintbe'23Jtottift wlfd of W. R Illliou a finp, healthy boy. Thin is the of men seventh tiinn "wUhin he still liv'nu" that W. H hs ben dnbbed Pup." Mr. Hiram Vantwlt, cf Danville, was heretblav.oek, Folicltlns mbrcription- for lrlbune. that vola wntom ehrot, the Dinville In it be promiss-- a fitter every week from Crab Orchard. Xmao supplies have arrived in town atid judging from their besuty and variety the "little people"' will have lota to petition eld "Snta" for Ballej'd and,. Jonee--' head quarters for toy?, trinket and gifts of all kind"' Th formeis in our immediate vicinity iave boon busy during the psbI week eth They report an excellent ring their yield aid ihoir happy look3 would more than compensate Cere f.)r l'er propitlous-aee- a. - '" 8un DAH.L.O'SULLlVAN 1 mo-nor- a Married To a LouhnUs Heiress Last flight. The gentleman whose broad and expatw. stye brow Is portrayed above, seems to be havlVg all the glories of life thrust npon him at ooce He baa recently been given le the po'ition of editor iu chief of the Cbmmerciaf, whloh he is Glling most admirably, and last night a handsome young lady, Mls Births B jur, stood up in th prcssno of a boat tf friends and gave herself into his keeping. Dmlel. old fellow, you are a luiky dog, nd wa glory in your lod fortune. Lou-isvil- Reverb of our ycungHngs mistaking November for December nd Thankr-gifininduced in a lively little for Chri-ima- s, iwnannlia Friday night. "Genrrotis jutce" TT4S plentiful and Raman cnndles helped to MlumlnaiA the star lit heaven. The next morning tht "re arraigned before the of tbeir eirorin Judge and msda imposition of a Hui'able floe. Be net the too haaiy nexi time, Ima, with your merri-en- t. e Preacher Looses by the Oleomargarine Tax Til fell you a 'little story but I can't give you any name," said a Putsbur oleo margarine mnufacturer yesterday "In a little village n few milw from this city lives a pious Prwbytenan preacher. His congregation is a pooi one, and In order to make a decent living he started a'dairy with throe cows Ho h'ns a great many friends in Allegheny and Pittsburg, who were only 190 glad (0 pttroniz) him, knowing that coming from the old pvitor, they would get the pure, genuine butter. All hie contracts were for 15 cante a pound the year round. His patrona were tide lighted with tbeir butter that they told their friends about It, and they told others The result was that in lee than six months the person with his three little cows sup pliuJ 00 cu'tomera with obout 500 pound of butter a week. "How did ho get 500 piunds of butter from three ciws in one A First, then, he should revua nis to sllvei: admit frankly that hi linn letter to tbe New York bankers wa aa er In nnllcv as it was mistaken in predlctloDj propose aa embassy to go abroad aad meet tbe silver movement now forming in England and Germany, with In etructlone to co operate with tbe Latin Union; and, in ehort, cutting loeee from h. nmfilnnsl moBev euarpert 01 tne Eut.ally his administration with the Intereats of the great body of the pecpie ana tbe tendency of tbe world. fiecend. he should make a distinction so ce re eiatp and, clear between bwed upon the Wea ot partisan re form, revolution as Bponelbilily, and'civlt-servlc- e advocated by tbe Mugwumps, as win gi warning to the politicians, the press and the country, and time for democratic organize lion and guarantees to the democratic fu tiun. lie can uot ride two norees