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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886123101 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. N 9 9enti VOL. XIV. ?mi-88kl2inlmirpiiriml & Itetll CSmrrOEPAHlMEfiT. OANHLLE, BOUECOUNIt re atffiaf lumftwi NO. 100. FOR RENT. my House and lot on Hppf r Main Street, In Sunturd, noir oecupUd by Mr. W. M. Bogle, for the year 1537, commencing with JanHUSTONV1LLE. LINCOLN COUNTY, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1886 OARRARD FttbUhed TU&Mava -- AT ami Frldav sa aaax annum, understood If we cash. U erdlt that IJ.W will pmM knit demanded. V. P. WALTON- - CMa? ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Tho candy pulling at the college bill Monday night was quite & success and a enjoyable occuton to the Urge crowd present. Mr. H. B. Farrls has accepted a clerk-thl- p In Mri. Alice Wells' itora at Junction City, W know of one tad heart occaiion-e- d by his departure. We extend thanks to Mr. Arch Carson fur the nlcd Xa.as dinner cent to ui. Among the other deilctciaa woi a watermelon kept from last auson In a perfect itate of prcser-ratio- yy n. I r Mr. Jamea Adams hti been quite alck for eereral day a. Miss Leila Doorcs li luflerlnjc greatly with a very badly bruiied band, caueed by a heavy window aaah falling upon It. Mr. D. 0. Payne and family havo moved to thtilr home on Stanford atreet. Mr. W. 0. Hansford, who formerly occupied it, has moved to the houee rKently vacated by Mr. Jin Ilutohiion. Tho ChriitliB Sanday ecbool presented Mr, John Biiley, anptrlntcndeat, with a Faradiee handaome edition of Milton' and Itjfjalned, aa a token of appreciation for hit services m a zealous Sunday Bchool Worker. After more than a month'a absence wfi colgain appear in the correspondent' umn. Mr. Kobert L. Davia will please accept our sincere thanka for the excellent manner In which he conducted the correspondence during our ahc&c'e. "Another year has gone and with it many a glorious throng of happy dreams," yet the Iimuuon Journal still Htm and its victorious banner floats wide upon the kiwis. Mr. Editor, we sincerely wish that during the cr.atng year it may be even Mere prosperous than even before. On Xtnss eve the fun loving crowd was not allowed to indulge in firing Raand so on in the man candles, streets, but on Xtaaa night the privilege was granted then and the old town was made right merry until 12 o'clock, when the eaitiee ended wltii a big bonfires There will bs rmlcea at the Christian church ttext Sunday morning and night, conducted by Rev. J, Q. Montgomery. lie baa been employed to preach for the LAND. STOCK AND CROP church once a month next year. He is an excellent preacher and all the members of For Rbht -t- he Wm. Hays house and the church are much pleased at having 30 acres of land. F. Reid. kla services aa pastor. Jerry Briscoe sold to John Allen 13 Mr, Jamea GIlkerwHi.ono of our clll shipping cattle at 4 cents. xw, but of Hootch affinity, after a sojourn G. W. Bedford, of Bsurbon, eold 100 of some months in the "lands of the moun- head 1,700-poucattle at $4.42. tains and the floods," has returned home. J. S. Owsley sold to Lshman & Bro,, He seems to think it no ordeal to crosi the 70 bead of 1,450 pound cattle at $3.00 rolling ocean, for this U bis fourth or fifth Wanted To bay stock fodder and visit to Scotland. lie brought with htm straw. G.A. Swinebroad, Stanford. Ken from the estates of the Duke of Olugaw, at Billymeaa, Ireland, a pair of Irish black tucky. Fon Balsc -- 12 hesd of high grade fat reds and pair of Irish brown reds and precowi. Apply to K. II. Bronaugh, Crab sented them to Mr. Laden Lwley, 4t Mies Onthla Carson has pone to Som- Orchard. Ky. Corn at Midway brings SI 70 per bar erset. Mrs. Rhoda IUggins and Miss Bet-ti- e, from Greenwood, are spending the rel delivered, 400 barrels being sold nt that Xtuas holidays with Mra. Geo. II. King. price last week. Fifty tons of hay ready baled, and 27 Mrs. Ellen Siunders, or Westervllle, Ohio, is visiting Miss Lou Jama and other rela- Bsrkihlre sboats, about half of tborr nice " tives hero. Mrs. Jos Co thy, of Danville, gilts, for sale. John Bright. is mingling with old friends here. Misses William L. Walker, of Adair, cold to Minnie Elliott and Van Winkle, from Robert Young 17 head ol 3 and 4 year otd Kirknyllle, are the gueata of Mr. and Mrs. mules at $80 and a fraction per head. D. B. EJmiston. llisj Maud Pettus left Spectator. this week for Somerset, where she will at BG. Gover and R. O. Nunnelley Mrs, Sophia Carson and bought of J. F. Gover 100 acres of land on tend school, Miss Lottie arc viittinjj in Huatonville. the, Mitledgeville pike, adjoining Adam Mr, Simon Qormley is shaking hands with Carpenter's, at $50 4. Lee, Hudson & Co. bought In Mirl old friends hero. Mies Nannie. Stephenson, ot Richmond, is the guest, of Ihe MUses county 15 bead of good cotton mule, i; Miss Sallie Gwsfajv is (spending. j to i.uj nanus nigo, at prion rang Ward. Xmas with friends in Sojfemet. Mr. Geo. from $65 to$U5 BUndard. There werp 500 cattle oa the Wine Ilsrrk tho obliging clerk pLih, "Harris House, is visiting his sister,' Kit. termarket Monday, with good demnnd fi ?. in Louisville. feeders, which were very scarce. The bul Oa Xsus eve there was a Laetm at oi cauie Bom ai irom $.1 uu to jJ.bUj year the Christian cburoh and & Tree ttV the'Col. lings brought from $23 to $39 per bend; 25 rf. cer nut 100Q pound feeders, $35 25; 15 lece hall. Tbe tree we did n beta, ry pret ituooth feeders, $3 74. 1 have heard it spoken benefit of ty indeed. It was given for t J ihn A.Judy bought pfd"). A. Gay 60 anaged by cattle, weight 1,450 pounds, at $3,75 per tho school children and" wan (tier was cwt. GofTA Anderson sold to W. B. Kidd Mrs. 8. F. H. Tarrant'. Th preelded over by Mrs,, Joe Uhbiftltaart, Mis 01 1,425 pound cattle at 3? cents, Mri. ei Millie Brooks, Lura Deques and Sllen Leonora Rankin sold a turkey gobbler last Ward and was one of, the wfaH bistftiful week which weighed 48 pounds net. This Xmas .designs we have ever bmb wli (be is the largest turkey that we have ever lamn HiM Inmlln'WailHrUnnRl beard of. It brought 10 cants per pound. loveliness to the ecsno. dstbe,,wall on: Winchester Dsmocrat. either eide of the pulpit, in large letters, A. E. Hundley has purchased of bts was the motto, "Peace on earth, good will father 133 acres of land on the Danville to men" The ladies have been much com- pike, midway between here and D.mvllle, plimented upon the tasteful arrangement of at about $04, and 140 acres of 'Dr. Logan) tho many lovely and handsome presents adjoining, at eame price. This gives him a that ornamented the ladder. One of the solid farm of 375 acres aud the characmost bandeome was a very large gilt edged, ter of tbe land ean be formed when it Is family bible presented to told that he refused an ofler of $12 per acre morocco-boun- d Mm W. M. O'Bryaa by her h&sband. lent for 100 acred to go in hemp. Messrs. John Bailey and P. J. Chandler -- Mrs. Polly Jackeon, a lady ninety exiled ofi the presents and they were distributed among the large audience by four years of age, living near 0iugsville, left lote)7 young ladlee: Misses Irene Billion, alone In her room, .had her clothinir to Nannie Kennedy, Aooio Fish and Snora I oatoh fire, and received such injuries us G&nffd her doalh. Hays Ll -- ts Lancaster. A marrisgo license was issued Wednesday to Sam Hall and Miss Sallie McQaerry. Misses Mary Annie Wilmore and Jessie Hemphill and Mrs. Wilmore were guests of Miss Mamie Olds this week. Clsy Gill, colored, got on a tear last Monday and tried to clean out that eve-soto our town, "Battle Row." He was arrested and fined $5 and coats by tbe Police Judge. Police court meets in solemn sasfion (Thursday) vend promises to be quite well patronittd, Several prominent cilistns who were guilty of breaking the fire cracker ordinance are to be arraigned. The delegation of young ladles and gentlemen who attended the hop at Stanford Tuesday night were completely charmed by the elejaace of the affair and tbe courteous treatment they were made recipients of. The condition of Joshua Aldrldge, who was shot by Joseph Turner last Saturday night is much better and bis physicians think now he may recover. Turner's trial has bren postponed until Saturday and his bail fixed al $750. Messrs. Chas. and EJ. Sparks, of Nich. oiaivllle, are visiting their grandfather, Mr. Stephen Marrs. Capt. Mike Salter Is down from the mountains, where be is stationed as gusger, on a visit to friends. Miss Bes sle Bash, of North Mlddletown College, is spending the holidays at home. It is astonishing to see how the once weak and lowly iron poker is comlog to the front as a weapon forfightiog purposes. Two flints have occurred in Lancaster since the beginning of tbe holidays and in each instance a poker was used by one of tbe combatants. The great difference in tbe length and thickness of tbe poker will never allow it to do much in tbe concealed weapon line, but in a grab n con(eat the poker Is already making rapid stride toward the front. A party nu given by Stera Adams in Upper Gtrrsrd last Monday night. Among thegueits were two desperate characters named George GaJJoey and John Tankers-ley- . These two worthies insisted on remaining after the other guests had taken their leave bat were finally persuaded to go by Adams. Returning in a short time they began shooting at Adams with pistols, several of the shots taking effect in faU breut. He will likely die. The two murderous assailants have not been arrest ed aa yet. Adams is said to be a Card- working peaceable farmer. Gaffaey and Tankeraley live in that section of upper Garrard known as "The Boshes," and have bid reputations. y vrhat-you-ca- nd -- The old Mr. John C. Breckinridge Herman and loqilry; "Who struck Billy Miss Mary II Minor, daughter of William P4tieraon7'' has bsen superseded by tbe Minor, all of the weaV end, obtained mnr-rlsg- qaettion, "What lilt Bill Adm-?- " This will probably net-- r h license Wednesday. nf,TA. We have had h cnt,niinn dew fall for A masquerade party iilven bv tli matron and (eaobers of .the Daaf and D.iinb ev ral dsys, iepi-in-- d in mint, but congeal- Institute to the pupils thereof Welneedaj linieoon as It futU, und renderlnc hli?h- night was a source of great enj lyinent to wttyeand byways difficult and dangerous those concerned. To night in the chspel f navigation, A letter from C. T. Armstrong, of of the Institute "Ten nights in a bar room" will be presented for the entertainment of Boyle, formerly of this connty, mentions that he has about concluded to sell bis the mutes. Mr. Thorase Emhry, of Fayette, ship4-pe- farm. He has a beautiful and valuable to day to CitnilW, Gi., a carload of farm near Perry ville. Ahappy New Year to you, Mr. Edicotton mules and left for that point bins-seon the 11:25 A. m. train. Haas & tor, and the salutations of the eeason to Hlndman bought this morning of Logan the slaO, in and out of the office.' A greetCaldwell 22 turkoa that averaged IS) lbs. ing, too, to the ureal host of readers who each. Lee, Hudson & Co, shipped this have learned to prise the Journal. week to Atlanta, Ga., 21 cotton mules and Having barely survived the loss of paterhorses. nal benediction pronounced by the editor Mr. Felix G. Fox, who has been visit over the fidelity cf the three lucky ones, log bis father'! family, will leave (one of whom is revelling amid the scenery (Friday) for his home in Kansas Citv. of tbe Sunny South, and the other two Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hudson leave to- having the fortune to live in localities that morrow for Louisville, where Mrs. Hudson have always been fruitful in material for will remain eomo time with her parents. starting history) I hasten, like Jacob of old From Louisville Mr. Hudson will go to to crave a fragment of the blessing. Atlanta to remain until he disposes of stock The truth is I sat up till midnight Saturhis firm, Bruce, Lee & Hudson, have in day night, hearing the detonations of low that city. Mr. John S. Hoskins has moved flung artillery, and hoping for some casualInto his new houre a mile north of town. ty worthy the columns of the oonnty papen Mr. Robart Freeman, of Ltxington, la but in vain. The youthful heirs apparent in town soliciting subscriptions for the to the American presidency the future Detroit Frte JVmj, which he says is a good Senators, and the embryo ministers plenifireside paper. Oje big trouble he finds in potentiary carried through tbelr intellectuthe way of success in Danville is that when al and appropriate celebration of the day our leading citterns settle down by their without bloodsked. A promising fight