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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886121401 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. ? & Wum DEATHS. 2SLW Vfii titeftitf JumfnIw 1886, VOL. XIV. S -- AT STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER H, ionnw I fiELIQIOUS. A revival In the Madison Avenue B ip. tUt church, at Cjvlogton, has resulted in 45 additions. Rjv. Percy G Eiora will precn Ht I NO. 185. I a Aft HARD -- ritbHahcd Tiirarfnwariml Friday m the Union church at Rwland next Suniity afternoon at 2 o'clock. Everybody invited and specially requested to be presant. Archbishop Elder has issued an order forbidding GVhoIIci to sing in the choir P. WALTON. W. of Protestant churches. Those disobeying the order will not bs considered as. mem The Rise and Fall of a Young Man Told in ber of the Oilholio C.iurch. Two Chapters. Dr. Woodrow, evolu'lonint, has been ro'lred from thn Purkins profaHJruhip of Willi.m Henry hai derided to so to the city. nttural science! iu the Praibyterltn Simi-aarWilliam lit 01 had been reared ou n at Columbia, H. C and Riv. J, L. Gifarm and knew how to find ecn without a rardeau, 1). D , of that city, wb elected to succeed him. tarch wnrMnt, nnd liow to drive a hoi; The Luthenn church year-hooover a bridge, and yet he wain't aliGeJ rle Hjoce morning he iiltded up tils lotae and ia the Ualled 8:atc and Omada fS he (aid unto hit father: synod, 3,090 minlstorr; 7,673 congregations, "Stern plront, I hare ioild at thl. old 935,830 communicant. Of theae the South tatoche until ujr tout revolts and my eye haa 130 ministers, .150 congregations, 29,-0- 32 teeth aro on edgo I hive watched communicants tender cue the took marked rquaih that Chaplain M'.Ctba claims that the Methodists In this country ''gave during (rew In the ehadjw of the barn. I hate rerstitd the buff hea wl.un nijr whole hratt the year for tho work of God" S19.011.337 , She Cot a ratent. yearned f jr eculpturn and fjr art; I have Ojca when Grant was President there including $7,292407 for the support of pai mule oat of the for htuled tho tors, elders and hiihopr; $4,131,831 came to the While Hoiun a letter addressbuilding churchw and parsonage?; $1,090,-00- 0 creek at (ha ellent midnight nttt when ray ed to the President in person It was for tnieionr; $3,600,000 for current will cried out for poetry nd onR I have from n woman in Km., who said eho had f 19,700 churched. watched tbe polka dot hogi is ther fed on read in the papers that Mr. Grant before he the utido, nnd 4. they mingle with the went into the array wj poor, and though Hominj Pigoons. tid eyed owe wheo uiy beinjf longed for he won fame and wan President, eho did It was the Franco-Prusjia- n war of 1870 the solace of art. I hae Mora niy young not doubt that he was poor yet. Sbe had that first brought to universal ntleition the life -chopping hole In elei logs when a scheme to mike him rich. 8hs had in- value of carrier or homing pigeons asrouri I sighed in mjr neart for the heelliitc balm vented ft corn ehelUr -- a nuchir.e that not err. When Paris wa believed mid nil inof literature, so if jou will fork oat a ureal onl; shellnd the ccrn and separated it from tercourse with the outer world cut c fl, pig. arse fifty dollar bill with Ken letters on the cob, bjt by tho reverse of a wheel at eens were rent out of the city in balloons It, I will away and seek fame and fortune." will it wou'd grind corn end cob together when the wind was favorable to take them II and so furnish a Oae food for stock, The' into tbe outlying counlrr. Here they were WillUm Henry had returned from thr lady enclosed some roughly drswn pitas captured and brought to a post where they rllr. if lis pantaloon wire Led up by means of and aikoJend Mr. Grtnt would mt get her were loaded with dinpatcbe and allowed to accept a half interest In the 'eturr. As there was no other way posi. a tarred lope and tho straw bat be wore a patent lie would hare invention to compensate him for his trouble. blolo have meisiges delivered ioto Pris, needed weather rtripi girded up hi. loin, but he had nothing to But she addeJ "Mr. Grant I tnut ask you the tigeon service was to aetate of gird them wilb, sj be aimplr wont to hi Dot to eay anything about this to my hus- perfection witblu a month that it might band, for he Is very jjalius and it might have taken a century under other circumfather aud raid: ' Jteptctod fattier, if you ill permit me get us inlb into trouble." Mr Grant did stances. Sixty-fou- r balloon heariog 303 I will rcsuut vaj old vocation of herdfnjr not '.ay anything" to tho hutbind, but he birds were rent out of Paris. Filly-sevethe hea on (he wind swept lea, and 1dr a did good naturedly sund the letter and ha of thee birds returned to Paris bearing sweet lullaby to the bull Ojchin hos a. enclosure, over ti the pitent cfTre to see If 169,000 official dirpituhea and over 1,000,-00- 0 private niMstge. The reduction of they .lumber in the branches of the lordly the innocent woman might not in some way bi benefited. It turned out that tbn such a great ma About a year ago burglars broke into of matter to packets sycamore. "I thought I had talent for art but a cru Idea of a corn shelter wai original, and, light enough to be transported by plgeous Ihe Dinville postoffiee and looted it. An el experience has taught uu tht. I can not with eome modifications and after further was done by photography. Tbo important inspector was sent down and reported that orreipondeooe through tbe patent office whitewash a fence and do it well. piper of Europe, for instance, were spread the postmaMer had not been negligent in hubind, who did out on a wall coyerlog a space ten feet any wr. Mr. J R. Marra bottled the bill layrelf a frtat ac this lime with the "Itmy dreims I saw pot prove -i patent was sq jare, these were photographed to occupy promptly from Mi own pocket and this tar, bringing tears to every ey with Ham- granted to be a bit jsalou space on a delicate collodion film the firs morning Gov. McCreary had the rules suslet's lolllcquy, but when I appiared in a Tbe Nw Yort H'orW, after iiiterriewiog of a poslago stamp, A dczen of these films pended and had a biil paceed reimbursing a thro'Cnt loan as 'Uncle Tom' I wan of wetc inclosed in a quill and attached to a him to the amount of $120. The first bill eggs bailnrat men in diflerent department presented witk so many second-hantrade, umi up in this enciuragtng way: feather iu the tail of the bird. Oo reach-lo- g of tbe cation for Kentucky. -- Louisville clings to me s'.lll. that the perfume its destination the film were taken Time. "Father, hand me the hoe and spadi; let "The long period of depression in business A movement is afoot to celebrate the megoottton the undulating prairie and now seems to be giving nxj to one of pros from the quill, and through the aid of a rattlesnakes, and perity. Merchants and general tradesmen magic lantern their contents were thrown centennial anniversary of the adoption of i and kill dig the Constitution of the United States, which perhaps in a thousand years I may forget ajtree that the proipecu of winter trade are on a large screen and hastily copied ofl and very bright. There is no boom, but a steady printed in the Parisian nswrpapers, while occurs the 17th of Dext September. The the great aeyen by cine hole through my healthy growth. Erery one sees indica- private messages were deliyered to the per great national commemoration of our first St. Liuls Whip. heart. century of existence as a nation under the tions of better timet. It is the universal eons to whom tbeu were directed. How the Opmm Habit of Lonq Standing Was opiniou io commercial and financial circles present form of government will come on The Ideal and the Heal. Cured Easily andEffectirel, the 30th of April, 1889, the 100th annWer-etrthat not only is the present condition of Direct Style -"- Ruth," eald I, stepping up Tnera cm be little doubt that much of- - business better than it has been for a nun of the inauguration of George Wash the dieirew reiultlnj from abstinence from ber of years past, but the future i of great- close to her, "do you like to be with me as ington as the first President. you have been?'' Mrs. George 8amon, of Charlotte, an accustomed limulant, whatever it be, is er promise than for a long time," due to imagination, and in some cases vicWhen she answered me ebo raised her Michigan, after annoying litigation, securA new rotary web machine is now )eing tims of the habit hate cured themselves by eyes to me with a look in tbem of a deep ed a divorce from her husband on tbe construced in Bavaria. Iu U said to be the exertion simply of n strong determina blue sky, reen through a fori of Indian ground of Tuesday Mr. lion to lake no more In a large nuaibjr able to print 40,000 full sheats per hour, summer mist, and gazing thus she said: received notice that an aunt had died recently in France, hn'lng him $30,000. ol case, however, tho tudulgeoce has pro- folded or unfolded, and cut or uncut, and "Ol course I like It " Now Mrs. Semen I mad enough to marry duced a complete paralysis of will power, it will also fold single aheaU, or collect aev 'Tben let us make it suitable," I eafd, eral and fold them together in quire at taking both hands in mine. him again and then some method of jiidicious mediSix men were manultd by the explo cal treatment is necenuary, although even one operation. It also print folio, quarto There waa another look, in which the slon of a boiler in a planing mill at Boa-to- u does not always follow. An and os'avo aheits, and carries them forward skies shoone clear and bright, and then, in then auccs account of an Ingenious mode of effecting automatically counted into puceis ot 12 a moment, it was all done. (The ctsting Bucklen's Arnica Salve the cure of a long indulged opium habit is The first of theee mashine i to ba exhibit-e- l away of Mm. Lcks and Alcshine. The beat 8alVe In the world tar Cuts. Urulic. in a provincial exhibition at Wurzburg, Medical II Wd by Dr K 11 given iu the Speechless Style and then our eyes met Sores, Bill Ilheutu, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Dillon. The patier.t waa first allowed for and will print various loial ppen at en- again. I Know not what mine exprt-secd- i Hands, Ckllblalns, Corn, and alieklu Eruptions, tirely diflerent n'aes. of & week to take her usual quantity but In hers was ahiuicg a certain tendrr de and positively .urea Pile., or no pay req ulred. I, guaranteed to giro perfect Mtiifactlon, or money 'bo form of a mixture ontalniog If the Rev Dr. Dabney, who whh on fiance a awtet audacity. She put her hand 23 cent, per box. For ealo by of mix vomica and one Jackon' staff and i his biographer, can through my arm, m if she would not look refundod. 1'rlco a1o fifd drop Ponay A McAlUter. quir.er kmIm of qtiinluo In each doro, and ba relied upon, Jackson took epecial at mo longer, ohe lned her forehead What Can Be Done olored with tincture of lavender. Tnen pains not only to avoid (ending letter, hut agilDst my eleuve and laughed. JJohn By trying again and keepln; up ? courago many of morphine even to ic:eivo theui on Sunday. He Jerome. for twenty we.la Hie Hmount thing, seemingly impossible may ba attained. euventh day by -- He lilted ner lovely Hundreds of bopeldss cases ol Kidney und Eothiwiaitlc Style would not hreltate, however to kill n fow wis JtMini'd over Liver hiii), nt the Mime time, tbe tino thousind yankeca wlieu lie could catch fncA in his hand and kieoed it aaln kiea-e- Complaint have been cured by Elcctrlo Bitters, after everything else had toon tried In vain. 8o the rosy cheeks, and white drooped cy lure lnrrencd by one drop and the quinine them nspplng on Sunday It is a fact that don't think there Is no euro for you, but try Eleceach change, un'll so many of his bittles were fought on Sunb ono nu trier grain at lids, and red emiling mouth, and vowed tric Blttors. There It no medlolne so safe, so puro the morphine wa left entirely out. In the day and tinder such circumstances, that he with every kin that she was tho most ndor and to perfect a Blood Purlner. Electric Bitter meantime, hunuyer, the quinine wai not seoms almoat to have reasoned that the day able of women. -- A Bow of Orange Rib will euro Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Dlseasos of the Kidneys. Inraluable In affections ofStomach nugaonicd nfter the ninth week, hut ten specially eanctilied the deed Lexington bon Sensible Form 'Do you love me, Mary?" end Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. of vitriol added to each Transcript drops of tlixir Large tsottloa only 60 cents a bottla at Teunr A, Yes. McAllitir. dose taken afterwards. The diminution of Col I. 