aiomr. on-l- y The, Benton case and the Stone ewe cau hatmorilzjd, and a de'enw mado in be the thoary of the pastry each by cooba and protl timing the laeorv oi me Constitution. l Third, he should Uy down the and tao law of the ptrty touching tho're form of our revenue laws in such Irrma that tho protections'., in Congress, who maiqueradeas democrats, may know In ad ranee that they will have lo chocse between obedience to their own party, or desertion outright to the republicans. There ia time to do all tbeee thingi, and to crystalHza them Into a policy. Of course they will rlee a storm. But this tbe Ad. ministration muot bo prepued to meet, and in tho long run. it will be found preferable to the etasnatlon nd roaUrii. th dleeasa and death ol an atmospVie psroietted by none of theexhileratlnsr and purifying of healthy U(p. Oae thing is certain, tho President cm not aflord to mak many' more mistake plthtr as to meunrn or as n mn If ho hmes lo stay where be is, and win tbe democratic party en not aflord to nnd g't nothing for any more victories them pi iron 3 Ari3. - .Tfif iraii IV. - w,ii. A portable Lane A Bedley standard saw mill and ttuesell steam engine In complete order. Haa a eanadtv for aawlnf 7.000 feet tier lav. Ia locat ed sear tha Clnclouatl Southern Railway where there li aa abundance of of Ana timber. Terms to .J, A. JHOUKKMI IVU.t suit. 17S-Kings Mountain, Ky . 1 .- - 'rHSHsvtJBjnr ( irtrliltJa jivjBawejaBMjaaw.--- . .. FOR SAXiV! Sift PXi&TT, I.OBI8VlMaE. Tap -i olvil-eervl- A beautiful building lot oa Mala Street 8Ua lard, Ky., oppoalt tb Female College; tba most deeirabla leoatlea la th city for a haadaecae rea- ldesce. Apply toJOSXJl. CRAIG, 8Ua- ford, Ky or TFJaT. CMAXO, Caillile, Kea. 173-- lt tncky. MYERS HOTEL, POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlst powder nTrvarl. A marvel ol purity, atrength and whotoaomcneei, 'More economical thon the ordinary ktndi, and can not b eo!4 competlton with the multltndeof low trat .hor paoapnni powuxra. txnaouiy in weiitai sium or IIotax-BacisI'owora C. canr. lCfi Wall Street. Mew York o The Aa the time are dull and mnneyrcarce and es I have no rent to pay, 1 will give my cuitemera advantage Of good work at very low price. I will make ojvat reductlen for ruh In prtcee, to-w-tti STAXFORB. KY. B. H. BURNSIDE, Propr Ghampion Horse Shoerl This Old and Well - Known Hotel Still Maintains iti High Ifoputalion, A.ND -- '1 JACK, UKUOE'B gor-pe- Buggy & Implement House. I have now pulring or all kind dune beatlv and In good style, tjboelnif saddle, trotting ana heme hone a specialty. l"alntln from 13 lo W. Keeettlng tire for vragon,t7; making new tire and putting on (3. ptber work In proportion. Tnanklrg my friend lor their kind pUronago In thepaat, I solicit tbe same In the dilute. 179 CVfiM Vnf ei 01 ifX iiiro to If'rtit J Month. All klnJti ot produce taken In exchanfre for work. $ JlornaHhoctM0 roP.r.i8tor lih Shall be tiecond 3t?toraiaed thvt to no Coaatry it Hotel ia the State ia its Tare, AppoiatmeBti, or Attea. tioa ito Ceaifort ef their Gaelic. Be-ca- IJin WAl.TKH iriKl.llS, JK., DR. W. H. PBNKY, -e nlllbe iOBiejed to and from Ja freoof charir. Netclsl arroiMmo'lattthe oai ' to CommerelalTraveler. the liar alway eaeplled with te choicest breads of Uavors red Cigars. rl A other DENTIST, Full Lino of Whoat Drills and eStnntorrt, - - JContuolcy. Agricultural Imploments, Beildei a aHsaBiBaBBBaaaaaw A Big Offer! To ary person