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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887011101 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. 1 Hm ititefwf lumfmil, Sew Weelli & VOL. XIV. Smi-Mceklijnteri- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY nxw 11, 1887. NO. 193. i LONDON, LAUREL COUHTr. II. K. TAYLOR, fair is so recent that I need only refer to it, NOTICE TO CREDITORS or LOGAN COON TY, la a Candrdste or tbe office detailR were published in all the or a full Col. Harry Tilltny, Uuited Slates Pen OF THE ofBuperlntondent of l'u'illo Instruction, aubjeet papers only laat March. Lite witnessed stou Examiner here, joined his wife and to the Deraocratlo HtateConrentlon. as two elcg'tnt little daughters in Louisville LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. the whole terrible scene and describe it rubtlntictt TurHtaumtnd Friday perfectly, appalling. It was the usual Suoday -- AT All pnrMDS ruTlnt debts agilnit the Lincoln Judgo W. P. Baker has returned from story. Deiperado terrorizing to begin with. XMIAIHJ3 For Sale LOItlJ. Bargain. Land Company are requeued la presant them to A.WNUM. OAHII. 93 Then hot blood and the draitto remedy of an extended and exceedingly p!eant vis- J vv. Alcorn at Ult ornce In HtanforJ, Ky. O. Ij. HICHAM),. I oScr lor aala privately In Stanford, Ky., a vary the Judge Lynch code, winding up with the it n the home of bis biivhood, Knoxviile, I'reitiient. delrablerel1cnce with aereo rooii and porch' C'AiinoLi.Ti'N, Mit., Jan. 4, 1887. .nderateodlf wee7e4i7lhatli.M wlllb. ditnn'lpd. dreadful scene. Unhappily, one ur two Tennessee Well of water at tho door; stable, tTioke hour, PMteJ unit I)ea.u IiiTrutort: I take advantice of a Ac. About an acre of ground In tbe lot. Far Silas Woodson Hodga and bin new wortbf, innocnt men perished with the . terms, Ac, apply to . A I.FO U It, lull in the wtathur to get away a brief ine 16J- guilty in the wild melee bride, nee Mies McHugue, took In Knox Agent for J. It. Alton!. W. T. WALTON- sage that will not be frozsn and tn tranttiu, Loto preacher to several cooRregati ins in yille, Tenn, on their honeymoon excur77 Hhd which will asura vouofour eiill Do I am dally opening so rlent lino of Fall illllln- this and the adjoining coumy ot Le Flore sion last week ini; in the land of the living. I am not pre Including all Ml VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNU. II it largest church Is at Greenwood, "in Epiziotic, thst uiist fUl disease of pared to say where the mercury ban been, o'f the delta ie all perhaps, is raging among the hors.fi of The Latest Novelties of the Season. the swamp," as tho region nwna a fdect MT VERNON, KY. Mri. J. W Ne-bt- tt but this unlucky troupe bus been fir "below called, lormeil by the union of the Yalhibu thi'ounty. Many very fine blooded ani nchool foruhls thla woek. Alto Notion', auch as Hnndkerchlefa, Collsrs tero" or 13 hourn, with the wind "nor' Thtaold and Hotel la iilll mainsha and th Tallahatchie coming lojother mats are reported dead during the at and Cuffs Hitching Corsets, Uuitlns, etc. You There "111 not be very much busim nor'west," and your humble servant golni; will fl ml me t tho rnotaa later; TscaUxl by tjmi-l- o taining IU fine reputation Chargm reasonable. to make tho Y xjo, Wo are lotfethir aftir week here till term. . In the Circuit Court Warren, neil it r to ta Mrtra Home. to with three coats on and preach Social attention to the traveling public. -- Jjhn T. Hatcher has, been very sick tho' LOUD will " HATH It HO l lilt Alt. 11. Hitnon VAvt Urilli i end Ilirntn Era, Ini; In "arctlci," without thnme. Thus lur WHuet through here, "if i).. i. I think the dear folks here will recciv nnd many of our ciliznH will go tnihluveu Ml. Vernon, Ky. tua Cox were fmeJ $1 each in the Police ihe "Sunny South" in tlib month of JanuSo ftr I hear nn until hie recovery. When John once our gospel ghidly Court Tiitiradny Too much Beiitlne. ary, 18S7. murmurs of opposition, but nil are patient shaves you, you will never hi shaved by evdrl banka within two mile-o- f With The Southern and pro-fn- o ly listening. Lote listens earnestly, but I another! Bep'caentlng tho Bins Or.i Ilelgo Co., of town it eeem a little dtraiiRe to hear ao are not built to exclude the cold, but Ky , Ii In this aectltm for the purpoto of -- Elgar J. Allison, "typograpnical lour of coal. decreet withfll' not committing himself onTatalngfor theOompiny'a tnnny compUInta abitil tin acarcitv ritber the reveite they invito it, with open Dr. Hrvanl and brother, of Eubank, cracks and crevice, if not "opou arm," to citl.er way. Tuat ia a good nign. But wo ist," Pittsburg, P., registered at the Kiley The Photograplior, CjuIiI Bro. Walton Ml Patent Combined Wire & Hedge Fence. House Saturday in signs, u iit udii. ii ii9 were vidiiinir Dr Dvl here laet Friday enter and pC8. Tho"rearcliini blan,'- uon'i trustmenage, one great desire of our ua anything about him and his old type lleve the Ben Price, at Livln'iton, la low with con- A' they are appropriately called, have, This Cooipin? is well known and aro meelirg hearts will bo gratified. He will not "shun welitl? (We could, we could. El ) wlih laree ealn In many aillicent roiinllas. It I. nmption. therefore, found us without the leU diffi- - - f ro "through- comp-'feand w'tny fannrre Mr Divid Jackson, known Mi. I). N. William", H. and O .Inform culty. Think of up, then, inttead of on nu to dtctaro" what he firmly believe. and bulu( men of voidiurd and othr counties My prayer is that the dear "LORD of out tho length and hfHiidili of this broad and co i er well r om mended to u Mr. Trlblilo Ui that he will take a real unlit April, the open verandah, embowered in roves and will LUp'ea. ure iu callin on all lntereUd on the harvest will send laborers into Hi har Commonwe.lth" as "Smiling Dave," ie:m down thesul'ject. and distillery of Wm. Clark havinR closed foncea. We beapeak for jtemins, enjoying the traditional gentle vest." It ia "great." The "laborers are ly e of Boreing & h,n tho patron .go of our peoplog nerslly with the dry goods hotl-until that time. tephyrs, as ibiverinc over ronrinu' fires of few." And the "time is short." Jackson, has re';urrd a pities as traveling David TiiomiMon, of Garrard, bought otk and hickory, fed to extremest fury by wholesale groI caught a slocking cold, but the dear salesman (r a COMMERCIAL HOTEL I two joke of oxen here Saturday payinp$70 pine knot, unrtioue, roaatinir one side a A. Physician is healing me in His sweetly sim cery firm, aud cjrrien with him into l.is and 60 and $75 and one joke for 3 cent other half freeze. Happily, fuel i BY J. W. ADAMS, iiiw pie way. All the rest well. Praise the new business the well wishes of all our 3 cento. eboatu t cheap, abundant'and excellent, and we do MoKINNJEY, - people for Dave has no enemies, LOUD! Kter in Jeau, llobt. Waddle, who ha been InKaoaaa not economize it. Oko O Uaiinfs. -- Judge W. L .Brown, CjIs THE INTERIOR JOURNAL R L. Ewell Sunday on I havo lately purchased tH hotel and liaro or the lad three jeara, returned Tne ice ia thick enough for skaticc, or yelatlves near LvI Boston Surgeons to Rid and J W. JoniH attended the meeting ol made many toIroproremenla In It. viail to friend" auJ I a putting up, if there were ice houae to re- The Bold Method of style, We and intend keep emy thing a the republican caucus in Liuiaville. A man of a Cancer. makaouly moderata charges. And tho LoulsTllle .Oreen. 11. K. Thumpaon ami fatnlly will ceive it. And this is the fourth day of it. Aa bare bean on have heird one of three gentlemen at least, know I tbe wants of the roid or sereral yean I The surgeons at the Mawachuaetta Geniborily move to a farm in Grraru. will mnko trarelm nen: and I Ooe shudders to think what the tempera Courier-Journ- al 185-- 1 yr. I' bo firm cf the year la my time to . eral Hoapital Thursday undertook a bold express himself forcibly against giving tbe ii w incir iniereai to atop with me. ture further north has fallen to. Tod.y All ao A colored brethren a place on the Slate ticket new accoiinta. in a desperate case of cancer wttlo and open ttiu wind has veered to the east and a operation One year .for only 83-t- wo who gave pspers for little counte not paid by Jan. 15 will be found change ia imminent, though the rigors of shoemaker living in Weywoulh is afiheted It seems that the grand old party more than tho price ol one. the negro his freedom (in a horn), is no CITIZENS NATIONAL once with cancer of tbe stomach. The only BANK, in the office. l'leaeo) call and aettle at the epell are hardly abated, much. By paying us 83 you will roeeiTe lor ono year chance of saving his life wb to retort to the longer very badly mashed on him since his and rave further annoyance. !'. L T fiouip OP MNCANTKIt, KT. We raoie over from Winona last Saturyour home paper with the l, the 2t most radical surgical measures, At the hos- rac-- ia growing intelligent enough to vote ton. represematlre newspaper of Ihe South, democratday. This is Tursday. Two drummers' ic aud for a tariff for revenue only, and tho beet, the democratic ticket. For further partic OAP1TAE - lIIWOUOOO brightest John" Wolf wm taken nick Unt week at pital tho sufferer was first ethenzsd and and ablest family woekfy in the United spring wagons, half covered with white MatHtates. Those who desire to examine s eample tho iiotieo of John Lnty in ihia place. Fri-da- y oiled cauyane hood, and holdiog three then Dr Warren made a large opening in ulars we refer the country to J C. This Bank solicits accounts oflndirlduals. firms copy of the can do at this office. the abdomen. The stomach Vas exposed thews, Recorder of Deeds for the District and corporations. IU hi wife came in to nee and wait upon the driver, sufficed for our party. A facilities for making colhim, During the niijhlehe mad a New and lifted ont for examination. It was of Columbia lections, In all f rts of tbe United Sutts, are le road wagon hauled our baggage and cutouiera are at all times granted Year'a prtwent to her huabind of a nine the cancer affected a large por John B.rjtaplea, who waa I'reeiiient LinThe diitance to Carrollton ia 14 mile. Af found that ' pound girl, tlon of one aide of the wall. To have re coln's subatitute in the army during the any reasonable accommodatlona tbey see proper opuator Icr wo h.vl accomplished six and were halt- moved the cancer at once would have been war is still hying at Siroudsburg, Pa. Be to ask. We beg to offer our aervicea to the clti.-itW T. Krancirco, telrj-ripof neighboring counties, without Baaklng Concert Grand, ing to water our teams, I &ked our colored impossible, for it would have taken away a ia a carpenter by trade and an induatrioue, facilities, an J assure them that any business sent from lirodhead, ia working at the depot Jehu how far we had come. "Six miles, Parlor GrantJ, ua shall at all times have prompt and faltbft.l at Post. iteelf, and it (hriflycltien-l,itubu- rg here for a abort while. C. C. and M. 0 sab." "And ho many miles furthet?" large portion of tbe stomach Baby Grand, tentloo. Urodhead Saturday to been impouible to cloie the Wllliimi went to "Nine, sah." "Then it is 15 miles from would have Bucklen'a Arnica Sahe. . Upright Grand, XilXI3CTOItS: gap o tbat tbe contents could not eacape. ace Theo. Butner, their ick .coualu. Mra. Winona TbabeatSalva in tbe world tor Cuts. Bruises to Carrollton," I suggested, wildly. Sauare Grand. 