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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886121001 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. - - 71C mm VOL. XIV. rbMhctl TucaatiVH -- AT -- Weeklii mmztwt t tZ&s ih H vmv & v j. s 4 .. " 3 imfn NO. 184. FOB KEKT. W.TI. Anderson. Infler rJLs!lM!i!l.!'?u,t,.J0 ' Blsnfotd Street in .."" aJi necessary out houses. rest toeltbsr monthly or yearly reuUrs. Will house is large and water eonvenlint. AddressThe KRH. KVA HHITMI, lg2,tt Crab Orchard, JCy. V. 31. JIoKOUEllTS. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1886. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTT. ami Friday 11.80 will be 83 JM3II ANNUM, CASH. unJereteod If we credit thai McioJ tod demanded. W. P. WALTON. Can To the Editor ol.tht Interior Journsl.-Sir: Believing ' he j'Mt tnsrj and one that It on Urn tide of right and justice, regardleMofpoUlic', religion or what not, I appeal to yon ta an honit man to pub llsli this letlsr in the calurnns o' your pa per, in the stay of vindicating the tc' of an honorablis man, a tuto with a strong sens of rrirnonal foellnn; a man who th'nka that while ao'.ini; in au official capacity, undtr oath, and a csmmlrtlon 'roiu tie cot irnor of hla Stair, regardtcrn of party poll tfci or anything else. The facta are these; Npt long since I was polntd acd commissioned police judge of tho town of Ml Vet con My act have) been criticised, con detuned nod damnrd by men who are tny colleague in politic J men whom I hay cl wave supported; meu that I hare alwaya booortd and mpectod; men that I loved and houired m brj'.hiM and fethtr, have, in a ehaatoless, bickbl iag m inner, abuied nnd caanurod my official nets; ptrtit who heird only one tide of my rulinR; and why baro they ilone to acd why are Ibey et"l doing eo? Jnit tlmply bscauto they cm oat tako me by the nose and lead me around in the way t'uey think I ought to in the past go, an ihey hue dons other lf, and some at present. Now, in honor to I will let the Mt. Vernon bar dtclde aa to whether I have done risjM or wrong in any of my cfficial aol I hare tried to do my daly, let Okd be my judgr; let me b cuided by tho dicU'et of tuyown conscience, is all I ask. J. W Mii.leh MUYcraon, Deo. 7,1880. ( J 7" my-r-e- L, M Lasley in buying up all the turkeys in this locality, with the view.lt U eatd, of shipping them to an Extern mar ket. Mica Florence Elnundt, teacher of music and of the public echool department in Tarrant College, has been quite sick during the past week. J. W Brooke, our former townsman, late a (raveling salesman of Cincinnati, has accepted a poeltion with 11 K. Davis & Co., of New York. "Jim," wo with you well, one and all of ns. There U a repnl current here that one of our handsomest young; ladies will, at an early date, become llm bride o( a wealthy bachelor Madame Humor very often fibt, but the tells this with eyes. D 11. Edmlston has rented from Mr. A Turner the pretty little cottage on Stan ford street, formerly occupied by Captain F. W D.lllon, and proceeded nt once -- as every ccwly married couple should do -- to keep hnusoin comlurlable style. Last Friday night the "beiuty and chivalr)"of the town assembled at tbe Mooro House lo eoisy tbe first hop of the e season. Tbe mut!cwt furnished by fiddles and tbeyonng'tere, after "tripping the light feutastio," and making mrr ry to their hearts' content, retired to their bonus at roldnichl'4 hour. Died, on Dicemhor 1st, at the home of his rlater, Mrs. William Oan.elt, wher he hsd been for a long time hopelessly confined, Joseph Kobinton. He was an old man, agtd about 80 years, we suppose, and has b:en an habitual Invalid for years. HIh recall re wete Interred on Cme!ery Hill. The Crab Orchard Springs Cjmpaoy lost a valuable hone lait week. It happen ed thuc Two colored men were uprooting a tree, cetr by which they had left the ani "mal standing, when the trro suddenly fill, contrary to their exre;tationp, completely crushing the boras. Several of the limbs pierced him through. To men themselves truth-beaming old-tim- Sappho Remembers Her Old Lore. To tbe Editor of tbe Interior Journal New York, Dec. 3. -- T,here is nothing of unusual importance golmt on in the Metro- RELIGIOUS, In Rei-oh- barly escaped, i Master Frank D.llloo, who has been at Jelllco for several weeks, In (he employ of Buckner't Able Opponent,, the Western Union Telegraph Company, If the journals of the last State Sjnale returned horns Last Thursday. Frank ia are examined, the bill offered ana the only 15 years olJ, bting one of tbo young-ea- t votes rait upan the various measure of im operators In the State; yet bo baa had portance considered by that b hIv will show charge of some of the mot complicated that Hon. John D. limit, or Madison tbe LAN line, lie is a county, wai one of thecleireil thinkeraand pjrfrct master of the key snJ we hope to moit careful membert In the Legislature see him some day chief train dispatcher, to lie bid 09 ambition to further and no po- which poallion Lis genius, If it continues litical account to square. He did not ally developing, will ultimately advance him. himself with any of the clique that sought Mrr. Tatar Babbitt, after a protracted to tali lenca legislation and the (till small illcess died laitSiturday, Dec. 4h, at tbo Tolctof thr lobby did no, dad an entrance home of her haughter, Mrs. Catherine to bla ear's. Whenever it bacame neeewary 8be wis the mother of Hon. Fonlo define hi view upm any proposition be taine Fox Bobbin, the distinguished criml did It forcibly and wlthoit equivocation nal lawyer and legislator; of Mr. Jamee, Hit bill for the aettltaiintof the convict litedecstted, and aeveral others living in trouble wa tho eolation of that intricate this county. At tbe time of her death she problem, and after wetkt of debite it was about 83 years old A numerous progptued by both bjdios without a elogle eny lament her time hontred call. Her re amendment being added to it. Hi mvde mains, without obsequies, were laid away an earnest fijht against tout feature of the on the cemetery hill revenue bill, that in hit opini in would We enjoyed a few hours itty in your work hardihipi to tht ptpli, who, bucity listening to the great evtngellst, Rev lling against hard timea aad Geo. O Barnes. Ao interesting coogrega nereu'mdr 1 Ajigerinit, under the burden lion was present and we thought tho serof taxation Whatever premises be reason-e- l mon one ef the most eloquent and impres from hli imreri alwiyt understood that tlva we everheirJ Mr. Uunei deliver. Hit he wti expressing hi hmeit onvlctions theme on the occasion was tbe reduction of With this admirable reoord as evidence of our Grst parents in the garden of E Jen, and bit worth and stability, tho Commercial dors how ein became inducted in the human not heiltate toeiy that hit candidair for ajul. Ills impersonation of God'd tuooklne tbe htyheit office in tbe gift of the pep N the condemned sinner, of the dovilV subtle, a nnlural euggeavion, and ha met with ty, and his description of Eleti and its warm support throughout Central and pristine occaptnts wera especlallv fine We Eiitcriiitentuckr and eTen in the wtstern hope to hear him again during hi) two portion of the State. He it a practical weeks' stay in Stanford. farmi"- - and ia uco4ful busings min, A rfounn with three small children od wlaueoh, onnrvMtlvo prorecjlve was picked up in a penilcsa condition last From now until the democratic convention week on tha Ml. Vernon pike by Mr. W 8 in May lie will preisnt his c'.Mtns to the Too in p ton Sho gve her name asO-rcne- , people of tho State. Gan. liuolmrr hat in and nid that tho was from Illinois; that Senator Harris a corapstitor who does not her husband dying thers of consumption, rely on a eenti mental following ana ono the started to her brotber-iUw'e in Lau who wHl comaiand general onQlencr. rel county, and on arriving thero oho learn LouUvlllc Commercial. od he had removed to tbe s country, whereupon, disappointed in not finding In a circular, announcing hit candidtcy him, shu endeavored lo make tier ray for rt .e'ostiuu fa Auditor of Suite, Qon. back , but her money giving out hub con Fayetto Hewitt eaya nf the new revenue tinued her journey on foot and becoming Inw; It will plnco tho Troaaury in au Imenfeebled, was fouad as we have atnted. proved ondition. O.ir school fund will te Until her relatives could bu ad7p3ud, sne enlarged, teaohera will be paid promptly vras rent, after bjlng lodged a day or two mid claimant neod no longer be compelled by Mr. Thompson, to tbe Pjor Home to wail on the State for their Just sluot. We Shi Is about thirty, and a well bred, goodwill be once mora on a cash foaling. In 'ooklng woman, nnd the children are ilotcgoo taxation will be more equitably ortgbt and heiltby. large clast of property, . distributed. A O. 0. Caison uml Mrs. SjIUb Welch wblcb btcre escaped taxation, will Le havt returned tiome from the bedsldn of brought to the light and made to contribute their iick father. Mm. Mollio W.srren hae Its quota of iHxes, The burden will no returned from n visit to Whitley. Messrs louser fall on the artioultural class nnd the L. and Henry Wells, clerks at Em Utta email property bolder. At the same time stadt, art gladeolng the "old folks" at tbe rata of taxation is reduced. Last year home. Mix Mary Elmtaton ia visiting It was 62 cent; this year it la 51 cento, and relatives bslow Stanford. T B. Ctreon, of for 1887 it will be 47 cents, nnd a further Cincinnati, avaa here Friday entiling nt his reduotloncan be recommended lo the next hosts of friends. John (Wearen, the band Lecltlaiure.1' some railroad agent at Paint Lick, drovo John M. Wolff, of Martinsburr, W. Va over with a span to see ono of our fair this died on Monday, agtd 01 years, He not weak Mrs. Thomas Buford, formerly n only wan the oldrat man in the town, but reeident of Stanford, but now a dweller in had been a member of the church GO years, tbo distaut West, is sojaurniug among relhad never ued tobacco, had never drunk atives In this vicinity, That polite nnd whisky or other intoxicant!, and wai never efficient spent at Livingston, Mr. F. L. Clifford, and his brother, Mr. Ed Clifford, heard to utter an oath. were hero Sunday -- not iu the interest of Trierd are some women who wouldn't be the railroad company eltber(?) W. Q, happy In a mansion in henven unless they Emsrvou, of Lexington, wia in town this could clean home about onna 7ry three week. Messrs. W. A. Brooks and 8. 0. tnonlhr, And we havo git oao at our Keunedy attended the Btrote meeting Tuesday night. Jionie iu ne, n blue-gras- - politan city, but upon glanclog over the wiVli, weekly and dally papers it occurs to me The will of Margarets Lewis, of Philthat a brief notice of tbe various amuseadelphia, Jnst probated bequeaths over ments advertised may not prove uninterest2200,000 to religious and philanthropies! ing to provincial readers. And let not the quiet churob going people be shocked at P'lrprss. E der John B II Glbsn is back from the record. Ilimember that in a city Louisville, forced to rat urn on acoount of where the thousands creep into millions, of every nationality under the un, ol every slcinev, jilt ai bia mse'.ing was getting iii.il.-- r lnLli7, He will preachi creed, ectand Um', muemenl pievent fully however, at his church Sunday morning, crime and nre a necessity to public comfort and the subject of his sermon wilt be "The and order! Here the night Is as busy as World for Christ." the day. (treat enterprises req lire perpetThe pro'rac'edmss ing which has be.n ual work, and all night long the oars run, bearing industrious clt'ztus to and from in progress nt this place nnder the ausptcis their place of busines. There is little or of the Presbyterian church, acd conducted no difference bo'.woeo uight and day, ex- by "Rsvs. J. M. Erans, 8 F. Taylor and El cept that we have eleotrio light for the one der J. II Hopper, closed last night with tbreo profession and two additions to the and sun light for the other. Tuesday night. In my old Kentucky home every heart Presbrterian church up till -- Bullitt Pioneer. was in a flitter at eich play bill potted on The Catholic churches are taking ac the fence, and they woro thus posted only tion against wicked choirs. After Jan. 1st semi occasionally, llerj one is eurfslted alng in any with amusements; yet it is a comfort to no one can be admitted to church in the dioceeo of Dilroit who i not know that one cin go il oce will. At tbo a practical Catbolic and who is not willing Casino, that gou of Oriental architecture, to sirg for the glory cf God without pe tho Opera Comtqoe may always ba heard. cunlary pay. Now ' Ermlnie" ts running a delicious bonbon of muiical sweats, with tbo neco)ary God Falcon on Miw. Cleveland. love story underlying tbe music. ble?s tho womar I I loye her and would At the Academy of Matio, tbe marvel- servo her any war I could. I am born a ous Patti is again entrancing the world with man with that strange, foolish infatuation tbo only human voice that i perfect like for womankind which has been the curse of an instrument. S'oe is supported by Scbal-ch- i, us all since tbe data of Adam. And lam Norma, Ouille, &., &c, and one may glad Frankie's pride ia to be gratified in feel bleeed to secure ia lofty perch at $3 in the way she mostdeslres, nnd I don't blame order to hear the heaven-burdiva her f.tr de Iring it, since, being a