rvmlttlnc u We will send lb Semi-Weekl- Fall Lineot Baggies and Wagons Alway on hard. In connection with my bualneaa, 1 will alao carry a Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dreti.vl. Filcva on everything at Often oa Luncutcr street, roxt door to lava-aioJournal offlcr. Odce bonis rroin t to 17 a x.and 1 toft r. K. Anealhetles administered wher oeecaaary. USt-lyra y Interior Journal OP . I Low nc Hiiy 0110. And the New York World on year aod a EISTOET cur-reni- lalldt ihire of your patronage neeptctfally f. 31. IlilCCE. HMvr - .l ISE UNITED Un STATES, OTiic- ncYEns ormtc i Siit. and iur.) , year. XS'fZV-- l mf,it, 11 j tnclirs,irltli un r L.&N. Louisvillo & Nashville R, R. rns oaxiT V?p1,,,V(,UDlW',lbetlH lahtd,b-ldMl- le C01U,PM It laatvndpua! uipar "?' In bUtory HI ork of the kind pub .neraalno. It aeni. foriuO.yrars. treVeali, (lit, (Urtct lo contutnrra 'week?" The, long winter niijhu are now rftiinc "Well, he just bought 500 pound of oleo TniinJay. Ha margarine from us evr-rand it Aetns that it would be more in paid us 14 cento a pound and anld it for tiour young men and ofdont-etoo- , a litcrarv or debating society, 45 cent. His profi win hbut $150 a to organ-zWell, Bitting around the urocerie, listening week. Pretty cood for a prfachei? than to and engaging in the pub ic chit chat I should ear. bo But he' given up tho J9 more Improving morally, socially and bufiofM. Lsat week was hi lust wck and Tiro winters usa we had a he notified all his patrons two week mo." intellectually. of con "Why does he ;fourihini society, conducted in the public e ' REPENT WHILE IT IS CALLED TO DAY. There li a ttiua we know not when, A point we know not where, That maikt tte deatlny of men, To glory or dwpalr. There ti a lite by ui unwen, That croasca every path: Tbe hidden boundiry btwoa Gol'arttenceanJ Ilia wrath. To paai that limit Is to die. To die a It by it alth; It doa not qnench tho beaming je, Or pal tho glow of health. Tha coDsclear may baatlllateiae, pcnoaal or tamny Telia Xuiit to onler, and Rlvra exact co.t of eicry-fhln- g yon uae, entj tlrlnli, ror, or hare fun Trllh. Thrao IXVALIAIILC HOOKS contain inforiuntlon ;1 mx.l from tlm uinrkrts f elio wotlil. We will dmU it copy KIIKK to nuy npon receipt of 10 ct. to lefrny expense of mailing. Let u hear from you. Jleiectfally, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. nj-drr- aa ii. Cnlitr. Wholcanln 1jKi on oil KtxnU t. r I'lctui-- IUtulruk.:'i- - n without notlc, to remit at one. W. I. WALTON, Klanlotd, Ky, THROUGH TttUNK LIN1 10 TUB KESTOGKY ulIltio-GrHM GEMM L ItuiMe." fi SOUTH & WEST vrmi Pullman Palaoe Sleepers. I.UlHvlIlO tO Shortest and Qnlokeat Bome from Oer tral Kontnojcj to all PoinW North. East, West and Southwest. Fast Un Botwawa SJ27 k 820 Wakiaata Aveune, Chicago, 1SS7, 111 Nlltallf illO, LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI BchtduU In Kfecl May IS, use. HooiB-Itocy- :i school building which . proved a source of infinite advantage, iustruollon and amuee-me- ai to tbo pirticipants and auditor. Its emlersara not at all scattered, and if they are, we have as good material as formerly Tbe school house is how unorcu-yi- ed and if our mental energies are not too dead we may reorganize Suppoee we try Jr bavins; a call meeting next week. Mr J. D. Pettus, wife andon, Philip, lavo.returnrd from a week' yjeit to rela rives in Somerset. Miss Mary Gormley, one f our mod talented, young