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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887010401 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 1887 $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. rTTt ( - D I - ' " ').! &mmnm' i tri iv.i"' Wfee-" - ' 4sfe rH.( ! f H I Sien weekta titrfio fOL. XIV. McHINNEY, LINCOLN COUNTY. tfc,W 5 s?'' f!7 v ' T 1 V, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1887. t - NO. 101. NOTICE 70 CREDITORS LONDON, LAUREL COUNTT, HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. , n. k. tavloic, OriXJQAN COUNrV.lsaCandfdate or th offlca of Superintendent of I'll hi 1c Instruction, mbjsot to tho DcmocrtloStaU)ConT6utlou. Rr id, of the West End bought OF TUB burrlsof corn at $1 60 and LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. 100 head hogs at $3 I'tibUtthed TttcMittw Mini Frlitnyn The officers of the Htitonville Mason AT All parsons hating debts against tbo Lincoln ic Lodge, No 181, for this yer are, G. W. Company arc requested to present them to 89 J W. Alcorn at tils otneo In Htauford. Kr Glvens, W. M,;J G. Wentherford, B. M; o. L.itiviirinn, exI Oder lor sals privately In 8Hnford, Ky., a Tery . understood If wecrodlt thatlLM villi T. L. Carpenter, J W ; G W Rvan, 8ec'f ; J'realdont. dealrablo'Tesldenco with seven ro.ras and porch.' pected and demanded. Well of water nt tho door; stable, smoko hours, Dr. II. Brown, Tres ; A. 'Burns, S, D.; E Ac. Alioutao acre of ground in the lot. D. Kennedy, J D.; J. P. Goode, T. terms, Ac, apply to It. G. A lil'OIClK W. P. WALTON' 1C3- Agent for .1 K. AKorJf. After a long rest the aun decide 1 to look out and sea how the new year took I am dally opening an elegant lino ol Fall Millihold of hid butiiueoK. The old luminary Snowballing, Twenty Thousand Soldiers ner, Including all acted a little churlishly in withholding his In January. 1861, while the Confederate Miss Lena Cjlemin,of Ihrdstown Colgreetings until the morning of the second T be Latest Novelties of the Season. MT. VK3NON, KY. troopi rera in winter qtmtew it Dalton, lege, came home for tui holidays, and so on tho Qrst. day, and even then he was decidedly cool Also Notions, sucli si Handkerchiefs, Collars and 20,000 there cime a big enow utortn n This old and Ilotel Is still mainCorseti, l)uttle, etc. Yo'i did Jlis'es Lillie Tanner and Liuana Iitbb, Tho severe alolt for the paet few dayfl in his welcome. Tho young folks hailed and Cufli, Kucblni;.rooms Utely taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. vacatwl by 8ml will Bnd mo at tho soldier went Inlo n rej,'uliwlj crRanizpd of Btanfurd Female Olles" M M- t Mrs. tLe advent of 1887, as well as the demise ol lay A Warren, next door to tba Myers Homo. baa rendered walhng dangeroui. Special attention to tho traveling public. gnnwballinK. Ox ono iile of a bnnoH whs US TE Mi VliDKUA II. of liarditown, is the gti4l of Miu Leiu Martha Craft fall on, the atreots n day or so hli predeceior, by a spirited and protract- V. KEWt OJIfi, I'ro'r, tho parade (round of the OcOrRtaaitdBonlli Mt. Vernon, Ky. Coleman. Mim Mattie Vtndeveer, ofHtan ago, rerioualy hurtiti, ner arm. I ed dance, continued long enough to do Carolina troopi, nuri back of that the quar ford, was the gueet of Miss Lillie Tanner. Misses Littie ant Pinkio Cowan, two honor to both dates. Not having been prea tern. On tho opnoallo nhle of the branch MIm Julia Tapscott, of Staunton, Yd , is charminK Danville beiiuies, returned homo ent, I am not able to furnish an inventory wan the parade ground of the Tenneecanii, I-I- . spending tho holidays wit'i Misii Louana Saturday from a pld.sint visit to their of tho apparel of the participants. By the Representing the lilus Grass Hedge Co., of Versailles, Ky., Is In this section for tbo purposo of of their pnrado k round were their aud bick lilhb. Miss Delia Hun Jcrs, of Burncide, cousin, Mrs. J. T. Brown, this city. riy, why was Steve Myers treated bo cav- canraulng for the Couisny's quarter. Tho Ground was. frozen to a depth is the guest of her couiin, Mrs. George, of Tho Icadcr, undsr ila now marsgo-oient- , alierly in the notice of tho Stanford jolifi of fire feet, tho enow wan n .foot deep and The Photographer, the Veranda Hotol. Mr. Irrin G. Tnntior is flourishing In H way that gladdens CAtioL? He seems to have been the only Patent OombinedS'WirQ & Hedge Fence. no indication of melting. A. day was apof College Grove, Tenn., is visiting his un the heart ol every true democrat. We hope ono who appeared in a really fancy drcaf; This Company Is well known and aro mtctlrg pointed for the (how battle. The Tenncv cle, K L. Tanner. Mr. Joshua Adams and tho paper will be one of the permanent in and yet hie costume is parsed over with the with large sales in many adjacent counties. It is eeeant marched out and formed a line of compoted of rcpresentatiro and wealthy farmers wife, were the gueMs of Mr aud Mrs J, W ititutlons ol Lturel county. slightest mention possible. drum boUinjc, bugle blow battle, their well recommended to us. Mr. Tribute Adanif, cf the Commercial Hotel, lat Charles II. Mwes, for tho past year The past year has been noted as pro and comespleature ia calling on all Interested on will tsko lug, colore firing and officers mounted. Evin the ductive of many marked events. potlmaster Lere and talesman week. The dining gWen by Mr. and Mrs tbenulject and needing fences. Wo bespeak for The ery ooldier had a knarmnck full of snowMudo F. M. Ware was greaMy enjoyed and largo drug etore of W. II. J.ckeon & Co., has ac- probability is strong that the history of the htm the patronage of our people gnerally. 19Wn ball. Tin Georgians formed ami prepared ly attended. cepted a position in the store' of 'the Pit- preeent will ba memorable in almost every to make the attack bv eroding the branch. The Masons of McKinney Lodee, U man Coal Company, Pittsburg. Mr. Moses portion of the earth. The upheaval ot ! There were 10,000 men on etch tide, and A. 1)., attended by a few of the brotherhood and hie pleasant little family will h misscoming changes has been noted even during At coon na was very imposing. tho ecene from Iluetonville and Middleburg, bad a ed from our social circles. the apparent calm that has rested upon the A valuable Stock Farm containing. 71 Acres the Georgian crowed the branch they met very pleasant affair on the 20th ult. Taev The iNTEnion JooitNALa,-- xi to be world. The great issue of tho controversy situated 1 mile from Crab Orchard on tho titautord pike. n terrific fuillado from the TeoneMen, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tha two now storc-rooformed at their Hall at 11 A. M , marthnl-e- 4 unfortunate in the matter of correspondents of capital vs. labor a controversy that emand rooms over same, who were at home in the enow, The In Stanford, on So ath side of Mala street, built by from Mt. Vernon. The now branch road braces all ciyilised lands must soon be OKiley A Bon. Also the brick residence la which Motes Coffey, marched to the Veranby of the TennoMeean, a haodotfe t IVSIjE Y, ilotel, where the good wives and daugh- from Corbin entices the young men up the adjudicated. Old systems are falling into I am now living. J. It. eUanford, Ky. And the IGt-t- l who w a from Frank-lin.Twn- da fellow named Gordon, to crow up with the country. decay. Old governments are tottering and ters of Masons, awiilod by other lady Cumberland was captured, but a bold diuh Courier-Journ- al spread a bountiful, good dinner. Yes, but wo always manage to get another feebly clinging to existence. Old theories w( made by the Tenneeeeane and be waa friends, y for proof. are losing their preside. Electricity and 125, including iuvited guests, good one See letter of C0MMER6IAL reecurd. TheGeircian and Boutli Caroli- After tbsut One year for only J two'psnors for little had eaten, the line of procession was again Ed. . steam machinery and monopoly are rapidmore than tho prlco of one. EYJ-.Wnians, being unused to Wie now, wero at a ADAMS, formed, with tbe ladies in the rear, marchgreat disadvantage nnd were forced back Tho heroes of the war are fast passing ly creating the element! of a problem to be the Hall, whero the Ktitern Star de By paying us 13 you will lor one year A the TenntsMeeane ed to away. Of the ureal commanders who met solved in the near approaching future. The acroM tho branch. your home paper with the Courier-Journa- l, tho greo was conferred by W. M. Hiddenor on representative newspsper of tho South, democratcrjMeJ the branch tSey wet their anowbails in tbe shock of battle, Grant, present generation will, in all probability each other I hare lately.urchased tbts hotel and havo ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tho best, Misses Florence Etter, Millie Crow, Lillie maae many uaprcremenu in u. brightest and ablest family weekly in the United and the next vollor fired at the Georgia Meade, McClellan, Thomas and Hancock witneaa scenes tach s the history of earth I Intend to keep everything la flrst-cUstylo, States. and Annie Uccker, and Meadatnes Thoea who desire to examine a sample and Carolina bay wai terrible In lu effect Tanner sleep the dreamless sleep of the dead, with has never yet presented But, be this as it and make only moderate charges. copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at this omce. As bve bean on the road for acTeral years F, M "Ware, J F Hocker, K. L. Tanner, it is tbe part of ?iedom to be pre- knowIthe wanta of traveling msn, and I wlfl makeI Preratng on, the Tennwseeans captured the Lee, Jackon, HooJ, Taylor and others ma, V It. Smith, W. A.CifhyjJosIah Dishop, 1SC1 yr. "t with patience It to their interest to stop with me. who survived the war; and the only great pared for any event to quartera and proceeded to loot the whole G J. Btitin, Dr. Hocker to watch with vigilance to labor with away rations, tobacco, FnncisSims, each other in ahebanir, carrving opposing Generals who met Vi, J. Montgomery. The Lodge ten contiaiis.117 and trust implicpipe and everything else that did not be- and important battles and still survive are zeal to der Mr. and Mrs. George their grateful long to the government. That snowball BANK, Concert Grand, Sherman and Johnson, McDowell and itly. Let i.year on which we have enter CITIZENS NATIONAL and for tbe use of their dining-rooBeauregard and Sheridan and Early. Of ed, then, be consecrated to high and noble ing, in which 20,000 men tojk part, km no thanks ' Parlor Grand, OF LANCASTER, KY. doubt the biggest thing of the kind that other favora. the many Commanders of the Army of the ends, so that even tho il should witness Baby Grand, ever occurred la Georgia, or will ver oc Potomac, there is not one among the living "Tbe wreck of matter and tbe crush of CAPITAL 91S5.000 00 Am Abbreviation Explained -"- Christ-maa Upright Grand, I worlds' we may meet the result with un- Atlanta Constitution. cur again. is coming," eaid iljines. "Hy tho wayt except McDowell, who ie retired, Scott, Square Grand. This Bank solicits accounts of individuals. Arms r-unshaken courage and add our names to the ) and corporations. Its facilities lor making colI wonder bow they ever happened to write Grant, McClellan, Burnslde, Hooker and Wo aro opening the most carofully selected, the Stalping Does Not Hilt. join the great ma host of thejlctorious. Meide have finest and best stock, of lections, la all parts of the United States, aro It hai been aald that that a man can not Christmas Xma?' It seems rather a queer jority, and ofall gone to comisandera of the and cutoinors are at all ttmoa granted the great ' lire after being scalped, One of the Crow abbreviation." PIANOS AM) ORGANS A swine breeder eays that in weaning any reasonable accommodations they see proper war, Sherman, Sheridan, Johnson and "Natural enough, natural enough, my Indian acouti with Cutter, before that brave pigs there is something more to be consid- to ask. We bog to offer our services to tho citi- Ever brought to this city. Every instrument la Biauregard are the only atirvivors. There from the pride of an artist ta officer melbli fate, waa caught by a party boy," said Bjenks. "It's a senile reminder ered than simply taking them away from zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking is percent, lower tnin and prices ranzeask for10tho dealers you have to put out for people are many heroic and brilliant Lieutenants their mother.1 They should be weaned facilities, and assure them that any business aent same goods. Persons otother of BIoux atone on the prairie and rcalped of tbe X'a musical and art culture us shall at all times have prompt and faithful at- are invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultiof the great chieftains of both sides still gradually, so aa not toreceivo any stunt or tention. alive. Ilia eoetnieu cut a near nhaped you doc't care anything about, and who vated, refined tone and artist designs ol these with us, but tbe luster of their achieveInstruments: piece out of the crown of bis head and left won't put cut apyX's for you." backset. To take pigs away bgfore they ' Xtly so," returned Itjonej. And then ments is dimmed by the chiefs who com- haye been taught to eat gives them a check in agony; tuppoaing he would World-rcnowuc- d him writhing Kunljc, tho Fa Tho Philadelphia Times. manded them. J. M. moOINBOritAM, of course die. Notwithstanding all this Mrs iJjooetrang tbe chestnut bell eleven for at least two weeks. Feeding them in a ntons Decker & Son, the Popular Er-crJOEL J. WALKER, LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, the redskin recovered, and at last account imes. and asked Mr. Uienka what time nnd tho Reliable New England J. W. L09AN, The new experiment whioh tbe Dutch separate place to which they have access J S. JOBNSON, Somer him home was living with hi people on the Crow Ilea Mrs. 15jnks expected L. F. HUBBLE, T. M. ARNOLD, Pianos, are making in prison management will be will accustom them to eating, B. O. MULLINS. J03. SIMPiON, ration and d'jing well. There waa an old ville Journal. N Tstchcd with interest throughout Europe. The Celebrated Olongb and Warren and Thomas D, Chenault sold to Moses At Barnwell, H. C, riundav, James I'. Hitherto Holland his held the belief that ( Jer in Western Montana, whoee cabin tho John Ohnrch & Clo. Organs. ICO cattle that aver-age- d of Cincinnati, lited on the eastern elope of the Kocky Davis, a prominent lawyer, Rave some 3to-m- an two yeara in a separate cell is as much as a Kahn, moi'o than $1,G00, at 4. Please communicate with us for catalogues, term On the f A4.alci, who had hi hair ratted come J.ol. HIGOINBOTHAM.FltEST. candles to the little ton of a brother criminal can stand and survive. This nd prices. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, fiwirugo bj a band of navagr, and yet he lawyer, named Osrens, The boy fired the month the Dutch have amended their code same day Mr. Alexander Tribble sold to 8. It. & JO. JT. COOK, fSpctlal Ag'ts. ritanford, Ky. 133 cittle of ubout tbo name J. V. 3AND1FEU, CASHIER, f jr $nrl thrives in moot aatoniahing good Or ROSE R. RICH AUD, . whipped him. nj that every prisoner, sentenced to a term earns parly candles, for which his father B. F. HUDSON', TELLER. price. This little tranaction puts 521,000 ReferencesA. R. Fenny, Mrs. E. M. CarpenCraif xbe old fellow' name is Ganxto, In the afternoon of tho same day he waa of imprisonment of Sve years and over ter, J. M. Ffalllps, J. M. Mooro and James liea into the pockets of these two gentlemen,-flt'chmcn- d 1 advanced years would, a second time beatins; the child unmerciley, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orch-srwill spend the first fire yoare of hia term in P reason of his Keai-te- r Qcn. W. J. Landram and Miss f v . Jnatural oonrae o events, have white fully, when Djivis, though sympathy, took man, Lancaster, Ky, cellular confinement. As in Holland even UMyr low, only that be has no hair at all to him away from his father and was walking the chapels aro canHructed on the cellular Bob lngersoll ban so muchjlaw bu'ineiB t i ti,fof. Still, .what little he has got i awy, when W. A Owens, an wider brother principle, and the prisoners wear mass? nu hands nowadays that his old client, the Thou shall go to JIOUHXE'S for all tby flied or gray, the reel of hia head, of the bor, came up and Mthout a nor J, whfoevorhey leave the narrow precincts devil, vill have to be looking around fcr Christmas Goods. has just receivod direct from Ileaton: Bourne tho hair ought to grow," beiug hs shot his protector in tot luck, ii tlietitij; a of their living grave, tho Dutch exri-min- t new counsel, or eleo plead guilty. San New York City the nicest nnd cheapest lot ever brought to this neck of the wcods. TArns-crip- i. Mjfc a billiard ball. To be end, Clan- - mortal wound. Diego Uaion Thou shall buy the medicines from Bourns asiun very severe. Boston Keaion: Bourne's goods are pure. Thy life is w 4 1o did not loe hi entire cs.lp hut only a too valuable to bo sacrificed because of Inert row ThcEtatetjf Ten would ake, if divi Bucklett's Arnica Sahe. edles. portion cf it. The probabilities arc that ded, 'J11 fcstalo. noh .uritr in dimprmion rhebcslSiWe iu the world lor Cuts. Bruises Thou shall marry soon, very Boan. Thedirect through line and old established route The Hreckinndso bill do awy with a ho could not have survived with the low than Hhoda Island. If Tex a should l Reason' Tbe cooee bone marketh this a hard from Sores, Salt Hbeum, 1'eret Sores, Tetter, Chapped Custom House .tha', afToid fat Utad", Chilblains, Corns and ullSkin Eruptions, winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will make climber of of the wholo top of hi head. Hjuic few dividsd in way :i new capital larger inweurs. for as tnnuy inipeciwloui collec thee beautiful above thy lollows, (It thoti dost Loimville & Cincinnati to St. Lonia that and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I. not ditlro to marry, thou wr deslro to bo envied years ago, when Sitting Hull wan mister ol than tha prewnt one .' Wasninniun would and all points in tho Wobt. aay nothing of a lMRer corps of Is guaranteed to give parfect satisfaction, or money because of thy beauty. this country, (Itnxio was the cuide of an bo rouiired, solely for tUe scoo niund.it ion lorn, lo Thou shalt go hunting aud flsuln- -. Bourne has Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t Louis. refunded, l'rlce ii eeuta per box. For aalo by the materials. Three IS) Dally Trains iruiu Cincinnati emigrant party euroute to Fort Liramie, of the additional rprnU'.ivTi, countint: elerke, appraifeni. etc , istv excellentmeas fonny A MeAUster. Thou shall have a Inby, a flddK in accordion, to ht, 1,0111 ure nnd directly In Jino with tho re'orai -- Fort ICpprIi strings, lamps, frames pictures, 'uirrors, Only violin (Mon.) L?tKr. Wyoming. lO ton I'M from t,LouisTiIlaand Cinclcnatl .' Hietulwr o' thre tw" tenihM . V. HoytA Co.wholoMlo and retail Drug- - warranted jewelry. wou't poluyof tbaaimipistrtion But it to Louis. ,. Bouruo has those mid tho Quest lot of candles -Minucspollh still ruloa tho world in the lower Houw Iron ieh Stito. Texas I(mm. The dennml tft placei is too Insis- gists ot Home, Qa., say: ''We hato bsen tolling evf r brousbt to Stanford. Tho Only Lino by which you .can Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Hitters and possibility, is fas', it ta filled Thou shaft keep In mind that Fourno Is the a wheat and 11 ur. In 18S5 the anion nt of is craat got a Through Stooping Oar tent ,im! oonslntjr Kepressnlative to Ducklen's Arnica Salve for two yens. Ilave nev- cktcrest man (except Dr. Cui) and tho best man with i,rt il oxcellent democratic er bandied goods that soil as well, or glvo such to deal with. violets bluu, withstand; so wheat received here exoeded 3'J,OUO,000 Frou Cloclnstlto uLuuis. "Roses red, Thero haro Uou some Shakespeare. ISourno's is the plnco for you. ousbels. ThU yeir the receiptd vlll reach A citizen of Midd'r'owii, N J., ia said Sentlemc l fthoold down chairs in tbti universal satisfaction. In fact, tho half ot his glorle-- and fine goods PVlO C ArlW ' u,e onlr 1,no running wondcrlul cures ctfectcd by thesoraedltlno in this VL. tbroujh irom Louisville X All? V. il 000,000 The flour ground reicuw to to harelousht 10,00Ocris of inad ou tba Custom Hon at unklrk, If, Y., and eity, Setcralcasoi of pronouned Consumption have not been told thoe. and Cincinnati tu.St. Louis, ail tlur being within an see of G ,000,000 barrels, while Florid i oast probably tbe only anltnbie drawnalari.of 52 . 10 .. per year for col- - have been entirely cureU by tbo use of a lew botmade up of a touibln.iUou of Suiall roads. j 203 por ypBr, are not tles of Dr. Kltg's Vew Dlsiorery, taken In connecmora thau 0 000,000 bushels of wheat have location in the Uailed 'luttjsnnd planted lectins a rtyenue of Tbo Ohio A Mistli'lppl Uillvrfty runs PtIatlaI-bleepinbjen sniped EmI- .- Minneapolis Trib-une- . n hrge number of y unj oei)aniit trues. liketr to Y$ disturbsd in thu discussion of tion with Electric Hitters, Wo guaraatco thorn Tin: tiiokou(9iime(i:d Cars on ul(Ut trs.ns, Luxuriant Paralways. Bold by Peuny A MeAHster. (I) lor Cars on day trains, Elegant Dif Coach- It is HAid they were trjifeiwl from their their la)fv"puddi,"-roa- t. oaonnlltiaius. An Enterprising, Reliable House. r ,ad in Two weeks ao William Ilryan went uun- - tropical homo in a i;rnvi'i condition aud A Ktthet'e NAmen The baby says, HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL Direct and cios lonnectloosJlnttslby theO, UNIOU A M. DEi'Olb with diverging Penny A McAllstsr o.u always bo rellod upon e Whether thef on North MjuntUn, Pa., an! became at i vtry heavy ex troulcjoiue transRailway, thus avoiding ninu country boy, dsdj tho yoniiR Rirl, not only to oarry In stock the bsst of ovory thing ( the propria will mest lh expcl'iu fers by other routes. r; lost. For five days ho wandered around the jouni; but tosecurotbo Agency for such articles as hno ADEi.irvi:. Tho Ohio A Mlwlsslppi lUIUay is tha only line jiijs; tho oolleije swell, ihf wa of prutll remains to bt for p merit, and aro popular with the peoand on tho rixth day killed his do botwruu Louisville, ClnUurutl nnd dt, Iauis old m.r; the miihr, msh parr; rfiif.h. thi under one management, running' all Its ple, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of being alThis Quo Bull will stand the season now comfood. He lived on dog moat for three days sevpr.tl the mashetoi's, ptw; the jolly pchool-boy- , trains through eolld and In consvqueneo Josh Hilling teuMrks: "Aflor menced at my stable on tbe Lancaster Fike, ono ways cntorprlslng and over rellaolo. lUvlng is rtcogulzeJ 1 he was found by two other hunters , the Houte bo- - t Then House, n veurn ut ritUction. 1 hue aims to tb pip; thp j Ilr aiVrijl cirl, poppj; the jounp theAgtiuey fur the celebrated Dr. King's half mllo from btnnijrd Courtbreeding tho iow untvveen those Cities. v ol BOfisou, wl'h tho privilege hands and feet wero ho badly fn z n His Apply to ticket counvctlug konklusion that the thwo tnoxl diftl'Jtit German, pili doi; the littlo Afiicrtn, fodder; Now DliioTfry for Consumption, will sell It ou a til ttiecow proves lu call. Money duo wheu cow full particulars as Agents of time, msps, lines or to rates, tlreuMrs first served. that they had tuba amputated. or any dcslied liiformatlon, or write to au uriystil tha sensible biy or iirl, father and mcther, poult Uo guarantee. It will surnly cure any aud is Marquis of Adeline's sire, nerueri, nis sire r things lo life nre. 1 Ctrrm ROKT H. FOItlfAM. be every allsction ol the Throat, I.ungs aud Chest, Ajollo aud Daui Imported tiouthrru Beau-- t r Ag't O. Ait. K'y.fcotitraetyKy. Tho darkies who monopolize the business of lire eela up n steo,i lull without spll"g though pppa and mamma may often Tr.iv. Pass. loulldiiQoo, we Invite you to call mid toshon-ouy W. B.8UATTUC, Marquis of Adllene's dam, Adeline, hei sire JOHN F. BARN All D, ' of klllioK alligators on tho Gulf coast Ret an eel. '2. Aktln' as t atfa doR mod when alon with them to express tsn- - ml ge t a Trial Ilottlo Tree. (I) 1'rrs. aud Oiu'i Mnu'gr, tlcn. I'ats, Ag'ts i Tom -- dam Imported Lady Fish-p- r. Imported Uncle b'film' a der illjction. 15. Prsirle F.irm. How Is your blend? Use (irceu's S.rsnrnrllla vtutiufj.ti, w. For fiirthtrHrtlculars as to podlgroe seo H.- .iont 50 cents to $1 a akin. Not lew thnn Slil without Ke'tin' und. For sale by Mcltoberts A 8tag at 51. 500,000 are el lightered ctery year for their nespsiei; and the lest Is Imrdirylhau the Is a ery fine young Bull from a celebratA pfouiineul life insuranco mim In HartUsedreon Cough Ualsam fjr roughs and colds. edThis ot milkers Including tho cow Echo, tho allifustV family leather, and il is not impitaible that that his experience and Pi Ico 50c. For sale by McltobcrtV'Staeg. ford, Conn., eay? Tito HfviOM;' at (nu u greitttst oflitrdiy; her owner having rutused (25,-Ugator farms may bo atarled in Hie Botilh Issued bej.it. nml Muuli, for her. A newl7.lMcovercd .letioi lliwer is tbe reuorda of life insurance have shown ilolsieln-Frelsla- n cattle have taken the Tho rurh year. ktB 313 It;rF, Green's E.ectrlc Oil cures nil afcte x ad pains, of some day for the lutiflcinl lead ss tho best fur thu Umlly, aud a cross with (initea wonder. If remris rire it.true. It in him thtt youni; uim of 520 years who S.'jXllJj U.aaM,lUiuxr For aale by Mcltoberts A Stsgg atW tbe tihorthuru prodacis a ery Hue animal. I i the reptile. llluatrMtldivo a 3, BOO !P1 entiroly from all hinds of intoitcat-ingdriuk- s oiid to hs white In thu uiorhni, red at begotten by this all Oroui'rOolJen Balm, sure cure for CiUrrlt nt will buy govd tho malt calves at weaning time. Ttlsolo tin. Oalterr. jilcis dslvered bull at have a feood prospect of living 60c, at JlelloUrts Btagg's. A train on the Cbicaco, UurlinRlon nnd noon and bltio At night ul is (jrlher credtilVi:S AVbuIosalo VlUr W.Il.SIILItKU, new engineer ited with emittioy perfume silly in the tobe 01 yetMof f; whllo the tuilerato (Juincy railroad in oharmi of a iMutjrd, Ky. direct to consumer! on oil oimIh fur 1 pcrsonnl or faintly ntt, Ttlta Ituvr to to n place near middle of tho dity. L' growa oj h tree in drinker it 20 ye'it of ace, oao only expect and a new conductor, catno oft-ronkr, anil rIvcm cxc III, where several email tracks the Uhmus of TtKt s'.'eo. I to liva to bo 35 yea's old. Fulton, thtisK yim uv, ent, tlrtrilc, ,mr,.fir p arjPFMAN, !' uiaa "When Baby was fUk, wo javo her Castorlo. have fssii wills. The? lVi ALUAUI.p i branched off from tl.o main line. They IIOOICB rontnlu infurulimi frltaued Cultivation has so dieted tho tomato When alio xrw a ClilUl, she A Florida hotel prJl. anniuuses that IS 1 IS 3V I cried for Castorla, from tlio inurKctw of Ut ivorld. Wa wanttdtoKO to Fullou and did not know Irom Plio Xor'.h tnnt the eeeds ar& fut diiappearirjnnd bid he ry of it hai ".i will mull n copy VIW h to issiy When sho beaamo MUi, she clung to CastorU, STAMFORD, KY, tvhicli trick to takrt, bo they hunted tip a tho huUl fair to pies out of exislnnoe entirely, as in i at whirl tipon rvee Ipt of l.t cu. to bh waltere." Tho p! Wheu she hail Chlldrou, eho garo them Castorla. (iIH'iine of sitnlltiif;. Lot ua Iuur frusu ' OtHco South side Main Htreot, two doors b farmer and inpiircd. name, it tl i s )oai'iths)t.rsi ttii" snsM(inii: if llnjhvHni, iKtvJfm the propt-pallet- s Itc iH?tt nil iy, the Myers Hotil; joss. 9 'nw-is'- l of K..'n Mtrout uxiac uai roiainiucici. warn "f tlie phnU d'psidont on cutting". MorHr nud pttnt may In removed from niuj W W.A MONTGOMER'. . ' " " V ' " P. i wii dyw 'aw will hot. eht,rp yi e;tr ' l'EUANNUai.CAHII. Monday The socials at Jonn Good' night, Richard1 llibb'rf Tuesday night, K JL, Tannet'a Wednesday night and tbe reception at Cicero Reynold1 Thursday night were largely attended Hnd quite enjoya- blo i wa have not been heird from thro' your columns for rouiu I line, will attempt afewilemi. The Cnristnus treo at tho Baptist church on the ere of tho 21th waa a auccw. Tho treo vr.ia a thing of beauty, heavily laden with valuable aud useful presents, Model Winter weather, this. DiputT Marshal RUey and Mr. W. A. Parsley are U Louisville. Judge J. M. Uuthank, of tha Land Frankfort was in thU city Saturday. Judge Ilji-r- t Biyd closed a special term of court litre Thnrmlay and left for Washington. Elder J. IIILlvineston filled his regu lar monthly atntdntment at tha Christian church Hunday Aorning and night. London ''strw bidders" are enjoying a season of ret frkm their Inbors, the time for mail propojaUio go in having expired Of-Ge- e, Alleu . in Casey 1,000 rrct, For Sale ata Bargain. 