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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888101201 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 1888 $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. iS Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. ND IS Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 42. 4888. ioi-R0- NO. 70 you of ti very unexpor tott meeting with Only. Uear I.oiii, ineanwliilo let tia not The B. M. at Klngsville and Waynesfaurg, tlmu 0. I'. Curfy who "go out after them, hut nhhle with ho less a I know of nothing more enjoyable than followed ine almost round the. woihl, 'Thee, ami refuse to he beguiled hy any a few days' stay with the clever people ' with a ierm!Verency worthy of n better of thee human eouiiterfeitu. whom the Wuynesburg and Klngsvillo I Ilro. Cartv didn't attempt to deliver neighborhood would he justly pardonu-- ! ciitini! to deliver a incsHauu Hint ho ... , tliouglit wan from the )nu. I don't hb nipmagc' to me. lYrlms ho thought hie in boasting of, should they care to do I.KTTtiit l'KOM GhOKUhO. HA U ! ii,ink lt Wllfl. for , kncw ,t bcforo , mxf it WVVM. i i1iUi miMy (oI(i ,lln i)efore 90, and when that august tribunal the KU jiiin, aiul, judged, by il8 fnilts, that It' ho willed for India it would Ih. Hoper- - head of the firm informs me that I am ' wiih hot tho ood thing he thought it tojttfstod in going, but he never delivered expected to get out nnd do a little "hits-. i lhiooKViufc, l.vn., "it. T, 1SKK. Thin town in bribt - jl't". How he followed an far an India; J hU "ineMiige." I hope he lma given nie tliug," none of the circuits I make come , UxauIstkiiiok: 'nnd how we refuwnl to twelve him, are up. Our linen of life and teaehing arc to my mind ofteuer than that which cm-- 1 ling with poles; long, tdiort, thick, thin; and' HtripeH, or on)wniil with written in tho "book of tho C'hioliieleii" j hopelcusly tit variance; and eaeh iniiHt braces the above two places. 6t think- living utars travel on, 10 tnc revelation oi nil intngn, ing of pleasure alone, I am reminded leaven of the original oi our journeying. a tuft of the top Well: I met him on the "train, 'cross-Harriso- on the. road he thinks he is called to t,hat it is as remunerative n trip ns lit is , Bapling; poles for C'levelunil, jole for ing tho Now port and Cincinnati bridge, travel. If llro. Carty is right, I nm aw- an en joynble. one, and that, strange to' Pole-lan- d; splkey n veritable say, increases my liking not only for the as Mr. Cruncher'8 head of hair; nnd and had nn amicable chat witlt him. He fully wrong. Anil riiv rrrvu. The weather is glorious, The autumn-tinte- d trip, but for that part of' the county. I oritKii KKl.txiwt. j attended wvernl of our ineeting and is breathingdetUuce Iotiik woods are beginning to glow with like to visit this vicinity, too, liecause a For politic, like religion, reuentu miy well known to many of our Newport friendrt, having held ineetingH there in their annual glory. The birds are "gath- frecness seems to come over me as soon dlilercneo of opinion and rnln'exitrf.feath era imleal (pun purely uecldental) on yeaia iM. He U ulill, like u, "on the ering flockwise" for their fall flitting to as I Ret foot on the soil. I don t feel tho lewd appearance of an opposing roail," preaching Am viewa, iw we preach warmer climes; and yesterday I noticed like I nm intruding when I take an hour' i oiiiv. hum ma nee cotiutiy, ami "ovcry in my walk how anxiously the hairy or so of some substantial citizen's valua thought. long ago, a bPnutlfnl dellnl- - man uiusi give tin account oi niuiwii to worms, we Iwys used to call "fever ble time, telling him of the merits of the. I saw. not tion of "Chrirttlan Liberty," which I have (.foil." So it goes. Hro.Carty's doctrine worms," are hurrying hero and there, as IxTKtuoit Jontx.u.. I liko it also because . that the ''time is short," the substantial citizen does not turn from hinw tried to put into practice, with more is I. He teaches the inlwftA of tiose and a "cold snap" may find them unpro- mo when I have completed my little accepted, or let microns. At generally vided with winter quarters. Poor lit- speech, but instead invites me very cor "C. U' i Hiipitosed to lie that dwirable w ho believe as he does. U. As a logical consequence that those tle beggars! their ways are quite worth dially to spond the night witli him, and frvedom of thinking aa one please, on tltt since death is observing. Yesterday, walking tho rail- before I have shaken his hand good-by- e any subject only limited, of course, by thus believing 10 road track, I watched them, wriggling two shining shekels are produced from Uut the C. 1.. we nil the "wages of sin." wrong and right. I am Imld to say that 1 turn away, at along in their nervous, hunted fashion, his "inside pocket" as lie bids mc send need more than that is to allow the oru-ti- t to think as UK pleases. We oiuv, with ;ny present light, fmui any as if some enemy were in hot pursuit him the I. J. for a year. Another reaand they were fleeing for dear life. They son for my fascination for this section is nil need to get as far away from lml one profiling to be without sin. The Scripture declares that all who say were of divers colors; bright yellow, because the married ladies are peculiarly l)irtivN definition of an "acreeable ikt- son" "oh possible. His apprehenulon of that "deceive themselves." They can't black, rusty brown, yellowish green and kiml and expose no frowns when the d specimen had his lsxty lone I. J. man rides up just as dinner is nn "tiKrwiblu." Iwing i "one who ugrevs twelve lion, iney 0.1111 deceive tnu one Widow Hedott devil. They don't deceive their neigh- yellow, with head and tail tipped with ready and is invited by the head of the , with me." Alas! the bors very long at a time. They only tie- - jet black. 'They seem to be incapablo of family to participate in the pleasant du- - j was right "we arts all pororruntutvM." tccivc themsMw.s, the poorest employ dihtaut sight; for two, under full head of ty they are about to engage. Nor dothe The rresbyterlan preacher, w horn we ment on earth. This Is not, I aver, the steam, coming from opposite directions, ,1 fiPU'lu, n...i tnjliii n.iil .virlj 1silf Vl.lLinicn. JJl JUIIII IUUKO Ullll ft,,. all went to hear Sunday morning, as a tc idling of the Itlble ih to truu holiness; would collide, ns if each were in igno- than pleasing, although they have been sort of "return call" for his s)llteiiess In but man's impossible travesty of it. The rance of the other's proximity. Then . put to extra trouble and inconvenience . x hearing the n hole of my llit sermon, dear lutn counts a man holy before he tho smaller would scurry oh" at right an- bv the untimely appearance (to them of of the third, and a small fragment is sinless; "tuiro in heart" before he is gles, in mad fright, apparently, nnd make his right to C. I... very igorously, pure hi life; "perfect" while yet imper- quite a detour before striking his old bv.iterrltle onslaught on my theology. fect. Just at Paul claimed to be "per- course. Touch one with the peint of know of no gre.tr heard himself, He assailed what he had fect," on tiodV standard, before he was your cane, gently, nnd ho would "hurry Iiliuiiiiim iivon I'nmilisi. ron III mini thnn and more that he had heard from others; perfect 011 his own. No other meaning up UKe a racer pricKcd wttli spur or these 1 have mentioned and a trip simi-- ! and ho was fully up to the "1th ptoof" can attach to the pirado of Philiuplau lushed with whip. Touch him again and lar to the one I have just returned from both the .( mm lhaJwjieuM standard, in lie would curl up and lie motionless, as would be convincing to even the most :!.PJ.:. st le ahd tenor of his remarks. He is a Admit Hn. Carty'.s theory of holiness, if to say, "I'm dead; perfectly lifeless; stubborn that Klngsvillo and Waynes-- 1 , young man, not long out of the Seinlna-and the dying might, in one sense, see for yourself; roll me over, life is quite burg, although a little in the backwoods, ry, and milte remlndeil mo of what I was follow mt as a carollary to the proposition. extinct; don't trouble to kill me any are towns' not to be sneezed at bv any ' over 'M years ugo, when I thought that a Kven then it wouM be dillicult to ex- more than I am; travel on, I beseech place. I'resbytery 'sucirssful examination plain why Jesus tiled for others and eom you, ami leave me to my fate." Then, No vast changes have come about since t endowed me with the wisdom needful lie quite still a few moments, and this I last wrote from this portion of our ....... fm in nfrrrnr oust. Itres mantis us also to be ready to do the same. ninri' ' game county, but it is plainly visible that both 11 ,.j ...--- . I thoroughly believe that tho Christian, little would woultl cease; the 11 1. uuii iiiliiii. i- r- ii"i in mi uil. tin. who untlitwjtingly trusts the straighten out and show him Kingsville and Wnynesburg are flourishneed. above definition of C. L. well to the never die of tl'so hideous and painful self very much alive indeed, by resum ing. The merchants told me they were front, I could not but pity this tine, diseases, of which the majority of man- ing his journev at a rattling pace, for a doing well and that their trade this year brainy young man, who hail so tuiny I wonder what thoy would think will exceed areatly that of last. Five painfuflcssons yet to learn. Apparently, kind perish. I believe that faith ran worm. stave these ort'ln large measure as we when the morning express, just due, good stores at Kingsville and three at .. he has chown to Ienni them on the rough should thunder over their little heads, Wnynesburg do an immense business through the .devil's territory, mid of "experience," where I learned pass we leave it. Hut that he will and with its earthquake rumble! And eaeh and their proprietors are steadily growcolwhen mine. Nor the In-s-t road, nor the "best fee, of death, In some of these small, anxious crawlers hits its ing wealthy. lect his toll-gat- e teacher," ns men tywort; but better learn shajK? or other, till Jesus comes, I am wee history, as full of adventure in its It Is surprising to see how much lumd there than die In ignorance. No 1 eswlrtnl the 1,0111) signalizes way as ours. What ber is shipped from these points. Cross su iv. The my Hery young theologuo w ith capes; what joys and sorrows; what vic ties by tho lots and .0 car-loa- d gently-sighe- I remark of tho old col- the stoppage of this. Tfie first sign that the issitudes of worm life they could tell of, leave either of these places, one circumstane-,.r- t the world is about to change rulers is ored woman, under similar rouhl we only listen to their "wondrous of ',) leaving while I was at Kingsville. "I'oorcreetur! He Uwd alnt teach-11- I .this marvellous spectacle of a generation tales: And there would be naught of This of course brings money into tho iKiMsimr to Heaven tn'W iiiW This him yet." This, with a fervent prayhas never been witnessed save in in in tho little narrative; which, possi county, a benefit derived by the people that he might le willing to be taught, two isolated cases Enoch er and Elijah-a- mi hly, might bo n slight relief to us, who here that Stanford and other blue grass and we came away from the scene of insthey will, in the end, not prove ex- know so much of Fidelity Banks and towns do not receive. tigation. Wo shall, probably, not go ceptions, if nnd although Politics are at white-hea- t they In? the "two witnesses" corners in wheat, and lesser rascalities back unless ho pay us another visit; that fill our august dailies with such edi there are no clubs at either of these two of Itev. Ih.'Vl-.'- , as I Im?Hcvc they are. which is not likely, as he has gone over points, I know of no better organized "Dust thou art and unto dust shall ylng reading. the w hole ground, and has nothing more thou return" is what I am thoroughly glad the dear Loan section than this. W. L. McCnrty ami the common speech to learn. He thinks our nweet gospel the of man, as well ns the Itiblc, refer to as sent us to Brookville. There has been J. II. Watts informed mo that, there "giilvaniwd corpse" of quite a number of the IkmIv's death. This is not cancelled no '.boom" about this meeting; but n would scarcely be a republican vote in old, dead, exploded heresies, and its till Jesus comes; any more than regular the steady attendance of the same on knoic-in- g their neighborhoods and tho prohibitionaudience, nil seemingly intont "plausible antics" only the "grotesque exceedingly small curse of "thorns and briers;" and sufferIht Truth. And I know that there has ists would poll an under , motions" of the aforesaid they ing in child-birtThese three evils, been "lots" of good done. That is my vote. These gentlemen know what back willing to the "Imttery" of an unbridled fancy, and the lawn declared in "100-fol- d here.'' To show a light tothoso are bilking about and arepart of the counaci, were inerad- sitting in the "region and shadow of their judgment on their a passion for novelties. That is the way ty going almost as a unit for Cleveland, up age. I have icable, till the "restitution of nil things death," is "Heaven below." youth generally sums God grant 1-and McCreary. sxiken of by the holy prophets," from Williams-town- , Thurman 3 Our next point (1). V.) is long thought the old proverb ought to E. C. W. ltcgiuning to end. To antedate this ex Grant comity, 30 miles south of that she may. be reversed. It runs: "Young people tirpation, is to do violence to Scripture, Cincinnati, on the Cincinnati Southern Syrup of Figs think old ones fools; but old ones know however amiable the motive may be. It Railroad. Geo. O. Barnks. Ever in Jesus, that young ones are." t don't think "cannot be broken" thus. We have "ex own true laxative. It ii the Is Nature's that is fair to us old fogies; for, nowa- ceeding great and precious promises" most easily taken, and the most eflectivo is nil on the CRAB ORCHARD. days, at leant, the assurance remedy known to Cleanse tho System given us with a lavish hand. Let us not juvenilis side. Perhaps the "saw" is n During the winter tho W. C. T. U. when Bilious or Costlvo; to dispel Headmanufacture impossible pledges ami put very old one, true when llrat circulated, them in the mouth of (foil. This is the will meet at the houses of the different aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitby now out of date. We are 11 fast gene"holiness;'' as members. It meets at Miss Alice Ward's ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. d some of bune of the man-mnd- e ration and may have Manufactured only by the California Fig "immortality." this week. well as of the man-mad- e these antiquated wisdoms. On Wednesday night, 17th, there Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. The very man, who furnished Bro. Carty The Methodist minister isaway at Conmoney to follow me tojmdon, died Boon will be an oyster suppertgiven at theeor-nc- r For sale by A. B, Penny, Stanford. ference. Ist us give him the "benefit of hotel building, under tho manageclergy" nnd hopo he would have .lecn after; though thoroughly accepting; the ment of tho Good Templars. All the (Cincinnati, Mew Orleans 4b Texas Pacific Railway.) delusive theory. Audi think his. sysOpara House, At uevcre, had ho been here. There is less PAVOIllTE LINE BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. tem, hosed on this unscripturnl founda- neighboring lodges are cordially invited STANFORD, KV.. a small Christian church here, beside to Ixi present. is a "delusion and a snare," thut LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS RETWEEH CINCINNATI, OHIO ANI NEW MLEANS, LA. the Metjiodlst and Presbyterian. The tion, ns us away from what we may Miss Maggie New land's many friends IN 93 nro in tho ascendency onlv tin HOURS. IloruaD Catholics n "will o' tho wisp" that here are deeply grieved to hear of her Franklin county. On the whole, 1 nttaln, to follow in illness and sincerely wish that she may Through Can to Mew Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily us on to seek the unattainable, think our gospel Is as badly needed here lures speedily recover. AL. Q. FIELD A CO.'S THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Thousands miss scriptural "sanctiflca-tion- " as in any place I have struck for a long Mrs. Mat Fish and family left this by seeking an unscriptural state. We find here, ns elsewhere, that time. THE TEXAS SHORT week for Pinoville. Miss Mollio Cook fringe of hungry souls, that refuse to go So, I was Iwund to reject Bro. Carty nnd has been quite sick. Mrs. Sue Holmes' OONDINSXD TIME TAILS IFFXOT IN SIP. 16, 1888. to church because their burning ques- his doctrine; while I do not doubt his many Marm friends are very mueh gratiIICCER ANI lETTER THAN EVER. tions are never answered by the preach- sincerity in the least; and even have a fied because she has again been granted REAP TJg. RKAD DOWy. ers, who don't want to drift Into unbe- genuine admiration for his pluck and tho keeping 'of the poor-hous.Miss " KA'iKs NottfHT TRAINS SoUfrf. following conscience lief, but can't well help It, as orthodox perseverance in Annie Singleton has a new piano. Mrs. Tfo.6. No. 3. No. 4. I No, 8. No. 1. No. 7. HO, J. STATIONS. No. a. Dallr. doctrine goes; and who look one'through over a rather thomyhd' difficult road, Jane Earns is visiting her daughters in An Entire New Company, Dailv.. i Dally. Daily. - tTho "rough Daily. Daily. Dally. Ex. Sun. and through, as a door of hope seems to ns I know his has been.New Acli,' OHf(lal Ideal. Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jones A'rvi 640 am) 641pm 1033 am fl oop m Cincinnati 8 ijrara 4 03 p m 8 00 p m; 733am 1,'ve Note! Fcaturtt, Catchy Mmlc, 13 a ,...Williamtown.,l,'e 5 10 a mi. ......... 830am 43a p m be opened In Q. I. L. A. N. K. How well road," if it stood alone, would be a strong and son visited Cincinnati this week. 954am . in ucorgetown 4 Handsome Ccatumct, 724am 308 pin 1039 a m 70) pm 1017 pm I know that famished look; and that proof that he is right. But it is not as Mr. G. W. Evans is in Minnesota dispos..Lexington...., 348 a ml 4 '5 Pn 700am a 40 pm 11 30P m 7 33 pmn 03 pm 1015a m Superb Singing, returning hope, too, thank God! infallible a test of rLrht and wrong as gleam of 4 40 p m 810pm 7 10 atu Lv. Lou., !.oii. S. K.R. Ar 6 30 a m 7 10 pm 9 40 a m ing of land be owns there. Mrs. WheelA Danclns Tournament Lv j 00 am 3 3 P w 4 30 am 8 37 proln 43 am 1050 a m Ar. Bura-i1 . Our eyes were gladdened last Saturday Scripture is. of Paint Lick, is visiting her daugh.7liurg in er, Art 950am y7 P m "sYsm 1 37 p m 11 ja pm 8 4 pm it 01 am 11 17 a m Lte THE The dear saints in'IMidon,who went 9 jSa m ...... Danville. 3 30 am 1 10 p m IS 30 p m 8 j9 pm it 16 a m bv tho sight of four friends irom tne ct 7 3 a ml a 33 a m 310am 00 p m thinking Me had a "good ter, Mrs. Sam Ward. Mr. J. F. Holiiam Junction City., 115pm 910pm la 30 am 11 43 in Bro. Will Ferguson and Sister May; after Bro. Carty, 11 03 a m ml 1 a 5 p m Somertet 00 a ty, 105 am, 00 p m has gone to Florida on business. Mrs. KuulmUi KQiUrj Eneamprntat Firsi Fart 3 oopm olopm'u 93am Oakdalc 7 33 a m 3 3 am 4 13 a m an thing," have gone sMU furthar astray, I I). B. Edmiston has been visiting her 030pm nnd Bros. Lay and Savage all put in 8 15 a mi 40 p mlAr v ..Chattanooga., X've oao pml 735 a m 401am 1000 pm1 (Copyrighted., appearance, In company with our dear am sorry to record. jHfost of them have father in Garnmt. Mr. Jake Parrieh, of 9 10 am 7 oop iniLSe, -- Chattanooga.. .Ar'v 3 45 P m, 7 35 a m m 1 45 P m Attalla ...... 4 47 00 p m 9 49 p m'Ar'v, weil oft" a Bro. jBraiee, wu seems to 1 43 p mlu 43 p m 1,'ve ...Ilinningliara, 11 35 pm' 300 pm doctor, who was returning from's visit folio O. and The Two Drummer, or The Hotel at the June, sort of English' SchutMuri, with Pinoville, paid a flying visit to 0. .Tucaloota., tion. 1411m ionn b 13 p m I 10am to a cancer patient In Athens, 0., whith- boa lady friends. Misses Alice and Rebecca The Burlesque Japanoe Student. The Police, 11 jspuil 443 am Ar'v, .....Meridian .... ,.l.'ve 4 15 a mliooop m claiuiB not unlike these of the Hockford, 630 a injn 00 a m Ar'v.. .New Orleam. .I.'ve 9 00 p m 3 35 p m er ho had boon summoned for consultaman's Parade, and one hundred other new Ideat. friends last week. -- ...' 040 pm ......... I 5 10 u m L've. ..Meridian...., ..Ar'v whomsome of my Stuart visited Stanford Messiah, after 0 lop m tion by telegraph. Frank went back In Illinois ..Ar v McKinney, was a A 9001m I.'ve. ....! action i.'c, .Vickiburg,... friends in Richmond, Ky., have Miss Sallie Alcorn, of In 30 am 400pm QtHttst, Qrudtst QombiMiion tho afternoon, as there are no Sunday dear guest of the Misses Hardin several days. 10 03 a m 490pm l.'e, ...Monroe gone, I am sorry tolwy. It Is all very, 6 00 a m ..' 8 13 p m'Ar'v .Shreteport... trains to or from Brookvllle, and ho hail Comedian., and Dancers of Missouri, has Of Muiical Celebrities very pitiable. Only'the more need to Mr. Henry Donnelly, Specialists Extant. LOUISKERK'S Mann Boudoir Buffet Sleeping Can on all trains. to bo In the city Monday morning, The Jrsi'b, eome quick- been visiting his aunt, Mrs. M. Gormley. D. O. EDWARDS, Oen'l Frl. tt Pan. Agt. JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, over Sabbath, to our great cry out, "Come rest remained Ijwt week a gay party from here went $S,Ht CHALLENGE MILITARY RANI. R. CARROLL, General Superintendent. J. QUINI.A'Gen. Adf rising 'Agt. ' ly," and put a stop to these false Christs, joy. ' Musical Concert and Grand Parade; General Offices, St. Paul Building, Weit Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ix there !" on a successful chestnut hunt. I forgot In my Dayton letter to tell who are crying "l.o,'here! UYfHDlllTIIKEI.SE pbawk'thk loud, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 11 J n; TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN two-fuld- I have learned that there are rumors out that I don't intend to leave and sell out, but only advertise as a scheme n- - parti-colore- to sell, more goods. While the latter is true so far as selling is concerned, the former is hot so. I say emphatically here again that unless something unavoidable should happen, I WILL LEAVE STANFORD , e 1 teuri-vernu-cu- le in spite oi all rumors to trie contrary. u3rT"ZL - My goods will and must be sold as oii,rr).,i.uii t don't intend to move any stock!' Every article will be sold regardless of cost, price or profit. Cash I must have no matter what my loss may be. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes Hats, all share the same fate, nothing reserved. If this is no chance SS .?. dis-misle- hair-bread- th To Buy Goods for 2-- ly a Mere -- then there is no other argument nec cessary. Please be on hand as early in the morning as possible to avoid the rush . SPECIAL CUT IN OVERCOATS AND LADIES' CLOAKS. Fifty cents on the Dollar will buy them and some will be offered at 33 cents on the Dollar, Opp. Myers House, Stanford. out-trotte- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Walton's Saturday Evening Oct. 13. Operatic Minstrels, FASHION'S FAVORITES e. .1 n 1 1 1 1 J , 5S.iwi?jj(jtiiibij'ii wiwTitemwi jMiriiiriuiwAuttutuwtULiJ!Uiitu)gg3n jM..iU,SH'iMM I IIMIMM Semi-Week- ly Interior journal ' ' E.C.WALTON, UUS. MUHORer Stanfoiui Kv Ori'iiKit 12 18SS ' IS ANNADICKINSONt t1 T A Trriniispint lii Indiana KnUelv tVrson Rrlliie-- I laxly. utJns Thut Tim many admirers of Anna Dlrklnson In tho east havo been nstonlshed. and horrified, by published reports of speeches in Indiana In which thnt lady is charged with language dangerously hear vtiTfniitv and profanity As tho first reports were In Democrat ic and independWHERE - $ J4 got, AlCoBiprehcntltfl Order S m T A r.vokno tinio to give j; Ouest (in rcsuuranw you an onler from tho bill of fuiro. (Iring mo anything bring mo whatever you'vt Walter idoferentiallyi got in 0111 order, kirf Everything we've Guest Ye. tint will do, Wn ter lin loud, Imperious voice) -- Clam chowder for one, Chicago Tribune. Not i Long-Standi- ng i ' Blood Diseases ore cured by tho persevering use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medicine Is nn Alterative, and ranges n radical change in tho system. Tho process, in soma cases, may not bo qitito so rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, the result Is certain. Read these testimonials: "For two jcnr.s I suffered from a severe pain in my right side, nnd had other troubles caused by a torpid liver nnd dyspepsia. After civilly several a (air trial without a cure, I tagan to taku A)t'r'" Saisaparllla. I was greatly Ixitiellted by the tlrst tattle, nnd niter taxing me nomes i was com . ui..i.. ....u.i ; ."Kil. .. sv Ilenson, TO .hwrence St., Lowell, Moss Last May a largo carbuncle broko out on inv arm. Tim usual remedies had no VfT fvi ntiil I w'us confined t6 my tail for i ight weeks. A friend induced me to try Less than three Avcr's Sarsaparilla. 1 .tittles healeil tho so'ro. In all my cxpe-lU-tiwith medicine, I never saw more i. II '( Y $ :l Lit H. "No." "No jiools being; rild unywliere on some Iiopm) raeu or triul going on in a justice court "Not any." "No man N?lll:ig mdiclnoon the street, no circiM bills just ported anywhere, no "oniun walking a tight roif" "No, not one." PREPARED BT "Well, that'll ecullor. I can't kv whero Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. John can be." Trice 1 1 ; (lx bottle, (5. Worth tS bolllo- , assertion." "There'ii a couple of Frenchmen nith u , Then followed a sketch of tho ucqnlsl Uiniociuimmon liear donn 011 l'liilliis aveLouisiana, Texas, etc . which is too nue, m.idutu.'' tionof crazy to be printed sounds- liko it came "That's it; I didn't think to ask straight from bedlam' when a cannon about tamo lienrs. While the Mitntoc&nn .a who broko out tho street, and tired as cold as n down vmwkxu rnR ntEKA's was that aillDemocratic cannon? f A voice. getting up a piuo of stone lietois m.m the there "Is TA ceuts making iOLACREAM "Yes."