woman, At the B JjU Opjra House "Litllo Jack tho Is born that war. And if my mind Sheppard," is tbe sparkling musical buries lingers somewhat lovingly upon tbo eweet qne, Nat Uoodwin is tho attraction here At meditations which must accompany her Nihlo'a Garden Monte Crista is drawing im wifalr offices, God wot, mat! I oughtn't to merss crowds. James O'Neill takes the be burned at the stake for it. There is no dual character of Edmond Ddntes nud Mon time in a woman's life when tho ia so worte Criato. Tony gives his usual thy of the respectful and altogether tender g variety exhibition. Mar- and spiritual and unselfish love of a man guerite Fish is at the Thalia, a German as the first time she has to hide her little theatre on the bowery, in "Da Glticka En-ge- l." work baekel full of flannels on the entrance "Sophia" is running at Wallack's. of a visitor. Oh, dulee dccuil Her angelic Margaret Mather, in "Ltah, the Forsaken," modesty then is rro-- e to be desired than all is at tho Union Square. Dion BotHcault tho beauties of the dark eyed Hourls in is playing "Tha Jill." At the Elen Muse-ar- e Mohammed's paradire. numberless figures of great men What Kentucky needs just uow is a live and rcenes in wax work of life size. Loula candidate for governor. We wanta man Aldrlch, with Miss Dora Goidthwaite, fa of business ability, with modern ideas, end playing "My Partner" at , Poole' Theatre; enough push to remiod the State that the Man tell, In "Tangled Lives," is at the administration is yet nllae. The voters of Fifth Avenue. Annie Pixley, as "M'Jiss, Kentucky should not lend their support to the child of tbe Sierras," is at the Windsor, any man until tbey have thoroughly heard Fanny Marsh in "A Great Wroog Righted," to say upon all questions of is at the Third Avenue. Helen Dauvray, wbat be has interest lo the State. We have had too in "Oae of our Girls" is at lbs Lyceum. for GovMr. Charles Wvndham Is at tbe Princess many politicians and nonentities ernor; we now want a man who will manTheatre. "Held by the Enemy" Is running at tho People's Theatre. Modjeska is age the business of the State like be would Louisville playing "The Chouans" at the Union the business of a railroad. Post. Square. Curtis Is playing "fought in a corner" at the 14th at. theatre. "Joaeph Puli zsr, of tbe New York Joeph Jefferson Is running Rip Van Winkle at IFbrfd, has so much money he doetn't know the Star Theatre. Roland Rsed ie at tho what to do with it it. He is up to bis neck Comique in "Humbug." In Brooklyn in it," said a socialist writer tbe other day. there is a varlslv of dramatic production "He asked m to write for him. to suit nil taster. The plays during tbe I wrote a column and a half and ho sent coming week range all tbo way from trage- me a cheok for $150." He ban alio given dy to farce comedy nod include romantic the members of the Press Club $1,000 or drama, old comedy, melodrama, society so "erjoy themselves," and he has endowed comedy and comedy drama. Booth with a bed for sick journalist in one of the hoshit Sbakesperian repirtoire, is at tbe Psik. pitals with ihu raUrr of bis placo in Con-g- r. Dominick Mil nay, in "From Palace to Prison," is at tbe Grand Opera House. The nose ot tbe Panboldi statue is over Benjamin Mtglnley plays "May Blossom" tbreo feet in leng'th. Wbat a terrible thing at the Noyeltr. Mrs Laugtry, as tho "La- it would be for her t have a cold in her dy of Lyons," is at the Brooklyn Thentre. hend "Nancy & ," is at the Criterion, ltoee Bucklen's Arnica Sahe Coghlan is at the Lou Acadeinr of Music. TbeUtstSiWo lu the world lor Cuts. Bruise "My Aunt Bridget" is at tho People's Tbo Sores, Salt Iibauiu, Fever 8ores, Totter, Clixppod atre. 'A Celebrated Case" l at the new Hands, Ckllblalm, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, Uffocr Museum. Besides tho foregoing and positively curoi Plies, or no pay rt utred, I, Is guaranteed to giro perfect aatiifacltoc, or money list there are concerts nud lectures and refunded. Trice 23 cents jcr box. Fox salo by ttnd recitals and all sorta of ex- Tonny A MoAllitor. In the two cities. Among tbe hibitionWonderful Cures, grand pictures en dinplay is ' Christ Before W. I), lloyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drug-gliPjlalu" just fr.iru Eiropo and attracting 0! Koine, (Ja., say: "Wo Iibto boon celling 8.UTUO. l)r. King's New DUcoTery, Electrlo Blttort and tboustimlt Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two years. Have nevMany men strike for eight bourn a day, er bandied goods tbat sell at well, or giro such and lie around idle for month, though universal latlstactlon, There have beoa some their wives at homo havo toiled from 14 lo wonderlul cures effected by these medicine tn tbls city. Soreral casci of pronounced Consumption 10 hours a day for rears without a murhare been entirely cured by the uisol a lew botmur. Tbeio are doubtless many wrongs tles of Dr. Klcg's New Discovery, taken In connecIn tbe field of industry that need righting, tion with Electrlo Iiltterr. We guarantee them (I) but for the wife and mother struggling with always. Bold by Penny A McAUater. rrhero is there a sign of relief? poverty An Enterprising, Reliable House, Where glimmers a ray cf hopt? 'Hera is Tonny A. ilcAlUtpr can always bo relied upon a ceaseless round of labor, a treadmill of not only to carry In stock tho bsst of everything tXvitence, which only her womanly forti but to secure tho Agency for such articles aa bare n merit, and are popular with tbo poo- tude, her motherly patience and affection pie, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of belnc al entble her to endure She has no thought ways enterprising and ever reliable, llulng 'se of remedy through Uw and politics. She cured tbe Agency far the celebrated Dr, King's loaves that to the consideration of her lord New Dtscorory for Consumption, will sell It on a poattlro guarantee. and ms a lor. But some day sbe trusts her every sRectlon ot tha It will surely cure any and Throat, Luugs and Chest, bo good men children will have grown to and tosbow nnrconlldsnce, wslnvlta you to call and women, with fairer fortunes for their nd get a Trial Free. (I) rrjiyruent than fell to tbe hard lot of their Green's U olden lialtn, sure cure for Catarrh at father am1 mother, and iu that faith ia 60c, at McRoberls it 6tagg's. Uow Is your blood? Use Ureun's Sarsaparllla her consolatlnu and reward. n high-soundin- elaht-hou- r Thanksgiving sermon Mr. I have no rympathy with mM: men who have fourleen-hou- r bin Town Iiot For Sale I AartprewntatlTSofMr two arres ou Homprait Avenus In Stanford. Tbn place has all the necesury Improremants and ia a very deerabla one. Call on or address us at Stanford la regard to It, " . FOK RENT. . .A v.ln.M. (l.niiVP..M.ii.....u. n.n acre v u.yv- -. situated 1 mile from ..iiuwuuumujuitlie HtantorJ Crab Orchard on .-. I wlah to rent tar House and Lot on Upper Ml Street, In Htanfurd, now occupied by Mr. f. M ,lhretI lSS1 conuaenclSg with Jan- - ?.,!? . .u .& In HtantorJ, ou Booth ldo of Main itremt. built by Owsley A Hon. Also tbe brick resident In which 1 am now living. JOI-- ll (Stanford, Ky. aMif Thtt (WA rlw - Irt 191,Jnl- - tins. KATE UAY8, Stanford, Ky. SUIiliOTJQRY. I am dally opening an decant lino of Fall ery, IncluJlnj all Millin- Store-Ifiooi- n For Rent IN STANFORD. Store-Kooi- The llayden la location an 1 arrangam eat. F. 1W-- " the beat In Sta nford A pply to . , Tho latest Novelties of the SBason. HATE JWnjUJKttAR. " "" III WJBLCU, Stanford, Xy. Alro Notions, auch as llandkerchlefa. Collars and Cafii, Ruchlng. Corsets, BusUoj, etc. You will and me at the rooms lately vacated or 8ml-lo- y A Warren, next door to tho Myers Uouae II. K. TAYLOR, OfLOQAN COUNrv.tsaCandfdata or the office offiuperlntendent of Public Instruction, aublset to the Democratic Htata Convention. '""" MMHOV For Sale ata Bargain. I offer lor sale privately la BUnford, Ky., a very desirable residence with seven roams and porch-Wel- l of water at tho door; stable, smokonouro, Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to . A JjFOH D, 163' Agent for J.B.Allord. a. JE. II. FOX5 The Photographer, alioIe lMctnrc Oi.Uerr. direct to consigners on di ijoodji for personal or fhmtly viae. Tells hoav to order, aiad gives exact coat of cTtrrr-thli- ag you nae, drink, rrciar, or liare fuu STlth. These IXVALUAIILE ItOOltS contnla Information gleaned froin the tnarketx "Wo avlll innU a copy of the STorld. adli'RBC to any dress upon receipt of lOrts. to defray expense of mailing. na hear from yoia. ItcspectniUyj 3.ROn lllntfrnfln... iio mrmnjjs ormn u Isaaed SepU nnd Dlarcli, each year. 313 pages, 8ixa, lncIirs,avlUi orcr y et, Jt 227 MOIMTSOIVIERY WARD & CO. 3t 22'J WabaIi Aveaue, Chicago, m. I JDaiBville, - - - - JKy. HSWPOU Bff J & -- UIKISSIPPI VAUS7. THE- Frames Made to Order. NE5IKlfE.i Minmt XEWCOMB HOV EL MT VEBNON, KY. This old and woll-koo- Washinglon, Philadelphia and Now Tho only lino running ts Kcnliiclcj's Konio Eau ron York. Cno reputation. Chan-Special attention to tbe traveling public. MCnl Hotel is still .,, t,i. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS AND 31. P. KEWCOJIIi, Mt. Tro'r, Vernon, Ey. A SOLID TjRAIN Louisville, Cincinnati 4; Lexington, Ky. to Washington Oity, FJVJB COMMANDS! edles. Thou shalt marry soon , very soon. 2dViceFjeaiaeot, Qca'I Vm'i Ag't Ecsaon: Tim goose tone maiketh this a hard Louisville, Ky. winter, atd Bourne's toilet articles will mtko thee beautiful iboaa thv lallnw.. rrt t hn .i.t not desire to marry, thou tort dealre to bo envied because of thy beauty. Thou ahalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne baa tbe materials. Thou ahalt have a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, VlOlln Strings. lamOl. frimm. nlrll.r.. tntrrnr. Concert Grand, ' r warranted lewalry. Parlor Grand, Bourne bas tbess and the finest lot of candles aver brought to Stanford. Baby Grand, ADouinau icoep in mina tbat Eourae is tbe cleverest man (except Dr. Cox) and the beet man Upright Grand, to deal with. "Iloacs red, violets blus, Square Grand. Bourne's is the place for vou. r3haWiMrn. Wo In fact, tbe half ot hla glories and fins goods finest are opening the moat carefully selected, the and best stock; of have not been told thee. Connecting in the same depot With TrainB for mow York. Tbou ahaU eo to JIOVltSK'S for all thy Cbrlalmaa Goods. The Direct Eoute to Iteason: Uiurne bas Just received direct from Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Vlnlnia New York City tbe nicest and caeaceat lot ever and North Crolin brought to this neck of ths wcods. Tor tickota and further Information, a Toon shall buy tho medicines from Bourne to m . Reason: Bourne's gooda are pure. Thy life la Tour nrar.t :on too valuable to baucrifl-tiMiiinr in.rt .,- - roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. Past Pni. tlk.. . PIANOS! A. Grand Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL And the Louisville I'lAKOS AND OICGANS FhT.ebM0UlJltt0,hUt"r- - ZrtTT Jnstiument is an artist anj prices range percent, lower tnan other dealers from 10 to same goods. Persons ol musical and aat for the art culture ar- - invited to an Inspection of thebcautiful, culll- col'- ""ED,0, brate iKsirumcnts: 25 THE ' au Weekly Courier-Journ- al d One year for only 83 two papers for little more tbau tho price of one. Courier-Journa- Br navlnzusf3 you will recelvo lor one Tear your home paper with tha l, the representative newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe best, brlihtcstand ablest lamllv weoklv In tho United States. Tbosa who dealre to examine a sample copy 01 m omre. Tho il Knnho, the Fa nioitsiiccKcr&jjoii, the Poyalar Everett and tho ItcIIablo 'etv Englnud Pianos, The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and the John Church & Co. Organs. AVorld-renotnic- is O'NDERFUL jcar for tiothlij. eubacrllilnj; for All llic PATTF'tS15 va XrINtM SUCCESS. IS .a nd'pnces0""1"111"'0 1'ilh u'r,rtataloSues, term H. it. & lu LOOK, Spoclal Ag'ts; Or UObE It. mCHARDoo'fflce.' Keferencea:-- A. R. Penny, Mrs E. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mootq and Jamts tint-,nUor!TM,"- - ,MH'o Holmes. Crab Landramacd Miss LUxIs Lancarur, Ky. lSJ.Iyr I J. M Uufl-ma- n, 3011 wli'i to use during the !.,' .f tn. u 3.00 to SHO' by lYIiAIril. n Hv O. & M. UKIO & MISSISSIPPI 11 Tha Ssmi'Mly AND Interior Journal y W . Qemorest's BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ros iiiu"tcd Thedirect through lino and old eatabllahed route ItVUl ''I Louisvillo & Cincinnati to St. Louii WithTwelvo Orders fsr Cut Pjpsr PiUcrnoof )our own selection and of uny size. nuu an poiuis in tne west. ONE YEAR, $3.50 (THREE FIFTY). TH3B BBS! D EHOIIBST'S snn CONTAIMNQ HVOIUE'I, I'll) U, iNU OTIIRIl LtTrnasT ATTIIACTIONS, IOMUIMNO AUTISTIC, SC'lKN- TIFK-AND HOUSrililLU HATTrl.S. Two (2) Dally Tralna from Ixulavllle to St. Louts. Three uy xraiua from Cincinnati to tit. Loula. Only houra from Louisville and Cincinnati lo tot, Loula. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Slooplng Car From Clntloatl toot. Louis. and Cinclnnail toSr. - Ol' till tlao tnrrnxliies. The O. &M. '"'on7 line running Violet." fraid the young man with bair evenly balanced and creased breeches, "I to ask you a question have come that baa been on my mlud for weeke." "Well. Victor." said the shy goddess. "I am anxious to know if 7011 would take me for better or warn?" "Well, Victor, to look at you I should eay worstl" Victor is single yet. I xonkers Statesman. ht Illimtratvtl trllh Original Ar 1 Jinyritv-inill'liOtoffrttriirra, Oil l'lfltirrm nwl Tho Ohio A MlHlslppl Railway runs I lie H'ooifeuM, mnhlutf Palatial For sale by McRoberls A Stagg at 91, it the Jtotlrl .lliiya-- ! nf Atnrrleii, Id Cars en day trains: Elega'nt Day Ccicu' UtoQrecn Cough Itoleatu fur coughs and colds. Kddi M.y uliio contains a coupon order enllilliifj e on all train:. c! ill n f a y wltcm fllnslrnted Piles 50c For aalo by Mcllobcrta A Stagj . tin- - holder 'o t'i In Hut nuintir, and In c.0.nntlonsara ,n1(1 In UNIOM In the fu.inon Dfci OTtJ with diverging lines by thoO. Oreen's Electric Oil cures all aches and pains. any cf l'ie iiiuuufuciurcd, niaLlng pattern' 4Railway, thus avofdlng trobleaomo trans- M. For sale by McBoberts A btasg at 60c. iliirinir llio rof ihu slno of ocr three dollar. fers br othar r.M.lu. DEMOItltST'S MO 41IIIA" Is Justly entitled :ho The Isrct-'- l In Form ilio World's Model Masazin L?,WTi-S!iJ! rM 7 Ijirsot In Circulation, nnd tho lnt TWO Dollar rnmllj MuTirlno lutd Jflr will bo the Twenty uuderono management, running all It tlilnl vcjir of Its publication It la continually trains through solid and in consequence (ocxuniclyHSt() plncc It at the head is racognlaed Hrst-ClaWhen Ilaby was sick, wo gavo bor Castoria, Route bo- -. Luli, all oB,b r r5t'bl In - "...M.nu w, uiaii ruxui. Sil : 74 "b'.tf , , as iU'li ilnn'l vnn tntnrf what I BBv7" said ... 1.I..V, .nnlhav In Kup nhllll. "Ynil tl.1T no morn attention to what I sav than if 1 wa a rinmo name laiKing 10 ve. 1 "When sho was a CbUd, she cried for Caatorla, When she becatno Miss, sho clung to Caatorla, Wbon sb had Children, ibe gave them Castoria, of Family I'erlodlcxN It ennia'ns 72 paias larco Inches, olipjntly printed and fully quarto. Illustrated rubllslicd by W Jnulnga UkIi orisf, Set York, AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE 8illU .. . tween tboae Cities, wt wuueviins lull parjkulars as Mw" to rates, time, maps, cireuli or any desired information or writo to :l m Interior Journal ?t $3.50 Per Yeaiv Tiav. Pass. Ag't O 4 M.Vy.eomwiet ty'TsHATTuS' JOHN K. BalUNARD. fret, and Pn'l M.n'gr, o. !",. r;' 1 ! trf 7 nfittX, f '( w 7: an Sini-SSecUiiSiiitnorln- rrv-g-- i m,,-- ...- t n : fl h 1 t V4 A Tribute to the Memory of Mrs Patsy Bob At Nshraaka City, Neb., Leamler NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS bitt, by one Who Loved Her. has been convicted of cutting the Buffalo, N. Y. suffered a million dol Died, at tho home of her daughter, Mrs Maggie, aged 11 throat of bis daughter, lar fire. Kate McAllster, Dec. 4, 18S0, Mrs. Patsy years, and will be hanged in March. James W. Fowler, a young man of 28, Of the seicntecn Massachusetts cities Bobbitt, aged 81 years and a few months. December 10, 1886 Stanford, Ky was found froien to death In Marion coun which held their local elections Wednesday, ThMe words mark the close of a long and ty. thirteen voted no liquor licence, three for useful life. Arthur Seibrecht, a young merchant, prohibition and one did not vote. List W. P. WALTON. Mrs. Bobbitt was the daughter of Thommarried les than a month, died at Lexing- year the same cities voted thirteen for li- as Stigall. Her mother's maiden name Wo Jirto Home Fine CIohUh which imi8t be held, Ih erder ton. was Harris, a sister of Isham G. Harris, of strt jnf Attn lllitits MaJ J ... prohibition. a cense and four for . Fon putting Inrge matters ia very (mall iuuiu aui ni mice WOOHCr IIIOIII HI IAII0H Ulg; grCHt ro O , roporls 10 inches of Asheville, N. Near La Porte, Indiana, Tuesday, Dav-i- d Tennessee. The late Coleman Stigall, of this review of tho President' enow. At Lynchburg, Va., the depth is 15 Hill and his three sons wore instantly Pulaski county, was a brother of Mrs. Bob- tlnctleu: Beaaage, by the Louisville Evening limes, Inches' killed and his little daughter crippled by bitt; another brother, Fontaine Stigall, lives takes the cake. It tells the whole tale ; Hon. Madison C Johnson, the eminent being struck by a passenger train while in Pulaski. I.CIohU worth 75 reduced (o ; $10.00 in a d'xea lines, yet Mr. Cleveland oo lawyer and banker of Lexington, died TuesMrs. B. was twice married; her first hua 1 " I crossing the track in a wagon. Hill's wife 0 cupied twelve columns: Ho urges tariff re- - day night. .33.00 died recently and the little crippled girl is band was Samuel E. Hayes, to whom she 1 duction earnestly and ably, and he inclines w " Governor Lee, of Virginia, has. declln the only survivor of the family. bore three children, the late Thomas 8. 30.00 to the idea, embodied in the Hewitt bill, of A to nardon or commute the sentence of " Poor old ex Governor Lselle is in Hayes, Mrs. Kate MoAlister, of Crsb Or- 2 4 ". free raw materials and a gradual removal of Cluverius. 33.00 Washington seeking a Western district chard, and Samuel E. Hayes, of Texas. a " .: duty all around, He renews his opposition 35 died at Dr. William Newton Turner 2350 Her second husband was MJ. John Bob judgeship. It is said the old man mortn to further compulsory coinage and the residence of his brjther-i- n law, R. A. gaged bis little home, the last of his prop- bltt, of Virginia, to whom she bore four 1 5 18.00 forces bis objection to silver. He does not Hopper, in Lebanon, erty, for $1,000 to make his last canvass for children, James E Bobbitt, who was a suc- PltlttliHHCqttcu 20 deal in details on the subject of civil ia.00 Senator Mahono is said to have made judge In the Glasgow diatrict and cessful merchant at the time of his death, reform, bnt he tells the country that $40,000 by the recent advance in the stock circuit These prices represent a lens to UHHiitlHiiy aue lu nved el in 1835; Lizzie P. Babbitt (the late Mrs Otrensboro Messenger- lest the race. ia the encouragement and enlargement of of the .Richmond & Danville road. tako advantago of tkoin. Eewor price Mrs. H., W. Hobbs was burned to George W. James), Hon. F. F. Bobbitt and OlMk Bkenld net fall principle lies the strength of the Amerthe The schooner Edith, with all on board i death at her home in Bath county last Mrs. A. J. Sifter; the two last survive the Cleakg Rise ofTercd.at greatly rcdnccd prlceH. 'Oh Taesday, ican idea of republican government. Be- went down off the coast of New Foundland handsome Hho ef ChrlsttuM Ueeda, week. The lady had occasion to pass near mother, who almost idollzsd ''her boy." 7th, iiiHt., wo will display yond renewing his suggestion of a Bureau and none were rescued to tell the tale. by the in which a wood fire was Never was a mother's love more beautifully Including Statuary, llrenxen, Perfumea aHd Toilet Sett, Toy of Labor Arbitration he is not delivered of An oil panic Is raging in Pittiburg burning, when the flame caught her cloth exemplified than "in "Mrs. Bobbitt for and Delhi ereyery kind, Ilraae Geodfl, together with very any special recommendation touching the and prices dropped 13 Ctnts in a day, causHue efSllk Handkerchief Rnd Muffler, Hllk UiHbrel-la- s, ing, almost instantly enveloped her body. ''Fount," as she called her eon, and he recip labor question, though the whole message ing a loss of $3,000,000 to the dealers, etc., all lowest prices. Before assistance arrived she was fatally rocated that affection as few men take time breathes a spirit of appreciation of and hon-o- r Charleston experienced 76 earthquak e burned. to show their affection even for a mother. If to the worling classes. Mr. Cleveland's shocks from August 23, when the disturbThe net receipts of the government Mr. Bobbitt could work out of marble a meessge is well written, fertile is facts to ances began, until the end of November. during the fiscal year were $330,437,727, statue, he would, I am certain, like Mr. bear his views out in his own direction and Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, late and the net expenditures $242,483,138. The Bartholdi, take his mother's face for a well deserves careful and patient reading. candidate for mayor, was married Thursexcess of revenue over expenditure was model. The President's Message is received ev day, in London, to Mies Edith Kermit Ca $93,056,589. The receipts were $12,740,-020.6- 8 Few women retain their beauty so long erywhere with commendation, the papers re w. goiter, and the expenditures were as did my friend. Yes, she was my friend! In the Louisville election Aaron Kohn $17,743,790.61 less than last year, making and so long as I can remember pleasant and people of both parties being pleased was re elected alderman by a good major with it in the main. Eren the Courier an increase in the net receipts for the past things, I shall loye to think of the warm ity. bat Dick Watts, the gambler, got bad fiscal year over those of 1885 of $30,492,-817.2- pressure of her haad and the cheerful smile Journal, which has been leveling its guns ly left. of her bsautlfol eyes, as I greeted her every since its distinguished edat Mr. Cleveland Washington, Herzog's Opera-House- , Since Gen. Buckner has announced that morning for more than twelve months. She itor's return from his continental tour, is DRUGGISTS AND moved to say: The message is, on the D. C, was complete! r destroyed by fire he will not make a personal canvass of the and her daughter boarded with me one like docu early Sunday morning. Loss $115,000; ins State, the papers opposed to him have year, and though she never walked a step whole, an excellent, business started the cry that he is a "kid glove" during that time, she was oyer patient and ment, giving ample evidence of conscien- surance $75,000. A bald eagle, while endeavoring to candidate for Governor. It is not a bad cheerful when I was in her presence, and I work, and furnishtious and pains-takin- g xrv ehoat, was recently idea to let the office seek the man once in loved her very fondly. ing abundant testimony, if it were needed, to carry off an DruRS, Wall Paper, Win cm Sfimlcal Mrs. Bobbitt was a member of the ChrisCheaslcalN, Iteoka, tho patriotism end public spirit of its author. killed in Clark county. The bird measured awhile, and if Gen. Buckner chooses to try iHslrHemenU, Ntatlenery, Cleans, the experiment, he ought to ba credited tian Church. For 60 years she served her Packet It is obviously the product of the President's six feet from tip to tip. OIU, Tebaccea, Another telephone, which does not use with honesty of purpose. n. Cattery, South God. Until the last few years of her life own genius and marks progress and beLamps, PerAiBHcry, Flro Maekia an electrio battery, and has been tested she was noted for her energy and industry. trays improvement in manywayr; notably Needlea. familiarity with, prevailing with perfect accuracy of transmission 830 Not long ago a lot of Chicago mer- She accomplished much by blending indusin an easier miles, is among the new patents. . chants joined the Knights of Labor. Now try, frugality and good management. She ideas and less of a certain crude pragmatFred Joslyn, a Michigan school teach- wo have it that Cincinnati once owned quite a number of slaves, and ism which has sometimes shown itself in Mr. Cleveland's writing. Its tone is that of er, shot and killed Thomas Morrison, the and clerks and all the farm laborers of the that she was a good mistress has been provan boneat man, and, whether we agree with father of one of hi pupils, who threatened South are going into that orgaizttion. It ed often and again by her former servant might not be a bad move for all of us to get and their descendants coming to eeo "Old all its conclusions or not, we are bound to to whip him for thrashing hts son. Charles Snodgrae?, of Cynthlana, com- into that boat, and either sink it near the Miss." respect its intelligence and candor. mitted suicide by taking morphine. Hi shore or sail with it to the laborles land That Mrs. Bobbitt was a gooJ mother . Judge Morrow has called a meeting of aged father died of heart direue five minand mothcr-io-law- , too, was evidenced by for which she is bound, or thinks she is. the republican Bute central and executive utes after hearing of his son's deith. the fact that her children considered no ("Louisville Times. committees at the Louisville Hotel in Jan George A.Allen has been appointed The Louisville Southern haslet a num- sacrifice too great to make for "mother's" DKALKIt IK. uary 5th for the purpose of fixing the time U S. District Attorney fcr the Western ber of contracts as follows: Sections one comfort, Mr. McAlister led her mother and place of the next republican State con- District of Pennsylvania, vice William A. and 12 to Kavanaugh & Crow; sections 12 so tenderly down the steep decline of life vention. The Judge will probably resign Stone, suspended for offensive partisanto 17 to Patterson & Jamei; sections 17 to that there was no chance for even a footstep his position of chairman at this meeting. ship. 22 to Green & MoMahoo; flections 22 to 23 to falter; but there came a moment when There must be people in Chicsgo who At least he ought to. A judge is not the to Hazs & Sullivan; and the next ten to C. even her teaderners was unheeded, and that proper person to run the politics of his make a business to burn churches. Three R. Mason & Co. The Lawrenceburg divie-io- n h6Vir was Saturday morning, about 6 o'clock have been burned there within a month, party. has been let to