187-It- HXMilINJaitY. tr NKWCiWMJS JStoTTEJ ew-W- 102-2t- n 83-6- m J. , I K. TKIBBX.;, E. FOX, to Order DaiiYillcj Frames - - My. DFOK SAJMG Grand oni3)Iu(ioii com-mind- er )Veekly to-da- HOTEL! McKINNEY, KY. reo-lv- o ts al bi PIANOS ! clo-brat- ed DIUECTOU8: ctt OFFICEU81 post-offic- e. d; FIVE COMMANDS! Lliala-JIuff-- e mummu , O. & M. theo s dah-drtl- B iu w.-- nn. uy-oo- wnll-know- 3LUtnm8 or M is .... jetle f i prop-tMtio- , ah-sla- in 4 C-- 180-1- i: y elLHCEOW T lrc dt-fnt- f in"y "ii tw ' i (J A .' tl ' i!l y m t - in mmMw ui mri Mmmm I Onb of the bost men mentionoJ for the governorship, Dr, E. D. StandiforJ, of Louisville, saya that he is no eonso n candidate for that office, but Intenda to enter tho race Ky lary 4, 1887 for Senator to succeed Mr. Beck and run to Stanford. the fioish. This is a quantity, and a largo one, thnt has not been heretofore consider W. P. WALTON. cd in tho Senatorial problem and mixes up calculations na to the result considerably. Senator Beck, it Boeioe, wll hive to hump Juoos Kincaid, whwa Washington letters to the Loniavill 'limca are always in- himself if ho would take ou eix moro year teresting, hai rocevly firoinhcd noma in- of official life. formation obttiord from an old friond of Gov. KNOTr hai pudonoJ Jamsa F.irris, I'rcBldeai Lincoln, Judge NoIpod, of 2jr. who was sent to tho penitentiary from ack, N. Y , which in in the nature of news Bourban county for ten years for killing a to a large majority of people, nnd ban cro negro, when, if tho facia are as wo hoard ated' quite a eensation. The old centleman them at tho time, ho should hayo sufiored tells the Judge that tho stories that msko the death penalty. Farri engaged in a nrp at va- wrestle with tho nero, if we remember tjie uiartjr president a demi-goriation from the real fact. Mr. Linooln right, and because ho threw him he got with kindlyimpuUep, mad and killed him. The pardon is, how- waa o, child of ecmo streaks of genius nnd much cunning, over, in the line of tho impression made by but in region he held about the same judgo and juries that it is no legal wrong to &a Iiiui)U, and there is no account kill a neero that he ever manned. In his younger days NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. he wrote bouk to prove the fallacy of tho plan of salvation and divinity of Christ. The public debt was reduced $3,000- ,The etory of his being a lunatic for n time 000 during December. is true, and ho went crazy because he could In the Northwest the mercury haa regnot marry n sister of Judge Edwards, of istered during the present cold snap from Logan county, Ky. lie waa confined for 25 to 45 below zero. some time In a log hut in Illinois, which Judge Gresham is credited with saying was nailed up to prevent his escape and in a letter that Blaine will be the republiwas fed through the cracks between tho can nominee in 18SS and will bo elected. logs, when some Kentuckians, who had Several hundred people are reported discovered his cHWon, took him bick to to have been burned or crushed during the Kii ' T7, " o lb months he waa con- fire in the Fair building at Madras, India. fined in an asylum. Afterwatda he marCol, W. H. Bolton, ried a Mis Todd, and the marriage waa a of second clasa mail matter in Chicago, has most unhappy one. She waa a regular been found guilty of stealing $12,000 from shrew and led him through a most unhsp the government. py life, fussing and quarrelling at him all George W. Hill, who killed a married the timo and taunting him for hit plebian man, one J. D. Fotter, for persisting in origin for which she had such contempt. sending notea to his daughter, waa acquitStanton, his secretary of war, gave him a ted at Norfolk, Va. gfent deal of trouble, and on one occasion The Anarchists of Chicago who belong Lincoln said that ho had treated him mean- to the Knights of Labor resent very bitterer then any man living. Some one told ly Mr. Powderly's just denunciatiou of the him ice da that Stanton had call him an red flag and ita followers. old fool, but Mr. Lincoln dismissed the Robbers went into a store at. Cincinnasubject by saying in a melancholy manner, ti and took $550 from the proprietor, an "Well, I don't know but what Btanton is Italian, and got off with their booty. Cinright." The whole story is a very sad one cinnati is the Parris of America, and will chahge many erroneous ideas of Lsander J. Bussard, of Wabash, Ind., the life of ore cf the grandest men the ennn who had been a cripple from a boy, fell on try has ever produced, though many of us the ice and getting up discovered his legs failed to regard him in that light 20 years were again in the right condition. ago, nor even until hiB great services to his Midway has adopted the high license country had been eo fully shown. system. The privilege of Celling liquors City manners are not much improve has been raised to $500 and in consequence two of the four saloons have closed. merit on our rural Vtayn, if tho following The committee on programme has fixfrom tho Louisville limes is to be taken as July 7. S and 9 aa the time of the next evidenco. Says that paper: Lilt night a ed meeting of the Kentucky Slate Teachers Louisville councilman called the august Louisville as tho place. president of the lower board ''a liar" and Association and Isaac Bickel, an aged farmer, at Ana-mosanother councilman branded a statement of Iowa, attempted to chastise his ninean alderman as "a dirty, infamous lie." teen year old eon, when the latter struck dead-locand othThere "m fiV Gfht, a him a single but fatal blow with a heavy t- - ol the tender grace of ! er ji stick. tho good old days that were erroneously Gen. W. W. Loring, formerly of the '' 'cvur. The dieted United Statefl army, afterward of the Coni sup, liar waa Dr. Cnry Blackburn, eon of our late federate army and still later of the Egyporcor, and ho mentrd the tian army, died at the St. Dania Hotel, in frieid, t indignity by mashing his accuser in tho New York. mouth. James Kenmore, an orphan, 11 yeais of age, hanged himself in a barn near Peo-ton- e, JPos prints a sensational TiiKLouUvillo III, He had attended a Christmas telegram from Cincinnati to the effect that Henr WottwnD, who wbb in that city, gathering of children, where all received had formed an nllianco with Murat Ual-atea- d presents except him. The court houee nt Campton in Wolfe and Jchn R McLean to slaughter county was destroyed by fire, Losa $12,-00Cleveland and unite on Blaine as his sucbesides most of the county records. cessor. We doubt the story, in fact we though Mr. Watteraon'a The Qre was the work of incendiaries, who know it u untrue, recent criticisms cf Cleveland and lauda- wished to destroy indictments against them. Eight of the princip-- 1 companies o' tions of Blaine may givo color to the otory. the country interested in building iron However, whether true or not, Mr. Wntter-so- n campaign arumuni bridge?, and representing about $100,000,-00- 0 i rnaunfaaturing of capital, have formed a union for the - the enemy daily, which may ba tiou foagainst us in 1833. promotion of their common welfare in matuied with telling effect ters of especial importance to themselves During the yeirjuat closing 8,010 miles M. Krrr, of the Jossamino Journal, J who wae preparing to make extensive im- of new main line railway track have been provements in his paper with the new year, laid in the United State", Kansas leading, with 1,520 miles, the greater part of which lost everything in the destructive conflacra lion at Nioholasville Thursday night. For- was laid in tho lest six months. The cost tunately ho had stiiiicieut insurance to en- of rondivn alone, for all tho States, ia estiable him to partly replace his plant, and mated at $1G0,000,003. An officer, searching for a body in the we hops to receive the pleasant weekly vismedical colleges of Atlanta, discovered the its of hia paper again before many dayB. bodies of twelve persons, ten of whom he Tim ben thing that tho New Year had known in life, one of them, a lady, brought to us was the OweoBboro Daily havins had a costly funeral within a month, seven-coluMaucngcr, a beautifully-printewhile seyeral of them were persona who and full of readable matter as had been generally known in the city. paper, an crk' rtf o'at. It ia a big undertaking A dispatch from Berlin nays: The reto run a dailv newspaper, but its editor?, moval of the enow which fell in the late Mesare. 0. W. Bradford and Urey Wood-Bo- n, storm haa revealed an appalling loss of have counted the coata and are equal life. Many travelers were overtaken by to the tusk. the Btorm. Fiity bodies have been found young friend, Mor in Sixony, 30 in Thuringia, and 40 in Wb congratulate our southern Germany. It is estimated that gan T. Crttft, of London, on the arrival of a son, whom he has named tbo total losa of life will be nearly 200. hia first horn, George Sbepard, of Iowa, has lot nanieeake shonldi Joe Wsllio If our wivea by the "accidental discharge" grow np to be as good a man as his excel- three The authorities didn't of of hia revolver. lent fathn, wo hdu feel even prouder honor that has take any action in the first two case. knowhim than we now do of tho ing that George was rather careless, but been conferred on us, na highly an wo when the third wife was peppered out of it. existence tha other day the huHband was Tun priwidoat can not be a very flick arrested and held for murder, Milwaukee He xilan, unices the ordeal made him bo. Sentinel. hour at his New Sear's reCluverius, under sentence of death for stood up three end BhooK hands with every one of the murder of Fannie Lillian Madison, in ception ls the.Yftsl'throrg who cami to pay their Richmond, Va., had sent out circulars to of him and members of the General Assembly, begging Bud get a glimpia them to sign a petition asking the governor Frankle. to grant him a reprieyo until they meet. BAnBonn, police judge of JamesP. and an old newspaper man, died very His hope ia that the Legislature will ask suddenly Friday, aged 70. He was as fine the governor to commute hia sentence to an old pentleman aa over lived and a man imprisonment for life. Eli Crow died in'Jessamino county in of excellent ability. the 03th year of hie age. His death was In Louiav'lle during 1880, licenses wer caused by pneumonia, the result of expos grantod to 1,832 couple to mury and di ure to a ratn-ftorwhilo hauling corn n vorre wer decreed to 143 couplea. This fow weeks aRO. Ten of hia twelya children latter record : neiir'.j m bid m Chlcigo's. survive him, aa do scores of grandchildren, and a fow Col. L. D. Baldwin, deputy collector dozans of Mrs. Crow U fell from tho second of Internal Rsvenue. aged 85 yeard. ntory of n burning bnildiuK, on the night still living, hoar thousand pwv ) have i ,.. h. . H " - NioholHsvllle and wsb pf Smi-Mcchl- n $nt Ar$ouriraI d bo-li- stain from the U's of intoxicating liquors, drinkiug. Only ono man, and he waa not undor tho ministrations of Francis Mur- a citizen, was drunk in town doting the phy einco ho cacie nmong us, two weeks reek and he hadn't tho strength io rsUo u Our ago. Thia is a glorioit- - record for a man disturbance if he had' wantwtto. whoso labors are devoted to tho good of tho neighboring village, Wlldio, sJma to ha people, and who does nv iseek to shape po- galalng ita former reputation j't being a litical conditions before productng inoril louich place Bab Prenilt, witu whom the x have had some dealinfij heretofore, result. Cincinnati Commercial. relumed to that phew some tiin! sitioe nud Tho Blollstics of ftilurai for the 1SS0 show a slight falling oil compared out up iu his old business of liiuor sollisg. with 1885. Tho