firerfdes they like to have tho Iktekior bubbled up among the negroes in which Journal close at band and until they read several knock downs were encountered; but that they want no other paper ou the face the breczt soon subsided without serious " of the globe. The ladies "jaat adore" the prejudice, I, J , their only pesalble objection to it beOne of our most admired performers in a ing that it won't make a first-cla- n bustle. sensational drama recently produced In Hon, M. J. Durham and wife left to- Cincinnati wss n big bulldog, that at a day for Louisville to remain until Satur critical point in the play came bounding day evening with Judge Durham's daughout, seizing the vidian by. tbe throat, or ter, Mrs. Morrln. They will leave Situr- - thereabouts, hung on like grim death amid day night for Washington City. Mr. D. J. uproarious applausi. The other night he Foley, of Cincinnati, agent for Dr. Dawson, grabbed his man as usual, bat eometbing owner of the Oleanai House, is in town. gave way and tho dog fell near tbe foot- Hon. William H.Tarr and wife and Miss light-Jan- d then' be stood there and calmly Btssie Tarr.of Wellaburg, W. V., axe vis- ate a big piece of liver, which had beeB iting their daughter and elster, Mrs. d, fastened under the villian's throat and had wife of Rsv. R. G. Noland, of the hitherto been the incentive for the dog's Episcopal church. Cil. John Cowan, of exertion. the Chatanooga bar, and Mr. Jewltt Allen, A lovely wife lay dying. Thero waa no a real estate dealer of the same city, are in lack cf woman's nursing; no lack of hustown. band's tears, as they stood at tbe bed while All sorts of unreasonable stories, evi the flattering soul lingered. Doubtless he dently in the interest of prohibition, are loved her in a mannish way, but he was a kept afloat concerning the death of William man still more, a Chicago man. At this Clarksonat Junction City on Christmas moment he was struck with temorse, and day, and everything short of wilful and ma he ejaculated. "Oh Julia, if you will only licious murder is charged on those vho live I will be the best husband that ever kept him company on that day. The facts was," Her expiring brrath faintly exhaled seem to be these: Mr. Glarkson and a few "O Tom, that's too thin!" friends got to drinking egg-noand finish ed up on brandy and other liquors. The re Joho.H. Craig, whose home is in Indiwaa no force as baa been charged; there was ana, near Indianapolis, is alx feet four and no pressure of any sort; all drank, as men a half inches in height and weigh- - 830 will sometimes do, especially on Christmas, pounds. He measures eight feet two inches and all drank to exoess, and towards night around the hips and IB inches around Mr. Clarkson died. There is abundant evl the ankle. Ho was born 30 years ago and dence to show he was effected with heart then weighed but 11 pounds. Two years disease and that he realiztd the fact him- later he took a przs nt one of Barn urn's self. A reliable gentleman told your cor baby shows btciu-- e he weighed 200 pounds. respondent that he had been suffering very Appirently be has been growing ever since. much with bis heart for several days before Two negroes were bung by a mob for his death and on tbe morning of that dy, when perfectly sober, bo said to his wife murdtr near Viclsburg, Miss. that his heart troubled htm more than usuBucklen'o Arnica Salvo. al and that if Mia should at any time die, ThobtitSilro In the world lorCuti, Brulici suddenly, for her not to go to tho useless Soros, Salt Rheum, FOTer Sores, Totter, Chapped expeoes of wearing mourning. But those Uandt.CkUblains, CoraianJ all Skin Eruptions, interested in keeping up the bugaboo per- and pomlTely cures Piles, or no pay required, I, sistently lose sight of all this and continue ti guarantood to gtro perfect Mtlifictlon, or money refunded. Prlco 25 cent por box. For aale by to assert that Clarkson was killed by whisFonny A MeAlliter. ky and whisky men. Interesting Experiences. e d U No-lang H. K. TAYLOR, Of LOGAN COUNrY.UaCtndfdsto or thsofflca pfBuperlntendent of Public Instruction, subjsat to ths Democratic HutoConvention. I wish to rent 1167. uary 1st, 181-J- t. MRS. KATB IZAYB, Stanford, Ky. For Sale aja Bargain. T OfT.r fAr ..ta nrlvafAlw In a.aMr.J v ?51.?bi9re1(,ence.w,lh,Ten was end porch' Well of water at the door; stable, smoke louse, Ac About an acre or ground In thn lot. For terms, Ac, apply to a. ACFOJtD. le&- Agontfor J.B.AUord. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. J. All person having debt against the Lincoln Land Company are roinceted to present them to J W. Alcorn at bis omce In Stanford, Ky ,,. o.c.JticMiAnn, President. Town Iot For Sale 1 Store-XSoo- Ri For Iteitt IN STANFORD- a.rci'rrauuuTDOl Mr. w. II. AndMion, for Silo privately hi neat brick house and Iofisr lot of two arret on Bomenet Avenue In Stanford. The place hat all the necessary Improvements and Is a very detlrabla one. Call on or address ms at Stanford In regard to it. The ITayden Storo-Eoothe test In Stanford, In location anl arrangement. Apply to l-t if. a. irELcn, MWCOSIB JttOTEJ KT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel I still maintaining It fins reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to tbe traveling public. M. XEll'COUn, Pro'r, SWn Mt. Vernon, Ky. well-kno- '' l'.M MfcnoitKRTS. Stanford, Ky. I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall ery, lncludlog all Millin- r. The Latest Novelties of the Season. Abo Notions, such a Handkerchief. Collar and Cuff, Ruchtog, Corset, Bustle, etc. You will Und me at the room lately racatd bjr Smiley A Warren, next door to ths Myers House. ISMm JiATB DVDDEUAIt. JB. H. FOX, The Photographer, FOB SAXE ! A Talaable Stock Farm containing 3 IS! Acres situated 1 mile from Crab Orcriard on the Stan lord pike. The two new itore-roiand rooms our time, In Stanford, on Boath tide of Main street, built by Owalej- - A Son. Also the brick residence In which I am now tiring. JOt-Btanford, Ky. lI Ifemvillc, - - - - Ky. Frames Made to Order. A Grand Combination THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And tho Louisville COMMERCIAL HOTEL BY J. W. ADAMS, I MoKINNJSY, - - KY. Weekly Courier - Journal Courier-Journa- Ons year for only 8S two papers for little I bto lately purchased this hotel and hTo mors than the pries of one. made many ImproTomenU In It. I intend to keep ererrthlng la st style, and make only moderate charges. By paying us 89 yon will receive ror one year A I hare ben oa the road for sereral years I l, know the want or trarellng men, and I will maks your home paper with the ths representative newspaper of ths South, democrat180-- 1 to their Interest to stop with me. yr. it ic aad for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe best, brightest and ablest lamlly weekly In the United Bute. Those who desire to examine a ssmplo copy of tha Courier-Journcan do ao at this offlee. CITIZENS NATIONAL nrst-cla- BANK, al OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL - - - $135,000 00 PIANOS! This Bank solicits account of lndlrlduaU, firms Concert Grand, and corporations. Its facilities for making colParlor Grand, lections, In all parts of the United States, are Saby Qrasd, and cutoaera are at all times granted Upright Grand, any reasonable accommodations they toe proper to ask. We beg to offer our serrlces to the citiSauare Grand. zen of neighboring counties, without Banking We are opening tbe most carefully selected, tbs facilities, and assure them that any business tent Onett and best stock of u shall at all times hare prompt and faithful attention. PIANOS AND ORGANS DIHECTOBSi J. M. UIGGINBOTHAU, LEWIS Y. LEA.YELL, JOEL J. WALKEB, J. W. LOOAN, J. 8, JOHNSON, L. F. HUBBLE, T. M. ABKOLD, B. O.MULLIN8. J03.8IMPJON, 25 Ever brought to thl city, Every instrument Is the pride of an artist and price range from 10 to percent, lower taan other dealers ask for tha tame goods. Person ol musical and art culture are Invited to an lnsptctlon of tbe beautiful , cultivated, refined tone and artist dotlgnsol these celebrated instruments: OFFICERS i J. M. HIQGINBOTHAH,PBE3T. LEWIS Y.LEAVELL, J. P. SANDIFEB, CASHIER, B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. Tlio moos Decker & Sob, World-rcHOiTu- Iuinlic, tho Fa the FoDakr Ev- erett aad the Reliable Now England Piano9, The Celebrated Olongb, and Warren and the John Olrarch & Oo. Organs. l-i- l.OOO-'poun- d ola V-t-- die for George looks would almost kill them if JWdon't mi a gun. Armstrong Stroud fcud Mle3 Lou Bry tint, of Pulaski qupty, came to this place and boardod the'traln, accompanied by F.S; Gooch and wife, and went to Chitwood, Tenn., and got married. The bride is a, daughter of Dr. M. G, Bryant. J. H, R9ynolda arrived Xmas eve day from Kansas, where he has been making home for some time. Mo Eabanks waa with tbe writer Christmas. He and T. J. Padgett have gone on a visit to tbelr girls In Pulaski. W. O. Perkins and wife, of Lexington, are at Duch Gooch's. fihar man Singleton and wife are-alshero on a visit. .. . ' The Christmas tree aUhfs place on the 2f'.h at night was an entire success and everybody was pleased. Old Santa Clans was there with his full dreM on. On hie arrival everybody waa tickled and the. small boys could hardly, bold themselves' Thetw'n trees, placed Jn the new church were loaded down with presents. There was, 700 presents on tbem rasing from dog knifes to fine suits of crothe?, accordloas, violins, overcoats and almost nnytlilng one could imagine. o Ulram Cameron, Furatturo Dealer of Columbub, Ga., tolls liUexporlonce tbus: "For tbreo years -- John of H. W. Caldwell havo trlod erery remedy on tlio market for DUordcrirbut gat no relief, unone black .Kbrse 12 yearo old for $100, Took ao bottles and Rev, J. M. Cross, of Point Burnlde, til I tuoaElectr'ip,Jltters. am no cured, an 'think Electric JBlttcn the best will preach At the Baptist church here the BlojdPurlfltrlfitlisrirorld." '.Major A. D. Kecd, second Friday night in January. of West Liberty, Ky-- , used Eiectrloiilnrsforan George S. Carpenter, of Stanford, is old standing Kidney affection and aayi: "Notts hero and the birds have a good chance (o tug has over done mo ao much leood cs Electric Bitter." Bold at SO cents a bottle by Penny it HAYHESBtrnd, $l Mosler bought LINCOLN COUNTY. UcAUster.1 Discovery. Capt. Coleman, tchr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. Y., hadboen troubled with a cough ao that he was unable to sleep, and was Induced to try Dr. King' New Dlicorery for Consumption. Itnotonlygsro htm inetaht relief, but allayed tb6 extreme soreness in hit breast. Ills children wsre similarly aSected anilKsngo.' uose sad iu same happy jeneet. ut, sung- - New DlscoTeryia now tho standard remedy Initio Coleman, household and on board tbs schoinjrf Free Trial Battle of this Standard Rsmedy at Penny A MeAHsier Drugstore, A' 1 Captains Fortunate 4v& Please communicate with us for catalogues, term nd price. S. It. 0 L. COOK, Special Ae'ts. Stanford, Ky. Or ROSE R. RICHARD, Reference: A. R. Fenny, Mr. E. M. CarpenThou Shalt ko to BOURSES tot all thy ter, J. U. Philip, J. M. Moore and Janice liws-leChristmas Goods, Btan.'ord; Mr. Maggie Holmes, Crab OrchReason: Bsurnsbaa Jnst received direct from New York City the nicest and cheapest lot erer ard; Qen. W. J. Landrau aud Miss Llzzlo Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. brought to this neck of tbs woods, Thou ahalt buy tho medicines from Bourns. Reason: Bourne's goods tro pure Thy life la too raluable to be sacrificed because of luort rem edles. Thou ahalt marry soon , Terr soon. Reason: Tho goose bono marketh tbls a hard winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will make thee beantlful abote thy lellows. (It thou dost not desire to marry, thou oort desire to be enrled OHIO & becsusa of thr brsutr. i Thou ahalt go huntlna and fishing. Bourno has tbe materials. The direct through lino and old established route Thou shilt hiTB a babr. a fiddle, an accordion, from violin strings, lamps, frames, pictures, minora, Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii warranted lewelry. Bourno ha thess and the finest lot of candles and all points in tbe West. timiiffht tn Ktsnfuru. ATr Thnu.li.it Lien lb mind lhat Bourne Is the Two m Dally Trln from Louisville to St Lout. oleTereatman (except Lr. Cox) and tbe besS'roan Three (3) Pally Train from Cincinnati soueai wiia. toSMmla. . "Rotes red, Wolets blue, . 