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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886122801 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. iimi Vol. xiv. Stmi-tESctklIttftrierlra- & lUrrKln STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1886. Doomed to Defeat rntftia FOR RENT. wish tornatmy liouaosndlotonUpnfrMsIa fitreet, In Htatifurd, now occupied br Mr. W. at. Boils for the year 1887, Mmmsnclog with January 1st, ll87. ! NO. 189. II. K. TAYLiHC, Of LOOAN OOUN CY, Is a Caudal or tbe offlee .1ipe?,,n,nc,'"'.t of Pu'"0 lnruetloo, subjeot to the DeraocratiobtatsConvdnllon. Published THCMtiHun -- AT and Vrlrtnun ex- 3 V rBttA.NNUM,CA8II. understood If ws credit that 11.80 will be pected and demanded. R W. P. WALTON GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE XltAZH23 TXIJ3 LOUD. GlUt KIT 8TAT, Dec 21,1880 Deaii Imtemoh. Wo aro lying at "Cation roInt,"115mI!en boT Memphis, tsklag on wed, as wo have- bea at interval all day. Wbal reec? Cotlou eeed, of course. Wo are already. '" Way down rktith In thel end of cotton, 8TKAMER - 'Simmon ssed and sandy bottom," and aa colton seed was mere 'trash" when that aong wis composed, the "seed" of the melody Is not the aced of com merer. Tbli invaluable commodity was oaco thrown away aa worthier. Nw It. ftverj fragment is of golden value. Oy no improve! process the little fins o' cotton 'j hardly had a wink of sleep for 48 hours. , I'oorellowti The banks of the Mississippi aie skirled by almost Impenetrate nnd rTJdijieui Inr esls, chiefly wnlle otic, oittoo wood, popUr end some walnut. Bcsttered cyprers herv end there, relics of once marvelous growths now almost extinct. The banks are per pendlrular and about an avenge cf .'50 feet high, I should guts. To overcome this a long landing singe swings from tbe bow oi tbe steamer, down which the bags of corn and ed, or bales cf cotlou are elidden sometimes by a hspless turn plnmp Into the rivet; but not often One bale of cotton went there for ui today, but was recovered undamnged. We hays been continually going on shore to examine cotton gins, cotton preseeH and the general landcctpe ns seen from the top of the banks. I know our friends at Fulton Ime spent list night steeples, and watching and will snreiy repeat it. As I finish this tho fj baa rnon and the boat Is tied up, perhaps for the night. It Is raining though, jutt now, which will dissipate tho mist, it may be, and let us pss on our voyage. We bad a "farewell service" of song and addren to night very precious Wo are deeply Interested in our fellow puvengeie on this voyagi bv the Granite State this voyage of life, rather. Good night. Ever ht left by the (In upon the eed f. stripped and ntilictd for fibre, the acrd, undor prea aura, yields a splendid oil, and the crushed hull command! a high price aa the bat Like the refine of the pas factory, which once wa an uninitiated nuisance, for which a price waa paid forreoioTal;but now bo valuable thMt a gas comptnr could even make money by supplying Ry gratia aa tha secretary of a Urge establishment In London once told me, In sober earnest. From tvltlch I aatbvr a Rosptl letaon and tikb courses. I hare lived to ate so many thtai; In tht natural world rejected by Ue ginerattoo aa valueless and treasured by the Beit, aa a pearl of price, that I begin to ettlBute first refueala of religious truth at tbolr true yalus, waiting patiently for that "second, sober thought" tl at aute'y brlnps a rtwfiii cf the verdict, if ted truih be inJMUi, Gro.O.Barsw there Well, thUalxtiayV trip dun tho river hae opened up qnlte a new world to ua all, I alose bad nude the voyage, and that 40 year ego, when en roota to Mexico aa a volunteer toldier. I only remember it as a hot, unpleasant journey, in the middle of Jaae, with 1 i' tie omfort for n "high prl vale," who hid to sleep where he could, cjoV l.Is oivn victuals, fed and water hi horse under exceptional difficulties Jam aed together at the poor brutes were on the lower deck -- and little leisure or indication to admire the beauties of nature or take Botes of travel. I sent you a telegram from Cairo, Boon after we admiredtba "meeting of the wa tare," where the mighty currents of tbe two grand rivers mingled. Aa we skirted tbe long ice fields that were (hating down from the fre rea upptr Mitsisiippl, .and aa our leaner turned into the majeatlo river that Is justly named tfce 'Father of Water," we looked upon one of those eights that cm sever be forgotten. Cairo looks like what it Is, an unrealized ideal. Ltld out rn tbe scale of Chicago, with occasional house dotted over a vast expanse of mudhole; icircely anything rising to the dignity of a continuous street; only abortive, If pretention, "block;'' the stately brown stone poatoffiee, located where the ceolre of bmine.w ws to be, but pathetically suburb to still; and the T.'.olc forlorn prospect, though hard froiin now, sUKKestive of what in th summer time can only be demibed by Co rules Keade'ii pithy sentence, as "ink, stink and malaria,'' What lifs wuuld be there in July and An. gust, under a strict mosquito regime, on sbuddfM to think. Tho situation Is untiv ailed from a business point of view, and tbe projectors of Cairo' maicnifioence 'only overlooked inundations and malaria in their ctlouUiions. Bjt t1iee two giants havealituil Bjaii of the days when million cf money have beon .yunk in defending the city from the encrotchraeat of tho two rivers, and science ehaH'luvo $an ished miasms, Cairo will yet be a mipnrb place and thapostouice will be In the ceo' Iro of the city. "3a mote it be," say I "Ii' foteen (quarts from beab, bt&," said a dsrkey, to my quoition si to .where the p MtofUce was. This man exaggeration, as I found out, but it expresses the opinion of the ''tower classis" ss to CiiroV aspirations. The contempt for an "unroai it id ideal" is tho common estimate put tip on oyery failure, "Nothing succeeda like auccsss." To fail is to put one's self where there are ''None so poor as to do him reverence " Ood is the only one who takes up a "dead ftat." Bleveed be Ills name, lie always does it. ' We piMod toe memorable battlefield of Belmont, opposite Columbus, where even tho redoubtable Grant wss worsted, The frowning bluff) above tho latter city are euprb natural fortifications. The eeml-ci- r. (Hilar beach below the higher bank holds looking Columbni i verv second-ra- te place. Wo have b.'en taking in corn, cotlca seed nnd cetton biles all day. The boat hands are simply worn outmaking acchl frequent iuuihk' otoo ui iuvju The tramp inureci(on is at an end at the men reeum tbe Lancaster work-housing work at after having been deprived of food for 33 hour'. The more vioient.membirs of the band have been placed in the ounty prison. Uoquenchablo fire is eating its way thro'igh hundreds of acres of coal in Wrst pres. moreland county, Pa., the flames having The late Dr. Megooa ujpd to tell this sto started some time ago in tho ehaft of the ry se illustrating how the Lord took care H. C. Frick Coke Company. By reason of of bis followers: When hu wss a student the fire some 800 men are out of work, and the coke company is losing $2,500 a day, be waa very poor. Oae Saturday ha slatted for Pishon's Ferry, intending to preach record for Here is Nuaolaivills'a on Sunday, without a cent in hia pocket. Caritimas day. John Walker, tbe news He walked aa far aa tbe ferry, but how to carrier, was accidentally shot in the leg by get across was the problem. "The ferry- another boy while fooling with a gun. Bill man waa waiting r.nd to hesitate was to be Smith had a gua discharged in bis face by lost," said the doctor. "So I stepped into Irvine Guy, putting out bis eyes and burnthe boat and sat down with apparent ing his fici. The gun was loadol with 'Where are you going?' asked blank cartridges. Jim Hagar waa ".truck the ferryman. 'Going scrota to preach,' I in the right temple, over the eye, badly replied. As we touched the other shote I gashing him, He war in tbe botel bar asked how much the fare was. "Nothing, salt room taking a drinx aad a was the answer and I took my bundle and collar wss the weapin me J on him, A went out on my way rejoioing " dozon minor funis characterized the day. e, stone-breakinhalf-poun- Some Facts Concerning Hfgs. The cost of a wig varies from $3 to $200, according to color, length, fineness of hair aod quality of workmanship The most costly are tluwe made on a foundation of hair lace. Eich hair is carefully sslected and knotlol to a math of the lace. Such a one is an "invisible wi " It can be parted anywhere like natnril hair An extrs floe full wig, with 20 Inch hair nsturally curly, cotsfrm$2) to $10 A UJ's lovlsiblo dty wig costs from $50 to $15(1 A lady'- foil Invisible wig, In fin blonde, drib, au burn, gray or white, of ny length of hair up to 30 inche, owl fnoi $123 to $2TO. A feature of the business is the ladies' half wig A great many women, it is staled, hayfian abundant growth of hslr on the bickol the hed, while little or nous r mains in front or on the top To part with the natural hair on the back of the head, so as to admit the adjattment of a wig, very few feel Inclined to do. It is in order to accommodate ladles thus s filleted that the half wigs haye been made. They coit from $10 to $30 -- New York Mail and Ex- - Too deplorable condition of the rp ih -psrly and the certain defeat which nwaiis tt in 16)S ar vrr truthfully, I o' s'imew'isi tearfully, m nrth hy ths New York Evening I'oil, a ll'e time a vocale of the republican party's interest. It says: ''The outlook for the republican party is not encnttM.(in. i In the first growing power of the prohibition! s almost no possibility ol reiMittlin.u eiicc- in any of (he doubtful S t'e, thor at the election, nf thUyesr or in lr8 In the tecond pltcr, Indeptndeht volts are becoming mnre numerous ipverv ilav. In tho third place the bugaboo of riMlir ruin in cae of a demncratio lo orv hn besn completely dus'roved. In fin f ur h place, the ntxt tiii)nl republictn cam pslgn will bavo to b wade without tht-aiof nnj enormous campaign fund lilt thote Ktlitred in firmer contests, Thee funds were colleoted minly from businws and InUiiitrial In erv.s which .were induc-ol.- tu contribute libarillf to .ward off tl e danger of democratic ruin.'In the fifth place, there Is Blaine. Whit la t be done with him? II he is nominated, his dtfeit is a forcoue conclusion. If he la not nominated, all his intlueuce will be thrown against the candidate who is selected in his ttad. No true Blainlte will allow it to b demonstrated that some other republican than Blaine on carry the country All of them will 'kniftf' him as tbey did Davenport in this State last f.ll." rn I lWsn 1. MRS, Kd TR IMA TS, Bfanford, Ky. T For Sale ata Bargain. Mllst. TnwIvatAie nffpr desirable reslJence with tm, Oi..S 1 nven roms w i, !. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF TOE arid porch- - Ac. LINCOLN J uind B(-- LAND COMPANY. About an acre of ground In the lot. For terms, Aa , apply to jj. A t.FOMi, i63' Agntfor 4Jt. Allord. o. Al having debts against the Lincoln Company arerequesttd to present to w. Alcorn at hlsorace InBUnforl.Kjr.them J"0'" Town Iiot For Asi,pr-fnt.tlrnof- lalc ! o. ti, n ten Ann, President. CITIZENS GEN JOHN ALEX VWtR LOO AN. NATIONAL - fonlloreg.rdioit. W. IT. Andcrssn. IeOer forsalo privately hlinwt brick houis and lot of two arres on Bomers- -t Avenue In Stanford. Tba place has all lmproremenu and Is n very desirable Ode. Call on or address mi at 8tan. thenectrj '. BANK, 'AM J. JJeflltttEliTS. IIOTJSTj OP LANCASTER, KY. NJGW-OilfI- 5 Oen. Logan died at his horn? in War. y afternoon of in tt 3 o'c oo (liiumuory r'f")m tui, titer a short ill Inutiiri Sii-id.- CAPITA!, - $135,000 00 MT VJBRN02T, KY". well-kno- ns's Hi was born in .1 ekion, county, III, February 0, 1826. He receive;! n common Bcli'ioJ ducilioo to id native coualy, and gradi;.id nl me I. uiviliUdiverliy He enlisted ne a pri'tit In iliti Illinois volun teer wbtm trin "ar wild Mxico broke out, nd rose to th rrik nf q ttrteruiatttr nnd lieutenant. Ui hi. return nfiei the war was over he w ,r clerli of Jacksin 11- county uhtqutu,i studied and practiced Iaw, Ilinrrnl several lertm in clt-clt- This Bank solicits accounts of IndlrlduaU. firms This old and Hotel is still mainand corporations. Its facilities lor making collections, fn all parts of the United States, are un, taining lta fine reputation Charges reasonable. 8pecia I attention to tbe traveling public, surpassed, and cutomera sro st all times granted .V. V. SEW CO rTt, tVo'r, any reasooablo accommodatlooi tbey see 'proper Mt. Vernon, Ky, to ask. We beg to offer our services to the citizens ol neli'aborlDg counties, without Banking facilities, anJ assure them that anr business sent us shall st all times bavo prompt and faithful at tention, m DinECTOIWt J. M. niOGINBOTHAlt, LEWIS V. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALTJER, J. 8. JOnNSON, J. W. LOOAN, L.F. HUBBLE, , T.M. ARNOLD, JOa. 8IMPiOS, B. G. MULLIN8. I I E. H. FOX, The PhotograpliBr, ,, Dmivillc. a - - - - My. Bill Nye, tbe huranr!st,oi the blooming West, cun'e that he used to try lots of remedies fur "Various people ctuie to me," he ssts, "with recipea for wooing the hair out of my glossy intellectual rink. Among them there cime to me a gentle man from Eoglati I, nimtd Marcrosiic, who claimed to htve beao royal taxidnrm!st for nine vsim, after wliiah h hai oisd as extrsordintryir several yera, n moving unicorns from the great and huhII lie said that he could grow waying crop on my bleak and barren brow for of 5. He now has the 5 and I atill retain my broid sweep of brow." well-known o.ild-beidist tr-o- uii counties. It will overlook every other structure yet built in London. It is pro prosed to erect the structure at the top of Oxford street, whero the ground Ilea high, and it is expected (hit the work will be A barrister, noticing that tbe court hml commeuccd in January. gone to sleep, slopped short In lLo middlo of bis speech. Tne sudden silence awoke Tne yonng ladies woo have formed the the judges and the lawyer gravoly resumed habit of chewint wax will be interested in "Ab I remarked ywterday, my lords" knowing that a writer, wh knows wheceol The puzzled fudges stared at each other he eiaak, aaya that constant action of the as though they half biliered they bad been jiws in chewing cum has a tendency to N Y. In- hatdeo the muscles of the mouth and ct.eek, asleep sinuo tho previous day. dependent. giving the faco a hard, criminal expression, while the undue ibw of saliva leavoa tne At tne Frtshyterian church Th'jrrdav salivary glands dry, the soft pilate becomes night, right in tbe midst of the Sunday bard, the vqiia cricked, harsh and ma'cti fohool exercises, a vigorous gripping waa line. hmd at the center door. In response to t,)i(iwmfi a stranger explaihdtbalho f It.woWd Indeed be a calamity to the thought it was a hotel tnd wanted- - to get Htulotoueldil tor me nomination rayeuo ,ln. It may ba that hn had tnken uome-i)it- n Hewitt for auditor. Ho is the only official to con'u-- e his hevl -- Georgetown the Stato hss bad from whom material benefit has been received for yeirs, and wo had Times hoped that his services would ba so univerI- - is tflhUuy statod thut tho American sally acknowledged tbat ho would have uo ns,vy at the present time consists of twenty-tw- o opposition. It was luck thst gave him to ships, all wooden, all worthless for us before and merit should bestow him ou fighting purposes and scattered nil over the ua News. ort We are a gre'tt four quarters of tho globa "Yes," said a paswngerin a street uir, nation SB lung as we keep ashore, who wa) arguiug with a friend, ''sow rsuu A Chinaman In speaking to himself aa are bora great, others achieve, greatuess he Irons a shir. Picks up a shirt showing and soma' ju thon a lurcVJ , tha car evidence of having been well oared frr and landed a fal woman in his lspt'-"- and same," eays. "Bsoheor. Him landlady fix film."' he concluded, "have greatowf thrust upon Picks up another, butlontess and all frayed them." -- Life. at the neck und wrists. "Mallled man," Oh. Clara," nald Maud, "Charley tbofc Wife (tending tbe paper) Here' is as tne a sleigh riding list night. I had such account of a man In Iowa who sold hia fun. I drove. "What was-th- e natter with wife for peventy five dollars. Isa't it dread Charle)?" "Stupid! He could'nt drive fu'? Husband (thoughtfully) -- Well, I with his teeth, could he?" dunnr, Sever t7fi?e dollars is a good deal "For what is it tbat my sad soul yearns?" of mosey. atks a poetess. We don't know, dear, un. Orcen'i Electric Oil euros all aches and paint. Iea-- t it is for the editor to send you a check For site by McKoUrts A Stg ai 60c. IriKtesd ol the little nute, "Ktturntd with Or ten's (JoJdcn Balm, sure cure for Osttrrk at thanks." - 8tsgg's. 60e, at JIcKoberti it', ,aV. . again,-rOlovorp- Theodore Lusby, a twolve-yeaold citizen of Noix Creek, Mo , waa po elate 1 at tbe recent cold snap that he could not en dure the idea of going to school. So he played hookey, not only for one but for four daya and then went home with his feet so badly fr.x in that the doctor had to cut oil each of hia ten toes. Ho knows mora than he did but be can't walk as well. r a large tower in London in commemoration of the Jubl lee year of Queen Victoria's reign. The tower is to be 410 feet hish at the extreme lop, from which may be seen eight or nine It is intended to construct OFIPiOJERet .' . jeari pr recming attorney. H) wb4 ,i iiieniherof ih UOlb and 37(h J. M. HIQOtNBOrnAM,PRE3T. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, Conrfre, reiiii:nin to enter tie" union J. P. SANDIFEB, CA8UIER, was st inn tMttie ot null run as rm. lie B. F. UUDSOy, TELLER. a priv-ttSubnq u.ndr he went to Illinois and rained a recitnent, of whibb he waa mtde colonsl. II ; rose to the rank of ma- JFJTVE jor general before tbe war cl eed. He went O. ogre- - Main In IS 07, and then first be Thou shall ko to MOUlt.SK'S tor all thy gin in mirac: atttntlon as & fident and vlg-iv- Chtlstmas Oooda. ReaD', Iburnehas just received direct from New York City the nicest and cheapest lot ever ip aicer urougm 10 mil uecK oi ioa wooui. Thou Shalt buv tbe medicines from Bourns III wa alrciod to fieUniied 8 ales 8en Reason: Bourne's goods are pure. Thy life la ate to succeed Richard) Yates, and eerved ioo Taiuaoisio oeiscrmcea Because oi inert rem edles. 1 tbe prao from 1871 to 1877. Ha Thou abalt marrr soon . very soon. Reason: The goose bone maiketh this a hard tice of law at Chicigo, whitber he had re winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will make moved, but wa snbstqnently again elected thee beautirul above thy (allows. (It thou dost to tbe Senate. He was in 1885 not desire to marry, thou cort desire to be envied oecause or tnr ncautr. Thou shalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne bat after his defeat for the vice presidency on tba materials. the ticket with Jamei G Blaine Thou shall have a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, violin strings, lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, His name was prominently mentioned warranted lewslry. Bourne hu thes and the finest lot of candles before the naiiunsl republican convention aver urouiht to atanurd. that met at Chic w In June, 1834, to nmn Tbou abalt kop lu mind tbat Eourne Is the iaste candidates tor president and vice clererai. man (eacept It. Cox) and the best man toueai wun. "Rosvs red, viol eta blue, president aa an available m in for the forBhaVcjDeare Bourne's laths place for rou. mer p.teitioo. Woeu the pluuied knight In fact, tbe half ot hia glories ami tine goods from Maine, however, fl tng his heels in the nave not ueen ioiu toes. in the fice of his competitors fjr the first place on the ticket, Logan's friend rallied TUE THOKOCailBKED to his eupport for the second place. He wis nominated amid grett enthusiasm and added greitly to the s'renvtb of the ticket HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL which was, however, doomed to defeat. 9IARQUIS OF ADELINE. In appearance Gen. Logan was com manding. He was dark skinned, and this, This fins Bull will stand the season now com with his long, dark hair and sweeping mui menced at my stable on tne Lancaster rue. one half mile from Btnnford Court House, a fS tho tache of tho same c thr, doubtless gave rise eotson, wi-- ins privilege oi oreeuing toe cow until tbscow proves In calf. Money due when cow to the soubriquet nf "Black Jack." His la first served. ruirged and not alwtys grammstictl elo Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, his aire Imported Apollo and Dara Imported Bout hern Uau- quence waa, nevertheless; powerful in Marquis of Adllene's dam, Adeline, ber aire ttaeuect upon iu auditors, in some res imporieu uncie loin uain impunou umy iiu-e- r. pects he wa I, he Mlrcbauu. There was For furtnerpartlcuUra as to pedigree see li.- much of the same fiery energy In bls peri This la a very fine young Bull from a celebrated family ot milkers including tbe cow Echo, tbe ods that characterize! those of the French0 grestest of htr day; ber owner having rofused man, There was aimllarity in their bold, for her. cattle bare taken the The Holiteln-Frelsla- n impetuous and out'pnfcen eloquence. lead as the best for tbe family, and a cross with the Bhorthorn produces a very fins animal. I R, F. rilmp'oo, of Lincoln county, will buy all the maU calves begotten by thla Jut died from blood prisoning Bull atgofclpiloee del vered at. weaning time. ?r. xiLr.FM, ciii'od by a bite upon one of his thumbs ctanford, Ky. 18011 by his with whom son, Infllced he wa playing. Buckhn's Arnica Salve INFORMATION Tbebt'tSsWe In the world torCuti. Bruises MANY PERSONS Bores, Bait Rboum, FsTor Sores, Totter, Chapped BX c thla teaton Uacdi, Chllblalm, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, tuffer from sod positively euros Tiles, or no pay required, I, Is guaranteed to glra perfect satltrsctlon, or uoney JItailathe, refundod. Price U cents par box. For tale by ICttiralgla, Pcmnj A MoAlltter. JVicumatltm, IM i the Interesting Experiences, Limbs, Jlatit and lllram Citaeron, Furnlturo Sealer of Columbus, Stilt; Had lilood, Oa., tells hlsXfertcnce tJxus:d"For three years 'Imllgestloi,Dy$peila. every remedy on. the tuirtct for Stom bare tried Halarla,CoiutlpattotSKtliit!Troubles. ach and Etdner DIerj. buliicot no rcllol. un h VOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, til I used Shuttle DUtara. Took five, hollies and risd Blood and KMnerTroublej, by cleanslnc the am now cur&), aaldlak ClecUIoBltUu th'elest blood ofallluliupurutes, strengthening oil parts Blovl Farluin the" world." Uidor A. B. Heed, of the body. Ltber'tk-'liy;- , of Weil uieJ Eicctrlo Bitters for an CORDIAL CURES old iUnllngldnV affection and says; "Noth Kenralirta, Fains In thJilmU, Rick and Side, by Mid was fnr f.itir theiniimMevM.turWrMn 1852 to 1857, COMMANDS! i. iK Tnri.ne fr.parttlon for patents, caveats, U Frames Made to Order. 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Moorn nnd Jamu liesz-leMsgjle llolnus. Crab Orch13)-l- y, Huff- ONDEf?FUL ttibscrlbiug for uroNOMY :h wi:.Vii.TiB. AH Uio I'ATTE INS ..'t v!v. oremittHhe year for nothing (a ev'ot f f . .ux UU to $4.w)) by -- SUCCESS. i -- ?ke hmhlj fei.rior hml NO ing has evar d,5bi me Bitters." UcAlliter. BOM st CO much HooX as Electric cents a bottle by renny A Fortunate Discovery. Cept. Coleman, scbr.'VTeyraoutb, pljlnx between Atlantic City and W. V,' Aad bosn trsubled with A Capt uln's toning the nerves and strengthening the muscle. CORfhWL' CURES DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion uid ConallpatlOn, by aiding the nmlm-llatlug- of the Fo4 tlftoupli Ibc i'rter action of the stomach It creates a healthy appetite. -- E)emo rest's iiEE:a WilhTwelvo Orders for Cut your own ealection sud P.-p- mij; 'jyagaine P.tt-rnlof h VOLIHA COHBIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, a cough a) thsths wai 'u'piblo to sleep, and was Induced to try Or. King's Hsw DlicoTC;ry ro Consumption, Itln'pt paly gave hlo' IneUnt roller, but allayed the extrome aorejaeis In his breai.t. Ills children wrealullarly ailected and a single doso had tho same brJpj,Q.ecu Dr. Klng'iNew Discovery la now tkS.sndanl remedy In ilie) Coleman household and'1 board tbp icboontvV (standard Remedy at I ree Trial Bottles of Depression of spirits and Weakness, by enlivening and toning the system. COtWIAL CURES OVERWORKED cf ony site. BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ro ONE YEAR, ?i and DellcsV. Women, runyend Slekty Children. It is delightful and. nutritious as a general Tonic. toltna Ainmnno nnd Diary , IK8T. A for useful Book, ljum1ome, complete and BALTIMORsT, MD.. U." $3.50 (THREE FIFTY). irlllnff how to CUItK DISK ASKS nt 1IOMK In nnleuant. nstural vrsv. Jtalltd on receipt of a Sc. postage stamp. Address fenny A McAUster's 'dt Drugstore. VOLINA DRUG ACHErVtlCAL CO. . A. - TH3B BSSA tJio 3tn(?n'.lnc. CONVAtMNCI Bt'OltlKii, POKUf, AM) DTIICII LtTEnAUT Ortpluul Illustrated J'Uotouriivitrr, Oil l'lttttrrn nnd fine IVoodcutn, vml.litgit tho JSettel J7n. ulnti of America, ' XTTIIACrlONB, IOWBIMNQ AltTISTIO. SCIKN- TiriO, AND lIOUSKIinM) IATTrt!. Hrrt-- l Jingrnr-intf- f, tollh D r nil E 22 O BEST'S m i .t ' ' f-- -- - Ubw Is jour Mocd Uio Green's Siruparllla I Kor sale by McRoberU A SUgg at $ I. . Use Oreen Cough ttiltain fjr coughs sad Files 00c, For sals by McRoberU A 8tagg. The I1UYEH3' GVZVZS, is tsurl Kept, nnd Hpi-tli- , cacliycnr, r.f3lv. 3,QOO tUuslrutiottK a vhole Picture Caller. OIVKSAVliolrcalo 1'rius consumers ou nil pootU tor BxllJ-i- , i roIJ. tHreet to Jiersouat I.UOICS iarlit',ivi.. uvtr .JTiij Uotv to . ? TTben Ilaby wm sick, we ro ber Caitla, , ' order, nnd Rives exact, catt'ok CYCiy thtK yon ue. eat) tlrtiilft'eniv or liare taa vrlilx. Ofeesfr iriV.tVMLE from tho snnrkrts of tUi tiorld. We .Till mall s copy I'Ilt,:K to uy nd- ilresa upon receipt of 10 etc. to drCrn-- f of mnUlHg. I.ct u Itcu; fruui you. ntiectfnlly, MOMTGOIV3ERY WARD & CO. U'iTJv'JTJ tVabrtnb Avenue, Chicago, til. -- or Saintly uc. When she wa a Child, iho criod jor'i.fo'rla, Wien she became MUs, sh clong t?7atorla, When aho ba4 Chlidron, she gave them CutorU routnla liifuriiiaUoix ficoaieil ' rxiM-ns- e liach MskszIiio 'contain a cenpon order rntllllnt; tlurhojdcr io tho clci ilun f a y rallern ilmstrattHi 111 the fashion department In thai nnmbt r, and in any of the sizes maoufsciunil, making (lattrnu tlurlni; tho y urof Hid ulm- - f cur tbrvi' dollars. DEMOItKSTS MONTHLY Is Jntly ctilllled tho World's Model Mosazlm. Tho J.ir;tt In Fi mi, the iMp-'tin Clrculiiloa, nd the t TWO Dollar Family Msimrlno issnril. 