! Well, nil tlieuoisoof hell cannot climb a telegraph toM I'll go do.vn. l'.ir You ciUitifn tlin viitrn nf liliortv fllid truth. watch and see if lie Isn't up to tho house Tlllpicpardllon.ttithoutTjemendotis npplotne.'J Tiie of ten minutes.' Autabn1u 7 injury .removes Frock- - b0u ,,at tho Union .stole for it amounted V. Wuu laa T.TTAT'.'KTrilna- PtYYi- - to that from Mexico at this demand of tho AVKft V .VWiSoiiirthinr; (,oot In Storr. pies, Black-Hoad- s, Sunburn and fc'lave power is tho soil over which wo Imvo A big man rushed ut n little man at tlio Tan. A few applications will render the tho contention todny of the C'lilnamau .on ferry dock the other day and exclaimed: most stubbornly red skin fofi, smooth and o'i" hand, find the dumitnble curse of "Hal Now I've got you. I'm going to white. Viola Cream is not a paint or on tho other. And It serves us powdcrtocoverdffecrs.butaremedvtocure I tight. "We used to talk in the ktioc!; the top of your head on"." I "Come 0:1 and try it," replied the little It is sujierior to all other preparations, and old times nbout tho" north mid the south. ' is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug- - u ml we tall: nbout the north nnd the botith man us he got into msitlon. "YuUhl.iudeied me," suouted the bl man gists or mailed for 50 rent. Prepared by today. .Some people innocently Imagine he backeil a geographical & OO.j rtbat tho phrase meansother jit mean-- 6cV ns "What of olT a little. s to Hon. one sldo'-o- r OHIO. the itr . ' . I It back or get "You've got to meant for p. . . ,. L, . -.. t. , , j .day wliftJUti liai.ilnni flint KOlltliceuturj. I'll give you I'll take you ouu week toliked - AVlmt ..'give take r"Wli"',,vn""""P It means three hundred nnd fifty it back, and if you don't do it I'll "What!" cried tlio little man as ho adtliousatid nrlsto to four hundred who . dominated vanced iiion lit 111. erats slaveholders 'generation after until gotieratioti, "I'll n.'ili:iis extern! tho time, but you've finally in 1800 they brought tho national got to take it back " "Holdon wnit!" hlinuteit the little man gjvernnicnt in the United States to its HIWJttBJtUTt CHieCO Rl ,()- C)UDyiSVIUC in the face of the wholo world. ns lie got his coat on", but the big man waved I do not- - believe that-- oven in Ids hand and run aboard the boat to cull , f,rl, . . MA JVW thoio days the labor bf thq nortli fairly back: "Two weeks nnd not another dayl Then understood the Issue at stake, but tliii Hod- ithat yon hr hull prepare to get untiled!" Detroit Free I 'ret iunch.nt. least, w : in Illiu6is, nnd LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI una, and overtho great basin ofbeyond intho MisIowa, you in The Miltjert of tlin Iny. bissippl. understood that tlio Mississippi The (joat, whleh Daily, Seciite to Traveler, cit inplreil tho port's lay. , . was votirs nnd 'ilvthn Ooi of Justice t . And funiisiicd fun fur muu.v a htitnorUt's pen, 'what-taiotig- s to UK said tho west today MHT-- R A PI RflllTF- ,j;(.tuiIip,,lt0f Jefleron Davis, thewe will Is broMdlriK on tin' l,y hillsidemen. 1 south Serene. uiiiioUsl the funny ApplaUbO.J Kver attempts' J botween thi reat commercial and the dtVih' " Important niche ho used to Chtcigo, ami hence net on the Ohion Kiver Judging from her frequent references Once an when tho humorist to write fill, u " ml mill! I'nmlnrlil.la Iriim I, a.Ilia ItEfac ijiiiv niiu itm-'Ths v vtt ' wi v I IV ll-'- i iia uvto him tiie woman seems to bo a mouoina And then he elieiveil tlio flninliitf circus bill txeen all points in the South, or tn the West and iter Northueot. 1 he counterpart of thi train on all mac on tlio. subject or tlio tieiu And eke the sticetilout tomato cull. j tie l.iomeu. t :rei. noxt declantloivan that tho war wa to bo trunk line i ilenomiiut '1 he superb rolling mocW we employ glve patron No moro ho plaj fully naiU the timid fonjjht ngain, but her languao leaves it uniimitcii uomtort WhoKuelh to the woods (o father uuts; all Coupon Ticket Office in the South uncertain whether bo meant with guus No more ar children hy his prnnks dismayed, Hero is one passage; on will fini our time tallies and ticket. Say Mo- or lullot'JK No moiu the dude la country lane In- - tnitts. ron, get Monon anil ttick to Monon, if you want I "The people knew tfuit tho Qclit was t 'iv e money and hate a plcnant journev. simply part and parcel of tlio fight of five No moro upon the dump In finds his f K O. McCOKMICK. Or on the hooskirt works his iron J.iu. (ieneral I'asenper Aeent, Chicago. n.id seventy years, nnd might last for has fallen desuetiido ickct Agents and OfliterK tjtyl liftirjAve., uouitviue, Ky oveiity(ivu years more, and in tlj;heat The gout t.'ie mother Intothe K. A"T;PtKNKii, Ileidde of eti-ifthey Btoodi ready I. MKroHRKicK, iMWInWt , mctnnatf. Uhio nnd flame ofjthat -- UoaUju Courier. - -(to..saY 'Sosbo .lt;r let us "fiqliffor ir: ' (evenly five yearn. It is twenty years llio Down Grntle. Pont lot, the rtllo grow uim. Clerk Peratubulatorsf Yes, sir. Wo have t Jet thb cartridge box rust; stand our 1:1ms. knowing tho same fight is just got hi r new stock, satin lined, silk November, It trluwued, plated irou work, full jewon CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- - Ij PULLMAN Step tills way, not downed yet f Applause. J These eled handle, etc., only udmlaato please. First child, 1 suppose! lavc'mniters, of tRo'r-outhf fpw li. . : Customer No; seventh. not merely a sec-- , Vnot tlon, but the whole country through tlio ClcrkOWr Jollify 'shoW ttfo genllenuili TO Washington, Richmond and pliant and etibtlo service of this dirty those latest iiniirqvod f 10 baby "coaches." Old Point Comfort. tool, tho friend of tlio laboring man to-- I ftrfthorth dav ns ho wits then. IA caution and np flOIMl UeHSOIllllf. plausej - Again it pounds atuuu to the An Iiullan fisherman lu odorlng n string 6f sentiment. Applause. Oh, theptro such jouisvllo To and Oinciinnati' fools 0110 has ncarco patleuco to argtto dnebiuok trofit was asked, ."what's your Appjanso and Jattghter. it price!" wltii them. Connection. direct fpr ll point in the -ix a pity that tlieso dastardly whjte slavos "One shilling, ono fish," was the answer. iti "Hut nortii cannot have tlio change in WEST NORTH . WEST AND I of tlio of slavery-o- their backs for twelve that!" there is u little onoi a shilling for whips SOUTH-WES- T. "Sure." I10 (mjakiy.rejolned, "Just as hard niuiiiii, lliuc iiuiv iiiiywc ring uun.11, uu- fe6riHJ,lT-&ftJB.0UrW,CW-7Lderiitaudlng tiielr triumph." Tfo.4. Another marked effect of tho use of this was tho strengthening of my tight." Mrs. Currio Adams, Holly ' Springs, Tuxus. bad a "IsuiTered dry scaly; bnmor for years, terribly and, as mv brothand Mulcted, I er and siHter tho malady Is hereditary. Last presuiuo winter', Dr., 'Tyron, ,(of Fernanilina, Fin.,') recommended mo to take Ayer'e SirkUparilla. tiud continue it for a year. For- five months I took it daily. I have not had a blemish upon my body for tho T. E. Wiley, J4G last three months." Chambers st., New York City. " Last fall and winter I was troubled with, a dull, heavy pain in my. side. I .'did not notice it much at first, but it "gradually: grew .worse until it beenmo n!mostnnbcarable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stomach and liver Increased my troubles. I tagan taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, after faithfully continuing the use of this medicine for some months, the pain disappeared and I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill. Mass. c were-similarl- Wonderful Results. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, oason," etc ot a lino In any of tliesjteeclies tho least bit like tho former of tho refined and scholarly I Anna. One explanation offered is that tho real Anna Dickinson was murdered on tho way nnd her belongings stolen by a notorious adventuress who resembles her hi jiersoii, a sort of western Ann O'Delia Diss Debar, who Is trying to per Keeping tills e.xplu senate the leal lady may bo able to , nation in mind tho reader taur tho following extracts from her In They wero published diuuupolls address In .the Republjcan Journal, of thut city, wliieh of course expurgated tho worst , parts' of tho. speech; so what we havo mo Is only t no most accent resiunuui. woman persoimtlng Anna Dickinson beI gau lima: "Wu have had tho Issuo niarked ' out nlid tho battle formed for Us by the (ircaldeut of tho United States, or the I Applause Tho nanginan of Huffnlo bolu issue on which the light is to be i m.tdo he and his party havo riroclnlmod shall bo tho tariff. There Is no other issue In this contest savo.,thtof tariff, hi 6uyn this tool of aristocmcv. Ignorance nnd Whatsoever mat stupid domination. ter Eas been involved. touching not condl onlv tho health, tho good ' Hon. hut Uio very; Hfo of tho repaU"lic in the last twenty fivo years, this day ' the robots 'of the south, unrepeiitntit and I unreconstructed, through tho tnotith of 111 thy tool I their at tho north, announce tho sold Issno which tho old soldiers nnd free men and their sons are to.dccido on the Cth of next November. 'Wo assert It and you are to accept It," they proclaim fAmilause.l So bo it. Wo are strong enough to take up nny gauge of battle tlung down, let it be by the devil In hell or his present emissary In power in this land. liiroat applause, j Six sentences and seven vulgar epithets! Abuse of tho president of the.o I'nitcd States far worse than any the Republicans I called "treason" In 1800 'TO. Hut as the polico did not Interfere , and the uudience seemed to liko It, tho woman went on giving this startling bit of history: "Tho men who founded thin republic tailored in tho principles of justice for nil men Woahlngtou never owned it slave, though I they have talied his memory by tho other damnable t There Is i thnt reads productions I ' ; I ent papers, they were promptly denounced us "campaign "lies," but now come tho Republican papers with reiorts, much milder It Is true, but containing such expressions yi "Ilttffalo hangman." "filthy tool." "dirt wretch," "vile emissary of && csa: TJC2a&2&?rfa. "So your name is Dorothy' Well, Mim Dorothy, do you know that you are tho feet Image of your papaP "Oh, yeil Life. I am often taken for my papa." Sho KorKt tlin Itrar. "See anything of my husband f" denmuileit n Sioux Falls woman one day till wex'k of an ofllcer in front of the postolllce. "No, nmVuu; has ho tllapiean.l mynterl otKlyf "N'awl he came tiown town tlio Mime a usual thi morning, but dinner ha1 been ready mi hour, nnd it's ull getting cold, and back yet," he "You have been to hi office, I fiippor" "No, tlr, 1 haven't. I've no time to fool awny looking for him there. Say, is there a sick horse at any of tlio livery ktabler "Not that 1 know of." "Been any dog fights around lately f1 townr "Haven't heard of any." "Any ten cent uliow or target gun in Jew-el-y- r "All gone, madam." "Any man Ir. a wagon wiling brow "GueM not." "No fire auvwhere in townf' r Worked tip. An Indianapolis correspondent of Tho New York Sun, whoi-letter shows that he is thorough and impart lid lu his work, gives tho following points: .Tliu IHiniocrata are lieiiilqitnrtcml In the old state house. Like the Itepubll cans, they are led by enuio able veterans. Charles h. Jewett, the chairman, Governor I.sano P Gray, E. Matsh, the necrvtury, uud S. V Sheeriu, tho member of the u tloiiul committee, nue II busy They have big quarters and tweidy times tlio litem tttro that tho Uepubll 'tins possess. "It takes, too," hid J Chairman Jewott; "wo cannot give tlio peotdo enough tariff literature and speech. The Republicans shirk the subject. Hero is 0110 way they answer our offer to l.iwcr the tuxes 011 the people" (holding up n card with a Hrltlsh flag printed on It), "and here Is one of their renllcs to our jiropotdtloii to relieve the public of r.n onerous bunion" (exhib lllng it ciirular headed, "Take me homo to my poor old wife -- Allen (1. Thuriimn") The Democrats do tiielr work differently from the Republicans, iu their system each county is managed by n county committee, "which places tta own speaker, spends tho ttionev it rails for, txdls Its voters, and looks after Its doubt It amounts fill and useful Individuals. to the name thing as tlio Republican plan, and tho Democrats like it tatter. The couuty lender are subordinate to tho state committee, which supervises nil that they do, and forces them to get quite as closely down to tho Individual voter, bv constantly returning tho poll lists with Inquiries 'about dubious voters, ns the other plan of the Republicans docs. Tlilr is how the Democrats talk. "As to our money for this cnmjtalgn, all we need to say li that we don '.t owe anybody any money. As to our organla tioti, It'ls true that It never was better Yo have made 11 poll of the state and we like the outlook. W'c start with thi advantage, that Indlauu Is naturally Demo cratic. Ve have proved that uiatiy time. When a full vote is Killed the Mute is ours, tint we know that It Is not to ta lad without work, and wo mean to rork our hardest from this on, We hao other advautuges. The Republicans are not united, except upon the surface. A very great minority were for Judge (iroshtun They are nug-- v at the for president. Harrison men. and think tliemwi..cs mis Tho Republicans treated tit Chicago are making a soldier campaign from toil to bottom, but we will stir prise tliein with our soldier suppoU 1 CONFIDENT. DEMOCRAT8 " V Uow tlin Dfli'itnlldiis to Sea IImtImii Ai INDIANA J Ifo 1 i i 1 FliESrJ CHESTNUTS. . sv - ij, VrKuy'niHnK-tlNMi- . A k WONDKUH BVKtt CKAHK, NVoiKav'' nWvciijfrom Mr Natiinulcl MoKiiy a y oof Hp of a horrible story, which lie I us given to tho press goner aliv. of tliewretcliediie.ss. iKiverty. misery Hiid low wage- which he was able to dls In free cover lu a two nioiilhs' trade Eiglnnd Wo have rend this sail screed and we will guarantee that wo can duplicate eveiy story of inWery which Mr McKnv iiduliw on the east side of New York" and lu ihe mining legions of IVunsylvntil.i Wo will forfeit $.rlM) If wo County Hayseed Well, I'vo often hear tell on puper imt- chines what makes paper and prints It ut tber same time, but 1 never 'spectcd tcrseo 'one. Gosh I tlio city folks is hummers, 1 reckon. JudiK- "Wnnhingtoii THE RELIGIOUS An EDITOIT. Aillrjnl r.tr tin' I'liico Who Conrliulnl Not to Tulie It. lnild-tnnn- and He was a smooth-facenerod young uian, uud ho glided up to tho in.iuaglu!; eibtor's desk ns silently ns death on 11 pale horse. "1 should like, sir, to securft a itosltlon as religious editor 011 your vnluubln Journal," tie murmured. "Uglt," gruntodtheoJItor, not looking uji. He rciMuled hi request "Had any nowspip-s- experience I" ukcd the editor, still lagging uw.iy. "Home, sir." r cannot mtiiio mom linmiwing ncciitints of litiniaii i" lei) in Russia one of tho best pnitec'Hl countries lu EunisJ or In dcrmum l.ir that mutter Tliere Is mil 11 fact brought out In s museum of horrors which Is not the concomitant of oveisipuhitloti-t- oo coplc for tho iiinoiint of work to nian ta given out If McKay Is anxious to excite the American people he should let loose a few bugaboos from thin... that tanutirullx protected Flowery Lmd where overt vllo'urlshcd and Immunity famished ercha'neo (I 000 wars taforo tho timber grow which Noali used lu the construction of his nrk The Idea of comparing the condition of iH'oplo lu this free, rich, pmctlcallv unsettled country with tho teeming lives of the Old World, whero hundreds st.iud ready to wlw every Job of work offered. Is Ion absurd for cousid eratlou The only relit t tliat we enn sih for the peoplu so'rathetically jMirtrn.Msl lu Mc-lu- '. 's'iiiiy drvittlfiil" Is forthciuto follow" tho exauiple of tho McKays nnd como to America There Is 110 tax 011 linml. grants, nnd utter wo hare filled the land with human bolnrs. as England Is filled, wo may l.tiuw what t!iobi;teri.trugglo for Vo fh..!! have hunger, cxlstc.'.co tnca:!.. and wuitt itiul low wages then, even though we build a CIilucso wall about New York World Mo-Kaour-.selve- s. j IIUIiHt The yoiiiig m ty dtvw b tck. "No, In dec J, sir,'' ho replied, in evident pulu. " Cm oil do a dot ll'tht!" Ill his hhdorv Mr. Illaluo sas of tho set of 1W7. which reduced fho tHriff of 1840 Aii'iur. Ill.ilnr. . iiisirly '.'0 " Nora scrapping tnatchl" "No. sir." ' Nor hustle for (wllco itcinsf" "Ktiow any thing utaul "No, i.lr." "lLise-biilll- " this law the duties were plnccsl loner" 11111 they liml Ikvu at any tlmii xineo the tvumf IU12 The art was well Mly fixii list that It If hied. per cent uud evil ndisl tho of the surpliiu reenuo ' "No,sr." horso-rucosl- " - , It-t!- iafs kWlAzi vtm tc A'uro V e Slor-monis- G. C. BITTNER i. s iiki i. Mi-in- ? warn r ., -f-""1' A r IJ . nL n , beg-au- . rrt I 4. 3 Chesapaake & Ohio!: east 'J'X'I If 1 ' tho-itli-of- - sllr :." simply-th'o-fout- - ' I IS KFIKCTMJV. I.ve I.ouikville,.. ntI(-i?- i many (i:x. Suu.1 frXritie tlint'o'ne oniinbVplcW her'tneaiilng Arr Lexington. White oiilphur Kpriugv Charlottiville .VMjunct Newport New Old I'oint Comfort... Norfolk Ilaltimore I'hiladelphia New York...,, WathiuKton Kichmond... ...... 7 00 10 33 , p m 6 30 a in p m III 50 a m in ,u 3 ip p ml 11 o g co p m 3 50 10 35 a '" (, 35 co a ml 7 co 40 a ml 7 40 , 9 40 p mi B i3 510am p m p p p p p P 111 6 Vo 3.i ss pm.n n1 3 m m in m m it ill 6 o a m Lexington Diiion Train run liy Central li me Main bine Trins"eat of Huntington run hy Kast crn lime, which i one hour fatter than Central "TxnrMTIONAI. TRAINS:-N- o. II, daily ex, cept Sunday, leave Olive Kill 4i$ a m; Mi. Stcr-in- ; arrive at Lexingtons 33 a btjoonnr.imve '...ritiiiatl via Vrtchetcr 11 HP m. except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Nn. li, daily Lexington 5 35 ""I arrive Ml. Sterling loop in;Olive M in. Tii Din: daily, H1U9 Clifton loriie at leavo 700 a m; No. s. arrive AnhlanJ $ 40 p Oi.irlexton I J 3" V Colnmbiit 11 1; p mNo. 6. da IV leave Amanu 7 10 n m; arrive at ru.i.orin Sleeping Car on all through train. ii a in: Clifton i'orze 7 l6 m. Pullman Dnininion Steanuhipt leave Norlork on Moit-laOld Tnendny, Vednedajr. Thnrilay and Satur-'aat 0 31 p m for New orkJ)x For 'liekcl., Kate, Information, etc, npply to ket olTieor addrt V C WICKHAM. ',OH.M,u'K!'KMetvcr. 'en I'.n. Ag 1 11 1 troui tlio lines, us 111 tins passage: "Don't fonrot thnt, you wlioharo lived through thm.- - riaytt, nnd you, young men, if you 1 id nut know it, know it this night, that tho brave, bplendid, heroic, martyred bonis that went down to tho battlefield pen from 1801 to 1805 did and the prit-onot go to have tlio Union. Al'plause Tho Union that meant degradation ot labor, that meant silenced bpeech, that meant the pollution of tlio territories. That Union emild have been preserved nnd saved in peace nnd unlet at homo. They went to the front to die for a Union that allows you tills day to bpit upon their graves. Tills probably means that tho old Union ia destroyed, and wo must haveanewono In which tho Mates will bo mere districts or provinces. Tlio Journal says Indiau-anoll- s was delighted with the speech, but this is probably a libel 011 tho IIoosUt capital. Ami In Neiirly Kvcry Other TntKt. Every officer and director of tho Standard Oil trust is a Republican and eager to "protect American labor." Sun Frun-clscExaminer. Xi to the Cigar, Ves." "Cub, is that yotir flrstr ho usked of a , on jhol95jofy.'tCB3 jUewsboy awuy at 11 weeu which gave toriii a ptuiiug rank odor. "Yes, It's my first real cigar," was the reply, "but I kin lick any boy of my size, and I'vo chawed tcrbaeker for .1 yurl" Detroit Fivo I'ccoh. !o-4at- Uiphytlcfariiwera'' thundebtjsjcjpainw their' attempt's ut euro did not'oa "usual, "result In death. Milwaukee Wisconsin. Shu Couldn't. "I cauuot slux tho old songs." Shi) tain;: They found It tnie, Blur could not mIus thu old souks, Norcowul ahu .lui tho new. , J Boafoii Courier: SuriirUliic. A St, Louis lioy, ned It years, has recov-ertjfrom 11 severe uttack of UyiU'ophobii. . d r o Vont Alivuy Uappciis. you pl)ttbaiiuk,"jid tho goiio bWr&:oViSfcn.r "No, confound Itl" returned tho jioet, sadly, "it went over my postage stamps." Life. Tito rtl'm so sorry poet'a'wife: " ton Hsli voted for it. Nlr rittmner und "No, sir." "Can you write up a murder till the blood Mr W'llsoii tath voteii for It. ns did rdo Senator Allen, of Rhode Islaiitl', the direct oozes out tatween tho llnesl" representative of the iuaiitifr.clurers of "No, sir; no, Mr." " III tho house the The editor tag.m to grow Impatient, but that state. V Imvo New EttgUnd tvtirvwntutlvcs another ndvantag. liar he went oti. It whs nil risou Is exceedingly uiiopuhir with the guu down the Vitiil for the bill "Ever throw the soii-ofworklugmeu. Notwithstanding the tie elevator liuft who emtio 111 to see 'Tho txtrjordlunry olltirnl rontbiiiattou that uials that IiarrlMin made the dollar a day flint wrote tlrul aril-ilo- f brought IheNiuaUira from Massm-liusettspeech, the worktiigtueu will insist that nnd the senators from Smith Canilmu tho to Ids having from New Enghmd nnd they have witui-sM'"Does the rollgiojs tslitor have to do all that thing, unci thr.t. even if lie didn't. this!' usked the tippjlcuut, turning gray In ftMni the cotton state, to up)rt the Ids attitude has always Ihsmi one of sun same tariff bill." tho face. patliy with roriKirato intoiests. The Ami of the tariff of I.MR Mr Ilbluo "No. not nil of It at once, but he has to workingmen nrc clrctilatltig 1111 nutogruiili take his turn liku tho rest of H10 loyi verv trulj ajs thai this nrtion was not affiduvit of Unrrikoti't lu which ho de thougli we always give him Saturday after- token rw an nvowtil movetnent for pro 1,(XK) mai.ds for himself mid associates noon to get his regular stuff fu before the test Hiii, but merely ns n wvisuro to lu each 'for neatly it whole week's work in foreman jrots hot and cusses 11 linuistotia cixsiso tta retiioe." court' defending thy receivers of the rail ring nroutiil tiie ofllce. You can have tlio Si fur from Irringlug "dliuiitcr." tho road who-- e men afterward trucU ngai:.st Job If you want It, but you've got to be eon-tnriff rvt nf 1811) Inaugurated one of tho 11 reduction of their pa front $1 LI t CI rounded- -" most pnns'rous eprehs that thlscoitntrv iv dav. Utter still the railroad pnltl liltti Hut the editor talked to thin nlr, for when has ever known. Mmiufn'tttirc niultl 21, OOO.'' ho looked up from' his desk tho npplicunt pllisl Wages lurrvastxl. Agriculture "As to the tariff," said one of the Dem had vanished us Miontiy us lie came. 11". J. pruiersl - N'e. York NVorld. I jKisllioii Tirnr. ocrntic leaders "the Is almost (irecively what tjie Indiana Re 1 hr Sotix nf fonoMtty, Oirrliraril nil tlin I'.li'ii.lr"!. publicuiiH have tacn demanding for twelve tin. nil ). iili'niM.iv.it,i. .- Doyou know old Dusottborryl AV. vcars lu their plutfuriaH and beechct. .j Ihoi.ac re l pirk, II. Is he nn old widower with four marTlio turlff discussion is not new iu Ituli Coiik lip and hii our Yntkr, goods. sr And milt nt nrrlr. ana; we have fought nnd won iimhi j :v riageable daughters, who ure always tryltig Ukiiiv iip-tin liriit rlxnl, rlsely this Issue. The IVmocrats Imve to flirt with the incut Yeu eaa't buy any uhraix-r- , "Yes. that's the man; but he Is a worno other advantages. Tiie pner of largest s the UihI. Moiin(vly luk-rirculution in the state is Tho News of flirt than ids girls He has offered his heart AimI ntf'ir 11 oiikcI'ii(o tiiis city, mid, while it suports Harrison, j and hand to half a dozen different women, but thuy have all jilted him." It Is for tariff reform, uud It Is even Your corn uud rk ami rye "Well, whut about limit" Are lint rj(u tliluics to tax on, doubted by Republicans whether its sup ,;oh1 Joko out about him. "There is a AikI hi it tV iliitlr high, port of Harrison Is not injuring rather Y m tiru-jht Uukten. limn helping him. Fiuully, us to the Pro Every Ixnly Is laughing ut It." u You Ilk It, loo. ) CHir lura "lilt's have IL" hibitlouists, there is uo truth in the ie lu e uktim hciiiM' and M,rutt, "Well, you see, ufler tlio old reprobate ineiit thut the Republicans nre winning by to vebs th tax Htatsl them over or that they uru draw iug largely bad been sucked half n doun times, it i Ak fast a ire can jcii It. from tiie Deuiocnits. .They bitterly tip currcd to him to luhcrtlso lu the H'nrl for 11 wife. His advertisement wusto thoeffect V'e tax eiMt ) our ht, iko the ikCpiibilKiiiH and draw very that ho was lu Ins best yeurs, had ample U ta.--; jour Ut . I i--U Uillt-r- , largely from them " VTriMjo !. nicailK.W, yourttilrt, lu one respect the peoplo cf the whole property uud desired to injury a ouug uud And don't ro-inuttrr, country uim deceived ns to Indiana. Tho uccomplishcd lady, etn., eto. He nlocomI . IiUhto l A jourvillidand round pilgrimages to (Jcu Harrison's homo lire questeil those Indies who desired toplmto-... ' tiHi; nisi trlj Its that, ' I mt deftly uet what they are represented tube. The pute, so to speak, to inclose thulr Tn till 011 -r graphs." jmrsh-pirailroads nre working up these excursions cyesi. "Did any of than bitol" ut low rates, uud uru dally bringing Hut r.Vr. tsit l unnrnti-fu- l "(), yes; he got four answers next day, crowds dcsirn-iof seeing Indiana's big Vi'f itiiiiM bate j on Lnmv, n photograph." lityiindtho stato fair now lu ptvgrcis t each one Inclosing going to marry any of UVil tAte l'j lax from soma thlus "Well, is he here. The pilgrims tiro not wholly Ro dun-Vi'aleh o jou , publicans either In fact or bv avowal them." tViwrn li.srrlouirleli--l "Hardly, for whim ho oixnicd the lettors You d rwnriio tin nyns with (jltv They are mainly sight seers. '1 heir num'II Ute t.H'IHX Iismii lolxiceo bers ure habitually overstated. A band and glanced ut the photographs lie almost mvuy, A:nl ijnl!oour whliH'j fnii. that came while The Sun reporter has been swooned his own for tho photographs wero daughters. They say he is -- Chlcngtj Herald. hero wns published as numbering 100 those of souls. As a mutter of fact, tlio railroad 01 ml of his matrlmbtilul iispinitious." blent. Tihl t!i" Trclli bv bold onlv 10!) tickets. The alleged 100 Ttsa Slftliiw. Oncd in a w'..llo the Trlbuuo drops Into T be Tot. were cnlfed Republicans and reported to with tiie wages have called on Gen. Hurrison. As a matcut ly this I'trtntimi se.isc in "I saw an mousing ter of fact, u few of them did mi, nnd morning," said a policeman to n traveling-man- . inivtlu:i. For example, lu nnuweriiig a qi;c-;i.pet by Ltl orers," It nys there wns nn proof that all of these few "'I'lilr' note of I:iiiiin illitstatesu com were Republicans. "What wns it f" - Iflli'irers' make tho uiist.ike 0110 In tlio moa "It occurred utaut hnlf-piir- t ColoK'il Voters for ('lowland. moriiliig. A certain gentleman got ohi, of a blunder so often mado hy Douiocrutle A grand hurrah enlivened tho nelghlioi-hoo- d hack and went tiptlio steps of his resldenco. htr.t,-- . .on; llie siip;mho that 'less cost' I ter wiies Wages In tho Iron of Dcmocr.itio headquarters, when liu hesitated a miuiito uutl then pulled tho Inipllei Twenty-nint1'resenUy a window oiicncd up mumif.irti.ro are lilglier from II to 71 per street was ktirrvd up by door bell. the pur.ulo of tho colored Cleveland and ttlwvc nnd a woman put hcrheud out of it. rout, thanIt thuy were- - in IStlO, nnd yet iron and ull i producta am cheiijier. So "Thut you, deurf" ho inquired. Thunniiu club, of tho Eleventh assembly w.i.'