number in tho United Several fijihta.are riaid to hnvojaljvu place States ia 9,834, against 10,037 in 1S85, a de- there during the holidays irifwjnioh Boh . Blackcrease of 803. The liabilitiw are $114,000, and his wif figured ooii'piruoyl-000 against $121,000,000 in 1935. Failures ened eyes nnd bruised heads ne at a disseem recently to have been tinusnally nu- count thero merous, and tho figures for tho laBt quarter DANVILLE. BOYLE CI UNI t of 18S0 show 2,740, against 2,100 in the Wm, M. Fields, Jr , ha Bold out his last quartor of 18S5 Tho liabilities were dry goods establishment p Robsrteon v and $25,000,000. respectively $37,000,000 NicholasTilln enfhred the worst firo Riunaird his next door neuhbors. Mr. W. L Caldwell ays hia thermomThursday night In her history. It originated in the Journal ofSco and that and a eter stood at 2 nbavB zaropunday morning dozen other buildinga were burned, nearly end at zsro thia (.Monday morning. all substantial businesa houees. The An entertainment glyvn by Mra. W. 1C. Sparks' Opera IIoii'c, C. M. Arjjo tin Friday oveulni pronounced by Hotel, BauldenV. hardware establishment, Mrs pprsons preeent to havr been an elegant Crutcher'a millinery, Smithwick'a bakery, aflalr. Mr. Robert Hardin went to Frankfort tho warerooms of H. 11, Crow, and the resi dence of Dr. Fish aro some of the build- this morning to attend io the intcreatn of ings burned. Losa $75,000. Tho Lexing- the county in tho null ft Mr. May va, the ton fire company arrived in tim3 to pre- county for infringement on a patent jail vent the entire tow a from being destroyed. lock. The Democratic County Coniuiitteo Pulaski seems to have had an average Christmas, Wyatt Norfleot ehot fatally a met Saturday eveniiir. and called a primary young man named Wood. Alex Stroud election for tho 2d Saturday in April to and one Logan had a row at Eabanks And nominate a candidate for the Legislature. Speed Adams, in attempting to part them, Tho vote ia to be Mr, D, N. Young,1 proprietor of the got a fatal bullet for his trouble. At BurnBide Lee Nelson, aged 23, gave one of Commercial Hotel at Junction City, has in Ben Chestnul'a little boya a terrible best- a cage at his houei a fine specimen of a ing. Mr. Chestnut's oldest eon took the young wild eat captured in tho kpoba. It boy's part. He armed himself with a club ia about three times as largo aa tho larger! and started in search of Nelson. He soon of house cats. found him and without a word of warning The Board of County Supervisors met pounced on Nelson, beating him until he this morning, but a full board not being was senseless. Nelson's skull was crushod preeent adjourned until Tuesday. Tho in. One eye waa knocked out, and he was board comiata of Messrs. W. L. Caldwell, mashed and bruised almost into a pulp. R. D. LoganW. W. Webb, Chas. McDow-el- l ku-klu- 'Mm -- 3 WmmMW Dcnlor in yr GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, Va-rand- ah The following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: vyra-yoc- k 0, d and G. W. Welch, Sr., the last named being absent. During tho fire at Downton'e stable on Mr. M. G. Fish and Miss Sudie Hialt Sunday morning two horsje wanderod off. were married on the 30th ult; one belonging to D. 8. Hinman, a bay geld Rev. E. Snodgresa hai been holding ing, 4 years old in tho spring, 15 hands meeting here for the last week. high, with two white feet. The other beR. G. Williams returns to echool at longing to B G. Fox, old b Lexington this week accompanied by Angelding, 14:3; no white spots. drew J. Fish. Mr. D. A. Twaddle, of Junction City, Our marshal is makicg it hot for those haa instructed hia attorneys, a leading firm having a habit of jumpi.bg on and off movin Central Kentucky, to bring suit against ing trains at the depot. this place the Louisville IXnt and other newspapers, Five young mn went fr?m which he alleges have published false and to Louisville to take the place of striking defamatory articles connecting him with brakemen. Three have returned- tho death of W. R Clarkson, late of JuncRev. J. H. Limerick andyuVe, of Grant tion City. county, after spending soma weeks with -- Tho livery stablo occupiod by W m. S friends and relatiyea in this and Laurel Dowhton and owned by M. C. Thurmond county, left for home Saturday. burned down between 12 and 1 o'clock SunA gsntloman here last week from Mad- day morning Lw " D wnio, . ! ison ia the poseeasor of six fortunes. HowMA.UK 11A11UIN, f Mnnttoollo, Clorlc. $400; to Thurmond about $300, each havever moat of them are small. Mr. G. L. ing a small insurance, ..The horses and Fortune is the gentle man's name. buggies and ether per. cla! prupul, u., -- ., Judgo Colyer haa moved to the Ores, saved. When first discovered the tire seemham property In this place V. P. Free-ma- n ed to be io the rocf of tho stable It i haa moved into the lower rooms of J . not known how the fire originated E. Vowels' homo. F. M. Curtis moves to Rev. Isaac Slaughter, colored Maretburg, Reed S. Nichols, county clerk, wentto rou Judge Lair ia down with pneumonia. isvilloon Sunday to appear as witnewe in Misa Mary Andrews haa typhoid fever at the caso of tho Commonwealth va. Leo Misa Clara Whiteheads. (J. C. Covle went DKILXIS IM Peppers, charged with bigamy by the grand to Louisville yesterday to the hospital there jury of Jtfftrpon oou. .y. Lee is a colored unifls, Rooks, Stationery anil He haa paralysis. 5) persoa wno marruu nere, got in itu on t. . U...WJ ariininc f . A couple living in thia place have had SV? atch. JP'"WV7CV chrrje of forgery, btoamo very pious, Intho timo set for their wedding to tako place rv, I duced an old gentleman named Jts. Crow PbTtlriMn' twrlptloi'ii unitcl, eotafoamlnl Probably the aa many aa fivo timea. ary V to go on bis bond; skipped his bond, went ji eeventh timo will consumate their much to Iouievills and married another woman bS5s, fr put of! matrimonial intentions. The prosecution expeot to prove by Mr. The changes in the court room ordered Niohols that he issued h marriage licat. Ti Ursert Stook of Watohw, CHocka, by Judge Morrow, are nbout completed. from hU oflioe and by R?. Slaught Jewulry zi 8ilvorware The citizens generally think the changes tho ceremony was performed by him were neceseary and are Batiafied inasmuch Ktw bMtflit tothUn)ikt Trlftx Iowr than Mr. John Crnm oil Saturday crawled I ho Uwt. WU h Clockn unit Jrwrlrr U- as the cxpeneo waa small, probablv not psirMi on hotcjw uij Wuriutof. into a narrow ohute connected with a coru more than $75. crib some dintancts from hia house in ordir Mrs. Lair, the crfczz woman, who has t atir out a rat that had run in .to incape been in jail here for the hist two months, from a en I. The chute waa birelv large waa taken to Lexington last week. She enotyh to admit hia body, and just h !. waa taken there some time since, but wbb cr&wlbj io tho Iran door, to which wh al- refused admission on accauut of tho crowd, ftaclied't soring lock, fell, and ho waa in a ed Btato of the asylum fair way o frtiza to death or otherwise die DKA1.CH IN Have heard of no businens change in hia narrow prison. Ho called for holp here at the beginning of the new year exuntil his voita failed him, but could make cept in the clerks. Mr. 0?a Myers at S. no one hear hhn. He then bcijan kicking W. Parris' in the place of T. N. Roberts, at the door nnd hi about two hours managand G. W.Baker with F. L Thompson in ed to break tho hhjgea and then crawled the place of A. J. Fish who leavea fflr out very much exhausted. It waa an unschool. comfortably close cat and no mistake Your former correspondent at this MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Citron, Layer and Seedless Raisins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, andCanned Goods in Great Variety In addition to the above he has all the NECESSARIES OF LIFE, All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. Lnto Fomyft 9TAlfetw PHIRmACISTS, ,. CCSv .J tf.Vtt -- u.u. jewelers. t tt WBEkaS xrfm J&lJm ... yvttoa fim ."' . jrnf siK be Aw i)citffllf! SKasdwape9 Farming Imple Hi ments, rp-pifc- place, Mr. T. N. Roberts, left for Barbour ville, last Thursday, where he and Mr. A. M. Decker have opened a general store. Mr. Roberts is a true, upright aod honorable gentleman, and our people are truly sorry to give him up, and wish him success inhiabusinesd undertakes wherever he may be. Dr. T. L. Daniels and 'wife went to Stanford Sunday and returned next day, 'j Master Willette Vowels is at his at fltWin.ine. Mies Annie 1 1 i tr gina returned to Madison county Sunday.! Rer, J. J. Haley, of Versailles, for many years a missionary to Australia, spent Christmas here with his mother and friends. D. C Poynter went to Louisyille yesterday. grand-mnihpr- LAND. STOCK IND CROP Wanted To buy afick fodder and ptraw. G. A Hwinebroad, Stanford, Ken- Groceries. Salt, Idme, Cement, Elevators, 3?umps, Oidei Millet, &c. tucky. Fort Sale 12 hed of hi(h grade fat cows. Apply to R. II, Brongh, Crab Orchard. Ky. 4t Fifty tons of bay ready bsled, pd 27 Berkshire shoals, about half of then nice gilt, for sale. John Bright. Sanford Lyelenold on Thursday a lW year-oljack to Marcus Caisel for $70V Lexington Gazotte. N He wae well bred. B B, Campbell bought 32 head of 2 v cattle from Til ford Cuirens and 3 year-ol- d Harrodsburg Democrat, at $32 per head. Cas. Prewitt and Waller Chenaull bought 60 catlle, averaging 975 pounds, of Mr, Besauden, of Clark, for which they Sterling Sentinel. paid $3 75 por cwt.-- Mt, Yestorday wia tho moat alimly attoud-e- d court we have seen in many a day und naturally bo with tho mercury hovering around zero. Capt. Bush reports a few catlle on tho market with no sales publicly Soma plug horse bought $10 to $53. A fow aged mulex offered but no domand. T. J Foster eold to Abner Chenault. of Fort Scott, Kansas, 225 acres of his farm on theMIlledgevillo idkc for $73 per acrv including the house. Mr. Chemtilt will moye back to Lluoolu, we aro glad In x&) H avlm ooly wort Wwt touinlieenonuh d Wall Paper, Furniture, x res-pee- , Leb-ano- n Saturday evening criea of fire were heard from the jail. A big crowd soon and found the old coop In a fair way logo trw ashes. It eeems that the pipe leadinojTp to some tiling had in some way slirfial down a few inches and one of the beo'JnaJ caught on fire and a considerable blaze was under headwav when discovered. About thirty minutes work with axes nnd a supply of water brought in buckets put out the fire. Thia ia the third time within a year that firo hai brokan out in this building. Should It burn th court house would go also The new jail should be rushed up and this old pen torn down and removed. - Tr.'n hai been a remaiVbly qnlo't Oases, Caskets, Robes, if , i Full ahd Complete Stock of the above and prices B. as low as tho lowest. . WEL&RESXir, Stanford. l hl.irju'n , jftj UtfOi TtftBtccDttiae tr'cfl M P14UI wi u mo lrfjte Is The Rest 4l BRtfP u Tlnn'twtif a ah. V . 7..Tf.; ";"rr iui ' ,..... nffurnorru'iuct-i-uai- , i inn rinu Waterproof Coat .. . ..... MC.. 1 . M ifUAMJ ,.- ) ,r 'l t I 1 M ' .j- - 't J' . rr9t r Vynmnnitf, Snw-fiiledil03nteriiloat- Wt3 11T x v V-ii-a ' V F v. VAII r waiiii MwiM,jiianwm.miMniwim)wn Q AM ARO COUNTY OEPAH7MEN7. Wk aro told that Mm. iliohel Jonoe, fiELIOIOUS. nticd 00 odd, mother of Ilia lata Lerrlfl Lancaster. The American Tract Society has sent Jonofl, la ii relattvn of I'wldent Clevelond. Charles Y. Knndnll, ol IiOoCjd, whs its publications into 13,230.315 hotnea. UIh cxccllenejr Bliould come down to eee Stanford, Ky The only Unitarian ohurchea in tho in town Fridny. January 4, 1887 her for ten to ono bIi hai n remedy for A unw jtok for rale. Apply to'M. O. South aro in Charleston, Nuw Orleans and "rhoamfttfa" Umt nnrer fall. It Vandeveer, 3 mll9 from Stanford. Atlanta. B. O. WALTON, - BuBlnooB Mft:i5R0r. Mr. H. K. McUoburth little child haa Notiob. Thoro nre two thina wa would Thura are only twelve missionaries laL. & N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. like to luiprtj upon the mind- - of our boring among 8,000,000 of 8iamoe N. Y. been very ill, but is reporred belfer this morning. that we do nottako utarap for Examiner. Mall tinln suing North- 2 10 r. u. -- W. II Wherntt, Wm. A. I Halt and mid that our charge for obittiv In Deoatur, Ala, recently a Juan wa ... ...U IS r. w. Houth Exprtu train" t'oulh... ............ 1 II a.M riw is 5 centi liuc. We will hownyer arrested who put a counterfoil dollar in the E. W. Harris went to Frankfort Sunday, " Uorb they hud baen nmniined na jurors XhtkiTt li ealeuWlod en aUmiUnt tlmo. tlAlar itiwaye nnm au ordinary iiulieit oi a iieaui contribution box nnd tw.'c out gennino where the U. 8 Court nominal ohnrge ia for the coini- - in ohaugH. free. Tkt aboro tl a.-- U About i MlnatM ImiJ Mr. W. K. Shugara f.iu bought out tho IHirpoMt of shutting off Mrlbbler, who aro Few aro uwnre of tho amazing growth LOCAL NOTICES. to ready to Qre cfl ooluniai at the atnnllrat of R'jrrati Oitholiolsm in India tho pust ntock of confectinnerits, eic. bolongin Ut your School Itook from i'unny A proyeoation. few years. The numhsr of ndhcrenta has Joseph Htielden, nnd will continue tho McAllMer. dnsiness at the old stand 1,030,-35- 5 At the expiration of c.ch quarter tho increaaed from 700,000 in 1817, to y Ark your crooer for tha Cincinnati Joseph Turner waived nn examining in 188G. po'tmaitr?r8 place a oard in the boxci on Co. 