'Shakespeare, Qn)y 10 fiotira from Louisville and Cincinnati 1. lh. dice for you. Louis, In fact, the half ( bis glories and fine goods i , bare not been told ttes. The Only Lino by which you can 4 - gat a Through Stooping Car FIVE COMHANM! J. post-offic- e. y, 133-l- O. & M. MISSISSIPPI 1 1, ftoui-Ka'- tpt. THE XHOltOUOIIIJRtn I A-t From Cincinatl to SU Louis. " 1 f HOLSTEINFRIfSMBULL MARQUIS Of1 tbe only line ArTVT X J. toSt. Louis,through tromroutsrunning Louisville and Cincinnati all othor being PVlO JLJUU saade up of a combination of small A road. ADELINE. ti.ii ia Th'l floe Hull will aland tbe season now com- .. a. . .UI. jt . I. a . anA.a.K DlfeA v., javuMM at iuy ai.viw uu inn auia.,. half mile from Btanfrrd Court House, a ft the season, wl'b the prisurge oi oresming mo cow un til tnecosr proves in can. juouoy uuo wneu cow ( i Uarqultof Adeline's aire, Herbert, Cist Mired, . Marnuls of Adllene's dam,. Adeline, her aire Imported tTncle Tom Uim Imported Lady further partlculari ai to uedlgre see II,. Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and coUt F.H.JI. ' Piles 60c "For sslo by McRoberU A Stags. Tklslta Terr fine youus Ball from a celebrat- tho ths cow ;.fj .'d jauillyofot milker Includinghaving Eobo, J5,- , reiused hi r day; her owner ereaUst Green's Ktpctrlc Oil cures all whes aud, pains, wo rar nor. lslan cattle have taken tbe The Uolsteln-FFor' aale by McBoberU A Stigg at SOc. lead a th beat for tbe family, and a cross with the bbortburn produce 'a very fin animal. I tbls Gseent Golden Balm, sUro cure for 'Catarrh at will buy all th mat calves begotten by time, Bull atgo.dnI:ta dolTero4,.t vfnlng eocflt McKobcrtt Ji Stagg's. Forsaloby McRobertsASUggatfl. Ho w la ytur blocdt Use Green's SamparllJa Apollo and Dam Imported Southern Beau- FUh-er.for .... ' , rt Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Bleeping Car on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coaih-c- s on all train:. Direct and closo connections are made in UNION with dlvorglog line by th O. A M. 'BEPord thus avoiding troblctome transRailway, fers by other routca. Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is tho pnly Una between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis under one management, running all It trains through solid and In conmvjuenca It recognized First-ClaRouto between those Cities. Apply t ticket Agent of connecting line for full particulars a to rates, time, maps, clrcultrs er any desired Information, or write to ROBT. II. FOllUAU, . Trav. Ptss. Az't O. A M. Kr. W.B.SUATTUC, MBM F. BARNARD, Wttt. and Qou'l Mtn'gr, Ucn. Pais. Agl, Cincinnati, O. Tho Ohio as r, '180-- tl r,, eiaBfiu-;Ky- . Tho Temple Theatre at Philadelphia, one of tho finest in th'ecounlry was'ttirned. The loss In $200,000. .", When Baby aick, wo gTO Km Castoria, When tho wm a Child, the cried for Calorl,fr 'JWhen sboWame ills, aha dunf to Cat'tori? Whan she had Children, tbe garo theta CastorU " , L.RH V. UVTttif.AU, STANFORD, KY. s Tlio Oritrlnnl nsid Only Grnulae. S.Nutll..;.H ll.ll.H- lu.wt.rworthlnMlmlUlUliS. r l.illiMiiubW LADIES. A.k .UMT.or "I'UlhMlt,', EaaU.h'.sS US. u i..r lliHiht kUtud. -. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.' In Uttot hf Oitc '' 4 Main titiset, two South aid liw tb Mteri HoUli PntoNUioas " Oxide pas adalntttsrsi lt Wi.mM)baat P Cfc.,lcnl nlnra C. mstU Itqulied. ' ' r fasn i Sold by DmSEl.t ttr". Kutll.L" J'tnuj r.jnl Pill. TS s. Mbr FivrloS "-- . M IhBOURVE, 'rft' rt titryubrr. A.k for "t'blrhei. J 3 Sii-?SltehIi!3nlmorIott- . ease has raged and fewer homes havo been broken into by death than in any year for a long time. Locally we havo much to bo thankful for and generally the situation knot near bo bad as it might be, though some sections, South Carolina and tho Texas coast for instance, have terribly suffered. Tho year will pass into history aa notable for tho lartre number of deaths among our prominent men, but thoy had all reached nearly tho allotted ago of man and many of them attained to tho highest rune; of wo the ladder of fame. enter upon, tho untried and unknown vicissitudes ot another year, hopeful for tho beat and trustful to the Giver of all good and perfect gifts. Let us make good resolves and keep them and striving always to do our full duty to God and man, make it a happy year indeed. To each of our patrons wo extend tho compliments of tho season and wish them all a joyful realization of their proper ambitions and anticipations. The capture of tho Adams Express robbers, who got off with $10,000 of boodle, with the connivance of Agent Frothingham, and the return of most of tho money stolen, was the best piece of detectivo work ever accomplished by Pinkerton'8 Agency. They started uu the smallest of clues, but succeeded in accomplishing their purpose after two months' hard work and frequent chases upon cold trails. Whitrock, tho fellow who did the work, might havo continued to enjoy wealth, but his desire to his become notorious led him to write to newspapers under the name oi Jim Cummings and these letters with other points led to his capture. n Chronology of tho Twclvomonth ers. Born Feb. 10. John W. Stevenson, ot Wfigivo on this aud tho fourth That is Just Fast, W. P. WALTON. Kentucky, died in Covington, Ky., aged 73. pages tho chronological record of the 11. Dr. Frank IL Hamilton, surgeon, died Now year, which will bo found very A PERIOD OF PROGRESS. in 10. York city, aged 73. Tho widow of Gen. Santa Anna, TnE old year which is rapidly pawand valuablo for future referDolores Foata, died at Moxlco oltv. reasonaing in its chocks has been a 20. Mrs. Ann ence. It is up to tho 26th and quito rcaco Prevails, Thon;h There art Newport, It. I., S. Stephens, novelist, died at aged T3. bly prosperous one in this section and full so far as it goes. Muttorlngs of War. 8r.rTKMnB.ru on tho whole has brought us less of 4. Gen. Lloyd Asplnwnl), dial at Bristol, NOTES OF CURRENT ElrENTS, sorrow than of joy. No epidemic disIU I., aKcd 51. ontor-tainin- g Big-nor- a Stanford, Ky., Decembor 31, The death of Logan narrows down tho probabilities of tho republican nomination for Presidont. .Blamo or Sherman will bo tho nominee, with 1886 two to ono in favor of tho former. ""nk OB Jtatsr xsyvcu A YEAR. SI. Abbo Frnnr Liszt, pianist and composer, died 01. AUOUST. 4. at Baireutb, aged tbo Hungarian Samuel J Tilden, of Now York stato and Democratic candidato for tho presidency in 1870, died nt Greystono, Yonk- 3T TO) WALTOIV f -- Sealer in- - John Bobley does not mind giving an editorial friend away. Says he in his paper "French Tipton, of Richmond, was in town a few days ago drinking ." The inferanco of course is to Tip's prejudice, but he certainly wasn't drinking whisky for ho was alive and well yesterday and no man, unaccustomed to tho "rotgut" of Winchester, could imbibo it and survive. The funeral of Gen. Logan will oc- cur to day in tho Senate Chamber at The procession will be Washington. under charge of Gen. Sheridan and it is said that many ex confederate soldiers will march ire it. It is not decided at what point in Illinois tho re mains will finally rest but in the meantime they will be placed in Oak Hill Cemetery at Washington. A labored reply to Judge Fox's letter exposing tho republican schemo to ally the prohibition forces with their own rotten concern, appears over the signature of Gen. Fry. It is a weak mingling of self adulation, abuse of the Judge and defense of the gv o. p. which saved tho country with tho general's valuable assistance. The President spent his Christmas nursing rheumatic pains, instead of talking love to Frank io and making democrats happy by turning the ras cals out. Wo hopo tho fine and fat old gentleman will bo all right in a few days and start tho new year resolved to have every office manned by democrats before March 4. The custom of Breaking only tho good dead is a commendable of one but it can be greatly overdone. Gen. Logan was a good man and honest as far as politicians go, but ho he was far from being the .saint statesman tho dailies would believe. have us sol-diera- bond call has been issued. is for 810,000,000 of tho 3 per It cent, loan of 1882 ami interest will cease on them after Fehruary j, Thf$ is tho way to reduce tho present surplus and tariff taxes on necessaries should be so reduced as to prevent an unnecessary accumulation in ttfo fu- Another ture. bat on Gov. Oglesby being Logan's successor. Ho is a Senator JKontuokian by birth and U $naturally lucky, ne has filled the office once and been governor of Illinois two We'u. Many rromlncnt Tenon way. 4. Gon. B. F. Cheatham, died at Nashvlllo, The total amount of gold imported InThe Labor MoveraoatStrlktaRloU. Tenii., aged Ot since August hw been to the United 8tatM 4. Samuel Morley, philanthropist, died In The Oeetf Campaign Th taod Nott- 831,525,207. London, England, aged 77. h a sasnt In XralanATha Eut,rn War Jim Curamiogs, the exprest robber. 15. Th Very Hev. Father Whitty, Cloud Disasters or all Sortt of tliu dloctso ot Scranton, Pa., died, equeaked and given the whole gang away . grd62. Ilia real name Is Whltenick. Accident Tha Crim. 2a Jmim Howe, founder of Wilkes' Spirit Bj the burning of a boarding house inal Ttecord rronal MUoallasaous. of the Tlinns, died in Lafayette, Ind, two white boat on the West Alabama rlrer The year of our Lord 1880 has pasted ng(d7t) OCTOBER. men and ten negroes lost their Htm. away. All hail to it fucceeMr, 1S87I 10. Jamas A Grinstoad, noted turfman, The will of John Q. A. Wllllame, filed Tho record bare presented has become died at Luxlngton, Ky. io the 8uffolk county, Mass., probate court, f history. Its earaful proud will shew 12. Rear Admiral Edward T. Nichols, U. College. that tho departs twelvemonth will S. N . dial at Pomfret, Coon. benucaths $100,000 to Hartatd count for more tfeta naught when the 13. Judgo John J. Key, died at WashingMr. Gladstone waa 77 years old Wedlarger record, are possible only after GO. nesday, and was yery much congratulated the lapeo of time, am made up. Then the ton, aged 24. Gen. John Hodman, of Frankiort, xy., and a moat h fenifleance ef by t jlegraph. He is 20 years general of the state, died at aar thlsn now ac counted trivial will be apparent Then Loulsvillo In liU G7tb year. older than Mr. Blaine. 20. Mrs. Cornelia Mitchell Stewart, widow At Clinton, Ind., Albert Dean was ex- many drcurnstaaectj now thought imporamining a pistol, when it went ofl, tho ball tant will bo foua4 to be oi small moment, of tba merchant prince, A. T. 8tewort, died Tho year was aaotabla ene in that the at New York, aged W years. passing through his mother's heart, and MOVXMBSn, Ho was on his lives of many tsea f mark went out she fell dead at his feet presduring iU reign. ia. Chewter Alan Arthur, twenty-firs- t Christmu visit to her, Tho labor movement developed la new ident of tho United States, dkd at New York . city. Born Oct 5, 1830, at Falrlleld, Frank-ti- n The Pinaerton Detective Agency has and unlooked for directions. county, Vt. Tho elections of November were full of fife men under arrest in Chicago charged 2a non. John Arnot, Jr., member of conIn the robbery of the surprises for mea of all parties. with participation Across sea, Xagland, after a long gress, died at Elmlro, N. Y. Adams Expreea car when some $60,000 was period of indeclatem, anally made up ber 2L Charles Frond Adams, son of Ident John Quincy Adams, died at Boston, tiken, and has turned up $45,000. mind in regard to tha Irish question, and Representative 8pringer says he in- in December adopted strong coercive Born at Boston, Aug. 18, 1807. of tbo 23. II. M. Hoxio, first tends to secure, if poulble, the passage by measures. Padua railroad and a promlnont Upon the continent of Europe there Missouri the great strike, died at New York, the present Congress of his bill admitting figure In Was a continual agitutiea during the Dakota, Montana, New Mexico and Wash-iogto- n Wbolo year, which, reached the maximum aged 55. He 24. Francis Palmes, of Detroit, died. Territory Into the Union as States. When Alexander was deposed from Bulleft an extate valued at 915,000,000. A subscription fond forMrr. Logan was garia's throne. Peace still provaik, but 23, Erastus Brooks, the well known newsNew Brighton, B. I. paper man, died at started In Washington and $28,000 has War would not at any time bo unex-peoUh Born at Portland, Me., Jan, SI, 1815. been pledged. The Western Unloa Disasters followed each other closely DKCKJXSXn. Company tendered the free use of its tho wholo world over. The earthquakes 0. James A Wales, tho cartoonist, died wires for the tranamlnlon cf enbecriptioas. n tbo Sandwich Islands, in Spain and in suddenly In a New York restaurant. Mr. Jacob Bross, a Cass Co., Mo, farmer America, and stems of unusual violence Wales was 30 years of ago. 8. John E. Owens, the comedian, died near has In his orchard 950 bearing treeea which Bt sea, ware esfff ally noteworthy. For details of all this, and much more, Towson, Md. Born In England, April 2, him 6,440 bushels of apples. Of yielded the reader is referred to what fellows. "19. these he kept 450 buahIa for hlmeelf and 26. Oen. John Alexander Logan. UnHed an ex sold 5.890 bushels for $1,395 50 at States senator from Illinois, died at WashingTHE YEAR'S NECROLOGY. ton. Born Feb. 0, 1820, in Murphrecsboro, 111. penae to himBelf of $500. Death leraa m Shining Mark, ladfrad London, Cant. A. E. B. Sparrow, of Wilts The Art Called Away. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Eog., committed suicide by shooting at 5. J. B. Lipplneott, the publisher, died at Lss Vegae, N. M., Hot Springs Wednes-daSlatter or Interest Kecardlng l'coplo of Philadelphia. He had invested $75,000 In a bogus 17. IDm Katharine Bayard, eldest daughter ProBilnenee. March 4. Archbishop Gibbons mmlo Carcattle company and the loss of his money of tha secretary of state, found dead in her room. ' dinal. left him without means of support. 2S. David R. died in Clinton March 23. Secretary of the Treasury Manreassembling of county, Missouri. Ateklson the only man who ning prostrated by a severe attack of paralysis Immediately on the H was Congress a bill will be introduced granting ever enjoywd the dtftlactioa of having been from wheh ho did not recover till fall. of the Confederacy April 20. a pension to Mrs. Lagan, probably of $ V president of the VniUd States fora single day. 81. Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard, wife of the Jefferson Davis lays the corner stone of the 000 per year, in recognition of tho services secretary of state, dld at Washington. Confederate monument nt Montgomery, Ala. of her husband aa a soldier. Of course. Juno a At tho White House, Woshliigton, rxu.iar.U. Thal'j the way the people' money goes. 3. Gen. David Hunter, 8. A, died at Orovcr Cleveland, President of tb I'u.Ud MIAHIC JIAllXIN,.UiituorMuiitloul)ss( Clorlc. States, was married to Miss Frances Folsom, Washington. Near Carteravlile, Georgia, Mary by the Itov. 9. Mai. Osn. Tftnflsld Bcott Hancock, U. the ceremony being performed a' 16 old old girl, killed ber step P. A., candidate for the prwldsney In 1S0, Dr SumWlnnti. him a bslf dtz ulau at Uovtrnor a Island, riew ork harbor. father with an ax, elrisiDK June It). Archibald Forbes, tbo famous R en blows. He had attempted to criminally Bern at Montgomery Square, Fa,, Feb. 14, war eorrwpondent, was married at Washington, to MU Louise Meigs, dau,;l.i f Cv.it. assault the girl iu her mother's absence and 13. Hon. Horatio Seymour, oae of the M. Meigs, U R A. when he was asleep she sought and obtain "war governors" of New York state, and Aug. 10. President and Mrs Ce eland ed redress. Desaoeratio candidate tpr the presidency in nnd Mrs. Folsom started for the Adirondack Two young girl ; a nice little wine 16S8, died at Utlca. Born in Onondaga coun- on their summer vacation. young mec; a ty, N. Y.,1810. Sept 14 George J Gould, son of millionsupper in the room of 17. John B. Gough, temperance lecturer, while the girls were died at Philadelphia, Pa, Bom at Sandgate, aire Juy Gould, married to Miss Edith Klng-doquarrel aud separation DiULSsSlMaa actress, at Mr Oould's summer resiin a state of nervouc tension because of the England, 1817. dence, S5MW5? MAitcn. wine and the dispute; a box of rough on 8. Cox, who has resigned Drugs, Books, Stationery and Oct. 10. Hon. 8. Hon. John F. Miller, United States seneui-- c hU position as minister to Turkey, nrrlved at rvm rats and two fair female forms lying in jv niiii.hiiuj ni iiuiwvi ator from California, died at Washington in New York from tho Orient. de' grave?, form the plot of a Biaton his Kith year. Dec. 13. Gea Miles, U. S. A., was charged rbvilclsni' rscrlptlooi sccurstely eompeaoJrd 0. Jeromo B. OhalTee, States Cirlstmas story, which Is an old, old ston, Also In his annual resenator from Colorado, died at Oalcm Center, by tho secretary of war, orders in having Louisville Times and only too true. port, with disobedience of N. Y., aged CO. surrender of tho Apaches. Another of the finest boats on the Mis Dr. ia agod Austin Flint, of New York city, accepted thoRev. Dr. McGlynn.of New York Dec. ia 73. sieaippi, tha Anchor.line steamer, City of died, city, suxpended by Archbishop Corrlgnn The Largest Stock cf Watches, Mocks, JO. Capt. James J. Waddell, who comNatchez, and the Mifaiwippi Valley Trans manded tho Confederate ship Shenandoah from oxerclnlng tno junctions or n pnosu Jowolry and Qihorware portation steamer, It B IIaye, and four during the civil war, died at Annapolis. This was the cause of the active imrUJ'atbor McGlyim took in tho Henry Gcorgo cambarges were burned at Cairo Tuesday mornKtm toojht to thli nisrkrt TrlrM IOwor than Ariuu th Lonut, Wttchet, Clocks sad Jewrlry Ko- f ing, together with their rich cargoes The 6. Secretary for Ireland, Right paign rslrwl on short cotlts and Warranted. Doc. l. Henry M. Stanley, tho African bargee were anchored at U e lion. William E. Forster, died in London, boats and the explorer, recently nrrlved In America, calls ' agedC8. wharf there and the flr originated in the 10. Hon. John Welsh, to Eng- from New York In roeponso tp a telegram (in Id to 1m from tbs king ot Belgium. Haves. Thettal Ices will gcrgate a land, died at Philadelphia, aged 81. incur-anc12. Tbaddtus Fairbanks, the great scolo rur.d million dollar, with $80,000 EARTHQUAKES TO SPARE. Inventor, died at St, Johnsbury, Vt., aged 00. No live )ot. 13. Charles Humphrey Noyes, founder of the Oneida community, died at Niagara Slinkci Hepurted from all Tarts of tho AVorld. A FoAionger's Optical Illusion. Falls, atd 71 ui:ai.e in- 18. Sampson Low, tho English publisher, Jan. 15. Alannlng subterranean disturb"Wont to hear a strango caso of optical ances occurred In Guatemala. illusloar inquired Assistant Passenger Agent died at London, aged 69. 20. Lionel Tennyson, ton of the poet laureWhitney, of tlw Michigan Central railroad. June 10. An earthqunko nnd yolcanlo erup"A few days ago a young man boarded ono ate, died on board ship on tho voyago homo tions of terrific proportions occurred in Now Zealaud. One vllllage wm wiped out of exof our trains for Ilydo Parle Whca. near from Calcutta, aged 82. 27. Benry IL Richardson, architect, died istence, hundreds of persons killed, and tbo his destination ho walked out upon tho plat, form of tho car and waited for tho train to at Brookllno, Mass., aged 47. . entire sido of tho mountain of Tnrawera Mas slacken its speed. As it did so tbo young blotvu out, MAT, man walked down the stops, only to find 1. Bishop Charlei Franklin Robertson, of Aug. 23. Six hundred persons hilled and another train standing, as bo supposed, on th dioegse ot Missouri, died at Charleston, 8. several towns destroyed by an earthquake In the opposite track. Tbo train, however, was C.,aged SI. the Islands ot the Grecian archipelago. approaching at full speed, whllo his own 17. George Wood, formerly manager of Aug. 29. Tho steamer Daniel Drew was train, whlph was now at tho depot, was at a Wood's museum, Philadelphia, and several burned nt Kingston Point, N. Y. dead stop. The young man, however, Im- other places of amusement, died at New Aug. 31. Sovere eartbquako shocks exagined that it was bis own train that was York. He was panniltss at the time of bis perienced throughout tbo eastern part of the rails, and, fearing that bo death. Tbo Actors' fund, buried him at UnlUl States, and as far west aa Chicago, tearing along tbo would bo carriwl past tho town, braced him- Greenwood. wblcL culminated at'Cliarleston.8. C, where W. n. 21. Dr. Dio Lowis died In Yonkers, slxty-onself for a leap in keeping with tho 'speed1 of BlMmen. jwrtoiu were killed aivl millions of JOHN McKlNNEY, BRIOIIT, bis train. Just as tbo Other train was about ftte'l 63. StTocks continual for property destroyed. J. Gen. Durbln Word died in Lebanon, moiit. to rush by tho young man nuulo a tcrriflo n the vicinity wf Charleston. leap, and, as might. bo: expected, landed on 0., aged 67. ' Oct. 15. Enrtljnuakes nro reported nt Apio, 33. Leopold von Ranke, tho German hisbrjltjrnau' who bad witnessed bis back. A NInafou Island, ono ci tho Tonga group. Ono tho amusing spectaclo jumped from tbo train torian, died in Berlin, aged 01 )nrs. hundred severe tjiocks wore felt and reamiand rescued tho bewildered man just as the . 20. Mr. Alice Pendleton, wife f Is said to bate risen (Tfe't ng II. Pendleton, of Ohto, loaned into mountain other tralu sw cpt past with a roar." Chicago $ tho air, from the lako. from a carrlago in Central park nhilo the nerald "Train Talk." Oct. 14. lillght shocks of eartLiiiuko vera horses r.cre running anay and was killed. felt In Ijwer Aluice, Germany. JUNB. Gladltono'a Library. r 1 B rWBflCV iHdvylV jwnW Nov. 20. Knrthquako destroys tho dam, of L Hon. John Kolly, loade rof the 1 jimmany tho Gladstono has n library containcotton mill ft Langloy, S. C. lbroo Democracy, died York city. nail ing nearly 15,000 volumes. Works on theology hundred jersons were thrown out of work In tiro tho most numerous. Ho also has largo Born In New York Ap'll 20, 1821 consequence. 7. Richard M. Hos died in Florence, Italy, departments devoted to Shakespeare, Santo and 1 lomer. "Tho gnat Florentine poet," by aged 74. DOMESTIC MISCELLANY. 18. Edwin Percy Whipple, author, died In tho way, whom bo quoted on Monday, toi" with Aristotle, Bishop Butler aid Sr, Boston, aged 67. " gether or Jn- 19. Hon. Charles Auguitus nobart (nobort Matters In America That Will he Li. t to whom Mr, Augustine, are tho four author Paths), marshal ot tho Turkish empire, died Gladstono attributes the greatest fonnatlvo Aug 91) tho rondii. ns of the will of thelato influence on bis own mind. Speaking recently at Milan, Italy, aged CI Ramuel J. TIMen 83,000. 0 ara a 22. Moses1 A. Do ww proprietor of TbeWa-verlot bis books, tho great statesman said: ."If Magazine, died at CharlestbVn, Mass., free library fur New York city. Tlkleu's nephews there is ono thing I am vainer than another sftcruard becan a contest. about 1 Is my plan for stacking books. I can aged 76. Any 1", The Irish National league contention, 2i). States Senator David Davis held In MusJo hall, Chios ;o, got more books Into a,' given spoco than any died atBloomlngton, 111 Born in Cecil counCopt, I. Oeroninio, Uio Apache eblefsurrfn-dcrman I know," Chicago Times. to Oen Mites, near Fort Ilowle, Arlion . . . ty, Md March 0, 1810. OcL S8.nartholdr statue of "IJberty Entlght-txAn- z . Jtrcr. A Mexican Xloral Wonder1. the World," unveiled at EeJtou's island, 0. Paul II. Hayne, "tho bard of South CaroA newly discovered Moxlcan ilow er is quits New York. The sculjtor. M. Dartlioldl, Count a wonder. If reports are true. It U said to lina," died at Copse Hill, Go., aged 56. nippt-ly- te FerJIpanJ Do Lessepo and many ether 8. The arcfeMshop of Paris, Josoph Ubwbitoin tho morning, red at nnon amt ci'ests present. Gulbert, died in Paris, aged 83. Nov. 17. In the blackmail tase nt bluo at night; and is further credited with - Doston the jury render a verdict for tho defend-sn10. Col. Edward Z. O. Judson ("Ned BunCemitting pcrfumo only at tho mlddl of the ...-- ., Non rmolDt tinl.ii j blo day. It grows on a tree of tho Ishmtis of tuw I UIM "V ..i -- ., -- o -- " - i tb alarm Is felt In Western So. Hubert u. xnompson, mo icaacr oi uu stisiintAitf 'tui.J villiSMI.tbati Is Pon'l'wsteyoarmoneTonOBTimorrbbrcost. Tfift drv iii th hrtlttl torm aii.i ui. j aiim. n.ttvtii stn Tebuon tepee. Arkansaw Traveler. AisUortliaHlSlt HUANft" uciindUkenqollier. If lOurilorekepdoJ tUtl New York County Democracy, died in No.T I Pennsylvania over tho reported decrcaso In the Sunt hT Ihii "ri-- n KHiNn'. tnl for In A J TDWPH.aiRlmmnmBt . Ilntton. Mm rtloim UU'. ,V!'-USB- l ut i mi kYork cityi born In Bwton, uec m, lata. An English firm is filling a larDo ordoi WJ'i'WHtWHl'JJLllHlWll''.lil)iIJIU PWUI t'fPSI mi' i.J JSJ'" L'W vice-generad rsa GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &C, &C. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, IStxarorci.lJBE.y-- tht The following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: ex-Pr- vice-pnMe- d. Tele-grap- Wt Citron, Layer and Seedless Kaisins, 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 the y. NECESSARIES OF LIFE, All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found' anywhere else. fl. Sim-mond- s, i 18.. a to n, wmwf PHARMACISTS, -- M'AliHii-- r $Sj52 K-y- Irvlngton-on-tho-IIudso- a S"AL "Tw'Fir $&&$ LdTl !z JEWELERS. e. w IIKiMSt Hardware, Farming Ixnple- mexifSp Groceries. 