-u- s 011 every railroad are higher than "Yes,"shorcplIcl. dlstrirt. Tlioy mado a great show, with they v.ero tveuty .cars nu, whilo tho "I.M111110 lu," said ho. a uniformed baud, a sound of cauo bearing cost nf traiissirtatiiiti la less than half as 'Kay truly rural." club men in plain clothes, and 11 company gtv.it." ''Toory loorul." of uniformed members of tho Cleveland If there Is any tie thing I hut "Demo-cratl- it "You can't como In," she responded league Central clnb, Capt. George Jackafntcr.ien ' i:t t.10 present congress son, n kxy of stalwart good looking j promptly, uud hliul thu window dowti. He waited 11 moment pioio mid then got back havo been trying to hair.tncr Into tho voting colored men iu showy uulforms. ' heads of ltepubllctiiHliite3iiimi.lt Is tho Tnwltr. They wore white legglns, bluo trousers, Into the Idea thut lew cost does not Imply lower blue and white shirts with C. and T. on A C'orrtut Drflnllloii. wages,. The whole Republican argument They had the front, mid whito helmets. "I see in the nuwspuper," remnrktMl Jlrs. on tho tariff has run oil tho opposite plenty of Roman caudles to help out tjiulr Smith to licr nnouhn, "that i. man uiimed Ides that less cost only ta by cheers uud music In expressing their Mich., r. ad tue headiiuarterri building lliown bus been urrostcd ut Detroit,wives," lowering wngi's, 11.11I ht'ikv thnt u reducthlrty-tlirction of t!.o tariff r.ica.m 11 reduction of shone with its brlllitmt llltiminatloii, otiacburgoof ' havlig Mr. Smith. "Is that all.' qiiuriol o nro (jlad li Itavo Tlio wo.tc flushed with iitiHweriiig fireworks, cheers "A11H replied tlio old Udy. "Isn't, that .(ttliority for the contrary opinion. Now York Sun. and handclnppiug. enough f Let's see; theyuuli a tuuii havNew Vorlt Tost. wives 11 blgumlst, don't ing thirtv-tlircItrpuMloHiiH I'oHti'rril Ciintmrt Itbur. they J" A Neat Itnpurter. In 1801 tho Republicans passed an act "Some folks do," "nnvled Hmltli, "but I "When tlio Dciuocriitlc iiinjoilty in con- stimulating the emigration of laborers don't." under contract from abroad, bound to "You would cull u Jiian having thlrty-thte- o gres.1 lepculod tho dtjfy on wool, a staple itl which thu sniith was comparatively work long teruis for the Buiallont wugvs. wives u iKii.vgiuiilsl, would youf" but Wo havo repealed tho act ami luivo iiiudo "No," Kiiortcd Smith : "I would call him n (lilt?'). llttlo Intcrcslitl. nnd refused t'o - re- 1,. 10 hih-- i liMli'rlnt.flilf-rfi- o It highly iiemtl to brlilC n plngle liiitmui blamed fool." Arcula Jtrtunl. v i,..j vii .tt.M ... .Int.- .m ,ujjar. 111 wnicu proii net 1110 bO(itn wus so being tiliuor such a Kyslem Of olavery Into ......I,. l,.l vi,i .j,...l il... ...... S l I A Cliiinre to lil Keu. 11111:1 1. 1, ;ti j wan tills country to compgto with froe Atncri i, hu can lubor.-r-GeOfllce sir, hero's a man to miitui that Louthcrii Industries uecdisl CV.lus ut Cooper Union irotoction, ...... .v...h sco you. (li,l.Vll.l V1LII UV tlnHoived clicmleji of thu nrotnctlvn Sterr, but Tnie. Itniieciiiilous Doctor Healthy muni utiich lmalthy. (Jot IKillcv." so sas Tho Philadelphia Telepnico Anm Dlcki'.ihtm is multlnr an Active graph (Rep Hold on a iiiliihte. What cuuvass of Ii.li!iia. She lvcelvei $200 a something in his 'unil ItKiks like a bill. JmiiccmiiouY Doctor (Struck ivitli u brill- 'HtntdhOH tho ni03t slus-p- i Texas, away speech for reviving tho mcinorlesi of tjio war and fihowlng that, liavlng once sup- iant Idea) Let him como in; I'll give him down b;uth, Wlmt doubtful state, to Rniuhlifiin iiiuieiielniiuv, Is ported tho party of Lincoln, lu Its efforts fifty cciiJifuiuu'CQuut; he vill falnf, mid I'll most Inleresteil In sheep raising? West to put down the rebellion and liberate the charge hint two.ilollius fur reviving I1I111 Vivgliiln. which (h Deinocmts now conslaves, the country must now support the Time. . r ", trol, In whlih heetiou iirewodou party of Ulaino tn its efforts to cheapen A I'luyw ilgbt iin'heH llincs. uiiuit wory. uud wjilch, thereforo, whisky nnd increase taxes. Chicago HerQultltlcy (lneetlng his friend, tho broken Is i!in-,- t Inter Kited iu their ch. .spelling? ald. J " IUnlto")-K- h, Hob down novelist, on the Not the south ay any hieuiis. Now York What uro you doing hero iimongst the Port. tlnrrtsoii's I'luu. fur now bookl Tho holtlem of undue government actors gutluuing imilorl.il druuiatist, now. Uogglc No, Tom; I 111 u Tho Repiibll.-ai- i MihcominiUco of tho bonds and 110110 will bo duo for hovernl a plltyl Qu'.tkley flnnticf, coininltU'o havo niniotinrcd years expect, in case of Hurrlson's elec'cm now.. their readlneiiu to tako tiielr liogglo-N- o; they don't-writ- e firit step totion, to sell them (o, thu government at n I'm an, assistant to tho stage carpenter. wards freo trade. Xow llavmi News premium of f0 per rent, 'Cincinnati En- Judge. (Intl.) quirer. lilniiketv-blunk-bliins s repnt-eiitutiM-s ' le-poe'e j li-r--r. u ul .(f-trrt. ' ' eunvd In iiv a cottslder.tble pr'jxirtloi of the Republican inrty Mr tniwanl voted tgaliist It. but his colleugtio. Mr. lliitnll bv the ptsiple. uud wn indeed roil )oirt N.-uy 1 1 1 t- nt-sl- s ir 1 .i im-ldo- :i h hack.-.WrrJi- tiit cr-.- e Trl-Ihui- o A 1 1 wiin-nsiui- ii Hoy-'ricj- HC, .. IJoy-Ve- ry 1 1 . (,'iir-inun- Wlmt--wrltit- ig KCIlT tftMhUi jsxmmOiei!!!!?sf- - gffffamfwtmMmvmV Zxs agawiaianiititr- - in iilfli iiijiwihii Semi-Week- ly Inter'or Journal' 1888 oub young folks. THE DROKEN Hew WINDOW, unit Who 1'itlil Stankoiid Ky. Outohkii 12' It Wat llrnknn fur It. Constipation . V Itelng purely vegetable, their iiUlciu Ik prompt ami their effect always lieiicllrlnl. They nni nn admirable Idler uinl Aftcr-dlimo- r pill, uud everywhere endorsed Jiy tho profession. " Ayor'a l'lllt uro highly ml utilver, Mtlly simkeii of by the peopln nlxmt here. I miiko dully usn o( them In my liruitliu." ' JJjr. I. E, 'Vovrkr, Ilrldgo. " llt, 11)1111. " I rim recommend Ayor's Villi nliovo nil others, having long proved their Miliia as u rulliiirllc for myself ami family." JtT. lleii, Lolthsvillc, I"ttl KoriflViri ycara Ayer'n'I'llls have Demand's iroiiiit treatment. Tho rc ntili.1 nf neglect may bo serlohs. Avoid nil Imrsli' nml ilrattlo purgatives, tho tendency of which I to weaken tho IiomcIh. Tlio best routed y Is Aycr's WkiS ?M Gztssar m-- KAHHlfitnaMi! Thora waa a iioIho of (latH brcukliiL': ai - . - Tills. nimo hobbllmr out of tho undorwood, holding a Iwy faai by tho collar of hln eoat. That'a thn nceoii'J window you boy hnvo broken; but Ihl tlmo I vo caught you," bIic Kraiubled, 'It inn Indeed fortunati) that I canto homo Jmt then. You thoinht you iYoru nitinltiK away fnnn an .old woman, did you I Jtut yon nnulit u''inituke, you ran "riRht Into her Imtcarl ' An alio np'ikonliij reached tho cottafo door, lifted the latch and marched tho boy Into tW) room, .'' f ;. lenee, then thu sound of bos' voices, of boys' feet ninnltiR down thu lauo, and next u utartled cry. Then old Damo Crutn- cton, who lived in coltiifM cloio by, then Effective Remedy rout tlpii (ion ami Indigestion, and am never without them In tho house." Moses Orenlur, ljwell, Mass. "1 liayo.iied Aycr'a .l'ills, for liver trmiljles'aniriiiillgcaflnn, during iriany nnl unto alwuvn founil! tbeai iriinit and efficient In their fcctlom" " L.Tf.Hiiilth, UtlcaTTCV. " "T stilTorcil from constipation which assumed such nn obstinate form that I feared It would cause a stoppngo of tho liowcls. Two lioxes of Aycr's Villa efI), llurke, fected i complete euro." for .' Now, Mark Huffaiii, I aluil) iiutanettdi to tho iiuiioaticea'I ielva from j"oulK)yl ibyomkiiiK an ;cxaiiijlj otjyliu," lt- - jtail.j ..Ygti will Uiy lrroivhlltv,l ko flrit to your mouiei- - ami Hum to mo Hipnro. It is u Kreat idiamo you Iwys do not know how to beUavo." ;r, ' I ' Suco, Mo. family medicine. I know of Iwtler lemedy for Iher tumbles, ham nhvaxs found them u prompt (tiro for dyspepsia. ".Intiics t.biiiin, iu Middle at., liartfoid. Conn " Having iMfi troublcl iiitlirntivr Iicm, vrlilgh acopis lilimifthlo Willi ver"i roni t( aedciitatv luilnls. I hitvu tried Ajpr'a I'll!-.- , hopliu' r relief I as glad to y thin tlu'v have nerved urn' U'tter than any oilier inrillcliii!. I arrive at lids ciihIiiIiii only after a faithful trial f ilo-i- merltn." Samuel T Jones, Oak at , lloiton, Mush. 110 " I haw ned Ajer's l'illn for thn past thirty your and consider them an nml ' Ayer's Pills, r I'llKI'AHKI) it Or. J. C. Sold Ayer & Co., Lowall, ,j all Draleri lu MnlUlnr. Mat. ? COMPANY . CREAM j I 1. LEXTNGTON.KY. fwilt I ht. I.nuin, 1'rop'r M.A.Slinmnntl.ivcr Medicine, ItM iSiO, in the U. S Court likrKATt J, ll.Zcllln.rfop'r A.Q.Siininon Liver Itreulutor, Kit'dby ZtillniSfi-i- . M. A. S, 1., M. hat for 47 jeani CurrJ iNDIOtaTION, IllLIOllNX I'Ttrtr-MA.MC- THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. C. K. Slmmont, Sitomacii. Ere. Her. T II. Itearr.s, l'aitor .M. K. IChurch, Adaiit.Tenn., wrilrf'l liniak l ahoulJ lutve tx;cn dead but 1 lor your Genuine M, A. Sim. mom i.ier .Medicine, I have aometimn had to tubititute .. fc'f I ...11. B B. u .. uir.. viiur .1..11 v.ttif. .....(, ICmijl c(ne but " don'1 nawer the i WMTM ArrtTiTi. Soin UEAnACIIK,I.Ok. rpntl It.Oravea, Kdltor Tkt lutiit, Mrinphli,Tcnn. rrceivcda lucUai-- r nf inurl.lin Mriticlne, and kae utrd half of lu It workalike a chatm. I want no better Liter Itcculator and cer taiuly 00 more 01 Zcilin'a rnliturc I puipoir." r.J. ); G AUTER' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s aaammV Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of u remeay mat positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is enough foi nne hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-third- s For tale by McKot rli A; Slngj, Stanford. "Well, I don't llko to be bothered," lie said, "and I want to bo like Whlttlngton." "Very well you inny go If you are not happy in your homo," replied tho mother. "1 will help you to get ready. You need not run utva.1." ' Then she lied some of bin clothes in a large handkerchief, and put the bundle on n stick, over his shoulder, like tho picture of Whlttiugton. Klio kissed him goodbye when sho opened tho street door for h m. (leorgo looked pretly solemn as ho wont down the steps. In a minute ho went bock and rang the bell. Mary lot him In, and he ran to bin uiiimma's room. " May I alcen on tho back porch tonight!"' he nnked Ilin bpn trembled a little. "No, dear, jour papa do like to have tramps sleeping 011 tho porch," sho replied. " Then I cm stay in the stable with John I" "Oh, not You had better run away at "J'OIITIIIIT' T1KKN KVr.llV KVK.MXO rilOM once, n hftip way off, where you can do as HKVKN TO N1MI. I'UK'K Ul. Kllll." you please " Thrt iwiii' evcnini; irhin aeven o'cloi'U Voor Ueorge was In tears. came there wan rjuite a crowd round the "O mamma, mamma! ' he cried, throwing Kinlthy door, for every ouo wa.n curious to himsolf In hor arms, ' 1 do love you so, and heo what it uiea.it, and who was tho nrtint Inlon't waul to runaway. I hate to do as I that wan i;oinjt to take the photographs. please. May 1 como homo ngaln to live!" Mark admitted aix Ixiya, and at mice aot "Dearlittlo boy! Mamma In glad you to work have teamed your lesson with so littlo Ho fasten til n lare ahiet of jujier on the heart-ache,- " answered tho mother, as sho door, putaHtroiiKliKht in front of It, nud took her sobbing boy in her lovinu armn. then placed a boy between "thef light and the (leorgo never wanted to ruu away again. dfmr, o that the ahadow of bis aido faiv (', :iinm lV iff, la O.ir IMtle Onu. wan thrown on tho .iHr MAHOGANY. Then Mark carefully drew over the out Hue with black chalk, put in a little ahad-iiiIla Vrtliif us u Finishing M'ooil for Work, waa touched it up when the Nice nml Klrcunt l'luMi. taken from the door, and tho port nut was As is known to every woodworker, has no equal for durability, brilliancy und Intrinsic vnluo for any work which i requires nicety of detail and eleganco of llnith. Cherry, which Is a pretty wood for effect and extremely pleasiuu when llrst lluished, soon grows dull and grunydook-lug- . Oak, which has been so much used of late. Is attractive when llrst finished, but exerieneo tc.iclicn that it does not tako many mouths to change all tin, and instead of n light, interior, ono that I has a dusty appearance is presented, which no amount of scraping and rclluishiiig will restore to its original benuty. What applies to oak in yet more applicable to ash. Mahogany, however, seems to thrlvo best I ! under the conditions which aro detrimental to these other woods. At llrst of alight -?: tone, it grow deeper nml moro beautiful in color with age, and although Its llrst cost Is moro than these other woods, yet its price Is much less than Is popularly supposed, ' and tho only objection urged ngainst it has been cost. What is moro valuable, however, nud what makes mahogany In reality THE A1ITIST AT 1V0IIK a less costly wood, Is the fact that, unliko .Mark had a steady hnml, and n cherry, oak or ash, it is easily cleaned, finished decided talent for drawing, so that tho reit Is impervious to dust or dirt, while sult was In most cases a fairly good like- it does not show wear, and instead of growness. ing duller, grows brighter and moro pleasTho hoy.: thought it wonderful, uud one ing lu appearance. While llrst cost is moro after another paid their twopence. Then than that of cherry, oak or nsh, It Is neversome of the older people came, o thut Mark theless truo that tho judgment of many was quito busy. men has led them to regard mahogany as At last the boyn were lliilshod, nil but tho cheaper wood when its durability and two, Caleb Arrowsmith ami Jack Uridgo-imicleanly qualities aro considered, and Caleb had waited, because ho did not it takes front rank in tlrst-clas- s material. momi to have his inrtiMll taken; ho had no The HulUler a nl Yixhcinhtr. money to pay for it. Ho was a lazy boy, and hllvrr Alloys. never earned a farthing. Ho did not like work; Hi fact, hodid not like any thing, exPure silver I j a metal of only nn inferior cept jwrhapn his dogva pretty littlo terrior, degree of li.trduesn, in consequence of uud to (lint ho was ory much attached. which cllvorwi'ro manufactured from tho As ho but watching Murk while ho care- puro metal would bo subject to rapid wear, fully drew tho outlino of Jack's shadow. und fortius teuson it Is generally alloyed, Caleb was thinking, although, bo. could not except fn articles for tho chemical laboraliavo his own ixirtrait drawu, how much ho tory. Hllver Is more frequently alloyed with copiicr, besides this It Is also alloyed would llko to hnvo the dog's. " Now then, Caleb, yon are tho last," said with gold and aluminum. Alloys containing silver and nickel, or silver, nickel and Jack. the manufactaro much "I don't caro aboutlt, thauk you," said line,of tableware employed in ile luxe, which, and articles ure Culeb. " Don't -f- iddlestick I" said Jack. "Haven't while being of n handsome white color, aro much cheaper than those from silver and you any montfy!" Culeo colored, und calling to his dog,tumod copper, which was formerly much used iu tho manufacture of silverware. away. " 1 11 do It, just for practice, if you like," .SiiHko-lllt- n nml Yellow Fever. said Mark, kindly. Dr. Urlas da Bllveira has sent to tho " I don't want it," said Caleb, crossly. "I Society of Hto do Janeiro don't caro a bit ubout it." a quantity of a vogctublo substance which Murk had been very successful, and he Is vory common iu tho provinces Minus had already earned sufficient inonoy to pay goraes and Hurra mansa and which, ho for tho window, thoreforo ho was lu capital gays, ho has used wltb great udvantago in spirits, and not In tho humor to quarrel with tho bites of cobras, especially during tho any ono. period iu which tho most sorlous symptoms " Vory woll," bo said, " If you don't llko It hemorrhages and you needn't liavo It dono. Shall I do tho dog apjicared. Ho points out analogies Instoaill" aud of yelbetween tho effects of snuko-bit- o Caleb's faco flushed with, pleasure; It was low fever, both of a symptomatic and pathvory evident how much ho would llko that. ological nature, ami suggests that tho Mark saw that ho was p'cased, nt onco sot drug ho sent should bo tried iu cases of yelto work, and snt Caleb away happy. low fovcr. As ho wan going homo with Jack ho said Soak ono or more newspapers, knead curiously: ' Why does Mark want tho monoyl 1 them into 11 pulp, then dip tho pulp into a sultablo solution of oxalic acid. Whllo wot wonder what Ills for." " For tho window, of course," said Jack. forco tho pulp into any crevico or hole made Don't you know be promised Damo Crum-plcto- by mice or rats. Result: a disgusted reto pay for itf I don't belle vo he treat with soru snouts und feet on thn part iutruders. broke It either," bo added, fcftcr a mluuto, of tho would-br, Directly nho' nientlonod htn uiOtlibr Mark found Inn tongue. "I did not brj.ik v.)ur window, Kraiitiic; Iftniiroyofl didn't ' T i'yiu ivr throwlni? Btoncs," FntJrrUpt- v 1 1 cathioidVi. ; i "Ilulrdlil not" IhrovVnt Tour wIndoV,' ald Mark. "Well, Homeono did, and you aro tho one caught. Hotv will you provo it wan not your Htonel" ankod tho old lady, an alio prelum! to ko out again " I don't ktimv; but wait u minute." Haul Mark " Don't j;o to my mother: aho'n very ill Indeed, uud tho worry will make hor Homo." " I can't help that," said the old lady. " Iook at my window." "Will you bo content if I pay for your vnndow.7'' naked Murk, feoliuK t but, any thim would bo better than making a fuan nndyorry for bin mot hor, and reaolvink in hln own mind to llnd out for hlmielf irhich boy it wan who threw tho atono thallbnd done the michicf, ami to make him pav for It. The old Ia.lv henltatcil, and at fl rat would not hear of It; but Maik pleaded, and lliial-l- y it wan aifrcod that if bo brought threo bhillltiKab.'foru tho weujt wai over nothliiK mora ahould Imi aoiit iiixmt it, 'Mat k.'at hint role;acd, walked away, fecl- luf very wurriPil Ilia iuhIi.t would not be tro.lblo.1, U'lt llii) (jJi"ttou wa, ivlioro fthould ho nol tlu tlire.' nhillltiKnl An Km nn ho c mid, be nnked all tho boyn If they liiieiv whom' atone bad broken the window, but aa ciich 0110 deulod it Mark plaluly hmv tbat he would liavo to llnd tho throo bilbni,'h aoinchow. One inoiniiiK a davor two uftcrwanln tho biya on tliclr way to school were antonished to nee a ti uotieo oatii le tho blai'kmitb'a diwr Tin uotlc h id ben put up by Mark, whone father wan the village amitli, and thla la how It read : . , , , . ., i' J f ( j - as Caleb inado no remark; "I think tho folAND OUT. low who did break It Is n " Jack wild no more, for ho found himself I nlone; Caleb had run off. WOMEN IN TH OPEN AIR. Murk wan very buny all tho week, and whon tho oveiitful .Saturday arrived ho Thn Latest Fad Aiuou? the Unite of Chi-cu- o la lo lo Hunting I.lko Men A walked to Djrno ('ruuipleton's with a IlKht Nutty Oostiiiiin for llouil Use Where) heart mid a heavy pocket. Ho hod earned lotiHe Iron) thn llarilru City Hrrk Maine live whole shdilii(. uud was ublo to keep A Itulililt's 1'aeape lllmiu'a New ms promise, iijsmos, n.ui no not saved nu mother from belli) worried when alio was Women aro eortulnly emancipated lu tho I aourcwolll Hut when ho produced threo of them and matter of outdoor exorcise, says tho Chioffered them U) tho old lady ho wan greatly cago AVtm. There Is absolutely 110 open air aatoulahed to llnd them refused. Damo iimiMcmciit or pursuit in which the AmerCmmploton declared ahodidnotwantthem; ican girl does not participate She Is mistress of thu tennis Held, she cun row a boat alio had been p Ud onco for tho broken winuud feather her oars. Hho rides, sho drives, dow already .Mark did not understand it at all, but and lately she has invaded tho hunting could get nothln? out of tho old lady, and grounds. Tho most fashionablo women, who havo returned homo quite puzjle I nml surpriacd. Another surpriso was in store for him, ho- all summer sojourned by tho seaside, do not return to tho city as soon an tho water Is wevera far creator ono. Ho had determined to spend hln money on too cold for tin decolleto bathing dresses stockings. They linger In n dotf, and when ho went into tho market uud open-wortown to buy ono, what won his antoniab-tnen- t same pretty mountain resort, or they visit to see Cnlcb'a dog offered for aalo. At ouo another's country homes. It is so defirst ho thought it Imd been ntolen, and lightful to stay out of town 'when tho then another explanation auKgeted itself leaves begin to turn V When tho cool breezes of nutdmn blow to him. In moment ho understood It all. freshness, belles don Ho bought tho do at oueo and sot off with exhilarating homo. Then he seat for Caleb ami anked their riding habits ami think nothing of u canter. 'J ho latest habits, by him to lend him his dog for a model Voor tlftcen-milCaleb burst Into team, ami with many sobn tho way, have no essentially new or odd told his story. It wnn aa Mark had thought. features. Thev 11 ro exoediugly plain, but Caleb hud broken tho window, but had been their lit is above reproach. All habits must ami they costabotit ouo hunafraid to nay so, although ho wan very sorry bo tailor-madfor It. Hut Mark's kindness hod been too dred dollars. There ts much extravagance much for him, and ho had sold hln beloved 111 saddles and bridles. Tho finest saddles are made of tho skin of that uny thing but dog to pay Damo Cmmploton. Ilefore ho had finished his story, howev- esthetic animal, tho pig. l'ig skiu saddles er, Mark lotched tho dog; then there was do not soil easily, nml arc susceptible to tho Indeed a licking ami kissing and barking cleaning effects of soap and water. They and miking. 1 don't know which was the aro llicroforo more popular than the stitched comfortable-lookin- g buckskin raddles. I und happier Caleb, Mark, or the dog. Tho dogcart has its season of popularity It wan not long beforo Caleb earned somo money mid paid Mark back; but it wan very In autumn, when tho exertion of driving is long before thoho two boys fell out; indeed, uo longer tiresome to women who can afthey aro tho greatest friends to this day, for ford special costumes for such occasions. Tho dog curt costume is dashing und beall 1 know. Mnujtf- - Hr irnr, fn .ff Fulht. coming, aud a directoiro coat is provided to I wear with it. A bewitching toque of tho HOW GEORGE RAN AWAY. same materials as tho dress accompanies It, Tho story that Alice was reading was and sucdo gloves Incase tho bauds A great "Whlttlngton nml his Cat." George latitude lu colors in allowable, aud most thought it rather hard when Ills mamma striking combinations are stylish. A Michasked him to put It by to do comcthing for igan avenue belle wears a white cloth gown. her. I am afraid ho was naughty; for all tho tlmo he kept thinking how nice It would le to do Jtint ai he pleased. After awhile ho said i ".Mamma, I think I'll run away." "ldo not understand you, dear," sho IN-DOO, k 11 o I , I I stringent game laws permit, tho owners spend many nights beneath its hospitable roof. Largo partlos, Including many ladles, enjoy somo lino sport urlng tho autumn months. An outsider tclln an amusing story of an encounter with a feminine hunter. Ho was In pursuit of a rabbit, when ho hoard a smothered exclamation nml the words si " You munn't kill thu poor littlo thing! xou'ro a norrid, cruel man." Tho horrid, cruel man stood transfixed In ' front of a mil young lady lu a corduroy hunting-costumA mass of red-gold hair escaped from beneath a jaunty an the dark-brown I 1 Huh Willie. f.loli. tue vnllya are thick with grala Homy uud tall; Pcacbos drop In th3 grasiy lano - Ily tho orchard wall; Apples, streaked with a crimson stain, llaslt In tho sunshine, warm ami brlghtt Ilarlc to tho qur.lt that pipes for rain-D- ob White I Uob White I Augur of mlicblcf, pipes for rata Uob Whito Ai tho sun cocs down; Slowly lhj fanner's lo- del wain Cbmba tho stopo lu tho fading tilth t, Bold Is tho voice that pipes for rain Ilo'a Whlto t Uob White I HUM from tho h Usldcs, plpos for rain Uob Wolte! - may on tho fruitful plain Hklrtlngtho town, tvrt lha.royos lo the shifting rano Men who Lo, a burst at tlio darkened pane. An;ry and loud! Waters murmur and winds otnplaln , To tho rolling cloud; Housed nt tho farm, tho careless twain, Wcavln 3 snatcs whllo tho fire burns bright Tunc his llpa to tho old refrain Uob Wh tot Uob Whlto! Ob, the sound of tho blitho refrain Uob Whlto! Ifora IUwl Goo'lalt, In SI. Xkfiolat. How to Slurry. When pretty pouting lips say "no." Don't go Aud blow Your brains all out to slmoly show How"dccp you're plunjed In mental woo Aud pain I Dut bid In Cupid's ambush tic. ' Nor cry. ' Nor s'lth, Nor say all joy has passed you by,., And when a chanco Is odored," try Again. " Mirchant Trateltr. . . ' Do A. I'lisalun Courtship. tn'ne," aald the ardent young Sawmllee-of- f, TUB GIUI. WITH OOLDP.N' 11(111. In a voice with omotlon quite husky, " My fondest oovotlon, ob, ploaso do not scoff, Katlnka Pojakaropiskl!" " TccliornjhChy viUy, my friend," the thy maid" Your pooplo nro noblo and rich, Would a GblgUsotrs granddaughter briCo For a nep'iow of Maxlmovitch?" 1" rap, nnd a pair of flashing eyes mot his. Tho young lady's attitude was commanding, although her plain skirt wan gathered up over ono arm, thus disclosing tho boots and ubout twelve inches of tho corduroy garment above them. As her Indignation subsided tho fair Diana dropped her skirt nud her gun simultaneously. After the stranger had dodged lu tho fear of being accidentally shot, und when tho huntress ha i recovered from her blushes, a pleasant acquaintance was made, much to tho advantage of the escaping rabbit. high-topped en replied, bo a fit " I caro not a kopsck 1 havo you safe now, nod I laugh At the wealth of a Kilt km or Overbauloshkl, Gojavnlk. or PullcrzcdoCf. fy ho laid. 'Ia my droth- - " You are worth more to mo ab:ut grapes. How to Keep Them In M Inter Ily lroper Treatment You Can Hnvo Freali firupea us I.uto us lh.