Montgomery Bros , and vhen the dear cottier closed her eyes forthe last being the St. Paul's Rjformed A nuMOR is afloat which has already Episcopal, ell tLe remainder of the road will be 1st in ever, Yes, "He had given His beloved week 300 men will be sleep." made its appearance in print, that Emmett The Alabama State Ssnate has parsed a few days. Next "UoilTcth It; friends lbs dearest can oorsr thlt e Logan, Ezq , tho talented editor of the put to vt't'i in Mwcer cuunty. a bill prohibiting the running of freight boon beslow, Times, has in course of preparation a trains on Sunday, but the House, it ia said, OAHVILLE, BOYLE COUNU. Bat Us touches the drooping eyollls and placid volume of tales entitled the "White Bull will refuse to agree to it. the feature grow; A fair article of ice has been gathered Weep not that her tolls are o'er; witf not that and Other Stories." The volume is expectAn enthusiastic maw meeting of the her race U run; during the week. Frankfort Capi democracy of Hart county, held at ed to appear this winter. QoJ grant wo my rest u calmly, who our work Mrs. Ellen Saunders, of Westerville, tal. Poor fellow! We would never have Tueidav, adopted a serioi of res like hen, la done. thought it. His he no friends left to warn olutions presenting Gen. S. B. Buckner as Ohio, and Mrs. Crockett Wilmore, ol Nich- - Till then, wo would ylld with gladnrai our TV. n. McKlNH EY, I Salesmen. JOHN liUHJUT, olaaville, are visiting Mrs. Jo Coffey. him? treasures to 111m to keep, a candidate for governor. Anirfjolroln the awect assuranco 'lie glrtlh Mr. Jaue3 Thurman, who was seriousIn Raading, Frank Keener choked his It is eaid that Judge Bines will proba Ilia lorod onn aleop.' " ia getgovernor. He is wife to death and then dragged her up ly kicked by a horse a few days ago, bly be a candidate for May the relatives of Mrs. Bobbitt brothting along favorably, so Dr. Tucker, bis much too sickly a man for the place. We stairs to the bed, poured oil over it and set so reports. er, sister, children and grandchildren could not depend on a governor likoly to it afire. Ho confessed all and said "God surgeon, Mrs. J. Wesley Durham continues live that there will eventually bs a blissful be as often off duty as he was during his commanded me to do it." physicians thought Wednes- reunion in heaven, it tho wish of a friend. Two hundred and fifty workmen at very ill. Her term as Appelate Judge. Bauidea it is be day evening that her condition was lees fa8. F. H. T. lievcd that he has drawn enough unearned Francis Breed's shoe factory, at Lynn, Crab Orchard, December 8, 1SS0. vorable than the day before. salary from the State to do one man. Maw., were ordered to quit work against Dr. W. N. Tumor, who diwl at LebaThe Origin of Decollete Dresses. their will by the Knights of Labor. This non a few dais ago, was for ssvcral years a will push his tarMr. Morrison eays he "Have you ever heard what created the is freedom with a vengeance. citizen ol Danville, where he practiced present rage for decollete diem?" asked my iff bill into con!deration the very first opE Price Sreenlief, au eccentric miser, portunity. Since Mr. Cleveland has de- who has just died in Boston, agctt nearly medicine in partnership with Dr. W. K tailor acquaintance. "So mo eight year clared so unequivocally for tariff reduction 100 years, after having denied himself the Evans. ago two French acteHcr, with whom Dime DralenlctllklDa of Han. M. C. Johnson, of Lixiugton, Nature had been most lavish in her gifts, and reform, the prospect is better for its comforts and almost the necessities of life, who died Tuesday night, wan a half broth-e- r were members of the company playing at passage. But Mr. Morrison hasn't much left nearly $500,000 to Harvard College. of Elder J. L. Allen, of the Christian the Opera Comique, and, as both were much time to fist in his work. representative Herbert, of Alabama, church, this city. sought after by the wealthy and fast Parls-in- ni, We are glad to observe that our old has introduced a bill ia the Hiuas to reMrs. J. E. Henderson, who registers at it is hardly necessary to say that a move the disabilities of men who served in friend, Maj. Henry T. Stanton, the poet Giltner's Hotel as coming from Atlanta, great jealousy existed between them. When Kentucky, ha been appointed the Confederate army, making them eligilaureate of Georgia, is here to see her husband, Charles the season Jof 1878 opened, a light opera a commissioner for the allotment of Indian ble to appointments in tho army or navy. in jail charged with ewindling. was produced, in which one of the actresses 8oow is two or three feet deep in por- Henderson, lands at $10 a day. The marriage of Mr. Charles T. Worth-ingto- c assumed the part of a peasant girl and the tions of New Hampshire. After the miser to Miss Mollie Evans, daughter of other that ol a lady of high rank, which It is published that Charles Oflatt, late able showing New Hamshire mado in the Dr, W. R. Evans, took place today at 12 naturally gave tho latter (he advantage in Speaker ol the House, will go West to lo- last election, there is grim satisfaction in SURREYS, cate. We hope that d n gambling bill hearing o'clock at the residence of the bride's father point of fine costuming. But thesoubrette that the State is snowed under. Thursday. Ceremony by Rav. O. A. Bar did not propose to give the leading lady a hB not driven him to such extremity. Rep. Ex. Large numbers of colored people of thoiomew, of the Christian church. chance to conquer the hearts of any of her The President is suffering from rheuma- South Carolina are being induced by false Georga Dann, colored, for stealing admirers, and as nature had endowed her tism. Exercise is said to ba good for the pretenses to emigrate to Arkansas, the exo coal from a car at the depot Tuesday nlgbt, with a symmetrical and beadtifully rounded malady. Let him take it by kicking the Wool, Needs, Feed, Coal, Lumber, Etc. 30 days Wed- pair of ankles, she had her peasant's drew dus being so great as to become a serious was sent to the work-hourascals out right and left. Officer Tom Helm matter to planters, who are thus deprived nesday, by Judge Lse. cut quite short in order to display them to caught George with the coal, when he own the beet advantage. All Paris went wild The whisky men, 150 strong, are in con of their labor. The names of 13 members of 8t. Peter's ed up and asked to be let off with theahort-es- t over the soubrette's limbs. The critics exvention in Louisville. Their object is to time. protect their interests against the inroads of Lutheran church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, tolled their beauty in column notices, and Elder O. A. Bartholomew's lectures on yet the handsome costumes worn by the were stricken from the rolea bscause they prohibition. were members of the Knights of Laboi and the book of Revelations every Sunday night leading lady were not noticed at all. Piqued Gov. Lee has respited Cluverius until because they elected to remain so despite at the Chiistian church are attracting in- by the advantage her rlyal had gained over January 14 next. creased attention. They show on the part her, the leading lady commneced to study church regulations. The Georgia Legislature stands 64 proQoy. Lae, of Virginia, has received a of the lecturer a profound acquaintance how alio might recover her lost vantage hibition to 00 against it. letter from the mother of Fannie Lillian of the Bubject and are delivered in a mos ground, and as nature had decreed to her a An Iadiana justice cf the penes, like a Madison, who was murdered by Cluverius, attractive manner. neck and bust that was almost perfection, Mr. G. W. Welsh, Jr , returned from sho rushed to her tailor's and ordered new sensible man,' has decided that Sunday in which she begs him to "let the law take (The Weekly Edition of tho Commercial Gazette,) While costumes which would display her charms newspapers are a necessity. its course." and to hasten the execution as Louisville Wednesday morning. A telegrsm from San Diego, Cat., eajs muoh as possible. in the city be had a full conference with also to the best advantage. Then comThe Atlantic and Gulf Coast Wreck-in- g the officers of the Louisville Southern R, menced a rivalry between neck and bust. that the temperature ot that point for the Company has located near Cape May R who assured him that the road was car- - The soubrette ordered her dress cut shorter, past thirty days averaged 08. Tuck Agee has been found guilty in an ancient wreck supposed to be that of the talnly coming to Danville and that one of and the leading lady had her bodice cut ba here iu a few days Semi-Week- ly lower, and as one abbreviated from the the Fayette circuit court of the murder of Gautomozin, which went down in the year their officers would Miss bottom the other would do likewise from to close up matters with our people. law, James Faulkner, and 1800 with $100,000 in gold on board. his brother in Cont Rlpielfihtragoa of eight colamni iach. ana Is prlnteJ eToryTucadsy anJI It U millM at U 40 per annum, noatap pall. 1'eraoni wtio can not take ths The great actor, John E. Often, best Myra Warren, of Louiaville, Is visiting tho top, until, both became bo indecoComni "rclal his punishment fixed at death by hangwbo want tho news olUner than once a wee k, will And tho UtmUWteklr an aduilrablopaptr. and known everywhere aa "Solon Shingle," died Miss Theresa Wnrthington, this county. rously costumed that the director of the ing. A citizen of the West Ead in town to- theatre had to interfere and insist upon n Tho sheriff of Christian and shot and Tuesday morning at Baltimore, aged 63 t. years. He bad suffered for several years day reports four cases of diphtheria in the return to decency. This started the deed killed William Morrison, who resisted Turns of Subscription by Mall: on tho lelt style of drcsee?, and the follonlng seaMorrison's brother fired at the off- with cancer of the atamach and bis death family of John Hoggins, who lives One year (oniiuloi bandar)., ,112 One ycai:(lncliiillnz Sunday) , pike leading from Perry ville to Harrods-bur- g. son the Parisian ladles appeared in very Hlx months. " a had been anticipated. til 00 . 6 icer, but he was finally captured, after Hlxmonlba. ' ., " ... I.HHIH. 8 Tne n,embers of the Fenian Brother All regarded as light cases except low corsage, which was of course, introduc- Tbite months, Three months, IMHII ., hard struggle. M..tM..i 8 60 aged about 20 Mr. It is said that the Cincinnati', Southern hood have issued an addrcsa denouncing of a son of is Hoggins, A daughter of ed in this country the following sear." X quite ill. O'Djnoyan Rosas for treisjn and fraud, years, who Louisville Truth. railroad wants a branch line connecting Consisting ol Sewing Machlntslmprored Wtterbury Watcbtf, Gold Fens, Pencils, Ribtnsjn ogfd 12 or 14 years, who Valuable Toiks Somereet with Bawling Urean, and the rood and asking their friends to heieafier send Dudley Five thousand tons of steel for shoe ticks etc, will be Mtn lu the paper., daniplo cvpltcireo. e comtnunlcrjfons to a new adlives in Perryville, is reported as having u- if the latter place will subwill be built ma diseasa. Dr. W. T. Pork ii the is one of the trifles Pittsburg supplies the THE OOAlftlKIlOlAl. GAZETTE CO., scribe $50 000, The distance from 8omer- - dress, as Rjtsa refuses to give up the old th 1(0 Ct country with this month, n. I. Q"; physician in nil the cases one. CINCINNATI. Shell-enberger ufifBW iffl.W.l.WilNrHBI ta.hi.MAmWMMnrt frViT'i-- im CLOAKS! " " ." nut-shel- v.o hhI ls, re-e- " " " ' " " Mr-vi- " " are a fire-plac- cIcHt a at ROKEKTNOiV & KINNAIRB, HarViMc. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Paint. Neap, 9. & STAGG, PliMJICEuTISTS, Stanford, Ky. nd EA.II3It Uquer d Ken-tuckia- Arm, Genuine book-keepe- O. Hnlts in Bulk at Wholesale and retail. w 1, mm; ii -- h mentSp Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, JElevatoi-s- , Hardware, Farming Imple Iou-isvill- Mun-fordsvil- le Mill, I?iiiipgs Cider &C. 1 1 WE U & MENEFEE, Favminglmplements and Machin ery, W&m Biiggles. Itei?iags9 Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Fawn Wagons, drain, se J a THE CracIItfHTATI WEEKLY The GAZETTE! SLOO .L J Daily Commercial Gazette, Our rcniuim Xiiat , post-offic- T- .'ta Jk' ! t. fM SI all n.. .,mtfa, .- -- il) iStmMSHtcWBjttteriwIowmil Stanford, Ky B. O. WAIiTON, L.4N. - Firurr-nAT- E Kran! at T. R. Wattoa'. r UARRlAGES. QARRAfW COUUTt DEPARTMENT, An elegant line of nilk handkerchiefs " and in u fliers at Oireley A Craig. December 10, 1886 Business Manager. TIME CARD. Call and see ray au toKatlo tnachtne, the finest thing on earth. " Peter ITatnton. . BoMETHiNn New. Wit have the beat line of ladle' and gento' rIotc; underwear and hosiery erer Mall train going Herta. - 2 10 r. m. brought to thli market. 