'a cracker and cake. txial Hatnrdny and his cape was oontinu-- d The earthquake in 8311th Carolina W ATt'tira and Jewelry nprUrrd on ohor which ia printed ''vacant." Capt. Richtuitil circuit court, which cenvenei on the notice and wnrrantod hy l'ouny & MoAlin ards telU us that ho offended ono of Win pa have had ono beneficial eilect, thnt is of trying 4th Monday in this month. r. tronn very muoh by this rule. The man making people join the church nnd Col John-IIVNTFIU, A ttentioM. Loaded Faulkner was in town Since the earthquake l wa not vaonl at all to be christian. all nii of nltot, nt l'oony & Mc told him tint the last week Miss Mamie Ppillman Is visit 1,000 persons lutve nnltoJ the Preebyterian but if he wanted to deolaro it so ha mi'lit Alinler'a church and many times that number with ing Miss Kate Wherrltt. Josh West went A ooHii.KTK rtrk of Jewelry, Utst have done it in a n.cer manner 'nrid in a home Saturday to remain several days tbe Methodists and Ihptist. Penatyle. Kockford watchen n apor.ialty. inoro prlvatp way, and that hereafter he Mr. Jaa. Baughrnan haa removed to the ny A McAliater. There is trouble In the Presbyterian could keep his old box, John L. Arnold property near town, havEleven of tho church at Winchester. PERSONAL. The President of the Ilustonville Na twelve elders sent a personal rtqueil to ing rented It for this year. Mr. Arnold Miss Ludik Dvsant, of St. Joe, Mo tional flink, Dr. EJ. Alcorn, wan down Bev. VanLear to resign, whereupon a cir- will remove in n few days to East Bern-stad- t. yesterday in fine humor over the excellent cular signed "Sister Phoebe" was printed ii tIbUIdk relative in thin county. The Oirsley R flea met at their armory and secretly distributed scoring tho elders Miss Johie Millkk, of Vincennef, statement hia bank make for tho last Its gross earnings were $3,870,-8- 1 and making things hot generally. It is the Thursday and were inspected by Lts DunInd., ha been with Mm. t?. P. Stapi?. and after paying h 3 per cent, dividend, meatiest thing we hare psrused for some can nnd Brown, Captain Kinnaird being Miss Ida I'hewrttr and Kid. Jno. unable to bt present. Target practice was time. 1111 ChUton went to Harrodeburg jmlrday. all current expense and taxes, besides reducing premiums, $.r00 is carried to pur-plKev. A. 8. Moff)tt and family desire to also indulged in, each member biing allow Mn.W. T. Ciuwfoiw, a young and over that amount to undivided giveexpresionof their appreciation of the ed three round of cartridges. from Hrodhead, ha been rbiting prwQtf. Pretty od on $&0,0O0 capuul. tokbiis ol kind temeoibrauuu received durfrlcuu.i tint, While going to a party given by Mr. ing the holidays from the people of his Iko Dunn last Thursday night the buggy John A. Howku, the ppriehtly young Tun Rraui.T. At tho Christmaa tree in editor of the )Vtl Knd Aero, wan tip to use the Ihptist church at McKinney a lot of charge. A handsome toilet set from the containing Miss Kate Landram and Geo. LadieV Society; a bountiful supply for the Bradley was upset, throwing Miss Kate out Ds Saturday. hoodlums, men and women, behaved in a ; hat and mulUrr for the pastor; and fracturing her nrm The accident was MiFH Maiiy Kav, who ha a school at most disgraceful manner They were arPoint Leavel, Qarrard county, was here on rested and last Friday were tried before the little ones m&de happy and nil hearts caused by one of the buggy shafts breaking and and causing the horse to run. cheered by these tokens of good-wil- l a vliit to friendi. Judge Carsjn, with the following result: Own thanki are due and hereby extend' MIm Mattie Huflnian and another delecta- eiteem. It's only when he's asleep that tbe eJ to Memlamee Qeorge P. Bright and 0, ble female.who "porta the euphonlouo appelLancaster small boy is not concocting tome' A. Swinobroad for a liberal aample of the lation of ''Dade" Frederick were each fined devilish icheme to annoy people. His lateupper at the new church. est freak is to secure n vial of essence rf for disorderly conduct in allowing the $5 cinnamon with n smelling capacity of 40 Mh W II Thomimo.v, of Ent Hern-ttadto he hugg d and in otherwieo mishorse-powe- r end pour it on the purple nnd m in to aro tin a few daya ago. Ife behaving. Josh Hrown wat fined S25, Jas. i a thriving young merchant, fine linen of some unsuspecting individual, coal miner A 'ford S10 and Shannon McKinney $5 for Tiura who never gels rid of the perfume until he and livery Hlable proprietor. doing the hugging and in various ways disPersons who have burns bis garments. Tub Atlanta, Oa., papers apeak yerp turbing the congregation. Alford waa givFoiton, Tenn., Dm. 28, 188(5 Deab had unexpected meetings with the festive highly of Mr. H E. Owsley, formerly of en in addit'on a Gno of $25 and 10 days' I.nteiuoh. 1 write this in "Sister RiaaV skunk, in which the skunk came out thii oounly, m a hotel keeper. He ii pro- imprisonment for carrying concealed victor, r. plewsnt sitting-room- , lonklnr nut to right ' prietor f iSoG!ocnd Kentuckiana wl 'F w'.''! rr xeut to jail and left, up and down the great river, and have nlso been victims of the emnll , boy and bis cinnamon drops, say of the two hare bualneaa in that suction would da except McKinney, who paid his fine, Judge whose turbid waters floated as here in good well to make a note of it. Canon ofctsd to suspend the women' fine shape last Wednesday afternoon about 2 they prefer the former. ii M. D. HuoiiEfl wai orer to if they would promise to pay them, hut A Kussinn engineer claims to have diso'clock. see ua Friday. II lonjilrw to Ret baci they preferred to go to ail and lay it out. We didn't know how intimate were tbe covered n procrs of reducing petroleum to into the newspiptr buaineM, but if hr They are a hud party and it is a pity tho b rasily hastily formed tie of travelers' acquaint- the form of crystals, which know whrn he ii well of! he had better punishment Is not greater. anceship on the old Granite State, until we and safely transported to any dinmncu and stay cat. It ts a life of drudgery with lit to our friends then converted into liquid form IN the county court ywterday Thomas were called to say "ywl-bye- " tie remuneration ai a general thing. who wero going further. Our departure Mil. W. M. Hoolk will not hare th D. Newland qualified as sheriff, with Dr. ..IS-AnVEDTISKMCSTH. O. W. Hronangh, George Me UNter, John called out the entire passenger list upon ajrtncy nt Jellico. The office is a joint on the upper dtcV, after we had shaken hands, and thu E. T. V, A Q. claimed the appnlnft-men- t It. Bailey, J.N. Menefee and John Illain sa smoii'm, below: and handkerchiefs waved under their contract with the L A N. snretles. The will of Iltnsom Ctron was NOTICE TO CREDITORS ! Mr, Hoele will ba giTen rotne other coo admitted to probate. In the afternoon the parting salutee till a turn of tbe bluff hid Se hoi' iw. h c'i:. t ul-p'ac, ra h company valued hia eernccr foiiofting uuuiritt Oar dear friends bad been awaiting our receive the delinquent tax list and fix the Pcnons hiring claims ngalott Benedict epa!J-tn- j; Tery highly. aro rnqaeued to prejpnt them rror-erljJ county levT:E,n C!j1-'- l Jr 0orpn P coming from the previous Saturday night, to um iuiuieJUtoly. auca :. b.jatirjjit travel on the mighty LOCAL matt Ens. II. O. WELCH, Brijjht, J P Lind.C. Hrown, M. S. IU-ti168-4- 1 Trustee Ben SpaMlctf. Jno Ellis, Jno. Bsiley. Hnih Hesrpent, Ij, Mississippi a fair sample of its expecla-tun- s Five cibbape 8 8. Myers. How many nnd disappointments. K. Wells, E.H. AiiHtin, Jno Anderson The ! sleepless hours there were in those four dog-ki- n Found A rIovi order of Judge Morrow to remodel the in" Call at tliln office. was Ukou up, when nUht of waiting our friends would not circuit court-rooThere came to tar farm near lluitonvlllp & runn Judge Varnon read a letter from the juda, firm us tor wllh on horn ilioopotl, about the 15th of "a now uttlinr time and I ark allof wa-j- , to ar- ucuxxir, tan. iiieowupr can get blta dt calimg It Whnt ft joy, nd around, it which raid that there neo4 u no oontliot and proTlnc properly and paving lor fwdlnir, Ac. thoso indebted to me to call and settle with rive at last, this blunt pencil and "scrib 11. jicKi.xxjsr, between the courtr thnt he wouid bo sttls McKinney, Ky. me at once. il.C. Hupley. bllng tablet" declinn to record. A first-dis- s (led withmoh iuiproveuienU aa the wixdom I'oIIowIb ia the appraisement Ufure the "stub," on the fairoit of lottor piper, pLrARK in mind that we will o of trte roubty court Hiitfhl u igest, ar.d that wero tsk I'ersonnllr appeared before me, ajintlce of the 1st cdihukbci mIHrr for ctih ex ha haddtArred hi his order much to (bo could not tell it 11117 bitter. We Peace, J. T. Uorerand B. O. OovFrand on In charge, big and biggnce, by willing that the iteor me .tlon-n- l above, haa beenmade oath examinv'uslvflT it bottom prior Otrsltr A ideas of soms members of the bir. Oa mohands and woloiuied by the same loving ed by tbtui and they fix lta raluaat 5'iS. ( wig. 3t. JOHN UAILKY.J. P. L. C tion of Squire Hrlsht the rogiilur ooinmit-tt- e voicca that bid 111 a tender "Godspeed" in wa instructed to on the Oomt-II.us- e r Auk;t W. A Tkiiiblk Hart rrclvei '79. ".Sistor IVm," in widow'n weeds, alat-a vestibule erecuj ia ihci room, with , m tho Union, of Philadelphia, a drafl have awaited our arrival nt her open cottage ! nolelM t'ooro, nnd on motion of Squire n?d, regardleaa of tmiJdy walks and thin f.r $2,500, the full aanMint of Mr. Wi! Searjeot mi order was wmle to havu tho slippers, Craic'a poliay in that oompany. ruhed out to greet the "troups," Having bought atcxocutlon pa'e by 'Sberilf of bir eni'.icel, provided i. don not cci. uvui with such overflowing w truth of weloomo Lincoln county, ivy , tnn ontlro itock :or goods, FkidwIaaI Mr,rhnl Newland arrestee' $50 The improvement ordorwi ar Ac .oifnnl by J. lirldcowater.i-- t Moreland. as oak-- such natures ns Iit nre ciptble of. eoru., wo do hereby appoint A. Krldgcwotcr our Ky wA ti"lc to the Mt. Vernon jtil, Illert thoe that J ads Morrow originally o The house in whioh we were so honpiU trua snd lawful agent to conduct tho itenoral buslnodi far ua on a strict casik basis, and wo Johnran charged with unmercifully beatirg 'UEested to Jihlkiu Varnoe and are nil that bly entertained "years ago, was consumed hereby notify ail parties tradlug ami dolDK busl a little child in Itockoautlo. Hem necearv. noas with laid Brldeewater that ha (Brldzr by firo a fow yearn elnco, but tho rew reai water) has no power whatrrer to iharpe u with MARRIAGES. donee wa built upon tb old plnu sub- aiiyuiicg boujutnn uoroau jjl.M 1 Alio.O, Uaiiiiy Kanev, of thu Lexington Holltr l'JO it. No. IS alnut SI., Cincinnati, -Mil h, 'e'.U 111 that he sold 33,000 pound of Itolxrt PajRett, h bac! 'or of 15, nnd stantially and we felt :it "horWat once, oyen in this respect. But any change STOCXUiOIiUEltN' MEETING ?Wir Friday nnd Saturday last, iuoH 0 Mrr. Nannie Kauten, 10, were married ye-i which ho sold to our merchants. terday near Kings Mountain. Mr. Padgett would not havo aflcted that feeling, with the mistreei of tho houae the Bam. Ob! TitK'dd year gve us n parting curro in wm in the finost humor imnetnahle when be how-- wish I could include tho "master" in A uieellngol the stockholders of tho Flrat Na tional Hank will be he d nt their backlog house wa very commua spell of rre'obcd weather and the now came for his license, and ot every turn, In Stanford on the 2d Tuesday In January, 1SS7, nicative nbout hia prospects. lis said he that sentence I miss him year was ushered in with Ilorean blasts and a I did John OffBley, in Chicago. And it for tho purpose ol electing eleven Dircctora to serve ensuing year. driving snow. The mercury dropped to i had never met the woman before last deepens our grief to know thnt be hod sti tho 184-tJOUN J. McttOBUKTS, Cashier. Ssturdny night and yesterday was down to Thursday, whon ho fell so hrels over-bo- nd thto anticipated visit nnd wkb bo proposed and was accepted, his hetrt on 29, clnl tntr tho ruiurow mid freezing ens in love that expecting bo much, spiritually, from it nil on tho eme day. and nocs. We have just received a copy of the whn, three short months before our nrriv STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING ' As AOMiNisniATOH of Mi's. Bichsel Kansas City Journal, with n notice of the at, the "insatiate archer smote him to Dr J. H, Oirsley sold 0 and Q. A. marriage of our talented nnd much loved death in a moment. O, Jeans, Masleil A meeting of the stockholders of tbe Farmers turn the destroyer of National Bauk will lo held at their bankln g boute Lsckey 0 share of slock in the Farmers' Mr. Q. A. C. Rochester, to come and smite in hopes, till he shall be a "dead death iu Stanford on th 2d Tuesday in January, 1SS7, National 11 mk, of Stanford nt miction ye Miss Julia Gwyn Smith. It waa a church our gallant gen lor the purpose ( electing nine Directors to servo cvermortl" A tender-heartebought 2 suaros at wedding and among tho ushers was K terday, J J. Williams ', tho cnaulng year. J. B. OW8LEY, Cashier. $119; Mian Anderson, 3 shares at $11050; Ilocker, Into of Stanford. The brido wore tleman, pnsaeJ away, when Albert Lea died II. N. Waie, 3 at $160 25 and John D. a becoming mahogany oalin ducheuu coe last September, I shall surely rn( et him ia the blessed prcsenco ol that loving Savlcr STOCKHOLDER MEETING Crpenter,3 at $15025. dime, the skirt finished wilh nurow quill we both confessed as ours, t It would bo