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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887101401 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. V wm-mmVOL. XVI. tSL rjmifejfe u tf if jnienot mLINCOLN COUNTY. OAR HARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. - amfma NO. 272. Florence Washing Machine. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, 1887. fu-i- ;" GEORGE S of fun. JA3....(,IVKtS. Mr. F W. I) llion ba moved lo Mr. 'NfflP. Feed, Notary Public. A d The scream of the Louiiville South is7 lirlhwiiliiiiir.,"(,UIhi t,, rola, t0 Hip J. F. II jldmanV houae on Somernet street, AYREScS: ICAK I.tTtKtOK: -- Tlit'ie art wore hip rpcie W I'. Tatem lm moved back to etn eruiues will r.ever be beard In Lnncas and Mr. ! Dn I niUt cill a halt, or I old fa'hinmal uianinn l iare, mild, drift inlo politic before I know (i. QjIj hi borne on Stanfurl alreet, which wh va- ter. We would rather pay 20 cents a bushLAW, HatlDj rentfit the stable on Depot street, t am bjtlt br cMDdcc f a former uencratitin el for cotl lb tn get it for 10 cents. Well prepared to train anJ break horses on reasonable cated by Mr. Dillimi. "folk that life in r 311 Fifth Street, hou-i-- a have poor terms. County Court ilsy trails rolicllpil. Mrs. Martha A. Singleton's pale took n tmjmW ta Frank for', lion xnr pl.ce I know in wjp " Kerrb-xlknow that. a Uil.X Ml. C.l It 1' KXTi: It, . . Kptitucky. Kahion drtli" awy frou them place lat Hatuiday. Hornes were sold for The big colt ehow cornea of Saturday Stauloid, Ky. Tlf newpop'trticei.ii.jiiifitH in de'iwn Rootiii3aoil , ('roRil( Block. i'l') lo J75; hog $1 to $r, cowa $10 to $5; at Gill's track. Three premiums will bo a d uupiifhtlj eiirroiindingit InvaiSe the oitet anl charminf irifile. Iliyht on ared precincta of the old krutccratic bank of the lifer. ith the u'randibeblufl sheep $3125 No household gooda were given for (lie best colts, tbe get of Ultiraui. PEARSON & CLARK, pibllc jlirld; but tie pubatanlial family rci- - ciool buiidinK juUcro., it p an honor disposed of. Mr. I. J. CianiHer wa crier Mr. Warne, ihe owner of L'llimus, will be JaXOaUiSK, of the sale, decce I o'd'itaoa'n, in a aort of trim con 10 it architect and an prereut LONDON, KY. ornament to the old The muicale Iat Wedntpday night -- The 15. & O Kxprers office at this airralive pr.Ut"!, aaiimt efrry ihlni: i hat ctty I think, fur a hnildini; T . B. RILEY, Proprlotor. creeled" by was ijuile an enjoyable enlertninment and place is now a inor.er order cilice aeQiadiioed to elbj it out of the way L'nclcStm'p pocket hook, it aUn a These LEXINGTON, KY. moJe! the songs by I'ul la (pile a chnrpclert'iic felture of tl e of the various: young ladies were or.lrts .are just as safe as pot office money TlmroiiKlily Itoiimiileil anil Jtofnr-iilwtie- il economical rtriintiire A a a rule, the old tliroiielioiil. I'irHt.cliiNt Fare l rf: 1-- t VoHfc all deserving of piaiio, but the one sung by orders and are cheaper fcitroct. ( tpital. Where tbeaooly, nuc 1c v railway senllfinan liaa This will be a nnil rousontildn irlcts. ln3- - mill nlKit timd reapon lo c mpUin of 203.6m little llirdie James was especially good and gieat convenience to our people. u iw belches iia alnminaii m into the air, lulus lire met by iu!lli 1'orlorNoriliN the exlraTurat.r- - c f h nephewe whtn Ihey ber ciiteandcunnia ways added li its in and rlre the road bed wih extinct cin undertake to put up niiylliim; Thepistor of Ibe Christian church Iinpiilur House. i!07.Cni. at bin re ahe and fracnientp cf oil paturaled tereet "The Llpa ibat Touch L'quor will preach next Sunday morning the third Il.it tbia : oble edifice only coM Shall Never Tcueh Mine," was well recited sermon in hia Ojtober scries. Subject, MT VERNON, KY. the "well1" Jl'i'i.COO. I think, in New York wip, in loruier or Chicaby Mis Irene D.llion. The proceed Hilt, in tbne day, the go, It would k reel of the citr. MUX ST, HICIDIOMl KV of "Duties of Chinch Members " Km mem n ThlsolJ and Hotel is still mainhare oiuilr atink dot.b'e that the entertainment trill be appropriated to btr of the church i urged to be present. xnd tt.ti caw catciitr taining Its fine reputation Chargoi reasonable, r riii oer rl It i built of a loely Mor.e miiu. The buying rpga'ia B. rjpeclalattcntlon to the trarellng public. ptout "htckcr f the li CDJiO'ite Tne temperance people opened the wa for tbe lodge. public eeh'iul m buck, bu'cf utbmI . For a gooJ Tablo .?. '. XK two. Jill, Pro'r, A Mts Miry 0ehoue, an inmato of war upon J. W .Miller by serving on him m,i t broom that iiierally aaiepl tmppdi-tL,eprciortion. and In hptnif.1 Mt. Vernon, Ky. And clean acd rooms, tbl Hotel the poor b Hire, who w.aasubiect to epilep- li warrints for violating the local option hai no suerlor. well furnished rooms attacheJ. from the t nek; and the leruunua ol Kround. The ooloied (Jood lamplo people alao ha?e a R 3. UAITIM. J .NO. it. rKKKINS. y tt'3'IUteif- -' 00r dsj. tic fits, while aullaring from oce fell in tbe law. The ctsts are set for Saturday. The the railcay wi on lop uf the hll', where public chco will fipipp-r- ; Bkodhkad, Kv., May, 1S7. and a Nor- fire and wa aj badly burned before discov- lesult will be witched with the keenest in- Albright A Martin beg to tnlorm their many , e'tim laid tiuld of the freight and piaen mal School of atiprrb proportion oer inenus ana customers 01 ne change in firm name ered that she died from the eflecls of the teres' grr Jrarced up by I oie, and "lore away" lookini: the city from to one of KmokfortV pe burn. Cue whole Ide of her bjdy was James E Harris obtained license yes t'i Lexington at thp maximum rate cf 1'.' CilHarlr plcltlrwi le hlllp MAIITIX A PKKKI.VN. CLOUD burned ami ahe waa a most pitiable object lerday to marry Misa Sallie, daughter of The new firm horws notonlr to sustain the ren. I'l ei ctne the tunnel na'ea rn hour. Tne next thlny after n new oapiiol will ut.itlon ofthuold, but Intenils to make many Ephraim James of the Preacberaville to see. Kne lived from Silurdsy lo Monthe iron florae ennred rtem and ami kr b a crsceful iron bridge acroaa proveiuenta lu tho manufacture ol tobacco which the Km day, wlllbetothelnterMtot our cuitomers. We will neighborhood. Tte bride is but IS and but bjin;r under the influence of opiof the farhinna Tpr the excliiWe demxti lucky and then the capital will ix'Vet uo" derote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands ates all the while, waa not conecioua of her the groom 1!), but tbe latter looked about of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past hie ,iuler, till they Ihd, ijtMilriTiuU'. It by few and excelled by none." TnTTTCTrTrVf - - , faroraand asking lor a continuation of your trade, "VU JLO V XXjIjXj, She waa buried in the pauper 7 feet tall and aa slim as a match. ira-n- ot be renerally kn wn that thia 115 we remaiu, Ittspectfully youn. There an- - other thing" I mtiat notice in a audering -- Csarley Arnold, tbe 1 1 year old son 5Cm 3IAUTIS A VEltKISS. burying ground Tuesday. mi t atrctch of railway )twptii lirxintflon aubprqiient letter, which I hare not 1,1,,lvt! Prop. . time to Mrs. F. Mclvinney and Mr. and Mrs of Joe II Arnold, died suddenly on Sunday acd Frankfort, c iiitruclnl in l.W wiatLe write about tbl time, but which uiuat no! W. II Higgin. of afternoon of spinal raeningetis. It was a Stroot Cars pass tho Hotol for all j Stanford, have been vie. tL.rd railrotd in Americt, and the fifth .11 b entirety over'ooked AJuw' bTJSbHN ' ittng Mrs. W M. H'Bgin, in the country. revere blow to his parents, and his mother DIM.S.IJUltDETT, the orlt" I paw it ti ret in KM frorn the Dopots, The Exposition, Race i HerinJetM. Uro. O Haiikih. Mr and Mra J. A. Haldeman, of Louis- is proslraied with (,'rief. Sympathy helps hi !'id balow Jtidce KibprtaonV hoil'P, in OCULIST. Courao, audall places of Hon CflarUa W. IJjck. the Mini Time alone heals euch I.'xipcton, where tny ftherlopppd a day ei to ville, were the guests of her parents, Mr. but tittle here BRODHEAD, KY. who etpected at his hoaie in Mid and Mra, John Buchanan. Mra. Joe CoOey, wound as these interest. Special rates or two with tin family, eo r ute to Diy ton, wv, on u Tur.npxt week, will reich trrn uf Mrs. M E Holme has rented the rei spent spent several days with Haslial anexiicrlenool orer fifteen .years, and Can I eyer forget the thrill of fright Obl: to Merchants and hai eucceairully treated huudrels of cases Speentd eca'acy with which I cued upon the p'ace by a rjuod .bjiil a punier k rt m in her siaier, Mra. Will Dillion. Mra. W. F. dence of J W. Wet and will keep board-er- a cial attentloj H given to the treatment of alt die- Commercial eases of th eyes. Name and address ol patients evrtoik. as usual. Mr West and family and the all know, h uatr the Kennedy, Mrs. J. T. Higgins and Mr. V. life whe' xing locomollte, with i'a pcrtib wMerncjaat of tjjrt'h ii Mod. 11 uosireu. rai-iimica '." uu brjom Atlichuent, pulling prclenlionaly io Auierioa, and ita () Hansford have returned from n visit family of K. II. Batson have already enU C IUi 13 A. V, Mr Mice an to Mra. Drove Kennedy, in Garrard. Mr. gaged board with her. Mr. James Ferris K.vr'iSH. frcnt of iU ercelirKly primilite train ol eiport KalHli-hi- p at C.llai. pul h)Uth and and Mrs. Jame Snivel, ol Jellice, Tenn., has taken possession of the property twncarr-- ' '8oakered" ere rery c d from R. R. Noel. Tnenca he hjara lo were the guests of his sister, Mrs. J. T. by which arjunJCipe Htm n nccurrenoe 01 thii roid Tbe editor of the Central Kentucky Sew m uiftnt th appearance, thruiich the thenorthweUiin.il he reicie Kigland. Chadwick. Mia llstlie Higgina has re lljr,r of the cai. of the end of the ll it rail, FromKigUnJ heomn lo Niw Yjrk an I turned to Greenwood, accompanied by Mr. got mad at ms for saying nothing about CHICKEN Ha travel in the J S. Iilmldon, who will probably remain his children. He kicked without cause. To tho Citisen of Lincoln County: ' wh ch bad bren detatched from i' wooden thence to Kentucky there Mra Frank Cliff rd, of Livingston, Everybody knows where his children, who eup rl and curling up punctuied the bet. aeubbjrhoji of 13,000 milfp. o Havlnf recjnt'y eiulppel a fine Roller Mill In Cure ! there ta a j atanftrl ten aborter way, one probably and Mr and Mrs. John Magee, of Paint are all bright, Rd (heir feme. Daws has thetoa-no- l let oi '1 thp eMcl; and at tlmea akewered t' rluaIiniJilliyoribur. ire wi it the cltlVens to sum ol ely, llip inhappy pap'enger biprning to be pit not over one thirl a ty Lick, paid a visit this week lo their father, long uoen known here a tbe smart boy's patroDlzeand tho same ve wish 10 in" Milin.