0 ruler & Craig , " " " feKHlt is r. it. .. i i a ai at SiMCM train" twtiia.w. . ...... ...I ( .i 12 a. m yera.i.ww....i.nniiiii. I HAVE jmt recelred a large stock ol The aTS is calculated a standard Unas. Solar trail paper of new designs and a lame in tl at la Afoul SO minutes tutar voice of furniture. Call and tee mo. D, K. Wearcn. LOCAL NOTICES. LOCAL Mo A lister. a v filled Al.L except the stothfull-inclInetheir houses with Ice from three to five inAsk your grocer for the Cincinnati Ba- ches thick. The coldest weather was reachkery Co.'i crackers and cakes. ed Tuesday morning, when (ho mercury 'W Atghks and Jewelry repaired on ahor was down to 4. notice and warranted by Penny & McAlls r. and lot, very desiraa For Hunters, Attention. loaded Cart-rtdg- bly Rentlargehouecommodiour ; all and located; & all altja of shot, at Penny dy outbuilding-- ; in first-clarepair; -- Trie Circuit Court room iu the CourtA oouflkte stock of Jewelry, latest wish to rent, beginning with Jan. lit, for 1 house is undergoing improvements. Judge trie. Bockford watches a specialty. Pen- - or three yetre. Ja. B. Owens. Morrow having ordered them at the last ay A MoAllaler. term of the Circuit Court. The bar is bj LAND. STOCK AND CROP MrvE, D. Kennedy, has TiiEaweeeor, PERSONAL init lowered, seas eleva'cd, Ao. been litre for a week, oloelng up his work Hay and oats for sale. Harve Mc -- Mr. Robert Be's'ey, who owns a mine M. Pmton li In LouIstIIIc. of fixing the value of property in the coun " Robsrts, in Bell county, In which he la confiJent of M, MoltoiiftRTS is spending Mr, P. ty, lie thinks that the new revenue law Wanted -- 500 barrels of corn. Wear dfecoverfng ailver In paying quantities wm few dayi ia Lexington. has Increased the taxable value of property " en A Menefee. in town this week, having been forced to Mrs, J. E. Pokk Is back from a pro- in Lincoln alone between one and two mil -t- he Wm Hays houie and For Rent abandon work on account of the bid tracted visit to Louisville. lions of dollars 30 acres of land. F.Rsid. . weather. Is spending a Dr. L. F. Hofkman The agent of the K. 0 , Mr. W. B. W. F. Ramser bousht of Logan Mur Mwers. Ribert and .W J. Klnnaird, a week In the mountain towns. received the following dispatch a lot of 200 pound hogs at $3 85. who recently formed a partnership In the Mrs. P. Kino and daughter.MIss Alice from Mr B. F. B. Morse yeiterday: "We phy Now is the time to buy extra fine tneuranc business are having a brisk are visiting at Mr. Peter Straub's. will run a special train from Richmond to bulls cheap of A. M. Feland. trade io that line. Mr James Ferrier, of Miw Bzltjc Cook and Will Huflmao, Rowland and return Sunday next, for the Shorthorn Good Farm Horse for sale. Apply to Louisville, hv been up this week giving of IiBstotnllle, are yiittlng at Mrs. Q. 0. accommodation of partita wishing to attend T. R. Walton, corner Main and Somerset them some points'' Cooper's. Barnek' aervicee that day." " streets. Mrs. R. H. Younc, of 8belbyville, is Mibs Maggie Egbert, our regular n. V. Jobnson'e farm of 137 acres, one visiting her father, Ur. Wm. Huffman. who signs himself A coRRisrONDENT Crab Orchard correspondent, is visiting "Yours shlverlngly," writes In an abusing mile from Georgetown, eold at $107.50 to Mlsa Lljlie Noel has gone to Horse Cave, rieedsln town. Ken-ta- r, manner of "this devil's weather" and adds: W. L Roynolds. Ky, to attend the wedding of a cousin. Dr. L. R. Yatjm, of Hiawatha, For Bale a grade Alderney cow. A Capt. E. W. LI I Urd is in Cincinnati Miss "Give us something warm. Fill a few col again lays us under obligations for nans, with accounts of the conflagrations No. 1. Will be fresh In about two weeks. May Fergcnn, of Covington, ia a gae't of and kind words. " Ky. Miss Sallie Aiders n Mm. Fannie D.i Mr. Ed Simi-soion of Mr. P. L. and volcanlo eruptions of the 19th century. J. L.8laven,Ottenhelm, are boastfully send- rant has returned from Cincinnati. The Callfornians county, has been elected A chspter from Grant' Travels in Hades, 81mpcn, of this a, by Adam Bideau, would be delightful ing out word that they were eating freshly constable In the Grapevine district, Congresiman Peters, of Kansas has of picked watermelons on the 23th of Novemreading jmt now." fered a bill providing for the deposit f ber. Rev. Joe A. Monday, who has been Death Mrs, Tarrant informs us of the few cattle on the Par-I- s go!d or silver coin or bullion as security Thero were very very ill at Mr. Reuben William', has Ira. audden death of Prof. E. P. Hawe. late market Monday. A lot of 38 averaging for Nitional bank currency proved sufficiently to be taken to Mrs, principal 6f the High School at Crab OrCbarles Bjtirton, who U supposed to 1,100 brought $3 60 and a lot of 1,050 Pence's, in the country. chard tai director of amusement at the few mules havebfen the pcron who swindled the We frequently receive "personal" Springs lastseison. He died at Branden- pounds weight brought 3J. But Ptu lUket biiverHin Mrxiro cut of $30, with no name elgn burg, this State, where he was teaching offered. through tha 000, is said to b) under the surveiliince of In Scott, J. L. Luke sold to Finley A ed to them. Huch otn receive no attention, school. He was an exceedingly clever and the pollc. unices we are personally aware of the facts popular gentleman and his death will be McMteain 25 yearling mules at $GG rer Peririrnt Cleveland recommend that 15 .1 ford Hall head, Gano A Luke sold to stated. We must have authority for every- deplored by many friends in this section. ho pay of tho civl ervice commission le 57 feeding cattle, averaging about 1 180 thing we publish. increased.bat tin 1 w ranle p ecerally sav Shot. Yesterday's daily papers contain- pounds, at 3 cents. LOCAL MATTERS. they would prefr to atnlMi the cflle, Gano A Luke shipped last week to ed a dispatch from Washington that John the law, sell the old traps, and cov r R Walton's." Cuirev Miller, was shot and probably fa Cincinnati 13G cattle that averaged about Very best sorghum at T. the proceeds 'n'o the Treanurr. , . . T 1 1 ll a, inner, wno 1,600 pounds, and C3st3J to 4 87J The - Secretary Mannln. is In favor wounuea Ior Don't forget us on Christmas goods. 1. iauy that Miller vteorge ol free sent blm letters relied latter price was contracted for last Augui t. claims " wool In order to cheapen clothing. Tie will py vou. Metcalf & Foiter Georgetown Times, ing upon the character of his wife. Miller dilltes collected n foreign wool segregate Elder Wm. Arblll sold to D. B. Hamp-to- n Hioiirrr msrket price paid for hide, says Walker blackmailed him and put him five millions. He is opposed to free sugar a quantity of corn in the crib at $1 25 in a poeitlon where be was obliged to tell sheepskins, etc., by A. T. Nunnelley. rcurt that artlo-- U ciiM) enough. The what he knew. The wound is in the ab- per barrel, also a lot at $1 per barrel in lh mlllionu Examine our bed blankets and comforts domen. Miller knocked his antagonist field. Vol. Muir, sold lo Geo. Becker 30 duty collected on sugar Is fifty-onannually, Lcforo baying cliewhere. Owsley A Craig." being Bbot. He ia well known 1,500 lb. catfle at $3.75 per cwt. Stanley down after Tiio aiiuounouient in Col. McCtwlej'e a daughter of Mrs. Biher sold to Ocker Smith a lot of corn at Now l ronr chance to get a bargain In here, hsvlcs Demo- annual report that tbere were 302 deer- Winchester Pence and is the father of Rev. Joe A. 00 cents per shock. heating store. We have too many. lions 111 me marine cup during tlio yer Monday's wife. crat. A Fotrr Is yery suggestive The total number .f J. M. Cms A Co., of Hutchison, bought enlUtitd men in the corpi id only 1,835 i BARNES' MLETIKQ, I have a pood portable corn mill HO 15,000 pounds of tobacco from Wesselmsn whom a little more than ntlf are abotrtl inch upper runner that I will trade for Tbe Interest in the Birnra meeting A Btsge, at 4o nnd 3:. The traah had ship in lumber. Geo D Woartn. commission, while the remaiml-- r widens and the jam is someand been shipped to Louisville, and this was are on duty at the several shore station want to reduce their times terrific. All classes attend, from the Owsley A Craig the top of their crop. They also bought Thus the uumber of desertions goods, so examine them If depraved drunkard to the good church equalled stock of dres a crop of 8,000 pounds from W. O. ShropfHp f rco vera. you noed anything of the kind. and feel shire at ljc; also 1,000 pounds from J. H. more than one fifth of member, and all go away edified Tnis surpasses even the wor-- t records ol Ing that U was good to be there. His effort Huffman at lo. and ?c. George Moore, of We will receive In a few days a big stock army desertion, aslonlshin as the latter in refutation of the "diabolical doctrine of North Middietown, sold n car losd of fat of oranges, candlw and nuts. Oar prices damnation" was a learned and con Red Jersey hogs, at $1 20, the highest mar- bavo been. will be lower than ever. Metcalf A Fos. eternal vinclng one. Paris Kentuckian. ter. ket price Tf ADTKRTlSEMKflTh. Mr. Barnes provis by tbe parable of the At Btnedict Spalding's sale yesterday on our ladles' wraps have The prices rich man and Lmrus that thero is repent the farm of 421 acres was sold to Col. T P. been greatly reduced; so now la tin opporis reached. Hill an 1 Thomas McRiberU at $62; the STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING kin d ence evon after death and hell tunity If you naed anythln ( of fnt Mr. Barnes says that since ho has been so household and kitchen furniture and farmOwsley A Urtie. fully imbued with tbe knowledgo thnl ing Implements went at very low figures; A meeting ol tho stockholders of tbe Natlotal Remember that J. 0. Thompson' jew-elr- y "God Is love and nothing ele," he has lotl the bidding being Blow; 1 combined hor store will close to morrow night and nearly all the spirit of controversy that sold for $180; brood marta $75 to $85; mule Bank or lluatonvlllo will bo held at their hanking houtelu HmtoaTllleon tb 2d Tuesday In Jan do not iuIm tho opportunity to supply your- uecd to povess him. Instead of getting ofcolta $39; 1 ynarling mare eold for $113; nary, 1837, for tho purpose o( electing nine Direct-o- n at the lowest prices. self with gordi to acrre tho ensuing year, fended at these who oppose him, he only another at $61.50; 25 80 pound ehoats sold J. W. UOCEEH. Cashier. 20oJch, 21 GO pound onea at $2.05; U, D. Simpson feel sorry that they have not learned to Christmas Tree. Mrs. 3T lo know the dear Savior as he has. 2 ton stacks of hay sold at from $10 writes that there will be a Christmas tree at STOOKHOIjUEKS' MEETING But four days of the very happy meet- $10 50; oata 3 load stacks $21 to $25. White Oik, December 21th, at 2 r. M of all are ing remains. The last sermon will be de"Both the presents and presence y livered next Tuesday night and Wed A meeting ol tho atockhoUen of tho First NaThe Qaeen of Spain has signed a decree solicited." the troupe will go to Loulavllle, from which frees all tho slaves in Cuba from the tional Dank will bo he'd at their banking house EqoirtK Portman advertises that he will thence by boat to Fulton, where it will re- remaining period of Beryltude. Iu Braill In Btanforil on tbo2J Tueaday in January, 1887, hereafter dispense something to eat Imtead main for a week and then go to C.rrollton, popular sentiment is strongly in favor of for the purpose ol ele:tlng eleron Directors to aerre the entulng year. of jomothlng to drink in his late Mies, where Christmas will be spent with the abolition of slavery, and we may soon 134-tJOHN J. McROBERTH, Caihler. In town Rev. There are only two saloons left J. Loton Barnes, brother of the eyan- - hope to ace tho end of this system of labor now and one of them will have to go In less gellst. so repugnant to the sentiment of modern STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Mr. Barnes makes frequent reference to than a month. clvilintion. Mexico early rid herself of life convict, who professed religion four slavery, and, in fact, anticipated eeveral reThe Ada of tho last General Assembly a the itockholdera of the G.B.Coop years ago when he preached in the Frank- forms, which other nations of this conti- t A meeting ofwill be held at theli'banktn Farmers have just reached County Clerk g houae National Bank lie found him still hope fort penitentiary T.xatlon re- la Stanford on the 21 Tuetday In January, 1887 er. There are 350 pounds of them and they nent subsequently copied ful on U ImU visit, when he said, 'I am cost the State all told a mint of money, form will complete tbe work of remodeling lor the purpose at electing nine Directors to aerva reaping as I have tovrn, Brother Barnes, year. J. B. 0(7 BLEV, Cashier. when we consider the pay of the legislator our institutions and put us abreast cf tie he eniutng but I'll meet you on the short line." in the wnld'. other incidental expen-iemoat proaresslve nations the printing and Oar readers will be as glad as we are Mexican Finaoclcr. i letTAXIDERMISTS NOTICE! hear Hint Mr. Birnes will resume hli driven by a peddlor, whoio name ti to A TEAM Hot water ia the best thing that can be the Interior Journal after he ters we could not ascertain, became frightened, I am now ready to do all kinds ol Stuffing and used to heal a sprain or bruise. The goes South. Mounting, auch as at the psmenner train a lltllo UiIb aide of Some boys, who Imagine because they wounded part should be placed iu water as New Hope yesterday and dashed right in Birds, Animals and Heads, can pud cigarette that they are men, be hot as can be borne for fifteen or twenty rent of It, fatally wounding tho man and have very badly in the rear of the Court-houminute and in all ordinary cases the pain and also nrenara Wild Animal Sklna lor Run. mutiny a wreck of the waeon and con in them. during services. Their parents will gradually disappear. Hot water ap- with heads and erea