18ST will Ic tfc" Twenty, third year nf It publlcailen It l em tlruslly. Imas to ilot It n' tho head proved snd so Isrgo J of Fnmlly rerlodlcsN. I: out uln quarto, 8VxllU Incho, elantly pilnteii rind fully lllustrsrcd. ruollshvd by W. Jiiulnj New Yotk, AND OY 8PECIAL AanCWKKT COMW1IIF.D -l ij. Interior Jonrnal at $3.50 Per v?ar. sat : ;"- - i c !I'1 '!!" . - "" w Jl '" - X jMirM'mntj'wiimMniin 3imx-?BSetkI- jj Snteriorlottriral -- Dftooaber 1, Tho B0.000 tons of soot which ore taken out J. McNeill Whistler writes of Oscar Wild as "Oscar tho amiable, irresponsible, esuri- of London chimneys each year aro used for St&Bfo'U. tvy. 2', t88 frrtillttng purposes, and aro valued at ent Oscar." Dr. W. A. Hammond has turned out four (200,000, Tho first recorded coal mtao in America novels already and aaya ho Is going to writo ,V P WALTON. was tituatot) near Ottawa, Ills., being distwenty more. Dealer In- Fourteen United State senators havo their covered and opened In 10Ca It is estimated of all sons serving them in tho ca)aclty of cotumlt-tc- o that tho stnto contains known conl in North Amor'ca. A8 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL gOCS clerks or prlvato secretaries. Two members of tho French Acadcmv of M. Pasteur's health has Improred so much right along issuing ovory Tuesday and Sciences since his arrival at Borighera that ho intends structing havo discovered a process for conMO 7S OF CURRENT EkENTS. mirrors which glvo back past imTxiday wet or dry, rain or ahino, year to pass tho winter there. pressions. Tho underlying prlnclplo la tho The Russian minister at Washington is al- peculiar action of light on tho metal selenium, in and year out, wo did not deem it John Mo flit, a well knows temperance lowed (35,000 a year by his government for aided by electricity. necessary in our last issue to state that lecturer, died in St. Louis Saturday. tho purposo of giving entertainments. A doctor in St, Louis explains tho necesThe last Fayette Circuit Court furnishit would appear to'day as usnal. It it Frank Hunl denies tho sity for having two ears by tho fact report that he is going to movo to New York, sound Is always heard more distinctly by that were a question of privilege earned by ed 18 recruita to the penitentiary. ono 23 and says that ho will still cling to his homo ear than by the At other, and in thti way It Is faithful service and three double n um yearling Lewis Raul's sale in Garrard Toledo. In located. A man with but ono cur can hear mules brought $70 per head, bers in less than a month, wo might Many Dakota fanners this year raised flax Just as well as n man with two, but ho cannot Mrs. Eifxtbeth Scott, widow of the well claim the right to omit one iwue late Robert W. Scott, is dead at Frankfort for fuel, a ton of flax being considered more locato sound. valuable for boating purposes than a ton of The number of deaf mutea la tho world at these holiday times, but we waive all aged 76. soft COAL tho present Un Is estimated to bo from 3SSL.ST. The Appellate and Superior courts will Henry Stanloy does not go in much for 700,000 to WO.OOO. Inthecaroof this vast such rights and privileges in our efforts day of January, being stylo. Ho wears n old derby hat, a dingy number only about 400 institutions aro pro- XXVU&i. to serve our patrons and shall continue convene on the 31 brown overcoat, check trowsers , and an old viucu. r ranee una tno greatest number, Monday In that month. the about 07; tho United 8tatca follows next, with to be fouud at the old Btand making fashioned linen collar. The new bnitdioc for the Cincinnati Mr. A. O. Talbot, tho Kentucky gentleman &3, while Great Britain and Ireland havo 40, them the best paper for the money in Chamber of Commerce haa been awarded Tho recent lectures in New York nra aid who is talked of for the Austrian mbklon, the country. "We are the pioneers to a Massachusetts firm for $524,000. enjoys the distinction ot being a real live to nmuM KToatly the Chintn population, who aro all palmist to a certain extent, Tho H. P. Forwood, cotton merchant, of Kcntuckion who neither drinks nor smokes. having made that among is 'fond science baa been tanght departure over five years ago, and we LoaisTille, who failed about a year ago, hat ofEmprvns Elisabeth ot Austria, who recently thousands of years, and in Chinmo schools for as soon aa a Chinese shooting, has had targets erected are going to stay at the front, a fact been adjudged insane and eent to the asy at Linr, Ischl and Gcedoellce. The skill of tho boy Is able to work his future-- occupation is lum. empress In handling the rifle la said to aston- marked out for him by examination of tho which will not be allowed to escape the Charles B. Farwell and Got. Oglesby ish the the emperor, who has been for years palm ot bis left hand. memories ot our patrons. So here's are the leading candidate to succeed Sena an expert In tbe chase. Tho largest locomotive In tho world reThe president haa had some intervals of cently pawed through Bismarck, D. T., en looking at you, tor Logan. The Illinois Legislature meets cheerfulness In considering the momentous route to tho Cascado division of tbe Northern next week. and important question ot a new cook for the raclflc road. This engine waa built expressly Ohio gave Mrs. The governor of First Controller Durham haa disallow- White House. This subject has at last been oyinenonnernracincror uso on tho CasSarah Victor a Christmas gift intha ed the claim of Joha B. Moeby for $5,013 disposed of. The new cook is a Frenchman, cado mountains, and without coal or water weighs eighty-twton. JiVhcn in running shape of a pardon for which she had collected as few while United Statea Consul And came with recommendations from order she will weigh ninety tons. and other famous restaurateurs. been praying 20 years. Hers is one at iloag KoBg. The latest method of identifying prisoners Thar has been some talk of a wedding beCouncilman Patrick Scott, of Lexingof the most remarkable of criminal extween the Princess Louise of Wales and the which has been Introduced Into France, and Is also used to Russia and Japan, la to periences. She was sentenced to be ton, was run over and killed by an engine Duka of Augustenbcr?, brother ot Princess exact measurement of each prisoner get tho on his ia the LouUville & Nashville railroad William of Prussia, Ha is a clever young arrival at the Aang at Cleveland for the murder of yards in Jail His waist, the also of hi man of 33, and is the possessor of larca that city. head, tho length of Ids fingers and feet, the estates in Bilosla, besides having an income of ier brother, whom it was alleged she Bradford Dunham, general manager $75,000 a year from the German government. length and width ot his ear and the color of killed to get $2,000 insurance on hid of the Baltimore and Ohio system, bss Whllo Lord Lonsdale was in New York on his eyea are noted. A nhotocranh la then life. Through the influtneo of friends, tendered his resignation to President Gar American expressed surprise to tho earl that taken. It Is probable that a brklgo will be built so young a man should be intrusted With abhis fraudulenoy, Rutherford B. Hayes, rett, who accepted it. over tho East river, connecting New York solute power to appoint thirty curates to -- The wife of Charles Baryer, Bear Bash then governor of Ohio, commuted the church livings in England. "Ob, I appoint and Long Island City. Mr. Evarti haa inTills, Neb., while temporarily insane on forty-tw- o curaUw," said the noble lord, "and troduced a bill in the senate and Mr. Hewitt sentence to imprisonment for life, but Christmas day, killed her three children very particular I am, too, about their moral a similar ono In congress In favor of tho project. As there is no known objection tlioy after scrying tho State awhile, Mrs. and cat her own throat. will probably bo passed. The neceswry capiSenator Vest says ha bought n residence In tal has been practically secured and tho Victor decided that she preferred Oliver Bowman end Sam Bryant, nf Washington for 13,500; that ho paid (500 bridge will probably be started In a short death to a life timo of such work and Palaaki county, had a difficulty in which down and borrowed from Don CameBowman was so seriously stabbed near the ron at 5 per cent, and as security gave a deed time accordingly through her attdraey Now ho soys tho CREATIONS LOVVEt ORDERS. of trust on that the original seoteace heart that he can not recover. Bryant ia papers have the property. ot buying a magaccused him ia iail. A cow bclonglnz to Georco Counsel, of in the fashionable West End should be executed. The case was The old St. Nicholas building at Lex nificent residence Springport, produced a doubleheadod calf a carried to tho Supreme Court, but the ington caught fire Sunday evening, causing for 100,000. A curious freak of tho Into storm is the ab- few days ago. It had four eye, two tongues Court refused to recognize the demand a loss of $1,000 to it; $8,000 on Morgan & sorption of all the water In tho Elkbom river and two beads wero joined at tho ear, of JEwtia'a stock and $50(1 oa the Florentine at Wert Point, Neb. For forty-eigh- t hours which there wero only three. Tho calf after the governor had interferred. or mora the snow was driven with great forco weighed about lUO pounds, but did not Hotel. and mounted on an artillcial bough Into tho river above that placo in such quanMrs. Jessie Johnson, daughter of HenDetermined that no surplus shall tities that cradually tbo water was all ab In tho window ot a store In Mulberry street, exist iu the treasury and failing to get ry C. Mancb, of Chicago, and the wife of a sorbed. Tho same thing happened tn a threo Newark, N. J , Is a big gray owl, wbotfe outstretched wings measure nearly five feet from days' storm that occurred in April, 1874. through his educatioaal subsidy raid young lawyer at Enoxyiite, Iowa, threw tip to til. He flow against th headlight of a herself into the lake at Chicago and waa night train between Newark and Elizabeth upon it, Senator Blair introduced a drowned. AMONG THE RAILROADS. tbe other night. pension bill before Congress took a The personal property of the late A desperate fight occurred between a weasel 'Wisconsin Central earnings for tho mouth which if passed will be pretty ef- Madison C. Johnson, .of Lexington, has of November increased tOfiOCi. andnhawknear Schocneck.LnncoAtcr county, fective to that end. It doubles the been appraised at $170,191 35, and the real The Atchison. Topeka ocd UatUa Fo Rail- Pa,, ono day recently. A bystander saw a Monlloullo. Cleric. road company has bought Chicago and hawk alight on tho eround near some wheat rate to be paid toaainor children. It estimate is expected to swell tho amount to St Louis railroad, known tho tho Hinckley stacks and then dart suddenly up into the as near $300,000. air. Then tho bird fell to tho cround and a rood. gathers into tn pensionable classes weasel retreated from tho spot to the stacks. Brice Bottr, of Barren county, a broth No less than four railroads aro either build who were engaged in services those er of Mkor W. H. Bolt, late democratic ing toward Chatanooga, Tenn., or will bo Tho hawk was dead, tho weasel having sev"of a military nature," though never nominee for Congress in the 11th district, under way of construction during tho coining ered tho artery of the victim high In tho air. Mr. Edward Avery of Lynnbaven, Va., remustered in. It grants a pension, on dropped dead while playing with his chil year. Articles of Incorporation of tho Chicago, cently had quite nn exciting contest with u He arriving at the age of 50, to all fe- dren Friday evening. Ilia disease was Santa Fo and California railway liavo leen deerover tohad wounded ono nnd was toop-lug cut Its throat when another very filed with tho recorder at Peoria, Ills. The males who were nurses during tbo war, large deer made- n rush from behind, striking Maine men who are interested in capital stock is (20,000,000. The him with great force nnd knocking him heels and who may not havo "a comfort--abl- e stocking the State with quail have contracTho Kanawa and Ohio Railroad company over head down ft hill. For half an hour SMUMH.. insupport." In