-ti:irTho cultivation of grapes for domestic use has become, says a writer In the lmrrfran .tijlYii'liirt!, so general that y. out-do-- Slugmlski, Ura'temupskl, or BumarakotT! Katlnka rojakaroluski. It's r.sky, Uut I'm going to carry you off!" And than the gold of this U tho way Ih) young SawmllegoS to all further discussion, 'Twas a simpler roccedlng to carry her oat. Than to go on.courling In Huttlun. Pat an end Clileago Tribuni Hf llMl A DOO.CAIIT COSTl-ME- . iair I I freah-lookiu- jsSkrLwZimL. I iaewa fMmseJg:: mwKVtMf with black feather trimmings, whenever she appears Ux)u tho boulevards. Sho drives a black tandem 'team with white harbeness, and tho tiger, who sits sphlux-likhind her, wears a black and whlto livery, lted aud tan colors aro also much In vogue for driving costumes. Hunting Is nil the rage for fashionable women. It is so ''Knglish, you kuow." In tho Kant It has long been tho stylo for women to ride after tho hounds at fox chases, and several young women huvo distinguished themselves by their daring leaps over farm fcncc3 and road ditches. One or two New York belles are Indeed famous they uro always In nt tho death of poor, tame, frightened Reynard. Whllo s in tho vicinity of there are 110 Chicago, there ore many women who accompany their husbands on their autumn expeditions for tho slaying of tho pralrlo chicken nnd other winged gnme, Bpeclnl costumes uro designed for such occasions. Many of them aro somewhat similar to tho ono worn by the herolno in "Tho Quick or tho Doad" whenever sho wished to wander beneath the wild sky and conjure up a sympathetic of nature. Corduroy is tho material generally chosen. A bolted jacket and plaiu or box plaited skirt is worn over a pair of neatly fitting trousers that are tucked Into a dainty boot leg or buckled legging. Picturesque Tain O'Slinnters or toques to mutch Uio costumoaru worn uon tho head. With u gun sluug over her shoulder the girl of tho jtci'.od presents a most bewitching upiwaranco when tramu- o fox-huntcon-vulslclose-lltting the subject of keeping them for winter use, and tho best method, may profitably claim attention. Tho past season I selected from over ouo hundred varieties iu my grounds forty of those 111 general cultivation nnd a foivvcy recent introductions to test their keeping qualities. It is tho generally renaceived opinion that the tive seedlings uro tho only keepers. This Is correct so funis regards preserving liavor. but several hybrids of foreign blood aro tho best keopora known. Tho varieties Intended to be laid up for winter use should be thoso only which adhere well to tho stem and nru not inclined to shrivel soon after removal from the vine. They should bo to remain on the vino as long us they aro safe from frost; a clear, dry day is necessary for picking; careful handling and shallow baskets aro IniX)rtnnt. Tho room in which thev are to bo kept for awhile should bo well ventilated and the fruit laid out iu single layers on tables or in baskets where tho nir freely circulates, closing tho windows at night und in damp weather. Iu ubout ten days the stems will bo dried out sufficiently to prevent moulding ufter they aro laid away. When danger from this is over, and tho stems resemble thoso of raisins, tho time for packing has arrived. I have used baskets for pcrmaucnt packing, but much prefer shallow trays or boxes of uniform sUo to be placed one above tho other so that each box covers tho one below, tho uppermost only needing a cover. Uutil very cold weather tho boxes can bo piled so as to allow tho remaining moisture to escape through a crevice about tho width of a kuire-bladBefore packing, each bunch should bo examined, und nil injured, cracked and rotten berries removed with sultablo scissors, if two layers uro packed in a box, u sheet of papjr should luterveno; tho boxes must bo kept hi a dry, cool room, or passage, ut an ovon tcmierature. If tho thermometer goes much below freezing point n blanket 01 newspaper can lie thrown over thein to bo removed lu mild weather. Looking them over onco in tho winter and removing defective berries will suffice, the ioorest kcopers being plueed accessible. Under thi3 treatment Uio best keepers will bo iu good eatable ordor as late as February, ufter which they deteriorate. thick-skinned Her Answer. 'Twai at a germai, long ago. I told her of my love, And begged ot her a keepsake deir A handkerchief or glove. Alack! Sho smiled a cruel smile At me, by Cupid smitten, And said sho bad no gloves to give, Uut she could spare n tnlttsn. I'nf Rtcord. A Itullad. The shades ot nlg'atwero tailing fast, As from tho tennis grounds there passed A youth who boro his head with pride, Uccauic, there, walking by his tide, Was Irnogone. Ills step was light, bis eye was bright, II s heart was thumping at tho sight That lit his soul with lore's bright beam. And 11 rod his brain with glorious dream Of Imogcne. Of In cottago homes they saw the light bou.chold 11 re s gleam warm and bright; Uut, whllo tho silver moonlight shone, He much preferred it out alone With Imogeuc. "Dcware tho pats," the old man tald " 'Tls dark with n tho woods ahead." Ho aniwered boldly, "Never fear, For dark Is 1 gilt when she is near, Mv Imogcno!" "Oil, stay." tho ma!dcn said; "imlda Tho parlor door Is open wide." Uo spoko no word: Ills eyes aglow Wero to his comrado whlsrortng low, "Djar Imosene." Uo sat him down besldo bis loro, And spooned until papa above Grew weary, and a step o'crhead Gave rlio to sudden, anxious dread In Imognao. "Uowa-- e tho base-babat of pine Uowaro my 1 apVs number nine!" ; Thli was th; maiden's last IIo nnswered, as ho shot from sight: "Dear Imogeno!" ll good-night- -l- ift. I.ure in I.eup-Yeu- r. Sho asked him once, the asked him twice, Sho asked b m thrico to wed. Ho thought her fr.cndship "very nice," Uut 0.1 cli time shook tit bead. At last, when ho felt moro Inclined TI'O wo.ldcd atato to try, Ho told her l.o had changed h!s mind; Uut she "So havo I." AVmxr Jlococl: In Ctntury. SOME POINTS ON STYLES. y iSiBSKf ntnxo-adynaml- o ua AT TOiXKSTO.S --TAUSIir.3. n o tho company of hunters. It Is small wondor that young Nimrods aro diverted from their murderous Intentions and lured to the gentler but not less dangerous of flirtation. Tolleston marshes Is the most fashionable bunting resort near Chicago. A tiumbor of prominent men own u long stretch of land, most beautifully situated, ncara small lake. Tho lako Is famous becauso tho rare Egyptian lotus blooms upon its surface one week iu every year. A hunting lodge is maintained upon tho property, and, as soon ing- In pas-tlmo Yokes and cuffs of gold passementerie appear among tho new trimmings, and nro to bo worn upon a grout variety of dresses. Tim ltoto uinl the (iarileuer. Tho belt especially favored by ladies just Tbo rose in tho garden slipped her bud. now is n broad band of satin finished silver, And she laughed iu tho pride ot her youthful blood with usthctio figures neatly etched upon it. by: ot Gardener As sho Mitts of real laco aro now, and arc favored "Ho is thoughtold!thoand he toonstanding old so must diet" for evening wear. They mny bo procured In black, whlto jur palo titits. which match The full roso waxed in tho warm June air, And tho spread and spread till her heart lay tho dress. bare. Moire ribbon arranged In rows is taking And sho laughed once moro as sho heard hit tho place of laco us a garniture for costumes trend: of cream or snow white albatross, vailing "Ho is older now! He will toon bo dead!" crcpoline. or blow, and found Spanish girdles oi black velvet aro worn Uut tho breeze of the morningKoso strewed the leaves of tho blown as a finish with the shirred corsages nud That the und; g re bolted corsages of white mull aud And hi came at noon, that (Jardanor oU, gowns. And bo raUod thein softly undor tbo mold. Among tho newest shades "dawn" is conAnd I woe tho thing to a random rhyme, spicuous. This is u rosy goldun hue, und it H.'auty, tho Oaidojor T.mo. is most effective when combined with vivid For tho Koio li 1, Ami In Hob llirpv'$ Vounj Pioplt. Itoinau red. Muslin wrappcra uto mado so elaborate Our hervant (llrl. this season that they resemble tea gowus. We b red her. but sho could not cook. worn over slips of colThoy are frequently Sho know not how lo mako a bed, ored surah or China silk. An.l I will swear upon tbo book Sho could not make a loaf of tread. Dainty Parisian shirt waists nro mado of striped surah, figured China silk, or of Sho Into corners swept the dust; tinted foulard, with slender stripes of roses A dustpan sho bad never seeu; nnd leaves 011 its surface. Tno raago took on a coat of rust; Might dresses aro tnudo so much fuller Pots, pans and kettles wero uncloan. than formerly that they aro used for robes Till It wai blaok the boiled the tea, do chuinbro in tho morning, nnd also for tho Tho pan in whkh tho bollod tho tlih day wrappers of Invalids. Sho used tmcleuned for fricutse Jet still remains a favorite garniture for At every moat the broke a dish. all fabrics for which it can appropriately bo Although in splendid health, aud strong, used. Tho newest desigus aro In very narOf work sho teemed to be afraid; row borders and composed of tho finest cut Sho never oloaued the lamps at long beads. As tho could do without taelr aid. silk hat Is tho correct A thing to wear with a riding habit for city About hor rights the had no doubt, And to d not fear of them to speak; and park wear, but In tho country the bhc wanted every Sunday out, doublo vizored jockey cap of velvet or cloth And three nights alto overy week. a match tho dress is worn. Dull colored plaids aro likely to be reMy w.fo to her becoming cool, vived. Especially stylish are thoso in dark, Sho loft iuiu)ky, black as Ink; fine's now instructress lu a school dull greens or In combination of gray with For tra nlng servant girls, I think. green, blue with brown, green with brown Mmtrtlllt Journal, or blue with purplish red laco-trimm1 1 1 d if k I NTtK0KJUUKNALowtlon.ati3hBlbyvlHe, where !.o Hpokc rur.i.ic sm.kof Monday for two hours to nn iuunviisu audience, covering the issues of thocam SHORTHORN CATTLE ! Stanfohd, Ky., Ootober 12, 1888 palgn in a splendid manner. At night this bonfires were lighted in his honor, IN- Uhcr, uf Messrs. (iramillc Cecil unit K. M. and the local hand, accompanied by u lJn)lc county, will hold a joint sale of fitihiotiabl) V. P. WALTON. large number of voters, called on thedis- hred Shorthorn Cattle at the tingoished gentleman and tendeied him FAIR GROUNDS, DANVILLE, 0GT.23 '88, A DtMWTUt from Now York says Hint n serenade, to which he very happily reo'clock, I' M Thoe ileliliiK IlfRinninsat Governor has catalogues ciin otjtatn tlicm promptly by itddrcsiSenator Gorman ami Congressman Scott, sponded. F.verywhere the lug eithirof the nbose named nt lMiisille, Ky after several days' May at democratic, been so far, he has created groat enthti C. Kuld lll be Auctioneer. ami a careful survey of this 8iasm and awakened the sleeping demo- heathiuniters of the contest ho- .No field, are satisfied that Now York, Xew erats to the Importance Jersey and Indiana arc sure for Clove-lan- d twoen tho money power supported by the REPORT OP THE CONDITION and Thurmnn. They expect that republican party nnd the causo of or THK Connecticut will also give a plurality for tho people chanipionud by the demoFARMERS NATIONAL BANK, the national democratic ticket, and nil orals. He will spoak here next Wednesto the day, when Lincoln county democrats AT SIANTOKI), their reports from Michigan point FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. From IllinoisandCal should see that a grand reception is givsame conclusion. In (lie Stoic or Kentucky. t the cUxe of btisiui", Oct. 4, 1(68. The Prcsbyteiinn church at Mt. Auifornin, too, como assurances that the en him. of loss $15,000. democracy have pood prognostications KESOURCKS. Tn k Advocate, which has always es- burn, Cincinnati, burned; Xunnclley fc Catron have f0 No. victory, "stranger things have happened poused the causo of temperance, nnd Loans and discounts 4) s feed100 and it will ho in keeping with Cleveo.ySj 50 Overdraft. secured nnd unecurtd instrumental to n great degree in yearlings for silo; also ers. on a tidal securing tho stringent antidiquor laws V S. I!oud to secure circilition ......... 50,000 ro land's luck to be ,Soo on Some now corn in the field has been Oilier stocks, bonds and mortgages wnve. prevail in Danville, says of tho rethat bar- Due from approved reserve n,f tits .... .. 40,016 5 sold in Fayette county at 1.50 Due from other National Hauls 4,971 41 J. A. Scott, a legislator from Frank- publican side show inaugurated by the rel. S 35 prohibitionists: "The truth of the matCatron sfcXunnelley bought in Wayne Due from State Hanks and Hanker cowardly assault on lin, made a of temperance county 111) good feeders at 4c and J0 Krai estate, furniture nnd fixture..,..... 7 ,l'x Stahlman at Frankfort, be- ter is that the real friends SIzcn. Current espense ami taxes paid PatcniH 909 39 cause of a letter published over his sig- in Kentucky cannot be induced tofollow yearlings at .'Ijc . Premium! paid 3,330 on liourlron farmers have to pay 10 to IlilU uf othi r lUnki , .. nature ami those of Gen. Basil Duke nnd tho lead of political prohibitionists in tho 1,9m ui Fractional paper currency, nickels and Stuart K. Knott during tho life of the crusades they have undertaken, for, ns is 12J cents per shock for cutting corn, , cent ji 6j conclusively by Mr. Xooe in his muse it is so heavy and badly blown legislature, relative to tho action of that Specie 3,foi m railroad matters. Gen. Duke canvass thus far, tho only possible effect down. hotly on Legal tender note ......... ),y w FodSalk II good yearling cotton Redemption fund with U. S. Tieasurer, was in town at tho tune, but the valiant will bo to divert attention from the main 1,110 00 3 per cent, uf circulation Scott, who is said to be n veritable giajit, issue nnd permit tho republicans to gain mules. Large majority mares; :H miles of Hustonvillo, Ky. Stngg & his carcass to an advantage" southwest preferred not to expose I'otat .$4,613 90 llohon. that itentleman, who is sound ns a dollar AxoTiiKn appalling railroad disaster is lAHII.ITIr.S. The Richmond Climax reports the and ns brave as a Julius Ciesar, but in- added to tho long list. An excursion ,.. 10 f , sale of 8,000 bushels of wheat at Sl.tVi Capital UocV. paid In stead jumped on n cripple, who was not train on the Lehigh Valley rond in So,uw 10 anil the Winchester Democrat the same Surplus fund physically, even able to cope with him Cndnided profit. ran into tho forward sectioli. ....... .046 01 $1. if he were not. National Hank. Nute outttandlni; Both were heavily londed with people, quantity at iyn uo -- Hon. W. T. Jone, f Jessamine, has Inditldual depo.in mbject tu cliecl. 'J,49) to 0 of whom were killed nnd more than Tiie secretary sent a copy of the minM.jt) 91 A 44 Diir to other National Itaakt Still another sold to Foster Ott, of L5innton, wounded. . .1,710 tS utes, with the papers read at the Inst that number head of extra tine beef cattle, . of them Due lu Stale llankt and llanlrrt is also reported. The Kentucky Press Association, to every ed- marine disaster weighed 1,203 pounds, to bo Total Queen collided off New Found-lan- d heifers, that U(4i co ...v. itor in the State, requesting those who steamer Press. nnd 21 per- delivered Nov. 1st, at 5 cts. with n tlshing schooner STA'IK OKKKOIUCKV, I did not belong to send SI nnd have their In Cincinnati good cattle find ready j County of Lincoln, wntery graves. I, John II Owley, cahier of the aloed namml names enrolled. That was in August. It sons found sale; other grades dull. The market runs Hank, do uilemnly rear that the above Mattmcnt is October now and hut one response has Rainy weather has not improved the all tho way from 11 for very common to i true to the Lel of my knowledge und belief. II. OWSI.KY, Ca.hler. JOHN come, with enclosure, nnd that from Mr. yellow fever outlook at Jacksonville, tho' ."1 for choice shippers. Hogs are rather before mc thi Ctli day James Maret, of the ML Vernon Signal. the number of new cases are not as large weak at IlJ to $).'M Sheep are quiet at of Subcrilx.d and unurnl toIIKIOIIT, N IM. C. W. Oct, it 64 Is it from n scarcity of dollars or lack of or the deaths as great as at first. This 2 to 4jc. Correct attet S II Shaxks, ) interest that all the editors do not join because nearly the entire population has is estimated that owr 100 acres of It Director J .. Ontlk., the Association? Surely it cannot bo been affeeted nnd there isnotmuch more tobacco in Harrison county was damaged John K Cain J in for the former reason. material to work upon. There are sov- by the isfrost. The loss per Robertson x. iJTWy rent.; in county estimated at 50 Tim Louisville Times published its an- eral new ca.sjs at Decatur, but no deaths Mason county ut 25 per cent, and in REPORT OF THE CONDITION ur Bourbon count v at 15. nual reading of tho goose bone in a doub- repoi ted yesterday. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ' le issue Tuesday, headed with nn nmtis-inti e.v. Hit tin.KY, looking weary and w 0111 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. l STWFOKD, cut of n goose with a pair of specta- in tho futile effort to learn how to think, cles on rending the weather bulletins. If passed down to "Hunter's District," as Hon. Tho. S. Bronston, Collector of tu lilt St.tlc i Keutucky, at tlic time of lii.inc Oct. , there is any confidence to he placed in he called it, the other day, nnd is now Internal Uevenue, was here this week. the bone, and the Times stakes its repu- talking with his mouth then. We have He says tho district is in excellent order KI.SOl'KO.s. tation that there is, we are to have a been n little dubious of democratic suc- anil that the "hands" are doing good I.iun.aml distoiint .. m. ... ..fj4,Jj; j8 lony, cold winter, with heavy storms, Overdraft, .cental anil iinctiiciL.... i8,bj; 74 cess in the :Mf but doubts nre now dis-- , work and running things smoothly. jk 00 deep snows and the mercury below zero polled. Bradley will prove Hunter's Wnkolleld A I.eo.of .Danville, bought I' S llond tu cciirc clrculaliun Other UKlii, loniU anil niirucageu.ra 45,(11 tu often in December and January. of J. S. Hill 50 head of New York cattle, Dux frnm ajiprovttl reserve Burchnrd. ci;eiu 5,1431 averaging 1,500 pounds nt V, and Nelwin Due Iriim other Nationjl IUul.t.. .... 6,0)111 municipal election in Newark, X. Tun Bii.ia BiiKCKKNituxiKhas lost his silver Morris, of Chicago, bought of W.S. Bcaz-le- Due Irom Male Hank jnJ IUnker.. jyt J., Tuesday resulted in n democratic vic- voice temporarily nnd has had to cancel :U head that averaged 1,550 nt $5.:!0. Kcalctatc, furniture and fit re ... S0 uij Current cxpcnie anil I.IU'i uiil ...... tory by 1,200, notwithstanding the same his New York engagements. If he does j,g4j Miss Mary Urav, of ersai lies, and . .... aM. ot7tj 10 city gave Ulaino four years ngo n majori- not regain it nnd Col. Swope continues Mis Ida Taylor, of Berry, arrived this rcmiuin paiu Check and 3,835 54 ty of 1,500. This in the face of the fact to have that sore throat which McKen.ie week nnd their names have Ihhmi added It.O. ..1 ...l.. oilier , cath items ... 1.. 40 ra, college. H. C. iiiii iiiiiuiir iMiik.. ....... ....... ......MM.. that tho republicans used money lavish- gave him, the voters of the 7th district to th" lNt of pupils at the Fractional paper currency, nltkcN and Knulfmnu, wife and daughter, Louise, ly and tried to work the free trade bcaie are likely to go without chin music tho Aieonjojing ""H . 5 57 the eenteiimal exposition .. .... a.feo no ought to be n pretty strong pointer as to balance of the campaign. at Cincinnati. Dr. It. V. Walter, wife l.rgal tender notn . how the .State will go in November. Oh! and daughter attended the Milburn Due front U. h.'l reaturcr, othca than.. 8JJJ 00 Wnltor wedding nt Stanford yeitordny. NEWS CONDENSED. we've got 'em. There's not much dis5 eat. nHli'tiiptloii finitlM...... ttyi The clatter of fragments of metal, pute about that. There were throe suicides in Ioiu once called a bell, hanging in the com fj"7.4'JM cupola, has given nearly every one total If tho royal reception tendered Con- ville Wednesday. the jerks. Its repeated attempts" and IAIIII.IIIUS. Uov. Hill ami Blaine are both speakgressman Caruth on his return to miserable failures to toll the hour or .... $1011 o indication, ho will be re- ing in Indiana, but not together. .summons people together, folios the be- Capital im.k paid in . ., J,OOt The L. & X. has withdrawn from the lief that the old bell has pit taken of tho Surplu fund a turned to Washington by such a majori prutttt . 5.J4J character of the nunoiiiuvmeht so often UuilltideilMink N'of ty as will eternally squelch I lummy Southern Passenger Association. National out.l.imlin....., 4,IMHt 0t The expressmen's btable in New made at the bar in tho temple below. Individual Wilson and his republican backers. BeHum atom; tho new bell, yo guardians Certified check tubJ.'Ct to check...,.. sides 2,200 men belonging to clubs, bear- York burned, nnd with it two men and ' of the people, and in addition to politics, Jo an Due to other Natiuual 2o hor&es. 'PI 3' ing torches nnd transparencies, the give us a Htiuiii, clear, ling. Due to Slate Hank andlltnkt. lunker. I.JOJ Oj A few nights ago some of our young and the city edit The cays 15,000 people listened to his speech Not' and ... who re men tried the old ijau 10 of IriKliteniiiL' Spccl.il loan or of the Jacksonville Times, and applauded it to the echo. .... IU,(llOO .1,11. died of uiie . i iiifir leiuiwrt. iivBiuiiuiK iii.u hiiiiu . . uiauivil nt ,1 , IIIlffci.tr,i, Tin: fraud Lodge of (.food Templars yellow fever. - f7 atj o, of town. The slight injury the young lutal was in scission this week in Louisville, Six inclies of snow covers tliouround man received was even more than the Sl'A'ltMlK KI'.NIUCKV, I " County of Lincoln, but a glance nt the lift of those in at- at Montreal nnd several inches show up boys intended to inflict; and while wo ar-confident tho young men intended ;.. tendance does not show many of those tT.l....wi.:. .....1 ermont. ti.;u ' I, John J McUobfrt, ca.hler of alxive named nQ .arn nm (1.(1 not f(Iv ml,.,0 wBl Hank, do iolenmly wir that that thealxite who howl for political prohibition. There is the heaviest storm since 1MI5. i true lothe rict of my knoH't'dge audiotj,ov WLru doing, their conduct was, nev- JOM.N J .MvKOllKKlS C.nhier is a great difference between being for Tho democrat of Virginia nre deter-- 1 crtficlcss, exceedingly nnitghty, and Ik r. before me tint Ixcrihed temperance for temperance sake and for mined to carry tho IVtcisbmg Congress- - should never bo repeated. It is natural of Oct ,1888. andiuoni to IIRIt.HI X. I' loth dav W M I. and wise lor any one t avoid danger, prohibition with the prospect of the :....i .i:..:.. .m..i......i .....1 Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, Correct nnd when n youth, attacked in the dark loaves and fishes that shall come from Barbour thinks it can be done. iS C.lldlkKR, (' Duector ness, attempts to escape he displays no Ihutii the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over the ollices. W Welch The Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine lack of courage. Ami though one beset Boattyville Itnilrond Co., having en- in this way may escape bodily harm, ho and Foit tho lirst time since the das of tered into a contract witli the Ohio Val sustains greater injury by reason of the 2Ccj.ajiT Taney n democrat fills the exnlted posi- ley Improvement nnd Contract Co., tact that lus companions nave turned to REPORT OF THE CONDITION tion of chief justice of the IT. .S. Mel- which insures the hufldini! oi its road to humiliate him and render him nn object Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better the Three Forks of the Kentucky Uiver, of ridicule; wheiens the ailinity of youth ville W. Fuller, of Chicago, was sworn broke dirt in Jessamine county yester- - should have united them in uood fellow-da- THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTON VILLE, in Monday with impressive ceremonies, grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the The point chosen is nt the cioss- - ship, and their hopes nnd purposes serve w hich would have been more so, but for iiiK of the Hnrrodsburi' turnpike, on the as a bond of comfort nnd protection. So Al III'SIONVII.I.K, the hideous Mother Hubbard that cus- farm of J. (i. Xeal, between Yersallos do not wound the spirit of anyone, Iwys In the .Statof Krntiicky, nt ihp cl(c of buini'. trade. Oome and see our goods before making your selections. ." miles from the kit- - liut cultivate the ntlectious of each other tom compels the Supreme Court to wear ami .Mciioiasvinc Oct 4. 188S You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. ter place. and grow into useful manhood together. and which it is high time should bo dis KKSOUKCKS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. carded. A Entertainment. 3D. 100,61,4 " (.!. l.oant and diiioiinl A good audience greeted Bey. Dr. K. O. Uuerrant has doclin- - Field Minstrels at the operathe Al. last Otirdraflt, kcctirrd and unsecured 06 44 twenty-pag- e Owensboro Tin: Imiuiier's house MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. circulation llond. to i,Soo 00 night. Tho entertainment was one of L' S.from approved resfrvp agrnt isue, celebrating the first anniver- ed the call to Richmond; salary $1,500. Due 10,441 6j the best i'xer given in this city, tho mill- Due Klder J. (J. Livingston has just clo-sary of its daily, is a specimen of enter lroinoher National llault 15.94'' "7 part being The ed a 12 days' meeting at Soapcrs with 18' tary.Hretmill innin,l a decided hit. ftrkrul Kcul ettate. furniture and fiMiirei,., ., , pi ie of which any paper might bo proud. 500 00 miuilioaa ti'tia oil iiimrlllir j88 44 It is handnomely illustrated with cuts of additions. While other shows may hae boon dis- - Current cenc and taxca paid ... I'rcnmimi paid I 900 00 ,,,,.1... prominent men and things about town lho congregational meeting nt the tinguished by one or two special oilier cult ilonis ..,..,., 404 30 church Wednesday after-- 1 tures, none as a whole ever excelled that Cheikad lianl and chuck full of good reading mntter. 48600 last night. A bot-- ., llillt of oilier "'" !'v. A'. H. Field Messrs. Ford it Watkins, we congratu- noon decided to call Hev. Ben Helm to ....,.,, 5 an ji tersatislieil audience neor left the op- - .Specie tender i;al pastorate for his full tune nt rl,200 a urn lmm mnl thu c'onimnv scoied a lioto late you. j" 00 U S 'I cidetl hit for ecliising nil former efforts Ktdemption fund with An Indiana belle has bet n young man $6t 50 ' per rent, of circulatioiu,,, The Iniisvillo Southern Confeience made by it. Tho costumes are new anil her hand in marriage against n seal skin 'l H the old stcreotyH;d foil- has 1!K preachers and :t!l,:t20 members, a $I5J4"! "J cloak thnt Harrison will be elected. She tures of a minstiei eiitoita iimont have otal Kaliiln membeiship in the last year of lHel nb.lll(ollw, for IMSW ,llul llove, uf. 1.1 11 j:s. 1.1 a may get tho cloak nnd n husband, both The avciage pay of the preachers fectK Chailoston, W. Va., Daily Star, Capital Mock paid III , of which she seems to bo nfter, but it f joikx 00 October I. is about $A')0. 7 000 00 wont be because he will have to pay Will bo in Stanford night, Surplui fund I.ev. II. F. Taylor's meeting closed 3984 30 Cllditidcd profit Kith. simply because ho wnnts to. them, to 750 00 National Hank note ouMtundintr ut Buckeye Baptist chinch with '2" addi76,150 90 A nun that refuses to look at a circus Individual deposit! subject to chock ' 2,184 Tin: New York Star is now edited by tions. Tli is wits the third meeting held Hue to oilier National Hanks 47 there by him in two years, thetotnl num- prnccxinu would actually want a fairer Noll's ami bills re. discounted thu sheriff. At least ho has taken chaigo 3,31a Jj plan than (ranter's magic chicken ch ole- of tho olice. That ollicer seems to have ber of converts at tho meetings being la cuio is sold on, which is "no cure no 'I otal $153.19 30 , pay." Sold by McBobertrt it Stngg. 