r.afoaible. Satisfaction guarprices All the tents. Eiglneer Phil 80 Jen wai on the ought to take them in hand and falling, plied by means of cloths is a sovereign anteed andnuns, etc., aem 10 me must express cnargca on do preOEO.T.BCUOOLF1ELU, paid. was unablo to prevent the lookout, but the marshal might teach them a lesson remedy for neuralgia and pleurisy palne. Inat. for D. A. V Dintlllc, Ky. collision. In good manners by presenting them before For burns and scalds apply clothe well satkeeping the The stockholders in the Stanford, Dix tho police judge. We had rather not pub urated with cool alum-wate! River. Garrard County A White Oak lish their names, but we shall do so, it injured parts covered from the air. School-Hous- e Turnpike elected Lewis Dud-dera- r, there is no improvement. Tramp (to gentleman in City Hall Park) W. O. "Welch, Henry Traylor, WilON SATURDAY, DEO. 11TH, 1886, Will you kindly allow me to glance at Tho cattle market in Louisville ia liam Gooch, W. H. Miller and C. M. I will Oder for sale and keep constantly on hand anxious Iu tbe basement story 01 Spoonamore directors. Mr. Dudderar will slow at unchanged prices, 1 to 435; hogs your paper a moment, eh? I am uentie-ma- n Ural thing are steady at 3. to 4.30; sheep are in some to see the weather predictions." likely be choien president. The POItTMAN Certainly. (handing him the paper) that the directors ought to do Is to ehoot demand at 1 to 3. A srlcndld assortment of The types mado us say that Dr. Owa. Are you Interested iu the weather? Tramp of the name of the about three-fourt- h Fresh Beef, Mutton, Fork and Bacon. ley hid spent in this section $7,000 for Yes, sir. I live principally on wind, Ptke. , Will also keep on hand in thoir season Fish, Oysters, Oran-borrio- s, tlmee. hos. It should have been $70,000; and I want to find out what I am to have Lots of fresh salt on hand n all Pickles. Celery, for dinner to day." Price $1 50 per "barrel fo 7 bushelr. There Jfl the printer droppad a naught. Oabbago, Kraut. Lemhas sold his farm Hon. A.G. Talbott a certain merchant who likes to cut prices. ons, Etc, Etc Tbe W. O. T. U., of St. Louis, adopted 8. railroad, Every article warranted to he tho best It Is not right. I hope that ho will think of 105 acres near town, 011 the 0.Ceoil, at $70 resolutions expressing deep mortification ity, and to be sold lor CASH audofat prices to qualsuit and Chtrles P. that all men like lo llvoand let others live. to W. F. Evana times. Will pay eh for fat Ueevta. and regret that Mrs. Whitney, wife of the the hard Hoes. Wild Game. Kkcl and an kinds ot Mullen. little of a man that cuts per acre, cash. The tract has no Improve Consumers think should have eupplied Poultry. Wild and Douitstlo Will par cash for 1 menta and will be divided by the purahas. Secretary of the Navy, aivonieapttrllon ol yenr patronage. so much in prices Coal on hand at al guests at a late puty with nlcoholio hides, lady V. i'OHTMAX, tlmoj. Imo Hamilton, Richmond Junc- ers and added to their respective farms Mtiirifnrtl, Ky 181.lt Danville, Advooite. tion. Hooks ct nee-esca- ry good-looking fa-vArl-a)n1 pcsW-Hiee te-pe1 i e let-calf Buy jour School from Penny A There is goln to be a marriage id the Eist End next week, but we aro instiuctcd to "lay low." Pretty Miss Jessie King, daughter ol Mrr. 8. II. King, is to marry Mr. James H. Bwope, brother of Col. Swopo, on thi 23d. Mr. W. E. Dawes, who is engaged on the railroad, and Miss Addle Lee, the pretty daughter of Mr. J. M Martin, were mar ried on the 8th. by Rev. A. 8. Moffett. Invitations to the marriage of Mr. Qeo A. C, Rochester to Miss Julia Gwyn Smith, at Grace Episcopal church, Kansas City, Mo., December 21il, have been received by the friends of the gentleman here, who wish him much happiness and joy in his new re lation. The first Chlnaunn who ever applied is for a marriage license in Philadelphia PowHln, a grocer, of No. 21 Mott street, IsL'ztteCon- New York. His bride-elePhiladelphia girl. As ners, a she Is under age, Mrs. Kittte Kee, the wife of a Qaaker City Chinaman, has been appointed her guardian. Lancattar Mr. R L. wm im for W. E GnuAuxt A Co., Bui, b-- iiael-In- g will quit the road Jminry lit grocery in Lines ter. Tbe Main Smiury mudentH nave ur ganlzed a debating society which tber call theFaalkncrlun," In honor of their teach- Drugs, Books, Stationery and er, M:ss Jeunie F.uikcer Fancy Articles. Ihe good ladies ol ihw town will kite an old fasiiiontid cimiji pulling at tbe City PbTileUiu' prctcrlptlooi accurately compounded Abo Hall Friday eve .hit, ma proceed to be for tho baoefil ol Uio College, - Jonn H. Woodcocic, W.8 Miller. Jno. M. Duncan, R A. Burnsidd and WrC. The Largest Btook of Watchea, Olooks, left Touratt jy morning for a three Jewelry and Silverware days' nunt In Pul.ial county. boah hl roarkat Prices Lowor than Mr Hlllory B Gibbs, an old and nigh Blv.l U.he, .aock 8nd Jewelry on nolle and Warranted. ly respected farmer of Upper Garrard, died Iwtrrlday. His reiuuna were Interred In the Lancaster ceuie'nry uu tl e following LuiiUvilir, and open a Finny & WAMtoto PHARMACISTS, , JEWELERS. uisitci vrVJK. a if i3? ( Hkr i!i i. ..1 w MxA'XWmt -- Doalor In- - GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARES, TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QITEENSWARE, Confections, Tobaccos, Cigai-s-, f COR, MAIN & SOMERSET STS. New Canned Goods and, other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Dates, Prunes, &c, now in stock. Salt, Imrd Cans and Jara, ISutcIicr Knives, aim otner tilings used in Iog-TCilli- ii; ! ' GOOD .OOOI3S ""uSLX.- -! F2.ICJ33 ! ulio wisl Roods T , llui-h dellr-erioB by 5 o'clock their onler .otluN cu WAIjTOX( at3 181-l- iaa"JW "Attuiw, Lntoor .MoiitlGollo, CJorlc. net-da- 1 H. O. SIEESCHAXT TA8J.OIC, I hare received and etlll receiving RUPIiEY, . bar-roo- f. New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the best in the market, which will be ' Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Mono m City or Country. e. n- - a. Give 9Ie a Trial. s.xji-r- . Wall Paper, "A Furniture, 18I-2- U nifliPvPl: f 1 v HTlKr TO THE ITOBIsIC Cases, Caskets, Robes. B. K. WEAKEltf, Tllta Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. IiaUBE. 0,-0- Stanford. Ererltt. .. Voq ttntaln tui.Mt Th FI&II BRAXD SLICKED Don'tTrastoroormoneronatumorrotbercoat. (lt4ffijtd WlUl tb -t- MTC I1 absolutely wiitr ami the. Iiardaat sloriuj vMrsoor. and will, keep jou dry. In our slortJietpeadooSJ TtUDI VAKX, j Askrorlti"PISII HHANh" auciiRamttaaenootber. ho- - havd Ihn "1 tan nninn'. fond for ilcrlnllv eHlnBt T "r 11 A V LIU IV Ei II ' '""" .ir JtHf- - ?JBiiBiSgM -- l ., ,,, , ... - - Y A FLASH OF LIGHTNING. Then crack I crack I sounded two pistol flpotto tohe JESSE J, THOMPSON, door between tho room, I stepped carelessly shots in quick succession, and tho ward along and glanced over It It was locked and .ss? stnggored back Into tho hall. THE TOUISOML ARTIST. the key holo empty. There was a bolt m I jumped to tho door. Rico had closed with not Sharing and Hair Cutting don In the latest I am not a dctccil vo by professions indeed, well as tho ordinary lock, but it wasfitted tho man and hold hi pistol arm. I at once shot, and tbo part which would havo tyl. Ladle and Children glraa panloular at should not caro to bo one, I am simply a rc ho fought Hko a madman, I teatlon. tho socket was dark with rust, while the seized him also, but lCHm jorter0or ono of tho New York daily papers. into door, including tho rest of tho bolt and and it was not until after a hard strugglo that chance or because of done whole Bat, cither by sheer Then, evidently been lately painted. ho was disarmed and handcuffed. especial mental gifts, I have been enabled sev-ur- al the sockot, had my friend plucked from the n The Champion Then by a littlo judicious questioning I as- quick as head a wig and from his chin the timet) to unearth tho bottom f aetin crimifellow's certained that tho landlady always kept pos- great beard vhlch I had so admired. His nal caoa which hod sorely puzzled tho memAs the time are dull and money scarce and ta session of the key and that she had not used ber of tho dctectlvo force So that now, whenhead was bald as a billiard ball nnd bis face I hare no rent ta pty, I will giro my customer advantage of good work at very low price. I wilt ever a particularly interesting murder, rob- it for months past, and that tho painting had smooth. Rice cast a meaning look at mo and make treat reduction tor eash la precea, bery or disappearance takes placo, it seems to not boon dono a week before. So, within a I nodded. I began to understand. Meantterte Shoeing, Cnh,XS Cent a or havo bocomo a matter of courao in tho offlco week, that door bad been unbolted, by tho while tho ward detective, nursing bis wounded i'Hit All frx hnv r ttkta la exohaase for Month. Reklad ot produce that I should bo tho ono detailed to write it up. dead girl, or, nt least, by somo ono in her shoulder, hnd tidied into tho room and Rico work. room. pairing of all kind dene aeatlr ami In food style. Tho west aids affair, however, camo into my stepped back. JLATT, LOTfllSVIXLK. emoting saddle, trotting and harnew hone a N. SID It was not much of a clew to found a hands by chanco, pure and simple. My wife "Look here, doctor," ho said, "you'd better specially, Palatini from S3 to IS. Reeotttng tire theory upon still it was something, and I come quiotly now. You are wanted in wanted to go to tho theatre. It was a warm tor wsgen, JJs making new tire and putting oa M. Other work la proportion. Tbanklog ay friends rcntng in Juno, and I was not anxious to go; felt encouraged. Search as I would, how-ove- r, Cleveland. Just tako that packago out of lor lb!r kind pitroago In the rml, I tulldt the through tho room, I could discover your pillow and como along, or shall but what my wife wills usually takes place, same la the future. up, and wo went. After tho play I would havo nothing else to aid mo, until I pickedshoes and with that ho ripped open ono of tho pilirALTBH FIELDS, JH., taken tho nearest route to tho Brooklyn ferry mechanically, a pair of well worn kid lows on tho bod nnd drew out a packago covwhich stood bosido tho bureau, and shook ered with brown paper. and homo. For somo reason, but known to " herself, my wife preferred to return by tho them out over my hand. Tho prisoner's face worked, but ho didn't DB. W. B. FBNHY, To my surprise, from ono of thorn dropped utter a word. ono elevated railroad which happened to bo DENTIBT, closed my hand upon tho furthest from tho theatre, though distant a gold sleovo button. I Then Rico moved closo to him nnd held be- Kontuolcy. E. H. BUENSIDE, . Wtnmorct, it Instantly, and dropped it into a sido pocket fore his eyes tho photograph which I had growlings of thunder warned us of approaching storm, and wound no umbrella. Ilovo without attracting tho woman's notice, and seen. This Old and Woll Kuowa peaco oven better than a dry coat, so wo then, throwing the shoes down, "well," I said, "You are wanted for that, too," ho said. "I must not keep you any longer; I can write Still Maintains ltn walked across lown-antook a train on that Tho man fainted and fell flat upon the floor. High road. Wo were tho only occupants of the my report now," nnd thanking hor for tho tho bouse, passing rear car. Sho took a seat by an open win- troublo sho had taken, leftswarthy man, with AND I havo now told you all tho circumstances dow, whilo I busied myself with my note on tho front steps a small my own connection with this west sido Thlit powder never varie. A mamlol purity, h AeterKind that wascomlng of Il?f iT?P,r8tSr bushy black hair and beard, who book. affair All but tho fact that the story I strength sod wholreomene. 