various ways it are preparing plans for macblno shops to bo man and deer fought with deperatlon. ted with the Tennessee Game Club of e (SO,-00- 0 creases the ease of adding to the penFinally Mr Avery succeeded In breaking tho Drugs, Books, Stationery and for 1,000 live quails which will be erected in Charleston. It Is stated that worth of machinery will bo purchased for deer's leg, and shortly after his brother camo Fancy Articles. sion rolls and tbo difficulties of reduc- delivered in Portland in good condition for tho purpose up with a gun nnd killed tho boast, ing thetu by official action. Finally, $2.75 a dczen. President Cleveland has declined to grant Tho engineer of a train on tho Western and I'bvitclsni' rrtscrlplloni sccureUW foujpouodfd Also Hugbitt, of the Atlantic railroad, which was speeding through Rev. n. C. Higgtns.of Kirksville. Mo., the requert of it practically removes the limitations was found dead Sunday morning on a Chicago and Northwest railroad, to run a Georgia at forty miles an hour tho other day, acts of paying arrears. on the branch road through tho Fort Mcndo military snw n dog on tho track wagging his tall at brick walk surrounding the State Asylum rcscrvntion lit Dakota. hi master, who leaned against a barbed wlro TnE greatest philanthropist of his for the Insane, of which he has been an in A cablodisjvitehfays that a syndicate of fenco calling tho dog off. lleforo Ids dogvhlp The Larpost Stook of Wntches, Ulocka, knew what it was all about he was struck by mate. He hul attempted to escape and Tnris and lierlin bankers has subscribed ia day, Mr. George W. Childs, tho Jewelry and Silvonvare tho locomotivo and his body burled ngaliwt falling, was killed. to build a railway connecting tho editor, mado a thousand Black hoa with the Persian gulf. At present bU makter, who was doubled up and knocked Sunday 38 freight and passenger Turkey lias only 1,100 of railroad, 000 through the fence. Tho man was not hurt, ins Lowed. WslchM. docks snt Jsvelrr Of hearts glad this Christmas by distribrepresenting every railroad lino of which aro In Turkeymiles but Micro was very llttla left of the dog. paired on short colic sad Warranto! In Europe. uting presents to the amount of $25,-00- 0. that enters the city, tendered their services The stockholders of tho Cincinnati, HamilEvery person in his large em- to the Louisville & Nashville aa freight ton and Dayton railway havo lieon called by ORIGIN OF SOME STATE NAMES. ploy received from $5 upwards and it brakemen, stating that they would report the directory to meet Jan. 7, lbS7, to consider Rhode Island ones of a proposition to Issuo (0,000,000 In bonds and Rhodes (Hows) in the Its namo to Is!osea, Mediterranean is safe to say that tho old gentleman for duty at any desired time. (500,000 additional In common stock, the prowhich it U said to rcfeomblo. The County pscsivedmoro "God bless yous" than on yesterday and Court of Claims convened ceeds to bo used for Improved terminals in The rivsr from which Connecticut Is named accepted the proposition Toledo and Cincinnati, and for additional was known to tho Indians ns "Qulnnlnticut," any man in tho land. of Receiver Huntington of the Kentucky equipment. which Interpreted means "nt tho long river.'' dealek in- G5 cents on tre GREAT LIBRARIES OF THE WORLD. The Cincinnati Commercial has a Central Railroad to pay Tho name of Colorado is derived from tho dollar in full of tax due the county. This Spanish, and denoted n muddy or florid aplearned editorial in which it proves to gives the county $2,000- .- Richmond Rag-latAristotlo Is said to 1 tho first known col- pearance, characteristic of tho Colorado vallector of a library, In SB B. C. its own satisfaction from the bible that ley. Tho Philadelphia library is tho oldest In tho "Arc" Is tho French namo for bow, aud women will not go to heaven. If that Mr. John Hall, who waj reported lo us United 8tates, was founded a century "Kansas'' tho Indian for smoking water, tha truo a number of us will give up last week aa sick but improving, grew and n half ago. It k combination of which is nppllcablo to the our strenuous exertions to get there. worse Friday morning and died about 8 Tho Boston public library was founded In leading stream of Arkansas. funds Tho word "California" first occurred in a Heaven without the women, God o'clock Saturday night. His funeral was 1S33 by 4CO.000 raised by city taxation. It volumes. novel entitled "Las Sergas do Ksplandian," from the M.E Church, South, Monday and contains bless them, would hardly be worth Tho royal library of Berfiii is the oldest blc published hi 1510, and tho namo was first his remains were buried with Masonic honlibrary on tho globe, lb was founded in 1C01 given to this country by Bcrnal Diaz C striving for. or', a large procession following to lie andfarB 700,000 volumes. ' tello, who served under Corter. Somerset Reporter. cemetery. red-ho- t Illinois got IU namo from tho AIgonq;ria Stealing a The congressional library now has 670,000 stove has hereFilmore Jamison, a prominent citizsn volumes, not Including pamphleUu Tbo now word "Uliniwek," meaning "Wo nro men'dc tofore been considered an accomplishof Ridceway, N. J., was run over and kill library when built will havo. a capacity of the son of belonging to a superior race. Uk V7. B. MeRIKNBY, 8alemen. --1' - obriquet of "Tho Sucker Stato" is said to m JOUN UHKUIT, ment not put down in the thieves' cat- ed by a railroad traimV?he wheels of the 3.G00.000 Imofcs. derived from tho fact iu ita early daw egory, but it was successfully per- engine cut off bis htffylyhlcb waa rolled to Tho Alexandrian library, burned by tho the Inhabitants sucked that their water frora un Caliph Osmar In tho Seventh century, is said holes mado by crnyfhh, tho only places whera formed by a couple of rascals in New the feettaf his wife, who was standing in to havo contained 700,000 volumes. 'Jersey Christmas day, though they the doorway of their home, which is quite The first known circulating library is eaid puru water could bo obtained. near the track. The unfortunate womsn, to bo that cf St. Pampbllus of Casarea, who wcro subsequently arrested'. MBOR NOTES. through grief and horror,- - Is m a raving In 800 A. D. collected 80,000 volumes to lend JlfchataJViEZHV Timm out, Of tho 12,000 bootnnd shoemakers ln Berlin,! . POWDERLEY, who is much oftener manisr, Tho largest library irrji6 world is tho half of thi'in aro (.aid to he ut of wo.'lc . Near Sardis, Mason tounty, Frank JefJ right than any of tho labor leaders, blbll6tbequi In London there nro !K,000 shoemakers,, ferson was slot und killed by Sam anl Al- of France, .pntlQnale, or national library ii was founded in 1737 by a roynl writes to a man in Maysville, Ky., fred Jefferson. He quarreled with their printing tax; and ntalns ,230,000 volumes. 0,000 of which nro women. Sixty or Etcnty hours work a week is tho average for n Lonthat he did not say that Blaine was a mother, threatening to shoot her, drawing n' Tho library of' tils' inusciim was don shoemaker. ' ! fraud, but he would say that whoever pistol at the name time, when her sons, founded In 1753 by a uorfhtinu of books from Tho employes In tho freight department of called him ono told the truth, Hur- boys under twenty, interfered, a'ftd the Hans Sloan and begrfiud a great library tho I'anhaudlo Ilailroad company havo been though libornl donotww from subjects shooting became goneral. Frank 'Jeffetsan tho crown. It coijfrytis.1,500,000 volumes. of Informed that hereafter they will recoivo rah for Powderloy! of tra payifqr all overtlmo. ThbHnoJudes tho'' received three shots in, the head and two in freight conductors, engineers, brnkemcrijind The prohibition town ofAtlanta en- the body, The young Jeffersons were ar ' SOME WELL KNOWN SHORT MEN. yaruV'M. " ' ,& joyed its egg nog all tho same, and rested. The parties wero not related. i Tho city laborers of Now York connoctod Jay Gould Is so shore that youth's sizes in with tho Laborers' Union rmtoctivo fcoclety Mr. Rfce, for whom Postmaster Shear- trousers fit him. tho streets presented more drunken how Sunsot Cox fa no taller than Mr llanitt, Lb big earn from 3.50 to eft 75 a dav. This U awn than were ever known thoro. One er was killed, her eons made murderers step over yoars ago, Tvhen, without or-and yot no ono over thinks of him astf small .. and her husband a wanderer, Kunizuiiuu, inoy wcro worKing lor wuntover train alono is eaid to have carried 500 story in extenuation of her tells thi thin man,. ' course: Sbe Uio contra tois iiilgut offer them. Thtlr Mayor Hewitt, of New York, is wages full whisky jugs to wet up the alleged suspected that her husband waa untrue to to ratlgu from $1 to $1.75 per day, " barely flyo feet four, When In conversation Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers, who Is master dry city. her, Sbe then hit upon the silly Idea of ho usually has to look up. The Best workman of District Assembly No. 21, writing letters to Shearer and arranging for Es-C- l' ivcrrior Waller would havo to stand Klyjhts of Labor, In Chicago, has a rugged During the year (3,000.000 barrels Wateipof on and her husband to hear of roach llvo feet sir, nnd yet race; heavy, wavy ot beer were drunk in New York at a would keep her husbandit,at thought that callhlstrxs tolittle giant In Connecticut, thoy nnd not banged, hair, parted In tho lnlddlo blmllq Coat. &ht wears a negligent and home,, but be cost of $78,000,000. There is evident left her entirely, and Shearer ipiriiiiiuunubucuiiiiviiriiiM wMirfor, 4 will ktp yott dry In Dan Latnont has young looking shoulders tie about her neck. She was a delegate to misled, 111. htnlMl atonn. T! n.w rOJIUIl, SUCKiu ! a .rfcl rldloir I, .ml conyrtvtloii of Knlghtaat Itlclc IYfoidont r.Trltti,itlra 4,11. n.w.rtrilmlUllon. Non cnnln rltl.pot tot "nth ly a field for tho work of the prohibi-tioiiiot- s and not being abln tn convince him to the and short legs. llfm iikstda Cleveland could the nationalhad Ii : fiaby, now tl. , urind" 11IUIKK4 UIMUfM If, A i, IDDir, IMtlOB, UUL almost button mond und of nnn nf lil 8 months old, I contrary he !rtt bis life. in tho qreatjmetropolig. villi hr. capacious overcoat, after It wa put or. v Gxn. John A. Logan's name U added lo the long tin of notable men who have rifeJ daring 1886. ITftihcock, McClelUn and L) gs.n, famous generals in the late war, hare all died within a few month of each other. Mrs Nannie Hmith, of Spartanburg, 8. 0., served her etingr huiband exactlr right when she took a pistol from his itocket aod hot herself because he would not take her with him on a trip to Florida. PERSONS OF PROMINENCE. ALL SOnTO. x 9. Wmmmwm GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &c., &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, St,30.Xoirc3L. lt semi-weeklie- s, The following- Seasonable Goods are in Stock: o the Citron, Layer and Seedless Rais ins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, and Canned Goods in Great Variety In addition to the above he has all NECESSARIES 0"F live-Stuff- t.tw ed re-see- s, All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. atARK HAltDIN.Lntoof - PHARMACISTS, Shel-bjvill- JEWELERS. Phil-adelpb- (190,-000,00- 0 w -- er Hardware, Farming Implements, '- Wall Paper,? L Groceries, 3alt,Xime, Cement, Elevators, JPimips, Cider Mill, &c. r A.MLM ,V Furniture, r rtjj Cases, Gaskets, Robes, Stanford. K Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARERr, ua kOEi? SLICKER v-- - i fm ?"' f!"tminmiut fi iJm..,, ,,..- - St- -, KttWP WTi MR .....nii.. pSSrMm-M- k. ,i -- ..... t i ii MnnSMi T'r ii, i '" -- ljj. I1- . I ... rvrrrrr JJft----j . .. . r .k ,,.l i itMtm MX Wilit i' fTtt ..M,- - V 4 ''"Wlf- - M.XVrt I'm1 In Aw.,) MsiWJ M w' ' B cP1 ii 4 speuJiug tbeir Cnrls'nita at home with their parents, Mall littfigolag Worth.... J....-....-,- .. 2 10 r.M, The Cariatmm sleigh at the O uU Ur 8outh..... .......,... 1J1 15 r.M. In the Police court Iaom Hansford woa 14 a. m JTniw tnln" Mouth.,.-.