amusing, if It were not Mich ing, full black drapery, front width of lonjus While uu iUIa grim BUbJot' let A meeting ol tho stockholders of tho National arcrions matter with the poor fellows who gitudinal oriental design, oabined with say that your issue of tn SMih wai a iur llrnk of llustonTlllowlll bo held at their hanking bpen led by designing men into los- elegant feather plush; the left side of the have prise to me, conyoriug the intelligence thet house in Hiiitoarlllo on tho 2d Tuuday In Jan. ing their placfti, to read in the Louiiville skirt was composed of bo: pleated panel of I own "sir feet of earth," in tho beautiful nary, 1837, for ths purpose of electing nine Direct dailies how the brakemen who struck nre satin duches ir, caught with ruby and steel comotery of Frankfort. I adhere to my ors to servo tho ensuing year, leaves and swinging 184. Id. J. tV.UOCKEU. Cashier. holding out firm nnd nre confident of gain- grny piasamenterlo may go to bills, which produced adsEdlng nnd beau- wish, long nince expressed, thnt I ing their points. Tho firmness nnd conplace, The corsage was of sitin duch-ess- dust in that moat appropriate burial fidence alleged is worthy of n bolter cuise tiful effect. han been iu chief-ea- t with feather plush relief, exquisitely for one whoso WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I than they havo and tho fact thnt tho L. & meaauro in his natlye State, and who TO lace trlarued; suodo biiq'ie cloveo, diaN, hn1" nil the men it wnntn nnd is running honor, such n it is, than to mond and bridal bouquot of roaibuda. asks no greater This Is to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottentuitner nil thu (reins it can, tthnws thnt their confi"resurrection of the just," in rest until-th- e no longer connected with the Lincoln Land the ceremony an elegant reception dence i endly out of proportion to tho After cemetety of her Capital. Co., that ho is not authorized to contract for tbe wan glyen nt the resldonce ot the groom's tho prospect. All the same "I look for thnt bleaeed hore Company, or recetro money for tbe same, or to parents, Colonel and Mrs. O, H, Koohestor, appearing of 'the great Ood Incur nny obligation in tho narao ot tho Company, of th-i- r stock in tho Thohk who disposed 1007 Trany avenue, to tho immediate nnd theblcfeod or in nny way to act for tha earns. ho (hall Bauk, of 8t. Joueph, Mo., friends nnd telatives. The opartmenta nnd our Savior Jeaus Christ, gixlon National a n v, were body and fashion it like led th.roto hy the pslng of n dividend milMnutd with fljral President Lincoln Land Co. decorations hung ohnngethiH vile presented by body, according to the Now York, Dec. 11, 1S86. 186. nnd tho wrotchod Ht.itoment pendant from chandollers. Tin) refresh-ment- nia own glorious working of that mighty power, wh?reby He the bank, were n little piemature, The were elegant, und the brida's table bulk of the trsdea were raado with Cashi-- r wno fepecinlly ndmlrably ndornad, tho con-tr- o is able to subdue all things unto Himeolf." place, J, W. MfAlwter at n premium of $15 on consisted of n bink of thwors, tefleotod In tilat ovont, I shnll need no burial "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Us 'Vnught up" alive In meet my Savhntweon the Btcck of thnt bank tl.o share 'l'lm Orlginn! nml Only ticiiuino. over n mirror whioh represented n minia- hut Sfr tud Uij t lu.ii It tlf wm of worthloa ItnlutUm. nnd ol the First National of this place, but ture lake. Tho ices were in the form of ior 'in the nlr" and so be "forever with tho Iudi.iubw Cii(lUliHJ'il AUnor"' llruicstit tr LADIES ttki olber.or fucioie 4c. "t'hlchctvr'a Col. Titouiaa W. Miller tells uu that he has whilo doves on pink pedestals. (uniiw)t4 m for pMiioolarr. in I .; Uy return mull. The eiug-In- g LOIJD." t l.l.lil for the CLrmlfnl Co , NAME PAPFR. Filing that, I ao:opt the gift of my juet traded 20 shares of the Jntler of the bride, who igwell known ana nnd got $25 a. charming vocalist, waaMventnining feature Franlfort frienda with 'sinceieH Kratltude. holit by DrmritM" rytrjnher. Ait tot "Chloh eamo number of the former i. lo u1.t HnaHtl." IViipj mrul I'lllt. - teceiiuon - fi nnAeve, I thnnfc them lo'ngl7- in wi'in formal of ihia hi, wsie tinl): BMeMMIHli1 jfK ..jm,K pr W EZ3 Efl J IU-ker- tho world has ever Tho most "wonderful Pain-Curknown. Its effects aro instantaneous. e; Curt-rfdjc- w, : Children Cry for Pitcher's Castcria. HsT MERCHANT TAIJLOIL I haTe received and atlll receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter Comprising the best In tho market, which will b f us Kn-tlem- Qotton Up in Stylo and MbIco Second to llouo GIto Mo 11 Trinl. 111 City or Country store-room- GOD IS LOVE t, AND NOTHING ELSE xitA.ieis Loin). w fn& mm filj mm Mi1is.11 mca suiiUi.1 U h.1 I Dealers In a 1 klto. of wet-P"U- Ex-Edito- ui-t- Farming Implements and Machin erf, Vine Bn ?s Carriagofj, SW'KEYS,- T Spring Wagopsj Buck Boards, Farm wm 4 "A aons, recti. 1 "J -- ''ill Grain, U'ool, Soeils, Coal, JLtunbor, Kw. verl-fle- n, d RTKA.1T ftJTJiJEK m j. JOE A H. WATERS -- v Doalor In- - ttr Mae-titrat- e: l Heavy &Ejmcy Groceries, Glass -and 4ueensware, Etc. Main Street, - - Stanford, Ky. Slinrc of yonr i'nfroiiHKC In I STOMCJE vcrj' Ucsnccli'ttlf y Solicited. ux-oi- ly pto-duc- 'I Prompt Paying customers will find it to their advantage to "give the young man a chance." W. M. "WATERS, Salesnan. I J ffWSKsr y -- 1 M'ROBERTS, I f. & STAG( it. 1 J ... f i ii rout Louii St. Louis. !nuatl Car-pent- Opera House Black, - Stanford, c,nclnnu cu can Car Mnalcnl InHtrnome; Pocket TobaCCOS, Clltlerjie runnlns Fire Arms, M9hllI,Saii; xiv iVeed ae.ji.uai var K Drugs, CheuilcitlR, WnllJPnpop, KOtipS ' Paints, Oils, Wines, BooBcR, Iilqnor Stij!ionery, tJIcars, i33A.IjT3s u Iiamps, Pcrfnmcrjr, Gcnuisie C. O. Salts inlSulk at Wholesale tlj retail. t WEEKLY otXjTst $1.00 GAZETTE! j&. "rjiMj&jRi. e, life-wor- k (The Woekly Edition of tho Commercial Gazette,) The Semi - Weekly 3ontalnsricbt raceaofclaht columns each, and Is prlntwl every Tuesday and! Trlday. it la wallea PMUea patd. Persons who can not tiko the lfallr Commercial Oaietto and ivU So once a week, will and the KemMVeckly an admirable paior. wno wanrthenows oltcner o.r. rich lp ' 4 Daily Commercial Gazette, One year (omitting Sunday)., " Hlx months. " ... " Three months, PENNYROYAL PILLS Tctms of Hubtcrlptlon by Mall: One ycnrKlncliidlng Sunday) ,.12 " 81 x months, .. 6 " " , 3 Threo months. 110) . . , 87 00 S 50 Ouv .'Premium consisting olBowluBMachlnesImproTclWaterbury tc, will beaten in tnoioper, Haturlo copltslreo. 4 JLiKt Book' WrIoIios, Gold Pens, Pencils, ValuaUo iTiqi iTt f'MMMKKunt zb'jtth ' com ft i.iif-ir.eeen- Aih&A4l I ' 'M- . 1 NB, FS$ y V n X-V- 4fW F,.., 1 . V", 'Bi;i ff j.-- n v .AVnTHATSHlRT UOUJkM ABOUT THE OF UMBRELLA. CITY.. HOW TO CARRY IT ON THE STREETS I A If Ton Want to bo .Considered a Chris tlan Gentleman, Study tlte Accompanying Sltuntlon of This Artlclo and Govern Yourself Accordingly. i Thero arc many ways of carrying nn when traveling tho crowded streets of n largo city, Somo of theso wnysnro very amusing they aro literally frescoed with fun, for, of course, to jwko a man in tho ribs is uproariously fuuuy. Ono never knows how many humorists thero aro In a largo city until lio goes out on somo crowded thoroughfare on a rainy day and watches tho antics of tho passers by. Ono of tho favorite methods of xklng fun at pedestrians is (shown when tho facetious individual carries his umbrella under bis arm with thc point sticking Uralght out behind. Hois talking earnestly with a friend, and every now and then, as ho turns townr '. his companion to add forco to his remarks, tho point of liU umbrella deserilies an arc, generally ending by striking somo ono violently in tho ribs. Of course, there is a short npology, but will an apology repair tho injury done to a man's dinner) I3ut this is one of tho most innocent forms of nmtiwiwnt. There nru many men who nro above mu-I- i trivial eports. A mere punch in the stomach gives them no satisfaction whatever. They long for moro excitement, and nothing less than gouging a man's eye out will do them. This clnsn of pleasure seekers grasp' their umbrellas ilrmly by tho handles, holding them in such a manner that they swing their arms rapidly, and tho effect is really astonishing. urn-bre- lli k I -. 4 a V I M He" A rlCTCHE OP THE CZAK. Tho cznr himself seems to hnvo many flatterers, but no friends. I havo tnllcod, I ACCOMI'LIRItED BY KXI'EKTH. daresay, at ono tlmo or another, witli n Statistics show thnt an export can hit about scoro of coplo who havo met him nnd nro Mr. Uturts anil Ills Auditor. two yos to every block hu traverses, besides fairly qualified to judgo what manner Tho president has smashing a tooth and a noso now and then. to a friend man ho is Almost invariably ho is of On plensant days this sport is often indulged tho citeumstnn.s of shuttiug off of Hon. ns a big, burly, bearish sort of man, William M. Evttrts at tho ceremony of tho in with tho substitution of a cano for nn umstrangely unliko any of his moro recent brella. Tho Rimo object can also l aecom-pltshe- tl unveilng of tho Uartholdi statue. It was ancestors on cither side, and with faco of a by carrying tho instrument of torturo the mtst npimlling noiso that I over heard n curious Teuton-Tarta- r t)Ti picturesqua over tho shoulder anil at right angles with ntanV celebration, " ho said. "K very fel- bu' unpleasant. Ho has vnit physical low w lo had hold of a Ml or n whistlo tho body. strength, of tho blacksmith sort, and has cord appeared to bo pulling with all his t Tho sninll has n way of carrying an kind of mind which not Infrequently umbrella that is very effective, indeed." Ho mighttmd determined to bo tho last to stop, tho with that order of body slow, honest, goes It seeded to mo that tho gestures made obitinate, confiding whefo faith is reposed, carries it, opened, directly in front of him. from lUlIoo's island to induco tho whistlers suspicious everywhere else. Of course ho can see no one, and yet, with In n way and be ringers to stop wns taken m : marvelous precision, ho will spear tho middlo Gcorgo III must havo been of tho samo of ncouragement to go on. I lia Ikx-i- i vest button of two out of every three fat men nature. Ho was, with Louis XVI, told tliit Mr. Krnrts had given institutions contemptuously celebrated by his rather lio moots. that when ho hnd spoken cloven minutes porary critics as ono or tho two contem Tho man who, engaged in an excited inltuiul from tho fact, of jusbada among tho sovereigns of Europe, gesticulates with his umbrella or cano Ho tho state. When tho cloven minutes had Good ,iusbaluh is a humorist of no mean pretensions. to fhako bad generally grasps tho weajwn firmly by tho Tho present csar is said to bo a most de handle, naves it excitedly in tho nir, and speech (ind not concluded. Tho din that voted and single minded spouic- - the first brings it do forcibly on tho palm of his follonct tho dropping of tho flag from tho of his race. Ho is par excellence n family ho brings it down thero laco or mo statuo was terrillc ami proloft hand thai mhn, to whom tho highest happiness would longed.) Mr. Evarts kept on for a few Ixs tho homo whonover thero hi no h: t or head in its path. circle, if ho were allowed to moment), his words innudiblo to any ono. When thero is, thero is a hatter's or a doctor's havo a home. His tastes nro simple; he Findii' that tho noiso wns to bo kept up cats plainly nnd heavily; beforo tho burden bill for somo one to pay. for ait iilellnito time, he tu-to mo, nnd, of empire camo upon him ho used to bo n To tho merciful man, who wishes to carry an umbrella in tho maimer that will bo least stanilingonly n foot away, to went on talk great sleeper, n mighty hunter, a bluff dangerous to others, it is only necessary to ing wlin whistles, bells, and cheer? kept , friend VI tho fow UU liked, A hater of for- jio got uirougn maijt- i- diplomacy, and politics generally say: Watch tho pedestrians, and carry your up nn ticompnnlment, umbrella in tho way adopted by tho fewest of beforo to saluting steamers had ceased I in short, a good, wholesome, rough plebo-- i tooting. ( I think that I am tho only person ian prince, stupid those you meet. That will bo tho most gennd choleric but honest wno near- - tnut iart or .Jlr. tvarts' speech. and trao. I'ato never played on tlemanly nnd ChritianIiko way of holding mortal a Tho situilon was interesting, though concrueler trick thnn when sho suddenly it ChicnRo Herald. fusing, nil I supposo I shall bo pardoned if hurled upon this man the load of czarshlp, 1 admit Lnt I havo no very clear idea of To bo absolute master of over 100,000,000 Night Culti Tor the Drugglit. what thojiifted orator was saying. As good ot human beings is iu ltxelf a task of inconSaid a west sido druggist tho other day: woufc havo it, tho noises had entirely luck When, further, the "We are often called up from a sound sleep ceased w bn it camo to my turn to speak, ceivable magnitude. task Is complicated by organized robbery by people who want drugs. I close mystoro and I liadlittlo diftlculty In makng myself nniong oftlcials and orgnnizetl murtler at midnight, nnd I feel tired after being be- heard byrsons on the outermost edgo of hind the counter nil day Tho loud ringing the throrr beforo tho platform." Cor. nmong subjects, by continual necessity ot provoking war by aggression abroad aud of tho bell is uot tho sweetest music ono New YorkTimes. ceaseless terror of assassination at home wishes to bo awakened by. Then it is not it becomes simply impossible. calculated to put ono In good humor to jump Not! Good lied In Germany. A LIFE QK Trillion. out of bed, dress nnd rush down stairj to find Thero if lot good bed In North GerA less stubborn nnd less conscientious mnn that tbo customer wants ten cents' worth of many, units in a soma family of extraordinhis throat long than tho czar something. If medicino or a prescription ary reflnenmt, or in tho house of somo for- ago under tho would have cut Imposed upon frightful load culled fpr is under $1, 4 generally add eigner ami nnde for his especial use. Tho him. Ho suffers and sticks to his post. Conceit of Many Literary Men. on, about twenty-fiv- e cents. Not long ago German bxl seems have taken Offlie on Laneuttrttrciet, cett door to Inra-u- o Literary men, I dnro say, have their merits. ray bell, which dangles over my head, sounded model thoradltional to military bed for its Ho does no gexxl to himself or anybody else. Offlce houra rroia 8 to 12 A. of tho His wife is a pale specter of her former self, I should Joc!f al very sorry to deny all merit to w.and 1 to&r. office. ari alarm. Then it went M. J.HMthetlcaaduluiiUred wbto ancient rules of Brandenburg. It repels looking old enough to be tho mother of her ' nnv class of mv fellow creatures: but literary oocoatarf. until I put my head out of tho window. the intending occupant by its narrowness. ' 'What do you want," I asked. 