'Shelby Irvine wiy his goose Not yet Much obliged." "Thanks. the morphine wasminiil'and gradual, aud bono iudlcate a hard winter. He is tho Excitement in Texas. Boston Rscord. In novels. the late being the eatno, tho patient was fiippt reader of tho goose bona in Kentucky tried Ureal excitement has been cauicd In the vicini unable to detect any chan.'n whatever dur A brakemau in the employ of tbe Dela ty of Paris, Toxas, by the remarkable recovery of ml ib- - goose bono is uIivsyH correct in it Mr. J. .. Corley, who was so helpless ho could not ing the four month' treattaent. Ae eoon prognLMiicMiii)' h. Io support of tbe g.-- b, ware it uuusoa uanat uompjny is a very turn In bed, or raise his headj Dr. Dalton became iitlefiel that the habit ooinea the hornet' nest. It was built, the ohllglug person and thoughtful withal. An was dying of Consumption. A everybody said ho trial bottle otbr. waa entirely in the mind, he announced psst summer, low on the tree, nearly excursion party, which included many King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding re that he had njt taken a pmrllclo of tnor touching tbe ground, which the old young men and women, recently made a lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr Klng'aHew Life Pills, and pHlne f jr two week. Ae eoon as abe un weather prophot toll us menus a cold wittrip from Albtny to St. George, and. re the taken two boxes of Pills andby tho tlmo ho had two boxes ot tbe and she derstood this the pU was hrjken, he was welt and had gained In Dean ter. Then comes the corn uhuck, thick train would noar a tunnel, f which there morphine, her health had and Heavy, another indication of n bard ore many on the line, he called out in a pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great DIscot. wanled no mora stentorian tone: 'Gents, choose your part- cry for Consumption free at Ptnny A McAliitera become very much improved, and her gratl Richmond Register. winter. ner for the tunnel." Green's Golden Bslm, sure cure for Catarrh at tude seemed unbounded. Dr. Dalton thlnka Two years ago James Gleason, of New 60c, at McKobcrts fc Sugg's. that If recourse to etlmulante be prevented TA succession of direful shrieks is heard How Is your during the curing of the opium habit, ony Haven, started for Ireland to get a large on the first floor. Fond mother "What is Kor sale by Mc Moodr A Uo Greon'a 8uparllla Roberts Htagg at $1. sum of money to whioh he had heard that physician may succeed with this plan. Use Orccn Cough Balsam for cougba and coldj. he had fallen heir. He was shipwrecked, the matter with Billy?" Colored servant Druggist. Price 60c, For sale by McKoberU A Btagg, f British asd Colonial escaped, failed to get the money, came back "Pleae mam, he is crying for anuder plate Green' Electric Oil cures all ach and pains. of Labor in the There are 22 Knights and recently died in New Haven. A few ob preserves." "He can't haye any more. For aale by McBoberts A Stagg at 60c. just elected. Toey daya after his death the money came He ha had four already." "btoi U de .Connecticut Legislature States berry ones he is whooplb' about. He' all .may control the el.ction of n United English milliners are said to have dis awolled up them have Senator. While the most of When Baby waa alck, wo Bave her Castorla, will not vote for tbe ooverod a way of making bonnets of tissue been republicans they Rocoe Conkling, describing a witneea When aho waa a Child," she cried for piper so that tho bonnet itself will not cost on of Senator Castorla, the other side of the case: "Gentlemen, over ten cents, tbe remaining $20 goin.-- fir When she became Miss, she clunj to Castorla, I think I can oee that witness now bis When Riohardbon, governor of trimmings, as until. . Jobr. I'eter she haU Children, she gave them Caatori. mouth stretching across tbe wide deeola-lioCarolina, i tho fifth memher of hi. 8outh Minneapolis proposes to build a of hia ftce, a fountain of falsehood and family who has been elected io that o hotel. a sepulchre of rum." understood If w. credit (hat 11.00 will be nected .nil demanded. y 83 PEUA.NNUM, CA.HH. j Mr. Ransom Caron died at his home at Grab Orchard, Saturday morning of paraly sir, aged over three score year and ten. He was born In Rockcastle county, but was a resident of this county for the moat of half a century. tTU first wife was a sister of Mr. Monroe Curtis, by whom four call dren survive him. His last wife was a sis. ler of Joshua M. Drown and she with threa children are left to mourn his Iom. During his long life Mr. Cuson held a number of offices, being three time elected County Clerk and aeveril timer a justice of (he pi ace, end nt one time he was almost invincible with the people of L'ncolo, He was a member of tho Presbyterian church for nearly CO yews, many of which he eerved it as either detcon or elder. Ha win a good man nnd In the daya of hi prosperity no one. ever called on him in vain for help In the abeeuce of Mr. Moffitt, Elder John Kill Obon pre iched the funeral sermon at the Preibyterian nhttroh here Sunday at 11 after which his remiina were hid by his other lovrd ones who had gone bifore, in IJu (Tilo cemetery. COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ro-po- es 1 j n Lancattnr Miss Juliet Gill nt to Cincinnati Tnurdy to hoar Ptttl ning. Otr eiteemed frmid, "Jeemi Crow" Dillinn, received a neo'ion la.t week and la as happy a Jiirn-bue- . W. II. Harris iar'ed n Mt Sterling 8aturdiy, but wa taken ill at Winchester and foicad to return home. A good siztd delegation of Mr Rimes' friends and admirer went to Stanford on the K. C. ercurcion Sunday. B. L. Vanhmk, aed 70, and Mre. Ma-r- y O vens, aged 40, wore murieJ at the clerk' office Thursday, E'd G. W. Yancey officiating. The candy.pulllna at tbe Hall Fiiday evening was quite well attended by the young people and yielded a handsome little sum of money. Rsv. 8. W. Peeplei' meeting at the Hetrlng ncliool houe continues and Is t. good deal of attention. The converts already numb;r over 100 The party of five hunters who went to Pulaski Thursday on n hunting expedition returned Sonday morning, after having captured 203 quail and five pheasants. -- Mr. Lawla V Phillip, Sr , died 8atur-damorning r.t the residence of Mr. Nath-n- n Thompson, in this p'aco, aged 81 years. His remiini were Interrel In the Ltncaster cemetery Sunday afternoon after funeral aermon,by Rsv. Yancey at the Caritian church Miss Lillfe Noe', who left last Monday to at'end the rosrriago of her cousin, Mies Vtrgie Taylor, at Bear WaIIow, Ky , eur prised hpr many friends here by getting married on the following Thursday to Mr. U Ji bUis, of the Commercial Hotel, Lou ieville. The ceremony was performed bv tho Rev. Lovelaco, at the residence of Mrs King, 308 Walnnt itreet Mr. Ellis i a brother of Mr?. R O Farm, of this place, nnd is a niOBt exemplary young man. Miss Lillie Is a member of the millinery firm of Noel Sisters here, and In addition to being a first rate basine lady, is popular and accomplished, and lias a largo number of friends. Mr. and Mm. Ells arrived home Sunday morning aud were ijiven an elegant reception at tho home of the bride. w-y Town liot For Sale FOR RENT. AanpresenUtlveof Mr. W.tl. Andorson. for sale privately his neat brick horns snd Iofler CrabCrerf.rJ wf.in'601 C1 8uhf""l Street In two ar rea on Bpmeraot Avenue la Stanford lot of place has all the necessary Improvements and The Is a house Is large and waur eonvenlnt! ou or snares! msatsum. Addrea In regtrd to it. uui MRS. KVA SMITH, lSJ.5t Crab Orchard, 162.lt P. 3S. JteBOnEBTS. ..i,. m'lt FOB i SAJC.E ! FOR REXT. pike. A TLB?b,6.,8l?ck Frm containing 319 Acres 1 mile from Crab Orchard on t hi 8 tan 181-Ja- - two now attoro-rotax rooms same, InSianford.onBoathslJoofMslostreet, built by Owsley A bon. Also the brick residence in which I am now Using. Jt B, 0 srjK .J. JSBS. KATE 1IAXS, Mtanford, r Ky. Stanford, Ky. 8ore-Roo- ni For Kent IN STANFORD. Store-Uoo- r;u d4'" opn. Kcixv.'.'.06 ' mi M,mn- Tho Latest Is'ovolties of the Season. The Usyden tbe best In Staa In location ant arrangement. Apply to IT. O. WJ2LCU, lCJ-- tt Stanford, Ky, andi&f&I will And me theisms at H. K. TAYLOR, a Candfdate or the office of Public Instruction. aubUet to the Democratlo bute Convention. Warren, door to '"16Mm next KATEthe;9Crstl70b,J;8m,- y'acateJbr - IVD0KuAri. ofSperlntendent For Sale ata Bargain. a. .. . ttreet ,iii0BSf lor"I Privately In Stanford, Ky., a very Wrii,.bf,J2?ld'?C8iw,,?,,TB doir; stable, Louie. ;Ut"niac.ro0' "'" la e lot? For to ju. ALFOUO, Ki' .agent for J. It. Allord. a Callers--. ""-- a "Jioicialo Prices comumrr on all irootU for order, and fftvea exact ccatc"aosrtoB or you nte cnt Url hare -- OThe to UinrKllS' OVIDE la Sciit. nnil year. 43313 March, nacn irf.c,"PO llluiitrutloua E. II. FOX, The Photographer eonUlta lnformatlou gleaned tvIU malt a copy FRKC to mir sa upon receipt 10 to defrnr pene of mallin,.. otLet cU.hear frou .u Too. Rcapectfulljr, w fna ttIUs. Theae ICTjliUABm 1JOOICS j eTcrr-tliln- MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 2T Os 220 Wabaah Avenue, CUcao7lij! NEWPORT NEWS & JaiiviIIe, - - . - Ky. VISSlSSIPPI VALLEY, THE Frames Made to Order. ISTEWCOMB well-kno- CHESnPaKE&JHIO flOOTE Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. Tho only line running AKD -- MOTE. Kendickj's Ronto East OB -F- MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel 1 still main, tainlirglts fine reputation. Charge reasonable. Special attentian to the traveling public. M. JP. SEircOMB, Pro'r, ML Vernon, Ky. S$-- m rCLMlA.V NL,Y SLCCPIXG CARS A SOLID TRAIN sTPAtt s4 FIVE COMMLlVI$! ChsnaooK. 10 LouisTille, Oinoinuati & Lexington, Zy. ldi' d potl-hole- y Lynchburg, Danville. Nortolk and all Virginia direct nr" h" ew York City the nlcet and cae&pest lot from and North Timlin. p.,i.. ever brouglit to mis neck ot the waods. PPly to Tnou shalt buy tho medicines from Bourne lleaaon: Bourne'agooda are pure. W'Ma' Is too valuable to be sacrlfleed because of Thy life s. r707nelAnV,?nVn,TyM. Inert Thou ahalt marry aoon , very soon. 2d Vice President. Oen'l Fmi'x Ac't Beason: The goose bone marketh this a hard LouisTille. Ky. winter, and Bourne's toilet article will make thee beautiful above thy lellows. (It thou dost not deilre to marry, thou r dejlro to be envied because of tby beauty. . Thou shall gohuntlng and Ashing. Bourne has the materials. Thou shalt have a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, ' lrnes. Picture, mirrors, Concert Grand, warranted lewelry. Parlor Grand, Bourne has tbess and tbe finest lot of candles ever brought to Stanford. Baby Grand, Thou shalt keep In mind that Eourne is the cleverest man (except Dr. Cox) and the brstman Upright Grand, . to deal with. "Rosea red, vloleta blue, Square Grand. fourne'ai the place for you. Shakespeare. In fact, the half ot his glories and fine goods nnt.tndrJe1?SckSfm0,t C"efU"7 have not been told thee. OVBStVS Ju" received for all thy FaBt Trains for Now Connecting In the same depot with York. .ZVl.F '?'' lnt?'"k rem-cule- PI AMOS ! -- t. n A Grand Combination THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And the Louisville .. . . ?.. 'prices' range'VrZTo S 26 percent, lower tnan other dealers aslc Sfn.,?! same goods. Persons ot masleal s VT,IV ln,n,Ponofthebeauilful1cultl. . ne.e ceie- bratei ln.truinonta: tn tutm .! Err hrniivrif PIANOS AND ORGANS ". Weekly Courier-Journ- al Tho little World-rcnotviic- tl -- On year for only 93 two pipers for more than the price of one. mor-phintl- " 1 By paying ns !3 you will recelre for one year your home paper with the l, the representative newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, aud the best, brtghtoit and ablott family weekly in tbe United Slates. Those who desire to examine a sample copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at this office. Courier-Journaal Pianos, The Celebrated Olough and Warren and la a ThIih It. .. r t r mo uuuu uuurou oc uo, urgans, 1 iiiotts uccKcr V30U, the Topular Everett nnd tho Rellablo Xeir England Kiiabc, tlio Fa It Tl nd prices. H. II. .D FleAlA rnr.ininnlf nla ... .-i I J. 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Jvuuluss JJu oitt, New York, AND BY SPECIAL AGI1EEMENT COMOINED WITH THE flue lne of America, Jllml ratal with Original Mrrl JUtgrav Pholonrnriirm, Oil ii(;,lloodeiilM. iiHihliiy It thoJ'leturen mnl Jloilel Maya. ATTIIACTIOSS, tOHBININO AllTISTlr, &CIBX' Tirif, AND HoCSKUOMl IIATTKr.S. j, and utheii Liteiiirt The O. &M ,Alb,0i?,J "wnnnlng made up of a combination ofsmailroads. Tho Ohio 4 MlMls.lppl Kallway runs Bleep n Can on nignt trains; AuxnrlantPalatial lor Cara on day trains; Elegant Oay Coaca- es on all trains, Mifii?iLh d,Ter1Kj,unes by tboO. d M. avoiding troblesome trans-fer- a by other routes. t is recognised llrst-Cla- ss any .wi:?.a"t"?'"' '"''vu" connecung Un. llouto be-- ai f ! ,0 ",M map, elrculvl Information 'or writ to Interior Jonrual at $3,50 Per Year, " fice JOHN F. ftn. and Oen'l M.n'gr. i ffiwaft II.U.SU All Pats. U t. U, -- jfefe-y ' - f.rA..syvi, HBBBHjjjBMlH 7S"IlJl- .: Hf WIlWTa' y sr .w QHW V 'i "' .A WV-- '!' vjv Y I IBM "w ! IMI1 Mill IslIM r f-- 111' I '?w.."VKs;r ttsMWSSJJJJJM I II 'W ll Mi If ,a jp;- Ml - w IIJMI M ww,v" TTBWim TT1W WMllMmMnMrnMlf ?7MCPPSffWHit7 ,tm itW'7rJWKHrw WifiMfTT,V TTT 'tli .in"; rp55? 