2t taken a big hand in tho newspaper world 20. The Southern Methodist Confeicnie STATi: OK KENTUCKY, of late, though ns a writer ho has never ' ) County uf Lincoln, Bringing Gladness in session at Lebanon, with the usual attained much of n reputation. I J W. Iliicker, cashier of the above naii)ed To million, pleasing their palates and conservatism anil wisdom of tho Church, Hank do solemnly wc.ir that the ubotH itatemeut Tin: originator of Volnpuk, the univer- passed lcsohitions pledging itself to tem- cleansing their systems, arousing their Liv- Is true to the t of my knowlrdgu and belief J W. KOCKHK, Cashier. sal language, is dead, ( Sod rest his soul. perance and prohibition ns u moral is- ers, KIdnoys, Stomachs, and Bowels to a Will keep constaritly on hand a large and select line of Furniture-bufora mil lllls lOlh day S'lllxcnbi'd heathy activity. Such is tho mission of ofOct. 1888 and sworn In iT Airl TlMlASMiA ivam'm fl. Sl 1'K.VCOCK, N. 1'. - C. O. Many of those who huvo racked their sue. Tho Southern Methodist Chinch jr put; wuuciuuivi viuuuo. wiu oe as low as such goods. Correct tittcst n believed in mixing poHtira and tho famous California liquid fruit rornody, biains trying to (earn thoMmjiosHlblo has never can oe oougnt m tne cities. Give me a trial and you will CO Kuwo. Auokn, ) will probably .wish ho had gono religion, whatever may bo said of the Syrup of Figs. T. J. Koiunmin, y Directors vmceu limb x sen tower nan tVia Innraot mw unvilli. II IIrown, J Forf-alby A. U. IVnny, Stanford. Noi thorn Branch. hence long befoie ho did. SFM -- n ... WEEKLY t f - I (.Soy. McCnevnv was accorded n grand I After holding 18 duy,tho meeting at the Christian church closed Wodnemlay tiluUt. thu visible icmilts being 51 nddl tions to tho inoiuborHhip, beside a gen- oral Jevival of 'religion among the other member. Hew lioorgo Darsio has, ( borCd lovingly nnd earnestly nnd his efforts here weie. blessed most abundant ly. He is one, of the best preachers in his church and knows, what so few tain istcisseem to know, when ho is tlirotmh his sermon and stops. To Cliristiau and sinner he has nliko endeared himself, and his coming will always bo gladly re ceived here. During the meeting spine $MX)of the SI, 000 needed for improve ments were raied, in addition to a liber al contribution for tho preacher. la-- NEW AIiVEllTISKMENTS. OVERCOATS chillas. 4 I I I I . I 1 - 67-t- iron Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and ChinMedium and Heavy Weights. 4-- In Light and Dark Colors and in Light Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Conic Early nnd get Choice of T 4 1 fji-!9- .) tlrst-clas- ln-e- rt Vice-Preside- nt and , he-sho- BRUCE &MeR0BERTS. ' I Penn-sylvnni- n T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STREET V g MAIN it. .... STAirroRD, TzznxTUCxrz: y 11 -- 1 sl,,-t'- ,.-- x--r Prices Always Reasonable and Goods First- -' Class. t 4 t -- I.ouis-villeisn- I IKI . C.-.- I. court-hoiih- o editor-in-chi- ef .... GOOB EMPTY BARRELS FOR SALE. :...,.. 1 v, Mate-nie- - BUGGIES, CARRIAGES r-- i. :.... C utti-it- : y. First-Cla- I GXO. WEARIN, MAN'G'R, M - 1 , tie-yea- r, I 1 ME W FURNITURE STORE MAOT HUFFMAN, PROP,, ! I ds 111 -,-- - iBsflBsPwHIEQOfl 1 lt-- I S M jar-yo- .. .tt 1 . "" V ,'. ". 4 Semi-Week- ly OWSLEY -l- Interior Journal! " 4Si:r. the lhiht running Xew Iloineiit . 15 ! B.C.WALTON, BUKMananor1 J Thahe pour old machine for running Xew Home. li light bTANTOliu KY , Ocronuu 12, 1888 " NOW OPEN, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Wl0 Timmwilibo Opera jiii impromptu hop ut t. , IIouo 3ST3D- r i-- CRAIG To the Fall and Winter Trade of Lin coln & Surrounding Countie s: We d not hesitate to say that we have the ! We Have Opened our Stock of Haiku inu in Jeans, tlmitiuls, boot- -, MEANS BUSINESS. shoes, underwear, &:, at Severance it Waiuikh mid Jewell y repaired nml Son's. " ' warranted. A. It. Pennv. It ....,. the interest everv purchaser t J m: best place to buv drugs, patent ,,UW 0(,,1h ,,,) M'n,, t,,e ll,rV '"'vertise-Penny'medicines nml toilet articles is at A. It. '"flit of Owsley it Craig in this paper. lluv your school books, ink, tablets. high clock showing Ax , pencils and school supplies of nil y paiH-r' h phases and days of week; a good Which We Cordially invite kinds fiom A. It. iVmiy. .the nubile to call and F.vamiti Vfor sale, Apply at tlilw of- 1 guarantee all watelu-nnd every ar-- ! thing is new, tiele of Jewelry I Hell to bo Just as lepre- - lieu. somen, a. Ji. I'enny. Am. person in the adjoining towns and counties should take time to read PER80NAL POINTS. the new advertisement (if OuhImv Mns. i). II. McKoiikiits ban gone on a Cniig in this issue. And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior memvisit io j.iueiry. Mits. W. K. McKi.vsnv has received ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with Mr. Ki Ci.wxKs has returned from a through Cashier J. J. McKoberts JfloO, visit to Frankfort. Mi:. J. K. CnooKi:, of the l.ily Coal Co., amount of policy held by her husband discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and i wan down Wednesday. in the ivpiitabie i.:fe Assurance Co., of those who pay promptly at the end of each six months is especially ." s. time-keepe- r, HOT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS A-- i Largest and Best Selected Stock -- OF- Mil. and Miw. M. I). Ki.MoitKbaveleen in Cineinnati nil thin week. Miss Maitik Wn.i.iAMH.of Mt. Vernon, is visiting "Sin. W. J. Sparks. Ma. ami Mrs. J. T. Chami are vlHititiir Mrs. It. V. Lilian! at I'banon. Mrs. Lot' Shanks Iiqh gone on a .short vinit to her mother at JriMiE V. L. UnowN, of 1jiidon, was down this week on legal business Mil .1. P. Joxi-m- , of U'xiimton. is as- siMing in the store of S. I.. Powers A L EVER SHOWN- - IN STANFORD, KY. Alltl if VOU Will ' g'l0 Us a call Ol WO Will easily COUVIUce yotl this iat't. DRESS GOODS. Wo ha vi the iuoN all rradi horo. larot i i sock ano1.1no 1 nuoni mvios oi . 1 jj ros 1 oon-M- in antiI..no very - of BroadCloths, . i ..... mat were latest ooior.s .i . . i Henriettas, Ajc, in oer snown i . . Dress Trimmings And Fancy (.Joods. ' r CLOAKS! In .1.! . Wo tlefy competition in (pumtity, piality and prices. CLOAKS! I "-'" i I f lino ..... ...... it. .1 li.i beat; .l..lir .mi. ...ill find il'li.if we they want, and as .... bny direct from the manufacturers, ; .... v.ii .. miiiiii nil ... lw.... .llll I'llll .iill ll' I...II '" lll'lfl. lllllllllll I" I" HVillV CIIIIIIIVU l.l pI'V J ' in and -- co our line and il we should luippon not to liao t. i ue s ie or what you exactly want, we can yet it for y vou on a ery inlet iwitiiMi iii. fil-f- i GOODS. Newport. will have the largest crowd that has Mh. W. I,. WmiKiis has gone to Clin- gathered in Walton's Opera House in ton county to buy wheat for fieorge I). We Invite Attention to our Complete and Carefully Selected many a da v. If you want to be "lire of W'caien, agent. a seat secure oue at once for the show to--, Stock of Mil. W. II. Him.ivs, who has been morrow night down a week or two with malarial fever, went for prohibition bv 400 ma is able to be out again ielurnediirity' JJome preuiiiets voteil solidly fo Mn. wiiMim. J. C. Il.us , wiinu ai .Miiiciieimrg from Kurekn SnriiiM. Ark.. vi.sti.r.l..v. tlieovstilt was u') t0 " Wl ,,:i'1 1,, information Mon-- 1 Mr. Hays seems much improved. CuATh, Mn. J. I.. Amimison orders bis paper ''"J", but in waiting for its confirmation changed to Pleasant View-- , Whitleveuun- - foiKit to give it. ty, to which plai-- he has removed. Tin: K. C. advertises a rate of $.7o Mn. M. F. Hn.Kr is back from a visit to Cincinnati and leturn on the lfth, in-- 1 ( f !...,. lit 1...I: !..!.!.. .. me exnosiiiou. " " iviid, ..iniii. II.. " lilu IrilL-- " .iiiiHo ..,!;.. Ml.... ii iiiimnm iuiiiiissioii in ..... ,... .: ...... '.; 111 .i1iitl,,i,..Kn,.iii .. . minm Minii-- 1 .i........ yjtxi .mi .i... .,.,. i lie excursion i.h. un.ti.1 5. ................ uii uiu uiii. i"ii" ' call. Ij tnr tlw. I...11..II1 V. tlw. l......f. .f ...V itl'IILll.V IIIVIIILl' ...V ...V... I I I M . I VyA.MrilM.l.lllllVCII HIM'K II f JIII I. .III. 1. .1. ft rial church, ( hvingsville. Castle Springs yesterday, looking all the better for heay work during a pio-perTin: opening of Courts & Cox yesterous season. day was largely attended and their hand-- ' Mis ItirrriK C. Ikmx has been ap some line of full and winter millinery pointed for.Ie Hereon coun- was gieatly admired. Tluw who could! ty of the .State Music Teachers' Associat- not attend yesterday are cordially in vited ion.lmisville Times. w. and to call m Miw. John A. II i.ih:wv, of LouisTo tiii:Ta.-Pyku- . Six per cent, is ville, who is visiting her ki rents, Mr. added by law on all taxes not paid by and Mrs. John Ituuhauan, wnsdowu witli November 1st. County Court day in Comprising Extensive lines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' Miss .Jean Ibichanan pesterday. November will be too late. I have no j...,i- - i m ii. i.:., "...., Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoe3, Rubbers, Knixlwm, A.thur.Mis. ii.j. Mdioi discretion in the matter. The Auditor Overshoes, Etc. Men's Rubber's at 25c, Ladies' do. 25, Misses' 25. (1 per ens and Mis-e- s KmmaMcKeanand Doi- - charges me with the additional cent. T. I). New land, S. L. C. lie Williams went to vester- - Sikmkino. A little red hog 'was run over and killed by the passenger train here Wednesday. Hut the rads and the nigs needn't tune up and cry. It wasn't the one from count v. Hv the turning of a rail the engine of the mixed train on theK.C. was thrown from t,ie trillk l,t ''flint Lick Monday night, causing a long delay in it arrival .anil a detention of the fast train until Co. Mil. A. It. Pkxsy is making a visit of midnight. business and pleasure to Cincinnati and A i. Fiixnaud his Operatio Minstrels south-bound J desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, SEVERANCE & SON. SEASONABLE STYLES IN FALL AND WINTER Cky ;;MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Slilrtg, Collars. Neckwear, &c. e u ..i All the Approved Styles from 50c to The Largest Stock of -1 TRUNKS & VALISES IR,., In this Section of the Country. to-da- y o m F'OOTWE-A- . can anyone can Qualities Cincinnati in-- Carpets & Window Shades We lime a ory largo -- tock of t)io-.- goods. In Carpet we can suit you in price- -, Iroin Lie up to any price you, want. In Window Shades, we have them at the very bottom prices and in all styles and colors. o is l. v! X Hosiery, Underwear and Gloves, For both so,xos and in all sizes and priee- this stock will please you. A look ..Ml oy uiu rir.i.n s .uniMrcis win arrive I.. .1. ' o'clock train and w ill parade Columbia, writes that he ilnds the pros- as soon thereafter as they can get ready, No one Wo sell you RESPECTABLE pect, both there and elsewhere, for the They make a sjilendid display witli their our if you willing find election of Hen. Wolfonl very encourag- Clmllenge band of persons nnd the) in NEARLY Good. ing. company in unifoim. Don't miss it nor Mils. Wm. Wixmi and Misses .Maud t.,ep,rfor,nto:morrow1nigllt. and Maggie, w ho have been living here Ik you don't find what you want in for several years ami made many friends this issue vou are hard to pleane, Viewed from any standpoint. Nothing better can be liad. No you know left Wednesday morning for Pennsylwe would rie to remark. There is some- - u and the flood, for we have told jou the Tkuth without murepre-thin- g vania, their former home, we arc sorry for all elates, from the boys and seu'atiou to pay, woman.anu " " " W. K. V itxox. Km... Clerk of the Pii ' irlrt tf tl,e vate Lands Committee, Washington, is j the jHilitieian and the voter will llnd at home to nee "Sallio niiit the ,a,y." much to ic.id and reflect upon. Our, lie says theie is a feeling of conlldeiiee friends, the advei timers, getin their work, at the Capital Cit that Cleveland will ' too, and their contributions will likewise prove interesting ami prolitable. be elected. - lav Dit. (S. A. Tim MM!, who is visiting in ...!. . THE PRICES ARE LOW doubt ! as Coods Cheaper. prices to meet THESE GOODS ARE BARGAINS. all-iire- d Tire ITS, PBOVE US, TTOTTIiL BE GLAD. Respectfully, I through Wb W-i- line of CilassaiuKJueensware just vid Idol drew a pistol and attempted, to beaten in beauty of .styles, receivt'd at A. A. Warren's Model (Jro shoot Conductor Kelley on the CincinIn th'm line we can not be nati Southern. A warrant was sworn cerv. Of Lancaster, Ey., have opened in the house formerly occupied by quality and quantity of goods. out against him, and this week lie was Bakery, Restaurant and Mas. Xiki.i will speak on prohibition brought here by Marshal Hughes, of Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s . . 1 i at the Christian church Sunday after-- ' Somerset, and turned over to Marshal oaiuornia rruu, store, mi iney wm Keep constantly on nanaevery-Carpcntc- r, noon. but he has neither given bail, thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls,.Pies, Cakes and the Best of A oi,i rain fell all of yesterday, but had his trial ilxed or been incarcerated Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. loose way of to Misses' and Children's Shoos, we have the tiie signal service promises to give us yet, which seems Mr. bo alias swoiu out In 1tdios', Idol doing business. - chw wenthcrjo., a cross warrant against the conductor, largest stock wo have ever had, both iti Custom and East- ' erirmakos. Tn our Hoot stock we have everything that is STixmim is badly in need of a tinner. charging him with robbery. R. ZIMMER, Respectfully, present There is more work than tl Wholesale and Retail. MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL linn can half attend to, desirable, aim ai very iow . Miss Condio Walker, of lliclimond, Do not fail to visit Sevenuieu it Son's new store when you come to court Mon- is to be mariied to Mr. Keonaid Coltou I latum on the 17th. day. K very thing new. Hitler (ieorge S. Sweeney, a biother A MMiiKiiof our doctors will have to of Klder Joe, married a rich widow namanswer indictments for a too liberal dis-- j ed Oaks in California. -- Xews. pensation of whisky prescriptions. Mr. James Milburu and Miss Sallie department is very full of the best standard brands at Look out for new millinery. J will Walter were united in unrriago by Dr. This Morris Kvans at tho residence of Mr. exceedingly low prices. have my fall and winter opening Friday Richard Walter yesterday afternoon at OK Call and see : laud Saturday, Oct o'clock. Only the immediate family my elegant line befoie buying, then you and relatives were, present, and after the will never leave until you buy. Mrs. ceiemony the newly wedded pair drove Kato Dudderar. over to the groom's mother's in Danville 9 All orders from a distance, either by mail or otherwise, lino. Hm.i.ou says the leaders of the wheie a iccoption was given them. Mr. tho Stanford will receive our prompt attention and will be carefully filled. prohibitionists in this county are. not re- Milburu is head miller at highly nn aeit-i.ei stands I'louiing Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchpublicans, as we charged. He himself, Please give us a call when here and wo will convince you he avers, never voted for a republican and a gentleman, while Miss Walter maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness or president, but ho doesn't say how of- is not only handsome, but a most esti- and dispat3b,-full- y that what wo say is perfectly true. irsured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho We Very respectfully, . OWSLEY & CRAIG. ten he has cast his lot with tho republi- mable lady. couple.extend best wishes to eye- the woithy cans in local races. Xi:w j Pants Patterns and simeres. Cas- - Tin: Democintic County Committee1 seems to have forgotten that an election Ni:w Candies at the Model (inrterv. is approaching. It lias absolutely iione-.1,1.1 .1H .....I...... .!" nil, 1.i. .. .1 itiv . ;imi ... 1.1... I. iu rwuuii mil in- !.... liuililiif; Fiiksii oysters at S. S. Myers'. that the committee appointed bv the Ki:.i Owsley & Craig's "ad." and Club is doing good work. Ik'ginning J profit by it. next week it will have such speakers as Judge Dm ham, Judge llreckinridge and Ni:w lot of overcoats just received at others, besides our own local talent, to S. II. Shanks'. address the people in every precinct. Vor can get alight running New Home Let every democrat be up and doing. on easy payments at It. K. Wearen's. the latter part of August DaCITY AND VICINITY. i . to-da' CALDWELL&LANIER NEW I NEW! NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. - Mo mm 2SIMME " 9 Boots and Shoes. price. i 1 , j FRESH UYSTERSmEVJUKY STYlxU Jeans, Yarns, Cotton PLEASE OBSBBYB Cloths, &c. M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- A FUIL1L iSiIlCTMQIDOT Order Department. ' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Mills-am- n 11 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal WATTbrtSON Ho AT HIS DEST. , of tho United States, with "Washington lis. President and Hamilton as . ... 13 , I. NO .wv...v DEM3C3ATIC TICKET. lroasur', ofiereU to in.' s. ...... n.. Wlr !, WIWIU .1... I UIIU nr,u l iUtllU I stltuto free 01 ino lotweeii England und the UIU .UUll trado cratle Club. Tho following rciort of his nd- - i united Btnics, and tno offer was rejected by FREE dress Is taken from tho Now York ll'oW. ! England. fApplause.J At Ihoverymo-It says; Mr. Wutterson started ut onco ment when Mr, Clay gave tho term 'Anion ' Of New Ynrt. plump into tho subject nf his speech, and In j lean' to tho systomof protection proposed tnrco minutes was talking tariff In his In- by Mm, tho English tariff was higher ' For Vici President, teresting fashion und was hurling epigram our tariff, and England was a greater thanproand uritlcisiu In A rattling, telling lire. Ho tectionlst country than tho United States. f ' drow no end of nppluuse and was nt onco on Even Mr. Clay contended first for but or own the best of terms with his hearers by his thrco and afterwards for hut ntno years, as colloquial way of treating his subject, and quito enough to establish our Infant inTor (,01 jfr7 not u word was lost by any one of tho thou dustries, for whoso excluslvo benefit ho. sands present, nosnius contended. Up to this present Ronublleun "r ts axi. ku.ow.Citi- - ' platform nobody was over heard contending OfMH'lltnn I jskxsj Next after lx'lng taxed to death, tho for protection for protection's sake except I fim au 1. on. most distressful and litifrorIB thing which to establish Infants uow llfty, sixty and a st farmer and. U'eotb, wwi uui.iii .. (vuiiiu n iu uv iiiiul-- iu ui.uii, vcarsorage. fApplnuso. nunurcri Laughter. I want to seo where this War Yet this jjeems to bo just j "It notuntll tho Republicans this venr , Th Plntlbrin. , , i Tex Protection is a bcuout to ras. 4 J about what is to happen to you, und if you wore reduced to their pieseut strait that !.eunl The Democratic party ot the United States, wore not the most umlnldo pud the dost fern they pretended, that they T Boll, tho' cheapest Tnnrkot: lu th in National Convention assembled, renews'thej during people on tho faecof the glorkvit ' protection as a principle dared to i!propose dearest ono I, buy. Tho oilllocatrs's Instead of policy, pledge of tho fidelity to Democratic faith, and might constitute n reason why you should And in doing so they went contrary to tho "protected," but, by thunder, how am It reaffirms tho pl.Uform adopted by Its represcnta- - bo tempted to dismiss both of the two great utterances of all their own statesmen and I alnt I On orery dollar I am paying fifty JWI, tires in tha convention ofI.,.. . and Indorses the parties contending for , , I . .I yolr favor mid get of their own plat forms, .this 0110 alono ox cents to Ylch folks growing richer at tha , f.1... ,.... I Iin 1.1. i . ij,c;iuiiu ms , ll'w uxjin-sscuj i i " uu nunuii, copteu. o"u "" last annual message to Congress a Uiocorroot I "uu" as jir nepuw Him- manufacturing Interests, the textiles rank And bTr.tnnit, jusi un interpretation of that ilatform upon the ques - But yet, gentlemen, parlies uro not into "Imracdiiitcly following this declaration In firaoi'a plain cipcnio. Urst und tho metals second. Now sco: The working hard and acatlnz All self, If ho only honestly will to do so. I'vs been tionof tariff reduction, and also Indorses tho I wearing nppurel to bo put. on and off favor of tho American nvstom of protector sure nnd perfect ovldeiice of tho value of tho products of only tho larger purl tho whllo ao folks who laugh, oi, twice:. They aro nitbcr llko tho tion, I llnd th's: efforts of our Democratic representatives In f at pleasure. tnith of this averment 0110 has only to of England's textile factories, cotton, wool Congress to secure a reduction of cxccsstvctax- - , crutches on which tho individual man. uu- can put on moro sirs and Gtyle. My " 'Its abaniloniucnt has always been fol. .' turn, says tho Chicago Xtut, to tho ed- und liueu alono, nmounts to (MX),(XX),00. , 11IIOII. able Under on r system of mtffrago to count lowed by general disaster to every interest oyoa at lost aro open slnco I've stadia ItAunipIoya In only thrco lines t,tJ,OiW itorials of anv Hritlih lournal. Take, for Chief among Its principles of party faith aro for much standing alone, must lean for supexcept those of the usurer and the sheriff.' np the facts. This instance, that In tiiojndon ryiiifiaff of artlians, maintenance of an Imllssoluble union of free port. And he shall llnd that, no the hinrfwlllpt tf (ill ntlii... ttftil tftnrt matter "Why, gcntloinen, it never has been abantho 1W tint.,'Which; fjJ, HKIaif Mil candid I tariff la tho fanner's biggest tax. It' and indestructible states now about to enter upon Its second cnturyot unexampled progress how oftcu he changes these crutches, ho doned nt all. Wo have had, as I said nwhilo a preiatniritt of;tlii jvincrtiint olltlcaJ )f Kngland flPJ7U1, andlhi 0rVjrtSfl,. tax on our booses, en an war ... . - .. shall not Increase hfs speed or mend his ago, high turiffit and low tariffs, war tariffs 1. ..I.....1 l ... si ml renown; deot!on ton plan of government, niiumiuti an ibis iiuian jnuili'., iiere is a 100,010, making a grand tdul 5f clothes and neodai d I I rcpulatcd by a written constitution strictly strength, becauso In our country, as a matand eaco tariff, nnd the country has had "'! toldr ci" specimen iMragraph in allusion to the Mills aiij'mntleg to J I.Hnr.'i'W-X)- , tools. Uocaoso wa x slLy x I thing-w- e tliisL call politics rarely good times nnd bad times under nil of them. tho. specifying etcry grantcd-powand expressly ter bill: "It Is a tariff whUh would tend to free iwrt of (5I I M,lM). "M peoplf.tlie entire sea it wo'to didn't represents a man's .realproference what Hut wo have never hud siuco tho beginning resirtrln j, to,tho,Slale Its immensity ami its connections, its allitho trudo of tho United Ktates from somo rtsld-wf pwfr; tho encouragement btenpayl nc it llko th really, actually ywt but is a kind of of tho (lovcrnmeiit any tariff that did not of tho disabilities under which It now ances and iulliiencet ore so great and if a jcalohi poplilar vigilance, directed to all second best, or, ns we say on tho Kentucky contain protcetlo.i and plenty of It. Thero fools. Bo tb parties1 Riablraa J labors, und to free the in'ople from somo varied that It conies In contact with every who have Seen chosen tor Ijrlcf terms to Laugh-tcr.- J a chance for it placo never was such a panic, thero uevcr was portion of tho needlessly heavy taxation to interest of domestic trado und lliiance and faaidtbsT' dstop It enact and execute the laus, and are He is lucky if ho gels a place. such ruin mid disaster as tho I Tor." 1 long which thoy(ar now subjected Hut it Is a all. its maritime relations. Nothing cguld charged with tho duty of prcscnlng peace, as I cms NOW AS TO TItK MILLS I1II.U ' proUxitknilst great panic of ISmI, though wo had the !MnoTHMiti Insuring equality and establishing justice. pfnota.Th Dsao. I Montn I ' istiu spirit astnfiR us tn.offect p'r5t3ction " rx'sfibly vie with It of England's Maila-dustri"I say this lu no discouraging mood or cap wonderful American tariff ut that time full I lUtaa hcusjve exemplar .. ' well The Democratic parly welcome an exacting IProepirttjl crate now do it and, I m4 I spirit, but l should lie less truthful ten years. tious I mako that in und comiDcrelurayslom Applaini fecrutJny.o.f the n.(lministratIonjr tho executive Another 'Mrugmpli TO ALL. j iDUSrt.I "Tho election will or tho wlitorlal says: I England's l.l.'bt.tXK) textile artisans lu I 8h6uld.bc7lcssVariaid ihanlalvays connection with tho suggestion that wo power? wlilch fotir years 00 was committed to ."hti B'gcth; t Ley cars turn Ukii the tu'rlft Iicontendedthatln;'UiQ Its troit M the election of Orover Clevelaml rJntend to be. It hare had good nnd bad times under all nuestlon. which, nut nlnlnlv. U the mira tbeso three lines wera mild lu HSVSJ a XV vote. I am a I'rcsWont-'o- f the United Slates, and It chal wins mu me country ttiing tariffs. tion Whether It I better for the country dM) which wo select for purines of con inst.tax od former, lenges the most searching Inquiry concerning like what It ought to have. fApplause.J "A tariff is not a univorsal tmtcut nostrum. that the taxation should be take off drink trn'"t with our own National compilations, helping tnUIonairea, Its fidelity and deotloii to the pledges wbtcb Yes, gentlemen, any thinglike whatit ought It Is no cure-al- l, bign or low. Ah a mutter or that raw materials for manufacture last miuiu in pwi tstvuii.iu) In wages for then Invited the suffrages of the people. Dur- to have in a revision of the revenue laws to p e I f. Thoy'ro of history, under all tariffs wo havo had should ba admitted free of duty tjpd the cost working up V.m.oxi.uo worth of cotton, ing a most critical period of our financial af- nnd thu reduction "Psptee. vottaz for of tho war taxes. good and bad times. Hut it Is demonstrated of some important urtlcIesJofgcKeral con-- ; woolen 'and lluep gopd. including JTVty fairs, resulting from otcrtaxatlon, the anomala ra I ' tlon". Bo ,WU ' cotwu good. ,3rvy,ooo woolen j sumption reduced " ous condition of our currency and n public debt f (Cheers. The Mills bill is not merely an that tho lowest of our modern tariffs, tho bn t for Walker tariff, ranging from ISItl to Mu the fncobf such expressions as these. Kods and IIO,(XX),OHO Hum gocsis Fla, unmatured, it lm, by the adoption of a disas- eminent protective measure, but It embraces concessions to what I bellevo tho marks that era In tho llfo of tho Nation ter, but greatly promoted tho prosperity of the so absolutely contradictory of Mr. Depew's Jute and other textiles aro not embraced unjust demands of certain class interests, when our development und advancement people. statements of English opinions on our sll-tii- In tho figures Thero were .'Ufi,snit,UU of as original propositions I never reached their highest It has icvcrcd tho Improvident and unwiso which r is it uot uskltig too much of us, Mr. these textiles ulono exported and ((VM.OIM,-:i.