- - direct froji (Mlio to Mr. K. H. Ward Soyes'erdny we had with us the bad tortuwbonilt sustainrooctrn Mrs. Kale Ibert has pt ting o? er the 'pit where it hurt through. Sn Francii-cmay we are In the ' and coming thencj by rail lo Liuli returned from a pleasant visit lo Mrs. W. boy's pt and the emurt boy's pa alsr; glory market to buy your wheal andthst corn ft tlire (ij'ieniing pioll era of lh ihun ways giro tho hlglest market prko torand will al same. We, vide Hit tn- -r u e by the wty of r are aaded some new mschlnery to M. Higgina. in the country. dering rngini- -i that now make the car h Mr. Will ejotigh for one day our torn u,eal and cin ia abitn aa c'leap and aa -- Robert Elkio lift yeiterdav for a visit department cannot now make meal to suit any person, It convenient a ilrooka h returned home after a protracttrmtle with their right and powtr, were he dialled by auy other Mill In He will try to shake hands this Tlc'nlty Wo soil it a trial In our riiur aui Mr and Aire ti Atlanta grea'er Irtuiuphaof pcenoe than their am thattoStn Frincucj rtrid moit travolera ed absence in tbe SoiUh meal department. Alltmlng grain in our line The Kigliah h.ivn a tnoivp)ly of (loode, from b iiippuccepcrp o' nowaditje. A Ftilton'e takei'. Stanford, have been the with Cevltnd while there. Misses L;ila lor sale will plena cill at Mttl. where our ajfnt netr found kt ihel'erivitn trule. anl hence atupa paa. guests of her bfother, Mr Bi'Ven Hover, at and Altie Mirkebury left yesterday forTal-laliH- can ha tor same all tlms, who will xlto the bst Awkward itsauib int will, forever, be tr aw j price Uratd aid ship slut! always 'in bji-c- in .,.... u lock. tho twjcmtrieimujh mir fre. Mrs. Jo; Hhineharl. si' v. Florida, where they will spend the pilm frocj tl e grndrt (jcnardi r of the 25 tf atanlord Uoller Mill Co'. quently thin bafveen I'rfrJ ,j.e nnil,i Mr Jmei Miller and Miss Annie tbe winter with relatives. Ciplain W. J (lretent 6ta'e. Holme', who were married by Ilav. A. S. Kinnaird hasone to Kansas City on a Frankfort excele in anade. No jiaiifHu How Pkoiiihion Id Woiikci) In Ciikk. Mollatt at his home last Monday returned nrosp.cting tour. W. II. Wherritt is a village oan uitntifaolure miiciphI 1 ty or Notice ofAmouiImont i not liktlj here and that night a very quiet hut ele delegare to the Presbyterian Synod at Leb of forept growth tu order, h they TIAN.- -It I attlaiib tint the parlies ' IppI month for violating mar bread alree'a and avenuea of c.wllj tho prohi- gant suppr wa giytn tliem by the bride's anon. of si, ' fjftrfHyi'-- t We had the pleasure ol bring Motey i helplria here. O.ie can bition law will b) put under bond at all. mutner I" .! Teachers' Meeting at Wotnaiurg. . Thn linn. I u,a... ... one anions the few .dative and friends walk ell oyer the oitr, mile of promenad rrocramme for tre Lircoln Uoun'y Thousands of dollars worth of lbe unJers.gaed amend the articles of incorporami tbeaherifl ha until next ation of the Stanford Keller Mill Company, adoptchickens die every year from Choling iindtr tbe dvluhtHil "hide of land-- a The Brnngement of Teschrra' ApHociation to intel in Waynes-hurMarch lo who were precnt anion that, liy tiled for rocord era. It is more fatal to chickens than tuF ir?e, ajtue n' them very old,or drive aerolhe wrrantf, whici bavo not yet the table, which waa under tbe manageFriday, October 23 h ami Saturday, ed Feb 17, In ihet' erk'a othoe of Lincoln county, Ky., at all other diseases combined, lint the fji'er ntuhragvma viVai of overlapping been iwued. In ihe meanliiue tn mdirted ment ot Mrs Joe Kiiuehart, waa a model OjioberSntli: -- naiiire'p unilirelle, t Friday afttrnoon-Ddvotio- nal the iue ;i; nl. pirtieacaii soaiead vioUtm.,' ti.rt law uu uf beauty snd taste. Tne evenm,- - wa n I. The Capital Stock ot mil Cminauy shall ba discovery of a remedy that positively fserciie; noes it has been made, and to be conMy kind entertainer, Jili'e ('raddork, tiUhe next court approaches and then most enjoyable one and shortly after the music; opening a Jtlra c, V. F Xilei; re forty Ibousaud dollars. kip out and nvotd arreat, or forfeit ua departure of the guests sweet strains of tl. Thaiorpjratloashtll a: Urn Incur a vinced of its efficacy only requires a bid buggy, a day or two ap, "iu io'rf we in aponKi?, MinaS. rhurmooii; iuumc; eilnca-tiou- al debt exceeding twenty ilx thousand six hundred trial A bottle is enough for The financially reaponaiblo inu'ic burst upon the air and it wa our and about" the city; ahiwinc tnc the hletor bondofJoO. value of ipi;inj: and muic, Miea ami fllty dollars. JM-lone hundred chickens. It is guaronea will doubtlea remain and tike ap jt nud pointing out the houe where their privilege to listen to one cf tho sweetest LillieTbixtcn, followed by O. SiiiKlttcn W.G. WELCH, a. A. I.ACKUV. anteed If, after using of M'renaile we ever heird The youn. gen and othera Friday night Tlie odvantes 3. 11. S4UNKS, t c "giant'' of a fjrmer generattcn lived. chances on cfljctinj; an eay C3iuprouiie, H. i. WITIHIU's, a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly roiiE-Tu- s while the other will not be puuiahed ttEin r'tos.FosTEii. An'! ' there were gUnta in thoee dsyr." The at all llemun were invited in the house and it e ,f education, Mra S. F. U. Tr.-an- , folsatisfied with it as a cure for Chicken unle aume more viorou elbrta are taken nice little feat spreid for tbem After lowed by J. T. Curtia J'ji'ga hnewthctn all Itiltnutelr, and and others; elocution, Cholera, return it to the undersigned In talk of hln old compeera of the to bring Hum to justice thau have vut be..n partaking of this, music was next in order Mu F II. Haver; Mm Aona Hendrix, uiid )our money will be refunded. Itnd the sot.gs so well sung by Mefsra 1'vJ- - paper; fjrum and theetutnp. Ho Uvea largely In retried to -.- Hopkiiiaville South locution, Mi?a Irene Dtllior; rau?irk For sale by Mc Roberts A Stajrg, Stanford. gar Jone and K tner Djil were biglily apHim phi, 4 ao have nil noticad it to In tl 0 Saturday moraine -- TLe probabilitiw n( MISS SALLIE HARRISON, With a radical reduction of taxation up- preciated by all, especially C.l. Will 8. the public s jhoola of Kentucky, W. lithit if tha elderly to d ; and all that la F, Mc ronnprlrot ua opened on tbe necef.miee of life, with "T" "Tv T" tS forfeiture Hayn'sweet ballid, "Old Fashioned Rosea Clary, followed by K S Goocli and otlure; Ageucy la Cincinnati, aid all orlman tol'urchaalcc rf j ilfd l to arlc a queition pertnining to I I l hr at l.7 I I WmMlistPjj-t- , wi recxlF.. personal ui J prompt l Then ho in ell; of all the unearned land granta held by Are Sweetest," w'lich wa pnti(. by Mr. the philosophy of teachinc. Mi-- a A. I: atlcnlloti. old lluiea and peraona the bhowill mifen a soeclaltj of V- --3d V --L. -J J railroadu, with hnnet and Jones, Mr Miller and his unue left last Stuart; the abjvo to be ipRcusnd Gojd, but will r.c. Un ord r for l'urnlture. Ca" traver'int.', moat pleaaanlly, in remlniacence Hub.idu-- d reti and In fict everythlD o'ie cuM wla Tnel rational appropriatioia for our river- - and Thursday for Louisville where they will by 1I11 leichera in fnHra'; mti'iic nd at nc.ljte, Ihe "aiild lang pynu" of hip All patronaeof the latin ol mis s?cUn especlallr spend a few days and then go to Lewisburg f ieiid of education are cordially invited to solkllwl nrly manhood, "hen Clay and Crittenden, luruor, Mi.b a confininj; of ptnlon jc JNasiiville it, ti, wit'iin tne boundj of reason, with their fui lira home Mrs, Miller's departure atU'iul, and M ireliead, Lalcher end liar-din- , Huhn IHK HRKIT i an hoi.e-- l of tin I vers ill tere for she is theme lniuuiiee upon public building H'th 1 Ii'ipI of other, uude up Ken Y mr S anfonl correpjnileut naya it waa tttcky In Dry of that period. It ia a thoip-an- d and ground, and an old'fjabiooed democ love.l by it wide circle of friends. Her whimpered around tint Hiram Hiatt waa CENTRAL TRUNK LINE no enthuaiaatic racy intflicf, eucb a wave of prosperity wedding trotisieau waa elegant and etyiish seen hero one day last week. pltiea that there Yeo, It a TO T1IK RICHMOND. KY. ' historical aoe'ely" to catch from the liw of would awep over thia country that ctpital and during the marriage ceremony she waa true, he waa eeen here every day laat week .(lvinr,iit-i"i-. Knli rnnilty, r.lcicn Tcvtt Ibeae veterana, before they paea away, the wuuld eek inveitmetiU on every hand; very becomingly attired in a handeome he didn't 6feui lo be hldiDg from any it! HiKleruta '"" "'liH'd and ho.rltilb ciiiimim. end h Idera of national efcuritiea would blue broadcloth suit with a lovely silk . WITH vpi'nes, IM)n ooe either; he waa EJing around everywhere recollecttona of 1111 earlier day, eo replete Hrssios'oViM i.l'd.y urrendrr theai in order that their plush bat to match Mr, llowen (Sorer buying hori-fr- t -1 irfT.U, v7. .""'! ,',.,;"- with varied interest and instruction. liif..rinalli.iiand Catalosjue, Paint Lick Cjr. Pullmau Palace Sleepers. irriyto L H. BLANT0N, D. D., Chancellor ha beard enough, of fascinating n&raliye, Inxeutiienis might yield a greater rat of Misses Maggie Jones, Irene Dillion and And yet there v,aa a warraut iuiereel. Indeed, Ihe uational debt would Maggie fllolmeti accompanied them to aenl to that LtiulMaille from the Judge, about the men of Ihcae oitin'y f.ir bin arrest. It stems hr iraclically extinguhite I before the clone Stanford (o The bride is lovelv and allrac that ll ia in ticuen, to make a email volutin; and be ordtr for eouiebodv to explain .tic 111 nil In, the centurv.-Loulsv- llle tive both in person and disposition and Mr. or Hckoowledno Times. knowi" etioujli more to till a folio that proceea are Hcrvnt namo on a package of COFFEE is n llliinta, Miller is justly proud of the treasure be only when it ia aureeable to do ao .Hi:tit;oiuery. Thia ia the way they do it in Adair: Tnie dear family iiaye made our day ao guarantooot'oxcollcncu has won, He is handsome, strictly moral Lillle Itotk, . T Taylor wna elecled poor-hou- ee delightful, that we shall leave, them, not on keep-- r In Rowan county, Monday, David and lias excellent business qualifications. Molille mid cav laat week until tho next Court of Claims ly with regret, but with the feelingof having wounded Hud Sea They have known each other long and Campbell dangerou-l- y known them intimately all our liyea. Ko The contract made with tho court require well, having been swtethearts ever since wiilt a halchet, and at another point in in Only cae c!mo.e to points In e ! gpctoiK ia true cottrteay. The girln are the keeper of Ihe to furnish they were . COFFEE is kept in all first-clachildren tonctber at school. name county it ia reponei that an storoa from tho Atlantic to tho Paoiftc. equally entlimUatlo over their entertain-en- s food, clothing, comfortable lodging, make Tney bein life'n journey togttber bravo known man waa struck with a pica- - itr anfirea lo keep them warm, go nfler acrr.H tbe river tbe pau- and hopeful, and that it may bo long and other unknown and will probably din Tne public buildings of Frankfort -- a. per wherever they may happen to be liv very prosperous and they be always aa .Mre. Fromtr has beau confided it ing in the county when declared paupers happy as on the day that mw their desti Greeni-burg- , Beexlng homes on the Una of this road will recelrs wtija exceptiiu the froway old capitol- -u Indiana, of murder in the first special ratis. is novor good when cxposod to tho air. HlHcdics repioach and xhaiue lo thii rand gu afttr the doctor and wait on them when nies united, is the earnest wish of your degree and sentenced to life imprleonment arbee Asentsofthl Company lor rates, routes Crab Orchard correspondent and a host of Always buy this brand in hermo ticallv .Vc.,cr write Ciiumonwetltb, atv beginning to take mnk 'ick for $1.25 per week. Spectator. She killed her husband. Boaled ONE POUND PACKAGES." other true friends. C. V. AfMORE, O. P.AT.A;. whh the "bTrjr nml will, I predict, noon look no miic'i iHtit-- r than the place where lezialatlre wUlom nxHeuibliet, that, for yeriH-cancy- ' aakf, thnjr will vole it I'libttnlttil Ttiemtiwa ami t'rlttny more respectable pUce of cotioael and de-- AT bate. Who can tell what irfluence Hit 8'J disgraceful buildius '" hid on the trcner It understood If wecredlt that IJ.SO will l.o !ileniorlirlion of onr o I. and drmsnded. t fr..l t .... lurui 117 our veracious purvey rn or of Dip "fourth oat it," known by the Keneral p ihllc m "iiewHparV" N it p(M W. P. WALTON- eiblu to mal.e :i dicent, clear-cu- t Mtatute In nplorellke tlia? ' Cjn raprn Krow on thorn, or lijaooiue from tliiatli.,'' I think O. . Mtlr til.. t....!-- l. ' imvu uteti, id urae "" viciu.