7:ffS p ' i 5 -- n nal SfiiS ? I 9. t I - I1 t Mr John T. Idol la dangereasly ill f treeaendoiM rate, if the vote of the for Kevermr. George Parks and Monroe Smith, typhoid fever at the residence of his brotheleettoa k taken as evidence. St. John lwt ,x were lynehed at R'ngold, Georgle, er, Mr. P. II Idol. only pelted 160,38 votes when he ran for Dwdaber 14, 1888 President in 1834. The total vote at the for robbery and arson. Stanford, &y Rev, F. D. Hale, of Louisville, preach Tbe rumor was current In Washington ed at the Baptist caureh oa Sunday in candidatee was last election for prohibition that Secretary Manning and Attorney Gen place of hit brother, Rsv. P. T, Hale, who 300,000, aain of more than 100 per cent, in W. P, WALTON. eral Garland will soon retire from the is In Louisville two yean, At this rate they will be a ccn Wo lmve Semo Flue Cloftkg which kuhhi It 3 held, Cabinet. artier negroes are under arrest at Pal aiderable factor la the next presidential Gen. Frank Wolford says that if he timore for brutally murdering a white n The Court of Appeals baa made a most election, if indeed they are not able to ra feels as well in 1888 as he docs now, he will righteous decision in (be Coreelisoa ess. throw the election ia the House. and selling the corpse to a medical Unction: on tbe re light the fires of democracy college for fifteen dollar. It has affirmed the eeoteaee of three jein Editor Craft publishes a touching tri mountain lops of the 11th district and re ' In the county jail of Monlcooierr, rendered Miss Mary Johnstone, an elderly lady 1 Clonic worth 87Brcdaccd to s. God grant him health, and sister of the late Rev. R. A. Johnstone $10.00 against the cowardly perpetrator of the out' bate to the memory of hie father, the Rev. turn to Cone-es" Joseph Craft, who died in Laurel Iaet week, then. : She 1 rage on Judge Richard Reed and he has eiD D , died Friday night of pneumonia. 3.00 beautiful spirit The design for the new two cent post-ag- e had only been sick since Wednesday. 1 B ther to go to prison and aere out hlseealeoce aged 70 years. It breathes a V ., 30.00 and stamps stamp, which is to bo put in circulaor skip the country, m it is said Got. Knott of parental love and reverence Tbe Danville Literary Club was enternu , the alilhor aa a man of the mosttender and tion In January, has been selected. It S5.00 tained Friday night by Prof. W. K. Argo frill in no ease interfere Cornelison did poor old eyes, ss ' an embossed head of George Wash- at the D, A D. Institute. The subject dis- 3 33 not kill Reed, but b bit fiendish and cruel noble impulses. Could the StS.50 In death, behold the loving ington, in profile upon a blue tinted back cussed was "Tne President': Message." act he drove him to suicide and it almost now closed penned to hit memory, ground. 18.00 The whole town and a considerable aa directly responsible for hie death as if he lines his son has SAcrjtic so Wm. Foster Nokee, of Gallatin, Tenn., portion of the county wen wreathed in thrr wonld. we know, fill with tears of had fired the fatal ehot. Tnree years for M 13.5 he had lived to rear such was ehot and killed as he started on a hunt smiles Friday morning because that bota These price rcisrcHciit lews t hh each an cfTeote ia light punishment. Hans thankfulness that mny He 1b He by his dog striking the trigger of bis gun the Interior Journal, ar- Cltmk Pthenhl (nil ( take advantage lag would hardly have been too severe. It aeon. wor prloe and fixtures of the with his paw and discharging tt, the load rived in town for breakfast. Olejiks Trie good will, type Ihb offorctl.Ht urealls rcdaced will be remembered that a court of special Oa Tawtday, taking effect in Nokes' neck, killing him , wo will display a HRHd89aae "The Young Workers" of the Baptist 7sh, judges, appointed by the governor, reversed Frankfort Yeoman will be Bold by a comIlae el CkrlittaM instantly. iHcIpdiiiK Ntataary, church gave an entertainment nt the Clemwas missioner next Thursday. This Is a cbaBce the decision of the lower court and It Perraaiea and Tellet EfeU, Teya An alleged Austrian Count, Ctrl Von nomiens House Saturday night, consisting of andDolhiereyery then the case wan taken to the Court of Ap for the craft to git material almost at jBnw tegetker wllk very Weller, who has been cutting a wide swath magto lantern views, charades, recitations, peals. Judge Holt did not alt in it and the nal figures. Milk TJwbrl. in society at Jacksonville, Fla , Thursday etc., at which $8 were reallssd. Irr, efo.RlIatlewcit price decision affirming' was rendered by Jndges NOTES OF CURRENT EtERTS. pleaded guilty to an Indictment charging Mrs. John O Hodges, of Lexington, Pryor and Bennett, Jsdge Lewis, who has A writer from Hopkins says that so him with grand larceny and will go to pris has returned to her home from a visit to ever been aeeoeed of being aa good a law far aa that county is concerned, prohibi on for two years. her mother, Mrs. H. Meesick, of this pltee, yer either of thin, dtseeatlof. Queen Victoria ia becoming tqueami-- h tion does prohibit. Mr. and Mrr. Robert Harding have retainThe House has passed a bill to regulate "Tommy" Warren, the feather weight ia her old age and has ordered that no pa- ed from a visit to friends ia Atlanta, Ga. the count of the electoral vote aud It ought fighter, was whipped by "Jack" FarreJts ia pers containing a detailed account of the And now Mr. Wiggi thinks he recolCampbell divorce trial be admitted within to become a law. The Louisville Tori sums a New York tpoi ting place. lects of having bought a drink of whisky npits provisions thus sfleeJactlv: Etch The holders of the boxes in the Metr- l- the sacred precincts of Windsor Castle. We from a colored person named Ssm Moore. State can settle its own electoral disputes in politan Opera House, in .New York, this had imagined that the old lady was too Ererytime Wiggs jogs his memory he recregular constitutional tnbsnals and the de season, represent $700,500,000. tough and old to be hurt by such naatinc.es ollects some other fellow who tried to decisions of these tribunals are to ba aceepteS The death of Congressman Dowdney, of moralize bis morals by selling him whisky. It is said that Gen. Sherman has dinas conclusive, provided they are made six ing engagements enough ia New York to New York, which oecurreM at his home In Hon. A. G. Talbott Is confined to his days before the second Monday ia January, last him until lite in September. New York Friday morning, makes tbe third room at the Clemens House by a alight inARE NEAR when the electors meet and give their votes. The suits for $250,000 brought against member of the New York delegation who Nothing serious; nothing to In case of dispute as to the authority or le- the Kentucky Union railroad at Pari have has died within the last three months. This disposition. indoors but a few days this bad member of the present keep him gal! ty'of soy State tribunal in making a been dismissed without prejudice. makes weather. In the meantime it is generally decision upon an electoral contest in such There are over 650 lunatics in the Any-lu- House who has died since last December. known that his prospects for the Austrian The State executive committee of the Slate, the disputed vote ehall be passed ap at Lexington now and it takes more mission grow brighter every day. on by the 4 wo Houses, acting te'parately. than a hundred people all told to take care prohibition pirty olKaneashas unanimous"Wo want overjbtxljr who intenda purchasing Mrs. J. Wesley Durham, who bad been Theee rules make the creation of an Elec- of them. ly passed a resolution to call a conference ill with peritonitis for a month or more, Typhoid fever is raging in Harrods-burg- . of the leaders of the party throughout tbe toral Commission like that which counted suddenly became worse Saturday night and There have been three deaths In the Union to meet In Louisville in February, in Hayes an impossibility, and will guard and'there still 15 1837, to formulate a general platform and died at 3 o'clock Sunday morning. Sho the doctoral vole of each State from cor- family of Harvey Woods, leaves two little children, a boy and girl. cases in town. arrange for unity of action in the party for ruption. The funeral takes place this evening (Mon- To i comprehend tbo fact that we aro now all read to show you iho fiaeet asHon. J. D. Pickett, Prof. H. K.Taylor, the campaign of 1888. The Grayson Goxjit does Senator Harday), from the residence of her father, Mr. ofLogan, and T.M. Goodnight, of SimpTbe civil suits against James A, Walris an injustice in regard to the revenue bill. sortment ever exhibited, for our now stock of HOLIDAY GOODS Superintendent of lace, the cashier of the Hopkinsvllle Bank, E. B. Russell. He is not making his canvaea in opposition son, are candidates for The first publication of the will of tLe to the amount of $50,- who was defaulter is now complete and comprise an elegant line of to it. Oa the contrary he advocates its Public Instruction. late M, C. Johnson, of Lexington, owing to The Union Club, of New York, has 000, have been compromised by his attormain features and only makes war on the impressrobbed of about neys by the payment of $17,366. An ef- one clause being omitted, left the plain injustice of some of its sections. For discovered that it has been of Books, "Writing Desks, Brush aud Comb SeU in handsome plush, Fancy combination of the fort will be made to secure a pardon for ion tbat his half brothers, Albert Allen, by a instance, he does not think it fair that a $100,000 a year Lexington, and J. L. Allin, of this place, Goods and Noveltiw. Wallace, that he mav be exempt from A large stock of man shall pay taxes on what he owes, nor servants with tradesmen. f had been left out. According to the terms DisnitchM from Brisbane state that criminal proeecution. does he think that more taxes should bs each named hare Ketbwarra aBd Helen Nich-o- il B Bruno Freckman, a German fresco of the will the gentlemen levied upon the people than is sufficient to the S.'eamers which may bs worth I off Queensland, resulting in painter of Lexington, was thrown from a a tenth of the estate, collided at meet the demands of the'State treasury. He fiom $75,000 to $150,000. drowning of 42 persons. railroad train between Nicholasville and believes that with the largely increased as. the Mr. F. G. Offut, who has been a rest-de- nt Our Joivelry stock is both elegant and beautiful tbo fiaeet styles; and dc -- Daring the recent term of the Letcher Lexington Sunday and afterwards kicked eesssaent that the rale of taxation ahould of this county for three years past, men were sen- by a brakeman, receiving yery serious inju. circuit court, just closed, six Watcbe?, Laco Pins and Ear Drops, Cuff Buttons, Ac, Diamond signs, hare been reduced, aa this is no time for his former home in Lotenced to the penitentiary, four for life and rier, which make his recovery doubtful. left on Friday for hoarding up revenue at the expense of gan county, near Adairvllle. Ills family Kings, rim, elc. Wo invilo you to call and w 6 us. We havo lsought London Echo. two for 21 years. Freckman is sixty five years old and his those who can illy afford to spare the Chie'f Justice offense consisted In lacking five cents tow- will follow him 'about Jan. 1. Father Judge Louis K. Church, theso goods to eell and havo marked them down lo suit tho times. money. Hugh J. Brady went to Louisville on Friof Dakota, will probably be appointed Gov- ard the full amount of his fare. day to remain until spring. Father A. J. E.AH8A3 has a foolish law, which requires ernor of that Territory on the acceptance J.C.Hill, a wealthy ciliajn ol EJge. Bradr accompanied him to remain a few a jury In a conviction for murder to find of the resignation of Gov. Pierce, wood, near Pittsburg, shot and dangerously Billion, of Crab Orchard that the accused ehall be hung by the neck E. B. Hoover, a young lawyer caned wounded his daughter Saturday morning, days. Mr. Frank of the railroad telehe is dead, and another law which N. D. Miles, a candidate for the legislature mistaking her for a burglar. He had $5- ,- has temporary charge until Druggists, Opera Block, Stanford, Ky. graph office during the illness of John says that simply means life imprisonment; in Jessamine, because he published a card 000 in the house, and hearinc a noisa In , tha regular operator. Potti-consequently the fellow Baldwin, who has calling him a liar and a slanderer. the library supposed that burglars were afGutting was forcibly ter his money, and fired at tbe figure be been sentenced to die at (Atchison, will not Mrs. Jol;n W. U7. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE C0UN1Y. die until his time comes In the regular taken from her home in St. Louis by Thos. saw near the grate, which proved to be his Wm. Clark's eon while playing with a course of natnre. The l&wmakers, taking Cunningham and William Maher and out- daughter, who had been driven from her M calibre pistol shot hiiusulf ted will themselves as an average, no doubt feared raged. The scoundrels were arrested. bed by the agonies of toothache. probibly die. A nut of counterfeiters, six in number that if every man who ought to be hung DEALER IN. Frank Bryant has been making some HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. was executed tbe State would soon become were arrested In Billard county last week csanKeein the court bouse, but nothing depopulated, or so greatly reduced as to and lodged In jail. Many dies and much of Mr. Malone, a stock trader from. more will be done till Judge Morrow comee. ' leave hardly enough people to do the the spurious were capluied with them. has rented a grixlng farm from J. W. Mulllns was hire a few dy K ' ByacolIIeeion on the Memphis and the Messrs R)Id, and taken boaralng for hanging. submitting plats and a bid for tbe eitctipn Hahvey Pasu piid the penalty that Charleston Rallrosd, Conductor T. F. himself and wife at Weatherfords. of tbe new jail which will be built next Harry Hocker, of Danville, when sprlnc. ought always to ba suffered for murder, at Greer had both legs cut off, and three Bardatoffn Friday. Unfortunately in this trampswho were stealing a ride were killed. about starting from this place had his hone Mr. 8. IL Martin's echcol clod last Shepherd & Co., Boston, know how to to break loose from tbe hitching post by Thursday at Mt, Guthrie. Mr. Martin aa well as most other States it only falls to the lot of the poor whites and negrcea to break. They have just mad6an assignment, freeing itself from the bridle. Alarmed at Cn show as good a record as any teacher thus enffer, Pash was a negro and murder their liabilities amounting to $04,120; awete tbe buggy it ran furiously and kicked the in tbe county: Number of pupils in the ed a fellow laborer of his own color in the $5 in cash and $75 worth of offioe fixtures. vehicle into smithereens and spoiled the district 00; general average 38; highest John Newton and Joseph Jackson, trip. coldest of blood. He professed the Cathonumber of pupils present 57, do, lowett 21. x our correspondent is not in me vein lic faith and died clutching at the crucifix. each aged twelve year, have been arrested This Is his second term at that place. He for writing. Sunday the 12;h inst. burst The sheriff did his work well and the neck charged with having ret on fire several taught eleven terms nt Brodbcad beforo upon htm with all the halo and hallowed being broken the ylctlm died in a few min- buildings recently destroyed in Bowling learning there. 4' ness of his birthday and wishing to cele W. a Green. uter, The following Is the result of last Sat- JOHN MoKINN EY, Er' men. DBIUHT, with due rejpect, he somewhat dam . brate it aged John for It is to be hoped that the bill to redeem was killed Thomas, Wagers,about 30 year, aged his constitution. Start not, gentle ed- urday's election judgecity office?.-54 E. II. near Waco, in by Joe votes received Smith for police trade dollars at their full value, that has the apprehension that he has county, Friday night. The kill-lo- g itor, under Thompson for been introduced ia the Senate by Mr. Sew-e- ll, Madison of any and J. W. Miller 4; R. E violated any sentence or "enllment is said to have been justifiable and in marshal 38, Thomas Proctor 1C and Robert will not become a law. It is entirely ' law made and provided. Even the immac Brooks 4; Tom Taylor for trustee received of the money sharks, who mlf defense. in the interest irresponsible and unimpeachable Coal in immense quantities has been ulate, 53 voter; M. P. Newcomb 30, J, E. Allen will make from 15 to 23 cents on the dollar Bourne might have presided at and partici-patedjl- n discovered in Henderson and Smith counBrown 48, G. W. Biker 51, AI. if It does. The poor people who haye been all the ceremonies used In commem- 41.JJ. 20 and 30 feel Freeman 41. After 25 votes were cast, not get any advantage from ties, Texas. The veins are tbe loser will tbe great event. Perish the beneath the surface and the quality of the oration of it, as they had to take what they could thought that aught was said or done at all 21 for 8mlth and 4 for Miller, the latter ia excellent. Bob Brooks also withdrew earget for the iniquitous coin when it was coal with the most advanced civili- withdrew. The Tay bridge, which fell several inconsistent ly in the contest. passed upon them. of this most refined, most carefully years ago while a train load of people was zation James Adams, of Garrard county, was takes a good deal of money to run tbe passing over it, causing tbe death of 00 of cultured and most eflulgeutly luminous age. week. C. W. hands were sober. But still up to see his children last 'best government the world ever saw." Con them, is nearly completed at a cost of five In shortall Adams has returned from a trip to Missoudealers oill klna of there Is something exhausting In even this grass costs the country annually $5,500,000; millions of dollars. ri, and a certain widow in town is all smiles thing of passing by the wajsldo of lime the executive department $125,000; tbe Fontaine T. Fox, Jr., chairman of the now. That gsnial good fellow, W. E Lee, treasury department $140,000,000 and so State executive committee f the prohibi- this counting back the milestones that was in town Saturday, J. II. Minks, of on, until tbe enormoui sum of $325,000,. tionists, has called a convention to meet in stand like spectres along life's long and Moreland, Lincoln county, has been here 000 ia retched as'.the annual expense. This Louisville, March 3j, to nominate candi- weary journey this tracing back of epochs buying spokes, C. W. Ping went to Louand eventti these memories of "joys that ie moro than a million dollars for every dates for State offices. isville iast Thursday on business. Sam of sorrows we've borne of working day in the year and the amount is & we've tasted" It is rumored that the Biltlmore Ward was here a lew days ago. It made defeats we'vo sua conalantlv growing, Oalo and Western Union Telegraph Com triaiiphs we've won and him mad because" I called him Crab Ortained of hopes that brightly blossomed The children will be sorry to learn that panies are about to enter a deal bv which and disappointments that untimely nipped chard, Andy J, Fish took in Mr, Barnes' meeting last week. Mi's Myrtle Fish, of three Una of candy havo just been consum- there will be no conflict between them and their bloom of friends, the tried and true, Wlldie, In visiting her cousin, Miss Cleo ed by the burning of a factory lu Buffalo. by which (oils can be put up. SURREYN, by one, have yielded to the ineviA National Colored Bise Bill League who, one Williams. F. L. Thompson and George This is a vast amount and would have table and "ahufllsd off this mortal coll." s Mira MoIHe sweetened many a little tongue, but there's has been organised at Pittsburg, clubs from And yet the panorama memory produces is W. Baker are in Louisville. Talbott, a Brodbead beauty, is visiting at left in the country to supply Santa Pittsburg, Washington, Philadelphia, Cinplenty one of absorbing interest. The living picClans' demand and no little one need suffer cinnati, Baltimore, Louisyllle, Cleveland tures of childhood and youth and manhood Willis Adams'. Frank Wallin. of this city, who has bsen in Virginia for en mo and Boston bslng represented, for Christmas confections. Wrnlii, Wool, Seeds,' Feed, Coal, J&nnilier, separate time In the book business, was here last August Galbrlng, who shot and seri and chilling age have each their peculiar value. Saturday Danville Tribune have ously The editors of the wounded Leroy Hunter, while Hay attraction!", and each their sot read the President's meatage, else it ing Jeeee Jamw, ia In jail at Urbana, and Truly life's volume is worthy of frequent Good Farm Horse for sale. Apply to But when the allotted "three T. R. Walton, corner Main and Somerset would not remark that it contains nothing and will bs prosecuted under the law proscore years and ten" have been numbered streets. ea civil service reform., "With a trio of hibiting tbe pointing of firearms. " them it teems that oue at least might have A passenger train on tbe Fort Worth we are admonhned that but a few more A Henderson county farmer hauled his been detailed to wade thrcujh the long but and Denver Riilroad, while stopping at pagrrcan be written, Already the sugges- crop of tobacco ten miles to market, sold TIjg Best excellent document. Bsllevue, Texas, for wattr, was boarded by tive FINIS begins to loom upon our vih 7,500 pounds for $16 and realfied, after ion. Tbo record so far as earth is paying for the hauling, $3 in clean caBb, Waterproof is to have a steeet railway three robbers, who took from the passenwill soon be closed forever, Princess 4 th, a thorouehbred Jlolitoin-Friesia- n, ia a few months and Bransford & Woodson gers eight watches and $104 in money. By Coat. gave 233' pound of milk in a KrMz bought last wek a picked lor of Tb M8JI IIR1ND SUCKER lwrr.nt.d wit. ,,, ., t it are shortlv to change their excellent paper, giving their money to tbo ladles, who were lb bud.ll torn. Tb rOMHKt. BUCldn l.'ft r.rf,", ritfllcul. 4 cents. week Ucttx which 21 pwi's atul 10 oucrej oHy, irto a dally That's not searched $12,000 In money and $1,000 fat cattle from William Arnold at ..now lnu'l B'i ,r,iMimt, uimI UUIaiut Tmt A. I Tovrir, lioiton, lUu. Smi-TOetHnIntmorlflfi- Thk prehtbitloaleU are (raining ground Judiie Hls has announced himself BANHLLE, BOTLE COUNTT. at a CLOAKS! " w itstilr wo-ms- " - " " rep-rese- Plssh " Semi-Weekl- lM are iit rhI r .ken. rlc8. ef klad, deed, ocKantllaeerHllknandkcrcklcraadMiifllrm Breast, deed a u Danville. THE HOLIDAYS Christmas Is Coming I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! the-eight- m ' SILVBRWABB A McEOBERTS STAGG. w a t PJi a id 3IO Ten-neee- e, Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Xime9 Cement, Elevators, JPrmip, Older Mills, fcc. li It WEAREN & MENEFEE, -- Farming Implements and Maehin ery, Fla Bagales, fteMtagss, Ee. Spring "Wagons, Buch Boards. Farm Wagons, tt cor.-cern- ed uywui?& WMBBP1!! ftsn Bitf SLICKER ' i 1 cJ Q &mt-58cckAfcrbro- LAND. STOCK AND CROP you want a nice Christmas present have Jots of Chrlstsaas goods opea to plenty of time for all. T. R, Walton. " come and bay a dinner or chamber set. Hay and oats for sale Harve mo . ii Metealf & Foster. Roberts. Call and see my auBomkthiko New. An examiner was here yesterday looking - December 14, 1886 tomatic auchine, the finest thing on enrtb. For Rent -- the Wm ILty house and Stanford, Ey " through the poaloffice and we'll wager he 30 acres of land. F. Rtid. Peter Ilamton. found everything Q K. Now is the time to buy extra, fine Basiaess kaaager. O. WALTOK. John Curry Miller, who was (hot last JudoeVarnon's quarterly court com Shorthorn bulls cheap of A. M, Feland. I week In Waihington. la improrlng and says nsiMasi!For Sale a grade Alderney cow. A menced yesteaday with 51 cases on the L.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. he has no notion of dying. Nu 1. Will be Iresh in about two weekr. Drugs, docket, many of which are contested. Mallkaiai-j- k ,, 9H HI WHiimmmmw 2 10 r. m. J. L Slaveo, Ottenheini, Ky. WE have the beat line of ladle' and i ... ti is r. m. 'Oranges, nuts Bed candles, the largest Thirty nine car loads of cattle were 1 it UM genu' glore; uuderwoar and hosiery eve traw" MHMuaMlittiMMl stook ever before ami they have to be shipped from the it ' Wh- -. ...