- ., church Saturday 3 12 A.M " " " MMtl,... wai loaded down $--r for diaorderly conduct and the fined the a.OTn la cteul44M standard tlra. dolar Commercial Hotel bar $10 and costa for with presents for hn very large crowd of U ae If about Jfl minute taster) poople who were p'oe it to receive thmn telling him tbe whisky that esuaed the Tho little folks were out in futl force and LOCAL NOTICEi. ' trouble. many a young re irt was gladdened by reBuy your School Hook from Penny A An exchange aaya that although New ceiving a gift from 8 uita Ciaus. The exer MeAlister. Year'a day occura fust a wcok after Christ cisea previous to the distribution of the Ask your iirocar for the Cincinnati Baon Saturday man, New Year will presents were finely executed and elicited kery Co.' cracker and cakes. many remarks of praise. W ATonaa and Jewelry repaired on ibor and Cbriatmaa on Sunday In 1887. Can QOtlce and warranted br Penny & MoAlla you explain It? A shooting sflair occurred in the saloon UisoRittFor, Conduct. Mewre. W. A. ir. ladle of Ibe new church sear En Coflay atafW. T.D.xIdB came to town yea. at the Hamilton Hotel last Saturday night wonderful Pain-Cur- cr is Hunters, ArrxNTlON. leaded Cart-rid- e, The all iiisn of abot, at Penny & Mc sleman'a (tore announce a splendid supper terday an obtained warrants from Judge which will in all probability result fatally. over known. tho Aliiter'a. for ita benefit beginning at 2 and luting Carsoo aaintt Josh Brows, Jr., and Jim Jostph P. Turner shot Joshua Aldridee wmmmmmammmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmam A oomtlctt. atock of jewelry, latest till 10 F. M. to day. The bill of fare will Alfordfoctrrrlng concealed weapona and with a 44 Smith & Wesson revolver the tyle. Itockfonl watchea n upecialty. Pen- be Tarled and corapreheaalre and you can against 7m. Goode, Shannon MoKinner, ball striking Aldridge oa the left arm, ny A McAHater. Miaaee.Ihde Frederick and Mattle Huff- shattering that member in such a manner enjoy It all for 50 cent. man, Mrf Jim Goley, BaciJCannoo, Isaiah as will likely render amputation necessary. PERSONAL. There ii no fooliahacM about Carrt. Wealey d Sam Logan for disorderly con- The ball then eatered the left side but did IHERCnANT TAILOR. party behared disgracefully at not penetrate to any depth Aldridge was Mr A. G HunWAH haa returned Smith Irwin. He ia running freights right duct, along and haa poated a notice to brakewen the Bpjst church Christmas Tree at from a vlalt to Lexington. removed to his home where his wounds huggiagand klaaing, curaing and were attended to His physicians consider Mim Ida WinrrnR, of Biyle, ia tbe that If aqy of them should fall or refuse to I have recelred andsilllrecslvtDg go out when called for they can ooasider dxawln; pistol), Ac. The first two rascals his position as critical, gDMt of Mice Maud Ropier. tie ia 01 years Miss Mattik Brown, of Lancaater, ia fbemeelvea bo longer in the employ of the oa beta pot out fired at the buildla?, one old. Turner was arrested by marshal Ham company and must call and get their time ball ps(ng into tbe Testibule and it is to ton and placed under a bond of $200 to tUUIdb heratater, Mra Geo II, Bruce. Comprising the best In the market, which will be be hopd that the whole party will get their appear at his examining trial Tuesday. The Mimes Ldla and Mary MoKinnky checks. Thla is businees. (all desrts. We learn that "Squire Wright ball Was readily given, Lewis Harris and Gotten Up in Style and Make Socond to Done m City or Country. nt aereral daya with frienda In town. ipe Arranobd. Mrs. Ottenhelmer, wifo of Mr. James Hum, of Lexington, juat Jacob Ottanheimer, who was arrested is refQMi to Isiue the warrants, upon whit Henry Patterson becoming hia sureties. Glye Sfe a Trial. be owes it to The shooting seems to have been upprc-vokr- d, recormd from a long Ulnae, la la (own New York for embtullag money from tbe grounl we did not learn, but :EVcr:p:LH-s- r. Aldridge states that he and Lewis peple to explain or retgn. Mirata Kate Bakkr and Eugenia Pal Lincoln Land Co . was here Sunday and the as Harris (the only eye witness to the affair) llam.of Boyle, are Ruete of MIm Nellw staled that herb usbaad had arranged with RELItllOUS. Galnw. were talking when Turner shot him without JEj the company and that the criminal proeecu- MB Alue Homjle, of 8tanforaTri ton had been withdrawn. Tbe many lie aubjsct of Dt. Fitch's sermon next a word of warning. Turner says Aldridge Yisltiaj Mrs. Clarence Egbert. Fraol Heads of the gentleman here hope to see Sundty night will be "Why am I a Meth- was trying to cut him and that he acted ;moT purely in self defease. Cor. Louisville Commeicial. odist with flyiBg colors. -- Mw. 6, 0. TROEHEABTead Miss EU W". raim come out Quarterly meeting at the Methodist DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNT T Myers, of Millersbnrg Female College, ipect-- ) The Carpenter House bsr succumbs to chuch next Saturday and Sunday. Rev, the holidaya with their brother, 8. P. tbe inevitable next Taeeday, when D. It. J. V. Fiteh will preach. Alex D'ty and Charles Flynn are Csrptoter informs na he will turn it into Mysra. -- A monument costing $500,000 will be building a neat lunch-rooadjoining the Mrs E It. Ciienault, of Fort Scott, a grocery store. This will leave only one ereted in Sioux City to the memory of ateam bottling works near the depot, Kanra. iTioit!ng ber otiler, Mrs B. Van establishment to deal out liquid damnaMiss Fannie Woods, of New Orleans, Rf. Haddock, the prohibition martyr, by Aredall, and other friends, who ar glad to tion here, if we are at liberty to use the th W . C. T. U , of Iowa. The ladies bad who has been vUiting Miss Mattie Fisher, 11 kino of Dealers He her again In tbelr mi Jet, oitch phrase of the prohibitionists, and beter reserve their cssh for work among started home but will stop a few IUv. Joe A. Monday, who haa been that only lasts till February. There will thi living instead of wasting It oa tbe dead daya with friends in Chattanooga. to HI with fever, had recovered sufficiently be two at Rowland our eastern suburb, After writing the article in regard to The American Sunday School Union, to leave for hU home ia the South with his however, till May 3. Philadelphia, offers a prizs of $1,000 Mr, Clarkaon'a death, Mr. Fenn, of Juncof pretty little bride last night. The braiemen's strike on tbe L. & N. fa- the beat book en "Tbe Christian Obliga tion City, informed your correspondent Mikjkb Moi.uc, Lucy ano Lizzie tons of Property and Labor." The book that Dr George Huon said tbat Mr. C. Beazlky, who have been attending school has ended; as all such strikes must, in the uusl contain 100,000 words and all com had been aflltcted with heart disease and defeat of the men. Their sole grievance at Lexington, are spending th holidays feting manuscript must be sent in by No hat tbat was probably the cause of his with their ptrenU, Col. and Mrs. J M was thedischarge of two men, which tbe 'ember 1, 1887. , doath. company showed was for good cause, yet Mrs. Robert Harding distributed gold Besitey In his sermon Sunday night which was medals and other Ustrful presents to the HxnvEY Helm, of Central University, the strikers not only demanded that tley of a retrospective character, Rev. A. 8. be reinstated, but that Superintendent SCURKI8,- little girls of her Sunday school class on J. A. Amon, of Georgetown College, Joe Downs, one of tbe best officers on tbe road, Moffett said that out of a membership of Sunday. Tney were delighted, of course Severanos, of EMiott Institute, and O. R 76 in the Presbyterian church, death had and will renew tbeir efforts to deserve for Hamilton, of Louisyilie, ipnt Christmas be discharged. The company gave the men to return to work and entered the home of only one member dur the future the esteem of their teacher. tilt a certain time with the old fo'ks at home. tog the year, but it took therefrom its beCapt. W. E, Grubbs haa been circulatDr. and Mrs. J. G. CAnreNTien are upon their failure to do so hired new men, loved head and faithful church officer-Bro- ther ing in tbe county for several daya looking oS on a bridal tour to Ml. Vernon. They and yesterday freight trains were rannfog Feed, fjoal, Lumber, 'Etc. " Graiu, Wool. Jamee Paxton. into legislative fences. He informed your have been married eight or nine years, but from all points on the road, Louisville The Methodist church treated each of correspondent this morning that they wme the doctor hns bean so bu-- y that this is the cluded Tbe company will not tabv the ts Sunday-echoscholars to nice packages those men back in a body, but will in good condition and that he would confirsttlme ho has had time for viiltlng. of fruits and confectioneries Sunday mornI). CilANDLrn has Joined it cares to retain. The few members of the tinue to hammer at them until they were Mr. J. L. ing. Mimes Eliz Owsley and Minnie "horso high, bull strong and pig tight." his wife here and with Mr. Louis U. Rim-M- f Brotherhood of Brakemen, who have their IStraub, who act as organists, received the Prof. 8. R Cheek left this morning ami wife, of Lexington, snd George headquarters at Rowland, held a meeting former a handsome album and the latter a for Baltimore to be abeenl about a week Rauiicy. of Elliott Institute, the family Sunday and resolved to stand by their gold pen with pesrljlundle. Hon. M, J. Durham and wife atrived on circle is complete at Mr. W. F. RtmaeyV, brethren at Louiivlllo and they too will lose tbe jobs they cm illy aflord to give Friday evening and are the guestB of bis Mils. M. B. Mc A lister, Mies Maltia LAND. STOCK AMD CHOC son, Mr. B J. Durham. Mr Jerry Fisher, McAluUr, Mr W. D. Moore and Mr. A up. The whole thing seems to have been Fou Rent -t- be Win. Hays houee and of St. Louis is visiting the family of his Q. WhMe-- will leave early In January for planned by tbe agitators, Gould and others, -Doalor In- father, Col. James A. Fieher. Mr. Miko a trip to Clifornia. They expect to spend acd the men have blindly followed their 30 acres of land F. Reid. Fou8ALE.-7- or 8 1C0 lb. shoal. S. Hope, of Laurel county, is in town on n Dan- orders without thinking of tho consequen some months on the Picitlc slope. ces. In a conversation with an engineer, a L. Withers, Gilberts Creek. t virit to relatives. ville Advocate. Wanted To buy stock fodder and ly Mr. Wm. Qlarkacn died very We thank Mr. Grcenhorrr vUIams, of man of much intelligence and who haa had McKinney, Ttxir, for a profnrety illuetra-te- d great experience in railroading, he told us straw. G. A. Swlcebroad, Stanford, Ken- at his home in Junction City en Saturday evening. He waa an upright and pamphlet, ahoifing the improvements that there was but little armpathy for the lucky. White, Aikeu&Co., Mr. Tim Hig honorable man and so regarded by all who and rotourco of his section of the Lone Strikers, who were plainly in the wrong. seen a more clns' homo, closed the killing season with knew him. No reaeombla theory as to the Stu State. The land sppirsntiv flows iaking all in all be bad never liberal company than the LAN, and its 37.127 head of hogs. with mik nd honey. cuee of hii death has yet been given, al treatment of its employees was all that Fifty tons cf hay ready baled, and 2 thoueh a very zalous "temperance man,1 ANhnre of your I'ntroiiHRe Ih very ReHecifnl!y Solicited. LOCAL MATTERS. could be asked. He regarded Mr, Downs Berkshire shoats, about half of tbeir nice who spoke of tbe event in tho presence of as a perfect gentleman, a good railroad man (ilts, for sale. John Bright. FnKgn yeast at 8. 8. Myers'. your correspondent was more than satisfied and one who would do the fair thing by the Lancaster Court. About 76 cattle that the death should bo attributed to the Prompt Paying customers will Aid it to their advantage to 'give the Plkabe bear in mind that we will com- men. This seems to be the general feeling ?n market yesterday, none offered publicly. fact that the deceased drank siveral glwwea young man a chance." mence soiling strictly for cash on Jan. lit. of the employees hero and until the strike No sales in horses or mules were made. A of egg-noon the day it occurred. W. M. WATERS, Salesman. O wsley & Cialg. everybody appeared to be perfectly satbfied yoke of oxsn for $50.60 nnd a milk cow fnr , It ia pleasant Or the rich, tbe greit $17 wero the only saler. To Wed. JameaSmlth.obtained licenie with tbe situation. and tbe powerful to feel that they have yestonlay to marry Mirs Nannie Elliott st Fourteen head of Illinois cattle, weigh been unselfishly remembered on Christmai Judok Morrow's Order. We gtye beMr. Henry Gerkey'e to morrow. low a copy of tbe order of Judge Morrow ing over a ton etch were sold at the Chica day. Tbe value of the testimonial cuts no go yards, last week, at $5,35, A few heavy figure iu the case. It is the consciousness J.T.nARRia will move to the.Cotnmer-cla- l so that the people may see how particular snd extravagant he is: Tbat the Lincoln fine Christmss sheep brought $487 and tbat we aronot totally forgotten thatciusfa Hotel Feb. 1st and convert tho barsome hundred pound Iambs went at $5.25 the heart to thrill with joy. If the eye of room into a first clarn confectionery and County Court, composed of the county Careful estimates put thh year's wine the kind lady who remembered the rich, judge and Justices of the peace remoddel restaurant, the great and powerful Danville reporter of vintage in California at 10,500.000 gallon the circuit court-roo- m and The semi annual tettlements are at hand as follows, to wit: The bar la to be on the About of the crop has been tbe Interior Journal should happen to again and everybody ought to make it a aide of room and embracing all that aiade into brandy. The year's businea fall on these lines, ua will understand that point to settle. The merchants snd others eat pardon east of a line drawn from the cast ihows an increase of 200.000 gallons 07er it ia in acknowledgment of her courtesy need the money to carry on tbeir business that they are wriUjn. aide of tbe front door to a point opposite on last year's export trade. and it is but just that you let them have it. Dr. Harry Phillips, of tbe house of B &-Tthe north aide of room, the bar to be on a English Derby winner, King Craft, he MnHlcal Wall Paper, Wlnea. F. Phillips, Is back from a lengthy trip to DrnRB, InHtrnemenU, Iitquer Thk Christmas Tree, or rather two of level of present floor of the body of the jHirchasfd in Ireland a short time since by Chemicals, Mr. Thomas, Dur-hiPocket Stationery, Palnte, them, at the Court house Biturdav night room and !o be separated from tbe balance an SwUert, of Elmendorf Stock Farm, in Indiana and Illinois. Tobaccos, Cutlery, Soaps, now ofDiyton, Ohio, is hero on a Oils, county, at a cost of $10,000, diet? wis lovUJ with costlr fruit, which was of the room by a neat, substantial railing, yette Sfackln Fcrftiraery, Fir Ar&UM, lampB, visit to old friends. Mr. Sam Lazuus, a gathered and presented to the fortunate extending between the two points mention board the ship Lake Superior wfcile Needle. former partner 0 Fred Lmrus in the dry ones by Messrs. P. M, McRoberts and J, T ed, on.the north and south aide of the room, ssing the ocean to his new heme. town on a visit, Miss goods basinejs, is in Craig and nearly everybody in the largeJ thenar to ba waintcotted and carpeted and Oilman & Brent have shipped this sea Mary Cheek 1 at returned from a visit to auuieuun gii a: umi uue reuicmuroncei the judge's stand to be eo situated as to 321,000 popnds of turkeys. From while some got a half dc zw or more. f in ita rear; the flooring of arls 229,000 poundr; from Mt. Sterling Memphis and Atlanta. Mr. Felix Fox, of leave a pass-w- ay the present floor of the body of tho room to 92,000; from Richmond 00,000 pounds. Kansas City, Mo., is here on a visit to bii Chiustmab so far haa been withouJ.