--f their Hiirrouinlirui And MOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE when they awake lo Una dot, I li pa thy will vole a otpitol worthy of our cloriuiia CU e, M''.tr tSau i n rtm hid to wurn--, IMl.VlSrUC UOIlla. til there rhl be "none po pur a to do tneui "S vitnm, the KmnKKjnT O 1, 3 CRAB ORCHARD, I'EUANNUM.CAHll. .....,, .., hw-mako- r; BARNES lr', 'I'lli: Miaa Ida KItnlatun edited the tempr at the lodge Tueaday niht. The Springs hack ha atopiied runniuj; to tbe depot at night and night mail ia not dellvrrrd hero now. The many friends of Mr. L. M. Lialey and ftmily regret very much to Iiivk tnem leave our town, but hope that the? will l)e pleared in their new home. Tho company of fealhr renovator-- , ho Hrehere are gpttin a, great t'eal of work to do and all who have ba I their bed renovated are much plaed with them A parly from here, chaperoned by Mia IjiuraMooie, went chestnut bunting laai fjaliirday. They returned with plinly of chestnuts and reported having bad btil.el Lamattur, A piper writer signing himself S. C. H., has -a- uccenon 10 Wallace A Cochran, ' taught thp rltfht to sell tho Florence a rather painted article in the Xcv of yes513 4th St, Louisville, nnsUlDU M hlne an. am now prepared to furnish all who mar wlih to lave their clothes fruvj the terday iubbln?aD'l tearing incident to theolj proceeiof THE GENTS' FURNISHER The well, which we were going to bore wMbln Take one anJ try It ana bo convlncd. I II not worry you about l,uyln unleii you are in thn centre of the squire ba been for- (ully latUbeJ as tolls merit. a. i roit Tin: gotten 31. r. lleailquartersnt U.S.ni.iax, Mjers' store. INDIANAPOLIS LADffllKY. -- Oeo I). Hurdelt iV (Jo, have just received .1 stunning lot of funey chhaware E. Call and see their novelties 1BJ Tlje Aei' reports three wedding K K , Iam Jally opening an lo rlant lltieol and lake place soon. I'd Ike to know where fcumuier Milllnory, lncluJIojf all DA.WILF,:, ICY. the alleged editor of that paper got hia inTho Latest Novelties of the Senson. II1 rennrel to hlieant now lulldlni; oppo-sit- e formation. the pit Hi ,) li ttiau erer 'preinr-e- l I 1). Johnston Irmght ihe new ?"ch Ifandkerchlofs. Collars to acroiniuo.latath? public wlfi tlae iilMtirei nnl'l",X,otl2 reri "i"1' Kuc",nK- - Crste, Uustlei, etc. Yo-- i aitliUctloti dencejmt built by l),rk Hrad'ey for $2,100. from I'HuiojrjpuiiolirdSMi. wilt meat the rooms lately vacated 8m. it K Noal ha renUd the farm of 16M" KATE HUliUKHA It. M II O rley Hn,i lion removed to the ,TM' WOOD WALLACE, '" Ij a; i:t.s I OTO G R AM I H. FOX, " uuar-lew- l. Livery, Training, SALE STABLE GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LOUISVILLE, , icv. JACICMON Wholesale Grocers aialn ! 1 di, WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Proprietor. 2Ul-l- archi-teclur- nt THE ST. HOTEL,' "fq-Hlle- v,v ,, i. y, I I'-r- u, 1 f I I ui'i'ii-auo- lrd sa.oo ik:u m-i- n pur-chase- NOTICE, long-nsm- II Cholera o. Kn--la- ,j ini'iv Articles Incorporation. rn is, s; 0 50-cen- 1 two-third- s htu I'lU'cIiaNiiiAgoaicw! Sia-ifor- 1 AT eea jli:,l,L0Uisviiie 11 UNIVERSITY TilitOUUil 1 -- SOUTH & WEST .ihhail!, Oi-Iciui- 1 -- Lanes-tsrNeta- ARBUCKLES' ARI0SA (nor-bnus- 11 ss Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS COFFEE Loulsrllle, Ky, J iw n FriT" srm-jHtli- " " " The Northern O'.iio Insano Aajlcm six of the MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE Miai Ricbel June-- , aged day of lloi. 1G, SimWStechliinlcriocournai Stanford, Ky., - October M, 1887 W. P. WALTON. 1870, fc ia It uia) not be mneially kiuwn, but there law naond by the the lti!il&ture In Acteof tlit jfr, cbapier i which nrju.iee that uriUKBtx in counties vberevtr pr.'iubition laws prevail, ahall obtain k licence from the coudIt court to sell lii loro of any kind, before it h lawful la for hiui to do o, even on order to obtain this license it is necessary to written Jre the counfy attorney ten notice ami to pjit similar notices at three or more public placet statini" thm the application will be made and when. Thecojrt way then, upon satisfactory proof thut the .fpplican for the Hcene inof good character and in Rood faith a dealer in drug and medicine, era nt him the necwaarr licence to (ell liquoru fir one year, provided the with two or more cut applicant give-bon- d Sclent sureties that he will not vio'a'e any of thn lawn reRtiUtinz tbe traffic in liquors and will teil only upn the prescriplionofa practicina physician, plainly written, datod and eiRnfd, which prescription he Lall paste in a look for tbe purple nod cure No prercriptioti ehall fully pnt-rtthe sale of more than one quart A lailur- - to procure euch license eubjecta the offender to a fine of not lees than $50 nor more than $100, or imprisonment for not leas than 10 nor more thin 30 day orbotb, indictment the prcceedirga to be by of tbe pmnd jury. The same fine and penalty attaches for n violation of tbe conditions of the lirenee and a conviction cairie; with it a forfeiture of the right topell at all. IrupRipi" in this ami other prohibition localities wmild do well to tee to thin matter dj' y An attempt to pM a resolution of for the condemned nuirohists, pled.; iu their warmeU endeavors to secure a commutation of their sentences Hnd con demninR capital punisr mnt in gene ril, wh odareJ iu the Kaight of Lbar conpromptly vention nt Mlnntan lii. It v ruled ouu( or Ur b Mr l'jwderly, and to the ruling, upon aa appjil bin. he vacated the chiir uu! uide one of the uoil earned speechei of his life against hotNumerous such suicidal action. headed detegUej c'mupionel the reolu-tiou- j and after pin lemjniuiu had reigned for an hour, the rtiliug was sustained by a It U well for the order vote of 131 to 52 that the counsel of baler men prevailed. The knights of labu are not reguded with as high esteem as formerly and to have espoused tin ciuie o( the murderou anarchists would hare wipjj out tie Uil vestige of public sympithr with them. COUNTY f pulinlly burned ami with it helple-s inmte. died Tus IttJLJl 0 -- Jl to 1 ., Trl,T I . tiki We have always had a greV admiration fjrdimon lljllivar IJjckner, but the more we read of his ac's since becoming governor the more we like bim. His head seems to bs entirely leavel on the pinioning question aud if he adheres to the ru'et he has laid down he will earn the plaudits of every good cttlz.'u. Hi latent act is to refute to pardon Gearge Buchanan, who forged ware houe receipts in Louisville and fled to Canada, because he think that it is only in very exceptional case that a pardon should be granted bifjre trial and becaue "the accused ha" placed himself beyond the reach, both of the courts and of the execu live, and defeated all legitimate interferin hs absence. Toexer-ci- e ence by under such circuuntrnce the power would be to defeat the end of justice." per-isti- A 1 ellow in jil at Maysville tempted rape has made two tempts to commit suicide Toe j tiler ought to furnish him sufficient ficilities for completing the job at the next trial. NOTES OF CURRENT for at ineC'Ctuil at at once. EVEIIS. iLl J TiiEnttornpy cecend of Virginia pre ferrtd to notojail topsyinK 5C00 for contempt of the orders of United Slate Judge Bond. An application was nt once made firawrii of habea corpus lo the U. S. Supreme Court and it will ba anjued at once. The Virginians are much incensed over the matter believing that Stale and the ptrscnil liberty of her efficere are involved, Gov. Lee characterizes the judge's actirti aa an outrage upon the constitution and rights of the Stale and satf: All Statee are interested in preserving their constitutional right?, sni if the Supreme Court sustains this Federal Judge, the sooner the State insist on an amendment to the constitution protecting, de fending and preserving their lights from such encrnkchmentr, the better. sovrr-eJRnty The Colored Normal School at Frankfort pjntd with 11 pupil-"- . At Snux Citi Wednesday tbe President inspected a hou'e built entirely of Convicts who prefer death to the penitentiary are not numerous, but two have shown up in a week. At Chattanooga one cut bis jugular and bled to death before he be could be taken out of the court-houscause he was sent up for fire years and at Fontiac, Micb., Charles DeUroat, charged with perjury, rather than endure the disgrace of being eent to a penal institution took a dose of opium and died from the ef fects of the poison. Itistobe hoped that for the sake of the public good, the exam, pie of those twn will find many imitators all overthe country. e Chicago is but a little less horrible than tbe numerous others of similar nature that haye occurred recently. Nearly all have refulud from criminal carelessness and such thincs will continue to he until the officem are held to (stricter accountability The details of the last accident to which was added the burning of the half crushed victims are enough to make one' blocd The railroad disaster on the Atlantic & run cold. Senator Harris says he will introduce a bill in I he next legislature to cut the railroad commissioners' pay from $2,000 to $80O a year. Tbe Inter would be a snffi cient salary for the amount of service ren dercd, but we will bet our last summer's straw bat that the bill will not pass. It is as easy as rolling ofl a log to increase win drtn President Cleveland's hand shaking ries, but the hardest matter possible to re record at Cnicago was 13 hands per minute. duce them Mr. Cleveland evidently does not need Thode has bad himnelf interviewed, any palsy to make him a more successful when lie stated that he was elected over shaker. Mr. Carlisle by 700 votes and that he had Oj the Iron Mountain road several the uttnoMt faith that he would be given his days ago the Pacific Express safe was rob- rights by congress after an investigation. bei of a sum varying between $30,000 and Mr. Thubi sterna not only to be a very $10,000. J. B. Owens, the messenger, has facile prevaricator, but also to possess a disappearel. very Banguine temperament. Hon. J, Randolph Tucker has been re of tbe going to the voting tained for tbe defense in the Instead of tbe voter place, the voting place will go to the voter Ciicigo Aoarchijts, and i in Niw York in in ttjylo county. Tbe democratic county consultation with Gen. Roger A. Prror, committee has arranged for a committee to his associate counsel. The (J leen k Crescent announce that call on all democrats to express Iheirchoice in the race fnr the sheriffalty. The plan they will have tickets for sale for tbe Athas been tried in other counties aod is said lanta Exposition on tbe 13ih, 17th and 20th of this month. The rates are one fare for to have worked well. at 1 cent per mile. tbe round-tri- p Jcdoe DcVALL, one of the finest lawsyndicate of Springfuld, Oio, and A yers in the Stale, decides that Sam Hill Pastern capitalists his purchased 68,000 adcan hold both the office of Senator and acres of coal land in Breathitt county and jutant general, as they are nst incompati- will at once open mines and build needed ble under the law, and it Is hoped that railro ids in the county. The company has be will not be iillueoced by a republican a capital of $3,000,000. pre 8 in resigning, either. Judgo Thomas C Manning, United Mr. Cleveland told the St. Paul peo- States Minister to Mexico, died in New ple that he thought more of hie wife than York, where he came to attend the meeting of the Peabo ly E lucational Fund, of which of any earthly honor that could be upon bim and thanked them for not he was one of the tru'teei. The ctuse of spoiling or raairying her while ee was theie his death was an ohitruction of the bowels. as a school girl. first gamo for tbp cham- Morrii Seaman, at Louisville, nearly severed his head from his body