-U- 1 Owsley & Craig P.rin depot last week, PhTilrlant.' pnncrlptlon. accurately compound!. Xnsa.TsUeJeM(taetaadarltlms. Bolar brought to this eaarket. sold. Come and examine. Metealf A Fos- which had been Also . bought at 4 to A cents, 11 t It about 30 Minute hMter I HAVE fast received a large atock ol ter. Mr. Joseph Bryan, of Fayette, owner wall paper of new dedans and a large In LOCAL NOTICES. Christmas Candies, Nuts, Oranges, Lem of the phenomenal 3 year-ol- d colt, Wild fnrnlltire. Call and see me. B. one, Grapes, Figs, Raisin?, Oyster Crack--ers- , Rake, by Uamlltoaisn Mombrino, sold him Buy jour Sohool Hooks from Fanny A tolc of The Largest Stock of Watohea, Clocks, K. Vfwtn, Ax, at A. A, Warren's "Model Gro- to Wm Rock feller, of New York, for $7, McAIUter. w Jewelry and Silverware ' 600 Ask your grocer for the Cincinnati BiThe cltlsins of tbe Mt. Xenla neighbor cery." ker Co.' cracker Bod cskss. Smith A Wolf have been shipping cat 15. Lowest. ,VhlflrXet Fr'ee TitEprieea on our ladles' wraps have bood are requested to meet at the school WaUhsa, Cloefca aud Jewelry W ATCHra and Jewelry repaired on shor hon-- e next Frldar night at 7 o'clock to been greatly paired on short boUm and Warranted. Be. tie heavily to Cincinnati and New Yotk reduced; so" now is tbe oppor & McAlis jotlw and wauantcd br Penny take into consideration the question of hav- (unity if you need anything of that kind. They have in tbe last six Weeks shipped " over $18,000 worth of cattle and hogr; catLoaded Cart. ing a Christmas tree. IICHTKR8, Attjshtioh. Owsley A Otslg. tle at from 2 to 3 csnts aod boss from ridge, all elm of shot, at I'mnj & Don't buy your Christmas goods until to 3J per'ponnd fJenamlno Journal. A tension has been granted to Richard Some 18 months f go i n English farmer A ooKTtKTB stock of Jewelry, latest Scanlan at Junction City. James R. you have seen A. A. Warren's stock. He ityle. Rockford watches a specialty. Pen Dlllion, of Lincaster. belter known as "Old haa the bandeomestllne cf China and Glass- successfully amputated one of tbe hind, legs " ay A MoAUsUr. , Crow," ha also received a pension for in ware evei brouiht to this market. of a valuable and well-bre- d Shorthorn cow, nal I'll If in 11) Mk Ml wjfflflll w iS? PHARMACISTS, Bigks. Stationery and Fancy Articfes. Amf. 5 WMMm (&tt3 Sj&T 0 VI m smw " JUKWIXERS. '" There have been but two good days tbe object being to retain the cow for breed' log purposes, while a wooden leg was affix- since Mr. Bsrnes came, Sunday and yesIjf the Police court Batnrday Will MerMtsa Maud Rupliy has returned from firing four shots terday were fery disagreeable and last ed to tbe stump. The cow U n6w A .mother, shoa waa fined $5 each for a villi to Parksville. maintains that night tbe prospects of a snowstorm were and has a fine bull calf running by ber Mrs. F. M. Amlet, of Elltibrlbtown, oa the street, but he stoutly side. ha is laneetnt and will take an appeal. good. is TWtlsg friends here. J. C. Caldwell hsi' recently bought 170 for a breach of fined $10 Mm. Mary W. Bowman is spending George Baiter was The postoffioe department has appointed head of cattle in this and Mercer counties tbe fence. a week la Lealsvllle. Mrs. Mary 0. Braflord to succeed her mur- at $1 to Lee Hudton & Co. bought of Mm. K. W. Liliard, of Lebinon, is A roeTMASTER receives msny curious as dered hutbind as postmaster at Woodbine. Thomas Wood IS head of averaging Tlsltlng at Mm M. E Helm'. well as annoying communications in the The office does not pay much, but it will 1,060 pounds, at $3 23; 4 from W. F. Efacn Mr. J. E. Brandos, of the Chsrles course of a year. Capt. Richards gets scores help the widow that much to support her at$3,-5nn18, weighing 1,035 pounds 8!warl Paper Company, 1 In town. from Thompson, of Garrsrd, at $2 90. of them, but he cheekiest wo have seen Is fatherless children. MrsiMotuE Brooks, of Crab Or from the fellow out West who asks, "Pleaee The sentence of William Alford, better Danville Advocate. ehard, lite been !i!llog at Dr. Carpeo give me your private opinion of Mr. Bo known as "Oyster BUI," formerly of this I'xice in tne coue market nave reter's. citizen. and so, "naming a place, to aerve a term of six years in the cently advanced. The Brazilian crop is re Mim Dollie Williams, of Hamilton Joe Bailey, a brakeman on Capt. Hill's penitentiary for tbe killing of Frank ported as showing a shortage offoormillion College, was with her sister, Mrs. Dr. L. F. train, was ptlnfally mashed through the Wheeler in Louisville in 1880, has been af- bigs from the crop of last year. Last rear's flnfiTman. by being caught betwren firmed by the Court of Appeals. Alford product wss heavy, however, aod the averCol J. Q. Cbaddoojc wm here Sunday bick and breast Wllllamtburg Sunday, He was was fugitive from' justice for over five age shortage is only two million bags. But ecJolrK tho meeting and was the guest of tbe cars at that is a great deal ol coffee and sufficient brought to Rowland, where Dr. Reld ren- years. Jadge Varnon. to start prlcM upward . neceasary attention. The wound BARNES' MLETIKO, Mr. akd Mrs. N II. Woodcock, ol dered the Thomas Alexander bought of Anthony is not dangerous, the doctor tells u. Harrodibarg, ha?e been enjoying Mr. Mr. Barnes says that he has left tho Johnson 160 head of sboats at Bsrnee' meetings. people for goad They aro too exact 3 cunts per pound, lit. Board has bought The jewelry store of Mr. J. O. Thompion M. and 0 Williams, T N. Kob has bten closed, aud while the venture was ing and a man must live up to their ideas 600 hog to be delivered by the 15th of and U. E. Thompson, of Ml. Vernon, not as he profitable as expected, we are or lie about it. God's standard Is the only December, for which he p-erii 1 csaU per attended the Banday amices. glad to know that he came out considera one he ever expects hereafter to recognize. pound. Csrithers A Beard bought 12 a charming and bly ahead, which Is better than some of us Mim May Fxrocbon, tie Knows our weakness ana can aympa mules in this county this week M $90 to albsaatlful young lady from Covlngtoo, was are doing these hard times. Mr. G. L thlzs with our failures. $120. fHarrodrbjrg Disocrt. the gnut of Ml' Daisy Bamslde, While Mr. Barnes preaches that it ii not lien, the accommodating salesman, made Mi John Bright tills us that ho end visiting Mrs Fish, of Crab Orchard, is many Irlendi, who wish he could have re necewary to sslvation to openly confess the Jas R)hinoo and Wm. Hubble who were her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Carpenter. Miss malned with u. Savior, that being a private transaction be- chosen bv the heirs of the late Chris En- Annie Holme Ii alio ths gu at el the same -, an tween Him and tbe sinner, which can be glemanlodiyidehs landed estate amonc There's fun ahead. The PathfinderHugh 1 Porter has aggregation of muslcsl comedy specialists, made without the moving of a muscle or his four cnildren, completed the job last Owing to stckners tbe winking of an eyelash, he believes week. There were 643 acra u' land and been compelled to retire from his position will appear u tbe Opera House next Monthat after that contract Is made, it will be they valued it at $22,000. To mako each In Metealf & Foster' and Mr. T. D. Ittlney day night in ''Scraps" and will present a beabire equal req lired considerable work, but programme that will shake the aides ot all a privilege and a joy to acknowledge it has taken bis place. advance who attend, The compsny carries its own fore men. Consequently for the last few they finally got it ioto 123 acres for on 0. E Newark, tbe rlever meetings be has called upon all who wish share and 130, 177 and 212 for the other man for Kentrow's JoUy Pithflnder, was band and orchestra and the former parades to tesllff'that they are on the Lord's side three and then let tbe legatees draw for here yelerdy pteparing for the coming of the streets with its members drced In full to stsnd up and the number of those that them. Mrs. C. R. Harris cot the home once. uniform. Secure your ticket at his company next Monday night, 20th. have arisen must have filled his heart with place and Mr Harris haa sines bought of of our former county A dooD picture TnfMerry Bachelors of Stanford have joy. Folly of the packed con- B. F. Eigleman 51 acres to add to it at SCO. man, Jamca Q. Given, who was elected to sent out very handsome invitations to their gregation of Banday night arose as one man Mr. T F. Eoglsman and Miss Bjjiie wil) the City Council of Louiiville last week, Holiday Hop, which is to occur Tuesday when he made the request for them to thus ontinue to Jive at the old hotneiteal. appears In the Banday Imuo of tbe Owner fevening, December 23th. at tho Opera testify their renolve to know and sere Him JuvmaL Houee. A very large delegation of ladies M.W AOVKBTIHCUCnTh. MDAjra E V. Gibson, R. E Little and gentlemen are expected from Louis- better. excursion from Richmond brought The taking and T. J. Smith, of Richmond, are Blebart. of that city, t!U furnish 75 to 100 people, which added to tboee who ville. In the limes meeting. They are lovely 1.AN3C STOCK! the music and nothing will be left undone oime from the surrounding towns and christian women and defoted advirers of grandest cf the series, country, filled not only tbe Court House, to make tbe hop the I with to sll prlt1r the "iron pa." . but the whole town Banday. Coving- extending over several HTOCfv Mm. Kate CoLnrnTtoN, of FOHTY HIIA-ItTSAn old proacher said to us that Mr. .In tbe Firat National Paul: rftsnforJ. There Is now on exhibition at MeRjb- - Barnes had done more to elevate the stand ton, who U a born artist, bai made a crayJ. it. HtsTIilt, on portrait of the late James Wilhers.whlch erts A BtBgR'a drug store a sample lotof ard of piety among ministers than any doz Staufopl. Ky . so pleased his father, Mr. II. B Withers, the beautiful plcturrn in oil and crayon br en men oMho age. All who hear hio. are Mm. A, B. Rue, of Louisville, wUIch It impressed with the truths that he presents that be hsa ordered a duplicate. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Mn. AND Miu W. M. Lackey received will rcpsy thofe who wish work In that they ail preach and live better than statlog that their line to visit and examine. Thoy aro simp and a telegram Sunday nlaht ever before, A meeting ol tho stockboldera of the National son, Mr. B. E Lackey, was at tho point of ly perfect in their execution and are fur- It ia not detracting a particle from Mr. Dank of Iliutonvlllo will bo held at 'heir bunking Uath at his home at Gallatin, Tennessee, n'shed at very moderate figures considering Barnes' work to say that the music furnish- lioimln HuitoaTllIaoo tho 2d Tuetday in Janand they went to his bedside by the firrt their excellence Mr. Rue's time is limit- ed by his daughters, M if sea Marie and uary, 1637, for thopurpbte ot electing nine Direct-o- n ed so call todaj If you wish to embrace Georgle, forms a feature train. to aerre the euaulog year, that is indispensaISt-tJ. W. IIOCKEB, Cashier. -- 8am Walton Is In luck. Ho declined the fineet opportunity you have ever had ble in his services. Their sweet melody ' to go to Paraguay to wrestle with the chol- to get the tares and features of your dear would draw even where the gospel of love era at I,G0O a )m and Instead steps into ones correctly and permanently secured to would fall, and once there the sinner is held STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINQ tbe chiefs piece In tho First Controller's you. by a power he can not resist. office at Washington at an advance of $000 The brakemen on tbe L, A N., lod by Only two more rcrrlcci remain of tie A meeting ol tho stockholder of the First Naannuallr in salary. oae Gould, have made demands of the com meeting that haa brought good to so many tional Bank will be hs'd at their banking house Amoko thoo who came on the Birots pany, which look very much to an oqteider souls. No one, be he saint or sinner, who In Stanford on the 2d Tuesday In January, 1887, for tha purpose ot electing eleren Directors to aerre Kcuralon from Richmond Bunday were like they want the esrth. Superintendent has attended with any degree of regularity, the ensuing year. Rice and Dora J, R, Dawns replied to rnem in the most has failed to be benefited or made to feel 18Mf. Mary Bites, LIrilo M!e JOHN J. MoRODERTS, Caihler. Hacker aod Mewrs J. Stone Walker, T. J. liberal splnt, but they refused to accept a greater respect and reverence for the demands and "God of love and nothing else" that Mr STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Smith, Col. Irvne, John B. Gibson, II. 0, earthing but their iron-claKIce.J.D.Newlnn.T J.Djly.R F. Far the probability is that is that they will go Dimes portrays with such earnestness and orae of thess from Paint on a strike. If they do Jhoae who know the fervor. His is indeed a sweet gospel, which ris and otheis. t A meeting of the itockholders of the Farmers were Dr. V. I. Lotcher, J. O. Barnes. liberality of the company towards its em-pl- oj draws rather than repsls the sinner; and lie National Bank will be held at their bankln g house Lick D.S.Evans, W. B. Weuen, J. R. Wearen, ei will feel no sympathy with them. presents it eo lovingly and eloquently that In Btanlord oa ths 2d Tuetday to January, 1887 Ben and T. R Blavlu. Tne Lincaster peo- We want to see laboring men get all that men listen with joy and accept with glad- - for ths purpyw et electing cine Directors to aerre J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. ple Included Elitflr Mullins and exEditor they can, but when a eet of employes de- nees. If the petitions of hundreds of friends he eniulng year. Hughe, Mm. Younjr, MUses L'wle Huff- mand almost that they be given tbe man- could avail Mr. Barnes would not leave toman, LUIlan Hopper, Emma Leavell, Miss agement of the roitl, It is time to draw the morrow, but'he feels he must continue to TAXIDERMISTS NOTICE Gallagher and Mwrs. Hughes, Curry, Far-l- a, line, go and spread the glad tidings which the I am now ready to do alt kinds ot Btufflog aod Hurls, West, I.th Wherritl.