-M$- c and Mr. Fox. Mr. W, to be gradually elevated and provided with They averaged about nino pounds net and parents, dent hjre, There haa been no drunksyinees W. Wiseman has gone to Wichita, Kansas, suta'antial and comfortable beeches, and (oat six cents per pound. Richmond R-- g to speak of and the City Council having and may go into buiincrs there.. Mr. Will" necessary aisle; the walls and ceiling of later, putallcuso of $25 on tbe sale of fire- withcourt-rooV. Lindsay, tbe popular Lsxington drum be painted and tbe are to the crackers and other explosives, fhfl usaal here and in Stanford mer, eo well-knoshutters freshly oiled and varnished and (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. pandemonium with ita accompanying peril told a menu be inongni eoon 01 emoarKtng all inner woodw&k to be repainted. An of property has been averted. The pas,- Lancaster. in business at the same point, Inner vestibule at tbe front door h to be --&u B:e ot tbat ordinance la tbe uiat thing erected, with noiselcai doors, and all openElder G. W. ancoy left Monday for a that the new board haa been accused of do- - ings, EW ADVEHTiqEttEMH. galea aa necessary to convey into full two weeks'yisit to relatives in Missouri. .,.logBofar. Semi-Week- ly effect 'this order shall be provided, in the The ladies of the Presbyterian church "? Mr, J, W. Adams, of McKinney, who discretion of the committee to whom tho netted $55 from their supper and ChristNOTICE TO CREDITORS ! Centttns eight pages ofelght columns (a:h, and Is printed evcrr Tuesday indl niday. It Is mallea. was hurt so badly at Junction City a few work ahull be entrusted. The said altera, mas treo Friday evening A large crowd at ti 40 per annum, postage paid. Persona who can not take tho Dallr Commercial Gazette anf nights ago, woa here yesterday and explain- tiona and improvements are directed to be attended, who did ample justice to the who want the nowaoltcner tnn cna week, will find the BemMVcekly an admirable paper, Persons having claims against Benedict Bpilj. ed tho causa of bis mishap. He started fully completed by the next sitting of this bountiful spread. The money will be used lug are rrqaesied to preunt tbcm properly down to the water tank so as to get on tbe court, at its March term, 1887. to disburse a debt of the church. to ma Immediately. IF. G. WELCH, through freight in order to rercihome, at d Teims of Subscription by Malls 1SS-Trustee Ban. Spalding, These charges will cast at tho lowest caf Col. B. M. Burdett writes from Flori..tXIOC finding it so far and fearing he would be be- culation $500, while some figure it as high da to say that he ia "cooteriug" around One year:(lnc1ndIngSundsy) .HI One year (omitting Stnlay). ' .. 6 Plx months. ' " hind he stnrled to run. It wai very dark as $1,000 to $1,200. If made tbe room will down there to great advantage, He has JUNK STOCK FOR SJLIJB ! Blx months. " ' TLree months, 3 " Three months, nnd be. plunged headlong into a cattle-guarbe spoiled aa au auditorium and not benedisposed of hia largo crop of oranges at a where he must have lain for aomo fited aa we can see for court purposes. good price and ia now engaged in laying ON MONDAY. JANUARY 3. 1887. timo unconscious. A contusion appears on Toere la a question as to the power of out a town on some of hia land, A new Ma chlwa.Improwd Waterbury Witibca, QoM Tens, renclls, Valuible Books at' the CoprMIonie In consisting ol Sewingthe rrer., Usniple copies fre. I will sell men In his forehead and his oyes are blacker thtu Jpde Morrow to order tho changes, which railroad rues within two miles of Lit grove Ktuntnnl at public leFarmers Nallonil (1th lure, liink tc, will ba if he ha I stood up for a half an hour we trust the magistrates will fully iuvtnli- - snd another i soon to bq.buill will run ' fito-.- AZE'ITW THE OltjKpKUeiAr J.B.O tVSLEl', apainit Tolm Rnllf76u, til l 1 lll aiwwa wuiimmMi gimaw u nin,mrir i mm Only thrt oiir corrMpsmlenta, Grd Laiuie Florida orange at 8. 8. Myi-Dr Simpson nnd Ma friend, Mr Crti' IM blew tbelr ialltiil ioiiIi, had nuiBoleBtljr ton, of Atlanta, On,, nrrfvod In town Pntur-tls0. Foster told to Dr. Q. Y. Ilro John reentered from ti flcte of Chrlstraai to night to spend tli holidays with fr ends ii&ugh s few tlajre ao 10 aliarea of dock In read ui the new 'or tliia iaaue. and relative. Msmm. Licher Ow'ey and SUiford, I$n Docembr 28, 1886 th Flrat National Dink or .Stanford at $110 rumor hero that a ron Commodore Grsnger, 0' Harrodsburg ColIt is of lege, Jake Robinson, .Tr , nnd Will Cook, was bora last wek to Col, and Mrs. C. II. D. 0. WAIjTOHi Buslnooa Manager. Mn. John II FAnnia did Ibe beat ihoot notf Kinsas City. Capt. Ed. of Lexington Univerltv, and John Djty, (or for turkeji tt the Nunnellejr malch Kocbriter, wrop to the old eeollcraan con oi ven'nu university, ittciiulond. are telta ua ho I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. an !! .. iiiiiiwwiwwwmanimi i srzas3ES5S22r . nri y rt Saturday, Retllns 13 with n pistol nt Yards with verj few rnlwea. CO gratulatiug bij on the event. The followig otllcera were elected to aerre LincolnLodge, No CO, F. & A. Y. M. for the eoeuifc year: U J. Darat, W M.; Geo D. Hopir, 8. W.; B. G. AUord, J. W.; W. P. Valton, Trea; 8 8. Myere, Seo'r.i D. Kna, 8, and T ; A. C. Sino, 8. DjCharlealV. Greer, J. D, Tho officcis wilt be intalled next Monday ni(iht court day ight. A full attendance is requested. ChildrenCry FOR PITCHER'S sfll fe sleria tho most Centaur Liniment world has H. C. RUPIaESir, te New Goods for Fall and Winter, H.. a. m WEAREN & MENEFfl: -- Farming Implements and Machin ery, Flue Bnggis? VtiTvinfttx Sced, Spring Wagana, Bucli Boards, Farm wagons, r' re-hi- re ol JOE F.WATERS uu?x-pected- Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Etc. - StanfordKy. Main Street, g M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, th Opera House Block, Book, Stanford, Ky. Jisrs, Ocnuino CO. Salts in Bulk nt Wholesale and retail. Ex-Jud- v. m WEEKLY 't03SrXj"5r The GAZETTE! A $LOO YBiLR.. Yuri-lie- d Daily Commercial Gazette, Our Premium JList , d, k. W.. RM? -t j SI 3. -- --X' m, -'-- rffo , W ,4H t "y-JW- - ii. T.i.n i(ij i ' h BjahMnisirAMi .,ymVf4Y'r 1 -w THINK THEY ARE SICK. IMAGINARY FACTS WORTH KNOWING. steel from rusting, SOMC LONQ L ORAWN DOWS. JtACC linUCFS .WTTHATSHIRT ILLS TO WHICH HUMAN FLESH IS HEIR. Peoplo nlio Insltt Upon llclng Ilnsed, nntl now Tliejr am Accommoilutriil. Breail I'lIU and Slmplo Sirup for Fnuclcil Ailment. "Do you soo that latlyf" A prominent Detroit physician Indicated a lady vrho hnd just left his ofllco. "Well, sho imagines sho has consumption, and this is her third visit to mo. You noodn't look surprised. , If I vroro to tell her the truth that sho hasn't tho remotest symptoms of tho diseaso sbo would think mo a fool, and go to another doctor. And If ho told her tho truth sho would keep on going until sho found a physician who agreed with her. Tho only way to deal with persons who think they bavo consumption is to humor their whim, clmrgo as lit-tl- o as possiblo without oxciting their suspicion, and bring them around perfectly cured as soon ns they can bo niado to bellevo it. You bavo no idea of tho number of intelligent ladies w ho lmagino thoy have consumption or cancer. Soino relative or acquaintance of theirs has died with one of theso complaints, and tho first timo thoy cough tli;y are convinced it Is tho beginning of consumption, and tho least littlo plmplo or burning sensation drives them almost frantic m tlh tho thought that n enncar is forming. The only possiblo way to deal with this class of cases is to thoroughly gain the Thoy watch confldonco of tho patient. tho physician liko a cat, and nny hesitation on hi-- , part leads them to either iraagino tho worst or clso set him down as incomcUnt. "I usually ask a few direct questions, such us when tho trouble was first noticed, tho exact location and intensity of tho pain, and then fall into their viow of tho matter. I assure them thaf thoy havo dono a wiso thing in coming to mo at once, as, now that tbo'troublo win bs taken in time, thero will to no rillllculty In effecting a speedy euro. A foy bread pills and a bottlo of 6ccntod sirup aro prepared with tho greatest cans and particular directions given as to how thoy aro to bo taken. At tho next visit I noticed a perceptible chango for tho better, and am dolightod, as I hardly expected any improvement so soon. The third visit shows a comr''to eradication of tho tacuto nature of tho v "bio, but to provido against any return Untr remedies aro applied. At tho fourth visit tho patient is as well as anybody, treatment Is discontinued, and I hare gained a few dollars and a lifo Jong friend and patron." "And there is no quackery about it?" "Not a bit But If I wore to toll tho truth in the .T"t placo. tho patlont would probably fall 111:0 the hands of somo unscrupulous medic who would scaro tho lifo out of her and charge dollars whero I only take "To what extent docs this sort of practice exist?' "Well, if only thoso who really require a physician wcro prescribed for of the doctors In Detroit would become On the other hand, there aro Micawbers. a class of people not alono confined to tho poor who neglect calling a doctor until it is too late. Ho gets tho caso just in time to make out tho death certificate. There aro hundreds of coses terminating fatally which might liave been saved if taken in time. This is a very uneven world, my friend, take It how you will financially, politically, socially or medicinally. Wo boast of our enlightenment, but you have no Idea of tho superstition existing all around us. Why, tho 'faith cure' has so many followers that it has almost grown respectable. See tho number of clairvoyant healers' who maintain themselves In luxury by 'seeing' tho disease and remedy In a trance. How many, think you, carry horso chest nut in their pockets every day of their lives to keep off rheumatism, and would not daro go without one? Not a few, I assure you. Look at tho vast sales of patent Now let me tell you something medicines. about theso patent medicines. They aro prepared for general consumption, and for that very reason must of necessity be wlUi-ou- t virtue. You never hear of any ono being injured by them that would not do, asitvould at onco stop the salo of tho article. Bo they are prepared for tho most delicate child and the strongest man mere wash. A remedy which will do no ono harm will do no ono any good. Thero are a hundred other superstitions, but I don't know ns I ought to bo surprised nt them. Medi-cinItself has only recently emerged from an almost barbaric state. Less than twenty-flr- o years ago no wcro salivating with calomel, cupping; and blistering, and bleeding or almost etorythlng. Tho counter Irritant is still practiced to somo oxtent." "What is that?" "Why, If a little boy was beatlnga drum, and you w ished to hush his noise, tho way to do It would bo to commenco firing cannon. If you havo a pain in your stomach put on a blister and It will hurt you so much worso that you'll