'Salt, Lime, Cement, , 31ill9&cj. o Wall Paper5 or Furniture, OstseS;, V OasfcewRobes; y 1 s Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. OTEA&ESlff, Stanford. Moea-Wflso- n t, Dec.'ls.-ConslJcrA- ULIUIVLn rcrK.F "" - tv.-- l r r? Fnisit Goods. Joe, F. Watera. JAMca W. llAKWici:, of Tub Merry Bachelors' Hop at the vpys been Anj-lu- Stanford, Ky., K. O. WATTON. adjadfled a lunatic and taken to the nt Anchorage. Docombor 31, 1880 Cue, bai i tn Duslnooa Manager. TIME CARD. 3 10 IS 1 m. m t. AN. LOCAL Mall W. A. I'DOtr ha been appointed at i'lttaburf. Liurel county, flee Jobn M. Bailey reilj;ned. poit-mut- in Exprcia train" train going North BoutbM.mm. tla U About 20 wlmiwa Utcr IJoy your School liook The a jot U calculated on etandard time. Bolir LOCAL NOTICES. " Bouth... -- ......... r. .... ..iJl It ' Hoti)............-... . x On the first day of January I will have my blnckemith shop open near the depot. Give me a trial. W. K. Hobb, Geo, D. Weaken has bought of J. W, McAllater the building in which he now live, including the IHggina store room, for $4,600. m from Penny A McAllater. Abe your grocer for tha Cincinnati Bakery Co.'a cracker and cake. W ATonrs and Jewelry repaired on ehor notice and warranted by Penny A McAHa The supper given by the ladiea of tbo new church near .bogleman'a btora was & success both financially and otherwise. Tbey took in about $50, about of it be- ing net. House, Taesday night, was fhe I arfroKaBd moat successful social event oftfTe kind over witnessed here, and everffhlng pasted cfl most creditably and satisfactorily to couple., 90 thoe in charge, Forty-eig- ht people, joined in the first lancers, and tbe ecene presented was one of entrancing lov linee, for nerer did handsomer or more becomingly dressed ladles or more gallant gentlemen honor ruch an occasion Tne musio famished by Siebert, of Louteville, wi in splendid time, the floor committee was untiring in its effort and everything waa done to contribute to tbe enjoyment of the guest, all of whom expressed them- telvea aa delighted. Tbe entire 21 dances were danced and it waa A o'clock before tbe last happy couple reluctantly departed from thejoyfdl scene. The names of the ladles and their costumes are ae follows: MOM LOUISVILLE: z a MARRIAOES. Loaded CarHouston, Tex , contemplate a repeal of Mlsa Carrie Manell, white cashmere; dl tridge, all bIzm of --.hot, at Penny A Mo it charter in order to avoid the payment oi amonda AUater'a. certain outstanding bonds. The present Mia Jennie Graicgor, black mull, green A ooMrLETE etock of Jewelry, latest that Stanford will have to do ailb; flowers. Kockford watches a epecialty. Pen tiyle. the samo thing. Miai Sae Border, tea foam ailk, silk ay A McAllater. Mn. D. A. Twabdle wai here yester- gauis overdrew; eaphirea. PERSONAL. MlM Nnn Shanks, lilac ntm. veiling; day and told ua that tbe telegrams tent to flowers. JutXIK IlODEIlT llOYI) of tbe lftlh the Loulavllle papers connecting bim with Ml" i Liura Lindenberger, white lace the death of Mr. Clarkaon are malicious Dlitrlct ia in town. Hajihy IIamky and wife, of Lexine Ilea and that he intenda to make it hot for dress Tbe Lsuieville gentlemen were, J. W. somebody. ton, are at the Portman Honte. Davis, Watt Cochran, J. C. Clark, VanEta Mibsbj JmMiE and Dovir CAnrENTEit Thiiee day of drltzle and fretze baa Brown, S. M. Wilhite, H. Tamplett. spent Chriatmis in Cincinnati. rendered the streets aa slick a glass and LANCASTER. M. L. Jonej, of KanaaaCity, i viait-I- cr exceedingly dangerous to pedestrians, We Miaa Ella Wation, pink satin, laca trimMra. W. Q. Kaney. hiaalater, have heard of no rerinus accidents yet but mings. Mim Jane Crow, of Richmond, wai expect to chronicle not a few if tbia atate Mis Mattie Brown, blue ealin, white tbe Rueat of Mim Foxie Pnnioulon. of afliire continues. lace; peara. . baa returned Miss Amcb JIamton Miss Nellie Duncan, pink ratio, Oriental The officers elected for the next term of from a (bree months etay in Looiirille. lace. Stanford Lodge No. 1C0, I. O. O. F Tues Mn. W. F. McClajiy ha Kne Mlsi Kate Landram, blue satin;diamonds Hockcaatle to hunt bird and T.ait relative. day night, are W. B. Holderman, W. G ; Mlsa Georgie Moore, blue aatin, nun'a Hockrh, of Parkafille, C. M. Samuels, V. G.; Peter llamlon, sec.; MissSalue veiling; gold. arrived on a tlMt to Mrs. Alice Cloyd yea N. B. Elmore, treas.; truateei W. and 0. Mir Leila Markebury, pink aatin en train; Fund, Vfm, Dougherty, A. C. Sine, J. B, terday. diamond. of Wllllame-borj- r, Paxton. V. DiCKKieoN, Dn J. Mies Altle Markabury, blue aatin; din ia ipe ndinu the holidaya with the old Fiiank Clem, who has been in jail here monda. folka here. for Romo time charged with murder in HarMis Juliet GUI, blue satin, nun' veil Mm. J. K. FAnnis and MIm Llule lan county, was released this week on an inp;gold. are spending a few data with Dn $8,000 bond furniihed by his friends in that Farrle Tbe Lincailer gentlemen were, J. L, tllle rlendi. county. Murder is not bailable, but these West, Bamnel Duncan, G. R. Bradley, A. of Louie, Mrw.OrueuA Tiiomtmn, mountain iudgea are not itrict law construe slater, Mr. E. T. Uonlata. The county judge is responsible M. KInnard, S. C. Danny, Will Owsley. tllle, ia the guest of her I HCBTOXVILL. Rochester. for thia release. Mln B.lle Cook, cream flinnel, feather MtTM Miknie Etaior and Lucy Van In a diapute over an account between trimmings. Winkle, of KtrketMe, were at Mr. Joe Mica Rose Drjc. cream nun' veiling; Capt.W. J.Kinnaird and R. 0. Bradley week. Severance' thtt at Lincaater, Bradley ruthed at Kinnaird flowerr. The bcautlfal and captivating Miaa with a drawn knife, while tbe latter defend Miai Jesse Cook, cream cashmere, Orien' May Ferxuaon, of Covington, ia the guest ed himself with a poker. Kinnaird was cnt tal lace; diamonds. of Mire Daily Burnside. MIrs Beeale Drye, crepe de cbene alba in the throat, though not eerioualy, and Mn. ani Mrs. A E. Hundley, of Bradley received two aevere gashes on hia troia; diamonds. Mc Boyle, were np on a viiit to Mr. Mlsa Kittle Bogle, pink nun' veiling; bead. Both are out and going around. Aliater and took in tbe bop. j natural flower. f Siiemi-- Menifee told the store of Aug-de- n Mil A. T, Waiid, of Talladega, Ala., Miss L'ule Twidwell, white flannel; diaBridgewater, aOgillledgeville, thia i here for the purpose of taking to fcla i mond, Mr.Curtia Gover, week nnder an execnMfor a littlo over home his brother-in-law- , Hustonville gentlemen: H. W. Drye, $400. He also told 100 barrels of corn for who baa been ill for.a ions time. W. A. Rsld, Will Huffman, Jerry Adams, Mr.8m II. WesierfWd and Miaa Bo him at $1 70 in in irib. Briuf.fiwMer haa ttillllocker. ale. eialt-- of Editor Jobn A. Bower, of been living a quiet and apparently honor DANVILLE. able life since hia day of daring robberiea Parksville, were married latt week, nii-white mull, loco awie aicK-itrl- , Mu A C. 'E. received from hia past, and il is a pity he meets with such trimmingi; diamonds. j houae, Q. Eliaa A Bro., of Bufhlo, K. Y., reyerate In hia old age. Mle Mattlo McAliste r, pink mull, (vela Eold'hamlltd, -- Ilk umbrella in twttmony I W. II. IIlooiNS can still be found on the vet; diamonds. of their good will and apprtciatlon. Mlsa Mattie Duke, cream nun'a veiling corner of Main and Depot street, and shall We are again under obligation! to J red pokeadot Irtmminga. Mesra. be glad to bavo his frienda remember him lboe claver and obHgloK gentlemen, Mita Lonnle Gueat, blue nuc' veil top; in their future purchaaea as tbey have done Cberlw W. Orecr and Morria J. Bteelo, for in tbe past, ctptclally bis prompt paying fit were and diamonds. timelr anlatance on a troublesome engine. Mrs. A. E. 'Hundley. hla ctutomerr, end those who have not been Mil. W. H. IIiuoins preiented to The Danville centlomen were, Met'j. A. meeting their obligations with him he -- cry aaleamen, Mer. John Bright, Jr., and kindly aka them to call and pay up if E. Hundley, W. W. Wltoman.L. S. Lbgan, Walker B. McKinney, a goldbeadod cane tbey with him to extend their credit, otner W. D. Moore, Samuel Harlan, Harry each In token of hi appreciation of their Brlpgs, William Briggs, Robert MdKee, wife they will be refuted. work. William Fible, Ting Vaughn, Do(5 ITon.T. P. Hill, Jr, stole off eo Oun Banks. The earnings of the First Bizil Gueat, William Dugon, Gill lucrative of National Bank from ita quietly Sanday lilght to hi. discount, interest Bjyle. ItegUter of Vacant Lnd in and exchange is $13,000, from tbo aito of See with tbo JESSAMINE COUNTY. Kaceaa that tra were iM aware of it for a 1 per cent, bands is $3,1-10- , making tbo Miss Jessie Hemphill, brocade silk, en day or two. We wieh him great eucceM. total earnings $21 200. Its board of direc train; pansies and violet. Oon very obliging correspondent nt Mt. tors will cot rotot until lo day, but it it Miaa Mary Annie Wilmore, white tulle; Vernoa, Mr. T. N. Robert, baa gone into understood that they will declare tbe usual Ibwers. . buinai at Birbouiville, hecca no letter dividend of 3 percent, and carry the bil-an- ce Mra. W. J. Wilmore, chaperone. from Rockcastle. We know bo will find to the surplus fund. Too Farmer Jessamine gentlemen: Hugh L. pcott plenty of frienda and hope bia tills will National declared a dividend of 4 per cent, LetcberSaundera, James Sparks, William eoon overflow with money. as usual and after payiag current exptmes Cook. Hon. G A. Lackey returned with placed $1,400 to the credit of its surplus Miss May Ferguson, Covington, pink Texaa, hla son, Ham 0. Lkey, from Dillai, account. satin, black lace overdress; diamonds. a few day ago. Sam bad been ill for some Miaa Addie Haydon, Ilarrodaburg,' white The supper for the benefit of the Gold time of the dengue fever, a malady peculiar affected and Silver Bind waa both comprehensive brocade silk; pearls. toTrxa-.an- d thla sterna to have 8TANF0RD. Mi hmln. rendering him fllchtr and at in variety and excellent in quality. Tho Mies Annie Alcorn, white talin, jgelvel; doltrioua. Ills condition was but lit-tl- rooma were gracefully hung in evergreens, times Mifa Daisy Burceide, pink eilk, white stnt by Manager Campbell of tho Rock Improved yesterday. promotions in Castle Spring Co., and the menu cud, lace overdrew; natural flowers. There have been two MissSawado Beazley, blue elite pearl the L. AN. railroad circle! that are very real gem of art, were aho furnished by garnets. paementrie, point-lac- r; gratifying to their friends. Mr, W. M. tbiWVppreclallv'efirm. The boy are very Miss Bessie Richards, brown silk; gold. ladies who superintended Bogie ban been'given the agency at Jollico, thankful to 'tho Mlea Sue Rout, red silk, cream Jaciover one of tha beat paying ou the Toad and Mr. the sUpper and to those who were kind i3raf- , i enoojrh to contribute to it. The neat little hla late aafatAt, eucceed W.C. Wherritt, MIsb Helen Saufhy, orange aurral ailk; ., Unwlaml The onlv nolnl sum' of $95 GO was realized, it cre'at portion ur .. .,. I gold. of regret ia that the change ake8 froinpurj of which is net. -Mlea Mary Alcorn, green velvet; I dia . . . i and hie most nidtt tbe first named IU .UTTU, ft. VUUAU U1BU UOBWJUBIU1CU t monds, lent wife. took a lady, who was on a visit here, to the MIbj Emma Saufley,rhite satin; dia hop Tutrday night, but didn't take her LOCAL MATTERS. mond. back to her friends next morning by several Miss Biflele R;id, blue cashmere, cut Vel at 8. 8. Myera'. Fnisit veaU Mistaking (be home of Steve hounca. ve!; gold. V Myers for the one he waa looking for, bo The Rink will be open tojPlghejA Miss Annie Shanks, cream serge, white deposited the little beanty there and rung bead trimmings, T T'OMTvrn. n....i.. iU .ir.Ar w is.---;.