8. W ParrU W very ick. J. M. IIIflUINBOTHAU, ' No, sah, It is fo'teen." I did not dispute Accordingly the surgeon sewed a seam di Soros, Bait Ilbeum, Fever Soret. Tetter, Chapped We are opening the most carefully selected, the Eruptions, LEWIS Y LKAYKLL, remain long rectly acrotts tho etomach, separating the Uandr, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Andrew J. Fiah did not JOEL J. WALKER, finest and beat slock of conclusions, but I saw our driver waa not J. W. t Kentucky Unlveraity. He went Mon- given to arithmetic. I waa too cold to at healthy from, the diseased part, and mak- and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, J 8. JOHNSON, T. M. AUNOLD, la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money L. F. HUBBLE, PIANOS AM) ORGANS sacks or bags, inetead of one day laat and returned Saturday on account tempt an Improvement on his addition ta ing two B. G.MULLINS. refunded. Price 25 coots por box. For sale by J03. SIMPdON, Eier brought to tbia city. Krery instiument ia of hta health. W. J. Sparke, of Louiavlllf, ble; and he is firmly persuaded The stomach waa then replaced and tbe Ponny A MoAllster. that six the pride of an artist and prlcea rnge from 10 ta i the flrvt drummer that put in hi. appear-ancebetemporarily closed. In a few 25 percent. lower tnan other dealers ask lor the IvAaf Can Be Done ? plus nine make fourteen, at a theologian is abdomen aamo goods. Persona ot musical and art culture in 1887. Walter Ttlmlin beta grown into a DaBy trying again and keeping up courage many are Invited to an Inspection of ibe beautiful, cultithat his inconsequent theories are accurate days, when the seam has M. IlIGQINBOrHAM.PKEiT. vated, refined tone and artist designs ot these eel, moved to Lily, Laurel county. tura! wall of separation, the abdomen will things seemingly Iropoaalbls may be attained. J. LEWIS T. LKAVELL, It l a great thing to believe you are right, b again opened and brated instrumental Tbankito your London correspondent, whether you are or not. the diseased part will Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Llrer J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIER, Complaint hare ben cured by Electric Bitters, il Kuauc, tho Fa be cut oil. The patient bore the operation and we are Rlail 13 "ay he ia correct in his B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. Tito after tTerything else had been tried in vain. So We were prepared for a bad road, but tt the Fouulur motis Decker withont anv apparent bad eflacta and the don't think there la no cure for you, but try Elecurmioei regarding personal acquaintance wore agreeably disappointed. There were MACK BUUCE'S ... aud tho Reliable New h'tiglani with the writer. Oir firet letter to hie paoperation in the end ia expected to be fully tric Hitters. There is no medioloe ao safe, to pure few deep mud holes, only one or two steep and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters iiucceaaful and the euro radical. l'iuios, per appeared In the aecoml laane. Oar repulls; and tbe way lay, for the most part, will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of eince have been more than pleaiaot latione Kidneys. Invaluable in affections of Stomach Buggy & Implement House. The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and Writing of Henry W. Orady, the Atlanta the through pine forest and over a well packed, d and we can truly remark that we were vnd IJTsr, and oicrcomo all Urinary Difficulties. the John Oharch & Oo, Organs. aeverinj: sandy ridge road, whero a trot could bo editor, who has bicoma famous in a night Large Bottles only SO cents a bottla at Penny A pained on hearing of hit Flcaso communicate with us for catalogues, term safely and pleasantly kept up. by the delivery of one of the fineil epeecbes MeAtiaUr. 1 hare now hla connection with the paper. Ym, for ud prices. A mile out of Carrollton we met my dear on the New Bouth at a dinner given by the Hi. II. A I.. J. COOK, Special Ag'ta. Excitement In Texas. peace and harmony in the famtheeakoof Stanford, Ky. er been earned in tho viciniQreat excitement has brother "Lote," driving out to take his New New Kjgland Club, Mr eaya in his A Pull Lino of Whoat JDrilla and Or I'.OdK P.. RICUAKD, ot. office. ily let ue hopi he in correct abmt "Mi" Year's dinner with one of hi country par- paper, the Carlisle Mtrcury. "Some six ty of Parts, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery of Itofercnces: A. It. i'enny, Mrs li. 11. Curpan-te- r, othor Agricultural Implomonts, Fcrtunea" appearing in numben. Mr. K Corley, who was so helpless he could not J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamea &aa-leishioners. Litters had miscarried and he yers ago the editor of Ibis paper went with turnJ. bed, or ralsa bis head; ererybody said In Stan.'oru; Mrs. Maggln Ilolmea, Crab Orchhe few nif.hta alnce while Oarrn Turplu A hardly knew when and at what point to ex- the Kentucky Legislature to the Atlanta was dying of Consumption. Atrial bottlo ot Dr. ard; (Jon. W.J. Landrnm and Miss Llzale 11 Besides a and Jell Hud' were mnmlintf in front of the ISMyr Laucarfr, Ky. pect m. 8j he was waiting for us to turn Ktpoaitiou and he had the pleisurc of lis- King's New Discovery was sent htm. Finding re latter'e house near Conway, tboy were up when we would. We insisted on his Mr. Orady and of He!, ha bwijht. Ut bottla and a box of Dr Pull Line ol Buggies and Wagons tening to the eloquence of fired upon by aome ono ooncoaled be- going on Ufa Pills, and by the time ha had nn! getting hit dinner while we calling at hh borne. Ho has a moat pala- Klng'sNewboxes of Pills and two boxes of tbe DIs taken two lumber pile. Fjik ahota were fired hind a were getting nettled at the lodgings prepar tial residence, tho room fijished after the corery he was well and had gained in flesh thlr- - Alwaya on hat d. In connection with my Imin rapid fucctwion, the b.illeta whiellinir ed plement business, I will also carry a u. Ho his been boarding, with hi two etyle and patern of railroad cars and every x pounds. Trial bottles ot this Great DIscot-cr- y Inconveniently noar the hcada of tho abovo for Out.umptlaa freest Pennr A McAils trs daughters, since his wife's reont death, and thing about hi pr.mUai ia naat and truly. Cnninlctc Stock ofLniiiljcr, MlSSlSSiPPI ii. gniitlcinen. They went into thtihouo, proHow Is wo wero to put up at hta boarding-housii' I. it I m UreenTVaisiparllla Following Iho reconstruction times he wrote Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything at cured a Hiot uun and mule u March r.moui; ii tin rig our stay, Tbe direct through lino aud old established route it waa not long till we railroads down while Hrown, Limar and I'orsiloby McltoWU A Hta? at 1 1. Iroiu ths lomb.r pile butoouM find no one . , Low nn miy out;. were "thawing out" before a roaring wood others bought thotit up cheap aud then be Urren's K.cetrlc Oil cures all aches and palca. 1 ia told on Col. J. H. Fiah, who Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis by Ucltoberts A SUgg at 60c. I sjllclt a share of your patronage i fire and getting acquainted with our ev wrote them up while tbey unloaded on For sils Respectfully and all points in tbe West. from Pinoville, otonalbly for the pursurrbundmgs, (Ircvu'adoldon Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at strangers. Tnen the nch men would "whack Mvr I. Ji. IIIICCV. Two ('J) Dally Ira I in from LouIstIIIo to Ht. Lenta. ports of attendini; Cireult Cmrt, ia cinfur-rioCVtolltou ii i vtlUtt of 630 or 800, up" to Henry ami dive ia on another rail 51c, at Mcltoberls A Buck's. Tbrt'O (3) Daily Trains from Cincinnati with the drnirnluli on the advimbility to St. Louts. whito nnd black, tho hoU'es soatttrd in al- road. 8 he became rich, and (now ho for a epeoml Only JO hotifH from UuilsflUo aud Cincinnati of potitliuitn tho "Ayre" WKVI& most m irregular a fnhion as thou of Fulfamous." lo t, Louta. nditl n f their almanac for Pinerille, ton, Tenn , and equally os picturesquely, oun man Ctuideu, 1'reble couuy.initi Tho Only Lino by whioh you can olaloiitu tbat the present edition i "away when Thou ihalt go to IiOUMSETfi for all tby euinmer, ilh its pleasant verdure who would be a terror to : boarding house. got a Through Slooping Car oil "in tho time of unrie and Atioanl for CIltlSlUlM U IHli. r.ro-wMtho now bare hunohe. It i high Ha Is a is Itrav'n: II urnn has just rectfrcd direct from Kioui CincluAtl to it. lxuis. tlora not put ulothos farmer lid, sixteen years of ago that placj. He ay the aim 11 lh New York City tli iilcrst and c PATTKKSS )v: toiifc ilil'liilhe lot ever and dry, iu a pinu region, hilly Mid heal- and can do a man's work t the table. On yra.-- for not bins ia -- aTiL ; ut f i.w 3.W) to 5 J) by tirntunt lot Is urclc ol the w ods. tiool uulil 9 o'clock nud la tn hi upp(.iiiico TUT rPVio O Ar iVX. lathecnly lldorunnlag thy. Tiiou ahalt buv Hie iiindlclnin from Bourns eubKrlbmi; XHU J. ihrouiU iroai LoulavlUe Christmas day be was weighed before Itourno'e gixxls are pum Toy life is and Cincinnati to St. L. uls, all other routes being aut of tiiht by two. lt.'sou: time pant it mens to have henaspip la too raluabloto be sacrificed becausoof Icort rem made up of a combination cf small roads. Journal theu after eating and w.ilkiu two Inkrio? Its edlrs. , Prcscrtation of Dead Bodies. iru'. A ferunle college cf decided nrctii mites waa aij'iin weighed and had iucreaied Thou tbalt niirr soon, rcry soon. Hallway runs Ittason: The goose bone market!) this a hard TboOMo A Mlssli'Ippl trains; LuxuriantPalatial Ti b nly of Klward I , who died in 1307 tectural pretentions and large capacity is Iim weight within a fraction of eleven Par-ltileepinii Cars on nllit winter a' d llouine'a toilut artlclta will make decayed 48 year tuib'e on one edge of the rillago and a mile Cars on day trains; lllant Day Coachwa found nit Iheo beautllui above 111 v l luws. (It thou dut gallon and a half of IUu.u (rated pounds. n drinks a es on all train:. not de ire Iu marry, thou vert desire to bo euvtcd qncntly The flwh on tho face wv a little rchool on the other, likewise of ex'enslve milk with his meal Hie friends will waDirect and closj connections to made In UNION lecaueof tny htauty. t, DKl'OTd with dlroiiflug lints by tlioO. A M. proportions. Ilolh arc'has beeni" and but ger Thou shall gobunticg and fishing; Bourne has wanted, but not putrid. Ttw body of that he can do this any day and It has Itallnray, thus aroldlut; troblesomo transthe material who died in 1017, w. b found fioh in SsHnns of their former prosperous selves. been tested more linn once. It is said that fers by other routes. Thou ablt haro n baby, a flddlo. an acrordton. Tint n trlnirs lamps, framoa. nlcturca. mirrors. Tbe Ohio A MIsMsilppl Hallway is the only Una Wuh Twelve Order for Cut Paper Psllcrmof A ini'i out of toivn stands another relic 1700. Thoieof William tho Comiuercr and cf any sue. he is not particular wnal food is placed bewarranted lewelry. ycur own selection between LoulsTille, t'inclunatl and Ht. Louis find hia wife were found perfect in 1522. In of into tisllum grandeur in the chape of an fore hun, so t'nt there is enough of it. i.uu.ut lus iue and the finest lot of randlca undtr one umuageiuenl, running all ita BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, ovi r brought to Stanford. trains through solid and in consequence rem 15G9 three Kiman noldicM, in the drcn of exiei.sive cittern mill, brick, three stnricJ, . .uu ,. in mind that Pourne is the i Uouto beis recognised l'lrst-ClWhen he "falls to" everything within reach cl ver.a in u (txceptlr Cox) aud .the lest man tween those Cities, fully tquipped with arma, 5J0O feet by 80, full of coatly machinery their country, diesppotreas if by ungir. todeal with $3.50 (THREE FIFTY), Apply to ticket Agen. a of connecting line for . from cellar to attic; once running on full "Itukosrid tkiUts bhie, woro duir out ol a peel inw noir AberJeen lull parllcularaas to ratca, time, maps, circuit rtourUxV la Hi" pliusi lur you. jhakepearo or any desired luforuiailou, or write to Thotetepnone is put to n new and contime and workin; up tho cotton of several They were quit freeh and plump alter 'n fan. tbe hilf nt hla glories aud fine gooda UOUT. H. FvJKMAN, bars not been told tboo. Trav. Pass. Ag't ( 4 U. li'j, fou erset, Ky. 'lapnof abmt 1.500 yeiM. In 1717 the counties into suitable fabrics, but now si- venient ui'e in lSruaxels. Gentlemen who W.B.BMATTUC, JOHN K. 1URNAIU bodieaof Lady Kilaylh and her infant were lent and still. Not a wheel turned since wish lo rise eirly, but don't like to, can Pics, and liiii'l Mau'gr, litu. Pats. Ag't, Of till tlio 3Intcnv:lncs. Ciurlnuati, O. XiBB V. HUfrUAK, embalmed. In 1795 they were found as the wur. Everything U carefully preserv- havn a row of tittle bells along the edge of CONTAIMNO STOIilBS PoKVa, LM OTI1E11 1.lTKnanr their beda, which ring vioiouly until they ATTIIACTIONS, CCIMDINIMl AUTUTin, SCI.X. perfect ai In tho hour they were embalmed. ed and the unfortunate stockholders ure rise and etop U e disturbing. Tint', AKU ll(lireltlll)U) llATTflia. were full. The in waiting now for a projected but tardy railEvery future and limb Jlltntrnteil icith Original bird j:irrir-hii.- i, Tho ISirVKttH' H,II)K ta STANFORD, KY. nn'l rhoto'iritr.irm, Oil J'lrttimJiitfu-nht- e A young girl in tne upper part of tho Issued Kriit. ami Murili, fant' feUurea wore a composed an if bo road to set the spindle to buzzing once fine WooilcutK, iinil.hiiit the Jlmlel I cocltyrnr. Iia'3Vi Vnritu flflltc Ht,uih side Vatu Street, two daon o nf AnwrXra, only b?en asleep for 80 yrara. Ufa more, Everj thing about the town ehnrcs country la l.er lip Ir.xin the older nighi had low tho Myers llotl. 