- J mark. Applause poltey of the Keimbllcan party touching 'the 1 would consent to. If it con worth of nil other commodities combined Applause This declaration is an insult to Depew, to assent to your not only wholly - tains any free trade ut all I haven't been the simplest Intelligence. inifcllc domain, ami has reclaimed from corporuiisupMirted but oxpicssly disproved dictum Tho home consumption of these homc-mud- e It contains but syndicates, ali-ations nnd and domestic, f able to Jind it, though I have gono oyer Its two proiMsllioiia. Each one of them is a that tho w hole Ilritish peop.o are u set of textiles was f kfcHM,0() worth zzaS niiKi rv.uiri.-hi inn propia near.) miu provisions foro and aft with n falsehood, un.l Iu tho United H:ate In the same year our is a mercy of consummate asses I . It V IKtljt, fu A". 1. HVM. hundred million of acres of valuable land to Laughter and upplouse.J Objections to it did not contain it third, becati30 Ood that it a own production of theo textiles innnuntisl that would be sacredly held us homesteads forourcltlcns. froui a o standpoint readily occur havo been a fulsehoiHl, too. Applause and to f4.n3IJ,h,J, aid J),0)l.rM was paid In THE WAQ5 QUESTION. Whllo curcfuliy guarding the interests of tho to me, Nut. Who'll t.'rnrk II? An i:-but what the Protectionists can iind laughter. wages to the operatives who produced them Knx payers and eoiifoiming strictly to tho prinWill somebody please tell Us, usks the Sonm ol llm ('Hil.fs .SftVi'lliig the Half, ol to be the matter with It I am wholly unablo And now, having unlimbercd itself aqd ciples of Justice and equity, It has paid out In England tho ipemUvca' wages Louisville Co rnW'itinn', what this means I 1'ny fur I.HlHir. 10 uenne. .upiausai 'l suspect that as a got Its springs well oiled, this platform Hero uro iO).iW;!.faM more for pensions and bounties to thosold ers umnuntcd to il'JI percent, of tho value of worth of foreign mer01 luct tt is not so int.ili tho bill it- - warms to Its uerk und denounces tho Mill and sailors of the Republic than was ever paid muter The sob' bais of the Republican claim the whole product, und n the United Htates tKiforo during an equal period. Hy Intel seu as ivimi uro inougui to 00 tno tenucn- - j bill us hostile to ull tho laboring, fanning chandise imported in ISS7, belonging to tho that high tariffs nmko high wages Is the to SO 21 sr cent honest urtlsan's ligcnt management and n judicious and econom' cicsof the bill, and vthut are charged to bo j and manufuclui in-- interest!, of tho coun category of which the tariff barons and fact that the wages an- - higher In this coun- share in the productThe his of skill mid lalmr their gospellers are so dreadfully afraid try thun in England. leal expenditure of tho public money tho niirnor.es nf tl.nso wln imuln It. nml try, and goes out or its way to was 2.MI per cent, larger In the factories of siurlo out that they added to their cost at jwrts of U recon- hns on set foot the ho stand Kick of it. In unsucr to uppre-- and denounce the clauses of the Against the nbsurd ibtluctlou from this England than in those of tln United .States I 'rll that r,,r,1C,!f0nM,,h.P,Amer'Ciinn,VV,pOUHn, hcislons of this kind, I might summon the put wool on tho free list. I know that you entry 47 10 or cent of tho said cost, before fact let the intelligent working men, says There worn t.imj.UM workers employe! in recurrence and In- - Script u res to ,,. aid, and say to the over- - aro uot till weigh these other In- the textile factories of that s..,r,.s M.rrrssf.,1 .siiv and jiertinjis you permitting tho "wugo earners" to buy and the New York nait hn ,inntn.i nn.i frightened aud manufact do not tuko a uirect x.vuniary iuterest in uso them. Very useful articles were those: contestable facts: tion out of aMUMUl of her wpulntlon. on u consistently pursued a firm and prudent foreign urer Hunicient 5mto tho day Is tho ovit this branch of tho subject. Hut th ro is 110 clothes and clothing for men and women, 1. Wages have always boon higher In this policy, preson lug peace with all nations whllo I wage fund of umtair,nn, uitd there were It will bo full timo to consider tho feature of tho measuro propos. oy the blankets, medicine, tncchunlral and farm- broad und free new country than lu the old, :M7,ir..i workers cmplovcd In the factories of crupulously maintaining all the rights and In thereof ing implements, und, lu a word, tho very oppressed und terests of our own gocrnment and jieople at crossing of tho liver when wo get to tt. Democratic Ways and Means Committee oeicrnwdcd countries of the United Htutes. out of a mmulatloii of tiome nnd abroad Laughter which will better bear discussion than this, classes of merUmudtsc which ieople are Europe They were twice us high hero as In M.um.imi vplc, ou u wage fund of tlLu)i .. I.,... I lu,f..w. .1... ....... I.. I.... .. , 7il The exclusion from our shores of Chinese labound to have at anv price. 'I hey added to .,k, nnd 1 propose to mako u test caso of it to the noiist TAiitrr wr. kveii hid, l lli'j ..iiiuiiii uviiiii- iiiv iv, oiiiijuii in borers lias been effectually secured under the the cost of those H"'VH-l."t,- l worth of mer"1 am going to try tuko it by way of Illustration. have always been relatively as much higher to put tho platThe Aniericiin factory provisions of a treaty tho operation of irhlch (Vi before they could go us they are uow, alike under no tariff, low a year und the Englishhand was paid WW forms of the two parties on the stand, and "'Wo denounce the Democratic party chandise fil l.iM,or.i has been postponed by the action of a Kcpubll-cafJUMVI. On the into use, making the cost that much higher turifTs nnd high tariffs let them say how they stand ujwn this policy in putting wool on tho frco list ' English ratio of wage to product, that mujority In the Senate. S The rule of wages in the same Indusgreat National issue. 1 ho tariff, as you all "That is what they say The whole princi- in first bunds on tins side that is, & lU,3Ia,-b- l Honest reform In the civil service has been American osrutUo should have hud fctUI.' 2.IV, instead of 4.VMta.SOCI. ple Is as sltup'.o and plain us two nnd two inaugurated and maintained by President Cleve- know, Is simply a tax levied by tho Governtries differs us much in different cities and Then the gospellers nnd barons tell us States of the Union as it does between this a year. j right land, and he has brought the public service to ment upou articles of foreign Importation mako four. There and wrong to it, The American artisan delivered 'his the highest standard of efficiency, not only by to wise money enough for Its own support. and the Republican scheme Is tho wrong that addition of ttl4.ti.rj in to the cot of country und England. Jl,aJ4 of product for his XS lii wage, rule and precept, but by the example of his We have had high tariffs and low tariffs; The present duty on woolen uoods-t- h.it a. Sir. Hlfiine, when Secretary of Htirte, is the stuff mukesit cheaper to the people who It, und nlso makes cheaper tho homo certllled to the fuct, established by statistics, ami tho English artisan turned over to him own untiring and unsclthh administration of wo havo hud peace tariffs and war tariffs. woolen goods which generally constitute tho buy public affairs. And that Is that "undoublrdlj tho inequalities in the only 7s:t for his SOYftt wage. Tho present tariff unites all tho bad features upiurui 01 1110 iKAir, uojui Hity-nincents. product of tho same classes. In cery brunch and department of tho Govthe Amenciiii employer got a net profit Why ofalltliL bad tariffs that have preceded It Tho Mills bill proposes to reduce that twenty what wo want explained by nuKcsui i.iikiisii nun American operatives nf 11 ivjl f.,H lo. ....,.... :. . ernment under Democratic control, the rights (applause) because is u pcaco it tariff on a cents and put it to tlilrty-uincents, but it is that iH,UOU,UO added to tho cost of the are more than equaled by the greater efll- and welfare of nil ihe people hae been guard--u makes tho reduction by putting wool on tho goods, except to make it dearer to tho con- ciency of the latter und their longer hours d to say, though and defend' il e cr public Interest has been warfootlng-that- is sumer, mid alo to keep up high prices on of labor" "'"" l,rw"U1'1 equivalent of tho uverage I iu times of peace, it augments aod jrv-- iisu protected, and the equality of all our citizens iow in s I1II31U const Itito wage wus (VI nr cent more val reason why tho sheep raiser will complain, American goods to the consumers! And 4. The wages in five-tradtiffore the law--, without regard to race or color, multiplies ull tho tariffs put upon tho counEngland are American Lhoy nWrpo1,1 U'U'u "" that the high as much higher than they nro in any pro- uable in, money than that of the English. try In time of war. lias been steadfastly maintained. Applauso.l Those butwh.it tho woolen manufacturer can llnd ?'L Then-foreC heatier. What tectionist country lu Euro(o ns wages here to put the Americun otoraUvi Upon Its record thus exhibited, and upon tho burdens were confessedly u great imposi to bo tho matter with it I urn unable to see. """ T5,"1 ,"1,,sc" ",K sure. Rise up, are higher than iu England Sir Crawford, on an cquul footing of wages as measured it, then, to pledge of n continuance to the people of the tion vpou the people. They were made Hecauso it Increases tho present dutv from a somebody, und solve the- riddle: How does our correspondent lately in that country, in product with the English, the American benellts of good go eminent, the National De. so!civ in response to tho public exigency thirty-livcents to forty on tho made-utnocracy Iniokcs fi renewal of popular trust by Those who them declared that thev nrtlclo end gives tho manufacturer free tho increase of tho cost of things 47.10 per sujs that "the dregs of the lalior markets of should have been paid I'.'l jier cent, more the of a Chief MagUtrato who has should not outlast that exigency. Yet hen?, wool I Awaj back iu lsid, when woolen cent, make them choaor to buyers, or Euni 11ml their wuy to England." They thuu the English wugo of taw. or IIEIU.I hrcn faithful, able and prudent They Inioke. twenty-thrc- o years after the war, the only manufactui eis were llrst iu convention, J cheapen other urllcles of exactly tho same go because wage nre higher then. Krom per year, Instead of c.sw, or HO r cent, In addition to that trust, the transfer to tho revision they havo bad and had, mind you, find that their secretary, Mr. John L. class! protected (iennauy and Russia the tinder-pai- d moro. At a rise: of only nu per cent, his emDemocracy of the entire legislative power. per cent, of what was ut tho hands of tho Republicans not only Hays, sent a petition to Congress suying: Hut Tliry Aro Not So i;nslly t'rlglitxnril. Tlio llepubllean party, controlling tho Senate artisans lloek to England as English-- ' ployer snuggles honestly duo him ou tho English wage rate failed to decrease them, but it actually in- 'wool munufuctuiers would prefer a "total and resisting In both houses of Congress n reAsecimcii of the unfair way in which men come here. Ti. Wherever labor formation of unjust nnd unequal tax laws creased them, so that they are abolition of tho protective tariff dutv on tho the Republican managers are trying to organizations pievuil to pav exactlx us much for the amount of -vhlch hae outlasted iho necessities of war greater than they were at tho moment raw material' hero or lulsu- Is scarce wages aro high his product ns Ihe pauper urtlsuu"of at that timo they hud frighten American workmen by thu e A rise of :l per cent, to American nnd arc now undermining the abundance of a when called into being in rcspouso to a tho actual not protection of twenty-fivWherever lalmr il unorganized or lalior is bugaboo is furnished just now, says long jicace deny to the people equality before military necessity. cents and an additional ten cents Ititernal tho New York Timtn, in the neighboring plentiful wages ure low. The tariff Is jww-- 1 labor over the English wage gives his emthe law and the fairness nnd the Justice which !tl per revenue tax on ibo made-uhk tniKs roil rue iicitm.ican article. State of New Jersey. The cut iu prices of crless to prevent thoso inequalities, nor do ployer so it nt of bis extra product for urc I heir right Thus the cry of American far us luUir goes in the creaWould it havo bceu better for buyers the the low wages In one place pull down the nothing, r "And this brlug mo to that fantnstlc ebulconsequent on the efforts of for a better share of the rewards of Industry tion of its ciist mu value. lition aud misinformation, that curious re- ten cents over tho actual tax of tblrty-IlvIs stifled with false pretenses, enterprise Is fetmanufacturers to form a pijcr ool has re high wages iu unother. While tho product of an American factory d. Tho real competition with Aniericiin tered and bound down to home markets, capi- ceptacle of dry bones und dead lan- cents, or should It give tho raw material MUlted in closing up u number of small tal Is disturlted with doubt, und urojual, unjust guages luughterj, that antiquated comic jii-- maii-uu-: r .lly mu .111119 0111 COUICS III factories, mid the Republicans aro uttrlbu comes fioin Immigration. hand is rtl jcr cent greater In value than thut of the English, tho latter Is :i7 nor vnt laws ran neither bo properly amended nor re- almauuo and lust chapter in the gospel of and projiojes to give mo freo wool and forty ting this to the preliminary effect of the Labor Is on tho freo list. ' lower, tho differences being thoso lust ween pealed. e Htill this is called a Mammon, the National Republican plat- cents Mills bill, even before II has become a law. The Democratic parly will continue, with all form. discount uud premium. tH to ptotccuM measure, and our Republican friend Thu imaginary spectacle of hordes of u Cheers and laughter. tin: rooit PAitTV. the power conllded to It, to struggle to reform ' the uuulogy, If SiVS, the American tvage, bo pauper block cutters. couiietiiig with ''Gentlemen, 1 havo had in my timo a lit- says it will ruiu his business. I wonder these laws In accordance with the pledges of Its j a fair return to labor forfl.ri.'l worth of texwhy, with forty cents protection una all tho freo American labor, is held up to the platform-inukiiiluugh- last platform Indorsed at tho ballot-boby tho tle cxiHjrience m tiles, then the English ocmtKo roronly ti.pl !lm1 I tfift .if ,.1, 1, !.. n freo wool ho wants, ho calls that free . trade! uud they ure urged to vote the of the people ., T ....... .1.... ...1.... .. I7s.l of product should bo (hiIiI 117 er cent, uuu "u"uvl ""'" I"" .....,.! l ,1 protection Republican ticket us their only hone of salAll thes liiilustr ous fncmen of our land, an be accused or being too honest and of seeing less than the Americun, or tHW.si. Hut ho Laughter. Ho must vation Immense majority. Including every tiller of the .too far ahead for the uses of this world ;ni'uro-thoeai't- hJ As u matter of fuct, as thu RepubIs paid Sifi HI. What nu extravagant rascal oil, gain no advantage from excessive tax laws; laughter, but if I were a Republican nnd lmvo uothm"' but tho c'ar''- - T'" trouble Is lican leuders very well know, the Mills bill John Hull is, to be sure, lu thin iM.tltig his a xhot 'vpIo inanufacturcr feels It very proposes no reduction in the duties on wallhut the price of nearly otory thing they buy I hud constructed this platform of my friend wretched "pauper urtlsnns" CM so por head H that ho bus less to complain of. Ho bus Increased by tfcq favoritism of an unequal McKlnluv. I would not bolmro I paper. more than the sharp Americans pay the system of tax legislation. All unnecessary Tho tariff is left where the llepubllean would not bo living to toll tho talo us b?e'1 n,m, tl10 frieml aad '" Bl)0'It darling 4.it-.... fa I.. Invntlnn Id unjust, tnhntlr.n "Indepeiuk ut r 11 t laAiiuiui, of this glorious .iitiM rt'liug Congress llxed it years ago, at twenty-livLaughter. - It Is tho most astonish, , .., " ., , nnilt in Iho nrti of nem.mi-i- u ....... ,w .. ..irrelevant urul tedious jocosity land of freedom, sir," for exactly tho same u sumk s.uvsuvj tin. li itH'K . ..w ,,l.b Id Ull. JJ UN uiiu iiKt It UUi. jwr cent ad valorem, which affords all tho Mich taxation P'ece of the cost of the necessaries product value from his hand and skill. Tho Republican party is u wolf lu sheep's "protection" which the manufacturers laughter, tho moat curious whimsical f life should be unjustly Increased to all our1 Men nnd brethren, seeing what nn ocean clothing. It is the friend of corporations havo usked for. Those constunt misrepreJudged by Democratic principles, tho ing back Into tho dark ages in quest of and combinations. It Is tho foe of tho great sentations of tho intent und pur(osunf of humbug und b.iso trickery has i emp-- j thepeop'caro betrayed when by thing and not lludlng it laughter yet Hod Into the economic systems under which legislation on the part of Republictaxation trusts and conditions ure duced iu the parly annals of tho country, body of the wopie. Hy this bombast spread Why docs tho Republican party allow it- allour Interests are sniggering, let us do-- j iicruiuivii aim lusirrcu wnicn win uuuuiy fn Dr. Hurchard's famous oration to Hrother out on this platform it makes tho voryiiamo ans, from Mr. Harrison, their nominal leadvoutly hope that there Is but a small of freo trado conservallve, though nobody er, down to tlio ward iiotitlcians, will fail self to lo led llko this any longerl l'iuh rich the few that combine to rob our citizens by ' jilne alOue execnto' I. Laughter. ,", Is talking o' it excej t themselvec. In tho of their object. Tho American working-maleprivin? them or the benefit of natural compe- of lies and h. MH'risy uud cant loft to :. tu ptiusint uus platform I constantly candiduto for tho President it offends labor t'on. Uu-r- Democratic rule of governmental Freii Tnulo ns u "Tlinory," j be devoted toother purposes among us. reads and ho bus intelligence enough aik myself how It Is possible that any man by his Chinese record and Insults every ..euon is violated when, through unnecessary Many who ure forced to admit that Hut wo can't refrain from adding that, to realize the difference between u modi lied could havo been so funny nnd so blind body Taxation, a xast sum, far beyond the need of foreign birth by his record on tariff which cheapens the articles necessary free trade is "right In theory" aro unwilling If, in this Nation, our systems woro rcor- til laughter, because as a rule humor is an ctonomital administration. is und in its to his com foil, uud free trade, which would to acknowledge that it would bo right iu ganizeu to secure readily accessible results lrawn from the people and the channels seusiblc of tho queer side. It Is funny in Its nomiuco practice. This ,1s u common form of the, from the cheapest und largest supply of of trade and accumulated as a demoializtng errors, funny lu ita blunders, funny In its liked not for tho it has taken u man who Is bring him into actual coniw itlon with for?. IumI ft ili t (', irnt iwtt enemies ho lias mado but eign labor. New Jersey will never bo captn,i iu Mi'iumuii .it .Inliailni, ilium iuiaw;i nil, 1... u. .... uviujiuu ! f.la Sunt nul.,1 nnu IOXI tIII III! the surplus In the national treasury. The money very falsehoods. A clever rascal set to confor tho money ho can raise. holds its victims fnsj'lrt numerous enscs universe; now orover, the" main differences now'lylng Idle in the federil tteasury 'resultlnR ured by suchu swindling method as this. st met such a platform would nt least havo from supe.tluous taxation, amounts to IrOXX-IKO- , uvo'ded after their Intelligence bus convinced tliom would bo this: Wo would havo il,ikk),(iO "Havo no fear for tho outcome of this the anachronism of framing un and the Mirplus collected Is caching the Our Ciiiiiinercliil Rival. campaign. I have none. I do not think tho that they aro iu the wrong. , mechanics und artisans actively employed against tho Administration of sum of more than ft,ou),ouci annua'Iy. De- people of this Nation aro going to chango an The outcry of the Republican leuders that To ull such the Chicago HimUl would say more than now: we would have i!,ou,(0i I iiauclieo by ihls immenso temntatlon. tho Urovcr Cleveland cheers I, of framing an honest Administration in this season of the Democratic party is playing into the that trade unrestricted by the laborer's comietIng with the farmer enuctmenU ' remedy of the Kepubllcan party Is to meet and I indictment aguinst tho Democratio Admln- prosperity on tho word of uny such set of i hands of hnghiml frightens no one. Every of Congresses, Parliaments and Lcglslut- - ( atleld and he ping him to overproduce cxhaust it by extravagant nxatlon. nio Demo- - istratlon, every count of which is an men us thoso behind this strange thing of sensible uud intelligent muu lu the Republic ures Is no moro u theory than frco speech. , every thing, t ml wo would havo ll.0OO.lkk) cratle remedy Is to enfoue frugality In public , urralguinent of antecedent Itepublicau u rreo press ami a rreo government nro moro artisans and mechanics consuming expenditures, and unnecessary , policies. abolish Cheers. Hut that Is what this worus Known us tho Republican nlutform. knows theisstatement Is fulse uud malicious. ;i,00() miles uwuy. Thero is un theories. Unrestricted commerce is natural farm products ut homo. taxation. Our nlatfni-iestablished domestic ilots from flrt. in lust nml lu.fr,.-,- . and so I bid you good night, aud at tho England t ,.... , ,, ....... ...... . mil itMlltrlna nnlnim.n. .lintiM Mn ' I get to the main question, and by way of f""10 time DUl you uo of K0i cheer and to ocean between us. Tho records und tradi- commerce, the same as freedom is the natoiiiiuiii nub bi'iiai and need not bo cmluiigcred by a re- - Illustration, let mo point out a few of them. ,m vo "P f0!U' of ' l0 outcome of the strugglo tions of moro than n generation are against ural condition of men. Commerce would Lying tu llm runner. sluctlon nnd correction of the burdens of taxaany feeling of sympathy with England in everywhere lie frco Foraker has the gall to tell tho farmers vcniber. wore it not for "ext tion. On the contrary, a fair and careful reds- - I will take them ut random." commercial pursuits. Thero bus always tho fuct Unit lawmakers, often Influenced that tariff has given thein u "hotter price for THK IMlOrKCTlOX SYSTEM SCOHKU. ion of our tax laws, with due allowance for the He Had to, You Know. been competition botweeu the two coun- by the unworthiost motives, have sought In their lands and thoir craps'' and "less cost Mr. Wuttersoti then rapidly reviewed the difference between the wages of Amerciuiund In his letter of ncccptuncc General Hartries. There alwuys will be. As mutters ull ages to fasten upon It their owu baleful for practically ull they may have occasion to foreign Inlior, must permit nnd cncournire ev-- ' Republican iilatforui in Id sarcastic wuv rison Kscs us an apologist for tho ridicunow stand, England drives us off our own theories of protection, monopoly uud buy." No jnnn with a conscience, says tho liraneli or such iiiuuiry ana enterprise until no came to tno question or tariff re- lous y plank in tho Republican territory, und actually does our currying on Cleveland Pfrm l.tiiltr, would tell a Ho like y gklng theiu assurance of an ox- - form, when hn said : platform. Ho knows very well, us every tho sea. Rut for this could not bo. Protection Is a theory an exploded this, oven to gain tho Presidency. tended market nnd steady and continu" Iet us seriously consider the Republic- senslblo unit thinking muu in the Republic- That it may not the tariff tho Democratio continue, theory, it Is true, hut none tho less a theory. ous operation In the Interest of AmeriHero are the highest prices paid in Now can labor, which should In no event. 1h an platform upon the great Issue which has an par y knuws, that the Republican plat- party is resolved that tho causes which havo The burden of proof is upon it. It fails to York for the principal farm products In become the leading, the only issue iu tho form of this year needs uti apologist. led to it shall ccaso to exist. neglected, tho rcWslon of our tax laws conconvince tho reusou of un intelligent und 1800 (low turiff) and PiSrt (high turiff). Let templated by the Democratic Tlio Central uud South American States disinterested man, and as a last resort it tho furniors study this table and party, campaign. It sets out, after a few inconse- Therefore, iu this loiter, ho says: "Wo ask themuro not likely to bo called ujwn, I HifruY, to Ho Just uwuy from our own doors. They disclaims Its own real uaturo and asks the selves how they and to promote the advantage of such labor, by quential remarks, by saying: uro benoflted by tho mo"Wo ure uncompromisingly in favor of mako it present cholco between tho sur- ought to trade with us Wo ought to sup- advocate of unrestricted commoreo to prove nopoly tariff: cheapening the cost of the necessaries of life In ihe home of every workingman and at the same the American system of protection. render nf tho protective system and tho o ply them with ovory thing they need. his theory, when, us a mutter of fact, ho, has ihi,o. ji'V im, time securing to hlin steady and remunerative repeal of tho internal taxes." A vote These Klutes uro our natural customers, none. '"Tho American system or protection,' !.0.:n5 'employment. Corn n$f' Reof thanks to Geuoral Harrison Frco traders have no cure-all- . They ad; : "rJpon mis question of tariff reform, so closely and then ull of u sudden, rather doubting publican cotumltteo is now in from tho Hut and tho only reason they buy from Enorder. gland instead of us Is owing to our vertise no nostrums, They guarunteo no cotton whether it was or not, it reiterates, 'the concerning cery phaso of our national life, 17 39 jinn jjjao and upon etery question Inohed In tho prob- Amerlcau ssteiu of protection must bo General Harrison's explanation will do no monstrous und iniquitous turiff laws. euros. They simply stand for tho normal 'e"ixrk good, says the Detroit Fres I'remt, Tho mis, maintained.' England sells thirteen dollars worth of her condition of things, only demanding 17J jyla.t' aw lem of good government, the Democratic party 40 34 "Now, fellow citizens, that means nothing chief lias been dune. The people know that cotton goods to thoso States whore we sell every body shall havo a fair Held and no submits its principles nnd professions to the inono. She comes to us for her raw cotton, favor. Tho protectionist Is the quack. His all, nothing whatever. This system of between free wnisky and dear necessaries suffrages of the American people. nt telligent Oa the free Hit In IWJ). Mr, Scott,of Pennsylvania, under instructions protection which exists iu this country Is and cheap necessaries und dear whisky, tho takes it at her owu price, manufactures It, empiricism Is and has been ou trial. Its reAnd thu cost of tho dutiable artlelo that from the Committee on Resolutions, offered the no more an American system than a Russian grand old party will tako tho freo whisky add with it drives our merchants outof Censults are be foro us. They ure, lu brief, tho farmer buys is enhanced 47 cents on following lesolutlon: anu dear neeessarlos every time. Resides, tral and South America. system or a German system overproduction, long seasons of dtprcsslon, every dollar by tho tariff. French "Jltiolvil, That this convention heroby en- system, for protection exists luor itof t'10 mcntiil rpsorvution, f llibil;, looks bad in These things should certainly arouse declining wuges, increased ull Doesn't Governor Foraker Ho scandalousdorses and recommends tho early passage of countries. Fifty years before freo these this connection. It may Ire loadod and is business interests of which wo hear tho princely private fortunes aud cost of living, so a growing dis- ly when ho tells tho farmer thut tho high trade the bill for ll.e icdiullon of the revenue now wu seriously thought much. content ou tho part ol the dupes. of in England It ex- - '"""'J' t0 8 oft' tariff benellts him I pending in the Rouse of Ili'DresentntUes." lllen it ICulllIng Speech llrfom tha Joiiiib M,.,'Hi),.,.,criitioCiul. attooiir'Oovernmout v, ...... -- nrtii-illt- UtsA Condon and Pool carried Jtholr measure of freo 'tnulo in Englund tb Fitty years before istcd hero in AtlMrlrn THE FARMER SPEAKS. 