with a rsnr c 1 died instantly Dm Johnson stabbed nnd killed another negro named Ike Lewis, al Lexington, over a game of craps TneNiobrara Lind andCiltle Compi ny, incorporated in Eist St- - Loui', has failed with liabilities of $350,000. The cocetiuction of the Louisville Southern is being pushed rapidly and 60 miles are now ready for the rails. Tbe Postmaster at Tampa, Fla., tele graphs the Washington authorities that there is no vellow fever there, but only dengue fever. A Lebanon Enlerprut. Extra says that examining trial EJgar s' after a .Beard was discharged for tbe murJer of Clem Riwlings. Andy Johnson, the Bell county murderer, is among the list of tbote who were indicted forjmoonshining, b tbe Federal court at Louisville. At Plevna a riot orcurred Monday during the election for member' of the Twenty-fou- r jersons were killed and thirty wounded. Messrs, Matt Walton, Young Allion and John R. Procter are delegates to the centennial exposition at Cincinnati in 1SSS, appointed by the governor. Lon Preston and a fellow named Bryant fjugbt at a church near Mtdiaonville lait .Sunday over an old grudge, when the latter slabbed the former to death The republicans carried the Indianapo lis municipal election and in Caatta'nooga, where they uullyelect their nun by 1,000, the democrats elect this time by US. Mrs Ella Il)binaon, wife of a Louis ville hardware dealer, committed suicide in New York by jumping from the second story vr indow of her boarding house. A member will fit In tbe next leglsh- ttireof Kentucky who was but G months olJ when the war commenced, yet be is al ready tho proud father of ten healthy cbil two-day- r.rn ce The bae bill is ten yews pionship of the world was played at St. old. Ita present editor and owner, Mr, D. Louis Monday by the club of thai city, E Caldwell, has had it for over half that champions of the Association, and the Di time and to him belongs tbe credit of troits, champions of the League, 13,000 placing it among the best dallies in the spectatora being present. St. Louts won by a score of 0 to 1. State. The Lexington 'lianscript R S. Hicks, ctshier of N. M. Shumate sold 10 shoals to W, Conn, Nitlonul Rink, his golt'ii away B. Smith at I cents, with $100,000 of the Institution's funth. The baby loft sometime since at Wm. C L Cecil bought of C. C Reyne'rson Riplet's is slid to belong to a woninn named IS head of 2 year old fat mule- -, about 11 Magsby, who was formy of this county. hands high, at$S2 57 p?r head.-LebaWilliam Pea i haa bought a $2 500 Standard. farm near Pmo Hill. Jerome Price Iihb The 10 h annual sesilon of the Ameri sold his farm situated five miles northwest can Bickers' Association is being held in of this place to Mr. J. Moore, anOiionn, Pittsburg President Murrey staled thnt for $1,500. the association is composed of 0 000 banks, O.d accounts utisiuess is business representing over $ 1 000,000,000 in capital, must be settled. Come iu and ree me. If euplusand deposits Of thee .1,000 are you have not tbe money, give your uote national, the remainder are private and The old firm's business mint be closed. State bink, trust companie and saving In- This is to all who owe me. Take heed stitutions. before you are visited by anofli.'er F L. Williim D. Brockway, the most noto Thompson 2t rious forger in this country, was Monday That Rockcastle family mentioned by released from Sing Sing, aficr having serv our friend Uurdett, of Lancaster, ns having ed a five years' sentence for forging railroad pissed through St. Louis on their return to binds and coupons. In 1SG7 Brockaway their native hills with a ftrewell address to counterfeited $10.000 in government bonds, tne We-- t painted on their wagon cover, has and in 1SS0 repented the experiment to the arrived and gone to work putting in when, amount of $204,000 and has been guilty of preparing for winter, fii., and all are happy many leser offenses. as June hugs. At Rout, Indiint, on the Ciicigo A: Mr. J. W. Neobitt, the slao man, has Atlantic rod, an etstbound psenger just closed a trade with Messrs R. K and train was run into Monday night by a A. H. Erans, of y.inesville, Ohio, for the freight train and probably 30 lives lost. white oak timber on a 1,700 acre tract al The passenger tram, which was drawn by a land near this place formerly owned by O. disabled engine, was closely followed by A Redd. Mr Ne-bi- tt will move his tho heavy freight, and when the former stave bticken mil mills to the Itnd iuitnc-diatelslopped to take water the latter crashed in and run a big bnsinest in the stave to it, the rear sleeper being forced into the line light passenger coaches in Iront of it, tearJudge V.. K. Evan', of meaville, ing them into splinters. The wreck at once O.oio, whs here Tuesday and Wednesday. toote fire and the tl ims epeedily an l hope Mrs M II Unci: is visiting Knoxviile. lelT surrounded their shrieking victims, ' Expulsitloable" sirs its but n queswho were wholly bayond the help of thoe tion of time when the wo pie will nee who had escaped things in tbe same light that he dot" re garding matters connected with etlieUI af An Interview with Mt. Millet-Tfairs, connected with the race he once protho Editor ot tho Interior Jouml posed to run. Lancaster Os'ober 13 Tha (Xnlral It is suggested by sevrrs.1 cit uns Iu .Wks of this datecontains as an item of public various prt of tbe county that those of information, the statement that wairants holding county otli:e inform the people arrtst had been iued in 17 different cnes whether or not there remains on the by tbe police judge of Lancaster against tite book a cenernl or an olhir law req'iir I John W Mil.er for selling i'ior without ing the people to do militia duly on the Knowing that the foundation of license ounty roads. The various amendments uf euch procedure was to be found in the rath the ro'il laws pard during the last two er unuUil course of the town trustees in S'Psions have placed, tho whole matler in first granting licence to Miller and then, I dvib if vorii g after license Da J beu Rsvs. A.J, Pike and Jess Tyrte have concluded to interview Mr. Miller lo ascer been holding a protracted meeting at tain the couree he proposed to pursue with Syre's school house near Freedom church, reference lo the warrants. Slid he: ''Of this county, resulting in 12 addition, 10 course I will defend tbem. I feel a pro by confession. Twenty one were haplited found conviction that I am not guilty, ei- Ust Sunday and 10 will be biptizd Saturther in law or morals, of a public offense day next at Freedom. Bro. Pike is now It is conceded by even the most pronounc holding a meeting at Hill. The Rv ed and earnest prohibitionist that there is Hiatt is continuing the revival series at no statute, other tnan the one voted on by the Christian church, this place, Nineteen our people last October, forbidding the were bsptized Tuesday and 8 Or 10 more statute Judge granting of license. Tun will bj biptiz'd during this week. Verily Morrow held, on my application for li a religious wave has slrjck the county. cense, to be inyalid. And while be subse Mr. A. W. Norton, an itlluential farapplicaquently declined to entertain the mer living on Rockcastle river, near the tion because tbe circuit court, in his judgmouth of Skeggs oreek, ibis county, ? ment, does not have jurisdiction in such it's rather late to mention the fact, but not cases, I have reason to know that his opin- finding an opportunity to do so before he ion of this statute remains the same. I wishes to inquire of the Laurel Fair Comhave further reascn to believe that there pany why tbey awarded the premium to a are but few, if any, attorneys who practice horse in the walking ring that wai beaten at this bar whose opinions in this regard by his horse 20 He states that seconds differ from Judge Morrow's. Now, having the ring was open to all competition and obtained my license, both from the State that the judges were tieing tbe blue on his and town authorities, 1 submit to the pub- horee when they he wa from lic that I should not be distuibel in my this county and then gave it to another. enjoyment of the privileges under It until a The various cr respondents from this court, haying the proper jurisdiction, shall place to that sprightly youngster, the Wilformally decide that the btatute is valid I liamsburg Salmagundi hive a picnic writ am not proposing to violate any ".own ordi ing about each other's liz ness. One xc . nance, or lo defy the authority of the cil'e' another of having stood a fair "li sv But it should be appttent to tvery of receiving the prizi for being the dullest one that the police court of Liocister i. not boy in town, nt last club but he the court in which to tet the conttltuun was atdeep and the prin piwd to lie ality of an act or the validity of n statute. next mm awake. In retal .1 ion the sleepy Suppose the police judge should compel man sajs the other is so Jar r the dot.s I should sue tie trus me to py a fine and won't look at him. Bro. Whitehead, the tees in the circuit court and compel them clever editor, should watch the born and to pay it hick to me, as I ain certainly do, advise them to be careful in their remarks if they wrongfully collect tnonuy from me, regarding each other or a duel may be the he accomplished? what good can rein It Suppose the trustees should prosecute On the night of Ot a ptrty of these warrants against me, and I should sue men went to the house of the widow M for malicious them in the circuit court living in the northern put of this prosecution, what would prevent me from county and whipped the old 'adr and her getting a judgment against them if Judge three daughters. Oi Wednesday night Morrow adheres to his opinion that our following the same party called al the local option law is Invalid? house and after breaking the door down I perceive no good that can result to any- went in and knocked two of the women one by this course The only question by striking them over the head with really at issue !: Have we a valid local don and clubs, and taking them guns out gave local option law? That question the police them another threshing One of the wocourt cannot decide. When it i decided men did good execition with a chiir before by the court having jurisdiction of such they overcome her She cleared the dooi qnestions, I will conform my action 10 way for n while, km eking ore ol ibe attheir mandate. The manner in which tacking parly senseless and scattering the these warrants have been gotten out demon- crowd Writs were afterwards sworn out strates to my mind that the public Interest against James Harnett, Joe Kimble, two of was not regarded in obtaining them. Noth the Biileys, Evas Div.'h and two of tl e ing cm possibly be settled by them Tne Bricknals, charged with being the parties police court might or might not decide who did the The examining that we have a local option law and it trial was set for Monday last before a mag would settle nothing. There are questions istrate and continued to Wednesday next that can verr easily arise involving the Some surprise may be expressed by the of the town entire validity of the Charter trulv loyal when it is shown that all the of Lancater,but I do not care to raise parties charged with this outrage are repubthem. I am a citirsn of the town and licans. At election and nearly all other have property Interests In it and prefer to times it has been preached that all kuklux a proper municipal see it, of course, under in this and other counties were deuiocrsti government; but if I "am forced by tbe Tbe outcome will be wntclied with interest town to fight, when I want to be let alone, and the particulars will be given after the is in sight. The I will