8Kill';tncI:r,vltliover Kach Maciulno contains a conpen order rntltllni! while out wleigh riding. Was she alone? ' any pattern illujtralcU Pureh'luotu (izliip Gat admtnlstarel a 3,900 Illiuti-Atloii- t.uiirry. color wjaa fresh and hia flesh ai plump in this ''nipped in the bud" Hspect. And No; she wasn't alone lit) t don't look ho tlie holder to fio cltcllon ofIn that niiiubi r, and In iiquluu iKpartmint wjinio I'iciuro tn tho fmtnon and full m In the perfect low nf health. all are looking f.irward to a "good time disgusted, girh; nhe didn't have a young nny of tho elra manufactured, inaKIng pottt'in AVholeaulo 1'iltca GIVKS tlurliij llievnrof rim Miino ot our tlirre dollars. h'l he mn- - r. tltrrct to eon$umrra an all j;ooij fur The Htn'lrt of infancy and innocence wa on coming" The paralysis of ti.e gieat revo- ui.iu with her; tltkd tho DEMOItKST'8 MONTHLY is Jnhlly fumtly tic. IVUs lioir to IKrsounl or At a llttlo ilIaUncQ it waa diff- lution in Hjuthern life, produced by the World' Model Masaaliw. The l.urcet in l'""1'"5 bin llp order, unil glvc cio-c- cost of cvrry-tliln- g Ijirccft In flrc.ilatlon, nnd Ihe 1)0 Dollar or icult to tell whether Lidy Kllnylh was dead civil w.r, is still upon this "aequosterod you uw, Kamlly MajMrlne lemrd. lasr will ho the 'i ENGLISH." liuvc fun with. eat, drink, atmr, "CHICHESTER'S vcar of tt nubllcallon. It U contlnuolly Thco IXVALITAUI-spot " More recently Carrollton became or alivs na tn place It nt the head Original niil Only Jtiiulue. Tlio and f o catrnivi-lHOOKS contain information Rleiu'wl "WTien ltaby was alck, wo care htrCMtorla, larce wurthtt-lolullai. from the murkrta of the a orlil. Wa , of family Pcriodlrsl . It coniamn hltuliliiii IttlliM" Four of the justices of the United States notorious m the scene of a wholeoalo lnitaueotftblt tlwml'y pr ntwl mi.l fully M VThta sue wm a Child, she cried for Caatoria, quarto. sixllWIiichi-anu oilier, or lajbMO t. RnsTl-h- " avlU malt n, copy FIIKK to nny .ui UK ty "CUlhrtrr' illiiatrittrd. l'uulltlnd ly W. JiJiuiiiui 1). n.o.ut, rrlurn asll. Supreme Court aro over eeventy yearn old, slaughter of colored people, in the court(uniiulu ui roc -- r.KUlr it upon receipt of 10 eta. to Uefrny When slio becama Ulas, alio elnng to Caatoria, uAMr pAPPR, t'hlrhwtrr Vhr mlrl Va.. house, where 13 killed an many wounded "aNDBYSPECIAL AOnCEMCMr COMEt.NED cspriu.u of iitallluc;. '- - " lur txv,m and, as they have served upon that henc VThea abe hal Children, she gare them t'astoria. you. lltsprttfully, VITI1 TME Po1.t hy nrsid'l eTeryuhere. AiX r 'ttUArM ten yeirn, are elifilble for retirement by the dischtrk'e of Winchester rides in the l'lllfc ImM..t over itr's KnstUu" IVnoiruyl MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. hands of determined stun, struck (error iu-t- o at $3.50 Per Year, Interior Jonrnal on full pay. They are Chief JiwiicejWaile For sale by Dr. M h. BOURNE, b'tanfor. SS7 ifc Si'JU WaJioah Avenue, t'hlcnjo, IU the wholocolorod community. The af- end Awociatea Miller, Field and Bradley. GOD IS LOVE lBIl AND NOTHING ELSE 'JIIB aH 187-s- jiiiiMarisi&Y. r. - NEWCOHIS IIITJBJi well-kno- -- 16i-2i- u vrir'iin F. K. rJTRIKBIiTE, Ver-talll- fa JS. II. FOX3 - j'ps.-ijiall- Danville, JSy. iU0-l- m Frames Made to Order. nrajul Coinbiiiattion KY. flrit-das- Weekly Courier-Journa- ci Courier-Journ- al two-mu- h na PI AMOS! LO-JA- re OFFICERS: WorlJ-rcnoHiic- Et-erc- K-il- y, uf-ma- n, O. fc M. ty-s!- e (Ii k I ci K WONDERFUL. SUCCESS. I COMMANDS! vi:irii. r, feaiWj jernorest?s ot ,J Ca-uu- -- ua D EKORESS'S m THE BESA wxjriaasoiv dentiht t d PENNYROYAL PILLS 1 !" od-stre- n ' rr U. Ml IMU'WTWHPJI IWHI r h- - f ! i w rai DANVILLE. BOtLE COUN1Y. Hartford, Conn , suffered a $100,000 firaSundav In which T It Ltughloti, ediIt L Salter sold tu Burgees, of Scott tor nf the lima ws burned to death coun'T 11 cotton mule, 11.3 inches high Jlm Uriifb, 19 ski'ol on the Oilo at $117 60. below Lviisvilts; leo br ke arid ho flitted Stanfoid Ky. January II, IBH7 rtii' night nmrt from Louisville to this down 23 mile bjfora bjln reicued by two point has been very Irregular for a week or fishermen. ten days past W. P. WALION. Fourteen pouches nf letters and a Mr. W 0. Dunlap, of tho Iribune, has Dealer in- waoon lod of newpper were butned In gone to housekeeping in one of the new the railroad accident on the Bkltlmore A IIeniiy Watterson wrote that he could ottages elected by E W. Leo on Main Ohio last week. not Attend (he celebration of Jackson' day street George 8eaver wai shot and killed by at Columbus and do hi duly or in honor Excitement over the contest furlltpre Frank Ltswell at Glasgow Saturday, The sentattve is on the increase undertake to speak to any body of inram and the know affair crew out of tho filing of a suit for di ing bled democrats without recalling the da ones seem to think that either Ureckln- vorce by Mr. Beaver famers ol Old Hickory by name and ridge, Qrubbi or Lyle will bo nominated. A plan H developing to make free the them aa Irniiorc, thus marring Five car load of cotton mules were bridge spinning the Mississippi river at St, the harmony of an evasion meant to be Louis. The great railway lines involved shipped from here to Atlanta this morning, convivial and therefore remained away one by Kice A Fox, of Qarrard, one by are pressing the matter. Ther seemed to hare gotten along pretty A natural gas explosioa, followeJ by I'oters & Kokenbeimor, ot Washington, and well witbout him, however. That noblest fire, destroyed the Andrews block, in three by unknown parties. eld Roman of them all, Mr. Thurman, was Henry Lee, for striking another colorToungstowntO Thos. Branegan, a plumthere and breathed democratic doctrine ed person in the head with a lump of coal, ber, was killed in the ruins. limple and pure, without reading anybody for Thirty nine murders in Kentucky on was on Friday sent to tho work-hous- e eut of the parly, while other distinguished The Intekioii Journal is not wedded Chrl.tm.. .! nrrnu iht mir fAllnw.Mt 60 Any, in defult of payment of a $50 fine. democrats followed suit and made the occa to any particular candidate for governor jail several weeka before be " lion a memorable and a pleasant one. The and will be be satisfied with any good man tens fully appreciated the occasion and its ing tried significance. -- Grayson Gazette, strangest part of the business is that Attor that may be chosen by the party, exceptThe State Sunday School Association Thomaa Stevens, who left San Francisney Geneial Watt Hardin, who has no par ing always Judge Hines, He is too sickly of the Christian Church was in session here of ticular reputation as an orator or a dates a man for the position. What we want is co on a bioycie tour the world in April, several days last week, closing Sunday 1884. arrived at his starting point on the been invited to respond a man of affairs, who can earn as well as man, should have night, Prof. Hopkins, a leader in such 7th and was received with an ovation. to a toast, but be was; and acquitted him draw the salary the State fixes for hii eer Kais-insIt turns out that it waa a drunken en- work, was in attenJance. The main object elf very handsomely. vices. Judge litnes attended to the latter gineer and not the conductor who is re of the association ia for the instruction of with great regularity, but it can sponsible for tho terrible collision on the toachers. The Louisville IW, which is well aware particular charged hardly be that he earned his pay, Baltimore A Obio He ought to be hung. Mr Iiaac Lyons haa gone to Cincinnati f the war that the rote of its city 11 obwhen he was absent from his post for so to undergo an operation for cancer of tL tained, makes this timely sujgestion: A steamship officer on the Alemeda, he was appellate judge. There should be a nice, pleasant time in tho much of the time which runs from Auckland to San Francis toneue. Mr. James F. Zimmerman, late of lovernorship race, if Judge DeHaven en Mas. Cleveland paralyzed the women ct, had a disobedient sailor hold before the the AdrociU, writes to a Danville friend tere. Our correspondent, in announcing and increased the admiration of the men furnace of the engine until ne was roasted that he has secured good employment in Kansas City and that he is well pleased him, said by way of a side remark, that hfi by removing her hat at the theatre the oth- to death. check would be honored for $100,000 er night. A number of other ladies immeThe Olio doctor who refined to testify generally. Mrs Martha McAlister, Miss Mattie Farmer Hani admits that he is wealthy, diately followed suit and the unfortunate as an expert unless paid a $25 fee, mainand rumor puts his figures at half a people in the rear were able for once to get taining that his professional opinions were McAlister, Messrs- - W. D. Moore and Anmillion. Hero Buckner is said to be richer an unobstructed view of the stage. If this his stock in trade, waa fined $25 for con- drew Whitley left Friday for California via. New Orleans, at which point they will than any man in the race and Judge Hines becomes fashionable now, as it likely will, tempt of court. has a wealthy and liberal circle of friends starting from to distinguished a source, the The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania tako the Southern Pacific road for Los All of thee facts make the governor's race public will haye two causes for thankful They expect to be absent until has decided that the law banishing the look very salubrious for the boys and es- ness, the other being that the funny para manufacture of bogus butter or oleomarga about May 1st. Mr, F W Handman has bought the pecially for the Louisville boys. The city graphers will have one leis subjsct to wor rioe, ia constitutional and the manufahas no candidate now in the gubernatorial ry us with. farm of A. T. Hulchines, adjoining that of cture arecloaing down. race and the man who wants the role of the With the Knights of Labor fighting II. Headley, on the Harrodsburg pike A youmq lady of Middletown, N. Y., has ily should know how to get it. the trades unions, the socialists fighting the Thtre la a little over 100 acres in the tract. just been sent to the lunatic asylum, havKnights and the Catholic Church fighting The price paid was $90 per acre. Mr. Tiie Kansas City papers spread them- ing lost her mind because of a lying report all Handman'a widowed mother and her sons, of them, the outlook for labor organizaselves over aTes of space on the 1st to circulated by a devil in man's clothing, dePierce and Ltwis Handman, will live on tions is not very bright. show by the past year what a big future is rogatory of her character. The father of John Taylor fell into a vat ot boiling the place and will take pottession March in store for that great and growing city. We the poor girl has brought suit against the mash in a bogus vinegar factory in Louis- the 1st. are indebted to Judge J. M Philips for scoundrel for $10,000, when he should have The Board of County Supervisors have ville and was boiled to death. We suppose copies from which we gather that real estate used a shot-guor turned him over to the firm will not let this little circumstance gotten through nearly with the west end of transfers amounted to $55,000 000; $15, Judge Lynch and a jury. The man who prevent them from using that mash all the the county and are now at woik on this 600,000 were spent in erecting new build- would retail scandal about a woman, even end. Alphabetically have gotten through same ings; over $75,000,000 worth of mercban-dis- e if true, deaeryesa coat of tar and feathers A German ship, Elizabeth, went ashore with the "GV and will probably conclude was sold; 1,178 new firms went into and then a noose from a convenient limb. on the VirKinia coast Friday night in a their labors Tuesday or Wednesday. They business; over 1,700,000 hogs were packed Tub Louisville Commercial, which is a blinding storm, and its crew of 20 perished. are said to have materially reduced the fi and the population increased over 50,000, department ures made by Mr Bttterton, the assessor. bright paper, hasjuat Five members of the makiug it now 154,252 The grand total of monstrous newsy and also perished in attempting to reach the Intelligence was received last week of indulged in the luxury of new quarters and me ousiness transactions during tne year, vessel. the death at Shrleveport, La., of L. P. Bar- added a Hoe press, capable of printing SO, exclusive of the retail trade, was Gen. Thos. Duncan, is dead at Wash- bee, formerly of this place, better known as 000 papers an hour, lo its ptant. Oa the Kansas City is the city of the ington. He was struck on the head by a "Little Porter Barbee " Also of the insan-it- y a double number and West and those of our citizens who went 19th it will iuue of Prof El Smith, of Indianapolis, son aiA.1lTC IIAltII2N print 35,000 copies, which will contain in cannon ball during the late war, a portion thither have struck it rich. Cleric. addition to the news of tho day and spark- of his head being carried away, and for of the late Dr. Joseph Smith, of this place, 20 yeara its place has been supplied hy a The latter a few days ago met one of his John D. White, who wants to be the ling, comment thereon, illustrations of its silver plate. best friends on the street and without cause republican candidate for governor himself new establishment and its f tit presses". Prnf. G. E. Smith, formerly of Dan ucum ure upon mm wiiu a revolver J'or but knows that Billy O'Bradley has the Gov. Ireland appeals for aid for the ville, shot at Dr. Beszley, of L Fayette, innately the dead wood on the nomination, is trying to shots did no harm and Mr. peoInd., but without serious effect and with- Smith was with some difficulty unarmed. work up a little boom for Judge Holt, of euficrers by the drouth in Texas. The the Court of Appeals. But it won't work ple of 21 counties are affected and many out apparent caue. He Is a brother of At Frankfort Ust week the cas worth a cent. Bradley is the coming man. are without the means of getting the bare newspaprr Bob Smith, and appears to have of Ssrah May vs. Ibyle county for infringe field lost his mind. He was a gallant colonel in the Federal necessities of life. Here ia a broad ment on a jail lock patent was argued beAn editor at Opelika, Ala., who had fore Judge army and having fought with great hero- for