'I want to "When he ha placed his weary form upon it older, but niArvclously preserved, sister, tho men havo aUo their faults, whercot (Uace see. tho directory,' tho man replied. aies, wont ana life Is short, however tedious art may be) I 'You can ho bwomesbddenly conscious of th prox- rrincess 01 tier tlio irlgtit. Their eldest son, will only mention ono, viz., their intolerable tea it for fifty cents,' I said. Tlio man conimity of utielding- - material and of hard wttuczarowltz, oi boy tho a of 18, is In a decline and nggressivo Hera It some sented to ' the charge, and I think it was protuborancM to his aching bones. Tho worth tho p'.lco for rousing n man from a covering is sVuity. Tlio pillows are so thin from which thero is little hope of recovery wretched littlo knock-kneesimply terrified out of his lire. Ilut the fellow, who.se back is bowed and whoso eyes sound sleep. We aro often bothered by that a dozet of them scarcely rniso tho czar still manfully tries to lo czar. Tho aro Qiracticaljy) blind, ho can do nothing in young men about town who nro on nn all night head abovo tb prevailing level of tho mattask li beyond him. If there could bo n this world but write, nnd cant do that if a lark. They think it is fun to pull tho bell tress. & R. man mado up of JlUmarck, Washington, child cries in tho next street or an organ aiid wnlk away." New York News. Of late jars nn effort has been mado to Richelieu, Ilonnparto aud Tnmcriauo put grinds in tho next parish; yet ho gives himsupplement tb pillow aud economize feathIIIK IIRKAT- Russian iorhais ho could self tho nlrs of a cnmmnuder-in-chlef- , nt the Antl-Tlth- o ers by a sortiof triangular boMci, which on tho plnco nndthrone, success. Agitntlon In Wulos. hold his mpel lk very least. ino auu-uujngitnuou in nines lias as ! comes down j;bt far enough to torturo tho Tho present cznr lives in tho dazed nght- If you ask hint to dinner you and all your turned such proportions that a subscription ' shoulder and sure a night of feverish rest maro of terror which paralyzes a prisoner guests must sit mum w hilo ho relate somo in lessness, if not )f agony. Soutli of Dresden has been started by a conimitteo of promiTO Tll- under indeflnlta sentenco of deatli. Ajiy terminable anecdote, or fires off (if thy will tho bed show somo glimmering signs of nent English churchmen to raise funds to retho messenger of tlio nx may ap-- ; go off, but they often miss) tlio terrible "imsense. The a lelioratlon begins at I 'rogue mqmentHo lievo tho present necessities of thoso clergycannot sleep; when ho eats, it Is promptus" which ho has spent tho whole jx?ar. men in Wnles w ho aro left destitute by the and extends t roughout Austria-Hungaras nn nulmal, not ns tho master of tho world's ' afternoon constructing over his study table. refusal of the pnrMiloners to pay tiio tithe And yet the andard of education is said WITH He has done nothing iu his lifo nt all worth to be higher u Saxony than any where clso out understanding tho dues. About $3,000 has been raised for this thiiixs ho does or! doinc: ho knows nnthinz hi this world rtnllv uo per crnu ui iiutiuu is m,. purpose in four days, tbo Duko of "West- - in the world Tr i., nvery j WOrth knowing; ho has no science, or skill, lUIi. tninster linrfnfr lilmmlf Hrnm ft' fJVl r.f !., nlso the highest Tho oxcess of suleido has man's face for a bign of munlttrous kuowl- - or art under heaven, except tho art of string been nttributftlto tho oxcess of educntion. able lamount. Tho conimitteo declare that they Illll(MVilJt) no noixxiy. but is it not balelv lKjssiblo that the Saxon ouo. betwei irusus uoiiung and lint hoine ing words together, and ho can't cu'ti do ti "V'jimU i W8 brp)Ut have m.OOO. They may get it, but n gulf hht ho is is at all decently nnlcid ho 1. given plouty bed has somethlig to do with.tho singular that .M cm pill", its of hisVi'0 "''"'N't I" England is largely with tendency. Urtllcn Cor. San I'ruticisco supposed to bo Is so nbysmsl tho joko of i of time. Yet on tlio strength of having tople, w ho havo for centuries been pay-Tibeing at onco tho inot Kucrful man on Allaiiltt, written half a dozen morbid and uiiiiatiirnl " tithes, and tho present Cliroiiicle. Montgomery, cartli and the ooret liuntwl slavo in exist- stories, or some 1 ikkuus thnt noliody enu read ence is so grimly horrible tlmt ho becomes 1MIU'. Jtoeli, Vi IVrL-- ago Is certain to incronso rather Iturilii tliu lloiulx. without going to sleep, or bavin? wt brought to Ujliiteh.-CliicTribune. almost In the effort to compre- together lrl(!iuiN. cntici-iiIt doesn't falllo tho lot of every man to n uvulmnntwo a bundle of cr tho Matmgcr, a'bei extremes. Tho longing to as destroy, i?7.00.fyo of bonds in one day. hend some irong-headenownpoj,H!ror mag- sett himself, to hut to tlio test his autoc- edited ho spreads his wretched little jackdaw umn paper, am itaiiet airis'i'cct. Secretary L M.Schwnn, of tho Kast Toil-- 1 racy, drives him Oulrnn ehnnr to prints In to wild and fooluh mea- nzine, nessee, Vii,i:un nnd Geoigia rallway, hnd an egg i "f meainp: the enro thoso people bestow sure. His wholo course toward his hutod tnll with all the arrogance of n genuine lion"' 'hosedulous industry with which in Now York city n few that ex"iii to run a cluilr Bulgarians cock. To hear hint talk you would imnglno Iwtho nnd nurse n dnjs ago. 'Bio 'jonds in this case wero cousin, tho liattenberg, and tho 1'eoplo who thnt if lie did not nctunlly make th world, has been that of a crazy mnn. w. "" UI,jVPInjy I1Pgioeted. - member reepiiied to Aieaflrc. jj dattroycil by tho terms of! fcnow Husila b'jst expect that his brain w ill yet he Is quit) equal to taking it to pieces and son, Lave coun(,.i'. of dancing when the feet nro tho railroad inupuny's recent reorganizaputting it together ngnin. Ixmdon Truth. giro way under tho strain tion, and Sedotnry Schwann was glad to have beard the last of tho long beforo wo to the tusk. j ?r condition," said, a promloro tha nulgariau quesKerklnK Ihimmi on tno Huh iflh'.nmi lllircriT jtotliw writer, "no ono can have any uudcrtako theltask; it would bo uu nchiovo- -' tion. Loudon Cor. New York Times. I'llrtlni; Ifmler tlio I'oot I llitu' (iloir. IcUI ial meat north iViitembering when grnndchil- cocgrstu. of but tho ono who goc3 through io! tbis CoiiipifT.r lor rjl'i.rcut We I hnvo heard of nil sorts of llirtatlons, but in yenw to tho thoroughhtvdi of Boston lmo gono tho Ao',orrlt C Von Miltl:o'n nplulnn nf Hlirililan. oanT Craft of11'1 of n vcr' t,B't' fchoo is excruci-l- i dren his knee. So conio got to clambering rMOIir., ( l'.,IT A over ho summoned n friend or Multiply that by 3,000 for u.fluil simp Tlw A number of of lu'ortlle, Xr bm "OfOadanseuse is on tho stage, nnd you two with wlioik ho was willing to share tho ilUeussing in Now military gentlemen were illrtiug has a cultured better. reducedscWico inby them so to an York tho other day tho heilping up tho engrnvetl cerJ 00 W s linn JJnw idea ot her reelings. J'ortunntoly, glory, and thofvHUlt's respectivo abilities fo our illllerent soldiers tellectual purkiiit that it throws nungrnms floor set a mateh to during tho Into war. Hoforonco was made cud nil their relation qulto out iu 1 1. u cold. nit.ortj.ime. If it were to hut tificates on ETOTnif to b1 y tho pile, whiehlroo four or fivo feet high to whnt tlio Germans think of our proinin-on- t It h nil i'Bi.vially ilolightful rvutiiue slueo the MUM wouli illo or tho agony." INFORMATION leni and wns n doVen feet long. Tho match Jpo may gather thnt thero ii coiiimniidiin. An ofllcer told n story thoatro U it ultifil Held nf It takes htm thanac), Brf,ny njasore too in the lallet. didn't do tlio work. Tho parchment sheets about somelxxly conversing with Von Moltko n cloviV ? Hatv to Mart it, becauw lw mint MANY PERSONS wcro jxiekod too tight to burn. Alas, Kccro-tra- y ( f7i bten corw S'o.U Juurnul. H' ernauit somo American whoinsUtcd on categoriVoTf .K pick out tho imuheo with groat tact, and it Sclmnn' That which ho had ncceptcd cal answers. Ho kept saying to Von Moltka takes a girl of keen appreciation ns well as ' uffer from prfcta' iif aaa in as a pleasure width ho had exacted to that Sherman was n great genornl. Vott willingness to catch on. Having chosen your ettttrr Cremated by Klcctrlclty. consume a ixwsible Lalf hour, took nil tho Jloltko would thrtig nnd glvo no IndorseV nmlllvCSHnMd J Jlfuilaclir, girl you will be lucky if she kits iu tile front Ja assuming moro The stibjet of day, for in no way could tho flames bo ment. Tho American mentioned Sheridan. row of the gallery or parquet circle, you r i curhjla, if Is'viiow proposeil to coaxed to Iipportnnoe dolly. do their dity except by his lfumiitttiHp "Ah," said Von Moltho, "thero is a gen- nro in your usual wet sout in tho center uu.lo. utilize tbo Ml t vm iHtfaVfr l4.V current for this purpose. in feeding tho blazo nt tho into of eral." Tho American again insisted that You mako mre thnt her efcort is her brother i'ni'i.t In the Tho body, em doped in n shroud of asbestos. n dozen shevta at a tlmo. Uo went liPmo Sherman was n groat man in tho Held, l.,mba, J'.neltttmt or a disinterested party who won't (iiinblo U laid upon two largo copper plates, separated lato at night tlio tireilest man in Wall struct. "Ah," said Von Moltko, with another .Stiles, Ttml lllooil, to it nlw). Then when n sonteueo from a foot or more from each other. Them plates If tho flro had got Into securities that no'Jnilhjritlo)i,l)i)ini"jiiLl, shrug, "SIipi Man U n general." Sold he: thostngo fomw that will carry a uicamgo .iro connected ith dynamos of great body had wanted destroyed, philosophHed 2Ialarla,CoiiMtlititlon A h ulnryTroiillcs. "Did ho not think Sherman waa n great from you to her, you give hern tender gluuco. On turning on tho current Secretary Schwan, tho merest bit of n marcher and lighter' ' -- i If kIio's n clover girl sho sees your pretty VOLIKA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, tho body i i ipidly consumed, as, occupying spark would hnvo bevn enough to turn tho "Well, tho German strategist meant to gamo nt once and don't healtato to sand you llail Illooitanl KIiIiipv TroulI"f, by clfanilnetlin tho same poMtion as tho carbon or nn electric whole lot to nshes iu a j(Vy. NowOrleaus criticise, probably, Sherman's campaign to Moo.1 of all In luii.unIM, itr. .jtbciiliij all parU back a dispatch from her bright oyes as toon lain),' it become highly heuted. Tho procesw of tbo body, tho sea. if ho had over met nn enemy in ns tho author and tho actor will voico ic for is said to bo much moro rapid than tho old CORDIAL CURES his routo ho would havo been annihilated, her. It's a great sport if you don't mako n method, and is certainly not so objectionable llio Cznr uiid Ills loiicj, Nenrnlrla, Taint In the Uint. Dn k nml Bldei, by Uo went oil to tho sea on n kind of brilliant mistake iu the girl and is its intelloctuul as in many rcspts. Chicago Tribune, tuauigtlieijre and triiiciniiiK the imdkIcs. Klinieious inspired letters from KiKsia aro guess that ho could communlcato with tho oven Boston could desire. It is the teal CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, trying to prova liovv erroneous is tho licet thero. Behind him tho rcheli woro cultured nrthio. Boston Homo Journal. Inillcmtlon and CnnitlpaMon. I y nldlnir I lie "WarnliiB rioin tlio "Servants." that tho czar is unahlo to light for invading tho n irth, passing almost through KooltliriUKti tho 'A reside! it iu ono of tho ilnokt streets iu tho want of money. Ono enthusiast makes Tennessee. Sherman did connect, and tho ttoiuach li creati n a jiiuo line's 3iUciiicr. ni.t-- i tie. town allude-!