- -i aJw the bell. Receiving the answer ''I'll be Mita juuri "i " .iw . Ella Sbanka, cream serge, white on Tuesday last, there ia a minute," the young man left his , ii 9 bead trimmings. c It la now settling tl BjeUnTflpfc with charge and returned to his hotel. Fright-e ened at a call At that unseemly hour, Ste-indebted to me tofU MafttU Wa learn from the Advocate that Mi these hastened to the door without bo much aa Mary F. Owsley, widow of the late Harry me nt once. H. O. Rapl 'V'TatT t drawing on his pantaloons. Tho young la Owsley, formerly of this county, died at Flkasf. bear in mind thatTwe will on dv was inexprcesably shocked at the una her home in Lincoln, III., of a bronchial taw lanuary lit commence aellinc; for cash ex domed figure, but managed to stammer out affection, at the advanced age of 80. Sh i cluelvely at bottom prices. Uiraif her name and the place ehe was seeking. waa the mother of three sons and nin 2ralg. Steve gallantly sought his npparel and ac- daughter, of whom elx preceded her t The L. & N. la running freight trains companied her there, and the young man tha home not mado with hands, Thos fight along, bat the brakemen slUV profets did not find out the trouble he had gotttn who survive are Mra. Harriet Jordan, or lo bellevo that they will triumph' in the her ' i.nto till next day. Lincoln. Ill , at the age of 69, Mrs. Susan . !. Eph. Pennington haa aold 7 macks of Cook, of Charles City, Iowa, Mra. Agne Oun accounts are duo and ready for you. hay at 50 cent per owt. Howell, of Georgia, Mrs, Anna M. Sim Ml-- a Kate Oareley and Mrs. B. II. Biiner Call county court day and Mine. Yit Andrew Davidson, an old, and highly linalat on thla for wo must have money. respected citizen of .Louisville, ie dead. of Lincoln. Of her descendants 12 chit Bruce & MoRoberts. Burglar chloroformed the family of dren, 40 grandchildren and 37 great-gran- d children -- 64 are living. F. K, TninnLE, a clever young Lincoln A. M. White, a leading farmer of Madison Charles McKeldeu, a stenographer for the county, and stole $100 and a diamond ring, aunty rnuuty gentleman, ia agent and Hedge Fence. besides making way with a CLrietma tur- tho employment of the L. & N., fatally shot talent Combined Wire nt Louiavlll lead h' ail'llHioient n.nd glvo him n key, a duck and tbe family bowl of ezg John McGutre, a Huntehs, Attention. Newton Gill, of Garrard, and Mis Mary Miller were married at Will a Ml- llerii yesterday. James W. Ojok, ann of Re J M Cook, aged 20 and Mta Serena Huston 10, were made ono on tbo 29th, The number of marriage licence, issued by tbe county clerk Ibis year ia 131 against 141 lu 1885. List year 109 wbito couple joined tbe matrimonial band and 33 colored couples. Thia year the number is 92 and 39 respectively Col. Harry A. Evans, of Garrard Col lege, waa married yesterday to Mias MIp. daughter of E. J Polk, ol Hnrrodaburg, the lamer oi tbe groom, Kav. Morris Evans of ficlalinjf. The bride haa been a teacher in in tbe Garrard Female College and la spoken of as an attractive and highly accom p.iaaeaiaay. Tbe colonel is an excellent young man and we congratulate him on bis Chriatmaa gift. RELIGIOUS. cm Gentaur imm tho world has over The most wonderful Puin-Cureffects arc instantaneous. known. Its or Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. pro-pod- Joseph Ballou will Dreach at the Huitonville Cbrlatian church next 8unday at 11 o'clock Elder Billou was telegraphed for Wednesday to come to Bradfordevllle lo preach the funeral sermon of Moats Beard, a leading citizen of that ylcinlty, who died oi lever, aged 70. The Week of Prayer will be Jobeer-e- d aa usual. Union serrices will ba held al ternately In tbe different churches at 7 p M. each day aa follow: Mondav. Jannarv 3J, Chrietian church; topic. Temnoral and Spiritual Blessings, conducted by Revs. A. 8. Moffett and F. 8. Pollitt; Tuesday, 4; Baptiet church; topic, Humiliations for Sins, by Rev. F. 8. Pollitt and Elder John Bell Gibson. Wednesday, fitb, at Melhodiat church; topic, Prayer for the Church, by Rev. A.8. Moffitt and Elder John Bell Gibson; Thursday, Ctb, Presbyterian church, topic, Prayer for Famlliei and 8cbools, by Rev.F. 8. Pollitt and Elder John Bell Gibaon; Friday, 7th, Christian church; topic, Misalona, by Rjve A. S. Moffett and F. 8 Pollitt; Saturday, 8th, Baptist church; topic, Prayer Service for Nations, by Reva. P. G. Elsom and F 8. Pollitt. r MERCHANT TAILOR, -- I hare received and still receding New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the beil la the market, which will W Gotten TJp in Stylo and Mako Second to Wono in City or Country. Give Mo a Trial. WE N -- & Dealers II MENEFEE. klna of 400. Five boueea were et on fire at Ford, in Madison county, and destroyed. Loss $2 -- Faraiing Implements and Machin ery, Wim Gre It will be intereating to ownera of barbed wire fences to know that under a recent aecieion in Nebraska, a man who put up a barbed wire fenca i for any damage sustained by men or nni-mcoming in contact with it. sla ggcS$ CJarfaffes $ -- KUUBEYS,- KIT ADTKBTIBKMKnTtt. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pmons baring clalme Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons. ! Graiu, Wool, Seetfd, Feed, Coal, Lumber. Elc. r IngarerfquMieJtoprts-n- t to ae Immediately. ai!ntt Benedict upald rerl-fle- d "8'U Trustee Ben. Spalding. ! ir. O. Iheia properly WEZCI1, HANK STOCK FOR SAM. I will eel! at public lalo at the Court.Hou0 BUnlord Block. l'S-td. ON MONDAY. JANUARY 3. 1887. firo ib area Farmer In JOE F. WATERS -- Admr. Mlia IUthcl Carpenter, Dcid J. Jt. National Bank OWHIjKV, Doalor In- - Ir-wi- NOTICE ! rjnVn 5,,..a Vi e"tcutIa.":"0 brtshciitr "B nnro -- I J ''. aiocz or iroodi W.Dor-- 1 of Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass- and Queensware, Etc. Main Street, - - Stanford, Ky. Afihuro of jour PnfroiuiRo Ia rn.nSi.-r.V.':,'',,''- ".'. dHM baalB and we busl n l,h '.'.","?,' T.,ri::.-"4""'"s,"- ,r. riff. "e w I"""" wnatercr to eharco ua witb s tougL t on o "Wit JjETTJU CO., ? .TV At. o. 15Vslnut Bt., Cincinnati, O, h,r.h "fa?Sriiu "'. .""a'D8..l.lolng. L.0.""'. ""ogewaier our P"- Tcry Respectfully Soliciied. 'give the I 3F. 'V'1"' canraulng ?',' Patnnf. nnmttnaJ o .... Thlt ComnariT liV.ii . f lu m;nTVdJ."conTwuntloamMi,trig. with comnotea orrepreMuUllr. and wVa1?hr larmeJ, ISd ZiSSX Tn of Wood-aid othif couXs " ., for K. TKriMJIiE, '? "" tlon the Compacy'a TOI- -. I- Prompt Paying customera will iicd it to their advantage to yonng man a chance." W. M. WATEBS, Salesman, of Ver for tba porpow) of TT neaga renoe. oc t.... M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drng8, fjiiefuicaig. Palnto. Oils, .VuVec't nei3ig fence biro the rtrOngeor0gu,peo?i;g;;er,a9Ur & STAGG, PBMHCETISrS STOCKHOIiDERS' MEETING A mealing ol the itockholdora of tbo Klnt Nj. . ti,.i. v..i.i . tlonal Bank will h InBUnfordonthe2d Tueaday In January, 1837, for the purpwe ol electing eleren Directors to skts h-- Stanford, Ky. .Wines, juianor Wall Paper, liooKH, X3SA.X-13I1- 8 , exl ...i laeemuiogyear. IM-tf. JOHNJ.McrtOBERTB. Caahler. I,autps, Musical iHHtrnemeuts, SlatlwnerT. ClsarB. A'OCKet , Tel)aeceH, Cutlery, 4 SoatPerfnmery, Fire Arms, Macliln Needles IN STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING of tho itockholders of the Farmers National Bank will to held at their banking houio nBUnlordoath2l Tuwday In Janutrr, 1837, A meeting Gtciiuiiie C. O. Slts in 55uik at Wholesale retail. nucl fmm lor the purpose of electing nine DIroctora to acrro the earning yeer. J. B. OWSLEY, Caibler. WEEKLY oaxrxjsr $1.00 GAZETTE! jSl STOCKHOLDERS' A meeting MEETING (The Weekly Edition of tho Commercial Gazette,) oluhe stockholder of tho National BankofHuitonTlUewIUbeheldat their banking houaoInHuitonTllleontho 2d Tueadar In .r.n. nary, 1887, for tho purpoeo ol electing nine Direct um io aerie me eniulng year, J. W. noCKER, Cashier. TE..r. -- The Scuii - Weekly ay and Friday. It la mailed Cotalna elzbt pagea of eight columns each, and ia printed ai i ta per annum, ixxutce pua. rerioai wn o cat) sot take tba Dally Commercial Gazette aad who want tbe newaolttner than oneoa week, will find tbe Bcml-Wt- ji ezlr an admirable paper. "'J- TO WHOM IT HAY CONCERN t a no aily Commercial Gazette, Tcimi of Babicrlptloa by Mall: trna jcarKIndndlng Sunday) S12 .6 ni 1- MAn.i:. uiuutli.t 3 Three wontbi, 1 Thla It to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhdmer One year (omitting. Sunday) aUuontba. ' longer connected with tbe Lincoln Land Tbreo montbl, .. " " Co., that be U not authorlied to contract lor the Company, or recelre money for tbe earn, or to Incur any obligation in the namo ol the Company, bmUtlng ol Bewlng Machln(a,ImproTed WaUrtury Watcher, Ooldreni, Penclla, or In any way to act for tbo iame. In tbo paper, t'smplo ccplcalreo. ec, will be HHMMH' 311 03 3 eo 700 Our Ireiniuni JCiist bar-keep- UlUftt-- tin P,elir mu, nt. it,'- ' O.K. JtICUAM, lp,-it- rn Valuable p ok r - I Jb0, L iw-c- t CINCiHNATI. 4Uitfc.v,.. v. . ft": 1 imaiMMim n, uTaiiTTri1 -- ' iiiaa,iiaiiinniTviwTiiw"',iiiiwiW'niaCTriiw.iait'.ciail' jiijMrrtuTrwwiwiw?Wuwwvl,'--nn.1 Long 1 Messrs. Chamberlain and THE POLITICAL WORLD.. cabinet ofwcro succeeded by Mr. JoinedTrovcl-yo- d Stans-Helwho and thb Earl of Dalhousie. 31. Tho rclchstng prolonged tbo FORTUNES OF WAR FOR STATES-TH- E law two yoart. MEN OP PRESENT TIME. Arnir 0. Prince Alexander of Bulgaria was recognised ns life governor of Eastern Being of ttie Rational Legislature Ke-n- lt by all tho powers, except Russia. 7. Tho Russian landtag passed the bill conof November's Elections European Political Movements Tho Irish Jaes-Mo- n fiscating all lands in Poacn belonging to Poles, and providing for tho colonization of I lie Eastorn AVnr Cloud. ' tho province with Germans. 2L Grooco was ordered by tbo powers to JANUART. disarm within eight days. Returning an 15. Senator Hoar's presidential succession kill passed by tho houso. Next day signed by equivocal answer, the foreign ministers, on Hay 0, announced taolr Intention of leaving tbo president. Athens. May 0 tho foreign fleets blockaded SO. Eulogies of the so coast, and the ministry at one repronounced la tho senate. signed. Throo days later a new ministry was formed by M. Valvis, who assumed tho lead18. Tbo bill reinstating Gen. Fits John Porership. ter passed by tbo house. 23. Tbo Gen. Grant monument bill, ap2i Tho Spanish senatorial elections repropriating (250,000 for a monument to bo sulted in a sweeping victory for tho Miniserected in Washington, passed by tbo United terialists. MAT. States Bnato. 21. Now Greek ministry formed by M. Mjvncn. 1. President Cleveland sent a message to Trieoupis. JUNE. tbo Bonato in which lio denied ttio right of 13. Ludwlg II, deposed and Insono king that branch of tho government to domaml from tho president or any member of bin of Bavaria, rotmnitted sutcldo by drowning Gud-decabinet any papers relating to tho causes In Lato Sternberg. His physician, Dr. lost hW life in an effort to racuo his leading to tho suspension or removal of and declaring that such documents sovereign. 23. A riecrco of Imnishnicnt was Issued pergonal and private and not official. iro against tho Kronen princes, all of hom im5. Blair educational bill, appropriating mediately left Franco. $70,000,000 for schools, passed tlje senate. JULY. , 15J Brfcj. Gen. A. H. Terry promoted to a 20. Complete returns of tho British parlia Major generalship, vico Ocn. Hancock, dementary elocnons aro all in. Tbo figures ceased. show: Conservatives, 310; Union Liberals, 10. Ilulf a million oppropriatol for con 73; Glodstono Liberals, 101; Parnellltes, 85 Xressloaal library. giving a clear Unionist majority of 118. AMIL. 21. Mr. Gladstone's retirement from tho 23. Tho presidont, in n message to congress, government accepted by tho queen. Lord recommended tho formation of a commission of labor for the settlement of differences aris- Salisbury was at onco summoned .by tho queen, and formed a new ministry, which asing between capital and labor. I sumed tho reins of government Aug. 3. MAT. 23k A resolution to emancipate at nil early 10. "Three months'" pension blll,was iiossed date tha 20,000 slaves remaining in Cuba, "by tho senate. chamber of deputies 20. Caleb W. West appointed governor of passed tbo Spanish unanihioiksly. Utah', vico Murray, roslgnod. AUGUST. JUNE. 1. Tho Republicans of Franco won an over3. Bill taxing oleomargarhie fivn cents n whelming victory in tbo general elections. yound. .passed tho house. 3L lYineo Alexander of Bulgaria was 4. The Chinese indemnity bill pasMl tbo forced to abdicate. Ho, howovcr, returned soon afterward and was again crowned. aennta. BXPTEMBKR. 7. House pased bill repealing the limber 4. Prince Alexander of Bulgaria was comuoHure, desert land and bvrs, pelled by tho czar of Russia to abdicate aaatcrUUy modifying the old homestead law. again. 17. TorlfT bill killed in tho houso. 10. Toriea express great dissatisfaction at 18. Senato adopted tho resolution providing tho action of Gen. Redvcrs Duller, who was Jortho submission to tbo dliTerent states of sent to Ireland to investigate 'the workings iho Union a constitutional amendment of tho Land laws. 15, The Russian general, Baron Kaulborg, changing; the beginning of tbo presidential and congressional year from Murch 4 to April was apnoiutcd Russian diplomatic azent at st Rou-melia tholatoVico-FrcsldcntHca-elricks n, offlcw-kolder- s, THE LABOR MOVEMENT. Now York, Brooklyn Island City, MnTHATSlfoT Jt V Senator Vance's bill to repeal tho civil service law shelved by tho United States senate, NOVEMBER. with Japan ratified 2L Extradltiou 0. Lord mayor's day at London. No dis"by the- - sonata. Also treaty providing for turbance of momont occurred, tho Socialists ew surrey of tha United States-Mexic-o having been refused permission to assemble. boundary lino. DECEMBER. 