1 all I., Mr. Wilt tl,lUnl1 CHy. .w i.,,kotiAlrn .n,w,tllll. VmM t,u.T 1 fROYER CLEVELAND, ALLEN.G. TIIURIrIAN, 1 james b. Mccreary, m.i.ow-I)r.Moc- I- s 1 "t" !...' .'" 'i .A flhorl nt Kay I.tton" In Wngn unit J,rt)terlloii-- A (llancn at Wubi raid Heullumnt for l'urllsiui rnrjwii. llorti nml Ahrontl, M I)oiov on his roturn Mr. Chaunj-eHern Is n sl.ort study In n branch of from Europe' lost 110 tlmu In reassumlng mid science of tho greatthat rolo of inendncity which seems to est iwsslblo moment, which will bring' the come so naturally to H)iltlcians of his kid iiuestloii of comparutlvo wages plainly Into ney. When Interviewed nit the subject of tho In- view, so that "the wayfaiiiig man," If not a terest taken by tho llrltisb people hi our fool, uau understand it us well ns tho stupresent political contest Mr Dcpjw said I dent in his closet It setllos fully, conclu"Tho gonoral opinion In (treat llrltnln Is sively, and once for all, tho inct. to which il bus never that all tho Democrat nro free traders in tho Louisville Courltr-Juurtho English sense, und they can not under- ceasod to urge public attention, that all stand what a tariff reformer is" Hcnlso labor and wage arguments nf tho high-tarif- f gosolors aro tho merest hyiwrisy. said that Mr. Cleveland's elect Ion was looked Hy far the most magnificent Itidustrlut upon us decisive of the ti iumph of nbsoluto fabric of which any nation can boost," or has free tnulo in this country. Now It is etitlivlv too grout a tax on tho over In nil history been In n jiosltlon In credulity of either American or Ilritish In IkmsI, is the textilo manufitctuio of E11 telligent public: opin on that It should for a 4 Jmn'1 This Is no etiiptv assertion, us wo shall moment accept thesj statements of tho gentleman from Now York ai containing proceed to demonstrate. The aggregate tr-d-o lu of England even the sbiubhiuco ol trutluThe Eiigllali, mngnllude to tbnt of any two olhorTiatlons HITS iinusun 1IKJ1S IUIU ,liu lulls,, wivu utter recklessness of existing facts, repro-- of the earth combined; and tho exports of sonts them to bcL .kOijIiq. contrary, they only three classes of her own textile prodf of her total ox ports aro capable of soelug, und "actually Up sco, ucts nrc ittiont tho American situation, just as clearly and of itll cotilfnodltles. As to England's chief RnatUK y n 1 nnc-halHirsiii-uciuusi- DEPEW'S TWADDLE. HeCafalttshlnsly' MUroprcsonts WAGE ISSUE ILLUSTRATED. Trust-protoct!- - I er -- race-cours- wido-sproa- d -- ll, myself. J- high-wate- n ii LS spy-glas- -- free-trad- . j ; ' , free-trad- e d ' .. - if n 1 o o d """ recon-strurtc- 11 e I ' ..n.- o p ' j ( to-du- - En-lan- d freo-trad- e p la-x- ir ' wull-papo- o i wake-worke- free-trad- for-olg- ... g work-iug-nici- i, I I .. to-d- 1 ... j viSLX wage-worke- e lo some-Interoits- turiff-rofor- n e Know-Nothingis- l"'"iiit m uuriu-KJVfC- 1 ' , . I to-du- ! cxclu-slveues- s. free-whisk- en-tir- ' Ps PnBheUEvoryojdaanjJPrjday vflMflU Ny t$jmL LANGTRY. GOING TO SCHOOL. CHEAP COAT llunlctlo I'ours Out Somo Philosophy on now nayiiiiinit Hesc.ird a Colnrril Boy a lUluful Suljrct. from it Watery flravr. It km my Mossed privilege last summer at ' Dear llttlo man, so you nro back In school 4 "TU'lien not to paid 32.00 will he chartd.-A goo I storv, lllustrntivo of tho presence Lona Jlranch, In coniany with several other and you don't liko ltprutty well I don't think I of mind of tho l.ito John T. Itaynioud, is told coplo' prominent In nrt mid literature, Ui ' Well, thnt'11 nntiiml and My liko, but it isn't by an old nctor. Unymond's couiiiiiny was lunch with Mm. Langtry, and nt leisure to , tight. Oolng to school Ugreat fun, nfteryou making 11 one night stop in n llttlo Ueorgln eniivcno with her In low, passionate accents are too old to go any more, w hlch will bo K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. town The play wns ono in which the octnn aUnit her future ami her past. I hid not In- - j w hen you nro old enough to dlo, and thci I 1 taint Icuvti Rowland at 3:35 a ni and )W phyed a prominent part. The only ocean 01 tended to make tho tlvliglitful chat public at siipjiosoyou will go to another school. When " indicium at dp m ami B'4op m. owned by tho malingers of tho theatre was first, for neither of us caro to Ihj brought I wns your ago I don't think I IlLed going to very oil and weak. It had seen much duty prominently before tho public, shrinking as school n littlo bit, but that una iKsinuso 1 L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. nml was in n very crippled condition wo do from publicity of nil kind and only ilidu't hnvo very much seuso when I wns IVIviitn Iti'tirai-Hnt- , To illustrate tho rolling of tho waves, n KSX carln to 4 do rleht Whllo kcrnlnc In tho bark- - yiung, 1 only worked and studied nbout six II . ' uumlicr of stitHit gimlus wero hiied to go Mail train going North houni a then, """lit ?m Pro"ml M nmc,, " IwmIWo. Hut tho general or seven to oliey. day was nnd hud but thrco " ., Souih underneath n big blue cloth nud bob up nud '.train" " Sou lit I teuehera tho gladdest Iwy you I "1137pm Interest felt In Mr. Lnngtry lead mo to tpret down, ever ki ew, when I got out of school, nnd you , num through ttieso restraint. flllllll ...... ....,, Tho play wn In Its most Intcres lug pait. ,. Jbyntm Local Freight North,,,,,,,,,, never knew mo. Hinco then I hnvo liven nt Soiuh..,....,.. ' Ojspm getting off somo of his lost woi k a'l tho time, and havo toobcy more jwo-pl- o Mrs. Ivuigtry, oa the day I apeak of, wore The latter traina alo carry patacngcri ga;. llo was tho only actor on the stage, thai I oversaw in n school houo nt 0110 a now dress of lavender trjtnmwl with 1 he above l calculated 00 atandard time. Solar and tlionudienco was uproarious, when nn time. The editor my If 1 don't hnvoiny ft dllTeniit color around tho bottom. 8I10 woro I me it about o minutet fatter. Accident occurred that camo near wrecking by Friday nljht hu won't liave a sort of a brown straw turban, and her hnlr Columbia Surely it would only be fair the piny. lint ul , tho foreman says ho must have it in Grand Tobacco Excursion (o Richmond. was clone tip In a hard knot at tho back of her' hand Friday Among tho "wnves" wns n little negro morning or it won't go In, tho to give him this. hend. Her hnlr la n deep brow in color and I'ho s;iuv was very narrow under tho ocean, Vlrilnla. Harrison Never! "A cheap coat lie quite nicy to look nt Sbo ha it calm, honest . proof wider wjs If ho doesn't get tho proofs .specinl excursion train with I'lillninn cyo. and W'liavcd liko a jierfect lady nil tho Thursday night they will have to rend them- piles a cheap man tinder It," Olvohici and t.io lx,bliers got quite warm. This littlo negro felt tho heat. Ho removed Home untaxed whisky. Drawing-roo.Sleeping earn will leave time. I sat on her right nt table, also on tho selves und thicoiiiKMitnrH there nro 0110 by oir his liablliincntu, until his red -- -i of thcm-decl- aro edgo of her drew by mistake. When w o rose ft, , thy will nti Iku Lexington, Ky., Oct, 'SM tit 1'--' o'clock Tako the dog lietween your teeth, Nelly, shi.--t nlono co creel his nakedness. llotr Common Thing norome'Snrml. from the table slioroso lioforu I did, for I Itatl If 1 don't writu moro plainly and nttncttiato In the midst of 0110 of Ilaymond's isrst gags nnd climb up! Life. n., the next lost my plnco on tho menu, gently drifting ' l'"iwrly, nnd ajll belter. Then 1 used to noon, reaching Kiiiiiuoiiil, Any tudent who' wants lo understand cloth In V titld A. t., running OtJ fiytt VXK'BH b.tek to Ixwim of lamb with mint doings onto j rt"c,u More "all cluw, or tho school nt how Inbtltntlons, etich utf a riiotiarclfv or tho old liiuu tho oxau suddenly rlpcd nud aforementioned littlo negro ' A II113 AtmiMplirrr. n ," uf hvo to read rfi I am very fond and ono " '"" 1'lcco twforo nil tny com....- aristocracy, iirruilred In earlier time's u broke, nud leave Uuimillo nt tun... IWcngere can tho miWtI- fcacred character, and bccanio hedged with wasMs.-- gallantly ktiuggliug with the waves. Terry ICeeu.111 wits o eof the old engineers at home-- . I,,.,, .,.,.., ' ,01' n "j My "' , which wo rnrrly wna.tiiig ,..A)A. M., connecting with tliuupcclal ".Man overboard cried out HayinoiicL ,WIIlutl,ro,lf,i',,',lr,ll,11 When I was a boy tho teacher correct cd a Bort of divinity, so that it wus of the Alton. He wns a genial Irlshmniiaud Some of tlio stage hands, dressed ns sailors, a good engineer, ie In tho prm-ncof tho clam, but now the Lexington; nnd can luavo Cincinnati i'U thodoiology.und 1 did not notice that Mra. Impious to examine their origin, und rendered admirable rushed in und llttlo negro 11 rope. service to tlio road during the time of Asa M) .. i., Ounnuctiug ith.tlic Hpccial nt Ingtry was trying to riso, liut ho kept critic, 11 terriblo fellow lie is, correct mo or iiurstlon their claims on human rover Tho "drowningthrow thegrabbed wave" nil end nnd Monro. At one time, w hilo running through ooryljoUy, aud dice, bus only to read carefully tho "' WinchbHtcrJ ruto front 'I h temM:rkonrfect laily, wnltlng cheer-- ' ""1 v,u '"" of the Itcptibllcnn party nnd of the the sailors dragged him out When tlio uu l y "y '""" to Mtitddm ftilly until I had JlnlMied my nfeal and put 11 vl,l' ' Vinleu. the train, which itul not stoput that LouUvHIc nnd be $1.1; fP.,rnWn in niyjK'let he dust my jacket for me, though f tariff In 1884 wo were brought for tho dloocusaw the littlo pickaninny in nothing hut IKiint on u,yrwa I met udnivoof hogs which 11111I I Tho wa he makes the lint fly inn tnutlon, llrst time face to face with the curious his led llnutiel shiit, they simply roared. Ktop-ovtir from Lexington S1L'. home. Tlieu il lggisl my pardon, nnd wire lieing dilven across the track to the Tho little negro was"lhd"hero of the town stock pens. Having no 1 daiTn't t'10 rst of Jt ''lioller," and fact that a Very large body of AtrierlcauB ko "y chair oir her dr-v- i. orders from the train privilege will Ik) grnnte.1 on tho return 4Uu1'1 ever afterward. New York I'vciiing Htm. l- that would only make him were possessed by the lden that tho dispatchers to nice t u cliove of hogs at i, .... nil irgiiiift J.V.w.Mlti....1.x,...rI.,i. Why of courw I would. For. as, matter of M,KBt "v,;r Uwi(lt, trip rvcrylKiy nxM lmigll party was entitled by moral fi(Hj u nfti )(V fMyL he put on nil t'c rtciim that he could norKi Mlll Stoiiewult .lueksiiii'it Joke. ,,., ,iiwv"l iiluii.lv It. n ...int v,.il. .....1 , at 1110 ami cry, "Give him wine more in the right to remain in possession of "tho govtlOketn. Uxciiwioninta will liuvoau op ) mid iIasIiuiI thiough the m.ddleof them at Few uici wera evermore profoundly and the rate of aliout forty m'lcs nn hour. When porthnity to inHiK'ct the cheap iiiiuls ami black liluzcr, ritli a flannel shirt of ina In- - ' Kline place. " Ho can and does snv iustns ernment for an unlimited period Were , .Stonewall an hu does ho got man of pronii Invariably but you member ought together throat iUtiiu ilitfjvuting historical ritli of fIaiM.ila Mnt, knot of liluo lknaf thosilk. I ulcu tlilncH your IV and rough one-- iVtoearn nenco lay hearing one President Arthur Prior to theseriousho than professor ofJackson. Mchii-- Ixiek to IJIooinlngton, Huerluteiident; wns war natural luno to dot It down thut rrovtytmr with sent for him to come to his olllce. dot Mrginia. For riten mhlress H. r. Ful-i- r, I mini 1111 MH.onden, but luld my hii'ap'pmval. Then I hnvo to work for my ought nut to hand over tho administra- and cxpcrimuiital philosophy nt tho Virginia When ho entered Mr. Mooiv's ofiloc lie did so Chen.!-pcak- o Military Institute, und while (Jeneral I'aWnger Agent iiindlonl, tion (Hisitlon lvker in place by means of a linen nnd collector and the grocery inan nnd the tax was to n Democtutlc successor unless he ho III lib what Is Itclicvtsl to in that been his In n very meek and repentant manner, exhavo nnd tho shoett'inker, and 1 dont entirely hntlsficd that it wiim safu end acting to bo cllsc.'mfgwl. Suieriiiteiident whitchthMoiimrlicrorciiich, which nttraeteil iV'Qhio Unilwny, IniJuville, Ky. know how many other jieople. I hnxe to buy expedient to do sO, Clergymen were first nml I 1st Joke. Moore lookcsl nt him curiously for a moinui'h nttentmii from one and nil. t Ono morning lis called up a member of the ment or two nnd then iuquirod: "Terry, how 'flint ir, one thing 1 I1L0 nlwut urn. can oil for tho inai cliing club of my iKitty, and I hunted out of their parishes, working, graduating class, and with tho utmost many hogsdoyou think you killed at Vinltn ihv gn nnd frlxolmia, or I can le grnv Imoto ituirch in tho dilrtnr the uitid, and men lost their employment and their custom, nnd lecturers had grav ity propounded the following scientific last night 1" Terry , In his Irish nnatiiclturn with thoMi who prefvr It. IJill 'Isleii to long sM.eches and make sonio longer said: jiic mjself. 1 luto to wy "icuNo"nnd thrlr onpigemontH canceled on this Mime rj .lest ion: Nye In New York World. "Mlshtcr Moore, I don't know; tho ulr was I is it impossible to scud a telegraphic 1 . "Why j "tlmnk yon," nnd say "sit" when full of llOS for speak to assumption that the Hopublican party Torn- - una mllltltiw from icxiiigton to Stauutouf"' the govonfor, I daren't go In tny hurofeu, had, without reference to the quality o'f I at. not discharged. 'flip Hum nnil I lie .fanltnr. Tlio cadet reflected for somo moments, nnd nnd Fve only Ih'h iWiing onco th s year, Its managers, a sacrosanct churucter, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE which iniule votitiff against it the sign of then replied that tho explanation of this phennd the-- i I didn't stay long and didn't A Sereiiuilo In 51 Plat. Attempts to show tlint nomenon douhtlcos lay in the fact that tho tiny thing: nt tho table, no matter how hungry moral obliquity. My Madeline mv Madeline RAILROAD. I uiu, I have to servo c cry Unly el1 Ufon I u party was but a means to an end, tlint amount Of Iron oro In tlio mountain drew Iark my melodlouj uiitlullit moaus; , git a bite to eat myself,' aud lam ninny a It was sure In the long run to outlive its magnetic current from tho wires. Much may my melting music mean, He t.rtat- usefulness, thut human societies had to A covert smile touched upon Jnckson's My iiHHliibtcsl uouotoQes. the last 0110 waiul on; a man down in llogwi Hollow say a he i going to lick mo for tliaugu their institutions as their needs features, fled aw ay, nnd ho said: "No, sir; THROUGH TRUNK LINE. My maudolin's mild mlustrclsy, , changed, nnd thut all human contrivances, you can tako your seat," shooting his dog nnd ho looks liko mini of My mental iniisle uiaalDe, In 1 . hli word, too when eerjl)ody l.t.ows I'm iitich as governments, neided periodical Another wns called up, but ho too fulled to My month, my mind, my memory, f explain the mystery. A third, and then a ufruid of n gun nnd couldn't hit u flock of questioning1 and ovcrhuttling. were Mu3t nibble murmur "Madeline!" fi Dns sophistries directed against fourth wero equally unsuccessful, Jncl.so.i bams anyhow, on a rest, and with globe. ' Match makiag mas may inaehiiiltc, sights; another man thivtitcu.s to put mo fu American peace and order. The Demo listening to their theories with profound ut- - ' '1 Manipuvrlng mlsvi i.ie tnls ecu, nits were painted as jiolitiiHl devils who teutiou, but with tho s.nno sly smile which Will, jail if I don't ny a bill that I huo three le Mere money may ntako many mate; , I ' ivfpts for, und 11 Kir widow woman In Hag would roel in tho 1 uiu of the public had greeted the first attempt. My tnalc motto's 'Miuleliue!" ulley, who takes in washing and gin, Is going credit, t lie plunder of the treasury and This smile prob ibly attracted the attention ' Melt moot tneliniious inekxly, to sue mo If I don't ay her 10 betiiiiM! my the destruction of the national Indus'trics. of tho next cadet who was railed. Hiscouu- The reaction iigaliist such sutK'tstition, tennuco lighted up, his lip broke Into a smiio ' Midst Muh-Li'- s misty Mounts marine. cow toni up tier ganleu, when 1J10 has no Meet lao mid mild uuKtnlixht marry me, Louisville gardou and I never owned n cow in my life. which, like the reaction against the witch- in return, nnd ho said: Madonna ma ni" "laileli-ie- ' d 1 can't follow tho circus procciou, I can't craft delusion. Is sure to coino In all "Well, Mnj Jackson, I reckon it must U I'IiiI.iIi-)2iL- i To Nashville, Mimical Journal. communities, has set in slnco 1884 bet at iso there is 110 tehyiaplr lietwism the I havo tho tooth tchc, I stay Homo when can't undoubtedly That year saw It ut itb two places." Memphis, w hen tho lUii arc biting, some of b'trtuuer r.j khabby .udiMdinli - Ait1 you pet cretins! I'asllv F011111I. tho Ikijh In this great hlgschnol 111x1 bullies, height. The removnfof the dread of tho "ou are right, sir,' replied Jnckvui, who Atlanta, the Jinlti't of thii huildingf aiyl w line (if t jiein nro fool, and soiuh of them Democratic jiarty, which puroued so many hud suddenly resumed, his composed expres"No, Mr tint will gentleunii with Montgomery, ure tuidlcs, nnd somo of them me sneaks, peoplo's lives, strined the fcacerdota'l sion. "You can tako your scat." tint phi;; hat i the janitor." , aucl and soiiiM nro liars, nnd somo of them nro rohea off tho Hepublicun nmnagc-.'sThen ho called the class to order, and nVlmnreiiAifr I Little Rock, A , , . great, big henrted, lonug fc'.lotrn, tlmt you prepared the way tor tho purely secular calmly proceeded with tho recitation ns if v . "1 In Uid proprietor l..t--.Vbrai- ku of the tarilT us 11 device for iio'thiug had hnptioned. Youth's Couijiaiiioii. Mobile and New Orleans.1 want to lw witli alt tho Mtns, but they 'iv so . State Jiiurrnl. People huvo begun to busy you can only vuatvhu word with them raising money-examine It, Just us they examine their Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. iouc'lnu long while. It isn't KOrryimich own Income und expenditure, In u thor Artistic llxiiKKcriitlnu. (ruilt to I'nIl.iT. .' 1.1 dilTeroit from your own xhiatl after till, only rrf: Col. Wade, tviircsentativo from n Missouri One of Jotit-J- 1 iffctilitt itir fV iirvcr5 to nil outrhly rationalistic way. Uut one comes (Inly one chance t polntt in tho discipliuo is inoi-- severe, and the Teailier fit ill Hilt that he l firllug.well. No matter what across numerous proofs of t lie relig- district, has inoilo for himself (juilen reputaisstnc', wlido ho Is of sunVrfng you aro undergoing, thV eery time you break loving and gentle Uut ious reverence with which it Is still re tion for ni tistic exaggeration and it tuke & jciii n rule 011 smart for it. yarded in nt r ... friii his mhimUiv littu"iaUbf takes N tint: I don t wonder that some of the older pupiN tonio circles, especially hy those un urti't in this lino to rtttraer-nttentio- n who profit by it. We havo beforo us the tho national capital. Col. Wudo wears a EMIGRANTS w hen their Icm.iis arc reft'sal of a country editor to print even military coat buttoned close to his chin, givaiv glad, glad, glad, iiiiiiT 1111; ue canie iion,c hick too kick I irlitur, hamtton'thi lirirnf thtt runiV ill inrn to go down to his flipper. Ko it nn sent up all said', und tlie blottui books ure putaway, us an advertisement nnv criticisms of it ing him much tho tip'icarunce of 11 preacher Citizei. TliatVa line horse you've got there, Siciul ralet. mid they are cnllisl up into the higher room, in his Hisileltvory ii very unprivsivoaudwith tho deacon. In rrxiii liv Mix Jiii-mw!m liml paper Nov York" Post. $rrrt sefnte nt thlt Ciin)p4ri for Mlet, rolilt ; !It herself Aiiioiilj ollu r, deliiiicics iiivimiwl when-thewill bo closer to the Master, nnd unsuspicious, convincing. Tho colonel would , t ante 10 Deacon Yes, ho is n good ono, but it takes well six in tho old lessoui will L. I. AIMOItK-- (J. p. fir 1. A.. ' It OcSt ' not hesitnto to claim ttiat in ti bistoi ic game a strong man to haudlu him. ucr laid eggs, boiltil to suit I1I111 ............ tlm all tho hard place:, lovingly and cle.uh bo Oou of tlntr 11 Million." explained iWuy ko .... .. ..... louUtUle, Ky . 1..1.1 tlat L... .i. 1.1 "My wife has l vitiskiiigiue to buynhorso .MIKMVIII..UJVI M Ibfl )illl.l UliU WlUimi lllU The shallowness of tho boar.ts of tho of draw K.l.er play csl. for colTco lieans out nt tho iwtMlon, drow-'tlir- eo . ,,,. '"v"r " "'S'1 cards-t- o n for her ovv 11 use. Where do y cm s'pofO I can U lones treating with llltft--- t. Ih'publlcans over their bo culled victorv Ids farm,- ho 11 to.ir blister the pages Hint we uir of iUivus and lllleil out 11 royal find 11 safe, trusty nulmair lilt MXtll Ullll lU't .X , ti.., nine fellow ""'dneur in Maine becomes more upp.ircnt eael. ixiclail out hi hand. "I'll sell you mine, Jones, for $aX).'' Texan day. The National Democratic commit- - Kspieucv, and 110 0:10 but uu expeit now. Alt, my llttlo unn, you'd Irani would doubt whnt the (sjloucl said, me hnvo it, piim.1 to loc joursc-oo- l; you'll nuvtrget out of it tee Is how hi H.s:ession of evidence polng nud even the expcit would not question his Slftiugs. Joiici glutei! at the child, t licit ho said until they send word to tho se.to.i that you to show tlmt the moat outrageous A .Miileleu Clianci'. Imskilv. was practiced by Ilopublicdo man sincerity. Recently Col. Wado took a trip ItoU'rt J. Ilurdftto" ill hno graduated vv:n standing oil the steps of "l'nl.i it. c at it. uiiuiittirnl eluld, nnd 1 poliiviiiiiii ftic Hirers 011 their employes, n:id that down tho river nud sent a few elays in quiet "JJL.UJC GltAWirf irotJ'X'Ji:.'' , DiooUly 11 hiigle. n'k father y.m imir bribery was ivsorted to Incllscriminatelv. Maryland. When he ivtiirned ho found a tlio Fust Naiio:in bank when a match boy f THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Toiuin uu tluu-gLKJixiltFrcul'icaiv The following letter, addressed to Col. constituent fioni 11 icmolu paitof his district humbly iippmached und asked: A Vhlil Tale. 1 "Please, sir, may 1 go inside your hniikl" rrni Drice, received from I'rauU Smith, 11 nicr- - waiting to see him. Thecolonel wns nil Years ago, w lieu gu 1110 was llrst discovered cliiiut of S.tco, Me., Is Ho took the Mlssouriau to tho house "My bankf n t'nl.iiul Cut. CENTRAL KENTUCKY h sample of many , "Yes, sir." He hsiktvl si Hy at the pie on tho boarding iisu feitilix-r- an old fneud of 1111110 sent mo received nt Democratic national head a.ul in the course of n lull in the piocccdiugs I a bottle full to experiment with. I didn't quartern relative to the Maine election. ail I1 ntt escorted him to the icstiitiraut. A uieiitber "I don't own tins bank." lions.- - tnblo mid softmed to Ik inttelt aUVctetl "You don't 1" Tho laiiilladvnt llrst thought ho was mac! thinkr'mncliof tr, but one dar whilom my "I Inclose extracts from Dailv Stand-ur- who sat mar Col. Wade's tnblo hen id him garden planting some cucumber sis.sl 1 the eircuiiis uiices of his tiip. "Uut 'Of not.'' nnd was prepinsl for some lemonstrnnco. to Inform you what wo hud to do in thought. of tho guano, so 1 took it ul6ug w ith the Fit-b- t "Nor nny other binkr' Ut, t lie mUI nothing, only looked sad. district of Maine and to con in Missouu," ho was saying, "you get 110 me into tho ganleu nud uit down on the gratiiluto yourself nud idea of v.liut tho woilu is. 1011 see 110110 of "No." Wli.it - tint matter, Mr. Jouesf tommltteo on our grouii)!, Mtolusl rl hole In tlioriiiit, put in judgment "Then you go to Ililif.u, nud if you Jiiy 11 Wo have iiiailenpnuof about tho wo:idorof nntiiie. Tho cast, sir, issomo-thi'i"M. ill' 1. tin- - touches ie " FAST LINE UETWEKN my guano 'and on It place! my cucumber J.OUO You have heard of the wotideiful. ocr tlio vote of four years ago. bi,; trccii of Culffomlaf They nro nothing hand 0:1 1110 my fathir will linvo you "Whatf isl, cou'txsl both caivfully boiinivdr exehiuiesl the boy nshc braced ui LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. "This no It lookHNi likoouoof thn iies and while sitting there but awith tho soil, Votes urc freely bought in hums varying few moments from &lo to t.)0 each. 1 nm oprfpctlv nothing ut nil, sir to what I saw tho day nml wuikod in. Detroit Fihsj Picsa. 1.1. inotlhir initio fyi ni'i th rty; jynn ago." . What would you think "Well. Mr Jones, I'm htin f appreciate tho I noticed the earth over the seeds satisfied that the election cost tho Heptib- - ' 'K!fo1'0 Jcsrci-dgyliegiu to move, und at tho Mine time tho Means from f00,(KX) to $000,000, and still of nn tul' treo L".r tares in dhi'iieterf -Olllpllllll ut " Uu Mllttcietl. .souiiinn.!: in.kifuci mavi, tut plants made their nin they huve lust from 1SS4 paccsl it off mvself. I would not trust anv Though itw.vhn misfortune 11:11! not his "Vi, milium, I lejieve this is one of tho young It was such u tlrango occurrence cIm.. And llshitig fn tho bayl Why, lie.ir.iure. Iho newspaper slips Inclosed In the one lc tny iimthir ui.ido thiity ynirsago." It was umitsing to fault that he stutt-rcit)i lluiinJ. dutnfotiiided, forgetting abovo letter showed tout two men, riemiil sin 0:10 1.1 in pull outliKKI in n day I1I111 In 11 love p.iv igc. Hhoralstsl huM'iittho next', tiioiith, San that I sat jiei Tliovliuy began to spring Mllllkcnnnd timlth, employed by the Yoik Fact, sir Tliey never cat ilslttheic. They hear eviry thing ehe I'rnucisco I'linnuclo.. so very uiuch for me. 