fight for all that trial. town would incur expense in defending The BrynMawr Hotel, a atimmer re suits to maintain its charter, and at the end be an sort near Philadelphia, was destroyed by the local option question would still open one. Lut them let this matter rest Ore. Loss $230,000. At ilinton, West Virginia, George until a court of proper jurisdiction can settle it, and then if I am found guilty 1 Martin shot and killed his wife when he The discovered that previous to marriage she will try and endure the penalty. in mind that '.bey have had lived a life of bid repit'e, triutees should bear Robert Garrett has resigned the pre -never hitherto refused license when there only dency of the Baltimore k Olio railroal is no law forbidding the license. The sue between us now is that I contend company, bill will remain in the directory, there is no law, and possibly some of tbem which has approved the contract for contend that there is. Let a competent the transfer of the telegraph linen to the will abide court decide the matter and I Western Union, Faiiut.ay. tho result. non y ititnc , Olevrry itricrlrtlotr which Complete Xjine of Groceries Onv Htoelc oi Hardware, wo ji,jr KttrnituTi lo bur IttiU mi erp constantly em ban J atiil aik yon lo (uiieatiJ fxamlnelt ai will si Which no retail lions ran rompeto with While you aielosiVlrgarounJ, wswlllaliow jou lb Oliver Chilled and Imperial 11 own, Wearongcntt Tor, the bat In the insiket alto Ihn IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, tiomethlnnew ul noTotanl the flnrst tlilrg of the klml In m, Inourllne ol llrattnc in. I Cook BIOTWi, we canliuittin miwt fill.lloui In l lb rlu nn.l uiske ami eiptdallr I" UrUUi Moves, an we with toahow ycu unmrthlrgeirelli-nt- . )(our w krrp Mine, Oinrnl, Salt, At, anil In lacl ben you are In thrid Ian. irmly anything we han'l gut that ti aujlhlng near our Hue. Com I n town anil weahall U JelUItl to nuke It iloosnt lor HOIK IK A HUH. JIT. yim Very truly, IB TJ IT GHOCKBIES OF- - tt T. R WALTON co it .m: u- - 0k MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. 4Jr OJET TXIE me-lin- g, WAT DAVIS, lt TfBVM TWlTf "IWT x!l -- ittuLKa jPbt PHARMACIST. IK- "yP - - Drugs, Books, Stationery and (- p"'c .j i Fancy Articles. t'hyrlclanp' ir M!ilor. .o kkui iilt-l- compound") Wois i ,(6SJWv awRti i w 'i -- 4? a h w4v . V . JJWELER. The l.arares: Btru'i of Watches, lllocks, itswHi'v ina silverware ... uri-- i IV'i umir thin hn "i.rf I S Jt. t 5rt- - (mir ,, UWWS vz? IS Nr- Lss'is. -' V tJfflS&f Jl , a J. 4ft ' fr ,., t i .1 Mini J r.i lw,irr K- - TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. I I rEIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS N,echancal Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses or Studv -7TrTrorNTV.in'OINTr-,:s iwcrivKn -- -or ltrmbeij.i8EPT. M1, IB07. For CATALOGUE and other ti'itiov wni.n. n. iinowM, rn. u UtAINUTON, KY. l?gr,,0Sil,1,,,ral aJd run: hW SiLLr-- i Ol . VV,-'- ) j. . . .,jf,ihT.m.j ... . .fr...1 tnr' 'MWllPfTTtlHIllllWIWWWWWPWWrWJWWi)riMBPWWKWW fiii' '.Ylir' Stanford, Ky, fcl. ttl 'tnirSlnfro l' OctoborM, UuHlnoHH 18S7 T"" lliir mriifiniMn-- hfilM l V ii ihn Iwl ilny for brlnelnK PiiJtf '"r (J. WALTON. i". J. V LMUAi Mnnniror. I iiavk jiint received h harnleoine full uooilc. CVII mul eei them. HhniikH. lot of .S. JI. IIME .... . CARD. ilitrtiiihtlill i 01 Kitwil Ovarium eervetl in any elyle from 10 nt night iltirini: Hip ovaler n'lwjn. J T. Harrie. Till- little k rl rwcenily born to Or and Mra. C A Cix died Tuesday and w buried here the following - tll train Mntf ' Local Kri-lgb-t train" olng Norm Bu.nii (MA.i North fl 01 A l " uuih IIjo Jaiur tralusalsa tarry pauciiKirs. CheaOTelsralculaUHl un s.andri lima. Holm ll about 70 mltiutc-- laslrr " N.ti 'outb ... I .ii It M 4. M J 5 J l.M t. i.tt dy ils Nicw Navy Means, I'icklea in bulk, N. Y. Cneeae, Frmh Ckea nnd Cracker, ut A A. Warren's "Model Ororery." Mil Mack C. LOCAL TIME CARD. iiil 7.20 A. M. P. M. Hihtman received a telc-yra- tii Fralna liaa llowland at 5 lUiturnlug, airlvtatdand from Williamsburg for a ciakel fir Mrs. Will ml Jaun-non- , who died (' child bed fever. TlIK Uw airninsl almotini; birds doe not expire till the '20 h, and every pit hunter or others cimjlil violating it should have the fine of f3 'or oh ollne "lappeil upon him. Tiimlay LOCAL NOTICES. Ill Y y i i r r S ml liioVa ami eclnol mi pllea from A K IVnriy Abk your urucer for lliu Cincinnnli Ua kini; Co V erne kern and cake. M HoiiKHTii ar lieai!iti.ri-r- i TlIK heavy frost- - of jesteriNy and the for pct'iMil hook mid tun) I Kiipplit-day before aeems to I avu about iiollen awy W ATl'lfKH ami Jeweiry rrpaireil on alior with all the veiielalii'ii that it ciillld hurt. tiy A. K. Penny. .utter slid warrnutt-Ice nearly a ipiarttr ol an inch thick form A cuMl'LKTK ol welry, l.uet ed m xptxjially. A, tyie. KockforJ witi-liIt I, unr fin: trial of tftere Pennington for oh TlIK tir.ii nl IVnny A McAliter haying tainii.i; proierty fr in Mr. Jahn W Wal iliieolvtil, tic HtTiiiinl" are ready lor eoltle Uc- - on lnle et f ir yeaterdiy prelene w went, ("in nl onie mid pettle. Yotl may at Komerael. Mr. It. C. Warren hia ataVr i .ct. torney and lhink there will be no trouble PERSONAL. in prnvins; hia client out of thu limine. r Mil l.t) ('Aim.it vrati-nUi went to Lotilaville Kl.I. SMII.BY, ol DftHVllle, M pendlt n a lew day here. Dii. M I AMi.r.n of HirroiUlinry, w.n here Wedi day arid ftvoi.il u with a "Vl'l dny call Dii-uT- TiikCarpjcntrr Cahk -J- uiIro Morrow sent tola for last ianie, but it did not arrite ln ( A. l.AiKKr lull TiUfilay on n in tiuif : The Crfrpenti-- r oaie will he ctllfd I .ir. - i'tt to Kna City and otht-- at 10 o'clock A. M Monday, 17ih. and the fat freight pi'in' Morel tr.d at ft 10 A M. t ui' n MiMoori. will furnlh accommodatiom for all the .MlU S C Tlll'HM'JNI) nlttl Children, Hirri'n cunty, ar visMUBt; kr motW, witness and any other who miy wUli to Rome Mr. J I, l)ieon. I wish to inform the public that Mra. -- Mh ani Mm I'.rvnrK William I n rrt'irn l(itliii ill" tur a eete'nl Dawn-- ' and Mis Iva .Nunler jkk i' from lli-- i cities Saturday with an elegant uek' via t 'o relative. Dti A J K.vtrr, trw optic! in, left line of fall and winter millinery, which I rw'ct 'a? fcr Mt. Vernon, wlitre Lo will invite you to call and see belore burmi;. to inform my customer that I day ami thru ko to Lwdon. I ifliMln n ' .Muh MoNTuoxir'hY, .Mr J. V Sllre will be able to trim and wait upon them r, and Mi a Cirria lUrdin, dauuliter of the next week. Ke'pec'fully, Mra. Kite Attorney (ierrral, art) ciiealo of Mri Km 1 U. ts I Maiuiiai. John F. Him M, Two littlu rorpeaoame up on Wednes 'h train, the other btinu that cf little Ida, iIaukIiIit of J.mie It. Letvrll, who U1 at Mr. J 11 Lian', ri'ar Ililei's Hialion ll wai to I.inci'tcr fir burial beanie lis unther, who ilinl aloilt a rear ai-n-. lkn y )tm ami Sun'rirt, virfitinsj Mr. r Dtld-dera- Captain ba, been for eeeral months editing the Findley 'lnbuh . With oil bis ixcen-tricitiholms becu ill tbo captain is ro' without h'n for s juietime if piieuunni, ditd Wed lien THAT- good poit He is true lo bis friend' and day night at his home in the Kist End, Mr. B. G. Boyle has aged 02. An upright, conscientious and not afraid of latin honest man, he attended strictly to his own Kone lo LaCrescent, Wis., to be absent sevItevs, C. Ii. II. Martin, J. L. biismeiM Ivi was eer ready to respond to eral weeks. JJANE McKee, Sr., J. L, McKee, Jr., and Gen. S. the oils iii'jii him a neighbor an as a S. Fry attended the meeting of tbe Synod citizan. la early life he was married to B. F. Miss Khzibuth Wtlch, who preceded him of Kentucky at Lebanon this week. Heeder, recently employed in Smith A Anto the grave some 1ft years Tnree chilOF dren, all girls, surviva him, and the deep derson's mill, ha gone to Higginsport, est sympathy is felt for them in their Ohio. Itev 8. E Wlshard, D. D, the heartrending allliction. Mr. King pro Presbyterian evangelist, hai gone to Des frneed religion during Brother Barnes' Moines, Iowa, where be will take charge Mr. W. CraO Orchard meeting a few years ago and of a church with 700 members, at otue aUactnd himsalf to the Biptiet L Sumrall, a recent graduate of Centre church, of which t.e has since been a fa.it b College, is pursuing a labratory courre at Having lecurd the services of C. F. KENT, a prac ical Watchmaker with f.il and consistent member Tho funeral Harvard. Mr J. W. Yerkej is absent on many years' experionco, nil work will be done with neatness and dispatch, will occur to diy at liii church in Crab a business trip to New York. Itev. II. M. fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. Orchard ai 11 o'clock, Elder George W. Linney and Mes'n. W. O. Goodloe and AlYancry (.dictating, after which the remains bert Hommell are in Kansas City. James C. Nichols ixpects shortly to remove to will he interred in the cemetery there that city Mrs. George Sandifer, Jr , is visiting her ei'ter, Mrs. Gillespie, at Green RELIGIOUS. Talmage unnounceil lat Sunday that wood. Mr. It. G. Evans left on Thursday hi church had receiveJ during the year for Biltimore, where he will continue his "i hbrat iry studiei at John Hopkins' Uni ver souls by confession of faith. -j e sily. Til -- The Seventh day Adventists are hold s H- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. lug their annual camp meeting at Elir.ibeth-town- . Their main tent bra a seating caMessrs. Faris & Cj are working a pacity of 000. larire force of bands on their new brick The people of Liulaville are arrang- building in crder lo get it completed by i ing to spend ; Id 000 to get Moody and San winter. CD mi key to pietch there a mouth, when there is Itu'-e- ll 1'. K)uiey and L'zzie E. z Brother Miuiday right there to do the Brown wen united in marriuge at the ft work tt much leei thau half price Methodist church Tuesday evening at b ft e Ed It A. Hopper is holding aperies o'clock. The ceremony wa performed by CD S 3 of meetings at Woodbine, Whitley county IVof of Lexington. The Up lo Similar mot (here had been 30 ad Mk m saflssH church was handsome y decorated and wbb r W ditiona, of whicU -- 1 a r by baptism. - cruwded to its utmoil capacity Hi Ltbtnnn H andard. Mis Pearl Brown, of Lancaster, and -- EderA.J I'ribble, Hialed by Eider Mis Bettie Gibon, of Maditon county, arc O 15. F. Taylor, ' who did in Ml of the preach visiting Mies Kate Brown. Prof Miller H ing, and did it wil ," clnsetl a VI daye' gave an re entertainment at the court house x meeting at Preaohersville last Friday. Be Wednesday and Thursday nights. J II. a tfvival of religion in the cimtminl suli, Craw ford, of Crawford Postcffice, has movty; alienations ami d tlerenctM among the ed into tr e properly vacated by II. V. C N. Cull, cf Muoifordsville, and people of long standing removed and wetrust Col. W V He'm,ot Loui'ville, are here 75 greit kojiI don ; l.t added to the church. on biisine-- . Mrs Matgie Perman, vw e of -- Tie Grand IodkO of Gioil Templars l'.eed Permit , died cf consump'ioi Tue is to session at L'ltiisrille. report of iliy (Vsniiu. after a lingeriug illce"i of 12 s Par-le- y of liie Hocreinry aud Treasurer slioa that month. W. A has recovered CO 1 8 HH tssaaaaaaaaal from tli fever and is rut again Mrs Jis TT lodtei organ zhI during the there were Randall, of California with her two chil year; two lodge reinstated, antl 50 suspend dren, i viaiiinc Mrs. W. II. Rindall. ed Tbe rrd-- r b is tnw 131 lodgei, with a Tjmx7RtMisa':.ixmBusw, total membership of t 30S a net gain dur M.IV AIIViItTISKMr.MS ing the year of 1 1U3 I'ho Grant! Lodce has been laboring under a heavy debt f jr IIMIIIWIIII S 1- -1 everal years, but is now about paid