those philanthropists who rush to conDiil.xai la Barr, of the United Stales court, ism through four years of bloody war, he is tribute to the fortune of some rich widow, been pretty severe on the whisky men, by Judge Wm. Lindsey snd Gen. I). W Drugs, Books, Stationery and (feK-.just the intn to catch the soldier vote and whooe husband has been prominent, to found his presets broken and his type pied Lindey for plaintiff and Judce Alvin Du M really charitably inshow that they are when he went down to his office the other give the hero of Fort Donelson, who smeltmiivj ni iiuiuui vail, Robert Harding, T O B II and Judge morning and a note giving him 21 hour to ed powder a little himself, a power fun in clined. Iseitty for defendant. Tie gentlemen Net PhTttoUnt rrttrrlpMom irruntrlj (iouttiiri the canvass should he be tne democratic The Paris Seut "ays that Judge Cooper vamoose the ranch. named also represent Ihe counties of Lin The Court of Appeals has decided that nominee. did nut diubir Cirnelison, a stated. He coin, Bjurbfin, Carter, Madison nnd Mer a dog may be a subject of larceny in this only had all his canes transferred to anothcer, defendants in similar stii-A drcision With thousands of republicans still State, but before a person can be convicted is expected in about ten days. Bufr-rholding on to good poet office positions, it er mint, and said tint in tho future he prethe The Largest 8tock of Watches, (Hooks, of stealing such animal, or sent to Ihe penifi'eil sn amend would teem that Postmaster General Vitas ferred that he would not practice before tentiary therefor, its yalue must be provtn nrznment Jewelry and Bilvorware ! ought to busy himself in getting their pla- him It is a'unt an broad s is long. el peiiiior; defendants demurred to both to be more than $10 Km bought loithli ui.rkM rrr, original and amended petitions and it was thn ces filled democrats, instead of going to the Iwit Watches, Clocks n. Je Hrj He-NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The Commissioner of Internal Reven- upon paired on tboit noMco snd Wrnt-- J Ihe demurrer that (lie argument was dancing school and learning how to dance, A Louisville woman fasted 42 days and ue has appointed Harry B. Kiiue. of Ken made. ea the news comes from Washington. II then laid tucky, to be an Internal Revenue Agent over and died. had better be making tho rascals dance to Ten years s;c Mrs Ada Martin, nf Hron-soMiesTiusley'u millinery and Sile'd gro- and directed him to report to the Collector the tude of Rogue's March. Any other Michigan, broke her left Ipjj and par at Nishvillefor instructions. This leaves cery burned at Lawreuceburg occupation or diverthement is almost as and five lives were lost Sam Burdett, Tom Stuart and others still alysis of the limb and loss of speech follow Four hundred bad as Nero fiddling while Rome was ed For some years past she has found out in the cold. by the fire in Madras last week. burning. G. C. Flora, of Campbellsville, has pleasure in making croiy quilts, sendioR to Qorbin Neal, a wealthy farmer of Scott accomplished the gastronomic feat of eat eminint persons for bits of cloth for llip The Louisville Timts is going right county, fell dead from apoplexy. 30 days, and will endeavor patches, Among others she sent to Presi along booming Mr. Carlisle for Senator Sons, dealers, ing 60 quails Kithchild's Beck's successor and that paper hns quite a Cincinnati, have failed for $200 000. to put away 20 others in the next 10 davs dent Cleveland, who sent a patch and a letreputation 'or getting there on most things Cole is tired of the circus bnsinesa and L.B 8mith of the same town, is endeavor- ter. Mrs. Martin received the letter on it attempts. As long aa Mr. Carlisle is selling out his animals at New Orleans, ing to match Flora's task, but is reported Wednesday and nan so pleased that she atthat tempted to rise, and in o doing knocked can be Speaker, he can render the party The Rhode Iiland Horse anoe Works, as growing weak. The two Houses of the Indiana Legis- her son's revolver ofTof a stand near br more service than iu the Senate, and for Providence, partly burned; lo- - $100,000. The House has paBed the Pension Bill, lature met and organlzsd in the new capi-tn- l The pistol was fired of! hy the fall, the ball that reason alone his candidacy for the at Indianapolis, interest centering in the passed through Mrs. Martin's ptraljisd leg, 8enate will not be as popular aa it other- It appropriates for the fijeal year $70,247, .. Senate Green Smith took the chair against Ihe shock restored her speech nnd appa500, wise would. t the demo- rently the leg will he all right Four boys were gibbeted at Sidnsy, the protest of the republicans, after The President is determined to do some .:,:.-i- m SaLLSias3Ss5st-' cratic caucus nominee being elec'el and the pistol shot wound heals New York thing for the family cf his mugwump New South Wales, for outraging a servant a set of prepared rules adopted, siring the Sun. Rirl. Bsecher. He has ap friend, Henry W-trIHIG-GKCZSTS" The First National Bink of Lexing- majority all the power. In the House the pointed his son, II. F. Beecher, a special She "flate you read the aMfcIo on T. ..... . . -- ij republican nominees were elected. 'e ULIVER aDd agent of the treasury department, who is ton owns $400,000 of the last call for 3 per ha. an improvement that Henry Clay in the December Cenluryt" 18 doit imd to make it much moro Cftarlea K. Watts fell from his barn popular than it has ever been. the same young man that the Sanate refus cent, bouds He "2so, but I would lik to very Don t buy a pump until you seo tho BUCKET ELEVATOR, .' a whose first home Omaha, was loft Wednesday afternoon about 1 o'clock ed to confirm as usllector at Port Town much." ting boxes buy the SECTION built in 1854, is no a city of 80,000 in and received such injuries that he died in r,,,:;.."4. .- -j send, W.T. She "You admire him, then?" "uu iuuivUffllBT He lived on the Lancaster RANGES. NEW ARAZnw a nnnir ujL.u a few minutes. habitants, -- .... wwu ceo, He "I have never met him personally, vrio, Bko. Kellkk's Mercury is not a good . AlHO a 70neral lino flf Hnrrlnrnrnlno..... Tne author of ''The Arkansaw Travel turnpike, four miles from Richmond, and o.w onu, mmo, cement Flue til weather test. Last week when other po er," Prof. Joieph Ta), is dead at Coving- had been at work about the premises all but I havo smoked a great msnr of his ci- - ing, &c. gars." pie's were marking zero, hi went up to 21 ton, aged 85 ) W It McKINNEY. the morning and went to the barn, When i;ii)inoi:h f balcvmen, Mose Sohaumburg plunged into the bri- AUdUriT f We suppose it is bet that we furnish a diIn 1830 300.91S steerage paisengers f und, he wan sittine in the barn door, but ny waves to rescue his wife. When subse agram to this joke. You ser, B o Keller were landed at Cistle Garden, or 10 739 was unconscious. Richmond Roister. puhlieliPH that excellent weekly, the Car- more than in 1885 quently asked how he came ti display such Judge Hubert Biyd, of Laurel county, lisle Mercury, and it arrived at the unusual An earthquake in Algeria destroyed a is a Republican of ability and correct heroism, he solved the mystery bv saying: age, for newspapers, of 21 years. J trown He says that "no republican in ''Vat you dinks, vould I iet Jlept-ccnumber of houses, killing several persons judgment before mine own eyes, ven dnie diamonds offico ought to wait for President Cleve and injuring others. JuDdE DeHavfn, circuit judge in the The commissions of 155 presidential land to cive him a palpable hint In leave." VAt she had on vas alone vorl more den two 17th district, and one of the finest lawyers postmasters will expire during the months And by tho same token President Cleveland tousend tollars, eh?" -a ia the State, is announced as in the ring for immm3dSrrmiuK-j ought to give such hints with a greater fre Captain McMickan, of tho Canard line the gubernatorial nomination. The judge nf February and March, from that has At Jackson, Tenn., Scott Pickler, aged quenay if he hopes lo escape made 800 trips across the Atlantic and ia Bound in every respect and would take C. J. 13, shot Chanter Dodd, aued 10, through rheumatism of his. nine trips tn India, having stiled altogethto the highest cfSce in tho State a ripe In the debate in the U. S. Sanate on er nearly 1 300 000 miles and looked at knowledge of its affairs and some fine tbea the heart, killing him instantly. The Pope has nude arrangements to the bill to give a pension of $2,000 h year to about fcWO.OOO.OOO worth of cargoc.-- N. riea for Improving them. moye hi i government to Monaco iu case of the widow of Gen. Lottan, aa was done for Y Telegram. in his mighty wisdom haa killed Italy becoming involved in war. Falcon the widow of Goo: Thnmvi and Hsncock, General Roger A. 1'rynr lately real-i.)- d oil all the gubernatorial candidates but The man WUer, who killed John it was slited that Gen. Logan was wounded $100,000 in a speculation in railroad tlm army, Buckner and gives it as his opinion that Curry Miller in Washington, has been in- five times during his service in securities. He came lo New York eoon contracted rheumatism the next dsuocralic State ticket will be dicted for murder and refussd bail. and that ho had Buckner and Wolford, a mingling of the Thompson, Stewart & Co, Cinciunati, of which he died on the bitllflhld of after the war without a dollar in his pocket, blue and the gray, which he thinka will wholesale dealers in uiilliuary, xsigned. Fort Done'son, where ho lay in the enow land now hns a legal jirnmice of twenty IhouBUwl dollars a year. N Y. Herald. weep the State like a cclone. Liabilities $00,000; asseta about $45,000, all night, which is all bosh, of course. S 'mi-tech- lg $ ntmorottrmtl Tub ssloonUts at Midway refute to pay irg $500 license and hnvo ostensibly close) down, thereby putting that town on the list of "drys" The saloon men are raiding Cain and pay that they will elect a bsard nf trustees in Mured tht will lower the li cense The Clipper artt ther wont be able to do this and tie upihot of the business will be the adoption of toe it option. The paper coutinues. "Ordinarily we are opWe do not believe posed to local option it an available mens to attain the end sought. We believe the system of high license is pre'erable, and experience has proven it morn practicable. But when any set of men doing business in any community by sufierance or privilege, as certainly saloonists do here, attempt to control a local government md run it in their own iotereits, it is time for the unquestionable citisins to marshal their forces and drive the usurpers to the wall after the most extreme fashion. th- - A 'Mm Hi, WAIffQB, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBAC- COS, &c, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, i IStantord, is.y. 1 ""7 The following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: An-gelo- s. , Citron, Layer and Seedless Currants, Figs, Prunes, Minee 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 i 4 n NECESSARIES OF LIFE, $290,-104,80- 5. All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. LiiL-ofMontloiill- o, Wmw9kW Alister PHARMACISTS, ifi&$S: s JEWELERS. e W n, OLIVER- PLOWS. i- m-ai-n sv$rrtinimmmpn3mm& : .gSCsEjgifr. ao cutter, tbtovt .wM,B.t .:il..n: il. "W. T31. otr .. r. .vrl a wan jraper, Furniture, JLMi WvJm .v?i Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Full and Oompleto Stock of the above and prices as low as tho lowest. B. K. WEAREKT, - " - Wai, , -s mmmimBBipmmtKmnt ttum .mmitimMnraiuratmntuammtiimKt.itMtimtmnwuKmK " GAnRARD COUNTY OEPARTMENT. Trunin- - n n Him n millinri n in in nil mmwiiikb Stmt-fff- tl rcHl 1 3$ ulf rinr I a nrnsl " Stanford, Ky January 11. . - x7 The Executive Rurd of the TatH'e will f 15ip'l"M Aoclt'ion C) , near Creel: M) ua A of J Wtelnc-itUr12 h. Mr. KtriH Mountain, biirnel lnl week, Lim m"Mt ki It i'iim'1'l John G. L'l.n will rtitenil iik memburof the hIj.ipjsoo I'liK-iw-mlll Coal t'i iiihi hi rnT mtrnTI che.p t T A. R. Wrflton'. M Ha Ronrd Lanemtnr The (5'jurt of rUnna insets tin third mil in this month instead ol the fourth o I TiiKiSiumxn ckhh in wt lor Iriiil Huin Unler date of Jtnuiry l.h Riv. R. H. The K. C. will pit on a regular paiaen t Ihimrrm if Hie Ml. Vernon court, but UuHlnuHu Mnnntror. B. O. WALTON. Mahour wrile hit tie wan holding a meet ger trtiii in about one month which will it will not l)n trie'l we learn. ing at Rlo'imfi ml, Fl , wbloh for genuine i pass hern going north at 5 A M , returning IIML b4HU. A H. I. I wim piy the owli fur walnut loj de awnkpning o' the mple on the fl'ihjeol of al itbiii' 9 r m. religion, he bad f llmmed iti eqiial. II. T. Nwl b Might of J. P Sandifer - 2 10 r. m. livered at the Stanford depot, either by the Mill train going North The ordlnitlooof Rtv IVrcy Q E oui, a lot mi Lexington avenue for which he IS r. M, tingle log or a cudosd. Bouth .Ii 1 14 M A U Sine. 4. Uipitia train" rtouth.... tho Utpti'l church hero, will Norh 'iiai.u Roskiit Maktin, a fireman ontbe Knox pator of Hunilay, nt 11 o'clock, when a doz- pud $800. Mr NhI will go to work at next once to erect a umim uliolir dwelling house. The kim U calculated un atandard time. Holsr ville lirmch, wa bully maahed between en or mnrn divine are expected to be presMessrs, Joe Wirthnm and Marshall tela .about 20 luinuti iMtnri two cara nl Libtnon Junction Friday. ent. There will be preaching at the church Eason, two mechanics of this place, left . 