-BurJett- , Mounting, such aa The announcement is made of the com- Lord has given him to impart. Ferguson, well, Miller, Ray. Brewer, Lsar, , There is no telling when we shall sit un ing of Rentfrow's Jolly Pathfinders, Dec. Birds, Animals Palmer, Coleman, Johnson, Herndon, 20th. This company has bsen making der the sound of Mr. Birnes' voice again, as and alto prepare Wild Animal Bklns tor Bugs, and Woodcock, quite an extended trip in the South, its first he does not know the route that is laid out with headi and ores In them. Satisfaction guar vrices reasonable. All tho express since 1877, the year of lis organisation. for him, but all trust that it may bo their nntfed andbirth, etc.. tent to rus muit be LOCAL MATTERS. cbarsei on OEO.T.BCUOOLFIELD, During the put nine years the Pathfinders pleasure before many days. After Fulton, Inat. fjr D. A. D DinTllle, Ky. Very best sorghum at T. R. WaltonV. have been rated first clans among musical Tennessee, and Corrolton, Mtra., there is no IM-J-t. up y ester comedy orgsn'iM'.ons and for the past two programme ai present mapped out. TheL.AN. py train seasons have had no saperlor. Thoy carry of time. day, two days ahead MARRIAGES. their owa bind and orc'iwtra, rich superb. for hides, TTinnrar market Drlce raid -- Gilbert H. Waddle and Mies Nannie And their programme is of the most origl sheepskins, etc., by A. T. Nunnelley. nal, reSnejl, elejfvat and laughable descrip L , dauubter of D. F. Epperson were mar"Scraps, or tan at the ried in Pulaski lsst week. EXAMINE our brd blankets and comforts tion. ItisentlUeJ Kino yeara The marriago noted as "on the list" for elsewhere. Owsley & Craig.' Pleasure Groundi," and in the Ent, North & before buying and Northwest ii the mast famous of all the 22d lust., is that of Miss Attie Dunn, A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS r BtovesI SiovesI Wo mean It when we comedy productions. It has been produced daughter of Mr. I. M. Dunn, and Mr. ..,., WMV. ..At our nrlces. Metealf A oror 2.200 limei in the finest amusement -- ml yiclnlty, Itentfrow'a L. Gregory, formerly of this, ft" J kVWV Foster. of America, and is still a farorlte. now one of the most valued salesmen ol cmtri's Owsley & CuAio want to reduce their Such a reosrd Is eufflcknt cuarantee of ex Messrs. Price & Lucas, tho Louisville yln Of the party and play the St. ejar manufacturors.-Adoca- te, stock of drees goods, eo examine them if cellence. r" Chronicle sajs: "Rintfrow's Jolly Friends of tbe partiei haye recelyed Metropolitan Band, Operatic OLouis you need anything of the kind. chestra. Pathfinders, an able and popular musical Invitations to tbe marriage of Mr. J. L. For Rent a houe nd lot, very desira- somblnatlon, opened for the first time in Yantls, a prominent and responsible young HOUSE, PEC. 201b, bly located; Iare and commodlour; all nee Bt.LonlsattheBtandard last nlcht to a farmer of Qsraid, to Mies Mollle King, tho OPEKA repnw, uri-ciaescary oulbulldinKe; In, good audience, in Scraps, a musical comedy pretty and lovable daughter of Mr. Q. W. Musically Entrancing, 1 wish to rent, beginning with Jan. lit, for destitute of plot, but brimming oyer with King. The ceremony is to occur at noon Fanny Excruciatingly. or three yew. Jm. B, Owens. comedy sketches and musical specialties. in the Baptist church at Crab Orchard, performance is of the light, Thursday next. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON, Tnc man Wlllam Howard, who lay In The whole dcacrintlon. Rogthat deflei criticism Iaushabla so long for shooting Marshal jail hero S. L. VanMeter, of Fayette, ahlppnd House, has been found and Invilef hwrty lujjhter. The coaipa jy j ach:. uuevrNUcenss ers at Harlw tc N?tf York lfi ctt!e that avoratd over wbu Fii' '1i1ly-ftnil It rtflpd In iju.t r , fit Bullty by "' U " Cu.ratCovKton PERSONAL juries sustained daring the late war. I. Hi wALTON -- Dealer In- - 3. le, GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, well-kno- wn HARDWARE, i TIN WARZS, GLASSWARE, QUJEEISJSWARE,, holl-clne- 120-pou- a a Jd Ocmfections, Tobaccos, Oigars, rfi yl COR MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STAIVFOKD, K"V. V two-thir- New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Eaisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Dates. Prunes, &c, now in stock. Salt, laurel Cans and Jar, Butcher Knives, and other things nsed in Mog-KiUin- g. yc-tr- 183-tf- ., GOOD OOOT3S JLT'Jk.XFL lIELIO.E.er! deliY-ercr- CSTI will be obliged tu my Cmtoiucru, who wisb Roods If llicy would semi (liulr order o (h it I can flui-- lt t, dellr-eriU- R by 5 o'clock IVXA-Ill- t. Jil. WALTON, t IlA.rtDI?J, Lnto or AJonttoullo, ClorJc. aHSIlClTANT TAILOR, -- I hare received and atlll receiving . New Goods for Fall and Winter; Cotnprlalng I tbe belt In the market, which will be Gotten Up in Style and Make Second to Done in Oity or Country. dire Me aa. Trial. 1 and-Heads- Wall Paper, i SCRAPS! J Furniture, yI' l 1 FvHay ffMWviy-jefcssVv4f- il.wJv7lv c V7jkm Oj-ca- Cases, Caskets, Robes, Pull and Complete Stock of the above and pricei as low as the lowest. ... ft JOLLY PATHFINDERS. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. jaLgHfr. H BWtfP 't il . or the bn1( Kfina rcfinla 'titDJI'J wltb tttt .)QM " TT4nn SLICKER tr Pon't wntle jwit nb.0l(elj '' emit nrna-- Me Best. WaterproolGoat KWr-Iol- 1 r on a vr or rn " coat The rihtl PRAKI) BUCKKF n auuuii f BSt)iasasasasaasasasasisasasaasaaaasassaaaasasasw-- Rlo.. t '?i-- i 'a r r -- r" - "iti 0 ?" -'K" 'IH 4 Mracirs VOLKS,FEST. MOVEMENT FREEDOM AND HILARITY THAT IS FOREIGN TO AMERICA. iwii'. Is Said Ti ! ml ir.iarstv.ii - A.nAtfcJbu .. .. . r ... fit ...rCTtayp'",,'""w,-,n,,'-- CURE FOR OBESITY. A GOOD WHITING PAPER. "wi'witrrxawt JESSXUJ.aTHOM rsoic, il. " ..- -- The Peasantry nt tho Side Shown, on the Holler Coasters and tho MerryGo. A Festival for tho Tcoplo at , Hound LargoAt Church. On Sunday morning wo attended servico at was tho Palace church In Munich. Every occupied, and crowds of peasants and other visitors Rtoot in tho ablos. Tho officiating priest wore a magnificent robe, n muss of gold embroidery, in keeping with the richness of fat ti r;B' J An Election Incident. An incident of tho election in Brooktleld is Louisville & Nashville R. R. too good to bo lost, and wo glvo it, simply -- TUB OXBAT- suppressing tho names. A hard working To y rosin rtuillllnj us Dtaiocrnt on tho cvo of tho election was making a t borough canvass, and called on n young LIL91 married man to talk over tho situation nnd 10 TU secure his vote. Ho succeeded, nnd went We will stud tb nwaj telling him ho would 1k thero at fi Semi-Weekl- y o'olocK tho next morning with bis team to Interior Journal carry tho young man to tho jwlls. - TTITH Tbo Democrat had hcarccly departed when And lli Kr York World on yesr and a ' Low na auy ono. IX THE CLGANSINO TANK. an enthusiastic Ilcpublicau went to call on the samo young man, and on a similar errand. HISTORY From this boiler tho rags pass to a cleans- I solldt a ihsre of your patrons; OF IHE UNITES STATES, Itcjptclfully Pullman Palace Sleepers. Ho, too, talked over tho situation nnd secured ing engine, which Is n tank of oval plan, tho . llitVCK. thn vote. But as it was lute tho Republican wnlLs of which rise ubout thirty Inches from thought ho would stay all night, nnd then tho floor. Tho tank Is partially divided lonJLniilNVilio ork of lEe kind early in tho morning they would go to tho gitudinally by n straight portion, tho ends of to ttimlivUlc, history la s aromleiiied polls together. tho partition renebimr toward tho walls of Atloiiiphl'i, It ttereeert. usw.p.r file tbioidlnsry koi loriw.jrars th H,bl to withdraw Tho next morning promptly tho Democrat i tho tank far enduzh to loavo n snaco of tho SGRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. AtlausH, without ogtlre, iu remit at one. knocked at tho door at 5 o'clock. Here was a samo width ns that between tbo turtlttnnVi Moiifaoiiserr. . Published Monthly t W f. WALTON, StatUoid, Ky. picKin. uu t., wuu oi i no joun; man nnd sides and tho tank's walk On ouo side of iuu JMUlo Hock. ' hf r mot her mnnaged to find a way out nioely. this partition, across tbo center of the tank, WI Til Mobile jukI IV'r OrlciuiH. Tb old lady responded to the call, nnd snid revolves n toothed diuni, currying blades that was not up yet. The wife then act on tho rags ns they pass in tho trough her FIRST NUMBER READY DEO. 15TH. shouted out that bo could not go until b had Only one change to pints In fixed blades nt tho bottom of tho tank. CEH1UL (1. fi built the fire. Tho old lady went to the wood Theso blades do not qut tho rags, but tear ecBinttM's Mauaiisk will bs in ths whilst pile nnd 1egan to split kindling. Tho kind them, thus preserving tho fllr. Tho denn- ttntea raseilnol llt'raturj, and racb number hearted Democrat, in order alio to expedite ing of tho rags In tbo process of tearing Is will be fullr UluitrateJ. Borne of toe moat notable papirs to appear duruil!noUrHw matters, offered to split tho wood nnd build facilitated by a constant stream of water. ing year are a suites of Unpublished Lettho fire. Off went bis overcoat nnd to work I On tho sido opixito from tho benter Is a ro-- ters tbo first efTbaekeiar of Terr ureal sutoblocraDhleal Shortest and Quickest Eonto from 0a ho went. As th kindlings were damp it do- - tary siovo of lino mesh that allows tho water value; E. II Waahburna'e Hernials-enetitjcckirx uonirs on te line tf this roal will recelrr tral Kentucky to all Point North, IhoBlege and Commune of Paris: Olltnp-caspecial rate. mm considerably, but bo finally invoi to pass, but rejects tho rag. Tbo water thus .East, West and 8outhweat. of QouTrroeur tbo eriie Assntaotihl Couijjadj lor ratts,toiitw pushed it. Ho then began to lxk n round lifted iiasses off through tbo hollow shaft of to FranceDiaries cloie of the last Murrli, illtltUr century (gtrlog Ac, or write at the Fast Liu Between for bis man, nnd behold tho bird had flown. tho revolving sloro. This, with tho action of descriptions ot social llf and character ai tbo C. P. A rilOBE, (I. P. A T. A, Iyuli Tills, Kf While ho was building tho flro tho llepubllcan . tho bladed drum, induces and keeps up a cur-- time); a collection ot contemporary letters deI.UXISGTOS 1 OltfOINNATf and his man had stolen out of a sido window, rent around and around hn InuL- - TMin. scribing Early Kw York and Mew England Society. I gino not and wrro well on their way to tho jkjIIs. There Is much excellent fiction, Including a only cleanses tbo rags, but reduces Schedule In Effwt ilay JMC. The Democrat Is still the maddest man in , them to a mass known as "half serial by Harold Frederic; u. stories extendlnc u, nunoer, J. n. innugaseTerainumDers or Brookfleld. Danbury Evening News. , stuff," which, although clean, is not purely ol Dale, and others; and abort stories by It. h. FoTsT" No. i . white. BoTi" It is blanched with chloride of limo hleienson,JoelCoandler Harris. T A. Jaolrer, bocin-LooaI Mm Jeweu, Dosed by the Itnrtemler. and again josses through an engine, when tho Crosby, and aOcUts Thtcet, II. II. Ilgycstu, MUa HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL ,Ex. nun. bally of others. host "Yes," said a Clark street saloonkeeper, "It bleached material, In heaps, resembles solid Kouhla spictat papers to be published very earLve. Ootltittoa R 10 D lOpta 2 00 put has got so now that to lo a successful and I snow. After this comes the blueing, If tbo ly ire F A Walker's on socialism, I)r William SIAUQUIN OF AUEMXE. raimoutli t " a vn v ;s pen Hayes Ward's on tiabjloolsn Cylinders; Mr. Jortn popular bartender ono must bo a physlciuu. paper Is to lmvo a tint, although what is C. Hopes' 10 4S anjlo 13 po lino of booths In which broiled sausages were Crothlan.. oa the Portraits ol Caesar; Captain Air, HM. ;t. j a m 10 40 II in IJ p ta ('reeoe'eoo Coast Defeoce, eto , etc. sold. A bed of clay soveral inches thick wns An old man will como In bpr in tho morning called white paper Is slightly blued. This floe Bull wlllstsnd the season now comLealnctoo... .. tOplfllH JT pin 0 10 p a Tho pulp is pumped into an elevated tank, wirn nu race looking like a corrugated door 'camxxR's Maoaziks; will be published, at CI menced at nir atable ou the Lancaster lk one laid on a lon board, which answered as a a year, or 23 cents a copy. Sub criptlona may be half mile from Stanford Court House, at $3 .the Lt. Pari.. II so am 10 4 counter. On this a charcoal flro was lighted mut anil hi eys green and glassy II will from which it Is fed to the engiuo by a deliv- sent to any newsJealer or bookseller, or to rr. wiocbester. 