out, fcUKolOS IJENTI-I- ", ami is in excellint working condition for Kkmtitky. JliMORP, the coming year. DEATHS, Mr. (ieorg) W King, t. PLKASE OBSESSIVE M'KOBERTS & STAGG, "Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, T- to C o WWW VaaaC O to M WWi Z I e. Io 0 n iruiF'aiA.rs', IX. G. RITPXaKlT, - Orhre couth side Mud. two doois aboTe depot at. LAND. STOCK AND CROh MEIJCHAXT IAIIOR, I hate recelxed and still receiving The good people of the Cherry Grove Mim HKi.t.s Keii, of MutlooTille, congregation were Very much annoyed Lincoln cuuntr, wa tbo MiiiEllie Sunday night lait by the boisleroua aod daya Uat week. f Win ungentlemanly Vanuinifr fert-ra- l behanor on the part of a chrlr Kun number of persons, whom we are told will Miw L. L riiNCLAllt, who hat rpent be proeciited to the full extent of the law, the hrrt, returned to her home to on a repetition of it. The preacher. Elder Colombo-- , Oa.. ruea.Uy, nccompanitd by Stephen Collier, could hardly proceed with her daughtrr, Mra. Dr. Btrele Hailry and his sermon, her childrrn. Titr McKinnvy neighborhood is coneid Mil. H F WhiTK haH aecureil the erably excited over the charge that J. W, of Aitsnt bjok kfepcr for the bean. n .Store Couipnny, Lotiiarlllp, and Adnin killed and old for beef a diseased Mr. Adams, it ecem, got the cow I! J) la a cow, went I b trier Wrdnenlay nlubt from Mr. L F Sharp, but both claim that briiflit and deter boy and hit frienda pct to heir tfmd reporta of him In hi- they were unawnre of her condition, if she was really die.ed. The citiz-nsay that nt w hoint they intend to have the ciie brought before LOCAL MATTERS. the grand jiry. cut-ato- f n 1 Owena. n a - Company neter ueil fully cam up to expectations and gave a good performance to a Inrte and Thomas O Hall want in to sty tint bo nudlenre. Oreint-- i the typical '. in up" at '. ikIki.I v. uU the liny ai d did bis work wsll Hairy Hardy, bitci kit d i f n atock of i:ortla the great r irnetist, gave an excellent salo, which wa loudly encored The brass bind 1 UK decision in the cio ol Judge 1 Ik and orctwsirn proved a big feature, both gina if aint the town of Critb Orchard hi a being composed of line musicians. by lh Siiprrmo Court. been Nr.w bilpcTinmn madrt anil V. II HiKllina for aU. Itoy well-pleasr 1 MakdyA Yoonu's Had rvraed It seem", that when M j. Theodora King am daily in receipt of n elenl lilts millinery, which I invite moved out to Mr. van de Water's farm he ol fall nnd ninttr waa mistaken In which of them was going the ladu to call and ciamine Kuwade to England. At any rate, he has gono Beizley. numerous, and sundiy creditors are black doi wt h bemoaning their luck in reposing confi KtkaYFI). A tK whilf aio; on breaa'; HntwerH to the name dence in him. Tne small amount of ef"Joe." A liberal reward will be paid for fects that he left has been attached, but they are claimed by Mr. van de Water. hirt re""M , Mra. Smith Irwin, Stanford ' 1 him-relfan- - Among the latest suits fjr divorce is that CiiARMd Adams, for robbing the nulla Hurnaide, plead Riitlly before the U. 8. of Bjb Whitley against Angelina Whitley at 10 acd Ibb charges that she is living with anothCourt thia week and waa fined aentenced to two yeara in the penitentiary, er man and has had a child by him, which allegations if true ought to recure him the TlIK llulineaa evanReliata, Mra. Kllza coveted decree. Speaking of divorces, a beth Wheaton and Meaara. A: M. Ktper white woman called on Clerk James P Hai and William Warner, are with in auata ley the oilier day and demanded a divorce for a fw lay ami held forth on the atree ( immediately, if not socner. He explained yeaterday. to her that he could not give her the propat the er relit f. ''tit she insisted on reading him a waa repreaented Hustonville paper that she had prepared, setting forth theatre Wedneaday nihl by a larjje the ground for her request, which the afl'i-- bl and of her prettieat kItIh e clerk pronounced sufficient, and shede There mint lne been ISO parted, evidently of tbe impression that she of tbein was a free woman. Notwitiistandino the Diiay 'Holler MARRIAGES. Mill are tuininc out 60 barrels of Hour per day bealdea custom rindin?, they are Miss Helen I)uvry, the actress, and J50 barrels behind in their orders. llve h John M, Ward, ehott-stoof the New little patience gentlemen anil they will fill York baae ball club, were yestenhy marriei ' your orders. privately at New York, At the residence of the bride's father, M. Lasley haa favored a number Mn. L. of hie friends with aamplea of the kind of Rev. John A. Bugle, and by that gentlebtef he proposes to feed Ihem on, which wo man, Miss Lucy M. Bogle and Dr, Noah Hayes, of Kansas, wero united in matrican tfHtify is A No. 1. His reputation in the line also os to prove that he is in ear mony on tho 12th. They left at once for nest and we trust bis tflorlH will be liber- tho home of the groom where he eujiya a good practice and is held in high esteem, ally patronized. , The bride is both handsome and accomMits. V. G. Welch has Rotteo up a plished, besides possessing in an eminent Cnautauijua Club, which will be orianJd degree the wit and other distinguishing and teHch-e- r in a few days by Eld. McClinlocb, a excellent traits of her worthy father. May The object of the she find in her new relation and location, of the afsoci&tlon. club is mutual improvement and social en- if potsible, as warm and true hearts a she joyment. A course of books will be read leaves behind and live in happiness and and discussed, and judging fiom the char- contentment to a ripe old age, ter of these who have joined the club, it E T. Younjj, sold to A. Cimenirch 0 will be successful in both the objects yearling heifers at i cents. sought. dele-Ratiohamlaom-itcentlenitm in Leavell's ealeof etock occurs on the 20ih near Bryantsville. Forestus Keid Bold to Carter & Glvens 25 head 200 pound hogs at f 1 10. -- Cittle are quiet in Louisville at 2 to 20; hogs are active, with best selling at I to H; fair to good shipping sheep 3 to 3j; common 1 to '1 Hhtifl At Nichols sold to Dr. McLeod, of Versailles, thirly-'ou- r mule colts at $5,150 per bead. There were only seven horso colt anting Ihem. -- Georgetown Times. Abe Coleman, of Harrodsburg, wee thrown from his sulky while showing a horse at the O vtneboro Fir and was struck on the head by the hoof of a horse in the rear and seriously hurt Jcc Croxton sold to J, A Nash 10 1 200 pound, 2 yeir-olcittle, to be delivered November 20th at 3J cents. A bet ter feeling is prevailing in regard to prices of feed. n ; rattle, an I some of our be-- t pfto ctttle men ihlrife thty will be higher Winchetter yet -- At E T Youir's sale ysslirday tie farming implements brought good price; brood mares sold at from $90 75 to $150; 1 yearling fillv $100; suckling colt by Har ry O'F.illon $210; mules at from $240 lo $207 50 per pnii; milk cows $20 to $27,50; steer calyes $11, shoats 3 cents; slacks of hay $0 to $12 -- W. M Itibb, of C intonvillc, killed 5S doves n week at one shot, and would have kil'el more, but that number made Puis. Kentuckian. up the entire il ck We wuuldnh for anything accuse Bio Craddock ol lying, but he aetun to have htudled the truth rather recklessly in this paragraph -- Tom Woods old Siturday 28 held of tip top yearling cattle at $3 2"i per cwt. At Hsggaril's cale 3 year old mules brought $100 lo$12-"- and colls $10 lo $70; corn in snnck$2 2D per barrel. Col H P. Thorn eon sold privately last week 500 hogsheads of Hurley leaf at an average of 20 cents, tbe Winchester sale amounting to $130,000 Sun B J. ' MONEY WANTED. I wUh lo tiorrow 52,000 (or yean, en. 271-tl one, two or three and gooJ security or lien on real eitate givCall at thia ofilce or addreaa New Goods for Fall and "Winter, Comprising tbe best in the market, wbtch wtt 1 Vox Hit, Stanford, Ky. JStOlXDL Ji'- ! Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Mono in City or Country Ulvu Me n Trlftl. rrom thrataHeot W, E McAfee on the night of October 8th a Horrvl .lliilc, about I5Ji. hands high, heary built, short head and a little dlih-face7 years old and In good order; shoulders a lltllo sore Irom work, I will pay a reasonable amount for the return ul the mule or lor Information leading to ber ricoTery. 271. tl IT. K. JicAFKF, by II. M. Jobnrun. WEAREN & MEEFEE, NOTICE ! All Lands that tho Taxos aro not paid on by Oct. 12th, Will b advertized and !fimPpBHii ! d Sold County Court Day in Novsmbar. r. . .rn'tj,txn,B l. r. 1 Aflmiiii.sirntor'.s Wale As administrator of ,t. M I.liuore. ik'J, I will olUrut public sale at his late residence one m lo north ol Wain, it Flat, The follonlog personal property, t; One yoko o( oil work cattle, 3 soo.1 old .Steers, 4 lalres, 1 goad b'ack saddle Mare, 1 bay Colt, 1 HI tie, 1 OrsM htrlpper, 1 Corn bliel-le- r, 1 SlUer Watch, 1 Clocks, Ac. Terms: All sums ol 510 and under, cash la hand; over that amour, I, credit of six months, on notes with good security, tiearlm; Interest from day of mle, negotiable and payable at tho First National Hank of Stanford, Ky, 271-t- On 1 hurniliiy, October 20, 1SS7, d Sale a 10 A. M. sharp. JI. Ii. Eij.JIOHE, Adm'r. PUBLIC SALE Land, Stock and Crop! I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than, ever,'be-forSash-Blind- s, e, On Friday, October On the promlsea 28th, 1887, the i Farm or Three nmulrctl Acre, Known as tho E. P. Peantcgton Kami. 1J miles Irom Crab Orchard, on thrt Stanford A Crao Orch-ai- d pike. This onsol the best stock farms In Ue county. Terms, Jjiaib, bilance In 1 aud 2 years All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. J. II.GKEE.V, Ak.. from the cheapest to the best. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Hu.stoiiYlllG, Ky. with interest. OANklLLE. BOTLE COUNTY Harrison Derlne and Jane Itoweey, widow of the late George Itiweey, obtained mariage license Thursday. James Kinnaird has sold to James II Gentry S5 feet of ground, corner Lexington etreet and and Sinkertown pike, for $1 COO. Mr. Gentry expects to erect thoreon a brick house, which will cost $2 100 A miserable vandal entered the Cald well Cumberland Presbyterian church in this county a few nights ago nnd cut to pieces a new carpet the ladies of the church had put down a few days before. Messrs. Btiley and Moore, the rival candidates for tho democratic nomination foreherifl are to have their claims decided One friend of each to go in as follows. pairs through each precinct and lake the sense of all democratic voters as to their preference and when the whole county has been thus canvassed to report to the county committee, who will then announce the nominee. Cspt. D. A. Murphy and family left Wednesday for Findley, Ohio, where the Also, 6 work Mules, W Mules 1 year; old, 2 brood Mares, 1 Mule Colt, 1 thoroughbred Bull, 12 milk Htoers, 9 stews, 8 Cows, t5 Calves, 61 S boats, bows and Pigs, 200 bushels or power Oats, 2,000 bushels of Corn, 1 new llosa Cutting Box, 2 Wagous and other Farming Implements. Terms tor the Tersoualty made known on day of tale, 271-t- Queen and Crescent Route. Paolflo Railway.) (Cinoinnati New Orleans and Toxas d ,1. It. OIVSLEX. Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orlonns, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. KEAI DOWN. TKAlNShOUTH. No.3. Dally Daily. ,Ex. Bun, Mo. I. I I UK A I UI TIIAINSNOKTH. Mu, a. Ho. 6. STATIONS. M) 2, Dlly. Dally. Dally. Rx. bun Daily. No 10. No. 4. No. 6. Dally. Dally. I.OUSVILLK, Ky, J1EV.S Fine Furnishings, Undorwoar, Hosiory, Glovofl, Pine Custom Shirts, MY SPECIALTY, JO 25 a in 0 13 a m L've...Clnclunati.,..A'rv G 12 p m 7 65 a nil 4 03 p in 9 00 p ill ' 3 15 pui Lexington ..' 