4 H0TICSS. LOCAL nl..hi TlIK Cimberland river bridge haa been next 8aturitlsi week for Birmingham, Ala., to take I5uv your School Hook from IVnnjr h advantage; of the boom that city is enjoyfully repilred and the Cincinnati Kauthern LArtu j lo-.- ' hu CHOP McAliater. ta now running freight and passenger tralna ing Pain-Cur- cr Arte your crocer for tho Cincinnati !! has Tho Mrs, Walker Ltndram, accompanied aa urual. Fifty tons of hay ready baled, for sale, kery Co.'h cracker and cake. effects by Master Claude, arrived from Washirg-to- n W ATCitra and Jewelry repMrod on ahor The town clock atopped ehort yesterday John Bright, Stanford, -- Bedford, of Bmrban.sold 30 1,012 lb. Territory Thursday on a visit to friends aollcfl and warranted by Penny A McAlta for the flrat time in a year or two, but Ctpt, and relatives in this county. Dr. R. C tr. Richarda aoon had it going ngiin. Wttr cattle to Moea Kihn at $ 105 HUNTriw, Attt.ntioh. Loniled Cart. A good jtck for sale. Apply to M. O. Morgan is visiting friends in Columbia, rldicr, all tw of ahot, at l'enny A Mc got In a cog and fron, waa the cause of the Ky. Mr. W. F. Browning, of Maysville, Vandeveer, 3 miles from Stanford. It Allcler'a. trouble, -- . i. Foil Sale -- 12 he id of high grade fat wss in town Sunday. Eld. G. W Yancey atock of jewelry, latwt A ooMri.rTK A Sunday Fciiooi. Inatiltiin will bgln cows. Apply to R. H, Bronaugh, Crab has returned from Missouri and occupied style. Hockford watcliea a apecinlty. Fenat IheCtirialian church Friday night to Orchard. Ky. ny A McA Hater. his pulpit at the Christian church Sundty. 4t continue over Sunday. Klder Ales C. John Rriuht sold to Lige Montgomery Mrs. B, M. Burdett has been ill for several PERSONAL. Hopkina, State evadgellat, will conduct It. the 27 nice Rrkst.ire sboats advertised in days but is much Improved now. Garrard's MERCHANT TAILOR, newly elected sheriff, Thos. B Robinson, Mu. (1 A Kwinkuhoad hat remored He la aaid to be a auperlor muaician. this paper, at 3 cents. to bia farm near Uriitht. Col. Treaoy has bsen offered $1 000 for haa entered upon the discharge of his du8ome of the blackamith toota of Jamra I have received and still receiving 1'jior, and Miw. AiiHr.it Koocita went Moaler, of Rowland, were found on the his fine thoroughbred Btnburg, ties with Wm, Liwson, Jr. and Curt O, to Cincinnati Friday by King Ban, and $3,000 for hie colt Repe Robinson as deputies Ttr banka of Dix river, near Roone'e Ford yes Miih Owxi.r.Y Dunn, of Richmond, ia terday and hla friendafear he wm drowned lition, by Red Wilkes. Ibth offers have Speaker Carlisle says he is not a canwith her ainler, Mra. J. K. Bruce. been refused. Comprising the beit In the market, which will be in attempting tocroaa the river. didate for U S. Senator, but would accept Mn. and Mai J II. Swore are on a Farmers who raised tobacco laat year Ootton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Hono in City or Country. A Michigan man cut off a It ia enough to mike a better man than to sell al $2 6(1 per hundred are now buying yiait to her mother, Mra. 8. II. Kini; limb, GO feat from the ground, by firing at your bumble aervant ewear to read in the hay at 75 who ii Give Me n Trial. Lt. LucirN YouNH.of the cents. That is the way farmers Janu-ar- r He was it, the job requiring 07 bullets the prince of good fellow.i, waa here yrater Huatnnvllle letter that our papera of Breckinridge News. make their money. after honey. 4th have not reached there yet. Vilaa day. Dr Graves farm of 305 acres in Scott At a joint caucus of the republicans of McKonr.rrre hiw returned ought to let up on learning to dance and county sold to John Hall al $00 GO and an Miu II J. from a visit to Mr. Mnttie Grundy at Leb. turnaomeof the trifling racala out of the other tract adjoining a $80; corn $1.15 per tho Minnesota Legislature ex Governor Cnshman It. Divis was nominated for U. mail service. anon, shock and yearling cattle at $23 per head 8. Senator. OrMibsJkan Ucchanan, of Crab Gentry Bros, bought yesterday from Xhe cntdeat wave of the eeaaon was mov The latest estimate of the number of chard, la TiaitinK at Mra. A. A. McKin tng in Minnesota Saturday, the mercury Curry A Rue, of Mercer, 23 mules, of which Jives lost br the burning of the steamer neyV abowlng CO" below xero. Fortunately we 20 are green and 3 broke, at $114 per J W. Alcoiih, R 0. Warren and K got only a amall portion of the tail end of head. Lee, Hudson Co sold this week J. M. White, at Blue Store Landing, on the Mississippi, Dec. 13, is 65. C. Walton are attending circuit court at it, tho thermometer marking 10 yesterday one d of cotton mules, 15) hands William Pearson has been sent to the Vernon Jit. morning Aright sharp snow accompa- high, at $110 per head, and one load, 14 penitentiary two years and a half for em. Junor: Haun.ky haa cone to Waahlnf nied the wave. bands al $100 Jake Htiguely sold lo b xzltng $30,000 from the American Biptist ton to aee Mr Cleveland about that Terri LihtnanA Rro 50 cattle, averaging 1,580 Publication society at Pniladelphia. The iHTKnton JouitNAi. haa added an pounds at $4 35 per cwt. -- Danville Advo judKrahlp. torial Dealers la a I klca of- The salaries and mileage of the UnitMas. Monie Dokn, of Lower Oarrard, other new press to its outGt of five, all of cate. ed Stales Senators last year amounted to who haa bon vlaitins at her father', Mr which are now new, and the beet in the HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. market. Our Job department ie not ex$384, G37GS, and the salaries of officers, home to day, G, T, McRoberla, return" Mrs L .Vinuisdale has rented her clerks and employes of the Senute to $334, John R. Finn, our "Fiable," of Fine-Tlll- celled outaide of the cities, nor cm any and J. W, Hrown, of Ml. Vernon, reputable office in the State beat ua In ex- farm to her brother, Walter Hudson, and 201. GO. will live with him. Al Larned, Kansas, Dtniel Clark has two eminent legal light, were here Fri cellence of execution or cheapneat in priTeachers who have not sent in their recovered from the Atchison, Topeka and ces. day. . ...... i.i .... Santa Fe Rkilroad Company $02 000 for Mn. M.D IIuailErtwAahereieMerdayt A man with a (Uirl gun filled with a registers will please do so as early as possi with a chemical compound of some kind, built a ble. They are needed in making out a re- property destroyed by fire, and $15,000 for He will go to Whichrater 9 the loss of bis wife, who wss burned lo view lo leninc the Sun and changing it inbig fire in front of court tquare Saturday, port to State superintendent. This is dated on the lOtb, with the re death at the same time. to a democratic luminary. SWUREYS,- out of plank, tar and coal oil and then al By the collision of freight trains on Cot.. Isaac R. Dili.eu haa been ap- moat In an inntant put it entirely out with mark that no copy of your issue of Tueeday pointed Consul General at F.'orence, Italy. a few rquirts, The exhibition waa for the a. Hi int has yet reached this omce. it is the Williamstown and Northern railroad, He married a Mim Hledace, aiater of Mra. bentfit of the City Council, who were much complimentary to the paper, however, to In Pennsylvania, Sunlay, Conductor lha John OwIey, of Cnlcigo, forioerfy of this pleased with lla work The patent ia known note that its failure to appear haa created ry Hubert and Wm. Martin were killed and their bodies badly burned, and brake- county. aa the Perfect Hand Fire Extinguisher and great disappoiotment. Gratu, Wool, Heeda, Feed, Coal, I,tiinber. Etc. with a car- man Harry Knox and fireman Phillips J. W. Givens slartn RiciiAiiD, President of the ells for $1 a gun, which holds a quart of Mk. 0 h load of mules and horses for Lexington, were kWled. Lincoln Land Company, waa here laitweek the wonderful fluid. The sales of railroads under foreclos-urlooking after ila aflairaand found that the Miai.andG.M Givens with a car-lo- ad Orn creamery manaeers are either mors of mules for Atlanta, Gt. Hunn & Givens in 18SG numbered 15 corporations of will be even gretler than he had loe honest or have lesa business sense than are getting up another venture in cattle for 7,087 miles extent, of $170,140,500 funded uppoaed. else our city markets. debt, and of $203 909 200 capital stock. Dk. Pkyton wan called by telegraph those who handle such enterprise In nearly every cae, except hue, Several changes in our population have The capitalisation amounted lo $314,109,-70of Mr. where fialtmWr night to attend a little eon T, J. not including, of course the lljating JameaMiret, our excellent Ml. Vernon when it waa found that they wouldn't py, occurred during the holidays. correspondent, who waa very ill, but Ii now a cnnfl tgration followed and a big insur Hatcher, the lightning shoemaker, haa indebtedness. ance policy showed up. The latest in- uuyed to the Mrs, Settle hou-- e. Tiiouisb Controller Djrham proposes lo ei romewhtt improvrd. Dii John H Coorr.it, Ute the popular stance of the kind was at Marshall, Mo, Hedge and wife, both of whom are old and force a disused statute by withholding their -Doalor In- where amther creamery went up in smoke very infirm, have broken up housekeeping salaries from persons now in the service of and ompetent government fjmrlcrmaater'a and another insurance company wa tared Mid gono to live, the foraitr wit'i a brothtr the Government who appear to be indeb'ed lent, who married Mii Jal Rxld, of thi county, the latter with i.er thereto in any manner. (.Vrtainly this county. ba gins into the drug bii'lneoa at Cait. Tom RiciiaiiDJ baa changed the in liiuibon City and I', we aro ghil to know, hours for theSundav malldelivery to from 9 ucuhew, Jimmie Bryant, who has removed seems to be right. No business man pxjs Kan nn employe when that employe owes bi ji, ) prospering, like Hie real of our cil'tina who to Muldlcburg. to 10 a. m., and from 2.10 lo 3 v. m. Hrr-tn- l The question of "organ or no organ" in un'esa rs a favor went tbittiHr clay In the 're he haa spent mist of the was to huve been deL'Mtireen Cougti IUImm fr cousin and roMs. office, even 'o ctting his dinner there. The the Christian church local tar refis. cided onSjnday las ; but I have not been 1'ilcH Sfle, For sale by McUaberti A Sta. prsent arrangement bIvss hi in i chance to The supervisor are still hanl at work ttke bis breakfast Matirelv on Hundnv and able tolctrn the result. Riv, J. C. They are endeavoring to tqtial rs the aa is still preaching to interested con it i isKabrs ts. A Slinre of .tut I'ufromiKO Ih very Jtopecta'ully Solicited. Ii dlr.e at home, which he Is never able to sMsmeuta and have therefore rtdticed alout gregations every Sund.iy at the Prebylen do on the o'her dsvof the week, the K C. aa many aa tbey have raied. and there is probability of bis mail stirring him out at G in the morning an church, LU.UIiEIt. Prompt Paying customers will flt.d it to their advantago to "give the contiiiuirg during the year. Rey Mr Til K streets cie very slick yesterday Tho new arrangement suit the public Colt man will probably continue to servo I liaTo for lalo all dlmentions of seasoned yel' young man a chance." and Ihero waa ma' r a fall. Tne moat seri- rerv well. We want our Sunday's mail. the Biptist church. The Christian church low ronlar framing material. Contractor! or nar tlfs wlahln to bay will find it to their Intrnat was that of Squire M. C. IVirlman, who lcit wo don't want to work n man all day M. WATERS, Salesman. ous W. is not yet supplitd with n minister lo cm on mo. it ti wit. fell and hurt himself considerably in one to get it. KM.lui. Stanford. Ky. in the West End still con Christmas UARRIAOES. lR. tinues in full blast. Tne fusilade of Sat It was rumored here ytaterday that urday night, headed by El Hood, with a Tur. Yoxmitc Son of December 113 J NOTICE TO CIlEDlTOItS ! galloping in Saturday out of breath Mi Jennie Rucbannn waa to be marriel following of 15 or 20 little tatterdemalion eime Persons haTlng cUltui agalnat Benedict epalil- from having made the trip of 21 miles In 21 list night at Louisville to a prominent darkies, nnd kept up till midnight, was suf Ing are requeicd to preunt them properly vcrl days The Sevn ia a fat paper, and don't Osrensboro physician ficiently horrible to make the devoutest fled to me Immediately. Tl (7. IPK.C', Arthur Y Frd, the bright young ed- christian swear eft" his allegiance and join 18S-you forget it. Trustee Hen. Spalding. itor of the OvenshoM Inquirer, wis married the ranks of infidelity. The 25: b of DecemA man who can pay hie debts and won't ia trenn, on the 31 Inst, to Misa Either Rrown, ber has generally been calendared as ChristHe 2STO 2917. do It must feel very mean. daughter of Dr. Rriwn. of Clovcrport. mas day. Udage has sanctioned the consewhether lo feels aa or not, and the man REPORT OF THE CONDITION Cap', Sam M Gaines, deputy clerk of cration of un entire week to its religious wV.0 nitkea no effort to pay his ia ful'y aa -- or Tim- lh Court of Appeal, Frankfort, will be observance. But the line ought to be drawn mean. Roth would steal outright, if they married in this city etrly next month to somewhere and I would submit to a candid respectable coultl do so and pvs for Mls Laura Weslfall, a sister of Mrs. John public whether eight consecutive nights of National Bank of Hustonvillo. Drngg, Wines. Mimical Wall Paper, The ( leen City Coal Company is in 0. Rust. The marrlace will take place ' piety and powder is not sufficient for the In tho Stato of Kontuoky.at tho oloso of Chemical. Liquor Ilookt, juiHiriiemeuuH down for the pres- the Epi'copal church and will he a social t'learH, (Stationery. trouble and baa closed Business, T'co 28, 1880. Pocket PnlutM. . fulled exhibition of orthodoxy and order; Mouaccon, Hoapn, uuiiery, UHh, Hopkinf- - while in a sanitary view of the case it might ent, owing to an attachment run upon ila ersnt nf no small Importance. Machin Arms, Perfumery, JLampH, Fire plant. Mr V M. Howard was here Friville South KeMur-Man-, HESOUIICKS. seem that a longer protraction of euch serNeedle. 