- , inWdentully, nt a dinner tho Russia tho richest country in resources, nnd nliair looks very brilliant on our pages, but VOLIHA CORDIAL CURES HERVOUSNLSS, ovenlug n Jtuiu bug (low into tho card-inOno n,uoU-the ciar's lioast of his rendlnow nnd no preciso, mathematical minded general other night to her "tcrvuiits," and was Dcprwloii of fjilrM and 'WcaknMS, ly cultvin. room of a cotton mill which wns in ability to fork out 2.10, 000, 000 fiom liU would itulorso a movement liko that. Cor- lIu- next day to rewJvo wnniiug lug kod I mlng ttm tj um. uii;ht. Tho log of thu .from tha wholo ot oul. AVhat diJ it menuf own jirivate fort mio ns tlio contrihutiou of tainly Von Moltko would not." "Oath" In caught pleco of hVOLIHA CORDIAL CUPES OVERWORKED a roving, and It Hew ii JA n tho ltouiiiiKiir fniuily to tho war fund. Cincinnati Enquirer. reron't they in roeoipt of tho highest wages? nnd TVI t. Women, 1'unv ntid Hldly (li'llrm. gnIlght j the roving caught lira nnd, ilropldng Diiln't thoy liave "nf ternoomr' ami "oTonlng" Other wuiprs mggeit tlio oay plan of susIt lnUli.litfut mid nuirltlous atngrnoriil lo:.: . into a can of cotton sliver, Ignited that,' and A Jin tilts Ujlns OfT. iu fcOld on tho Hussion and "privilogi" without end J Yes, hut they pending Aollnit Aliuniinn nml Dlarr JP.1 fur 1HH7. A liaiidmp, coniiiltio "JftAdvico from Florida say that tho.Apaeho started a blaze wlueii would havo beoiiMiflom debt, tlius of nnomUliigsjlIiO.OOO.OOO yearly. llvo with jieoplo who ea'lcd them couldn't niidniul Hook IrlllnulioiTtot'i ni: had it not boon for theprawnco of .. Ipt t.n Tho slmpli. it v of the lattnr plan in plain to prlsonerd m-- dying oIT nt n rapid, rate, rVants" to thoir fuwsl "Holii" wus tlio Jll"KAKH nt IlUVUfuiirl .van', ni'uril av. everybody, pnuirully sn to (rmmiy, whovi owing to tlio climate, nnd perhaps thoir own oierntive, who wiiotlforwl tho llro by euiring JIlliunmcliti f na. potiaHb aini. AdJrts proper vjrfl, nnd they wpuVla,tlJO."servants', tho top of the can with his ooaf - osloa W no ladr in tM eVwjntl'. VQLIMA CO. They nil do- - cailtHlils uif still large holder of Iuissian tmclennllnots. Thero ai-- liil buk, mjuawa Budget. -i nd ivipooavd I" tlio f"r Timoa. E( "ritiw. .".iicn:'0 Tr'i tin" The luticr Man In Morocco. Dining with tho rsultnn of Morocco fa moro of nn honor than a pleasure, according to tho account of a recent visitor connected with tho Fiench embassy. Th'o sultan is even moro of a spiritual than a. temporal moriarch, a cort of crowned saint, caul therefore, it is beneath Ills sacrod dignity to dlno In person with his guests nnd ho deputes a representative fiom his suite. Tho palace also is too sacred a riirlno to bo tho sccno of such festivity, and tho dinner is usually served in tho gnrden of tho summer imlacc, outsido tho town of Fez. When tho narrator dined In this second hand way with his sacred majesty the weather was hot, and tho dinner was served in n town pal nco garden beneath ornngo, lemon nnd jxmiegranato trees, wliero tho buttercups, com Jlowers, nnd daisies grow so tall that they mlngli-- with tho boughs, nnd tho guests had hard work to fight their way on horseback to tho tnblo, or rather tray. A drum major, liko a steward with n baton, headed tho procession of slaves bearing tho food on trays of wood with deep borders and conical covers of straw. Tho removal of thc.o covers disclosed n frightful sioctado of fricassees of sheep nnd chickens, prepared with honoy, sugar, syrup and fruits, nnd all imaginable nnd unimaginable horrors possible to cook-crTho only dishes which a Uuropcnn could eat was ono .of mutton (which was terriblo greasy) and tho conscoussou. Tho slave who hold this au kwardly spilled it into lii.i sleeve i and bosom, and then conscientiously turned it out on tho plato again This ujxet tho European stomauhs nnd desire to.indulgo in it, though they found that tho slavo know etiquette. Tho projier way to cat coucsotmnt is to tako a (inutility in tho palm of tho hand, eat it as best you may, and return tho remainder for tho wholo never will quit tho palm Into tho common dish, lest tho other guests should bo deprived of tho choico delicacy. Tho Argonaut. d y. PICTURE OF THE CZAR. AND A BLUE OABY EYES. DESCRIPTION OF THE LIFE WHICH HE LEADS. Bluo baby eyes, last hones aro flod, C16so loonls tho urlilRt tiencath It sighs nro wo led, That eager Hooil-the- nco Bluo baby eyes) How tlio Autocrat Is Obliged to Travel. A Monarch with Many Flatterers but no FrleniU Llvliiu lu a Nlglitmaro of Terror. My friend tho messenger was on his way to Bt. Petersburg in the autumn of last year, when his train stopped at n 'small Russian way station and was shunted off upon a sldo track. Tho station ynrd was filled with soldiers, filing off into lines along tho main track. Tho messenger let down his window nnd put out his head to discover tho causo of tho delay. A soldier said something to hint in Russian, then pointed his gun at his head. A traveling companion pulled tho messenger back, saying: "You don't understand Russian, eh) That man told yot that If you didn't shut tho window and pull down tho curtain ho would blow your brains out." Naturally tho window camo up and tho curtain camo down. Tliey sat thus in tho darkened compartment for n quarter of nn hour. Thon, with a prodigious rattlo and roar, thero Hashed by them on the. main track n short express traih. Twenty mln- utes more another rallied past in tho same Then, nftcr somo mlnu es tho iu mum iuih, wiey iingm uu boiuier miuuh-tho blind, and they resumed their journey. Inquiry revealed that the czar had passed them on his way to tho Sklcrnlwleo meeting, nnd that these precautions were ordered all along tlio lino, iso one know Vt ii, of tho trains boro him. , Dark falls tho night, but it might rlso Ono star to glimmer, from Qod sped, Mayhap 'twould show us new glad skies Ah, no, no, no I This gloom is shed Too dense. Tho river for us cries Yet, Christ! I cannot wish them dead, Bluo baby eyes! Will Struthers In Wow York Graphic. REPORTING A B3 MYERS HOTEL, KT. YACHT RACE. ly I. Ig-n- al 1 e, i i, ?d Laying lunulntetl AVIro for tlio Occasion, N. HID I'l.ATT, JLOVBNVlfiLL A Jllrth rrotukliiB Spectacle. In a recent caso of litigation a newspaper man who describes hinixelf as "Charles II. Davis, a resident of Plalnflcld, in tho state of Now Jersey, a nowspnper writer, artist nnd pleasantly relates in his his modus ojxrandl of reporting yacht races. Referring to tho Inside raeo tho STAMFORD. reads: "Tho deponent further says that on tho seventh day of 8eptcmler, loSfl, E. H. BURNSIDE, ho was especially engaged by Walter 1. secretary and general manager of I'hlllllts, Thin Old and WoJl - Known tho United Press, n nows association, organized nnd existing under tho laws of tho state, Hotol Still Maintaino its of Now York, having Its prluclial ofllco at High , No ,87 Broa,iwny, in tho city of Now York, ThUt powder niiT'rTsrlM. A mirrtlol purity, AND . ... t.. , .i. i.. v v...i. trcngth mil wbolnomrnew. 'Moro ecotiouilcai I 0 of for tho miA than t lie ortllnsrj klnili, sml can not bo nold ltu ltfPtriot0rr h Dotcrminod that for Ul0 low .iliori Uooond to no Oonntrr intfcm the international race salle.1 on coinictltoti with the umltUiiJcof wolgnt slum or nnoipuaui puwacra. nouomy iu Hotol in the State in iti Far&, ' said day between tho British yncht Gnlatoo OUDf. llOTAL II1KISO I'OWDKI 10, I 100 Wall New Yorlr Appointment, or Atton. nnd tlio American yncht Mayflower; that tion to Comfort of to an arrangement which ho it in, pursuant mack mu'crra thoir anoiti. formed and believes had been duly inndo bo- ' tweeu said Phillips and tho Ualtlmoro and ,.. ,,. ..... Buggy & Implement House. ,.... r,,. ' of one of the w ires of said com- -' to I'omnerelil l5.p,,., Trtf tiers. The iler will jvmy, running In tho vicinity of Fort pplled with M I hte now ho rauseil it to ho ctwnoctrd l Wndsworth. of Lluaori and Ctsart. at the baso of tho bluff overlooking tlio fortl- - A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and llcntloti, with ntxut 2,000 feet of insulated otbor Agricultural Implomontn, 'i iro which lie cau.cd to bo stretched along tho ground nnd up tho bluff; the raid inEctlJei s sulated wire lieconilng In fact a part of tho Ualtlmoro nnd Ohio Hues; nnd further, that Fall Line ot Buggies aud Wagons wire he conducted tho end of said AIwijs on lined. In connection with my Im"illue-UruNplement builnen, 1 will tlio curry ICaiiU' ln'g 1KKlllon upon tUo glimmjt of tho bluff, whcro ho ftlto(.uwi instruments nml had Complete Stock of Lumber, Bhortoatand Qaiokest Bonto from Oen direct and instantaneous telegraphic comtral Kentuokj to nil Polnta North, munication with Dio said prliK'ial ollico of Both rough ml ilresied, I'rlcvi on eterjlhlng it Last, Wt)8t nnd 8onthweat. Uulteil rress, nt 1ST Ilrcidway, Now tho Low iih any ouc. Kut Lint lletween e York; that by means of n jwwerful he made observations of the progress I oticlt mhnreof your pitrornje, llcipcctfully, USXIXUTOX A CIXOINKATJ of said race, every part of tho course being . JI. II IIVC E. distinctly bible to him; nnd that Iwlng a Schedule In Efftet Miy 18, 1M, telegraph operator ha transmitted n report of by telegraph with his own his ol.'r-ationhand, without writing them out ou paper, to The Champion Horse tho said principid oflleo of the United I'itss." Hun.1 Iially K Ki. Sun. All of uhlch is instructive, as showing tbo Lt, OoTlniton... I 10 ID tOpia, 1 00 pin perfection to which tho art of news gathering 5 Jt ji D nd Ai the times n dull nnd money is being carried hi this serious age of compeCyntblana. 10 a m It) is pu 4 3S m I hire no r, ulre tition. Nor is tho comely element lacking ndraut; rent to work I willery lowmy cuitomera Jirr, raria. II 33 am 10 40 n iu 6 15 pm t of good I will rice. jiloton ..jn io tn II 17pul 6 lOp Cl in this curions case, for the well kept reconls uik (ret reduction for riuh In rrrcrt, of tho United Press show that lu ten seconds llorHi'Shortnu. Carxi, .. i'eui or tt' jLT.. 1 rti li in ia j. ttl pa It .ToiifiN.M All 'Art. WtnchrttrM IJ 30 pn lutvr to 2tl n u fit') pa after tho yachts had crossed thp lino its entire kinji ot produce Hit In JUchmooJ. J I .VI n ml. Uken xctunci Mr work. It. 7 IS pa system of da wires, which had been kept good ityle. aIrlnK otsll kind don neitlr and in 07 imL... uiccMtar .. " tiunlord open later than usual to report the rmult of eboeioc Mddle, trotting and lurteM bone a CMpm;.,. pccitltr. ralntlnt from rt to 15, IUwUIdk tire re. Illch Blood- -. . tho race, had been closed, and every paper Unu . reached by Its lines knew that tho America's lor mgon,U;Inmiking new tire and puttlniton fl. Hir. rvroa.... proKirtlon. Tbaoking rar friends Otter work r.lTlnjrteo. cup was safe. Remembering this nnd dlvln-- ' lortfcelr klud lulromjo la the pat, I Mlult tne amf."..r!!!. iug how it must havo been accomplished tho ame in the future. Nokra-BoDSHALT Kit riai.DS, JR., Mo. 3 No. 11 reader can scarcely keep out of his mind the Ko.l mirth provoking spectacle of tho wnatllo reporter loftily mounted with watch In hand, Le. UflBirtton t 00 ia .....MM...M, Here. DB. W. B. PENNY, his eye glued to his tclescopo, and with tho ins am Arr. lUcbuond it u mi" PENTI8T,, fretful little instrument between his knees, .Te. Rowland ....l 1 io m,. .7T1JL seize it readily nnd tell tho where ho could itontuolcy. ' " Lancajter.MM g n tnntorit, " world that tho Mayflower had come homo a gallant winner. It is to bo regretted that I in ...... a n Lt. Klchuond Mr. Davis, whoo chief business it U to make Art pictures for tho newspaporn, has not accoin- ilJOnm a nn . l " ponied his aflMavit with a free hand sketch l?e. Leilnjton I 1 p to 7 IS a m ttpm Lt l'arit 8 of hlsown npenrance on nn occasion when 40 rm " Cfnthlana.. 8S0pm 8 20 am S 17 pm 1 S p m Ma ml I the gunner discarded powder nnd made tho IVtmniilk J I' IU 10 03. m' is pm lightning his rcudy servant. Electric Age. 80 1 mS S'lfillotart. .W p nfll-dav- it aill-dav- it P0WDEI tn-o- t, Propr Absolutely Pure. it-..- :., i.! Roputatlon, lt ,' brd LI. I N tele-scop- 112-l- s Shoerl tfl If !.- - 173-lJ- ArbmondJooz::::3lrrari. r" .... ji MATIM.K MOBTII-IiOON UKANUII. Dally Dally Kk. riun. Ki. bun. ' 3 00 p m '' 2J a mj 4 35 Ji n 'j IS a ns 8 30 . I tO to 1 tl vW 9 01 a ml OS pm' i, .n 10 30 a m 7 40 n m ding-n-dln- ding-a-din- g 1 I15-ly- r. . rf . 1, gray-naire- ti t, weak-cheste- d L.&N. Nashville -- Lie Corlnjion.. " " l'arit Arrllllleritiur .. " " Carlltle...... Jolimon.... Marttllla. T.H......w...l i OtllUI It tl J Louisville R. BocTH-Bonw- c i TIlltOUGIlTKUXKLINli yiTl Urlltle Jontiinn.. SOUTH .& WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers, Jlt. 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Tbo only Hue running JND nnd i'Ufii.Ti.i. 'It xihi mw mju slt:i:i'in FK0M- caiw VWN?U A SOLID TRAIN Louhvillu, Oinclnuati 4; clcctro-mothopo- to Washington Uity," . Coiintcthig lu tho uino iltpvt with FftHt Trnina for Now Vork. l.ynchbiirs, 'I be Direct Ituulcto Mid Lexinslon, Sv. '. ' Times-Democra- t. Dtntllln, Norlole and all Virginia North Cnruliun point. and (iirllior liilurmntlon ..,J. ,n ;uldr..a V, W. Mon. JoiiriiaurHiittlcttitotacoor roo, General Ant, Lmlnluu, ICy, 1'ortlrkelt HiriCtZA.il. W.'. Vice 1'iesliliMil. II. LnularlJIo, iliftrn-rui.tluuu- f tlan'l Pai' Ut. we rardlttly . rni,.;i; aj- - g i'tt -- nmnt 4 1IATAU s,nM Bi'l'lor. JBpl Urd only by h) ATI TU rt youil.Uijl,tm,3i Inown to ui fsi Ounoi ihixi waVay nln tlitntnuUifii, Alcgll .t-- And Olrec, We hire lot. I ran.l . Me. fy cttg it n IltTiiiC'italiilea. I,,V, V. e CfrT) - ll'UOV?EfHCAL B Claolooatf.KWS W OMo. 3l Iludn. W. ZM hy D(ur;nta) I'n.a 01. c. ' Pi -- t;.Vv fc.5.,1 fcfe tiJ. : ..irf .... 1 'VXGB vtLV.-j :