6 55 a ill 3 4.1 a ca 51 P Ul 1120aui' 7 SO 5 20 a in 2 23aw Junction City ... I - p ui 55 p in 9 10 p ml I 15 am 12 7 60 a ui 7 55 p m 950pur Oakdale j 6 55 a m 0 15 a ml a 15 pro 7 39 a or 5 15am 455pm in1 Hoyce 8 25 a IU 9 17 a 0 03 pin 7 10pm 5 00 a in 4 19 a w 9 30 a UiAi'v..CbatUnooji,.L've U 30 p m 5 3J p m ,L'te...Chattanotga a'rv 130am 9 15 a ui 10 00 p in 1 10pm 12 4S a ui U5 p in I Atlanta. ..Ar'v A'rv 1 10 a in 10 40 a m 10 30 pm tilrmlngham 3 50 p m 4 10 a hi 8 12au 8 30pm Tus aloosa 0 30 p in fi 12 a in G 40 a a: 7 40pm 7 40pm ..Akron , 700am ' 4 45 am S 35 p m . ..York 9 45 pm1 8 55am SO p m 3SCaic -. A'rv. Meridian L'vf 4 10 00 a ui Ill 00 pm 3 20 a m I.'ve . .Meridian ..A'rv 4 00 p ro 15 pm it 1010am 8 35 p m New Orleans..!.' tp y 00 a in C 15 am1 5 30p m 2 45am 1 1 25 p m 'L've .... Meridian A'rv 4IKI1U 10 40 am 9 55 pm .. A'rv .'Jackson ..A'rv 10 35 aro .,., 3 50 a m 4 20 p in 7 15 pm 7 25 a ui Vleksburg 0 25 a 111 7 40 p m 1 55 ..., a ui Monroe 12 15 p ui, 1265 m in 10 10 I 4 31 p ...I ohroTeport. in 30 pm I" 5 10 a ml pm'll 8aul 'a'iv. i ii pa air lib and Main. Mann lioudolr Buflet 91c)pin' Cars ou all thro'igh trains, H COM.IH: V', Gen'l JOHN C. (JAUt.T, fJou'l Manager, 1VCAUKOLI., tleu'l triipt., (iencral OflScei, Ht Taul UullJlug, Wnt Kourili Stret-t- , One unatl. Olo. Frt. A Agt., tX"SJ ."' w ?Wl The tditorandthe Edited. Attempt t thrft'him: Hnd editors in KentucRy have hecune some what frequent. Tne editor of the Intkiu OR JooriNAi,, who is in the habit of calling a f ptde a rptde, was murderously assaulted because he published an account of an a- sa'sination and called it so instead of referring to it aa an "unhappy aflair." Later, the II in. W N. Sweenev, of Owens boro, once a candidate for U. 8. Senator, took umbrage at some remark in the Owens-bor- o Mmcnger, a paper which Is in the habit of publishing ftcts, and assaulted Mr. Woodson, its editor. It so happened that at tbe time of the assault Mr. Wood., son was birely reovered from a severe getting in e f. but he nevertheless wai ftcllve work on his aallant when they Newspapers are conducted were separated for the purpose of publishing the news and givlrgtothe public facts concerning tho history of each day. It i Ihe right and duty of the newspiper to lu this fairly and iiupirtlall); and when It i dine for a pub lie purpose and concerning an event which is of public interest, no man has any right to complain. In the days of politic.il organ it was considered utincceeary tn publish fac's. Opinions carefully prepared at heai'q larW rs, run! which cuefull elimiua ted everything which could give cause cf cfln'e to our "ditin.u.hH lellow cit ttu" wero tbe order of tbe day: but the day has parsed, the indeptnJepeT deit newspaper is in the field, and if the people want to ftol with tbe burs eiw thev will be apt to have Cjvirgton Commontheir Queers cut wealth. ill-nr- JThc is $nfmoi journal Bringing Him to lime, t A l J Tie good book has said that it is not & Hell for man to be alone It ha been saying so for about 2 000 year, more or les sTH)ltn, KKrt CK. but it was only ysteiday that we cuuetded Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!. that such was indeed the cae and proceed oi to lot us s wife Oir roailer ar to a sr Weill Irl)!e! tooiJtr stil puuips (urtolihiJ Hi-- l t prlcei. at How Chauncey Got tho Girl. doubt well acqiantel with ib Widow In a railroad speech the other day Blodgers, who keeps the bonding l"nrt LOriSSl'llliKOLL, Ctiauncev Depew made this fine point: around the corner from this ctlice, career, before I became in good, e'e 111 bets and a riare meal for oU "In my terested in mv wiV, and would not look at cents Fhin- - in that minsion it was that KltiniO.Ml, KIIUK1 any o her girl, or btfore the knew me well Iheshil from CiptlV b t wi clean e.iouyh to bj jealous i f tho other unlr, I through o ir too tender heart Ye, there Photographs in all styles nnd sizos. wtut cut one evening to call upon tbe pret ttesiwthe Widow B odgers and it was Ink. 13I n woo aad wjl her t fsi youtig Irdy in the village. When I there Wd It Pictures in India Colors.Crayon and Waur go thire I found a youns man from New was on a moonlight ntgbt she approached Nw iloalgui In Kriinei an t t it. tat T(rr low York with a Crony & Lsut suit on lauh-ter- j ti with a board bill in her hand, but all I'tirnl-lur- e nlwu)N linvo on IiiiiiiI I'rlcei. autl ru'lrct and with all the latest metropolitan undaunted we fell at her feet nnd poured I'liilorCuKor'n Jou(Im. .Mj iirlccN u III Iiu hh loir u niicIi Uv litnmlil In stories and grace, and I knew that, as a forth the tale of aflsction that titled our bo Koo1h mo n ell leu. 3011 1M ht I simple countryman, I was go'ir. I looked som, Need we say that the moon looked ili IohcmI. ! at Mr. Fifth Avenue with tmm )ity and down with wa'ery eits through thu dark, say Mr. Fifth Avenue loiked at me with con swaying bougl s of the oik' Need wb Jjhn Kir! 3 Hn Ko , Cbt Tne ucJfrtl,;-- c tempt. Subsequently her father ciuie in thu fair head netled ra nur editorial I'dki'u, AJsui fplflltxiic'r I'mllip Aotonl ml il to met Mr. Fifth Avenue and then I re 'houlder nil sbeiid she woul ! be our' C M. Kulir Iutv Ihui-T- iot!lhrr lucuri-oratun.lrr Hie nmr in.l ilflc we to tcioiuv and meai be red that the old Captain had a theo- N ' but such was the KTtngrlic Luthrrsn hmanuel of of UlltDheiiu. LlnctiJn cuuutj. ry showing how Ntpoleoo might hive won are a married man. To Killclt nrdera t"i our n!latl "k irery f Irjuim, tlnf Lull Ita rt iai l''i I er dood "alary and rxeiie or Loi.inil an The ceremonj'' W.t, cm tell about i ' n m will 1m OtivnhUin. Lloculu county, Kjr the battle of Waterloo. lie had told it to a Miueni employ iti'iil guarintevu AdJrei a '.'. The nature of the I.uIum to me a hundred times, and I eaid, 'Captain, There wa the paison ite promised him toorgmlin, etltlOlib nJ malnulu lranuctr-- It ilatlnr 1 , r. ChrUllaa HSt-.LINuraeiyi rn A' ItOWhAM), of tbote Mr. Fifth Avenue never heard how Wei $2; there was the bride, all white flubdub CtiutctiuC tbe Lulbrraa Conu'c.-n'lo2tT-- l Ml Uj 1, Mo a It down anl proftM iil' the wo'k of lington might have been defeated at Wa hud vails and flower and ribbons and explalnnl Id the ijiutiollc took' lilall of Concord, 1690, the Preachers Think of Cleveland. What terloo,' and Mr. Fifth Avenue, not knowing smiles, and there was we -- the whole is sum eIcially In t tin enUrrI Aiubur ConlcMlon ainalUr X Chicago paper issued a big ex what was in store for bin), asked tbe Cap- med up in the confession we hereby bnathe and tbeand lmt-rj-Catrcblaiu of Lutbei, and DR. W. B. PENNY, liouwi lll.S President Cleveland, tain to tell tho story. I had two of the forth to the brethren of the press wo are 3. rhe amount of capital it'ick etork ihall not tra iu honor of nor more Iban f,bGO, dltldol HI lWs thti ICMit lilt foi'it , pall In turh $1 each, ac ahall ! Etgle Gulch Into rliaies ola tue in which opinions of him from every most delightful hours fUuihterJ I ever no longer we -- we are us cttcen tl ttto cuuriu way dl installment!. reit. wurce obtainable were published. Be passed in my life up to that time with the War Whoop. 4. Tbe corporation ihall coumeco on tbe lit 14S7, atd tcrciloale ou.ttc lit tow is what Bishop Dudley and Chan- youDg lady in the back room, and when I day of It Pays to Think. day of spteinbcr, I'M". came out Mr. Fifth Avenue lay paraljz-- d cellor Blauton eay of him: The ailalrmf tbli corporation ihall 5. A string? instance of tht extent to which a caihler, who ductcil by My Deah Siu I have great pleas-ar- on the sofa laughter ir.d the Captain had labcr eaviug machiner) i) "arried nowadays ihall le atulnliter, atecrclary, trinin'., and tnruotbrr iruili'o, ju;t gotten down to the charge of Marshal wboiball be elected, flrM. on tho lit fa'urilar Iu minis-ratioii iibo-- n in the tiu can industry. H'err-bod- Vpttmber, I'i; and tbtrralter on tbt IMSatuf in, saying that to me the Ad has Ney and tbe Imperial Gaard." TLub-te- r of President Cleveland knows that tin ctn are manufactured day In Januarr of each year. 6. The blgbeit amount of Inde litidneii or liabilJ a better hope for the future brought by mtchinery Oieofthe machines utd ity to which ibl corwratioa ibatl at anr time (JfQie on Lancai't. itreet o tit dimiu ,S t. lira ul.Ject Itself aball b8M)0. IIi3 unswerving to my country. in the process sjidiri the longitudinal lhase Grasping Railway Monopolies. mis. t ,ujl 7. Tbeprlralo property of the memderi cf thla BIOK JOCKSit olflr at and lo5 p m. Areil' etlci 'ifcitnitc ri t i.ei outlined in the to the policy A magtz no published in Philadelphia emmi of the can, at tbe rate of 50 a min rorporatlun ihall be exempt trout tti uroiate necoa-ar,M.r platform on which he was elected, his in ISIS gave the followirg as an item of ute, tbe cans rushing alnDg in a continuous debtiTbli corporation iball bare all the power. 1 S tu .11 lio qih 1 a f w raontbi before conficcracnt. chapter successful withstanding of the parti- news: rhthliand prtTlleea fnrlf.rl-KT M Tiuns," nui.nWree Njw, f coure, drop or tw.i of ot tho (teneial r)tatut-- prnTl.led fcr byTitle, Incor-J. "la the course of tli9 12 months of of Kentuiky, san influences brought to hear to make 1S17, 12,000 wagons paesed the Allegbaay (older is left on the can The drop on the porated Com pan In. Iliunrutu Itti.llAT it ( At.atla, (,. W-ov him depart from his pledged course, mountains from Pniladelptiin and Ihlii-mor- e, outside can hi easily cleaned away, bet it ioral(d Companies clfiltei n inten ti to re. u Thli rnriiitlnn p ami the approval ot his action by the celled Intnorvanli union with the Merman Krati ' each with from four to six horees, la not eas7 to "(cure the drop left en trie Relic I.ullierau Sjno.1 ol tho eiato ol low oud people, in epite of the politicians be goferne.1 by the moluiloiii and ruleiol iball carrying from 85 to 10 hundredweight. inside It wjuldrt do, of courxe, to re'ard dlicipllnu prirctllml tbrrebr, where the atiue are these are grounds for repicing among "iUiie-Wrae-- r) The cot of ctrriage was about 17 per bun the fpeed of the work -- better watte tbe not Incona'iUul with thu Conitltutioa and lawa Hsiuti'.' patriots. Honesty, impartiality, com- dredweight, in of Kentucky. us huh as $10, drop, it is only a trill), anyhov, and to 99 some cises Uttenheliu, Mneolnco., Ky Auf. 12, courage these are the mon sense and Shortest ftcd Quickest Rout frjto .' JOHN CAUL. The aggrrgite sum paid men in a hundred it would not seem wonh OrrO KI Hit, Mlnlitar, characteristics of Cleveland as of Wash- t) Philadelphia ( ADAM, JOHN KOiMItU tral Keatuokj to all Points North fur tbe conveyance of good excieded SI,- - a mlnnte's attention Tue hundredth msn &Pli:LHEIKli:it I'lllUU'.t.