182,000 83 day arranging to begin operations in a few and devotional, Loans and discounts vices, however edifying fiFI '"'O'JJ. 2,3U 02 Overdrafts dya. . would damage the health of the devotees, U.S. UoiidstosocureClrcul.ttlon 12,900 00 The sale o' pew. n Riecher's church and, perhaps tend to a weakening of the Due from approted reserve agrnta 0,291 60 the great circus clown, haa Al Fikliu, of $870 over significance of the ordinance. 17,365 0) Duo from other National Hanks eWen up the eawdmt rinr. for the burnt-co- rk renlixed $27,SG1; an increaan 301 41 Duo Itom Htato Haks an I Knkeri him a last year- - First clnlce sold for $700. prof salon, and gathrreil about 1,500 00 Ileal Kstate, Furniture and fixtures A rat hr.nl at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, -- Eld. W.W White, of Nicholaavillr, campany of minstrels that are said lo be Currmteipcnses and taxes paid 28169 in 2.743 rnt tails and 2,48'J mice I'rcmiumi paid erjch 3,573 13 - in every respect. He is up north and his wife diul in a few hours of ila- 213 CS Checks and other cash itcun now, but beiiing down this way, nnd will p'her. They were over four scoro each. Tho republicans of the Indiana Home Itllls of other Hanks 2,931 CO Armour, the Chicaco pork packer, is be here rueaday night, Febuary 1. There's 3.M7 88 (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) of Representatives relued to hear read the Swle p itting some of the money he is making in LegaMcnder notes - 3,000 00 fat ahead, euro. message of the democratic Governor Gray, Kedcmptton fund with U d. Treasurer a Mission churc which he ia building at 3t:e3-a.:r.- .. 6C2 50 I)rATH. Mr Chsrli A Rfdd, Jr. die 1 a oat of 5200,000. 15 per cent, of circulation) Grand Sentinel, a stallion valued at of preumonia at his home near $25,000, died at KaUimuo, Mich.,cf blocd Total JI35.5C2 86 Rev J M Rrure has been engaged to Iiuddmly last Friday, aged about 35 preach for tho Raptist churoh at Crab Or- poisoning. 1,1 A 11 1 LIT I K.S. 830,000 00 yes.rs. He was a man of many excellent chard every 4th Saturday nnd Suni'nv, beThe Hotie Committee of Military Af Capital Stock paid In 4,000 00 of character and was liked by all who ginning with this month. villi report in fsvor of an appropria- Surplus fund traits fairs ana la printcu every 'lueioar and Friday. it Is wajko 4,518 c3 Cont otn..loht racracfeaht column etch, profits rebuilding tho barracks UndividedIlank notes outstanding at 82 40 tcr annum, noatice rUI. Tenons who can not take tbe Dally Commercial (lazeflo and knew him. His parents and other relatives 11,250 DO National Cr inches are reap ii Mercer county, tion ol $100,000 for than onco a week, will find tbe fccinMVcekly an admirable paper. wbo want thenowaolWr.tr haye th sympathy of many friends in and now is the. tim to supply yourself at Newpoat above Ihod tide. GI,"J 72 Individual Dcxnits aulject to check 4,737 61 who ih eaid to Die to other National Hanks heir great sorrow. Ferdinand Genther, Institutions. One with those much-prlis...SI35,CG2 8( Total hayo been the first man to brew lager beer Tetmi of Subscription by Mail: voung ladles and gentle sold down there the other day for $20 Sevkuu. of the KKNTUCKV, I M' in the United State, 40 years ago, died at STATK OK of Lincoln, The Rev. A II Ball, pastor of the I County organised a club, the initials c,f One year (Including Sunday) .. 112 men have ..St One year (omitting Sunday) 8' months. ' ... 7 09 " Springfield, III , College Point, N. Y , aged US years HI months. " V. Hocker, Cashier of the abovo named which are R L C. S anford cor. Louis Central Baptist church of I, J. s ., ISO Tbree months, " formerly General Passen- Hank, do solemnly swear that the abovo atateuieut Tbiee months, B. 8. Fitch, told that chaplain of the lower House in the last ville Commercial. When It is has ger Agent of the Chesapeake & Ohio, has is truo to the bent of my knowledge and belief and eloquent, J. W. IIOCKKlt, Cashier. Bailey Hill, Walker McKlnney, Ed Wal- legislature, nnd both able says he been appointed Western Freight Agent cf Subscribed and awnrn to lioforo mo thli 7lr"May eeversl other young gentlemen alia resigned his pastor tin bfcause he ton and 11. 1 I'EACOCK, N. 1. U O. onalitiDgolEtwingllachinM, Improyed Waterbury Watche, Oold Pens, Pencils, Valuable ilii Pennsylvania line; headquarters Den- of Jan., 1837. c, will le iten in the paper, sample copies free. sro eligible to membership hss camo to tho conclusion that "close the ilarly Correct Attest: Co). His salary will.be $1 000 a year, ") ladies communion" ia wrong. He will go to the ver. KDIT4BD ALCOBN, CUMSIEKGIAJj GAZETTE CO., in this club and that they say all the T. J. ItuyiNhU.t, Directors. Cangregationalists, believing In their doc- and he has ell the Western territory under C1NIINNATJ. Ii. !. I'lWKLl. (656 aro by the same sign, it is CHsy to under his supervision. trines and form of church government. I stand what the initials stand fur. nc irreo If Inst week ntaur tho world aro instantaneous. 5 ... ur 1 - inim most wonderful known. Its ever Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Fall and Winter, five-inc- Nr, car-loa- WEAR EN & MENEFEE. Farming Implements and Machin ery, In-d- ay Fine Buggies, telg& Spring Wagoxxsj, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, e 0, JOE F. WATERS jour Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass- and Queensware, Etc. - Stanford, Ky. Main Street, Rm-dulp- h ii)i M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, -- & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. ,- DEAIjBIW in tvaH Genuine O. Salts in Kulk at Wholesale ntl -- I retail. first-clas- s WEEKLY 'Xhc GAZETTE! T- onsriLrsr $1.00 .a. Semi Weekly Daily Commercial Gazette, Our Preniiuin Tilt: JJit sfl-cte- d , . - - .., I ,,.,, lu wepiiejwijteiieTjaqwaawaawaaBaaKaaaaaaiaBaai I il1""; wnM'pw ,m jin 41 V I? THE CABLE BUSINESS. Vi'e HOW CHICAGO SENDS MESSAGES TO EVERYBODY AND EVERYWHERE. lYIrlne; tlio Antipodes Tlio I'nur Corner of din llnrth llroiiRlit Cloao Smiling Oljilicr Dlnpntclirs Of Interest to tlio Futillr- "Tho general public has no Idea of the oxtcnt of tho cnblo business in CIiIcjiro," said Business Manner Fcltoii, of tho West-cUnion Telegraph company, in rcsponso to rjueetions put to him by a, reporter. "Nor havo many people an adequate conception of tlio vigorous manner In which cobles nnd land lines havo been spread over tho universe," bo added. "Thero nro now, I boliove, eight cables between North America and lluropo. They averago 3,000 miles long, and in all the 'world I understand there aro roniothlng like 100,000 miles of subtuarlno telegraph linos. South America is connected witli Kuropo by a cnblo from Lisbon, Port'igul, to 1'crnaiubucn, llnuil, a distunco of 3,333 nautical mill. This is Two cabled connect tho longest cable. Florida with tho island of Cuba, and ono from Cuba to Aspinwnll on tho Isthmus, nnd another to Hio Janeiro. From Trinidad, tho most southerly island of tho West Indies, a cnblo follows tho const lino of Ilmr.il clear don to Montevideo in Urugniy, touching nt many ports. Thero nro intern cables crossing tho North sea and tho itrnlts of Dover. Two cables connect England and Portugal, nnd ono cnblo connects England nnd Spain. Nearly a scoro of cables Ho beneath tho MediterOno extends tho cntlio length ranean. of tho Ited sen. from Suez to Aden, thciico tinder tho Arabian son to Bombay, across India, under tho Bay of Bengal to Pcnr.ng nnd Singaporo on tho JIalny peninsula, thenco north under tho Gulf of Sinm nnd China 6ea to Hong ICong nnd China. This is known as tho Indo route in tho east, and extends to Yokohama and Yedilo, Japan. "A cnblo under tho Pea of Japan connects Nagasakio with Vladivostok, ouo of tho lcot remote points in Siberian Russia. From Singapore a cablo touches Jnvn and Even Sumatra nnd roaches Australia. tho Island of Tasmania, lying south of Australia, is connected with tho rest of tho world by cable, nnd so is New Zealand. Tho groat African cable, completed some years ago, ctxends from Aden, Arabia, to Natal, ono of tho cxtrcmo southern ports of Africa. So, you see, tho four cornors of tho earth havo been brought pretty closo together by tho great cables which Ho, somo of them, nearly four miles beneath the surface of tho ocean. The only thing now necessary to complete ! electrical circuit of tho world is lo lay a M' under tho I'aci lie ocean, and I underbtun : ' it a project is on foot, nndcr tho ablo leadership of Cyrus "IV. Field, to connect Japan and San Francisco via tho Sandwich Islands." 1H.SSAOE8 SENT EVERYWircnE. If thou and 1 had never net! Had never known tho wild regret; Our hearts been formed to soon forget: Had never shed thow scorching tears, Tliat dimmed our eyes, nml aged our years, And wrecked our souls' unknotting rcttf Wn lost; yet wcro It vrlw or well If nercr we had known r enredr WHO CAN TELL? lost; yet conliHt thou deem It best EXPERIENCE WITH A A StAR. DJR. W. B. PENNY, DKNTI3T, XHAWTTHATSHIHT If nu'er our oiil' wealth had been bnred. And nil our went nml woo be n spared? If note r our two souls hod nm Their eourso enru free, then bljnt os one? Mayhnp 'twere best I cannot tell. Wo. m i lot; yet nil the grief Dd woe. The bllgtiU-- years of care and pain, Hopes that like hedgo bound leaves have bin Along my path, the sUifo so vain, The bliss so distant os to seem Hut as tho fabric of a dream. My tout deep treasures. Tli.ill knowl -- M. Eileen Holahan. Tlio Colonel nnd tho Soldier. Col. Stephen A. Walker is now United tSatcs district attorney nt New York city. Walker had served the Union In tho innocuous osition of assistant paymaster. Ono dark day whilo Mr. Walker was sitting in his ofileo wondering how long ho would bo compelled to "loaf," on nccount of tho inability of I'nclo Sam to uy his boys in blue, n prlvato soldier walked in, and confronted him. Tho soldier belonged to a Connecticut regiment. Imnglno th? paymaster's surprise when tho following conundrum was put to him by the soldier: "Say, when do you expect to pay us We haven't had n cent men, nnywnyP now in three months." Tho assistant paymaster glared nt his visitor, and told him neither politely nor busireligiously that It was none of his ness. This was far from satisfactory, and tho soldier proceeded: "But it is my buMiiess, nnd thnt k why I am here. Tho men aro not treated with tho slightest justice, nnd if tho United State ain't nblo to pay them, why you can havo a draft on n New York bank for tho amount duo my regiment." Of course there was no alternative left to Col. Walker but to regard tho Connecticut private as a crank. It remained only to bo euro just how dangerous a crank ho was, w im- i .T r I "Aro all of these cables which you havo mentioned used by Chicago people1" "Yes, indeed. Thero is not a cablo in tho world that is not frequently burdened with messages from this city. It is prolablo that there is not ono telegraph office in tho world to which w Jinvn not transmitted messages, cither for residents of Chicago or for persons living in our territory I sometimes wonder whero all tho cable jmsages como from. If an ofllco wcro to bo opened on tho coast of Kamschatka, or in lower Fntagonia, or up somo place near tho north pole, it is probable that in less than twenty-fou- r hours somo Chicago man would want to send a message there. Tho cnblo business of tho office is something enormous, and just now It is increasing at tho rato of 700 or 800 messages weekly. This is duo to tho fact that tho rates havo been so much reduced on messages to England, Franco, and Germany, it being with theso countries, of course, thatthe bulk of our business is transacted. Cablo messages aro carried very cheap nowadays only 15 cents a word to Germany, nnd only It! to France and Enlgaud. Sco how cheap that is. "If you aro a business innn, often using tho cables to communicate with other busiBesides, ness people, you uso a cipher. your nnmo nnd address, and tho nnmo nnd address of your correspondent also, aro registered at tho cablo office, so that in tho messages ono word sufilecri for the address, and ono for the signature. Ono cipher wonl may carry your whole message for Ino stance, tho wonl 'orange' may mean, you to bell January wheat nnd buy pork.' For tho word in tho address you pay nnd signatures all count 12 cents addi-e-wiu cable work for tho bignaturo 12 cents, and for tho cipher word or tho messago itself 12 cents more. That makes only 8G cents for a messago from Chicago to London or Paris. Why; n message to Ashlnnd. Ohio, or Anoka, Minn , or I'ural oo, Wis , or Now Orleans would cost jou more money. A very largo portion of our cablo buiainew U ilouo in cipher." 