iadieo, has closed her rckool at High Bridge and returned , borne Tne charming Mis Norah Love-3acebeen spending a few of London, has days with Miss Kate Cochran. Miss Mary Curlla u'nd Miea "D?d" Buchanan, two Ce dar Creek belloi, have been visiting in town. Mifs Annie Holmes haa re:urned T. A. C!eo Williams', from Mi Greeham is in th; mountaiofi. Messrs Brown and West, of Lancaster, were I ere Sunday. W. E. Lee, one of our former tit'zipc, paid us a cll Iat wek. Mr. Btevtt Burcb, of Stanford, was here this week, uhaking hands with bit miny friends. K. E. Duvis. of Rowland, was up to ate tne of our young ldie TueiHay. to sclencf?" sufeMed thi reporter. "N; oleomargarine law," ws the brief answer. "How will it affict him any more now than heretofore?" "Btcauee tbe law requirei every package of oleomargarine to be branded in plain letters and Imposes a penalty ot $1,000 in every instance where a retail dealer doesn't brand It and sell it for last what it is. He's alraid of thai penalty. I'm sorry, becaueo he's been one of our beat customers. O, We've been sellyep, he's only one of 100 ing outterine to farmers all over tbe State, who simply make it into rolls and sell it for pure country butter. There will be Iota of people in Pittsburg who will notice a difference this week in the butter they've been buying from some innocent old far mer and same of them won't show up at Your paper will all next butter day. b. Pitteburg' show them the reasin." Dir-pitc- q'iitpirg HARPER'S XTaTaJia That which la pteailng still wiy pleau And care b thruit away. God bat tet But on that foreht-aIndelibly a laxst. TJnten by man, for man at yet Ii Mlml and In the dark. O, where It this mjiterloui bourne By which our path It croaud; Beyond which God hlmtelf hath sworn Thathewbocoeil lMt. How far may wo go on la tin? How long will God forbear: Where doe hope end, and where Tbe confine of dMpa'rf An anawer from tha aklet U aent Yo that from God depart, Thaiplrlt light aod gay, WEEKLY. Atliinla,MoiiaBoiuery, Udlo KovU, SA.TBD. MoblloHud Xow OrlcniiH. pra-rn- IHCItiplllHi FoToVTDo. brir Ei. Hun. Dally lix. b bgln IlARrSh'g Wkckly uialbtalua It poiltloo aa Only one cbinge lo polnti In th leading llluairated newapaprr In Aiaerlci; aod wa upon public eatoem aod coofilenc lla hold t nnrer atronger man ai in iiuio. neiiaca therlciurea. llaaraa'a Wkcklt alwaia contalus lnaiallments f oie, occaalonally of two, ol tbe beit notfla or to day, neiy iiiuiiratet), witn abort atotlca, porm, aketcBca. aod paper nn Important current tope by the mo t po(.ulir (Seeking home on the line of this road will receive writer. Tnecare thai bii nceaiuccaafiia ly x special rate. erctsed In the pat b maka fUarr.a'8 Wsxklt a araee Agents of tola Company tor rate, route ale ai w II wr'r me vlit or at eve y bouae Ac, or write hold will not bj riUxri In the f ilute P. irMOBE, O.P.AT.A-taulavl- ll, Ky Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS a povlagtoo.. 8 10 a in 9 10 pro M pa I'almeuth. is " Cynthlana., 10 43 a m 10 .inn 9 (3 pu a lip n. i Sap m arr. It U am luiupio s 13 put " Leilniton... I. 10 ptn U 17 pu 10 p a Lve. Part. 111 to a in is at n m . Z. paa Arr. Wlnchnlar, 111 20 pajll 29 pu leipM ' lUtUmoad I IS per " Uuruiat 5 07 ptL.M.., B ty. raria..., 11 buatord M o w ptn .. .. Lv. Irr. Rrra.. " Idvlngton Morra-Pooa- Ulcbmood.... , i S 3 OOpm prat.. 45 zo ,w..w ... araf,. I am Harper' Weekly 4Iarpr'a Magaxlne .......... .......-...........