-llUiLliAW. t.S.1l,l.N. ington. May he long be our PresiEast, West and Southweat worhed for a firm tiling thee machines nnd of freight beoOO.OOO." To move a too dent. Respectfully, T. U. Dudley. Kait I.ltin Ilel-vhe fet hbiut devising an ingenious nrrante I will say that I tween Pittsburg nnd Pniladelphia, there My Deap. ('IXn-N.J fore cost not lea than $1 10 and took proba- laent for wiping the inside cf the cu,tbere .VcHpoi't Mli.xl&siiip! allej- - Co. regard Mr. Cleveland one ot the most bly two weeks' time. In 18S0 the average by saying that drop of silder and leaving remarkable public men of the age in ThroiiKh tlikeli nud Msne n, ot by the Pennsylvania rail-roa- d none to come in contact with tie contents deitlnationreerbnl by rallnwd ihese respects: First, his thorough amount received I'or lull jarll. u n on i'it o for the carriage of freight was three of the can. He was encourage! by bis emrasnoi mo uuues 01 un omcu. oec-- 1 1). A.Fr FI.BV b K. U. MOIIMK, quarters of one cent per ton per mile. The ployers to pitent h's invention, did ho, and s and force with ond, the elearne-Gen.l'iM Aceiit, Ai(rul Corliutou, K r Tibich he gives expression to his distance from Philadelphia to Pittsburg is has already received several thousand dol lelnlm K Curn E IIU.VIlM.rMN' Itwelrer. Nolld TrahiH II. 3S5 miles, so that tbe ton which cost $110 IfliH in royalties for its u?e. As tbe ina (Iineral Mltlrri. ('a'ltmlnn, Ky Third, Tiewa on all public questions. for $2 S7. At cmne solders u,uuu cans a uay, ,nu soiuer Sis honesty and courage in dealing in 1317 was carried in lS-Trith men, Hnd in fulfilling all pledge, the former time the workman in Philadel taved by his invention amounted to $10 a To WaahinRton, Riohmond nnd party and to the people. No phia had to pay $11 for moving a barrel cf day. It pays to think. Old Point Comfort llaur from Pittsburg, agaioet 2S cent now. ajan, in my judgment sinco the days Two of a kind A raliitr sharp looking of Washington has been animated by Toe Pitteburg consumer paid 57 freight up gentleman sat apposite u roughly dresfd i higher moral purpoee ami determi- on every 100 pounds cf dry goods brought man on an elevator car. Tne roughly To LouiBvillo and Cincinnati, Sciatica, ' Contracted Bcratchcr, nation, under all circumstances, to do from Philadelphia, which 100 pounds is drersed man was remarkable for his bow ! H. Sprains, Lumbago, J'ascltf, now hau'ed iu days at a cost of 11 legs Connections direct for all j ointa in tbe right. Very truly your?. Rhcarnatltst, Eruptions, Strains, "My friend," said Ihe gentleman, cents. L II. Br.ANTON, Burns, Stitches, Hoof Ail, Old Woil - fxnuvv. "pardon my curiosity, but Low did you ac West,North-West.South-WeStiiFJointa, Screw Scald, Chancellor Central University. til.il leg-?'S'rawberrj r.ueer tbe just eeason hsye quire such a peculiar curve in your Stlngi, Worms, Backache, fliRh v. a boy I went in swimming Bitos, Swinncy, dalls, Probably the biggest yoke of oxen no ire I the mirpriuinK effect of water upon "When I was ho. I Brulsei, SaddloOalls, Sores, on No. Dally IN KFKVCT 8KrT 30, '87. ANll ;n the world nre on eshibitiou at the thu development of their favorite fruit. It one day. When I came out I laid down Spavin Tiles. liallT. Bx. fun. Duniom, and when I the grass to dry. I fell Corns, Fair last week. wirt plain that the drouth was working a woke up the sun had warped my lege," re Cracka. Eastern Maine State iXt? i'JRr.i,stor ij Doterinmou retarding (foot on both planla and fruit, it Rhftll be Second to no Country 7 3D i .H C 0;a I.oulsrllle THIS COOD OLD STAND-DThey were raised in Vermont and which nothing but syslemalic irrigition or plied the man with the peculiar legs. "My Lto Lexington 11 00 pin II JO a Hotf)l in tho Stato in it Arr in nccoinpl!ihcaforecrybody exactly what liclalmr.i measure ten feet in girth and actually (jentle raina ieetned competent to reach. It friend," said the gentleman, ' allow mo 'o " White Hulphur springs. . 12 00 n'n 5 loj.i in forlt Ouenf thoroa-oI Apnointmenti, or Atten for the rcat popularly nl "ClnrlottaTlllc(V.M Juii(t) a 10 p rn io a m tion to Comfort of 8 11 p in I fiO p in Ho Jtiiatnng I.lnlrirnt la found In It 1 milt rant weigh 7,000 pound. It coat to raWe has been thoroughly harried that one can tnke you by the limd. We arc two of n " ltlchmnii I i 35 p iu " Newport Newi niipllculilllty. Kfcrybodynoedaauchniiiedl lit their Oueiti )bem up to their great weight over not Lave fltrawhetries in paying quantities kind. I ptepire the aftiinvi's to tbe cir "Old rnlnt Comfort 7 00 p m Tlu I.uuiliuriiiiuinrcdalt Inoaaonf nccldeni 7 40 p ui "Norfolk culalion of a certain New i'ork daily 11 without applying the ptanta with euflicient Tlii.lIoucllpncedaltrorKeneralfaiiillyu.B o to p in a r.i p iii lla;aae will be conreyed to and (ruu, tar .1 11,000. Waihlmtou Tin- - C'linnlernecdalt for IilJtcnmannd Idirne i free of charge. Hpeclal acrommodatl ou " Kaltlmure II 25 piu 11 it pm water if natute withholds her UHual con paper." orW lo Commercial Ira'elera. rbelUrnin 3 00 a il 3 00 a m " l'hllalelphla Tim .llccliiiulc nccda It nlwaya on Ida A'ceording to the statistics the aver-ig- o tribntionn in this particular And if Ihe . -- .. " New York ?n n in r, 20 . n. beiieli. " " A man lias epent 15 years Id golviui; the f1' or Llg aori and (I,rholee.i braada .r man throughout tho civilized water be puoiped Irom dee, cold wella it problem of bariog a Tin. .Illner nccda It In cno or cmerKenry rqtiaro hole, and lie , Tin 44.) pounds la bent to ruder it to stand in lank over No. 1, llly except Sunday. Iietween Old Point world annually consumes , has succeeded. A company ia organized to Norfolk and White Sulphur. Thn train arriving , Thr runner liocda It lit Ills home, Ida Hi id , YVML I UM J on Hattirday layi orcr until nnll.laatockjnr.1 7 pounds night and to subject it to the warming put hU lOTeiitlcn on the market HUUSE. It ia at Whitesi Htilnbur ulilit. ofgraiu, 70 pounds of meat, 10:10 p. Sunday The ninii or llm lion I mini if U raya of tbe sun before applying it to tbe pimply lVo. 2, dally exceitHunday. Tho train learln an OHcillatiog head with chicel of butter, and 20 pouud of sugar, of HTaNFOUD. KY. liberal supply nlloat ciul aibore. Loulirllle and Cincinnati on Saturday rum only llln planM. Aain, "irrigation" is better than " Gs. netda It- -It It lilt li.t Tlio Mill edten and projectioK lip, which cut out toClirton Knre, arriTlnj tliera HumUy ati,'l) a, he total value of sprinkliog from a watering pot. friend mid safest reliance. WALTON MHOS. . Proprioto-8- . and the corncru in advance of the chisel The u. N lavlnt; orer until Monday at 7 Ou a it. llt him . ncciln It It Tin- 05. 3 and 4 ruu dally except that tbey do not in Oregon is I A.n ice company a Old of ilollara ami a uorld uf irotible. It U slid that a doi howling beneath n balance of the machine if) an nlmout e.Tact runbetwfen Itlcbmond and dully Point nn Sunday No. 5 IdaTra Klchiiinnd Tim Uullioild limilliccdaltnudullllieed It 11 i blt of Stage, iixVj. EU-b-t coiunlete aou ol boring ma- Ituni Ijotween Cltlton Forgo nud txent "undiy, Btorage room for eight thous- window is a sure sign of dfa'h. We believe counterpart of tbe ery Anting tpMty, Including gallery. ,, Aililanl. Cou. long na his llfo la a round of ncoldenta nnd danger i. tiecta at Aahland lor Cnlumbtia dally exempt Tim lliickwouitaiiinii nrcdalt. There litiotli. Mleaiooable rale- tn ..Ynd ttraeilnnt and tons of ice, which it expects to it. That U, if be is at our window and in chine. It will cut a two by four mortice in No. O, dnlly from Aib'and to Cllf'ot forge Ins like It at an anllduto fur tlio dangrra I J life, breeh from four to five minuter and do it with baok action, of , lave tho coming winter, and ship to range ournewdouble except Sunday from Charlateivlllo to Old UtiiU and comfort ulilch kiirrouud the tunc t. o; rlnlly., perfect accuracy -- that a carpenter can not Iilly loading, double barrel gun y urlHtilielt. .mmfa! Point Tlio nici'cliiint uecda ltnbout his atorooiuonc California. iouthern Pullman Sleeping Can on all through tralr. nn.Hih.c flali- complete in leM than half an hour. hla imploytca. Accidenta will Imipiti, irnl bm an I l.lrfl. Old Uouilnloii ijleaiiiiblpi lonrn Norfolk on MonV. .V- - anl I n.l t.. .1 Remember, it cost you uotMnz to try day. Tueaday. Writnetdiy, Thursday and Satur- theao como tho Jliittangl.lnliin i.t i ainl. :i'n .v. of the Unit-i; Crilic. . unBiiiciur. Tho convict population tiny .. ,1 ( Kt-rpllulltj Iu the Moi.hL'. 'TUt'io day at 7;00 - u lur New York Gaoler V Cnicken Caolera Cure in the 'ivcn klUIULU a. For at States, not counting the rogues out event it fail. It la aurtnteed to cure in Alevlt X 1. 1.1, A I3ritinh eteamer witn 1,000 balea of Tlnbi.1 Tk tills. Ralei Infor mtlnn. ite.' an,l ' "' fonnniy, .1.... ...l..n .., niiuicBi . v Ivi'epn lint tie 1" tlio I'nctnrv. lulmnudnte ' ' wi 930 ver iu'lance, Bo'd by McKoberlH A cotton, loadinj at Savatinab, caught fire ib.ni ..it. KUaw. i jail, is I! l,34'., or one to every II W Kl'M.l.lt, uie 111 erne of accident auro pain and lout of V ce I'rtalilent, "J (len'l Pim'r Agt Keep a llnttli) AlnuN In tlio Stnblo lur end burned, '2'. SalllyDriigjIitH i ltirliuioni, Vs. lxjLi'irllle, Ky, ciahiteuits. rrU 4I.UO. uic wtll'U Hlir'cd. h not very untmial to come across a mother who, alter a long so oa of invitations givtn and accepted, and after throwing one ot her daughter constantly into the society of a nan, and taking every opportunity alone together, on of- leaving them a'uding that he will not "como to the the point" as she had hoped, suddenly swoops down upon him and asks him This is a most trying his intentions. ordeal for a man who is not an "old hand," and who has not plenty oj savoir-fairand brass us the lady paints in the strongest the deep affection her daughter has for him, and with many tears, carefully pumped up, ixplaina that she has been driven to ihis course, much against her will, by weing her daughter's happiness imperiled and her health injured by the uncertainty as to whether her love is returned. She then goe3 ou to with numerous applications of her handkerchief to her eyes, the many and manifold virtues of her daughter, her singlemiudedness and jflectiouate disposition, and lays jreat stress on her telliug how her heart, which has hitherto been untouched, is riven and torn with aflectiou for, and anxiety as U) the course that will be taken by ibis misbehaving young man. A touch of real uatuie then appears as she ipostrophi.es him for monopolizing ihe society of her daughter and kep jig away other men if he has no indentions, which she stigmatizes as ao3t cruel and ungentlemaulike behavior. If the victim does not before these remonstrances her lost weapon is her husband's wrath, ffhich sbe flaunts in his face and threatens him with, intimating to him .hat, as her mild exhortations having failed, she will have to request him to hold an interview with the outraged father. This final outburst is more Skely to produce a smile than anything else, as the delinquent knows well ihat the last thing the father would think of doing would be to hold an Lou-io- n interview on such a subject. Saturday Review. e euu-aerattender-heartedness, sue-sumb She Kissed Him. The Preaidenlial party weie now ru fur forward Rn tho topmost dock of the steamer a? it could sut, nud a everybody teemed aboard that belonged there, the pilot blew a blaat 00 his that caused the PresiHis face wore an dent to turn around. aniious look, the cuHfl of which wan understood when he exclaimed: ''I wonder wh.it baa become of my wifi?" JiHt then there wea a flutter of excitement around the top of the private Udder, and tbe pretty face of Mm. Cleveland popHer em were as ped up in the sunlight and glUtened with bright as diamond pleasure at the flight of their lord and When her feet were on tbe deck a muster pa'Mgdway waa opened for her, and she ran forward with girlish itlee to the mas giye frame that stood invitingly with arms akimbo to receivo her. "Hear I am, deir," exr.latiutd Mr?. Cleveland. "I see 7011," A Mr. C eveland said thu lie siuilvd, fs It were, all over. With a kittenish ekip that ijaite bectme ber Mrr. Cleveland approached him, and takirn hi chubby cneek between her daiu'y ptlius, impr.nled a vtUety kis rlfck t Mjuari bin presidential inns acbe oti litia direct wit'i the hue af tho olfac-lo- rr nerve. Mr. Cieveund nv rtd between tLe fiitiRe on tbe back of hi betd and tbe top of his N, collar, but Mm. Cleveland wasn't disconcerted at all, and ebe tinned around Bnd smilrd as sweetly as though she was in tbe habit cf doing that sort of thins just about that time every day. 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