'ad-vlss "You'd better get back to your cjtup nt once," said tho paymaster. "Who gavo you permission to como here, anyway? Como now, get out, or I will call tho guard and hnvo you placed under arrcfrt. Gitl" Suiting tho action to tlio word tho doughty paymaster arose nnd proceeded to "ilro" tho private. "Hold on a minute; tako your hands off I I tell you I mean what I say. I belong to tho th Connecticut, and I can atTord to pay my regiment, if thero's no objection. Something ought to bo dono, and I'm willing to advance tho money. My nnmo is Ellas Howo'" This gavo an entirely new aspect to tho case, and Paymaster Walker grow quite Tho man who stood beforo deferential. him was the famous inventor of tho sewing his regiment all machine Ho could their back iay; lie had tho will, and he had tho money too. Col. Walker thought an npology was demanded. Tlio apology was given and Ellas received it with tho air of a man who had but llttlo to forgive. "Well, colonel," said he, "when this trouble is ovor I want you to step down to Now York sometimo and sco uio." Tho "colonel' lived then in Vermont, anil when tho war was closed ho managed to find himself in Now York. He bad started n law otllco; thnt is to say, ho helped to occupy tho otllco of a few friends of his. Business was not specially active. Ono day Walker thought ho would btcp in and nee whether Ellas Howo recalled the misadventure of tho war. Two years had then elapsed. Ellas Howo was thero and his memory was good. They Kit down together and talked, llowo was from Massachusetts, Walker from Vermont. Tlio Howo Machine company had just ben organiied. Wal-ko- r was apmiiutcd its attorney. With an olllco in every city, tnwn, nnd hamlet in tho civilized world, no vronder tho Hone Machine company was tho foundation of Walker's fortune. St. Paul Dispatch. "Was the fnrmer thus prepared r "Yes; nnd on tho day spoken of wo had separated to look for deer, I stationed hlui N.HII) PIjATT, laOVINVILIiE. on a big rock near a path, ami proceeded deer. I around tho hill, expecting to start a had not been gono moro than an hour, when I heard tho crack of tho farmer's rifle, and I HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL hastened to whoro ho had been stationed." "What did you discoverP asked Grlor. II a H tQ) IN OF ADELINE. "When I nrrived, hnagino my surprlso to find th- - fnrmer percbod.on the limb of a treo Thla lino Hull will Hand the tcaaon nnw about twenty feet fiom tho ground, nnd n ui) .laiiln on llie bancaitei t'lko one E. H. BURNSIDE, big benr tearing around bolov, evidently in the Maiifuril Court Huute, a ialf mile great pain." earan, "I'll iIih pit IIikb ol broidluii the cow mill tnecb'T ernre. Iii calf. Money due whon row "Had ho wounded it!" ThiB Old and Woll - Known it Bret "No. It npivar that as ha was standing alrn llrrbert, hit aire Martini uf d InStill Mainttdna it3 on tho ro.'k watching for deer n lonr camo Imported Southern lleau wlloand Dam High suddenly loping nlong tho jiatlu Impulsively Maituli of Adllrne'a dam, Adeline, hei aire Thlit powder navtrvarlM. A marvrl olpurltv, ho raised his rlllo nnd fired, but missed tho AND Klili-eMoro ecoooiulrai Intoned Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady trenlb bear. It at onco mado a dash for him, when than the and wholeitomeneu, Its Proprietor it Determined thnt for lurther partlculart at to pedigree too II ordinary klml, and can not ba aolo II tl. ho suddenly turned nnd clambered into tho couitlton with the multitude of loir teat .ihon it Shall be decouil to no Country Tali 'a a Tery lino ynunit Hull from a branches of a friendly oak treo nonr by, weight alum or pbojphata powtlAra. KolJonlr In Hotel in the State in its Fare, uilU.rt lncludlm:lli cow Iktio, tho lUITALIIaKIMd I'OWDKB 10, losing his rifio in tho ascent Tho bear runt. 129,- rati of 10C Wall atnt't, New York Appointment!, or Atteni o lnrat her.li.rday; her uwucr hating rwluiod started up tho treo after him, when ho tion to Comfort of cntlio hare laken the The llolMrln-rrrl'lathought of tho pepjier in his pocket, nnd as it their Unoili. mil aitho lil the ftmlly, and a cloaa with handwas nbout to reach for him ho threw a hnrili ru riilucta a Tiny fine animal I STOaJKIIOIiDKHS' ful in his fneo. Fortunately tho pepper filled raltva begutten by thla Ilaaaiaae lll buy .11 thi m a nlllba to and front l till at gu d ilr.a dfliril at wranlng lime tho eyes of theltenr, and it immediately comtree of cfcarn. Npel irtommodatlthe oat 1. 1. 1: to Commercial Trarelfrt. The liar will ir. ii. jaitenfold, it, menced routing with pain nnd dropped to tho A luretlngoltheitockholJariof tho Klrtt NaKy. I alnaya aapplUd with the choleeit ground. Just us soon as I could draw a bead tional IUnk will l hed nt their banking home brandt of Llaanra and Clsart. on tho crazed beast I fired, and fortunately In Sianford oa theJJ TueaiUj In January, I8M, killed it. Tho farmer then descended tho ot leitlng cltttn Directors to f M treo and related tho story how he camo to for the purpo thetntulre jrear. " tako rofugo in Its branches. JOHN J. McltOIIUItTrf, Caililrr. 18Mf. "Was tho liear a largo oner "Whon skinned and drewed it weighed 2S0 pounds. It was very fat, nnd wo had n splendid roast next tiny for dinner. Wo STOCKHOLM) UKS' 3IKETIJa' Louisville & iMaahvillo R. R, brought about 100 pounds of tho meat and "illtifUriiHM Ilonle." tho skin homo w ith us. Fnrmer lliddcll will till UBKAT Bhortojtand Qulokest Runto from Ooc A meeting of the iteckholJeri of tho Karmcrt rolio out of tho skin, nnd ho will keep havo a tral Kentuokj to all Points North. itasn trophy of h'.s ad ventures iu tho Black Natleual Bank will bo held at their banking home In Stanford on the: J TufMiy In January, Itil, Forest," New Ycrk Timet. East, West and Southwest. "On tho third day," continued tho "wo had an exciting ndvonturo with a lnrgo bear. Farmer Riddell, remembertnt? his cxperienco with tho bear two years ago, bad gono prepared In an extra, way." "How was thatp "Ho had been told by an old hunter that it was aTtood plan to carry about a pound of pepper looso in your pocket, so that If you came in closo quartors with n bear you could dash n handful In his eyed nnd blind him." iost-mast- Tanner Goes I'rttparrd for AVork la ,Y Hint tor Amateur. Closa Qunrtor Btiiniord, iCunt uolcy. aaaaaaaaaaafiSaibSaalaWSaBSm UQeo on Laneaator itrest, roxt door to Irti-wo- s Jouhkai. offlce. Office houra from S to l'J A. 1 to 6 r. u, AnetthttlcaaJminlaUirod whan 154-l- y r.J otceaaarr. af. and MYERS HOTEL, Hotel POWD STANFORD. KY. Propr Itoputation, Absolutely Pure - r. celelrat-ullarally- ot n AIKETIs -r -- - ISO-I- L.&N. -- L1.I TIIIiOUGirr.ULNKLlNl TO TIIS ii' It has generally beoiAiipposcd by thoi unfamiliar with medical nnd Mirgical science thnt u man cannot live with n broken neck. vroCIHOLDi:HS'jSIKKTIi WITH Considerable iutcrc&t is manifested in tho caw of Andrew Hamilton, who, according to a A mtctlni; o( the iluknoMfrs of the Natlor.il dispatch from Bamboo, Wis., hail his neci Pullman Palaco Sleepers, broken in Evansvillo, Wis., last Sunday nnd Hank of Huitontlllo will behelJat their lunklug concluded with homo In Uuitoatllleon the 2d Tuesday In Janis still alive. Tho dispatch I.muImvUiu tilno IHtect-o- r tho statement: "This Ls wipposod to bo tin uary, I3S7, fjr the lurpoas ol.'elc-llD-i; lo NiiHhillle, to rre tho eaiulng year, first case on record of a ivrton living so lonj .Mciiipliin, with a broken neck." On account of tho cuJ. W. HOCKKK, Caabler. Xtlaiilu, riosity und interest felt in what nppears tola Mou (iconic rt', an extraordinary case a ivjxirtcr called on l.llllu Kock, Dr. P. S. Connor, tho eminent surgeon, who TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! Mnhnrutut Svw OrlenuM. iu all such fracthas had great experience 184-t- Alho wr.ti a Urolten NccK. lr tho rurtioaa at electing th rniulng jear. uln J. 11. Ulrectora to kin O WHLBY, Cashier. Fail Line lletwunn- - Iii:IJTO SOUTH & WEST Bchedul Hocru-IkiUntJ. A CIXmXXATl Kffit " In May It, I It 6. 4 " 16; e, ifoT Mo.ii Ki. Hun. Palty Ki. Han ures. "Is this cae so wonderful, doctor" "That depends ujwu whoro hL neck was broken. If it was nbovo tho ;oInt of tho phrenic nervo death would result instantaneously or within n very short time. This was probably a fracturu of tho lower vertebra1, o. i.. iiirn.tni), which causes paralysis. Thoro aro cases on rVraldmt Unrein Land Co. record of this chnmcter, and nro not uncomNew York, Irc. II.1SS6. IM mon. Ono man lived oloven days, another fifteen weeks, another four monthsk another fifteen months, and still nnothur fourteen years. A dislocated neck does not necessarily ! produco death, unless tho spinal cord U snapped. I am satisfied that in tho cam you my a ' mention tho fracturo was below tho second C.Tlitri- ciuic to born farm nrar Huitonflilo 15th oan dropped, about the of leer with one eervicle, and tho injured man Ls a victim of Oclcber, lut. Ibnowoit cn Ket I in tiy c.l'l'i; Ac paralysis. Peoplo Hvo with broken backs, anJ proTint property and parlnic lor J. II. tlcKIXM'.V, and when tho compAnsIon of tlio spinal cord McKlnncy, Ky has not been aovcro Injured mon havo recov1 "owing li the iraUea:ent bvfurn the ered from dislocated nocks. AH tho patkmts I ever had w hoso nocks wore broken alwvo l'tr aMy appeared bttnrt me, a Juitlre of the ( (fovir and made oath tho phrenic nerve havo invariably died. It Peace, J. T (ioTerand that the ateer ine.tlunM almre, bat Iwn examln is impossiblo for them to survive." ed by them ai.d they fli Iu ra u a iS. "How atiout men who nro legally hangud!" JUIIN il II KY.J I' U V 3t. "In my opinion vory four of them have their necks broken. Thoy diu of strangulation," Cincinnati Enquirer. certify that Jlr. Jacob (Utcnhduer bard no longer ennntcud with the Lincoln Co., that he la not aulhorlxed to contract lor the Comany, or rectlre money for the aim- -, or to Inturany obligation In the name ol the Company, or In any way to act or tha lauie. Tim l to Only one chtne to pelnla la Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Becking homea on the line of thlt road will rerelTf peclal ratoa. oa"jW Agantaollbl Company tor ralra, roulw " titanturd ( OOpol Lra IUchmond.JT 1 00 p m Arr. rVrea J Pn " . Urlntton. NOITIl-IIOON- Ue. Cotlngtou .. It 10 a ta ( 10 pn IMpu raiuioum .....I 9 40 a nt lllpir " CyMhlaua.... 10 41 s m 10 Upn I Upn Up nt arr. l'aiia In m . , 10 top m lllpn Leilnglon iu p m 11 17 pm t 10 p a Lte. I'arlt. 11 0 a in 10 It nm, pa Arr. Wlochrlr, 12 10 pmjll Jo po ( ol p Ol " Klchmond I 88 pin ... . 7 It ptr " Unrxalar 07 p ml j in ...... . . .... No. 11 I . No. I I ' Ho.l Lre. IJrtngtton... Ac,er wtltn C. STRAY STJCKIS I'. ATMOltK, O. I'. AT. A., LrultTllle, Ky I 00 a ta Kerem in if . Arr. Klchmond .. II 43a ml " Lre. itowland. 7 20 ami " Lanraater I II am Atr. lUchmond.. II 00 am .. .., - n I.ve. Klchmond 1HS7. filn, HARPER'S MAGAZINE IXjJLTJSTDR.A.'rEjD. llarper't Migtalne during 1M7 w II Arr. Wlnebeater,, Arr I'arla.. . I, re. Islington . I.e I'arla " Crnthlana. " Kalmouth Arr. CTlnton .. p m A Ot ami J 10 p ml 7 00 a ra 1 10 p m 1 10 ..... S 4 I'UPD HI a mi HI am i nil 40 M p in' I 2 nia I I Sin m I p ra to Ola ml 6 00 p ta II SO a I 17 89 p ta ml ( II put tSjim IT pot Mag-liliat- e- IIATMVIX.I.K nKANC'll. contain a nntel ol Intrnae imllilril, toclal, and romtnllc In ' ka" a ttory of Ituulan life toreat, entllli-- 1 a nrw nofel. O'Meara; 'eo. by Kathln-tlilel Aoril lloiw." br W. II. Howi; 'South ern ekeichea " bt lbanra Du Hey Warner, and Lre CoTlnjton..... INrdlrg lalt, llliulrateJ br William " Hamilton (HIiKin; "Nretl American Induitrlra" " I'arli ronilnui-l- ; ' rWUI Mudli." by Jr. 11. T. Kly; ArrMlllerabur on the Hallway I'robUm by " Caril.l. further wiltrra, new wrlet of llliiitrillont br K A. " Johcaoo " Maytvlll btier and Allrnl I'mnu; irtlrlet by H. V. lto; and other attractlona MoaTU-HoOHa iMl-h-a rom-Iwte- Ki. 81, Vo. Dally Ually Ex. Hon. Kl. Bun. 7 M a'ni 8 18 a m 40 a ra 9 01 a in 9 41 a i. Or INTEIIEST TO THE TUULIO "Aro there any other cablo regulations of fnterebt to tho public?" "Yes. Any word containing moro than ten letters counts as two words. No punctuation marks nro sent, unless requested and paid for. Cli it counted ono Mtor. Cipher words must bo in ono or all of theso languages. English, French, Ocnnnn, Italian, Dutch, PortuguobO, Spanish or Latin in Of course, wo cannot baudlo Ghineso or Jajvinese. Tho Chlneso of Chicago send many incssagos to China, but thoy are nil in English. Wo send all of our cables iu English characters, or, rather, in their telegraphic symbols. Tho tranlations am made, If nt all, in tho foreign ofllces. Cipher messages ans often n conglomerate of three or four languages. 