-- rB tka". ... .......... ...l ....... NO. S No. 11 No.l M.MW... repent. While it called And hardea not your heart. I to-d- RHYME OF A I knew a man and knew hla wlfv Greatlearnlng had thry from the schoo'.ij Yet candor torcea me to aty They were a pair of They had a ton who early drank From bard oxperlecca'apoot, Who koaw much more than other folki, And alio wa a There parent bought this biy a gun, With little bullets hard and cool; Upon the gun waa ewcetly carved, " "Toojr belorot Ore grave old fogy ahook his head, And thereby gained much ilJIcule. Tho boy went hunting with a friend, Another precloue Two walked away and oue ran back; fiajahe, "That sun was verycru'l." Tha atarllol nelghbjn abrleked and crll, "Where lithe other FUIM AND NOT SO FUNNY. a Sea Gull Asleep. - A efforts have been made iu tbe treit mnv Jest few jeats to produce a pr&clical work Catcdiko jng eUclric boat. Variou experiments haye gsinbd more or leu bucovh, and pro'j-jib- ly we ibiill soon J8 hip move b the aew power. A pmall olfclrh launch made t trip of 59 ciilea on the EiglUh CnVinel a hort time aco. A queer incident which vccarro.i on tho voyage HfuaJrate how aw a tea ju'et'yuha moved Tna jull floitina oalee) on the narface of the mi Too but waft ran cloe to the bird ind one of thooe on bard caught t in lii land and brought it alive to land A tuition which ia eo quiet and noielc3 tht it ia possible to catch saa cull Relet? p would enable a torpedo b ja to steal up to an ene my'a fleet, aod In the eiso of a pnoanper ehif) would be far more agreeable than tbe constant throbbiug- of a steam enxioe. Golden Atfay. j TLe tannera and carrier; ot Pdibjdy: and Salem, Mis , to tho number of eeyeral hotmnd, struck July 12, with a demand ihat 50 hours conatitute a week'd wcrk. The strike haa jut bsen declared off by the constituted authorI'ie4 of the KnUht f Libir, who advised the men to go to work wherever they can. Tneir former places havo b:en supplied by non union aaen; their lata employers decline toftRiln jlaca themselves in the piwer of the union, aad tbe por fellows begin tee winter with vwiblu starvation stuing them In tbe (ace. This is nearly always the cue. - Oje of the most remarkablo examples of ill bra?dini displayed at the White Huuee reception was that nf a woman who ia reported to have carried a pug do under her arm and after shaking hands with tbe President held up the pug'n paw f jr a shake too Ttie President didiA ehake. Miss Jennie Lium, daughter of the Sec retary of tbelnterlor, is to "com out" in Wadbintoo eooiety this winter. She is described at n 'typioil southern beauty." Her form ia Komewhat tall, litho and willowy; her mnvementu pirticuUrly gr.icefu1; and her manner marked by tho culture ob eervable in "blue blooded" southern ladies What are you golog to do with that overcoi?" inquired tbe policeman of a tramp who was walking out of a clothitg "Give it up," replied the tramp store as be handed it to the officer and slid round fie corner.fMerchant Traveler. A neiUkio sack for tbe Birtholdi statue would coat $275,4S2, a decent bannet $11, 483, and a .pair . of shoes $1,847 The above statements are made iu order to "scoop" and eilence tbe alnliitlcil fiendt Ltdr to avant "Have you a recom m Nidation from your last place?" Servant to lady "Yoa, but I'll not show it to you till I see tbe ons you' lure from your last girl." . A t' Marquis of Adeline's sire. Herbert, hla aire Im- Arr. Coalngton . I 00 p m 1 1 0 a to 6 43 pm ported Apollo and Dam Imported Houtbrrn Beauty. Marquis of Adllene's dam, Adeline, her aire aCAYAVIIXK DUAKfJII. Imported Uncle Tom-d- am Imported Ldv Flah- er. For further particulars as to pedigree see II.. IS II. r"rri78Tr"?o tcit NotTH-KoCfrom celebrat rerr fine Oallr Clotb tit-IallT f r ' ai"i f,,r edTnlslsa ot milkers vouns Bulltho cow aEcho, the family Including Ex. bun x. Uun. blndloz will liosint b iimII ji 'in I. 11 rMelnt greatest of lur day; her oarnerliavlni refueed of 81 i each Lv Corln.ton., for her. 3 Ou pm I ,iBr ! b Ileum Mon " lcxluxton .., Tbe Uolateln-rrelala- n cattlo have UUn tho 7 2.5 a m 4 21 ) u ' i oy Order iir l)rfc nd r lead m tbe beat for the family, and a croaa with "Pari... NewapipM arnrn( I Ml a iu 8 30 ji to i.. i.,.. lr r iiint. tbe Shorthorn produces very fine animal. I Arri!lllcrl,uiB . 8 40 r tlPK .t lUi)in-Eau B 41 pm without tt.4 0ipva 1 I will buy all tbe mil- - calve begotten by tble Carllal 0 hi a in o us ) ra " Jobcaor, Hull etgol ptlcte del verel at weaning time. 9 48 a ui (Septa Adlrea KAUPr.Jt t II Hi TIIEIt', Naw Yjrr " MsyaTllla.,., . llOSO a m 7 40 jig Ml. aiH4IsV.ll. 18011 bwnljtd, Ky. No. 61 "NoTJT" n Dally Dally Ei. Sun. hx. Hun . ltb the at time offocelpt of order. Bouoil vi umwf Haxr.a'a kkkoy. ixr I hue i ol yoara back. In h bin lin will hi . br mall, jxn'mv paid tee rxptntn (prollp.ih fivU it di not mt imlar rn um. ptr To'iiair), lor ti Numlx-rcu'ren- ami Sll am! 10 00 02 number) Arr. KJchmond.. II 00am 3IAICQ17I8 OF ADELINE. Uarper'a Hand o Anly cartel. o:e y r (t2 I Lv. Klebrnond flH.,M. ;r F ! w mi. -- """ a J. MirrtlTLT"- -. Numb.Ti)..... .. ..... ....IJ 09 a 10 n mi 7 oo ami This line Bull will aland tbe eeaion now com Arr ""tuv-T,,- -i S .0 pa Postage fice to rtl lultttlbera In tbe United mencedat my alableontho Ltncaiter Tike one tHam-,- H. and Cauad. half mile from Htauford Court Houae, at $5 lb Lv. Lxln(toa ... . 43 p m 7 33 a m 3 41pm . aeaaoo, wi'h the prlillrge ol breeding tbe cow un. -I i aril ... SSOpm 8 " Cynthlana., S 69 p mi 8 20 am S 40 put tbe 17 Tha volume of tbs WnKKLT Mg-h lh drat til first cow prorealo calf. Money due when cow " raItaouth,. 4 47 I) m 10 53 a tn 4 IS pm la eervt!. Ola n 5 pm Nuaiber for January nlrach Wian no time T Harpei'a Bjwr ................-...- .. Harper's Yuung People .. Harper's Frnklln quire Library one year, 00 1 00 I 00 2 00 I T1IK TIIOROCGIIURCD HOLSTEINFREISIANBULL Arr. lUchmond Lv. llowland Lt. LlTlOfaUa " ... Lancaater.. lrU. Vre. 10 11 43 30 3t am a m 00 - .) .... la mentioned, pubcrlheta jry yl hl ochtmr. pr tel aitaoj 1 v'ua' !. 'ifif i. .iii-.b'.- ) t23,-uC- O tail night I vl wed r. marble alab, All gravn with n practiced tool, And read thereon these atony worda "Herolicaallfeleoi -I- Mra " Gtorge Atchlbild, lu Harper' M6"lre- - Bucklen's Arnica Salve TnobeitSalve In the world lorCuta Brulioi Chapped Sores, Halt Kheuui, Fever Sore. Tetter, ir.mi. nullM.lm. Corn aud Ml akin Eruption". and poaltlvely cure Plica, or no pay required. I. i..,,.ntiu.i tnclrnDorfectiatlafactlon.or money refunded. Pnce 23 tent per box. For sale by Ponny A MoAUater. 1 Interesting Experiences. 