'More ccouomlcai daooad to no Country . Tho storm was coming on rapidly, tho up. IIo eyed mo rather sharply, but I paid wrotoof it gavo mo not a littlo glory and thsn the ordinary kinds, nd can not ba told Hotel in tho State in its Fare, nearer, nnd tho littlo heed at tho time, I was thinking of gold; and you hnvo yet to hear tho part that competitor! with the multitude of loir t"t .short thunder growing louder and or pnospbat powder. Boidoniy la weight Appointments, or Atten lightning flashes sharper and more frequent, my find, and once in tho street, I examined Rico played, a part that brought him great cans. alum HOTAI.lIlKl.fO l', Offli on lincter street, rest door to Inra tion to Comfort of I could not at onco detormino whether it prestlgo and 85,00a I can tell It you briefly, 100 Wall Street, Nw York little heed to them, until at last, it but I BioaJouMHAt. office. Office tout front S to 12 a. tbeir Guests. m. and 1 to S r. M. Anettaellc admlniitorod when as the train slowed down, whilo rounding a had belonged to a man or a woman, but it for after all, when tho denouement of a story evidently not such an ornament as would AIACC BHUCE3 ocecMarr. IUMtt.) curve, ono vivid, blinding Hash filled the car, was is reached a retrospect is a bore at least It is paling tho lamp light, and I distinctly heard havo lecn worn by a person in tho circumto mo. Tho facta ore simply these: to CoMutrclal Trartlera. TB Bar will a shrill cry, drowned, however, quickly by a stances of tho dead woman. It was a solid A man named Gcorgo Brand entered tho Buggy & Implement House. crash of thunder. My wifo grasped my arm gold horseshoo of moderate size, but very offlco of Rico's employers about a month bebrsadi gf Llaser at, Clsar. heavy, act with a handsoms diamond, a sap- fore tho woman's death and asked for tho excitedly, hr 03 os staring. I hate now "Groat heavens!" shb cried, "did you seo phire and a ruby a showy and costly thing, services of a skillful detective, HU caso was such as I had never seen before. Tho shank this: A wealthy aunt living in Cleveland, that!" was badly bent, as if it hnd been violently from whom Brant hnd great expectations, A Pull Lino of 7hoat Drills nnd "Yes, it was a sharp ono." othor Agricultural Implomants, Louisville & "No, no; I don't mean tho lightning, John. wrenched from tho cuff. died suddenly, without leavlnghlm a penny; Nashviilo R, R. How had it found its way Into that shoo! died, indeed, leaving no tangible proporty A woman in being murdered. I saw her by -- DcjIJm a hanging from a window and where was its mato now! Certainly tho whatever. All ho could learn was that sho the flash. She's -- TUK OKRiT- To asy peiaon remitting us cl(M0 to tho track and a man is pushing her case was growing interesting, but I began to had been actively engaged for months previfall Lino ot Baggies and Wagons feel tho need of help with it Now, I havo an ous to her death in converting all her wealth flf. Didn't you hear her shriek?'' TRUNK LINfc on hv I said. "You couldn't old friend who happens to bo a clever detec"Oh, nonsense Into coupon bonds. When ho rinclied Clovo-lan- d Always plement d. la connection with my ImbuilncM, I will alto carry a havo wen all that. Somo ono was f rightened tive employed by one of tho private office, tO TH1ho found hor handsome rcsidenco mort"Ve will tend tbe mid him I decided to consult I found, how-ove-r, gaged and only a few hundred dollars deby tho lightning, and screamed that's alL" Complete Stock of Lumber, that bo had been sent out of town a posited in tho local banks in her name. Semi-Woek- ly "I tell you I did eco it Sho had hold of Interior Journal ih window sill, and tho man stood in tho month or so before, and bad written that ho Brant suspected evil and wanted a dctectlvo Both rough and drrued. l'rlcct on everything at -- WITHwindow abovo hor, trying to wrench her would not return for a day or two yet There to work out tho case. Ho offered 0 per cent And lb New York World on year and a liow us miy ouc. IIo was nothing for it then but to rely upon my of tho money recovered to tbo man who would Bands from it, I say hU. face plainly. own wits for tho present, calling hi tho aid of uudertako lad a smooth face, and his head was bald it Pullman Palaoo Sleepers. HISIORT 0? US VXHfiD STATES. liollcltaihsreof your patronsge Ktiptclfully tho police, perhaps, as a lost resort perfectly bald. I wouldn't bo mistaken." Rico eagerly seized the opportunity ami r Jly wifo is accustomed to sudden flights went to Cleveland. Ho was not long In ferEzprett rtld. bound in ,. ..... J. JV. miVCK. She was considerably agitated, and would . aavo liad me get out at tho next station and upon my iart, so I merely sent a boy for my reting out the truth. A Dr. Raymond "n''"-'TjitiiltsvIHe .nirlnS. It t thtE,7,n'1 jobacktothospotjbutlt was now raining valise, with a short messago; held a brief In- had been the old lady's physician, and, with (o XitMlivllIn, terview with tho landlady of tho lodging her maid, Kiln Jones, a young girl of n'"ry in oidlnuy hard, and, feeling sure that her eyes had ," MciuphlH, iT..!-.iT-mcrr newspaper file me 400 .'year.teaio tor house, and In tho evening found myself tho SGRIBNER'S. MAGAZINE. Atlanta, W. her, I flatly refused to leavo her to the tlih to withdraw tola appearance, virtually tho only without notice, to remit at one. zoako her way home alone at such n time. occupant of tho little bedroom which I had persons with whom sho bad recently como 6 lfnlifiiiiiiAnfl Published Monthly W J. tVALTOtf, BlaniMd, Ky. Still, a poor man cannot well neglect tho visited that morning. Two days passed. A in contact Raymond Iwre the reputation of LlUta JRflfjL smallest cha s of a good item, and when I coroner's jury had sat upon tbo body of tho a gambler and a rake. Teoplo bod talked of 1 11 OrlcaiiH. Mobile unit had scon her safeo homo I hurried back to dead Miss Smith and had brought in a ver- tho intimacy that seemed to exist between Now York and to th. police station nearest dict of accidental death, and she had been him and tho maid. FIB8T NUMBER BEADY DEO. lfiTH. tho placo, where I found, somewhat to my buried by tho county. I had managed to obOnly one change to point In This was enough for Rice. Ho hail tho KENTUCKY surpriw, that somo tlmo before a young wo- tain a sight of all the lodgers In tbo house and body of Mrs. Brand disinterred, and an fcaio.iEk's MAaiztsE will bj la the wldtit learn something of their occupations and autopsy showed that she had died, not from man had indeed been carried there, unconttnea mtgailneollileratur', and each numutr scious and so terribly Injured by falling from habits, and as yet had found no good reason heart disease, as Raymond had certified, but ill he futlr Illustrated. t'ome of the mot noUhU ranm ta appar dur- 4,ilIuoGrRt Ituuto." tho window of a lodging bouse a few blocks to suspect any ono of them of knowing aught from arsenical poisoning. lot the ort year are a eoilr of Unputi away that sho had died within a few minutes. of tho affair. My next door neighbor proved Tho rest is plain. Tho girl nnd the arch KraofThickeiar of very creat autobiographical and Quickest Nothing was known of her but that sho had to bo tho dark bearded man whom I havo fiend fled to Now York, intondlng to sail to Tiiur;cx-juniiir- r of tbi t, it tvunuurua uominu-ra- n Seeking boruraon tbe line ratra. road will receive 8hoitestKontuolcy to allEouta from Oo tral It was through his room I had somo foreign country and enjoy their spoils of tbe Slrje and Commune of PatU: (Jlltnp-eaPoints North, hired a room in the house about a, week mentioned. tptclal thnDlarlcaof Uourcrneur Murili, Mlrltter Last, West and Southwest, axrtlee Agents of thl Company lor ret, route earlier, giving tho namo of Smith and paying convinced myself that the murderer, if there together. But Raymond grew tired of his 10 Franca at ttie close pf tbe lait century (string Ac, or write had been a murder, must hnvo escaped, and Fast Lin Between in advance. Her landlady had spoken of her mate. IIo lingered in Gotham long enough dMcrlptlont ot aoclal 11 f and characters at tbe C. P. ATMOnn, O. I'.AT.Aj as a quiet, ladyliko person, who kept much by upon him I kept ns closo a watch as could bo to seo if any suspicion of tho crime would time); a rollrctloa ot contemporary letter Uiultvllle, Ky w Ithout exciting his suspicions. IIo conLEX1XQTOX A CIA'OIX"VAXi Early New York and He England Soherself and received no callers; and, as her dono oriso in Cleveland, and whether it was that room door had been found locked inside, it fined himself, however, closely to bis room, ho bad heard of Rico's activity or completely ciety. There Ii ranch exrellent Action, Including a Bchodul In Effect May It. was supposed that she had lost her balance only leaving tho houso to toko his meals at a wearied of his companion and fearful of tho erlal by lUrold Frederics atorlf TUK THOnOUC'lIHKKD extending lilt. and fallen from the window while trying to littlo restaurant near by, until tha afternoon possibility of her tongue, bo finally decided thrcugh leTeral number by II. C. llunner, J. a. of Dale, and btbrn; and tbort itorlu by K. L. of tho second day, when ho went out so -Tclosa tho shutters during tho storm. I saw ToTJT CteTtnion.Jorl Chandler Uarrli. T X. JanUer, EoTr "Vo. n quietly that, had I not been at tho window to divorco himself from her society. Boora-Boustho body. It was that of a medium sized wo And ho savagely did it on that murky Stti Jewetc, Octave Thnet, II K. ISojtuti, MUt HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL seen him cross tho street, I should not Croaby. and a bot of other. IE. Hun. Datly Ex. Una. man, 24 or 23 years of age, with features of nnd night, pitilessly hurling her from tho window Rouble ipiclal paper to be published very earthe ordinary American typo. Her light havo known it S 10 Lt. Oolngton pa I followed him, kept him In sight until he just as our elevated train rushed around tho ly aare F. A. Walker'a on eocitllam; Dr William " ra!raeuih. t it am tS 10 pit 1 oo pm brown hair must have been hanging loosely niARQUIS OF ADELINE. in cornr, and tbo murderer's face stood re- If jn Ward' oa iUbj Ionian Cj Under; Mr. Jubn " Cynthlana. 10 41 a m 10 3 lpt 4 ss p a a down her back when sho met her death. In turned into the Havana steamship offlco, and vealed in that flash of lightning. Ho was C Hopes' oa the Portrait ol Ocsar; Captain Arr. l'art It Mam 10 40 pro ('Irene' oa Coatt Defence, eto , etc lifo sho might have been thought a rather later learned there that he had takon passage aeatoa now com Thl floe Dull will stand Lelngton .. H )0 p ni tt 17 pm 5 IS p m S 10 po 'cainxsR'sMAoitias will be publlihed at SI menced at my ktableontb the by the boat sailing next day, under the name never hanged. Ho went mad after his conLancaster Tike, oae attractive looking girl, despite an uncommon year, or 2J centa a copy. in an asylum. viction, and now raves mar be half mile from Stanford Court House, at 83 .the Lt. 1'arti .. II so a m 10 41 pu t and unpleasant thinness of the lip, but, ly- of Robinson. It was tho samo ono by which rent to any nswadcauror bookseller, or ta Arr, Wlncbnter -- ill pa so pa 8 01 pa teMn, wl'h the prltllreoot brotdlnf the cow unpu ing there cold and dead, tho face won not an ho was known in tho bouse, and there was luchmond... the 7 13 pa CUAItt.RH SCllIIlSKll'S HOX.H. Puii til first cow prores In calf. Money due when row " Lanc&ster .. m. i wpn The Criminal's Talt-Tal- o Face. " really nothing especially suspicious in the (erred. ... i agrceablo sight, and I gladly turned away. oi pm 713 and 7t, hroadway Nw York. " BtaiiloM Dctectlvo Still has very bluo eyes, a small, Litiiicu, tuupa Martult of Adeline' tire, Herbert, his lire ImThere was nothing about her to show tier fact that a man of whoso business I know ported Apollo and Dam Imported ckuthrru Ueau- - Lt. Klcbmond... identity, tho loose wrapper which sho wore nothing contemplated a trip to Cuba, still I delicate noso, a hand soft as velvet and a . 1 oo p ra ir- Arr. Eere. form that is slender but wiry. His general I. Marquli of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, bet lire having no pockote, whilo her underclothing didn't Hko it. " LlTlngston.. . J"Pa-. Uncle Tom dam I called again at the detective ofllee, and appearance is more that of a dapper clerk was unmarked and sho wore only ono plain 1831 THE 1887 Imported further particular aImported LadyteeFish11.-er. For to pedigree gold ring on her right hand; so, as I could this time, fortunately, found my friend. I than a keen detective, though bo has hunted II. H. Ho. S Ko.lt No. 1 gain no further Information from tho police wished to waste no time, nnd plunged at onco men for the last ten years. His voity is CelebratThl I Tery fine young Bull from and his manners those of a polished ed family ol milker Including the row Echo, tbe and tho lodging houso was tightly closed for into my story. Lie. Llrlngtton greatest of htr day; her owner having raluwd 0 8 00 a m Ho was a very cool hand, this Frank Rico. gentleman of leisure. Hohasaboma of his tho night, I simply wrote out a few lines defor ber. " uerea ...., 10 M mm Thebettoltbe scribing tho occurrence as an accident, took I had seldom, if over, seen him show emotion own, a pleasant wife, bright children, and, IIoltteln-Frelsla- n 11 The cattle bare taken tha Arr. Richmond m a tbe beat far the a them to the offlco and then went to a neigh- or oven surprise. Nor did ho say much now. abovo them all, an untarnished name. This AGHICULTURAL Mowland . WEEKLIES. lead Shorthorn produceafamily, andOne cross with Lte, Lancaster..... 7?0 ami.... a Terr tbe animal. I But at sight of tho jjojd horseshoe, which I latter, ho says, detectives ought to valuo boring hotel to sleep. " S II amL. The Country Uentlemtn I the Ladlog Jour- will bay all the intl caleea befottea by thl Arr. JUchmond,... ii vo am m.. There wa3 evidently something In my wifo's handed to him as I finished my tale, ho more than they do, and he insists that tho old takes a thief to catch a thief," is nal oi American Agriculture. la amount and Bull atgovl rlce del rerei at weaning time. Lt. Richmond .... , 1 10 story, after all, and I determined to look into flushed slowly to tbo roots of his hair, and motto, "It 8 0 practical raluecf extent ir. . 3ttt,r,KR, Arr. Winchester,,- -. 3 10 pai 7 00 ami... f also In principle and pernicious hi doctrine. of correspondence, content. In of paperand ability pm it furthor whilo saying nothing to tho polico his eyes opened wide. 180'tl StanPml, Ky. Arr la quality and style SJOpra ttOimm. When in his homo circle Still is an easy of publication, ltoccupie he Did rank. It be. "This man, whom your wife thought sho until I hail some definite clew to work upon. ... 43 Lt. Lexington .. I SO p ml 7 33 a ml t 4Spm In tho morning, therefore, I took my way to saw in tho window," he 6aid, after a pause, conversationist. Taking down a photo al- llored to haTe no superior In either of the three Lre Parla or p ml 8 30 a ml S 40 pm J "ho was smooth faced and bald, you Buy I bum from the mantel tho other evening he chief illrlslons 18S7. tho lodging house. " Cynthlan.. IUibi 4 IS pm Hum nnd the woman wait, look at this," remarked: "Olvo me a man's face, and I'll Farm Crops and Processes, " Falmouth .. 