3 "In ouo day you might sco many to England, Franco and Germany about corn, wheat, provisions, ivinl, toys, millinery, chemicals, silks, wines, everything; to Cuba about tobacco and cigars; to tho Capo of Good Hopo about ivory, barks and diamonds; to Arabia nbout i!ate3 and palm oil, to Java about sugar; to Switzerland nbout watches; to Siani about furs nnd hides to nil parte f tho woild, concerning almost every art!-cl- o known to commerce. Commercial uso of cables h developing rapidly because of tho reduced rates, nnd also on account of tho growth of Chicago's business Interests Tho Atlantic cabltH could not begin to hxmlla tho trnnsntlantl.' business were it not for tho fact that homo of tho wires arc worked by tho duplex method nnd others by tho Quadruplcr.ing a wire, you Know, quadruples Its capacity, two men sending each way simultaneously." Chicago Herald. An Unfinished Play. Jnmos 12 Murdoch says that on tho night that 1'rmdcnt Lincoln issued his first tall for troops ho was playing in Milwaukee, when a nolsoln tho audience caused Mm to strip icndering "Hamlct'o" gloomy lines. A man sprang upon tho r.tago and read Lincoln's call. Tho p'.ny was nover finished, but Mr. Murdoch, in tho gaibof Hamlet, stood by tho Udo of Matt. Carpenter and iiindo n bpeech for tho Union. Nest day ho pnckixl up his wardrobe, and never ttfcpcned tho trunks until tho war woa over. Frank LoslioV mca-w.-jo- s m5-jagcy, quad-ruplcx. Olrl She Was. "I had a llttlo exvrIenco once," said the young analytical philosopher. "You don't seem to have kept It," said his friend "I had a strungo expcrieiico onco," ho went on. "You know I'm passionately fond of music, I Mint to n musicalo iu New Yotk somo years ago, and nfter somo nustero classical jierformanco a young, pretty, blue eyed girl tat down at tho piano Mid sung. Kho had a iiensivo far away, dreamy look iu her eyes, and her wholo Foul fecemed to go into tho ballad sh sang. Wio had ono of tho moist glorious voices ever heard. It touched my nature and I I mada nover was so deeply entranced. her acquaintance, uud by n llttlo deft maneuvering I obtained an invitation to call upon her. 1 did K. Sho wu.s (done t receivo mo. "Sho was n silent, rhy, reserved girl, with llttlo to say, but sho was iierfivtly charming. Wu had httlo conversation Itjfors shu went to the piano nnd lr;au tobing. Sho snug ovurytiiin; I nskul her, and I could not restrain i ijsc-lfrom httlo tender pressure an 1 loving glances. She took thi'in all l.imily and oven reeiprocatod thrin. Itwnsncasoof lovo nt first sight, and I fell madly Into it. Sho as deeply Hffectcd, nnd later, when I took her in my arms and pressi d my lips to hers, our spirits seemed to jiki t. H was very I went off in il.o very boventh heavcu of bliss. This wai tho ideal of my dreams. The lovo of my life hail como nt last. I was flattered, too, to win this thing of beauty at first meeting, A day or two aftor I met tho lady who liad introduced mo to her. "What a charming girl sho is!" said I. "Yes," sho said, "bho sings charmingly, but isn't It n pity sho's not quito right in her lieud?" San Krnu-cisc- o Chronicle, A Clistrinltif; f INFORMATION MANY it t 6 29 0 08 J 00 p at 123 pm a at appeared in tho other pajor to tho cfToct that the person who inserted Uto first advertisement ought to bo (uhamsd of himself for blackening th'j character of so gixxl u man m mentioning tho, namo und uliodo of tb perron dufamed thereby dlliuj; tho attention of tho Chinera reading puliao to Ui lilxloiti e.tt'icl;. Tho ricUm found that ho could obtain no rodrcKi whatever. Ho could not briii,; uu netion ngalnst tho first paper, for thei-- was neither namo nornddrow given, nnd he had no p: oof whatever Hint it ixiforrcd to him. Still le-- could ho obtain damages from tho other pnpor, slncn their advertfie-men- t was of coiuphmontary character and ho had no causo whatover to complafu of it Tho idea is u highly ingenious ono, but wo should quextii'ii whether, in nn Englih court of law, tlm porwm who inserted tho two advertisements would find lib position altogether imprcgnablo. London Standard. An IiigcinloiM Tho eutenefti of tho heathen Chinto was strikingly exemplified tho other day at Shanghai. A Chinaman, having a grudgo against another, wrote nn article full of violent crsounl attack and imputation, and took it to one nfter tlio other of thu two nativo papers. Botli refused to in"ort what was clearly a hboloui document. Tho China-ma- n retired and thought tho matter over. Tho next day ho went to ouo of tint pajicrk and offered thorn tin advertisement, simply saying that a person of entirely IhmI character bad committed such crimen. As n name, (Into or other indication of personality was given tho udrcrtbument was accepted and inserted. Upon tho following day an ndrertivment I.lll. pn c pm tuffer frvm -- lita initnn lltmlnrlir, PERSONS III SO N"o u fiStpm i u 7 40 pm Ji TKAa. elthrr Harper't Weekly llartH-i'- t II .. . bOOTH-UoiU- M 00 00 OO Jlad JUihxI, Jitliftstlon,l)u$pritBla, 2talarla,Contt tpat Ion .t A'fif ncjTruullei. BUlrs, h VOLIHA CORDIAL CUBES RHEUMATISM, llvi Ulood and Kldner Troul.l-- . I r rlnnilns tlia tlooj of all Iu luipu.uiu, itniiLiLruluj ail uiiu of the body. -- Xeuralgla, JllicitmiitUm, 1'a Ium in the J.lmlis, J'.atU und Maialne llaaar VuuDg l'eaple Dally IHIIy Ki. riun. Ki. Hua 5 M a m UUpa Miaul litpu 7 15 a m t 28 p m 7 4a tn 7 60 pm .m 8 K I .1 llarpe-'- a tlarpei'a Marpvr'a I'ranklyii Iljrp.r'a Hand) (il number.) riuro I.lliarr . r - on 4 year 1 10 Aa-l- N..ihr) ir Srlr"' 1 . ..... oni year (1 II " Mlllertburc .. (0 Arr farl " Ixixlniiton.. .. " Culngion .. 00 NoT.-Tral- " Jnhnaxn.., " IVirllil ..., Uayiti: HI Ma 05 a tn 10 p Bt ra 4 00 j m 15pm CORDIAL CURES Heuraljrla, I'athiln t'lellml. !' lc endMdm.b tuning the nerics and ammiilxuiiig Hie inutile. CURES DYSPEPSIA, FndlirTllnn as4Contlp.nlnn, t a! ,u ii n"lra. I latin? of tin- - ruviiunofiht tliroui.iitl,.r 0LINA CORDIAL rol klouiitli ; It creatta i - a lie.ililiy in. i VOUHA CORDIAL CURES !Vprnln H tt pjlrili and WeaLneu, by and ton In; the Jttm. uagmei HERVOUSNESS, cnlitea-Idj- ; VOUHA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED V,'onien, l'unrsnd Blrkly C ii.1r. it. en I IV! lttsUriii;liirul ui,d liuiiuiout KK7. for tiarfti ami A I HHlnn,r, coinpIHe I linos I. Illnv bow ta I UK J)lliAh..S ni iloMK lnnilrajut. imtur.U way. Vollnrt Alinniino nnd Illnry, I i'.in. ' t I nS and 4 are tUlly between Lilnlon and Cincinnati: other tralur arudally ricrpiHunday. I'irivitaMB riioniamuiadeat Wlneheater with llh the ChiaatNakeA Ohio lor itt Htfrllui, Athland. of lh Tlt MaliM m Huntina-lon- , Charlnloo, W. Va., and Hatlcrn elU I pmenitier Niih1mi f.rf Juno aa wh Wfcea no llaaeta p Tilled, aiihterlplln will b,ln nJ t!W'',,M"""f'0' with tn Number .mem at lime ni nnlpt of rtolld Iralna, with ullman 4 run la Wlneheetar Hifp.,n Car. older. Cincinnati M Kuliuoad, V. aGd H iWiuihI Y.iliintu i.f Hriwi'' )1.. ti, tor thren and VS'anhin,'lnr, II. (', iNik in nei "r' ih M uln.iJ :111m. ainlby Thruunh litktte and bA'Ke ,0 "' inall, i.witMld, ' p"r rilnt ieM uih-- by Tliime, laatlnatlon by , railroad. ( Pith C.wm. fur Wn.l.n Mail, Ml jititi, ulart, call on any ig'nt of th portiwld a" K.Yl.'woiWK. Indei in Hfwr' 3lt)ln" Alnh.b'tlral. An-- I1 I). A.II.rLKY U lnr Viiliiwia I tn 70, ia-lj;ictl. aiid ( tlmi.y. Ai;ut, Ira?. Agent. laOJl. uihi ro. , e'n.lfe. iru l'iie iat'i, tn .lit'-8 ki. I huh JI"" 7 ' II. K. ltl7M'ijt.t. IMN llrHw. Mott- t m J I. ieia he I. IMnltn tmiifral lifflm, Corlutiion, ky. n 'ra t, i i rhaae ry ItrHi" nr ard Canada. loi fe U iubrltri In the Cnlltd t'mti tn jir ' in r.hnl alu-cke- J iii l'0 r . - . r. fc B" wlinoiii Ad n-- Ni..ii. r a i 'r i k nr-i- nilei of lli'p- Il A H' II i II ' 1 I i ! t A Sr V.ll - - JlJllwlon reitljitof a:c.ioUigeia!n). AJJrcn VOLIMA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD U. 9. A. - flit hEM . WCKhLY I tu I'llinHUu Siiiiillclty. Ousjxinsky, n jiopular TlusKlun writer, recently found ti river htenrnboat in tlio Caucasus plioteU by a youth of 17, wlio, lio was iKS!esuxi of rviuarlsablo intl tellectual qualities, bad ubruiitly his btudies for manual toil, with intent to put Count Tolstoi's doctrines into Many Russian famllkt, pooplo practice. of standing and eilucation aro taking their children from school, abandoning tlio delusions of civilization, and retiring into rcmotu country districts, whcni they proposo to realize somo vaguo Ideal of primitive simplicity. This strango movo-me13 vigorously supported by Count Tolstoi. Tlio count divides each day into four criods separated from ono another by a meal, and ho indulges iu hard labor and Ho has thus in literary work alternately. become accomplished in bootmaking, in wood splitting and a very decent agricultural laborer. AVhcnover ho vislta his estates ho ovists his faun hands in plowing, sowing, and getting in tho crops. Now York Run. ICitliln aban-tloneox-pe- rt Unlnrltuil Wedding CucsU. Ono of tlm UU that society had to grin at nnd bear U tho jiroaenco of uninvited persons at wetldings und ivcepliorui. A lady who is in tuo swim up to her noox telu mo that sho knows several men nnd women who attend big parties without invitation. "Why aro thoy not ejected i" I asked. it would innko a scene, anil wo don't liko beunus, you know," said sho. ''Hut I would rather bo an ' actor in n sccuu than post) as a victim. Tub- lio opinion would not condemn, but rather praio you," said I. fc01i," quoth Mrs. Frou Frou, "you are not a wiso counselor in such matters. Wo hato scenes, and would mthcr lwj imposed upon than enter into ono." If I'm n cannibal, ; this isn't n spirit of Now York Nuwr. Ili.n Una millrtlloiia for tiatanta la L'nited Matea and Knrela-- coun. trlra. Ilia pub ubrri of the bclrntlU. American continue loact aa aol'citon for patent., cairat..trailn-inaika,oopr-riohi- i. alii., for the United Male., an to obtain palenla In Canada, Iviiglam), France Uermatir, and all other counlrln Their etperl-nc- e Ttinn.init th l mEi After I'ortr jaari BU NSWP0P.Y HEWS 6 MISSISSIPPI VALLE? TI1K , Bk I l"l I i lb. I'lllll preparation clmoi. Hundrr4 IISf LIE 0 11 80UTE WaBhinRton, Phliudolphla and Wow York, Tlio only line ruunlnc I'UJ.IiMAN MHV uneo.uald audthalr facilitlet ate uoauf Nltlalil'I.Mf a mi CAUS Interior Journal Mi'ANl'OHD, KV. Dr.w'lnct and .peclllcatlona prepared and filed In the rt.nt()lficon .hotl notice, 'farina .rr reaumabU. No roara for eiaminatlon of mcdtU Adricn br mail free or I'atenta obtained I hroiirh Munn.tOo.arnnotleed AMKUIt'AN.whleh liae Intlia SCIK.VTII-'K- : al the lariieat clrcnlallon and la the moal Inll-e- nt worli Wind publl.hed In tha new.iiaii.r of lla lha adrantagea of auch a notice erary paUntoe diain. A SOLID TWAIN KgOM Loniivillu, Cincinuatl FiiBt to WaslimgtcU & ln.xinjjton, Ky. CouncctliiK Iu tlm Mine UfKii Uit, M) Ixindon chlmiibys aro rclluvcdof tho of fi0,00O pr-on- tons of Boot which, tho sweepers receive about $200. ovry year, for actors, do occasionally, iu siielU of absent-- ! mindncss, enrry oir hotel towola on their pcrrgrinatlons nbout tlio country, nnd the towels usually bear tho stnmp of tho hotel front which they had been taken. A clerk in a city liotol told un nrouudcr that lis over-- , heard a convcraition between two actrcwes who occupied a room adjoining hi. One FJiid to tho other: "My dear, did j ou vbjit Tlio itiply was: Itachi'ktcr last season T "Really I've forgotten. Jtut wait a moment wlillo I oixn my trunk uud cxuuiiuo uij towekV' Dullalo Couiicr. Klriitoinunlai CcoKriipliy. nnd They say that somo actret-vjs, W. oven ' ' P. WALTON. eTery Tuwley Pro-r- . hia large ami .plendldlr llln.trated newipapae liubllOied WKKlCI.Yat fAIDa jear. and If to aaltnce. admitted to be the belt paper deroted worm, anl innohanlca. Inrentloni, englnwrlna other itopartmenn of Indualrlal proereaa, pub-li.'iIn any country. It eoutaina thonara.. of all palonlae. and title ot every Intention patented erli week. Try it four month, for one Collar. J ! Trains for Now wih publl.hera tin nil A Co., New York llromlway. X at tin- - boUbyallnew.dealer.. if you hare an Intention to patent write te of BclanllUo Aaierisao, Handbook about paUnta mailed tree. The Direct Uouln to Haurllln, Norlula and H Vlmlala hnd North Carolina P.iima. lortlitete nnd lurllier PpW to your mnnuii tivent ortlcn nr Inlornmtlnn. W. nddn.a W Mob. roe, (Jeiienil Aijint, l,niitoi,, Ky. Lynchburt, York. '.'. WIOU3IA1I, Vlco I'm.IiIoiii, 2d ' IxjultTllIe, Krl-la- n. w. ieii.f.;n, Kon'l I'aai'r ar Ky. publlthcd lowiricuor OiJ' W. P tl HOTJS3E bTAMKOUD. KY. - TiVO nOL..Ai:i JJJK M2AK. ' W. IiTOPl, - l,i'onriotor JOB K7WC2jEI.SL -- ltj c.UMHtrlcnil.. tTiuCttaktiQa. Mm ofHtafij, 'idv.Vi, s Of ALL (11. IHK- - JSeutly und Chouply Kxocutod.j ( Klaht roioi Ictoaelt ol InoludliiB Kallery ery. touoniblii iKtnf to fiioA attraction!. hi eno tiOj hugltcn wtur.ciku, Alcutl A I.UV, HuJk.m. Col 1 ynur tl the ,tmJi I mm ti tn ui In (fceuc i ka-and (,lecl. iol, fciltw. aile, .nil In erry caio i wercr.lltllyrfMmB.mi ij .iV,ht? I r. tapud'Ti by 1'iiie 41.00. Iif tlia. - uririi'ifri ("fnii iitii