25. Senate passed the Fitz John Porter bill. 15. The British government has announced 25. President Cleveland vetoes sorenty-onits Intention of Issuinga proclamation declaring tho Irish National League on illegal conbills, most of them relating to individual penspiracy. sions. K At Loughrea, Ireland. John Dillon, the JOLT. Irish leader, with three others, arrested 20. Bill taxing oleomargarine two cents a collecting rents under tbo Leaguo'u plan far of pound passed tho senate; houso concurred campaign. Mr. Dillon is roughly bandied by Aug. 3. th? pollco and is remanded for ooo week. 10. The territory alone the entire African '23. Tho senate refuses to order on Investi gation of the charges of fraud alleged to baro coast, between Kiptni and Lauisa, ceded to been committed in connection with tho elec- Gormany. tion of United States Senator Payne, of Ohio. THE WORLD OF SPORTS. SI. Bill granting increased pensions to sollato war who were wounded in Kvents of Interest to Peraons who Addiers of the the hatul, foot, arm or leg passed the bouse. mire Athletics. AUGUST. Feb. 3. Jack Fogarty was kuocked out by congress Jack Denipsey, in twenty-si- x 5. Fin session of tho Forty-nintrounds, at New York city, for 1.500 and tbo middleweight adjourstsn. Fob. 10. Jem Bmith and 23. Cutting was roleasod from prison by championship. 4he Meciean supremo court. The Cutting Alf (Jroanfleld, both of England, fought thirepisode nearly caused a fight between tho teen rounds near Chantilly, France. The referee decided It a draw. March 14. Jock ' "Bnlted States and Mexico. Lteaipsey whipped qeorge Loiflanche, the ftKITTEKBER. "Jiartee,i," at uuTtunont, u. i. The result of SB. Henry George nominated for mayor of the fleht left Deinpeey the undisputed raid champion of tho United States. Sew York city by tbo workfagmen. March 23. Tommy Warren defeated Tommy OCTOBER. Barnes tho 11. The Tammany Hall and County ship of for world,featherweight champion tho at Mill Creek, forty-siDemocracy factions united upon Hon. Abrara miles from Louisville, Ky., in forty 8. Howltt, who was unanimously nominated rounds. July 5. Peter J. Nolan beat for mayor of New York city. Jack Burke, the "Irish .Lad," in eight park, "15. Theodore Roosevelt nominated for rounds at Chester Cincinnati. defeated Jack Ashton, tbo ayor by the Republicans of New York city. July 3 1. JakoKUraln in "Providence wonder," eight rounds at lUdre. 10. lion. George F. Edmunds wood park, Brooklyn. Sept. IS. John L. Built-vu-n dofeatcd Krank Hearld In tiro rounds at United Htatcs senator from Vermont atr. Pa. OcU W. Johnny MeAuUtte. of NOVEMBER. 2. The New York city municipal election Mass., at Boston, for tha lightweight champion. excited national interest on account of the shin of tbi L'nlted States, knockln? him out In tho t wen round. In tho tamo tins Isaso novd iaiucs rnisod. defeated F. Ki "Belfast elected mayor, receiving Fuhry, of Baugor, Ue , In four rounds, for the shed. Laving a plurality of 23,000 over Henry fnw Enalaod featherweight championship. Nor. cess. vV. and 25. One thousand two hundred dicsatisfled George, who, in turn, beat Roosevelt by IX Paddy Kran was knocked out by John L. $0. TbiIiouso commltteo at Washington Sutllvan at the Mechanics' PflTilion, Han Franbegins X& investigation of the striko on the employees ot tho coal wharves of tho Reading 7,000. Tho state elections resulted In a series cisco, in three rounds. Nov Si Domlnlclc Mc of local surprises for both parties. Villiam Caffrey knocked "Sparrow" Golden out of time Gould roaib. It was continued for some road in Philadelphia, struck. Unless tho deWITH mands of tho men oro granted, 23,000 Knighti R. Morrison, of Illinois, was defeated, as was In eloreu rounds at a New Jersey liamltit withlu a Umo. Mjn lillKIULilDIT Uli;iVy 25, ugar bouso employes at Williamsburg, of Labor will go out shortly. also Frank Hurd, of Ohio. Speaker John G. Pullman Palaoo Sleepers. Jan. 10. Jacob Schaefer, the billiard expert. Carlisle, of Kentucky, and W. II. Bpringor, ucicaueu aiaunce vignaux, ot at New N. Y oil ttriko for an increase of wages. 20. Thlrty-flv- o momlwrs of tho Now York Illinois, narrowly escaped, while H. G. Yorlf. Apr, a. alio Cambridse University lioat of TH, CRIMINAL, CALENDAR. I.tlliKVlitu Burleigh, of Whitehall, N. Y.; was beaten by crew Iwat tho Oxford crew on the Thames (Bos. Tailors' union indicted by tbo grand jury for Ian J) courao from lutDey to Morllake. Mv 14. to NiiNhrllto, iho labor candidate, E. AV. Grrenman, who Bin All wins the lieutueky IVrby. Mar 10. J boycotting. Juitlre Overtakes Xew York's Boodle i cm pliis, Mtmrei trie AmnpfiMn ' 27. Tho striking operatives of tho Missouri itnnnf itnfmtl H.utHu was 'nominated only forty-eigh- t hours before I too third thjia Aldonnon pthar Slatter. at one mile, thereby winnimr I i.i- .n.i .i. ' Tho flal. rob. 0. The Now York state assembly be- AtlMlltH, JIonlRouiery. olection and was ludorsod by tbo Democrats. y .r.';,." como to an gan invcstisatlnir the Broadway 'fro nchlso --,ggi tlmoro street car Oen. Beaver (Rep.) was elected governor of ! colt Batr Fo, with llaywanl up. won tba Coney also TpT lallllttKeCli, Tnn.inn . r..l Pennsylvanix Fivo additional Republican ' Tlnfl Ttljifli' . yuwofcir. TKa Iho.Un ah tl... pA. UliU iin ui nut uy tug iitw " grant by tho Now York aldermen; wn-chior nrsi.ciau( sioops in ina Orlcnlin. VAcntciuii at : rpiio Thlnl avcnu0 utroof. car strllters, .itoliltouiiil congrcssmon wore elected in tho south. In Marblehead. Mass. July a-- easternuefoate.1 onmilial April 21 on ground thnt it was liar. T "'" Minnesota tho Democrats gain throo congress vard for the ronlajrohaniplonship of AmeHoan Now York city, put on frco coaches for tho obtoinol by bribery. March 1& Iianry W. cpUecea at Nsw linndon, Coon, firpt. 1 William ! accommodation of persons who would other-Beac- h Jaehno, of U10 1SSI lxurd of --aen. In Only oat clinoa to In Kentucky tho Republicans succeedaldermen, was arrested for accepting a bribe ed iu electing three congressmen. Charges of aquatlo defoitod John Teemer for the worlfl'a w"? H2,f , P0110?. ridn in thn rnm champlotialiln, over the Thames course. In connection with tho f randiiui. Slay 0. -30. O'Donnell, SecVetnry Best, fraud wero mado on both sides in. Indiana, Krglam' Sept 11. -- Tho yacht raoe was won by tho Mayilower, tlioAmer-- , nnd Graham, Hughes and Downing, of tho Taehiio convietrl and bent to state's prison DECEMBER. for nino years und ten mouths, Apru,8. 1feco -l- attoti, indicted by "BoodI" Aldi'rmnn Wilier nrrostod in Flotfda, ft Tho second session of tha Forty-nint- h jury at New York for ordering tho and lSlhall thu other 'oiaiaenuonwhohad.BoX son, of AustralU. on the Thames river, fnriand. I u-zongreM bogins. nusvonuea uiken in. ucu 11 Alderman BaWcs HetktDK botuwa 011 the llua of tblt road will active 8. Tho president lays beforo congress tho Sept. 10 lleachbeat Qaudaur over tho Thames , tio up of the Third avenuo cars. okMBnlonahlp Aiureo, London, Vathuul Sept, forf (tet his bond.br ralnjc te Canada. Nov. . pclal ratra. MAT. orrc5iMnlcnco with tho Canadian govern- - ! I lloodlo Aldvrtain McCaho declare! Inutna ilavflowcr won tho ram tor lint cUn Nor. 8n Ajctf of thli Company lor rates, rout 1. Ciileago trades unions demand a uniform . 19. Al.lonnau Duffy and yacAW in (ho Newport regatta, :i. fv.aJuR (ho Gal. ucuoiiusung io ino uiucnes iroume. turned inform, Ac, or wrlln nuvs una- j'urunn. ccni, ra, wuiiam Lljacn, or working day of eight hours, without reduc- era, Nuv si - Jury lu tho ca of Alderman Mc- 0 Tlin limien tieeHl tht nfw.frutl .n.ft.'I.MI O.P.AT.A.. a 1. ATMORE,- "Loulivllla, Ky, uea o. m Tiie .We lays the bill providinfr- for t tion of wages. Tho samo demands aro mado vuciio (imajreeu. five yean ileuunuo convicted IfrUZ T-SSS nnd Miitencvd to with S3.W fine. A London, Euglaud. Than, i3:05. Oct, i. W. o! in man) other cities. , sipen ceacutivo Bcaions on tho table, stay was afterward obtained. TOeorce tlefeuted Oummlncs 18. TheEcnnte votes to roiv.il flm a ten March 3 Kxpress Messenger 1. niirnf ! race at IHrmlDKham, Knjruind. In Oct. mile foot- etWI- - Forty thousand men in Chicago goon Vat n and tM,'0 stolon fro n CbeKellogg fatally Chicar iwar CUl ofllrtAnnt fnr eight bourn. Strikes for similar cawc. Oct at Metnj:er .-. ... w.....fU01tJ V' IVthrrlngtam. on tho Ow "., ..Mf,.. W..SM. 2a Tho houso, by a vote of 154 to 148, nennant: Bin Urfifi ltili tnnlr thn Tntj.mntlAnl eauso art general all, over tho country. INFORMATION Lsuls and 8au Francisco railroid, bound end championship, Whila the Bt. Louts Drowns again rie was 4. An attempt by the Chicago polico to dts te consider tho Morrison tariff bllLJ . lblwl of 50.00. nothing nrrcited rliargrd wltti carried off 'tho "honors in tho American associa1, .oomnllcltv. hut mu trn,it ik. ..MAN PERSONS tion. Oct. 23. -- At Bt. Louis tho St lxuls Urotms, I porso a meeting of AnarcbisM was followed Miobby'r e, go tliroiigh a trotn nt IN OTHER LANDS. at tiu ea$nk champions of the Aiuorlean association, defeated ' by a riot in which a dynamite bomb was" near rorv tvonu, lex., uoxpiio uxs auffer from ct troop and wcuro (1300. lkxt. Outline uf rollllcal Slorcmeut's lu For- tne uaieoo ciuu. tuo Lcapio champions, for he i thrown by thoe Anarchists among the poll , 23. Plnkrrton,' iletectlrco. nrrvbtcd thrc men luuriu iiinw, iDua winninc mo worms iaeoauv4 M)i;nr civ mid wounding sixty-one- . neither eign Countries. rhAmnlntitthtn nni! thntiifiv. mM.ln,. r.t flu. Ll. IVulvJl supposed to hat o been Implicated In llmrcthrr-InghaHeadache, Nov. 23. Ynlrt lient l'rinfctnnnt. i earner 1 ilavt-d-. 0. Rioters fired upon and several killed by JAXUAUT. rxnreu car rrthiry. It Is runorted A'euratata, that rothenncbam hlni.J has curfuwd. I. Burmah was formally aancxed to tho football on the lattcr's grounds by ono touch Jon a, i-- tho state militia at Milwaukee, Wis. 11 JarJ fl William if. i(uicul Jtheumntltm, 6. Moro shootinir occurred at Ohicacobo- - the Lbreaster NaHonal MoXeiL i'- -f mlta t In S10O-,British empire. tonk. tWeen tho polico nnd Anarchists, arid leading 000 ami cucaped tc Canada. AllL. 1M. Willlnai l'aiui in iho 7.. Now French cabinet formed, with M. Vorelzu MlscoUanr. Zlrnls, Hack aiut July 3. A Jury barlojj confirmed tha decreo ot ! rioters wcro arrested. I flrar, Jr., treasurer of tlu Indian Orohanl mills, Do Fi'uychiet at its bead. I Iloston, dufauiuu In 81,aO.()u0. Next day he SlJet, Jiad Blood. (J. Milvvaukoo rioters indicted. 1'L A decree of amnesty to persons,,ccn-Ticte- d divorce granted 5lr, Crawrord, with Sir Charles ... UUt(l, ...uw. ,.,.. ... ml 1Xndtnestton,TuFprptl, " Dllko as coreepoUient, tho latter leaves England 0. Tbo pianomakers of New York have icroi ma urstnuuonai ' .uanK, of political offenses since 1S70 was and settles in I'ortund, cle.. do the couth ot France. Jtaiaria,votutliatlon XJitaney Trouble. abandoned tholr demand for u reduction to faulted In SjT.OOI. Sept. Jl llarth.n. signed by President Grpyy, of Franco, omew, preaidant of thn CfcirtrOuir Life lusur- VOLINA COUDfAL CURES j, f 3L British parliament opened by tho. queen . the city of Vfenna, Aurtria, dlscooercd bythepo- - eight hours a day. RHEUMATISM, nniv, ..Ml .U, Jiartroru dofaultoi In SlW.oOa. NW. nmt.n. 10. HlgjjSrJko at Chicago endoi. FUi Blood and Kldnar TroubUa, by ctaarulnx lha ftjpcrcon, Octia N Jl. eold, of J O. Krnruson A. Co.. jico, wnu arrosi sjvanwxjn or the conspirators. lilood (VL iv 20. An amendment to the queen's address, Oct. destructionyhiported ta the Wbout 13,000 glrb, employes of the dofaultetl In Sl.OU).00O and nUcouled. HinrnrU U thaof all iu ImpurltlM, franjthenlBg all paiu hody, J. Ilradlav. Hussla. l iitroditwd by Mr, Codings, In which refct southern provinces ofIn the Colin Canipbell cose Troyi'N. Y., collar and cuff factories, locked charged with i,000 dcfali-atlo- Iiiliinn 3 CORDIAL CURES tDocSI -- The jury ' t out by tho manufacturers on account of Uie I J. Laudcrs. coafldentlal cjerlc of Lnndra, "aroe" was oxpressed that noeasurts had been at London finds Lady Campbell not guilty and de- Nrarals la, Talni In tha Ltmbu, Back - and Bide,, by (Son. Rutler. strike of the laundry girls at George P. Idoft I Co., or Indlanapolla, nbsrruicd with Siauw. asnnces suggested for tho amelioration of tho condit. tonlnj the narvea and strengthening- tiie Dusclaa. t March aUalland. the Texan, acquittoJ of tha n NOV. l'TUln'M n.'Atrl.