nover notice tho pain. Medicated plasters aro all right when applied to extract pain or nny deep seated morbidity, as has often been proven, but as n counter-irritan- t I regard them as a relto of barbarism. But, then, incdi'dno' has inndo a wonderful progress in tho last twenty years, since tho homoeopathic began. It woko tho old school up, mid by so doing bestowed an Inestimable boon upon humanity. Its first Ideas, Infinitesimal doses, wcro as much to ono extreme as tho other school's Coses were tc the other. Both schools have receded 'rom their extremo views, and are now vrt y near together. Another chango Is tho ttvaUng "up of tho profession Into specialties. A country storo coritains everything groceries, hardware, dry goods, boots unii shoes. So it used to be with imdiclno. Only twcnty-llv- o years ago you had to go to a doctor to get a tooth pulled. Now you go to n dculi.t Tho oyo and car aro rando ono specialty, brain diseases and Insanity another, and so on. It is impossible for ono mind to beexpeit at nil classes of diseases. It is too much to expect a man who amputates a leg to bo able tho next moment to prescribe 'or an Infant with marasmus. The dawn is breaking, sir, and I am glad to oeo It." Detroit Tribune. ono-quarto -- l cents." celebrated her SOth birthday by giving ui elaborate supper, at which ovory articles, in- -' eluding tho cheuso end butter, vras tnado with bar own hand. Tho favorite color of tho Princess "Waldo-maDenmaik is purple. During the few days that sho recently passed in Paris sho was so frequently seen in purple garments that tho color became fashionable there. Gail Hamilton vividly describes hovr Honolulu women walk outiu the rain. Her escort usually carries her umbrella, her dross and her shoes, while the wears simply a shawl and a hat trimmed with ml and nhite roses. A theatro In Now York has a "ladies cloak room" whero women can leovo their hata before going into tho theatre. The first night the plan was tried nearly erery lady In tho lower part of tho house appeared without a hat. f The empress of Caina has selected thirty-si- x pretty girls of high rnnk to train them to bo empresses and waiting women. Thoso who aro to bo devoted to the higher career ore classified as "two dabs" in red ink characters, and the others as "ono dab." Ella Wheeler Wilcox carries portraits of her husband, Mr. Robert I Wilcox, of Meri-dewith her wherever sh goes. "You seem to bo In love with your husband," somo ono said to bor a tew days ago. "Oh, yes," she said, "I am very unconventional La that respect" JapaneM) ladies aro mora in consonance with the dress reform movement than American and European girls. No corset is worn, a long silk sush supplying the placo of steel and whalebone. Some of the ultra fashionable girls of Tokio try to mako their waist look slender by wearing a belt. Congressman Singleton, of Mississippi, chairman of the houso committee on tho library, has uppoluted Miss Mary Johnston as clerk of his committee. MIm Johnston is tho flr.t woman, to receive an appointment ! to any offico under congress, and is happy in Knonln; that she will .aid at the rate of , n, it parents of It. Several persons havo visited goes acid fci mentation. the tree, nnd our Informant states that they Tho measuring of the condlo power of a say it bellows at Intervals liko a cow. Ander light is accomplIshM by comparing tho son (S. C) Intelligencer. shadow cost by a rod In tho light of aGtandard An English lady nt Pudupot, In tho Madras candle- with tho shadow cast by tho light to presidency, returning to her house after the bo tested. By moving tho latter toward or ovonlng's drive, was horrified, on entering tho away from the rod a point will bo reached at nursery, to see a hugo cobra, with expanded which tho shadow cast by both lights will bo hood, rearing Itself over her sleeping infant; of tho same intensity. The intensity of tho Tho reptile did not attempt, to two lights Is directly proportional to tho harm tho baby, but contentedhowever, itself with squares of their distances from tho shadows; softly hissing ns it moved its head slowly to L c., supposo tin light to bo tested is three and fro. Clearly It must havo watched tho times tho distance of the candle, Its illuminatnurbo when putting tho child to sleep, nnd ing power Is nine times as great. sought, In Its humblo way, to execute a lullaby with tho proper accompanimcuU. On ABOUT WOMEN. an alarm being raised tho sorpcut moved oil hi haste, but without taking oven a nlbblo at Queen Victoria in'.'n to jiass Christmas tho littlo ono.- - London Globe, In tho Islo of Wight. A Rochester man tells tho following sunkn Littlo plaster busts of Mis, Cleveland aro story: "When I was a toy I went down to tho opening In tho town of Greece ono day now for sale in Washington. Mrs. McKeo Haukln has retired from tho Whllo in tho edgo of a sort'of grovo I saw a singular looking lump something about stago, and estublished'hersclf In Detroit. tho sizo of a peck measure, but higher. I Tho oldest old inn Id in tho world has been found upon Investigation that it was n snarl discovered. I lor nauia Is Denolte. Sho lives of garter snakes. It was in tho early spring in Aueb, France, and Is WJ years old. nnd they had probably crawled out to get Tho dato of Miss Sarah Bernhordt's appearwarm, and finding it colder than they ance in Washington was to have taken placo thought, had aggregated, so to speak, to keep March 1 1, but U now postiwnod till March 28. warm. Well, I draw back with a long stick, which I held In both hands, and dealt that Tho wifo of Senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, is said to receive more invitations wad of makes a fearful blow. The llvo ones to dinner than any other Udy In Washing- instantly separated, and when thoy bad gono I counted tho dead and dying and found ton. Tho richest unmarried woman in tho United there fifty six." Tho champion liar halls from Pike county, States is said to bo Miss Catherine Wolf, of New York, who bos an fncomo of about Ind., and tho following yarn Is probably tho greatest effort of his lifo: "A young lady a year. who was watching my binding harvester nt Mrs. Folsom, who is staying at tho president's country place, always keeps in bcr work fell upon tho table and was carried up room a pistol which will kill at 200 yards. with tho grain. Tho niachlno did not recogHer nephew Ben has taught her how to nize tho difference, and sho camo through with n neat littlo string around her waist" use It. veracious agriculturist had only added Miss Winnie Davis will pans tho holidays in If this the machlno threshed tho young woman Now York. Her uamo is not "Winifred," as that and shook from faco tho flour without is generally supposed, but "Vat-inn,a name whleh no no her woman's toilet Is inherited from her mother. complete, and barreled said flour for market Mrs. Kepplcr, tho wlfo of 'Editor Keppler, bytheaidof tho young woman's hoops, his of Puck, tolled in a doctor to look at a favor-It-o story would possess n completeness nnd symone, and soon received a bill for S3 for metry which would causo it to pass current chopping off a portion of tha animal's tail. everywhere as n great and uimpproacbablo An old lady of Now Hampshire recently work of art Boston Transcript " after cleaning tako a doth, with a little to keep In the lead. Attar other places hod sweet oil on It, and wipo tho articled over so produced trees that rained, she came forward with a tree that snowed. That, however, vu as to slightly but evenly oil the surface. not sufficient, and now sho can produce a tree Dr Hosso, of Lelptig, finds that bakers are that bellows liko a cow. Thlstroo is located rspeeially liable to suffer from decoyed teeth, a for? miles north of tho city, and was first and ox lains it by the lodgment of tho dust discovered by a littlo boy, who Informed his underfrom tho flour in tho teeth, whero To proveut polished Anderson county still ahead, and is bound Buggy & Implement House. X bare no- w- A FullLlno or Whoat Brills npd other Agricultural Implomonts, - Betldoe Full Lineot Buggies and Wagons Always on band. In connection with my plement butlnew, I will alto carry a Im- TSSejHSjSjSWjSejloSSSjBSSryjy'3p K1BBBBBBjBjBHrvflBflMeRB j Complete Sleek of Lumber Both rough and dreweJ. Prlco on eterytblng as IV. View 112-lrr as any hc. SID ri.ATT, ItOVIHVILItK. I solicit a there of your patronage, Respectfully, J. M. BKVCK, MYERS HOTEL, B. H. BURN8IDE, - The Champion Horse Shoerl POWD Absolutely A. of all kind dona neatly and In good ttyle. maryl of purity, -.- AND Thlatpowdemem Tories. (shoeing saddle, trotting and Itarnca bones a strength nJ wholiwomeneas. "More Veonomlcai tpeclaltr. Painting from W to 13. ltwettlng tire otMaiaed tha than the ordinary klndi, nd can v be sold fur wtgon, (7; making new tire and putting on 13. X1i afl5RiotSr l t Bhall bo deooud to no Ooantr7 rompetlton with the multitude or low t .ebon Other work-i- n proportion. Tbanklrg ur friends weight alum or phosphite powder. BVtoiilr to lortbelr kind pttronagelu tbeput, I solicit the Hotol in the State in Fare, Iioyal Baking Povrnit Co, cant. . tame In the future. Appointaents, or Atteu. 1C6 Well Street Mer York 11., WALTER h'lKLtiS, tion to JTOOJan Pu u. At the times are dull and money scarce and as I bare no rent to py, I will give my cuttomers adrantage otgood work at very low price. I will make great reduction for cuh In prccwa, to-w- Propr Ori, fVllf or havo to ll'slt ja Month. if I ol produce taken In exchange for work.i kinds f, .T.J $1 All Thla Old And Woll - Known Hotol Still Malntalua itu High Roputation. J iu TO WHOM IT HAY CONCERN! This It to ccrtlf that Mr. Jacob Ottjihilum s no looger connected with the IJncai Land Co., that he la not authorised to contract lor the Company, or reetlre wooer for the uir, or to Incur any obligation In the name 01 the Qupany, or In any way to act for the same. PresUent Lincoln fend Co. New York, LVc. 11, 1M. ISO. Ooafert ef their Qaeits. DR. W. B. PBNWY, fcStuntortt, - DENTIST, - IContxtolcy natKags nlllkteoMfered to "ommodat" UX Comctareial ,ttrHl Traetlora. The nr will Iwms tappll.d with meeiTolmt braatof LlijBoriaad Clgart. .. 1 o. ,. men mid, Ir V W(l v fWVrsa.1. I KFNTIICKY WUIli UUIIIIIIL II. ItlMltsV CfflTMi fl ft I 4 i (STOCK II OLD EKS' MEEJIN A meeting o( the itockboMen or the Nalotil BankofUuttonTlllewUlbeheldat their baiklng noma In nuitonTille on the 2d Tueedar In Jan IIBr on Ineattar ttreet. text door ciox Journal office. Offlte boun from x.and 1 loSr. M. Ancitnetlct admlnltutred wb nCBHfral ns-iy- r nerueaxy. t t(itlllO-GrHH- H MoiTlfxfte3tand 0doket Bontd fmm fl, Kentucjj .. all PoinU North, v Fatt Llco KetWKD Hi uary, 1S87, far therurpoae ol electing nine to teree the ensuing year. 1S4.U. fleet-o-n J.W.UOCKEItCashlr, L.&N. TlIK OSIAT LEXINGTON A VlNOlNNA'l , fichednle In tfleet May is, " Houtii-Uocm- i. i. WHAT THE YOUNG FOLKS SAY. & Nashville R. R. STOCKHOLDEHS' M EETI 3d Louisville it- A tneollngot the stockholders of the Flrtt tionalBank will be bed at their banking b 0U In Stanford on ibeSJ Tuesday In January, 1 Itfi fnr ih a nurnAM ol elet tin- - eleren Directors to terse KoTsTJNoT-KHon., Dally ITo.ls-E- s. Hun Unjust Discrimination Little Dot Oh, dear, I don't seo why people can't lx as good to their children ns they are to theirselves. Littlo Dick What's matter, Dot I UIU got an awful tootlwcho." "Dont your mamma havo toothacho, tooP "No, she's got herself teeth wot sho can tako out." Omaha World Ho was n nobby young man. of bluo blood nnd good financial backing, nnd as he sat down In tho car bo pulled out his handkerchief. An odor of porfumo was wafted through tho car, and a boy sitting beside his mother suddenly called out: "Say, ma, why can't wo buy onions which smell as nice as thatr Detroit Free Press. Littlo Julia is in tho habit of saying "Amen" to tho grace hor papa asks at tho table, and she usually says it hoartlly and with unction. But she ffiled to say it altogether at breakfast ft few mornings ago, and sat looking gloomily at tho tablo, which had rather less on it than usual, and nothing that Julia Ilk. Some one at tho tablo asked why Julia was silent "Puh,"she said with fino scorn, "I don't think I'll say amen for such a breakfast us this. Boston RecortL" A middle aged man, whoso busina keeps him away from homo on all days oxoept Sunday, had occasion to chastise his eldest boy ono Sabbath about three weeks ago. As soon as tho shlnglo seanco was over tho child ran crying Into the house. "Why, Johnnie, what is tho mattcrf nskod tho mother in alarm. "That big fellow's been licking mo," whimpered tho boy. " What fellow dq you mean, Johnnlor "Why that follow what sUyi hero every Sunduy," replied tho urchin, with o gulp. Chicago Herald. Tills is an oild conceit of another very little girl, last Sunday, when It begnn snowing. A day or two previous ranmma had been making some new pllbivs and emptying tho Lee, TUKOUGH TRUNK LINJ 10 TH the ensuing year. iM-tJOHN J. MoKOBERTS, caihier r. I SOUTH & Trmi WEST neiupiiisi " Ttlm?utb. j t vrninitna llfl " texlnxion. .11 . OoTlngtoo. I Lie. l"arla-- .. .. Ait. Winchester Pullman Palaoe Sleepers, STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINq JiiImvIIIo A meeting of the etockboldert ot the Farmed National Bank will be held at their bankln g hou In BUDford 00 the Si Tueeday In January, lis. "cianior " Itt.hiMnnJ .ill 1 . .10 ptaU u Il (OimloiiKM 17 i 0 07 s 00 am IS lOpa 200 pta UlU t I1m 1 13 nm 1 ..T. . i Sip 0 11 a ml in .n.. s IS pa 10 m 'in Lancaster w pm W Lte. Klchmood. rr. MoB-8ooif- pa pujll pal pal 1 iu p n 623 pn ft SOI 7 IS pa ptr te N'hnIstMIk. " ora.... Llrlnplon -- mt..i.ml :;.:rr No. AtlHUtH, No.Jt .....m........ ......i Ilo.j inr ihnnumoMetelectloi nine Dlreetora to acne J.B.OWBLEY, Cnnler. theentulngyetr. LlUle Keck, Mohlto MiiU Sew OrleHHH. Only one change to polnlt In Arr. Klchtnotid Lt. Rowland.. " xvtneatter Arr. Richmond tllolllHAh.l Arr. Wineheater, 1.9m. LTe.Uvlnpton . .lAMft ""-- M , IV ... 11 43 aau " ru 7 :0 am S 11 an III ooam soo am M m Ntoro-ltoo- m 3For "Ren Btere-Roo- IN STANTORD the best in ennioru , The Ilaydea In location an 1 arrangement. Apply to Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS eklng liomee on the line of . . I rriant. Lre. ngton fxl wiiiiiie.ii " " 'aimoaia J 10 S It) J 4 110pm . uim ir. a. VKt.cit, 16VU 8iantbrd, Ky t)ee Agents ot this Company lor rates, routes Ac.orwrlte p ArM0BE, O. P.AT. A, LoultTllle, Ky. Koaru-UooH- pedal rate. tblt road will rertlve fin"" iitipmltuim p m 01 a 17 10 pa 109 am. am. Udil 1Uii S O pm 3 10 pm TOO as ami. a 17 S II pt pa pm MAYMVILLK HHAMJII. ., Dally Daily Han. MIIiX-INER- Y. I am dally opening an elegant line ot Fall Millinery, Including all O. tfc M. ( bx. bun.)Ki. Lie CoTlnrtn Lexlufton Paris. ArrMlllartburK " The and Cufft Ruchlnn. will And m at the roomt lately vacated by etnl- ler A Warren, next ilwr to the Myert Uoute. Latest Novelties of the Season. UHIO & MISSISSIPPI il W Alto Notlont, tuch u Handkerchiefs Collars j ou IThedlrtct through line and old ettabllihed route CoraeU, Buttle, etc from " Jahntfin " Maytrllle. ZUS UODTH-Boni- KATE DVOOMUAIt Louisville & Cincinnati to St Louii and all points in the We it. Two (t) Dally Trains from Loulttlfle to St. Louli Three (l) Dally Tralna from Cincinnati to bU lioult. OnlylOioicrsj from LoatiTlllaand Cincinnati 8 20 put 8 H tin os pm a ml S8 nn 10 80 a m 7 40 pm oTST Dal It Datly tU. Hun. Kx. elan 5 M a o UMpta 8 17 a w 1 7 13 a m 2 71 ,t m 7 m 2 60 pra 723am S IS a m I 43 u I 018 i in I 9 n 424 pm 3 00 A Jllmlul Institution. Tho Bagdad Lumber, Blind u:ul Sash company of Florida, as described by Tho A tYliilnnvw ' Vntmv 1& nllf.nrrrwl nnnn lilc Times-Uniois u model Institution. N0110 ART AN'p' ARTIST8. , Its stock is for sale, and no money can articlo, "America' Sharo in A7cat3tlnstr? ,f of r Abbey," to lw puoiisbeii in an buy admission to tho compuuy. lt& stockTho dato ot Harpor'i) Magazine. Tho articlo will d& hibition of for tho opening of tho annual exholders are Its workmen, Its' clerks Itsmcila tho Pennsylvania Academy of cuss the various Americans sehoio mcmorle-ge'rs. Each Is qualified by entorln $omo been dellultely fixed for. tho aro preserved In tho 'abbey. A series of Fino Arti has one of tho branches of thp- business ty tho illustrations will ba mode rwlallv for Mia 10th of March nex. bottom and wording for "regular wagis ado votu or nix belonging to uio city of ''4 until, after mastering tho tletulls, he U nrtldo In tho series' of found . Tho fcAhinlngvolum promoted, and, when hls'fknk-s- nr Jvi for lack of exhibition room, aro to Ilnvo a n.u..i.. 'aluable, ho Is allotted a ccitaiu number of Inalienably, and tho Uhlted Stntoa" will bring the pcrlos down shares. Theso shares aro do Purls, which will stand In tho Ilo at tha death of tho lioldor they aro 0h lo J to iho present time. Mr. Uooih is te bo Arts Louviers. Wal-lactho utgucst utuuer among 1110 outer siocio .treated by Lawrenco UarroU; Ixstcr Tho mo3j itiipoitant etching by a Now York by William "Winteri Ullen Terry by holders for tho bincflt of tho'widow and children. Theio aro no capitalists and no (leorco tdgar Montsomery; Iiwieuca Bar- - .nrtlst this season is Hamilton Ilnnul ton' largo plato reproducing Jules Bruton's "Communiby Mr William Laffuu, with an accom-lyinstrikes. Tho company now owns 1,000,- poont by Austin Dobsonand Mr. cants," tho plcturo that attracted so much' at-- ' 000 acres of finely timbered land, employs many, men, and ships Us lumber in its CVjpieut HcoU,will wrlto of Mr. jyid. Mrs. .tcntlonoud brought such an enormous prlcp at tho Moi ran collootlou. owa fchoouors.. Now York Gun. "1. , 1 cariy-edltloJ- Inary in Brooklyn have issued an order that hereafter no bangs aro to be worn. Tho girls aro very Indignant and say that they will bo everlastingly banged before they will respect such a monstrous order. Ask them anything in reusou and thoy will doit, but surrender their bangs, novcrl Mrs. Minnie. Hill is the only woman pilot on tho Pacific coast. For some tlmo sbo hod difuVulty in procuring a license. Finally, however, sho succeeded, altar passing a successful examination. Mrs. Hill and her husband are tho owners of a littlo steainlioat, uhlcu bos bum plying about U10 lower Columbia und its tributaries for the past two years. Herenrter Uw, Hill will "tke the helm." Boston now has a gymnasium building exclusively for tho use of women, It is 11X) by y 75 feet, has six bowling allays, a good tennis Of tho 10,000 memlwrs' tWo League of court, a perfectly appointed gymnasium hall, American Wheelmen Nqy df York staf ches a. running track of twenty Laps to tho inllo, . ll7l;.,'IYmisylvnnit, 1,485 MnssaCkuhctts, n'lado of a patent compound of glue nnd felt, 1,4lNow Jersey, 014, rtud Ohio, 813. hot ,and cold water baths, and crory np- -' . 1 Ionian Iras gono to Canada. says ho pKauco that women could dosiro in a gymnasium, oven to a piano. This is tho result hopes to'Tpw his match wltfi Bearb In Now Wales somo time lnimiiTho stakes of tho untiring norkjrit Aiisa Mary E. Allen, South who for .years has bVen d voting herself to wiUbofWWa side, oiiit ftMj will allow Hanlan expenses. the physical culture bl Bn&nV daughters. A scheme for a memorial lo tho memory of tho Jato Fjed Archer has bcru placed licforo LITERARY JOTTINGS. Iho English public Sub?cri( tions havo lccn : Frauk 810011011,' iho fctorjrWritcr, (3 in mviieo ror ,ino..Tpurpose or, founding "- - ifon,-'w ,. . . pc bmwo boys,T inarKec nn t"Uio ior up i Washington. .1 CllHi:ilHlXTl MnitMntliue Alllionsh Miss Eliznlth- - Pmlyvlv f StAcuir. sutbles. UIIU VLU17I9 UJII UDJ LTJ, UUUU 1111111 o " j IllIf " olil, fcho ia btlU years aTioroai writer j , Voionw, vf tllo Iialun In stable, was tho an active jUllautbropl3t, .i&hA. tki.f rOrt OOf nlie.!AthA Cj.ft Mrs. Itoso, HartwiekjrLonw, whoso EamV a m. .ik .n..Vi!ti ..; tJ- ras inado famous by her poomof "Curfoi r rtM.inv i.K,M.-i?i.T. in ic Vu'TJ,' ?1 Mubt Not Riiic collected '..r" LT UUIbMlUCl MU.tiniJ ViVUJilU II (It lUJIll 111 volumo of her Inter poenisiuKl ballad i.'WLlcli 03, and, unplaced in 73.' Tlicir toW winnings bo published during tho early part.pf tho intakes arid purtcsoots up tho grand sum vpar. ' . ' ' nnw .osn. J nf 83 nerdar' Tho conductors of b, a young woman's tern- one, inasmuch as sho cot her dress covered ! tho down. Looking out "no window at tho falling flakes sho said: "Oh, mamma, look at the sky nil full of whito specks!" A valuable Stock Farmtontalnlcig 3i9 ArreA Then in a moment, "I dess Dod Las been tlmated 1 mile from Crab Orchard on the Sttntor making some now pillows. "Boston Itccord. pike. two new ttoro-ro'tand rooms orer aamei The built bj InHianlord.onifoatbiWleofMalnatreet, Also the brick resldeaca In wblct Uwtler A hoo. SPORTING GOSSIP. 1 am now llelng. II. O n'HfjK V, Ji Blanford.Ky. jOl-Teenier, Hamm and Ten Eyck havo returned from England. Teenier hays Beach Is tho best sculkr In tho world. COMMERCIAL HOTEL Pat Kflleen. tho heavy weight of Duluth, Is matched to light Ed McKeo wn for $1,000 a ADAMS, sldo on Doe. 23, nt Minneapolis. Rothcrhlll, tho stallion just Imported by Mr. Swlgert, of Kentucky, is an own brother to Tetrarch, the sire of Tho Bard and Miss I bare lately purchased Jtti hotel and bar iai.U inene lintrovni(stila Irt -IF. Jennings. n style 1 Intend to koeprTrrrtMng- In It Is stated that Paddy Kyan has refused an in! m.V.Anlv TnnilfcrjtiirhArtfpft-- . roij for!i:Tersl rears f i,rn l,pn nn ih offer from Pat Sheedy of $ $00 .aweek and traveling men, and I will make oxixmsos to trael with yjojjohil .1. Sullivan Lnoir the wanta of lo tujp with tu. 180-- 1 jr, it to their tnteroH combination. .,'' """ FOR WAIiE tl I BYJ.W. McKINNEY, - KY flrst-cla- j i A-Q-n.t- ac3 ComUiuationjJ INTERIOR Andlbe It' THE JOURNAL' i 1 Mots. Tralnt S acd 4 are dally between Ixlngton and Cincinnati: other tralni aredally except Sunday. From Cinclnatl to3u Itnlt. Direct conn, rtlont are made at Wlnehmter with Cbetapeake A Ohio lor Bterllng, Athlanj, rPVir C 06 1V1. Ittbeonly line running lluntliiitton, Charletton, ill Va., and KatUrn clU W. JLIIO LI. through irou Uulirllle lea. and Cincinnati to 8t. l.uult, all other routet btlny F..'L ''"- - Not. S and 4 run la Winchester made up of a combination of tmall roada. HolldTrKln with Pullnitn Blrwplnjf Cart Ulweoc Cincinnati and Itlchuiond, Va,, and WluchesUl TboOblo A Mlailt'lppl Itallwa runt 1'alallal and iVathltutor, D. C. .. tjlecpln; Cart on night tralnt; .uxurUnt Tar- Throuch tlckala and bura.in. lot Cart on day tralnt; Klrtfant Day Coach- doiltnallon rracbed by rallruad. et on all trains. For lull particulars, rail on any agent of the company, or Direct and close cunncctlont are made In UNJOri O.r. JJ. SIltlWK, DKl'OTrJ wllh dlserElng Unit by tbeO. A M. D.A.FEKLtY, aen.t'aAa. Anwnt, Trar. Fata. AeeDl. irobletome trant- lUllway, thut avotaiu i Cnrlngton, Lexlniion. Ht fert by oilier routct. II B. UUNliKoVoN'Ibxelrer. Hallway It tho only Urn The Ohio A (Itfuerattil'dott, OutlugUiu, Ky bolween lxiiiliTllle, Cliulonatl and (it. Uui under 01.0 mi.i;tiiifDt, running all tu tralna throujti tolld and In euutniiiruce It recognised Mrtt-Cla- u ltiuu be tween ttione Cltire Apply to ticket Arpui 1 of counecllnx llufs to.- NEWPORT NSWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, full particulate as 10 rat en, time, uiapt, clrfUhror any desired Information, or write to THE- lHllr. 11. FollMAN, ' Trav. Pats. Att'l O. A 11. U'r. Bomcrset. K W.ll.SUATTUC,. 'JOHN Jfi IIABNAllD, utn, ran. rres. anu uon't iimrgr, . Cincinnati, O. Win-ehtel- Tho Only Lino by whloh you oan got a ThrouRb. Slooping Oar loL Loult. Lro Maytellle...... " Jonnton. ' Carlltl ., Mlllertbur Arr . " MxlnRton .... upa 18 Parl..... " Cjtln,fon eei S 9 II so a in Ma Ui loa m 8 10 p m no a pm pro JtrM hvi ... Mtt-lulp- ari . CHiie OillufflTF TrfftahlnBlon, LoulaTlUe Weakly . Courier-J- o 83-t- wo uriiall uw tax little ' THE SEMt-WEBKL- Y One year fjr only more man wjd ppcn rit ui t. M Now York. aNIMV rhlladolphla and SLUGl'LVH ittll The only line luunlug1 -- i m I fc ". ,.?.. .ft you, will reeolyo lorrle jvr By paying us l, the your borne papor wllb tbrf ropreeentatlTe newspaper of the Houtti, democratonly, and tu bett, ic and for 1 larltf for' rerenue brlghtoet and ablett famllj weekly In the United uni.. Thnu arhn ilmlrn to examine a temple can do to at thlt AjDco. i copy of tha Courier-Journ- ii VII A . i.Ui Courier-Journa- TiBt?fllPaiiSiBl1P3rt-l,ntv-Tr- . fcSOtlD TitAIN Connoting In tbe isme'dci 01 al r;.;r; 7eZZ.t?'' PENNYROYAL PILLS '."CHICHESTER'S v SSsSS Interior Journal ai'ANk-OBP- Lpujgrilli. Oinoinnati & Lexington, Kj. v to Washington Uitj, Jl m raBt-.lain- Idlitti.bH AME Katd by w 4l The Orlfclnnl nnd Only (JeaitlBO. Imlutlont. tnJibwii. to lUIUMh ENGLISH." b LADIES. iriiil.t PAPER, tklvhntcr (or A.k litl.r xr imrfAM return malL Ckrmlrnl Co., , K1?. yourneiMrctt roo, Uooeul Tho Dlrtct Itotue to Lyucbbnrg. (VnTlllf, Norfolk nnd all Vir.lnu t. fcrejNortb Carolina 1'ulnta. Pdr ftrknia antl ftiitlia.e ln1:.ttn.. H...U . i rt for Now York, tlcsetofflceor alJnwt AkuI, Lostii.tmi, Ky. V. V w Mon ." AU for "Clilehee Ilrticirll rtuujrvjni ui. Take na Mlicr lora t.uaii For tale by Dr. U.U BODX'.NK, ettnfortl, rrrhrf. , W. P. WALTON. Pro'r. fabublltbcd , W. !. SdVhvi'iealdoul. uotri f UultTllle, Ky. WU'HtlAJl, II. I'UM.KB. fui' , k.i Am. n. ..i IiHBE'.HUPFMAH, . v etery low price of Tuely end Friday at tbe k fc4tJjaCrI30I'sV'' Z331Vrri TIV DOWjAIW-PE- Tk'EAK. 'I roeuftaurs Carti la Til a DATS. ' ai suuure. ui BXiNFOUD, KY. 8treot, two doo 1 St lo Bouth side Uln " ce tUeiljeriHottli 11 b ,,FaieNlweut OxMtGai admlBltiered quired. ..' when TOIO "WOR.K. tt Of CtASSIS ' ItTjuCieelMlCa. ClBelnnaU Oslo. Mrd.ilSrlki hire 10M conilJtr. aUt.tadtaerrnr cam I: IiiiglrtnuUihctlca. Alcett A ll.W, IUImo. (t.Y. Sold by DrufiUu. and t.lttt. V We eertlillr our U ii thttmi nowo to at In CkaoiiKaca Kaii,l rndr Noatly aud Choaply Executed. file 1.08. kU