12 20 pa II 20 dq, 822 pn seaaou, wl'h Ihe prttllrge oi brndlug the cow unpn nnrler a gridiron, and the sausages broiled stare t you for a minute, nnd thou ho will ery gate capablo of closo adjustment, as upon Mouey due when cow iwcanjonj.i i so p m 7 15 prr til the cow proves In call. ii Latiraster t 07 p m freshly for each visitor nt 10 pfennigs each hang blnwlf ovpr tho railing and tell you tho amount of pulp fed to the machine de- CltAllt.KH HCntnXKR'H BOH. la first served. ,,1 0 OOpta 713 and 713, ilroadway Maw York. i HuolorJ that something's wrong with bis stomach, pends tho ultimate weight of tho iaper. Tho Marnula of Adeline's sire, Herbert, (3K cents). norted AnollnanJ Im Immrted Southern Ueau- - Lt Klctiiaond..i 2 00 pu ... pulp flows on to-- tho faco of n roller and is and that hi must liavo something to straightB0OTH8 ANT) nXSTACBANTS. en him up, "We. fir somo sort of a dose for passed to nn endless apron of flno wire sievo 'jlawuls of AJlleoe'a dam, Adsllne, het sire Arr. Berea. ... J 8 20 p mlI ... At another lino of liooths broiled fish were " LlflllfStOO.. 45 am ... gold. Thero the fln of charcoal embers was th fellow, and if h feels better an hour or that has imparted to It a Jarring motion, to Mfi CULMVATOtt Iftffl r.in.r tf.i,.'fv.....i.m rmrwirtI LadvseeFlsh- II.. two later wo nro sure of his trade for somo dlschorgo, ns much as possible, tho water, 1831 pedigree er. For furttler particulars as to made directly on tho ground. Sticks were NO. S No. II No. I wbilo tho siovo retains tho almost Impajpable then inserted In the soil and made to incline time to come. I This Is a very fine young Bull from a celebratIncluding the cow Hcho, the at a suitable angle over the lire. Tho fUh was "Then there's the man who comes In gulp- pulp. A set of rolls compresses tho pulp ed tamllr ot mllkera SCO greatest of lur day, ber ownerbav Jng refusoJ IM,- - Lt. LlTlogiton.. 10 21 SQL.. carefully cleaned arid salted, gashes cut in tho ing and shivering. Ho says be doesn't know web, which then goes over a series of boxes " am- -. wlmfs tho matter with him, and asks tho barperforated on tho side over which tbo web The but ol the rides, and then each stick Inserted in tho hVlIoUMln.FrtlsIaa catUe have taken the Arr. Rich mood - II 4Ja ml..., tender to Took at his tongue. A little blcar-l-ona-te passes, tbo boxes being oxhausted of air by & mouth of the fish, which thus slowly broiled far the fauillr( and a cross with Rowland of soda tones up his stomach and sets ran as luo wob moves. Tills withdraws tho AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. lead u the beat produces a very fine animal. I Lto. Lancaster mT" 7S 20 am; over tho coals. ' tbeBuortborn II ami. mat calves begotten by this Arr. Klchtnond him on bis feet again. Aud so It eroes from surplus water that has not been removed by all the will II M am, Tuore were many onen-al- r restaurants In TheCountrr Oeotlemso If the Leading Jour- full burgood pilcca dsl vcred at weaning time. at 1 Inclosed spaces, each having its band of music morning until night. There's tho fellow who tho siovo and rollers. nal ot American AtrlcultUfs. la amouat and M 3iii,r,KitIwy. Le. Richmond ... I 2 10 p mi 7 00 ami. ir. Arr. Winchester..., 10 ptoj practical value of contents. In estent and ability am'. and supplying its guests with beer nnd other wants somothlng for dyspepsia, and the man 8IZINO AND CAtXNDEntVfl. aunfjid, iso.tl . Art Paris 20 pnj correspondence, In qualltrof paper and style S to a m of Tho sheet, having acquired considerable Of publication. It occumea he first rank. It ia be- refreshments. English walnuts, which grow who says he feels as thouch a nleco of icn hml LexlDton iS m 23 a u I.t. I'arls ........., s ao p ml 7 20 a m 2 40 pin 41 hero, were sold in great profusion. All over lodged In hU stomach. Then there's tho toper tenacity, is dried by passing between rollers UsTed to hare no superior la either of the three Lt p S pm 18S7. Europe Munich beer is celebrated, and Mu- with a rrlck In his sido, and tho dude with heated by steam. Then cornea tho siting, chief divisions of " Cyntblana. 8 p m i M a in i 17 Dm 8 s 7 p mlO Ola ra B is pm Falmouth . nich Is par cxcellcneo tho great boor drinking the big bead, nnd the merchant who has got without which thi closest texturod paper C 00 p m II lOami C 4 pm Farm Crops and Processes, Arr. CoTlnglon place. A grand pavilion, decorated with to bare something for tbo toothache. It is would not recclro bik and not spread a blot overgreens and flowers, held the seats from getting so now that n man who has anything Tho sizo is the common, gluo of commerce Horticulture & Fruit-Growinwhich tho royal family looked on at tho tho matter with him goes into a saloon to mado from rnwhido of cattle, but it is naTMVii.1.: hkanuii. A.TE1X). IIiXiTJ games and sights of tho, volks fest, and about seek- relief. In fact, it is getting so that no hot and quite thin. A uocond partial Live Stock and Dairying, man gets too great to ask a barkeeper's adthis tho crowd eurgsd for n glimpse at tho drying, edging of tbo continuous web by rotT. 31, iTo SsT Wbllelt alio Includes all minor depigments of ruprinco regent, who has assumed his royal vice ' Chicngo Herald. HoaTH'UoctiD. tary shears, and a cutting across Into sheets, ral Dally llaur combines ths choicest literature Inttrtst, such as the l'oultrr Yard, Untomolo-gr- . Kn. buo.IKi, Hut. HarDeifa completes th operations of turning liquid, iuua suiri- - iuo smciao oi uidnig u in June. Oreenbouo aud Ursncrr, Veter-Ins- rj and the fiat. it art Illustrations win ins mini Imposing on an Kxpert. Tho peoplo Idolized the mad king nnd he mou uielul lamuy reumg. its Lt Corlngton, milky pulp Into elastic, continuous sheeta of (luesttons and Auswers, hlro-sl- fashions o Itenlles, 2 00 pm wruera Heading, Domestic Kconoinr and a suiaraary stortrs. and L and CMijs by in " lzlUKton his debts 10,000,000 marks (510,000,000) An old California miner told mo of an ex- a substance almost Iiiiermeable to nlr. 2J pm looms ketones are tinsurpsisoi. in " l'arli ui mo ucweui toe weea. us marset lleportsare and Its humoruiu IS I lil 5 20 p ui wblcli U tho greatest jwssiblo proof of their port assayor who bad avoided overy snore. From "ti: 4 machine" tho sheets, still dnn. unusuillr coupleie, and inuoh attentlou Is Dald paperaoneoealetk ...a, (a Jmp.Iv. art. hntlBt. Arr Mlllenhun: .... S 4 a ir 0 41 p w adoration. Yet the madness nnd jollity went, ,ir bad the habit cf taking into tho mine bo from tho Ktlnr. are removed tmlrvinn- ifiu to the prospocl of the crops, as throwing light up- - keeping In all lis far nches.cookeiy.cle., tuase it Cerll.le 9 Ot a w 6 OS p iu . niuseliolJ. Its beautiful " Jnbr.sou..... on ns if ho had, never been, this king who wns to test, bags, In which bo carefully de- and are d- ted by sun and outer nir iu pleasant " wnen 10 Indispensible In ever, D Id 6 96 p ta .nj'whenT.oil 11 questions " MiytTllle 10 20 a is 7 4 lived aloof from his eople us though bo were posited tbo sjecimens bo found, lying, labelp'atea and patu imMtpeco.t id subscrlp-ablelpu weaher, and by et.wun heat in Inclement Null. tat.SSrtl.'suwtj in a llberalir Illustrated cjnllntinllv lnrrA.i. (s tossve manyt ing ami sealing, then carrying them in tho a god. Munich Cor. Courier-JournMal,kers Not a line Ro- Tfr;Ju7l vuiu.. imj mo men suujectcd to tlio sing Uegtco and in tho lat s"nio of the terui, a tion by being their own dn ,nt could shock the earn to bis own homo. His repoits gained action ol hydraulic presses. They HOUTH'HOPtD. Dally Dillr Is admitted to column I , are then P.x. Hue, nuu Implicit liehef, henco the greater desire to calendered by means of n inaehlno of rolls, I.lvf, .tRrliMilftmU XctVMjmirer, uiosi fastldloui lis tatiu. Million of Washboard. Lto MartTllltf 3 (ft a ml 12 U pn Millions of ivosbboards are mado and told dtvelve him. A man onco followed him to three of chilled Iron and two of papor. Tho Allhough the " J.II'IH-- ll .. .. fi VI a iu iriue, 29 p in In tbo United Btates overy year, and at least thetiain with f.Vl and bribed thoorter of papor rolh nro formed of dUks of thin gustly tnlaigid, t'ountry Oentlnnsn his ben ..II 00 tti Irnus conitnue as below Harptr'a Weekly ' C.rhnl-.- .. . 7 m' tip in tbo sleepln;: rnr. Into whoso chargo tho bags manllla pnpor, cut in presses to when paid strict t" adrsuci. 7,200,000 nro sold .. i 00 y between tbo diameter, 7 G a mi 2JMpu Mlllei.lhli? Ono Colir ODf . lien .... 8 IB a as' S IB p ui .. 4 00 Arr I'arl mountain nnd the Jlltsourl river. hail bnjf committed, to leave them with him with holes through their centers for tho re- faitdltioijalcoiiy T.ar. Si S Imir (v.,TA.ein ..l . Harper'a Msgaalno ... lor the rear Pee tu tne sender ol Uarpci'e Hiz.tr for nn hour. Up then, by " IXllhtldD. . . 9 06 a a e ig pm of lino ception of the shaft Theso nro (.. Thero nro two factories in Clovelnnd .. 2 00 hidi metnllie syrinxes, Injected Into r s.u.aua anaitiocal conr one Harper's Young " QtTlinioa .siiuu, the II Ml Ul tf 00 pin I'cjple place by u bydruulia machino and turned J oar Irccto jruLuji .... tho bags certurn-ou- t 200 dozen wnsbbaird-ruiltr ut tbeclub day, ono in Hsrpcr's Franklin Square I.lrry one fCTAIInewauUrlbors for 18S7, rating In Toledo which turns out r00 dozen daily, and tain solutions, chlorides. I think, or gold nnd liko tho iron rolk Tho surface of tho turned 9 00 now, will receive the paper wevklr irom the silver, nnd returned them unojiemd to tho paper rolls nro remarkably smooth. (R2 nuiabcrs) ,.,. . hOTK. Trains SaDd 4 are dally between two in HL I.ouU wbleli turns out r 1,000,-00rettlpt of the remittance, to Januar j 167, with Uirpri'. Hjnjj Andy6rlei, porter's rustody. The nswycr, unsuspicious, Uxlunton and Cincinnati: olher tialm Tho sheets, after Ironing In tho calender cuiinaigv. specimen uni.Ualren. Address )? yesr a year- .- Cutenso Tribune. arudally except Sunday. tested every sampl iu bulk to llnd tho machino, nro cut in reams by n knife similar yK Keubin) LUTIIEK rUCKEK A fcON, iibll.be a. jsiroci conn ruonsare fuaile at Winchester with amount of silver av 1 gold, and made a very inform and nation to that of tho French hesspeske A uqio lor ait. atorllnc. Ashland. aioinr, wew rotk. A Western Hotol Sign. Postsgo free to n'l ubKribcr In tbo UaUff Kiiiguitio reiKjrc. guillotine. Tho sheets aro then sorted nnd ff n"Bgt0C' Cbarlestoo, W. Vs., and KaiUrn clt. and Canada. A sisn iu tho room of n western hotel Is On tho strength of this the minejvns bought counted, tho soinowhiit defoctlvo nt, NA. u nim ouos going .,.. ....... ....... H .n.t i. ..... ..I . ........ said to real as follows: bIndian clubs and of those whoe agent tho Injector iuu in niumcuier w uii SEMf. WEEKLY '" The Volumes ot the the R.ztr bglo with tho rmanD'' nd 'ing uars neiwoet dumb belli will not bo periiilttodin any of placed under charge of iho nssaycr, ivn, and stampinterior grauo ot paper. Tuo company's Is embossed on each khect under n As soon first Number fjr January of each year. Tl'eQ no alwiSwi Wluehwu' 7,;,p,l,c.bcaona' tbo roomv. Quests in need of exerclso can po as work was liegun tlw latter found tliuo Is tocnllonivl, subscriptions will b.;ln w.th R with press. down to 'Jjo kitchen mid pound n etenk." b,P"'r theNuinWrcuricnrt at lime of receipt of orJr.' Th'SlV k.,l,1 J""1 rallioaJ. cckl to nr horror that ho had been imposed on, For Ruled rnjior lmslts lines mado in a mochluo ,e1 T.i Uoucd Volumes ol llnrner's Hsxar, for tlieo Exchange. weeks, as my informant told nie, ho ilrovo that Is essentially back. In neat cljthblndlPK. will be sent by rifs ',0l"rBullttv "" 0a "' '6"-- " h" mH.1 Tte Ink fa on, with bis hair standing on end, determined morq fluid than that used postpaid, or by express, fre ol expense (prorlds for writing. Tbo Good Ilenson. tbefnlghtdoes not exceed ono dollar per toIuuioiS to strlko somo new lead "Why do you build such a flat roof to your his report. At length, which should justify ruling pens nro of shoot brass and u-IorS7.0uper roluuie. . lrT' i!VnA18nt,B , Gen.Pawit much lower down, tulies fed from a whole tubo, to bouso?" asked an Austin business man of a hoHmnlo a find" r,,x'DS'on tsssi loreacn Toiume, surniiie ror Wnd- IVjTlnston, KV. whieh exceeded his first which tho Ink rises from a trough hv mr,n,, leg, will be sent by mall, postpaid, m receipt of I friend. claim, aud thou ho was satisfied, Leadvilio of wicks, us oil iu an tl.oOcach. I (lunural ilft.. U. ,Dk'u"l ray Vbbbbbbi ordiuary lamp. Tho "Bc'causo," whispered tho other, "I want to Letter. 3T-- liArT IteiultlsDcej should bo raaJe br roitofrtr-.