1 sinjlo shest Tbe 125 steamships plying between tbe Halted Statea and Eirope cost $100 000,-v- t r.wifl7ft0 men. mend SI .000 000 caaonth for coil, carry 500,000 paseengera syear and earn $22,000,000 for pamge taosey, exclaalve of jjrhat Is paid for .freight. inchei wide and 7 without a break in a paper mill at Water town, N. Y. a few days ago The sheet weighed 2,207 pounds. A man of Sprim field, D, T, went to sleep by the roadside. When ha awoke he was astonished to find that a wagon had ran over hi le aid brokea it. The leg was a wooden one. Bob Burdett rays tbe Lird wasted mud when he made 3 man who will lake ana per from two to six years and 'never pay a cent, and then order the paymaster to send it back "refused." He should have bean' ' creatod a hog. Hiram Cameron. Furnltoro Dealer of Columbur, yeara Ga, telta hla experlonce thus: "For three Btoin- ..I.. w.- - r.tnpdr on the market for .w URTO un- ach and Kidney DUurJera, hut got no relief, Bitters, ioox nro ooiues anu til I used Electrlo ....i .n,l think E!oclrlo1DHUrB tho beat Blosd Purifier In the world." Major A. B. Heed, of Weat Liberty, Ky, uaed Electric Blttera for an old atandlng Kidney auction and says: "Noth me o mucu of paper eeventy two lug has ever daao 60 Bitter." Hold at cent a bottle by renny A mile long was made McAKater. .. (m "" After Forty yeara fsaaVfflfR iiXDtrlenca In Oia m KlTlS preparation ot mora Ihfcn Ons llundrad patent In V T! kikv Thomand application fnr the Mnttd hl.t.. ftnd Foralcn eoan. triea, tba publjshera of the Selcntlfie Ainerlcan continue to act aa aotlcllora i, for pattnta, earaata, roftha ITnltod Htatae. aod to obtain pateota In Canada. r.ngUnd, Franca, Uarmanr.and all otbar couniriaa Thelreaprt d. ence U uoeqaalod aud their facilities are Drawloea and apeelflcatlona prepared and filaa In tbe 1'atent OrTce on abort notice. Terma Terr reasonable. No charge for eiam.natlon of model or dranlnea. Adrice by null free. Patent. nblaln.ittlironrb MnnnlOn aranotleed Inthe SCI K.VT1KIC AIISHICAN.whloh ba tbe largeat clrenlatlon and la the noil lntluentlal rewtpaper of It kind publlihed In th world. The adrantaxea of auch a notloe erary patente undaratanda. Thia large and anlendtdV llluairated newspaper la pobliihed AVI'iKKt.Y at tlOOayear. and Is admitted to be the beat paper derated to aelanoe. mechanic. iuTentlons, engineering works, and other departmenla ot Indnatrial profreaa, In any country. It contain the namaa of all pntenteaa and title of erary Inrentloa patented each week. Try It four montha for one dollar, botdbyall newadealera. If you hare an Inrentlon to patent writ to Mann A Co., tiubllnhera of Selentiflo American, 3Ct titcadnay. New York. Handbook about patenta mailed free. mm? trade-markuoaur-naiue- eooTii-Koiiii- WONDERFUL Kct)vjr ri A.I the l'ATTr. ffS un 1 SUCCESS. vvr-yr- yen' for tir.lhii.j; anbtcilliini; for .j In f f . o- - ili t : iln It., iho , 10 . I ixl by Lta " " " Arr " Maya-Hi- -. .Mlllvrahu', Pari' Jarnaon tirllalrt ....I 5 in a in l3"63p"to o 17 a iu 7 25a ml 3 7 40 a Id , a 60 d lii iwpn a 2P io IIlUU.Il. s to M J a in I SO a in la is pm u o il no ii m pm fiEl W jeaiiffeeily AMf Ini.ricr jBiirr.il Qe mo pest's nCmm BOTH 7Vla-Sa!5 iut.i i Notb. Traltia 8 aiid 4 are dally ltt-cWin ebaawr, Loxlngtun and Clnelnnatl; oilier tralcr awdally rxcpt Sunday. Dlrntconn ctlonaar inadeat IVIncbeatrr with Chnaneakej A Ohio Icr Mt. Hterllnit, Aabland. Huntington, Cnarlealon, XV. Va., and Kaaterti elt. run Tla Wlnebeiuir 8.fn,1 with ullmau Sleeping Cars betweee Pjlld Cincinnati nnd Klcbmond, V , and Wliiohcato, and Waahlngtor, D. C. Tbrouicn tlcUta and bafgngo checked to any rteatlnatlou reached by a railroad. , call on any agont of the company, or