4 47 p m'to 01a m i 17 pm Tho landlady was a respoctablo Irish woman Air. OoTlcgton --... 8 00 p m II 0a mi 8 43 pm who readily answered my questions without, and ho took a photograph from his pocket tell you what ho Is. Watch people's faces, young man, with closo, decerning sight, and howovcr, telling me much more than I already and held it out to me. Horticulture & FruitGrowing, "Why, It Is shol How on earth P for it in ten years you will havo the key of how to know, and willingly offered to show me tho 3ATfTILI.r. BRANCK. TliXiTJ was in truth a very good likeness of tho girl read tho human mlud. Then you can conLive Stock and Dairying, girl's room. front your dearest friends, know his passions pre"But it's nothing ye'll find," sho said, as she whom I had seen lying dead in tho While It alio include all minor and sorrows, his temptations and weaknesses, ral Interest, such a tbe Poultrydcntrtiuent of ru"KoST W tho way up stairs. "It's oil jiut as sho cinct station houso two nights before. Harper' Tarjr combine the choicest literature raid, Dally uaiir "My dear John," said my friend slowly, "I his strength nnd oven his bodily ailments. It left It, poor thing; but there's never a letter Urenbrureaad Orapery, Ve ter- and tbs finest art Illustration wld the latet Cx. fluo, nx. Hun. nary ItrDlle. Farm UUMtlons and r as much as a scrap of writing to tell where think yqu havo dono It this time. I fancy you 13 tho face and its component parts that lay side Heading, Dumcttio Economy Answer. Fire. hiblona and tbainott uielul family retJIn?. Ita Lt CoTingtoo... and a summary itorle, poem and by will havo something to scribble about before bare the secrets of the heart. Eyes, lips, noo of 3 00 pm ho camo from or where her friends livo." sj are the brJt writer " Lexington the new of tr.e week. 7 23 m 4 38 p in uniurpaxel. 11 It was a hnll bedroom, on tho third floor, many hours. Now tell ine where I can seo trils, checks, hair, teeth, complexion, facial unusuilly complete, and lis market MrporUare and It hutnor:ui tket-h- i deeoHtlre art, tnutsi " I'arl. paid piport.ntocUl etliuel'e, much attention S IS a in 3 30 pm plainly funiUhed in the usual way, with a your dark comploxloned, bushy whiskered, mcpre&sions all havo their meaning. Learn to tbe prospect of tbo crops, throwing light up- keening In all It branch?, cookery, etc., make It Arr dlllerburg 5 41 p m ' Carlisle..... ot t, in 6 04 p m bed, wosbstand, bureau, email tablo and n black haired friend; I may not know him, to read them and you are an Interpreter of on cnaof tIieiiinatliuiorunt questions When 10 lndlsptuublo in erery household. Ju beautiful " Johnson buy and when to sell. It liberally Illustrated fashion plates and paitrrn-abe0 36 p ra lupploments ensingle chair. Tho bureau stood between tho but I should Hko to gazo upon him." And humanity." Pioneer Tres. " MaytTllle.. ud I Inlendrd to supply In a continually increa1(1 M able la. It to tare uahy tliiir the cost ot euhtcrlp-tlo- n I in 7 40 pm window and tho sido wall of the house. At ho calmly pocketed tho sleovo button. sing degree aud In the boit siuie of tbe term, a by being their own drmtmakert Not n line tVanton Deer Slaughtering. I rTo6T pKoToT tho corner nearest tho street was a doorway It was drawing ucarts tho hour at which admitted to lu column tlint could sLock the aOUTlMiOriHD Dally Dally A gentleman who Las just returned from a 1st vi', Agricultural Newspaper, mots fulldlou taiio. into (bet next room. Tho door was closed. Mr. Robinson dined. I took Rice to tho littlo Kr run. Kx. fcluu There was not the faintest sign of anything restaurant near my lodgings, when after n hunting excursion to southern Oiegon says Lr Mysrlllo-- " .lllboufti tho rsK YEAS. tho business of killing deer for their shins is greatly ctihfutd, Country Ocatlrmaa hi lata Sko n struggb. The water pitcher upon tho few words with tho proprietor wo wero alIM1 ml 12 85 pm Urn Urius a twlow Harper' Wcckly.M Joniuon..... .. 6 S7 a UI I .19 n in 00 irasbstand was filled to tho brim. Upon tho lowed to tako our stand in tho kitchen, near a ctlll carried on tbero as cztcrulrcly ns over. whn paid strict y in ajTiuct.coutlt.m " Carll.le 7 23 a ml 2 S3 p rn Harper' XtsgmlnejJL. ..- -. 4 00 Onctopy on yer, Si S ; lour copies 510, and an Tho settlers in that section aro bccomlugdis-guitc- d " Mlllerbur tahln stood an ink bottlo and beside it lay, in window in tho partition which commanded 7 43 ui 2 60pm onlt or.nl for . 4 00 Arr Karl' .. with tho business, but cannot do much the club, copy cop tan year iw to too tender ot Harpei'a UitrlSL 8 10 a ml S 15 ii ui order, somo paper nnd envelopes nnd a poo. a low of tho dining room. " Lexington. . 'Jen tiSiO.knd additional copy one Harper' Young l'ople ... 0 PSa m 0 to pm ..... 3 00 As I expected, Mr. Robinson came. In a to prevent it, Somo aro afraid of having ) car lite to tbe tender uf the club The few toilet articles on washstand and " . II B0 a m it 00 pm wr.lllliewubcrlbe( for JSS7. laying la ! Harper' FrJnklta Square Library one year, bureau were also neatly arranged, excepting few minutes Ilieo laid his hand upon my meir camo snot ir tuoy mate complaint, and (52 nninben) . ................... 10 00 "we or tbe remittance, January 1. w Inch lay apart nnd nskonr shoulder, and wo left by tbo back door. "Now others bay: "Wo havo dono tho samo thing receiptnow. will recti re tbe paper weekly irom tbe a comb nnd brush, ISj7, to Nora. Tralus S acd t aro dully between icln. before tho gla?s, among somo scattered hair- tako mo to your house," ho said quickly, "ho ourselves, and bavo no right to complain of cuttnarga. PiKcluientorUa IrM. Address with Hsrpci'a Hando AnlyUerlcs, oao you (J2 Nvmbcrt others." In ovcry direction in Coos, Curry pins, and which, with tliu position of tho chair is safo enough at present." LUrilEU '1UCKE1 a cum, rubitsbe a. is 00 """f.ijr conn, ctlont - made at r..i Albtny, New York. ' before tbo bureau, hug&ested tho Idea of n "Atts you satisfied I" I asked, "Is ho tho man and Jackson counties tho campi of tboao skin I'ont r go fie to a'J tubicrlbcra In tbo United Pancake A Ohio for lt. Btrrlng, ".bland woman interrupted whilo brushing her hair, you wanted J And who is be, anywayl" j hunters aro fouud, and around them nro tho and Canada. untfngion, CtarHston, W. Va., and Kattorri clU and turning, lwrhaps, to talk to some one Ilut Rico merely smiled, nnd would toll mo I carcasses of doer rotting on tho ground. Two -hunters will start out with a pack horse, each wko had entered. On tho foot of tho bed, nothing. E'.'L blnw Not, S and 4 ruu Tla Wlncheater Tho Volume ol the the Itsur bigln with tbo "Bo patient," ho said, calmly, "I've no tlmo loaded with provisions for two weeks, nnd nt too, closo by tho chair, it was plain that n flrtt Nuinbir for Januiry of each year. When no r?ny n.Vi1"' .' P.U,BUD Blwidag ar. betwwE Vmentioned, mbicrlpllon will btiiln wUh .Wa;b!n;?odr,KDe.hc;0DJ tin. person hnd sat Otherwise that bad not been to wnsto now," and strolled rapidly along. - aUd W'UCb"l tuo cnu or mat tlmo return with their horses thsNumbercurrenrt at time of receipt of order. ... i Onco in my room, ho locked tho door and laden with 100 to 150 deer skins. For these Tlirnnuh tlfl. disturbed. Hound Volume of Harper's Uaitr, for thee, year by' ISESS. C"C"M I0 "n' On jiegs behind tho door hung a hat? nnd threw tho window open. back In neat cloth binding, will be sent by null, .leitlaatlon muvuk uv ivuui tutu, uno oi mo t postpaid, or by express, freo ol expense (proTlded com0pany,or'""(,"r"' e'", n "T B'ul of ,b two neat, dark gowns. Tho tioekets were "Now watch here," ho said, "nnd when you worst features of this business is that as tho tbn freight does not exceed one dollar por rolume), skins aro thinner and better ndapted for fluo empty. Tho hurcuu was fairly filled with see our man coming, warn me nt onco." B. f. U. MORSE, tl. A.VKVI.VV lor $7.00 per volume. . ucn.i-aMAgent, plain underclothing, nnd In the upper drawer With that ho proceeded in tho most matter buckskin In tho summer tlmo than after tho Cloth Oasei for each Tolume, sul'able for bind-loiTrar. Iau. AMnt. yiviiiirrsn it m .r will be scot by mall. matoiIJ. on v Inter coat of liair has como out and thobido was 11 box containing a few sober colored of fact way to pick tho lock of tho door openH K. HUNTiNdTON' rcelre; Lcxlugiou, KSl.OOeach. ribbons and neckties, two or threo littlo cheap ing Into thg next room, took off his shoes and thickened, hundreds of does aro shot beforo (Jeceral tilUoc, CoTjugton, Ky. Iteinlttancehocldl!omadeliy Poitofllcs Montbeir fawns aro sufllciently grown to tako trinkets nnd a purso with a small sum of slipped uoiselesly in. ey or Draft, toarold chance of loss. Nowrpaper are not to copy this adrortlaemnt Honey. But nowhere in tha room could I It was still daylight, and I stuck closely to caro of themselves. Thcro should bo sonio-thin- g without tho express order ot Harper A Krotbera dono nt tho next legislature to put a 3nd 11 cr.nl, or note, or ad hess. Plainly tho my port nt tho window. A quarter ot an Address HAllI'EttA. illtOl'llKlU. New York soman bad taken great pains to conceal her hour, twenty minutes, went by. Then my j stop to thU slaughtering of doer. Somo circc- alerttity or some oneolse had done so for neighbor's fnmillar form turned tbo corner. j tivo law should bo pasted forbidding it, mid acr. At almost tho eamo moment Rico rejoined a commissioner or other olllclal appointed to "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Whilo I was noting these particulars my mo and rclockod tho door. iook aiwr tuo matter, kct ovcry member of Tlio Orltrlnnl nuil Only Clemtlno. tho legislature mako a uoto of this. Portland Smdlady chattered unceasingly. I learned "Is be hi sight i" ho whispered. , trTANJ-OBDOregonian. that sho bad spent tho whole of tho preceding "Yes, coming in." KY. 4 Uk ac KY. I.i.p.1 M u, ft. iwilmlirt In l.ii.r (.Uier.cr lot lew . t.j rtlun ironing, up to tho tlmo of tho accident, in IIo patted my back cheerfully nnd grinuod. AME PAPER, fbfehrater ffi. ' - - Proprietor , "Union Jack" Statlonuiy. W. P. WALTON, Sho parlor, In a position to command a vow "It's nil right," ho whispered again; "but UtTtBMitilUvafHiMrcl'iilUd.,!. ... Tho latest Loudon novelty in tho way of nVa.a',."r1,'fi'f rrr vthrrv. Art ft H J,P,c tho staircase, and that uo stranger could keep quiet nnd givo mo your latchkey," and 4 W. WALTON. luvn gom up it without her knowledge; also nobooncr bad Robinson ontercd his room stationery U " Union Jack " paper. Thit lias SUo of Bttge, 30x30. Eight complete et ot ccea For le by Dr. M L. BOUKNE, 8lnford. a colored Union Jack in tho corner, tho ery. Boutlng rapacity, Including gallery, W)j Jti.it tho room next to tho ono iii which wo than my friend was gono. When bo reapnational ilag, in very fnint tones, forming n Is published erery Tuct-IaMlewouablo rate to good attraction. atood was occupied by n quiet, middle oged peared later it was in company with a hcav- and Friday at tbe ors oi water mark that covers tho cntinj sur- low price of jMitloman who had boon there but a few llv I ill fie. turn, ttrlmm T w.nnrol'.n.l - .... ..e b tityu, nnd who was so sound a sleeper that ho tho ward detectives, aud, with n nod to mo, f?00,0' ,tho ?hf nn,tl1tl10, envelope; but tho -- I!ff7"""'Vee0B,md to subdued to mar tho dlrtlnct- - 'I' WO I)OI,L,AISN lJEJt YE Alt. 8U?d'nR Jod htnl none of tho confusion, nnd had not ho at onco knocked nt tho next door. Tho known ia us fci Ovnouliai an.J GUtt. Snow if of tho occldont until.sho'told hlui that key iiirueu unu it was openou cautiously a uu ui iu Hrimig. me envelopes to mntcu VaaulM4 hi , Wehtjesoll cotll.l.i. r I M 1 aro oblong, tbo sheets being wider than long. rjaN-aiiU.tiKilacniy cut it ui'iDtuf. ns bo went out to breakfast. fow inches, when both men suddenly throw 1 aW Tha Argonaut too, no one had since themselves against it and pusUed into tho wt ttijtf tit BTAhfOKD, KY. j o lrr Alcutt Jb I.I.I., . x Ci tuill l.i Cttalctlft;. r.Jt u polico officer, room. OQce-Oo- uth d Main Htrt, tw .'n. lUJwn. If, Y. It Is a slugular fact, but it Is nevertheless ". "Good evening, Dr. Raymond," I hoard -- OP ALL CLAUB .?! '!v ' . ..:!..! whom she had r.v oiyoii uouw. Ulut lay. ''Sorry mtut troublo you tn coma tru", that all ijolltlclaus havo wlut they call . Sold by Dni(f Iitt. campaign hats. Koatlyand Ohonply ExootUod, Pure Nitron Uti (it omt'ln-tjulred. o. on. unletting with tit." I'rk 1.00. mt' "c.i asr fl, IBS Horse Shoerl to-w-tti . Mi i ft r I" MYERS HOTEL, STAJfrOKp. KT. Hotel POWDER Absolutely Pure. Propr Reputation, d L. & N. - f TUttOUGII A Big Offer MME BOXiXiAlfiM iik a SOUTH & WEST 112-tr- .. wi rn li. vst nioN.v. Scr Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS GEflHL i. I l. at M illpu CUI-TiyATO- R sn....J ....... NokTH-Booa- o. per-suasl- Country Ocntleinan, 113,-00- ui 1 l'rli.... in,.. 'I'pn HARPER'S BAZAR. si-r.a.'X'-e-- .rV fei NOttTH-UoCH- 1 1 -- st Itltu Il9in i M -- the sem(.vi;ekly 1 "j b"-- Q . r, PENNYROYAL PILLS f'ra 'Si ' Interior Journal OPERA HOUSE P. i Pro'r. a- Do-.ii- ijr Ao-10- . I'C'-o'ja- 1 iri JOB aunoBON WODFS.OESL E3 lInti l i i". -