- Co.Is cstabllsbmenc tion of tho Irish tenantry, was passed by a I Vtftf.4m21nlt.A.l.trf1i f- - a ' T , VfLU(A C&RDIAL CUIUS DYSPEPSIA, livivi,.,,lll.ui4luiVUtUU. W. Eight thousand tailors locked d.t dixit vote alter an osclted and very'rrsopal jjrfpt. a Uooth, son of Oen, Booth lodlrMtlon nad Ontlrllon, liynldlnr(i'l'n-lUUaso- f j U. Squire, conunls&ionur It public iort lu New debate. ot mo oairnuoo Army, u ruamed at London; tho Boss Tailors' union J Now York city. tha Food Ihroufh tha proper action ' yo.r3f- - &aulre waa reraoveil Contractor Maurice , itouach It creates a healthy appcihe. 27. Tho Salisbury ministry tendered its England, to Miss Maude Churlcaworth, an heiress. aiflynnnnd SoAiire pro nftenrnrd Iwdlutodfor 'vaf. - VOUKA CORDIAL CUttES NERlfOUSNESS, resignation, which was accepted a few days. 2. John lioit, conviAed of inciting to riot, . conspiracy. Augusta Hor. Oeorca t lladdooc, Deeds of Daring. papremUa of aster. and July 11. C. I). Graham floated through tho was Bontenced to imnrsonment at hard labor P.rolb'"on5H' muTdc!?'. ,n So1" 'a', Iowa. lha ' lag and toningtplrlutyttca.Weaknea, by tnliven. FEERUAIIY. NUgara whirlpool rapids ta a barrel. Julyj- a- , for ouo year and to pay a flnojof SSOOatNew wuri bSrnyVwM admtu'd totSSnS -Y0LIHA CORDIAL CURIS OVERV70RKED 3, Gladstone nnd his ministry assumed'' 6UST0 Ilrodla Jmnps from tho Brooklyn bridge. tWon. Nov. York. Haasn. BeattAu if Aug-- . and neMeaM'Wonita. I"unant Stcxly Children. llazlett and Wlllam rotta go otiarjF of tbo affairs of state. 3. The tfivoution of ITnlirhta of t .bar. ni llw.ltof New Vprk.aliot by Jals KleTrdl, a , m. , It ladellffUtful and nulhtiouj as a general Tonic .: cnipiove. ;wj wound was not a aaieiy mroucn the Ninrara whirlpool rartds In a curireu i.? 1.1. i, a Xlladttono announces hU now caWnet and oarrci. AU2. 2.WIULim J. Kendall awlma ' ..,....1. -MaxiTfU. Dm inlinlnr..,. rH .' t. rti. feL -a-v( ..m Vol Inn Almanac and r"n "V" ,iflr58 his Irish policy. Louis, obtalmwl n. fnHl-- r ' conrlrtcd In rtcller. A itbo whirlpool mplds ot Niagara. Nov. 7- .- trades utdons were not satisfactorily adjusted. stay Uov. a. The lor 1KH7.D00K. handMroe, coranleto 4Bb1Bbi MAncn. court of oppeoli havhft audtnerul ItlllnuliOWtotUHU PSa Lar Donovan lumrki from th.) new rus- - I 4. ftdmaiotuomocrsoi the lamilios or tuo overruled tho motion of lUiJKAHKM' nt HOMV. lna pttaiant. nataral VriT! Z Servia end Bulgaria signed a treaty ot lor. S3. mim btriuing Chicaso mllroad mon stou trains by York cttall tenement hsuseUuddentellr. Iho Now . ... . JlnllfdonrtCclptofalcrtaUgaaUiap. AddrtM builder, conWctjd' et, BMl..Ion IIlirldni nf:.K'l4t.nra "" ui3iviu.-i- i at Buoharest. l jweo niansUnibter, fern wir trial, ha was biken to dhigupcn tho tracks. the VOLIfIA DRUG A CHEMICAL CO. pruoa. was created hl EritUh ki. Mteara Kurtx divrs from Uie DrooVlya 7. A sunsation 6- - fourteen wuiiam Ji0UNiud borso car men, of OALTIMORB, MO., U. tJ. A. . jsUtical circles by tho withdrawal from the trUjc. 30. 18. Sofia. t."y Parnoll's Irish land bill was defeated in the British house of commons. 20. The British parliament was prorogued by the queen until Nov. 11. 21. Mr. o h ht x .!&FSSfZ" W' 8j.r 0. Tbo Empire Protect I vo association gives up tho light ngainst tho Third Avenue road. STRIKES THAT RESULTED FOR GOOD 13. At tho meeting of tbo Brotherhood Telegraphers, at Kansas City, it was decided OR FOR ILL to join the KnlghU of Labor. 25. Tbo Lake Shore switchmen at Chicago. Ulg out on strike, became vory demonstrative; a The Demand for Eloht Hours-T- ho train of cars thrown off tho track. JULY. Dumb Throwers Hlg racking; Houso 35, Union employes of fourteen Now York Strikes Street Hallway Tie Tips. cigar factories locked out. 8. Tho men who distributed boycott circuJANUART. C. Great strike and lockout ot the engl lars referring to tho Widqw LandgrafTa nesrs ot the elevated railroad system of Now bakery Tcro convicted at Now York, before York city. Travel was almost entirely sus- Judge Barrett, and sentenced to terms of imprisonment of from tea to thirty days. pended for a day or two. 26. The National Cigarmakers' union with2a A riot occurred at Mount Pleasant, Pa. Tho police and the Hungarian strikers had a drew from the Knights of Labor, collision, in which several ot both parties AUGUST. were injured. la Tho cigarmakers of New York, whs-ha29. Six thousand glovcmakcrs of JohnsItain on striko for, soma timo, determined town and Gloversrillo, N. Y,, struck for to resume work. higher wagea. The strlko was not of very 30, Tho eight Chicago Anarchists who were long duration. , on trial for tho Ilayinarkot riot and bomb FKnnUAnr. throwing wuro convicted. Spies, Schwab, 5. The employes of tbo New York, Soventb Fielden, Parsons, Fischer, Engel and Lingg avenue, Fourth avenue, Sixth avenuo and were sentenced to death. Noebo got fit teem Broadway surface roads striko successfully years In prison. for a reduction ot hours. 23. Broadway surface road tied up. The UAnon. tie up was of tbort duration. 3. Brooklyn street car lines all "tied un." MtlTEUBKR. Thlit poirder nTf r Ttrles. A nurval ol purtlr, 5. General tio up of the street railroads 4. Thro hundred and thirty plumbers ttrenfth and wholeMmaneu. JMore economical policeof Now York city. It required 750 than th ordlnarr kind,, and can not ba sold lockrd out in Now York city becauso ot n men to forco a car through Grand street, dUfereoco Ilia multitude of low tMt .short botwoon them and tho bosses over companion with phosphate powdan. SolJonlr In weight alum or where a great crowd had assembled. tho apprf ntiorthlp mlo. ; ItoTiLlliXiNO rownss O, caoi, 0. Fivo hundred men, Knights of Labor, 10 Wall Btrtet. Nw York 0. Monster naradn and demonstration of employed in tho Missouri 1'nclQo railroad trades unionists onil iWir sympathizers ia shops at St. Louis, quit work at tbo blowing MACK BUUCCS New York city. of tho noon whistlo. Ono thousand othor em13, On thotisitnl mllors struck at Sou ployes who wcro also Knights aho struck. Francisco owing to differences with tho ship- Buggy & Implement House. Tbo freight business of tho road is paralyzed. ping agrtits. 7. Secret mooting held at St. Louts, at 10. All tha laborers and mechanics of which tbo passonger engineers, brakemen, Charleston, U. . I hare now switchmen and firemen of tho Missouri Pa- wages, which C, struck for nn Increaso t! was donled. Tho men thore-ujw- n A. Full Lino of Whoat Drills nnd cific system decided to join the freight ban- rcsuuied work. dlers' and carshop strike. Accordingly none otbor Agricultural Implomonta, 23. Four hundred and fifty browmtono ot them reported lor worir, ana o.uai miies rubbers struck in Now York.clty gainst tke .Bcallti a of road idle. Immense freight blockade. employment of a man. 0. Employes ot tho Troy and Lansingburg fall Line ot Buggies and Wagons OOTOBKn. street railroad at Troy, N. Y., struck for 4. Armour's Iwef rfen wero ordered to quit fewer hours of work. Demands granted. Always on ban J, Is roDDeetlon with tay Im 0. Fivo thousand employes of the "Gould" work. plemcut bPiinru, I will alto carry s 7. Eight thousand pork pockors of Chicogs railroad system wore dkohorged on tho Mis(truck for eight hours. Couiplcto Slock of Lutulicr, souri Pacific, 7. Tho general assembly of tho Knights at 10. H. M. Hoxie, of the Both rough and JrcnaJ, Prices on svarthlng a Missouri Pacific railroad, declines to confor Labor organized at Richmond and admitted the Homo club. with tho KnlghU ot Labor or a committee Tjovt any one. 1ft. Tho morocco workers of Wilmington, from tho strikers. who havo been cwtonstrikoforscveu months, I solicit aihirsof jour pitronajt, Reictfnlly 23. Hoxio has a conferonco with Governors have returned to work. Marmaduke and Martin at St. Louis. JT. MtKUCE. HMtr 17. Lucy Parsons, wifo of one of" tho con23. Jay Gould accepted a proposal for ar a serit to demned Chicago AnarchiitH. bitration. Mr. Powdcrly orders tho men of odilrvmcs in New Yorkiuid vicinity In bework. half of her huiband and his colleagues. 29. Tbo district assemblies K. of L. ref us The Champion Horse Sfwer! 13. TIm great striko ot the Ohieairo nackiac to obey Powdcrly's ordor, and instruct th Missouri Pacifla strikers not to resume work. houso workmen is at an erd, tho mon having 3L Martin Irons Issues a general order to agreed to return to work on tho ten hour plaa 20. Natlouil oasombly of the KnlghU of At the Umti srs dull and montr scarce snj as the Knights to resume work on the Missouri Labor, at Richmond, Vo,, was adjourned sino I tUTe no rent to piy, I will if t my cuitoracrt Pacific. JtanUt of good work at very low tIcm. I wilt die. Grand Master Workman owdorly ST. Sir hundred and fifty morocco worker! maks great rvduttlan tor tnb In salary waa Incnvised to J5.000 from 81,500. JlorHP Short H0, of 'Wilmington quit work. i. ."SCctitm or St Other nlorioi ralsod accordingly. IVnit tfX ftrti-- to Uktn In M 3iOHthK.il Alt 3L Striko ot Cohooa spinners ended. About kinds ol produce exchmrt for work. 27. The couvention of tho National Brother. 7,000 persons ntTected. of all kind don naatlr and In good atyls. hood of Engineers, at New York, unani- bhoflnf aadJU, tretllag and harnn hortea a mously P. M. Arthur, ot Clovelamt, specialty. Palatini from S3 to W. BomUIoc tire 1. Tho striko on the Gould roads has been for wssoa, II; laaklux new lira and putties on (3. grand chief englnoer. Otbar work; In proportion. Thanking mr friends resumed on account ot tho refusal of the com2T. The condemmxl Chicago Anarchists tor thalr kind pitronijtla tha put, I aollrll tha pany to reinstate all the strikers. have bewn granted a supersedeas. Tblsoper-atu- i tarn la ths future. a "Bloody Saturday11 at Fort Worth, WALTEK FIELDS, JU., as a stay of execution. Texas. Strikers resist the movement oj NOVEMBER. trains, firing a volley ot Winchester rules into 1. Tho striking miners at Shamokin, Pa., a posse of deputy sheriffs, killing one and DB, W. B. PBITWY', mortally wounding two others. The ofilcen decide to resume work. The iiainters aa DENTI8T, paper hangers of Haverhill, Mass., struck for replied with revolvers killing one striker. (Stantorct, IContitoIcy. nlno hours. 5. Mr. Powderly formally recalls his order 4. The Paterson molders1 striko was ended to the Missouri Pacific strikers to resume by tho bosses granting the increase dework. manded. 0. Doputy sheriffs in EaSt St. Louis Or t ft. Tho Augusta, Go,, cotton mill striko Is Into a crowd, killing sevea persons, only ont at an end. The mill owners yield. of whom was a striker, ft. Twenty thousand Chicago pork packer 14. Powdcrly makun an appeal to Gould for the settlement of tho southwestern strike. again quit work. 27. Throo thousand six hundred bottlers, e Gould repUee, justifying his action and re fusing to grant the request of tha Knights for the eastern ortlons ot the United 8 tote, struck against a proposed reduction of 5 per arbitration. Oflreoo taneaaUr straat, axt door to Ist'A-aio- a 10. A general tio up ordered n the New cent, in their wages. JouaaaL offlca. Offlca boars from 1 to 12 a. 3R. The strike of the tannors and currier K. and I to 5 r. X. Aneathitlcs aJmlntilorad wba York City Third Avenue Street ra ay. oeeecaary. .I 10. Martin Irons, the leader in . great of Salom and Peabody, Mass., has failed. DECEMBER. southwestern striko is, with three others, in7. Strike in Breed's shoo shojM at Lynn, dicted by the grand grand jury at St. Louis, Mass.. 700 persons went out. for tampering with telegraph wires. 18. Widow Lasdgraif boycotted in New 1L The couterenco of trades unions at ColYork city for employing umbus, O., adopt tho noma of The American bakers. 10. Tha Third avenue street car strikers, Confederation of Labor." 10. The Brooklyn KnlghU of Labor objee New York city, wreck a car and have a to the paymont of a contribution of fl each Louisville & short but savago fight with the police. Nashville R. R. 10. Tbo great Ue up of the New York city toward purchaslug a hall In Now York. -- TUK UttlT- 21. The employes of tho Eureka Iron comstreet railroads i,oiT, with the exception of pany, at Oxmoor, Ala., quit work on account the Third avenao lino. 20. Trains nro running without molestation of a compulsory school tax. TRUNK on the Gould roads, although the strikers 21 Several of tho Brooklyn surfaco roads still profess to be confident of ultimate suc- tied up. Settled same day, after some bloodTO TU1 I N. Nil) PJL4TT, JLOUINVXI.LK. ' MYERS HOTEL, STAXFOSD. ET. POWDER Absolutely Pure. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old ftnd Well - Known Hotel Still Kaintaino its High Imputation. lth fifP.rietSr be riecoad to no Oonatrr Hotel in the State In its Fare, Appointment!, or Attn tion to Comfort ef . AMD ! Determined tha their Quests. rliKRSM Hill b .! asTrt 4 to sail from ths 41 fh,r"V ,ommo4atlesi Coninsrdal .S?'.1 TrsTtlara. 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