fj. ilOIWE, H.F. D. A.KEBLEV, Qen.PaM. Trav. Paaa. ABnl. Kec..ver.Ullng,0n' General offlcce, Corlneton, Ky. orfiillf-artlculars- ne ll.,!rLllnwN.1?. I Trnlna, WilhTwelvo Ordora for Cul Paper Palltmacf ycur own eolectlon and of any ':r. PUBLICATIONS, -- ONE YEAR, roe $3,50 Ol' (THREE FIFTY). pab-lUb- ed H.E.fflTfe ' A .rni.l Combination A with THE IWTER10R JOURNAL Atlantic City and N.Y., had been trsubled waa a cough s) that he waa unable to aleep, and Ari'i (b nuirrllle for Con- Induesd to try Dr. King1 New Dlacovery . lim Intlenr rat II Mr.' " " sumption. iuM,.r- In hU breaat. but allayed the extreme oreoe afiected and a single nil children wroalmllarly Oni' .nil) if"'. I U.I pricoi ai,., ii'i little Dr. King's New u..i '( uuwu.4 mu.ww"'ri .,--- . Temedy In the Dlwovcry 1 now the standard t ii,.m n,i nn haird tb schooner, r... By nirf u!K y- ii vil rv ive lor ouo year Free Trial Bottle of this Standard ttumedy at yourlmij. ii t.irHr Journal, the 'm 'no, .( moernt-leau- d lepirii'UiKoi' urug mere. Pecny A UCAlieier I.. jr.d thn h.t. jrid fi' !' w eui . Ih.1 nrull a a i ft ,ti. llnlrn.1 iirlubre Gresn'a Golden Balm, lure cur for Catarrh at iiatiii aaiutii- - t a Ample Me iif.ir ' '!at 'hlet.Qo. iop) fiw "ir'.eifwi. 60c, at McRobtrls 61er'. r. . n.i.... Captain's Fortunate Discovery. ..hv.winouth.Dlyln2 Oil J'lrturr mtil fine Hvolciil.i, mitkliitf it tho Model .Mnu't. elite of A mrrlcn. , CONTAIMNO STOIIlEa, I'OEMa, AMI OTIUIl I.ITCttAtt? ATTiaCTIONa, LOWIIIMNa AilTianr, SCIXN- TiriC, AUK llbt'KIK)MI alATTVtlS. tollh tilrel Jingriiv-iit- u, D EMOREST'S HI THE BESA 3tn(fnlnns. all tlio Iltiml'fiteil Orliliml J'liotogrururr-n- PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Tho Orlfflnnl nnd Only dcnulno. Ftfn between '", " j... n.....h.r,i(iict. Wi'e'Mj )..' ii- .Journal pi. ,.i - m.''t Each Maznztiio contains a coupon ortlrr fnUllIi tne holder to the H'lcilimi f Rtiy pallern lllntratcil in tho faahlon department In that iiarnbi r, nnd In any of the aires nuiiufucturcil, maklus patlcnia urlna the v nrof tho vnlnn of our three dollars. DRMOUKVr'S 1IOMTI11.Y 1 junlyetitllled the Wnrld' Model Mnimzlno. Tho Iirgcrt In Fmm, tho Ijr'i'ft In Circulation, nnd tho t TWO Dollar I imilly Masaalne let net). 18d will bo the Twi-ntthlr I year of It nub'lcntlon. It 1 coi lliiuallr lm lr pmv.'d nnd ro cxtrn-Ucas to piece It at the livml of family IVrliHilrnl It con nltn luii'i- - Inruo tinnrto, SyxllVilnChpa. rlopntlyiirlntMl uitd fully iihcd by V. Jinuliirf !) iiKiii'fl, niuairaieu. new York, AMD BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINtl WITrl THE c u4 tlwara R.II.I.U nrwara or wortblr. Imluilmi. --; 'A-- . . V."?'.K".'"."J?. bt smi vHiiaii.irr a.nKiiBn SLna ttilgr DLurr. or luciatM ai iUaitl la u. j lawitvilim bj . ..: rtturn tuftlL rtrw.mm DAbrn . t'Li.i r ja. r. nif.mrr vnrmir.1 HUl a Jla4l.ua Mqitar, I'hlUJfc, r.R ' irxlit I'HU For sale by Dr. M.L. BODKNE, tr' I'tirUt l.rKnglUU- - I'vunrrayHl luff r r Atk tot TeB."r Blenford. ,...n !..!, 'i F6aratl ul aaaaaBinatara. llnaiCkasleUCa Ctnolnaatl Ohio, rl WCht.tn -- o a urn. vtt rt:craia-- 4 rourUaailitln. itmadr "own to ui fci Coaoitlura Vrnl;Tiha bl, and In crr haiflnatljfolen.cat ..v ami (,U.i. "' aold tonildir. it Alcatt A LUk, Itudia. N. Y. SoMliyOru-xlita. 1 -- l.i Interior Journal at $3,50 Per Year. 1,00. l i ' ' imiMilkjii: . 1 W WU1 X J Mil II ishr " li IJWaill Js I - Hi tafflffl - ....-- . t- . r a JM - if . , ..Jne- i Tifv