- i Mnn. BBBsBBBPy!Vniia"fMBaBeBasBBBV packing iu boxes supplements all this work, jmiSmIXnsMMMtKmLA fftrati Weasel I v 1 eyor Drat', to avoid chance of losa, put n inortpngH on it us soon as it 13 finished." anaamiraiiMBiiiiiwsiHiw isiiiKeiiiHisiHi sei Newrpapcrs aro not to copy this adreit'sement mid 4tho sheets are ready for tho market Texas iftlnss. Gen. Putnam's Tiec. without the express order ot Harper A Orolbera. Boston Budget Address JIAlU'KitA HUOTUEUS, New York Tbo famous "Put's tree,'. uear Crown To Hcmoro Cllnkors. S Point, to which Gen. israel Putnam was tied A rickpoebet's Trick. To rcmovo cIInkeiB t win tho stove, rprlnkle by the Indians and rescued just as tho torch "CM. ICHESTER'S ENGLISH." common tablo salt on iho linings when the was being applied to the faggots, A now trlek in iocketpIcking has boon diswas reTIieY a Tidiiiiii nun srniy sii'iiiiiue. 6tovo is cold. Uso plenty of it. Build a cently sent to Saratoga where w covered n K'lUM.. Itowsrtsf worthlrM Imll.tlool. it ill bo pre- Walsh, iu Atlanta, whero tho Hon. Patrick " LADIES. Ak jour llmnltt 19 br moderate flro wood or coal and in a day or served. Boston Budget. lll4iDlme of Augusta, was robbed In a crowded .or .ni:ii.n--Bii... wi.nirr.ir melon "S LUim 8TANKORD. KY, 8rA.Nl'OBD, KY. rlk.Ur Ih l.(fr hr rplura mall. two tho clinkers will bo cone. Hall's Journal hotel elevator by a young man who said: ." Ohlehctsr Chemlrnl Co., m,Mall.uu hiiuarti, I'hll.J., I'm of Health. "Excuso me, pleoso sir, but my watch chain W. P. WALTON, . - Proprietor For Wooden Coeg. w. Holdb-- KV.i. .,,,'WI,Vft.112 "fhlfke The best material for cogs, whero it can bo Li caught in ono of your buttons." Is wan in fniirrorul 1'ltt. T.k. a other Gold Dollars at n Premium. W. WALTON, ler" t.igll.S'-- 1 obtained, Is vell seasoned second growth straightening out tho pretended entangle-men- t .L.BOOBNE, Btanford. of Stsgo, 20x50. Eight complete sets ot feceu Gold dollars are said to bring a premium of eiio that the larceny was committed. Now Forsalebylrrv ery. Boating capacity, including gallery, W) twenty cents In Philadelphia because of tbo white hickory, but maple and birch are ex York Sun. Mleaannable rates to good attractlous. published erery Tuesday and Friday at th large number made into bangles; aided by tensively useu ror this purpose. Boston low price of Budget. tho fact that only a fow thousand of them ws eonllillr recommend i Taxation of Foreign WorhiiMii, ,em.,tr nro coined each year. Chicago Herald. It is proposed in tho French nationul as- riVO DOLLARS 1EI6 All English l'uullo School. nontoui(utGonoiilij rr.f. u ami i;itcu All English rector expelled a boy from sembly to put n tax upon rl TO S lllTltl U'a have sold conilJu. cf all rOcsr.slul boi i.l A Cautious Mind. I, srntln enery ct. I: rehool because ho did not mako obelsanco by foreign workmen in tho 1'nrlj woik's'iopa. DJ3NTI-- . IV glrtn ittiifatlca. muenirutun. Mistress (who bos been asking about the liowlngto his clerical majesty on Italian and German mechanics crowd tho tho street Icett Ai List, 8TANFOKU, K1 Jfrieelbrlh. christening) And is it a boy or a French factories and, ns they aro generally Tho school is a public one, receiving a governliruiCasBletlc iiuii.?r. 7. without families, thoy nro supjosed to bo . ment grant Oflce South aid Male eltra't. t n. -- Of ALL CLAftSKraaolnnstl.i Bridgot Shuro, mum, I don't know; but the MrersHotoh much better off thuu French workmen who Druftlttl. uaio. )a ertmlrl't-- '" A flat folluro A poor pancako. 1.1 they're bavo domestic burdens. Now York Bun. blin Nora. Life. iPnreNnrou. tltlde 1.00. Noatly Cheaply at-tl- rq tho church interior. But what was most was tho fact that now and then a peasant woman, in her plcturcsquo attlno, would lcaro tho crowd, and, advancing reverently to tho steps of tbo altar, would kneel there in devout worship, visible to tho cntlro congregatloft, and yet utterly unconscious of aught tavo tho solemnity of this annual privilege a privilego to excite tho wonder and g neighbors in remote envy of Bavarian villages and Tyrolian forest homes. On other Sundays In such churches ono sees no peasants at tho altar of a royal church at least, this was tho only occasion on which wo saw this closo Intermingling of patrician aud peasant life, and this phaso of its exhibition tns more interesting than tint revealed by tho volks fest In nil its mad jollity. There Is a reason for this. Such a fcstlvnl indicates in Itself ft wldo license In iwrsonnl Intercourse a freedom and hilarity of manner that Is foreign to America nnd which shocks tho American visitor by Its reckless lack of restraint. But within .the church walls or in the picture galleries ono sees peasantry in n dlpnlfled aspect, nnd associates It with tho rovcrenco nceordeU to the place. It would l In'rmillilo to bring within n narrow sjiaco two '.vidcr conceptions of art than that revealed lyth!3 church interior with Its marbles nnft frescoes and gorgeous vestments on tho ono baud, and tho plcturesquo peasant attire- - on tbo other sauctioned by tradition, nnd reverently lulher&l to oven in this world of nrt forms which Munich certainly is. riCTunnsgrn peasant Airmn. Over n bright skirt of ouo color thero is n bodlco of another; this bodtco Is laced across tbo front, with n silver chain, or held together by elasps of silver set with jewels. A gay silk kerchief is folded about tho neck' and shoulders. At tho back tho corner Li caught up into a fold and held by a similar clasp, wbilo silver boads, also jeweled, adorn tho neck. In the hair jeweled combs ore worn, with long streamers of wldo ribbon. The waistcoats of tho men flash with a profusion of silver buttoi.'. exquisitely carved and frequently set with jewels. Tho stockings nro not entire, as with iu They aro simply embroidered buckskin or silk shapes mado to loco over tho calf, leaving tho nnklo ond knee perfectly, baro, and tho name, literally Tho low translated, is "calf stockings." shoes, short knee breeches, nnd jaunty hat, with a little feather on ono side, make a picturesque toilet. In sotno districts the woolen hats have such broad lirlnis that they pro- trudo beyond tho shoulders, andsproduce an exceedingly grotcsquo effect. Tho little children whom wo saw with their parents were simply mlnlaturo men and women, repeating tho costumes of their elders. Tbo festival was Just wliat its namo a festival for the peoplo nt largo, and in its innumerablo side shows, roller coasters, etc , suggested an American agricultural fair. Each booth offered for salo Its peculiar kind of wares; everybody laughed and jested and sang. Thero was a home-stayinim-pli- oj merry-go-round- to be Getting How the rrcsldcnt 111 FlcsH Reduced. Since bo camo to tho White IIouso tho president has been rapidly gaining flesh until he now weighs fifty pounds more than he did when ho was elected. Ho does not take any exercise. Ho drives out for an airing overy pleasant afternoon in a comfortable carriage, but tho rid i doesn't give him any more exorcise than it' bo spent so much tlmo in a rocking chair. Ho is getting so fat as to bo uncomfortable ns well as ungainly, and has lccn in consultation with a doctor of tho Swedish massagn school. Tho doctor docs not any drugs, nor does ho uso tho Banting system of dieting. He simply recommends the movement euro, and hk treatment of tho president Is very funny. First tho doctor makes him Ho flat on his back on tho floor, stiffen himself out with his arms down at his side, and then ralso bis feet In the air with his heels together, until his degrees. lees nro at an anglo of fort-flvThis Is repeated several times, and until ono ha tried it ho cannot realize how difficult and exhausting it is, for none of tho joints in tho lxly can bo moved except thoso nt tho hips. Tho next movement Is to ralso tho feet in tho same position, nnd inovo tbcm around in tho air, so that tho heels will describe a circle. This is more difficult still, nnd nono but accomplished gymnasts can do It nt tho first attempt. Tbo third movement is to stretch out on tho floor, with tho face down' nnd then ralso tho lody on tho hands and tecs. After this has been ti led tho patient is to stand n tho tips of his toes nnd fingers, and mnko motions ns If ho woro swimming. By going through this process Ihreo times n, day, nt first only n fow minutes, nnd then longer, ns tho muscles of tho stomach will permit, it is claimed that a fat man can reduce his flesh with rcmarkablo rapidity. Washington Cor. Omabn Herald. pro-scril- to o DESCRIPTION OF THE VARIOUS PROCESSES OF MANUFACTURE. THET0NS0RIAL ttattoa, ARTIST. lioi-l- A' jty otto Volte jf c V.M zxmf Hi BhaTliwaod Ilalr ruttlni done la the latest style. Ladles aud Children glren particular at- ..'tVaaUaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiHE a Cutting tho Into l'leccs In the Cleansing Engine Iteduetlon of the lUgs to l'ulp llluelug, Slilug and IlitRS WHbMbbIeA The Champion Horse I hare d Shoerl lt: ( iaHswaaaaaaaaaaaMBWaaaU Calendering. Tho materials for good writing paper nro cotton and linen rags of domestic gathering, supplemented by importations. Tho rags como to tho mill in bales nnd aro assorted in several grades and then cut Into pieces by hand. Tho cutting Is douoby girls and women, sitting In front of a bench, to which is fixed n short blado like a small scytho blade. Tho rags, picked up by tbo handful, aro drawn across tho keen edgo with great rapidity, tho operator occasionally using a sanditono rlflo just as tho mower does, so that tbo dusty room resembles, to tho car, a flold of busy mowers. At a second sorting all tho buttons, pins, hooks and eyes and harsh seams nro removed. Tho rags then go to a duster, n largo cylinder of woven, wire, o of which is n shaft carrying a number of blades of pinto iron sot in a spiral form on tbo shaft and revolving at a rate nt speed higher than that of tho outer cylinder. This marrel I purity, Tblst neTirTarle. difference ef speed, with tho spiral setting strength powder wholeaomcnea. A 'Mora economical trnl of tho blades, insures a constant stirring up tbsn tho ordinary kinds, sad am not be solo of tho rags, and their gradual progress from couirotlton with tbo multitude of loir test .abort phosphate powders. 8oMonly weight ono end to tho other of tho cylinder, aud their ORBS. a'.uni or KOTALlUKIHa HOITDKB O, la final discharge at tho open end, loft Will Slretl, Mew York Tho dusted rags then go Into a rotary MACK BUUCK'3 boiler mado of boiler iron or steel, revolving on journals, ono of which Is hollow and admits steam nt n pressure of from forty to & sixty pounds to tho square Inch, corresponding according to Itegnault's tables to n heat I ssTonow of from !.x.y to SOS degrees Fahrenheit With tho rngs Is introduced a certain quantity of limo water to nrist In tho cleaning, tho ob- A Full Lino of Whoat Drills nnd ject being to start tho color ns well as tho othor Agricultural Implomento, dirt; for white writing paper is mado from BnlJei a colored rags as well as from white rags; only tho finest note and letter paper being mado Fall Lineot Baggies and Wagons from clear w hlto rags. Theso rotating boilers nro of n capacity of a charge of rags Alwsjs oa luid. Id connection with uiy Implement billions, I will slso carry s weighing from 4,000 pounds upward. The boiler is usually rotated by means of a worm Complete Stock of Lumber, wheel on its solid journal and a worm screw, and it is charged though a nunholo that Both tough snildresteJ.. Prices on tTtrjthlog a when in place is securely packed. As the times are dull anil money scarce and a no rent to pay, I will give my customera adrantag work at very low prices. I will mske meat reduction for eaib la prcces, Home Shoeing, Cttnh.KS Cent or 91 lV J Month. ReAll ifX hare fe taken la exchange for kinds ot produce work. pairing or all kind done neatly ana In good style. Bboelng saddle, trotting and harness horses a specialty. Painting from t3 to 14. Resetting tire making sew tire and, putting oa 13, for trsgea, Other work In proportion. Thanking my friends lor tbelr kind patronage la the put, I solldt the same la the future. N. SID TLATT, LOVIBVILLV. f; liO-lja- n WAZTEH FIELDS, JK., MYERS HOTEL, DB. W. B. PENNY, POWDER Absolutely Pure. fcStuntorrt, STANFORD. KY. DENTIST, Propr IiTontualcy. E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains Ita Hip-- h Deputation, ANU 9B2fSS3NB Jfl jT Il?a W sTP i7 i 8 VT it Bnall bo noooud to no Conntrv Hotel ia the 8t&te in ita Pare, er,JroP,rioto.r l Dotermined that OSre on Lancaster street, rest door to wo Journal offlco. OOco iiouis rromS toll a M.and 1 to 6 r. u. Anesthetics administered when necessary. liSt-lrr- .l lt. Appointmonts, or Atten. tioa to Comfort of their Quest. Hangs Buggy Implement House. ,!t9Lth"Kt.' L.&N. hIII bs fostered to nod ftom tbsn Conmettlal ,!'cUI aeeonodaUos rratelera. The liar will alwyji sapplled nltk the caotesst brands of Llgiors aad Clwars. 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