'Do yon really-carI m CuiiiiKlun... and grow off liko magic, nud when lji'gau Mnuufacturitig company, were clischarged use them for I i.e it 10 p m And tho opoti daillngi" she softly cpi-r- ei ' ve Kalinolth.. to raise up I found my foot entangled with hccatiso tiny worked and voted for the moiltheil 'Mlssoinlan sat with his eyes bulg t'lliirtniitiiMi, Klltrs for 11 diiilHludsliicl; l.vc C)i.thUna . 1, however, tho vines. forced myself ton Democrat Jr ticket. iug from Ids head, without a sign of doubt , .,. S o p rn jyIn aloMoa newpiper pllh-rr I'rit for water, tiot loig ug linUiil. 1 "tatnling jNioition. Hy this time I "was comArr l.oinfilon. u fO i in ii jo MUHken had been euiploypd by the eoai. or suspicion on his face, Chicago Herald. .0 10 p m ineciiK'i pnsu iviuer nan iksmi grvniiynu-uoyts- l eluiUln.t darling! You arc tho ono pletely cueloKsl w itlitho vines. I made for pany over twenty years, anil on! previous 11 50 a in 10 55 I.e1'an . ..Z 5 fo p m by an extraordinary usoof nmongpup-puji-iieiirlni ti j 5 Arr Wlncliettrr, ' ii 6 05 p ni and cutting my sell elections. It was said, did us hii btilldolng Iho UulliiK I'as-loI that crops.sl out in iKviuional "ukcV on his my kmfo nudo succeeded in Hut puppup-J'oll- y You nro rr ItlcliinonU.,.. t CM l 7 10 p m loose und my cscuikj. what ustou- employers wanted him. Tho comedian I'llistou use.l to tell n story 5 10 t m, Arr Lancaster... of my heuit, it ni liOHifs, nud Ihiduig that they oociuivd lego-larl- ished 1110 init was tho fact that when I got Hundreds of r.jteh ca.se.). have been Arr Stanford 000 p m that humorously illiistrutes the ruling passion Tlu iiispitssiwer that under 11 ceitaiu ''slug'' ho went to "altig mo I c Kichinoiiil national com- - stiong In death. llf tconV fniuie to exiostulato w ith him. Ho over the excitemont und went, to return my jiortcd to tho liko ft reed ut thy , I found my jiockota full mittec Arr ilvrea kulfe to my Mncready was tit ono time' alarmingly ill found that thn man was a new "sub," who Andslieappaivntly lielievtd him. llanncr Arr l,ekiii(lnn. cucumbers in mi ill that the most serious cousecpienees sufil. he iiuue InUly fiiim of Light. 'ijji rJivH-v- , of youngfciiK-- which which 1had formeil110 tny What's the .Hatter With Anna. pockets, llmo have had Use wcrofeurtsl and the most ilcipoiullng steps I aii'd had leariusl his Initio In a first clicvottk'o Nnrlh-lloiilNo. 3, No, N11. 5. (On.) Ornphle. Ail earnest attempt to "elevate the tone take.ii,suciusthoaibiiIuislratiouof Tlioulits Wise 111.1l (Itlierwise. the sacra in HullfiLX. ';rorpJtyt,ake,"exckluied tho for guuno. of itolitlcs" from thtl degradation to which meiit, etc. Klhs.oii culled to see him nud wns It is pleasing to reflect that there Is one of pixxt f I'enller, "w hat sort of u l.vc I.itiniralon.., It has sunk under theruloof man Is being admitted to the ehumU-- r of tho pixs.uuinbly place vv hero all people A Sure Way. l.vc lltrca.. they employ in Hallfaxf "Tho tiro equally lienutiful, Arr KichiOQUd-,- ,. Krni-t- -J "John." said Mrs. Hentlev, "suppose von mado by Anna Dickinson, Srho has taken dyiiig tragesllali, who feebly cxpresseil a be- jnd that, of course, Is In the dark. rulo iu our.eillcc. icpllcd tho coinpojjtorj I.ve Stanfonl . .. Vrithft Uitniiilriiift air; "U nJ W put aUArt heart! a tiolso down stairs und didn't know tho stump for the Republicans in Indiana. lief in his approaching dissolution. Kills U H III When you consider how much every baby l.vc I.ancatler whether it was tho dog or a burglar, would She began by ulludlng to the president of ton, deeply moved by his friend's prostrn exeicise its voettl organs it is u pcrfeet mar-etlutsj comuins 1 u line" rr Kichmnnil the Pnlted States as "the hangman of lion, otreiesl todo uny servlco In his oucr, you 10 so cruel us to wild me down to rind that any icrsou khould ever grow up I.ve kiclunoiidT". I 30 p in IlufTalo" und "nn emissary of the dovll," strongly q.!Jolnestli,o futility to keep the stif nut I" Will Never Itepnr. Arr Wlnchcticr. i .'.r, p in .(....H. and has ncjw procc,tded to the jnilnt whera feier quicf uuil glided on' tipUA; uut of tiie ivith weuk lungs. "No, dear," siid Mr. Ilentley; "I havo n Arr rjm....... J '"A '' 'J? The man who will linent 11 teal ulcu rovers-IblIn the cattle kingdom tho male calf U gensho dcelan the contest one 'between I.ve l.exluitui. 01 p III 3 00 p in overcoat, with 0110 sldo that looks liko U'tterway than that. I'd wait until next civilization, us represented by Ueti. Har- room. Hu had not cached tlio lotttimof erally the haiieboiuer; but when It comes to l.vc I'arit J o I' in morning. If th siler was gone, I'd know it 3 5 staiivnso wlieu 1111 nudihlo whispcr tho I'm n light uututiiii top co.it and tho other looking kingdom the female calves nro I.ve C)iillirana ,, 4 30 p m was burglars, mid If the silver wns not gone, rison, mid brutal barbarity", us.,iopro 1111 tor 11 the human .XiVnt' o oj I.ve talmoaih . ' Ojithls latter ivacheel him: ".Mr. Hllistoi), stop 5 5 1' "i like n midwinter ulster, will confer n favor nro we bciitod Jy tl'ie DviiiiiKi-ajy- . Mr, Macicady wUhe to sjhuI. to much the bjat.heavcjto.ivln'.lier moment, IH tr loyiiigtiui ,J,6uiTp Ukjii tho Impceuiilou y oung liuiiiauity of this I'd know it was the dog." Harier's llazar. occasion, tcc'oitiuj; to.thcT"con-esponden- t you." ,"sQ clime that thoy can homt, never uucougculal rf Tho .Indianapolis 'Jpjirnal.V'tho great Dranch, No. y leave On tltcMaytvill Ho went up softly nud npproAclied tlio Its! Pant ,t j TA f("thelli ifc'oietliouiilil. An Olise'rvlus Child. .uidltfiicoj fairly went ,vvll4li ;Wtlchcer-tainlys ,n, a ni anil No. 11, at 520, i in, arrlvini; at tvay. It will ls all they can do to pay for of tho dy lug ma 1, su,poing tlut some . A stranger calling ut the hours ,of mi cdi. becja'i aptiraurlato. M.itillc at 10 50, a in, .and 74a, j in No 10 tho o vi coit lliilfnlo Courier. humous utte itio.i was to bo tcspiiud o( him tor living in Yoioicis u!;ed the young tiojKs. nt iivet Maytville at 6011, a in, armingatat Pantnml .VovViYorM'oatl-!r-. si&? h 10, a 111. No. ta leave !Uisto:i uddiesse-- lu.n uii'.i soothing sym ful of tlio family whether his fu'.hvr wrote o, Millle Why arrives -- t Pari at 3 7$, p in These train .ire pathy .Maeieudy; gale (i slight Indication ver any other iiamo than I:.s own. rk) - I'm going to 111 iko thoso Dealer (ti en daily except hnnilay of temporary iCllef, r.tiil In tirol.eii ..ccents No 3J leavta Ci incton ut 8 30 1, m, uttl.eH at boj' jlhigpuul suits f 1.1 "I th 11k so," said the littlo one; "1 think he raw. I)r oah Porter, who has just letunied saidtj Y)'J I alminiili nt in 30 a in; Sj inlay only. !.Vo. w nifii. k iff that 'Itol1. HbyV is 'We,' of The Daily Journal." Harper' Whyf. f ivo; bwn t "V ' f Ifavi-from lhireqic, fvpressiM his astonishment nlinomhiitjw ,pm arrivca.aL .'j)uu;tpn ''d liff?ui, do you iVi-i- Ik'-- a Uasar. -.at ft 3TI p in; Sunfliy inly 'No iftM erI'e?nfe. w.llln lli...f. t.trM lull nlf.i.M ut tho Ignorance of bono of tho Kugljsh lesduceil gexnl nltci nn 3Jil m, arrive! I'arit 7 ct p i.now st,' uus 1 nl goiti'ur nlvo No. Blcive utHitr-- (i people, wlio liclievo that In tho event of Detroit Ficsj Press owwJMsajaou 111. arrlvcaWl alininitli 7 an i ni t .lust the Other V.V11.V. iwnyu baselall bat w ith each ono of them President Clev'clai)d'ti election this coun Nil'jmBMMMMUhatf &i ni, jit JIKs Travis Don't these lovely autumn free of charge. Detroit Fiisj Pre, try will inako uu udvance toward freo Its Great I'euuty. days make you long, Mr. De tSmithf trade. This inarerRiK. ' vtuxnMft gfra pitiful enough, but what The president of tho llritfsli asochtion Do Smith No, they make 1110 shoi t. Them t,;i Wu s The lllulil of Time. has Dr. Porter, to say alsjut some of his cited this iniagin.lry tof.st ut tlio recvuttneet 0Ofl,TWn 4 FiaMM .U Aunty Cud yo'he'pu poor vie woman, own couiitiymciivho'nro'talkitig thoiino iug: "Hete's to tlio latest tcleutillu dlsoivery. hasn't been Anything but excursions nud o rieles for two weeks. lluilington &&' wh, what wasiui'-- to tiawgo islifngtoiW iMsMH s1Br M. I til KM yi suit of arrant iionscnso.'iust 'as If thov May it never do uny good to anybody." This tally-hVi co (Jeiillemar. InrW gnMtrWw lit mage . a rWrncKeTTcrth Nonsense, utility, Oeorgo bcliovid Herald. m. rM.i.. LtUunlyu now version, of mi, old steiyMolil l Chi ....S..C MMrCA IIUIU iurai Wiishliigtou died lieforo you vv era Iwrn, lVofw-sorJItlnly.feiiiitliof Ox wtflmiivi Jhirleatm.'.WlJsY, nnd KotMra flrci Tin y Out Theio ,liut tlio sa.iio. , "ubout tho late . i ' iftTXl KiArdi.',isni rim vlTl'Wlnehls AtttityfvVl'lht'uVfaht. IltilcjK't seem AmlWcry CaruUtJtly. Ttxi. ford. Ho was expatiating 0110 day to Ins pu Woman (ivlio bus kindly given tramp 11 tur, Sil trnns with nilloMH SlfsMsS tMrire elecl!i'o't'i,Agtii1iubs how o lonjf IJlalno'rt "revolutjoii" in Maine is still pils on tho beauties of a lunihbmuticnl discov hed to sleep on over night) Did yo sleep tween lie 1 mu; eu't-l- ; o;f try eng agemviit, levolvlng. Tlio swollen leg of his claim cry.; ''but the. gieutjlxituty, time do fly New YoikKipi, it,s,,gmitlo licteraiul v. asiiiiiKlon, pretty well las' night, my iioor uinuf Violet, ami 'I hrouiih ticket checked to any became a shrunk shank several days uge, men," he ftdiksl w ftli l.uiiiorous cntliusfusiii. Trauiis Yo'es. pivttv well, but I was both-- j fiko Why should yon do that Tcirlblel detii.iliin reached l.y a'ra.lroad. and, as iiii.j i., 111 ,. . . iiii-- i jiiui IIIIIK n "that it cannot possibly Imof uny iietouiiy :, , , red some. 'ho Kiioeli.- For full nariionlir mtdrct any njcnl of the Co. teiTiblel" exclurnusl nn old lady, upon 'It's Ketmbllcan plurality Is htlll body." New Yoik 'friUuuo. S. K . MOKSI. i: II It.U'ON. ho suntioi't 11 .. rld ttv',. Tii uii(i'i shrinking. rvudiug of 0 preiua'.uru burial; "and I know in I ravilintf Pats'is'r Act , tien'l Pa'B'rAxt For habitually man .tpproprlote. I.etiiiKtun, Ky Covinlon, Ky. that when I die I'll bo worrying all tho tltiio 1 hnvo livoi carries eggs in his coat, tall pockets Mr. Tho most ancient of banking tranwetlons-Wh- eu At n country exhibition u small house made 8ho Why, you goose, ho failed on purposo lllalno sits down a great deul. PhiladelII K lil'NIINIilON'.UeiieMl.Man.iger, Pin In tho grave for tear 1 have been bulled Phnruih got 11 cheek cm, tho Hed Sea cntlivly of boxes of honey has tho'npproprl-at- o totuett "onxtta exiH'iisel-Harji- er's llawir. phia Record. aonOfflcoH. Covington, Kentucky, alive." Noiristow 11 Herald. batik, which was crossed by Moses. lusciipttouof "Home, sweet liofne.jl r YKAIMXADVANCK VvWllrmntk.' Va CHEAP WHISKY. ,'STORIES ABOUT MEN. t' III. IHnner'wIth mr irroy Mly, All M10 Wanted. Mr (SiHl7iipJii'i-No- w. what would le jour tcrniX. Sli"Jfniit; a courroof s.iy u lessors in paiutiiigf Jones Well, frankly, Mrs. Uodolphln, I'm afraid It's too late In lifo for you to liegitito start a career of at t tlint Is, If youwlltto tnko It up srlous)y Mrs. U.-but I dou'tl I only want to ham enouj-- to boubo to teuch. Ijoinlui Punch. ; n ihn Uh, h j 3;m bet-ag- u 11 seventy-lliorelght- y ..,,,, J . con-nldor- f I ,,! ..,',;, -- lrll -- tm 'o Ids-tor- y l''" '' 1 Vir-dei- 1 J knl'-kcr-- I J 1 , Htorc-keepe- Mfti-Ol- Uloh.-Domocr- te J 11 1 orTTrrTT - xm7icirn,l d -- WvT -1 civ-llie- ' j Jt 11 fIm. j ARKANSAS TEXA& 1 .' I 1 - KeniuckyCentralR.R. "It r bull-dorlti- jr lt 11 g. nfTn-biht- u SS13$8'WS- 11 1 1 d, fl-- li a "Dud-cliid-dpc- e piti-iupie.i- il s, n. 11 y jHK-ket- 1 o 1 el 1 o 1 111 AW '""'"'"'(".jm.; v L X ' Io-iii- ,ff xt .' ' 1 I'lerli-l'tefil.Iolbi- 111 "".n. TVTTr. Hit! rs!! 1 1 to,t,wo-flfts,.vyul- ii rMfflWJtrmfn: tt us iterlitie'.-'AstiUikrinrrniSsH'-triifmehmorrrf.'irai- MmH&mrM pICw'otoi'-i.iy-lwiiellt- i. 1 1 Pi-i- ou 1 1 1 1 1 ter-me.''-I oivlfr .... tf Semi-Weekly 4 InteriorJournal Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chap, ped Hands, chilblains, conn and ll skin erup tlons, and positively cures pllc-s- , or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satlsl.ic-lio- n or money refunded, Price J$ cents per box. Tor sale by A. K Penny, Stanford, Ky. SUKOhON HKNTIsr. ' Kktcckv, StAVrono, ' Ollivii south side Main, twodobr above Depot St. r,KKF, IJTJIVF'MAX, COFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. lL I MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Tlic woods nro full of dii'Simls. A kooiI ncreagc is A Hulumlhl timst. A, S. PHICE, SURGEON sjJfVs l)elii(,'!ovii. Is Consumption Incurable ? Jns. H. Hrowii, of Louisville, hpoko Head the following Mr C. II Morris, New-arto n t;ood uudicncu here Saturday. Ark., sajs: "Was down with Abscess of Horn to the wife of James II. Hrown the Lungs, and friend and phjsiilUns pronounca hoy Harvey MeKen.ie. ed me me an Incurable consumptive. Megan takJasper Pickles brought to town a ing Dr. King'. New Discover for Consumption, my third bottle and able to ov ersec the lar raddish IS iuehes lonj,', weighing " hid now on ;iENTlST, K yjc&t1-- 4IWWW - --, Its "',i-E,WHKJ- 1 T AM. " HHHHHPMLCTrih. LJiji",'?T'r,!"" ) STANFORD, Otlice on Lancaster street, In room rcceiiily va catedby Dr. W, II. l'eunj. IQi9euffif'jf '"- wK?''p s." P wByURwWssWV-jJRss?'M-n eer work on my farm It made.'" Jesse Middlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, Kev. V. C. Woodall, of Skajrjw ereelc, "Had It not been for Dr King's New Discovery lias killed four wild outrun the lust two for Consumption I would bvhave died it Lung doctors Am now Troubles. V:is given up months. Sample bottles free at In the hist of health." All old accounts and notes due F. A. It l'cnm's drug store. ho found in the hands I.. Thompson-wil- l i 0. H. iM'UOBBliTS, STANFORD. KY. Al. 1)., C loumK the finest medicine .!: I I of C.C7 Williams if not iaid on or -- t November 1st. Our neighboring village, Urodhead, had a double wedding Tuesday. Thos. Cherry to Miss Susie B. Woodyard and ieo. 31. Melvin to Miss Klva Monro, of Boone county. The party embarked for he-fo- re Electric Bitters. - Cincinnati the same day. V. V. Chesnut, of Orlando, this county, who with James Kitts has been selljC$-.! ing goods at that place for some time, jOJVO EL M. Q ( I have moved disappeared Monday night. Mrs. Kitts J"E-VE3LEJIDITJO-O-IShas not been seen since that evening, Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a potitlve cure for 5c I have purthased the lumber v.vrd of Mcitrs. M II nice and will open George I) Wearcn and and it is said they tied together. Ches- Catarrh, Dyphtheria and McKob Mr. Wesren. a big yard at the erts Sugg, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow Co., McKin-ne- y to Lancaster street. onp oslie the Court House. II. sides lumber inone purchased of I will carry nut is a married man with fl children. rough and dressed, also keep a lot ol 1IKICK on hand eaily for sale. a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ky ; K. W.Joues, Crab Orchard, Ky. Saturday uvening at Houud Stone, W. K KAMSKV. laths, posts and the picket fence formerly oio oy Why mill you cough when Sht'oh's Cure ill Stanford, Ky. Mr. VWarcn, S 0 HOOKER C. Lair and Waller Turpin, while under give Immediate relief? Price 10c, 30c and $1.00, ij iyr FANCY ARTICLES, &0. the influence of liquor, got intoa row. In McRoberts & Stagg, Stanford, Ky., Crow & Co. the melee Iuir received two balls from McKinney, Ky.; K. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky BUTCHER SHOP. Phyilcuni prescriptions accurately compounded. a sw Turpin's pistol, one in the breast, which The Rev. Geo. H Thayer, of Ilourbon, Ind. I have opened a butcher shop at Kow aad in owe 0111 lives to asst. sjtssstta sfv 35 other says' "Both myself and wife McRobcrts & Stagg passed out through his back, the the Kerrill More Imnw and am piepsred lo furnish Shiloh's Consumption Cur:. ut masts, in the thigh. Both parties have been Stanford, Ky.; Crow & Co., McKinney, Ky : K, Two miles South ot Stanford on Neat's Creek the pub ic with a kinds hcrnodire fish and I wi I contin-iAs in ihrir season. Address me at Carlisle, Ky W.CKAIO. STOCK OF WATCHES, running my 9n dr ivrriug nuvai 10 mj tin THE LAMEST and arc yet good friends. Turpin visits V. Jones Crab Orchard, Ky. in Man. ford and viinily turners M V. ELK1N' the wounded man daily. Ijiir will prob "IT t rt if CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. TJfQ! One ef the best In Lincoln Co , I1 ably recover. AHiHO. ' .M Acres; 30 Acre- fruit farm I Ever brought to this market Prices lower than aud 315 Acres good knob land, will be sold Octo T. C. Berry, night operator, has been Lcr 31 Send tor bill with complete information. the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Je.ctry He. FEME SOLE NOTICE. .. King, Moreland, Kv lam agent lor The Cincinnati Porter Iron paired on short notuc and wsiranttd. transferred to Livingston, and William Company and am prepared to furnish their Banks, from the K. T. road, placed here. Cleik s Ortie of the Lincoln Circuit Com, October 1. is'. I IRON ROOFING Wui. Baker has been appointed town FARM SALE. plaintiff, against lame II Mi Salhc marshal, instead of Thomas Proctor, reAt Jl 73 I'er souare, nails, paints, tV. , included. alt. Defendant. In Kqulty On account of ha i health, I offer for sale my TO SIIKMON, signed. J. W. Brown is in Kansas look- farm containing i.j acres farming land, well im- CivTitairial Notice Is herein' given that the plaintiff, Sallie JLl --LUO VLVO XM vJO JLV. Rowland, Ky. Utile lliatt, ha nlcd in the clerk's otfice of proved, and 70 acres timber land near by Kor 9 K. T. Fish has enter- particulars address. ing up a location. II. P. KSTF.S. the Lincoln Louri her petitum in equity against McKinney, Lincoln county, Ky 51 tf the defendant, James II lliatt, pramg the tourt ed school at Milligan, Tenn. J. M. Wilto empower her tnactas a leme sole with all the liams has returned from Milligan and rignts and privileges auinnrire bj Section (,.Art 1. nfLliin si of the General SUtutisnf Kentucky, LAND SALE. entered college at Mitchell, Ind. Night itle, husband and wife and that this notue has I am Age t Fo- - Tb- been ordered by the tlerk to be published in ihe Mace Miller is at home on the operator 100 acres on the Somerset nnd Crab Oonhard new . paper pumisnco airoad hall way between the two places. Well of sick IN. good water at end ol porch. Half c ejivd and 30 13 Receiving His LITA COAL, IlAIIKV tltrl in grass, A good cutlet for cat lie, hogs The McCrcary club will meet here acres sheep. W II Mititti, Alt) W O. WALI.ACK, And will keep It constvntly on hands ill my yards and on Saturday, Oct. I!, to transact imporDabney Ky in sianiora. S.JIf tant business. Democratic meetings will Also LImo, Sand and Hair.1 A New Lirerj, Feed mi Sale SUbk ! lie held at the following places on dates Oive me a Call given below: Skaggs creek, at Bradley's SAW MILL FOR SALE! Goods Warranted and aPerfect lit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial JOHN II HKJC.INN. Stanford. I have puri hated the brn k Stable on mill, Tuesday, Oct. 1(1; Livingston, school Alut) Livnd nml Stock house, Wednesday, October 17; Copper As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great creek.Tate's mill, Friday, Oct. I!; Glades, sacrifice 1 saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Formerly occupied bv I K Ilruce. but more re and 10 horse engines, a stw works, ox log wag l'roetor's school house, Saturday, Oct. on 3 wagons. Durkboim. snriuir was Oasey and Elsewhere. ccntly b John II. Carpenter base put the Sla - wh siiu u.c- - ui ..iiic, j muies, wiiu lurnisning v. .ill ui;iiiuvitiii uis vaiiitaii) iviutniuic iiurM:, ii.iiir.. j j inuroun repair Havimr bren amhorifeJ hv Mr C. C. Vjn.ln. feed of all kinds. bran !. . 1. ,. ...Ill grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of, ...1 i ...l"-'1.1 .! !. U1 lU iUTCllll,-vvlliua III ,noh ,and He ,iml)etcJ. Will sell nnvatelv. ' dale, nronrie.or nf rll..;.;.l I, Knit,, M.I ...I,;. , ' ,r SMITH, Bucrc-iesagent fur the purchase of wheat in this section of NOW StOCk of First-Clas- s . bo OrgiUlizeil at all the aboVC platTS Oil lates Kiveii and at otlier points in tlie ,t"."""r,"",iiiiiiuit iiuuiivi iu icr inc uciprc en rl""n"".:?""m' oianawieoi Surreys, &c, SldingN, FlniMliltijt ui tiic fotintv later, gsging their crops elsewhere, llavirg beeti in This remedy is becoming so well known and so I popular as to need no special mention All who ' have uted Electric Hitters sing- the same song oft praise. A purer uicuicine uoes 1101 cxisi una u is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klectrlc Hitters will cure all diseases of thel.lv er and will remove Pimples, Moils, Salt Hheiiiu and other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the svstctn and prevent as well us cure all Malarial Kcvers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klectrlc Hitters. Kntire satisfaction gauranteed or ' money refunded Price 50c and Jt per bottle a A. H. Penny's drug store. Kid-ncj- tv, In Usiin- - reincved to lhi place limit I I practice hlv profession, call the Httinlin of the fact that lie will bo read) nl nil hours pub lie to the dav or night to answer mils in town or country. Thirtv years of hl lilr were spent in Mauloiil ami to speak ol Ins bi,il as he deems it unnect-aiarA share of the patron . a plijsb Ian aiiJ surgeon ace tiie neonii 01 (anumi imi sis. mn bVh.nt iH 1 .isu POWDER Absolutely Pure. 1 wtKIWJW' 1 BTWftiTfssisi WALL FAPXK and J' U KIN IT U JrCE. JO, JK. Mm Mountain Lands ! infurma-mti..n- have 400 acres, more or less, of Mountain. Coal and Timber Lands that I will sell at s birgaln. I have a store roomlu rent lor a furmtura and unThis powder never varies. A marvel ol purity dertaking, hardware or tinner's rslablilinteiit. , strength and wholesomenets More economical good for in dsvs for further than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be told in These are CWMKTCALK write M competition with the multitude of low test, short Ky. llarbourville, 35 weight alum or phosphate powders Sold only in cans. Roval Baking Povvd- -r Co., 106 Wall Street. New Vurk. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. MtJkJCtMtJM tj LUMBER YARD 1 3 H iD)ii7vrTTr MJAXi X4 I. J T Canker-Mout- 1 vs FOB, House and NEW Acres Land I ojs-ler- s W. I I TO BTTrLDEKS 11 Koof-in- g FOR IVIIi-Hiat- l. 6o-i- mi n niDif 11-tJ- ; .lM mw FOR NEW COAX YARD. SUPERIOR ! 1 M ERCH ANT TAI LOR FALL Wi.i.,n 11 --tr.- AND WINTER GOODS. ' 6i-t- f Depot Street, Stanford, 1 111 1 1 1 s 11 .1 STMF0RD P'LMING MILL Flooring, A. C. SINE, CO. -., ,, I Cliauncy Iarkins, n young fanner near Steplienstown, X. Y., courted wix 'iih in out week and all refusing liim, lie went and hanged liiui.self. After iserving .(." yearn of a life sentence the governor of New York has pardoned Michael (iorman. He is now an old man and must be supported by bin friends, if lie has any. - John Sjiahn and George I.e Blanche, the Marine, convicted of aidingand abetting the female t on Xavy Island, were sentenced respectively to five and a half aud three months in the penitentiary. A St. Paul paper, with the reports from each county, figures the decrease in the crop of wheat this year against last at 40 per cent, iu Dakota and Minnesota, which would make tliO yield about (K),- prize-ligh- PUBLIC SALE! On the paeinUes a der on We will sell at public auction to the highest bid- the trade about the business, I declaration that transfer of your ceriied, iiui twenty ears, 1 am familiar with And am prepared to accommodate all who may feel warrauted, therefore, in the favor me with their patronage (use me a trial I will be able to taulnate Ihe ofVtf J N. MKNKFEK crops lo the advantige of all con-jS J It GREKN. .... Photi-graphe- SATURDAY, OCT. ao, 88, FINE FARM OF 271 ACRES, CTJT TTTTB OUT. Celling, Lumber, ItlouldiiigH, liraeketM, Scroll Work, FruincH, SnMli, Door, IlllmlK, Vernndu Work, Etc. S Superintendent. MICOTAWWlNrM., .Ami PorBonnlty. I, SCIILKOKL, the Richmond i I be in Stanford, 000,000 bushels. The Grand Army of the Hepnblie 0 contains 100,000 members, of whom are republicans, and yet is is said to organization. It would be a lie a good thing if every democrat would withdraw from the show and make it unanimous. Louisville Times. XiO,-00non-politic- Known as the 'Clnlhowiu Farm," formerly owned I will by Dr. K J Ilreckiuridge, and situated on Knob Dinville sell at public auction on my place on the and lluitonville pike, il miles Lick pike about a miles from Shelby City. A latter place and J, mile from Moreland from Ihr Station, good residence on the farm and the outhouses in and convenient to churches and schools, on good repair abundance ot fine water The l.trm is vs ell fenced and in a tine state of cultivation. This farm will be sold publicly on the above date if not sold privately before. A bargain can be had in this farm. Mr Farm of about 315 Acres of llluc.Or.in Land About 73 acres in cutivalion; a$ acres In iim,-bc- r 'I'm us, Half cash and balance in I and a ears, and the remainder in grass in ccii.il payments, with interest. It has on il a frame duelling, containing 7 rooms, The T. 1. 1111,1. ami J W. ALCOUN, 6?-toutbuildings are roomy and in good repair. Farm Stanford, K) Is well watered The place will be offered in three parts and then as a whole, and the best aggregate taken. Terms made known on day of sale Posdesession gitcn immediate)!-- , or as sires. MT. VERNON, KY. At the same time and place I vi ill sell my personal property, consisting of a good farming brood Mares, both of ihcin in toal to a Jack; one good saddle and harness Horse, and one ear-old well-knoThis old and Hotel is still maintainFilly and one v car-ol- d Horse, one ing its line reputation. Charges reasonable. Spework mare Mule, 1 weanling Mul- - Coll, 6 or 8 cial attention to Ihe traveling public. head of Milk Cows, a Kit 01 young Cattle, consisting of Mcers, Heifers and Calves; a lot of Hogs .vl. I'. NEWCOMB, Prop., and Shoals: a good lot of Farming Implements Sj-t- Wednesday, Oct. 17, 1888, Aad will make negatives on Ihoic days by using the instantaneous process Pictures can be made just as well on cloudy as on clear das I also wish to mention thai parties having Pictures 10 Enlsrge in Crttson, Water Color or Oil. will find it to liieir advantage to have it done al home in. stead ot sending thrm off with strangers, as I can copy them just as cheap and give entire salisfac .... .I.- - neon! UI Lincoln county for .1,... 'I .r tneir patronage, ami hoping lor a continuance 01 me. I am erv ItesDectfullv f J I. SCI! I KISKL, Photographer .1 67-t- Tuesday. October 3 and 30 Tuesday. Novembor 13 and 27. Tuesday, Docombor 11 and 36. t To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Kuller Mills C'mpn wauls your crop of I'tSJ, and will pay in cash the whole highest matket price for il Do not sell without first seeing Superintendent Polls al Ihe .Mill or FOS1EH. the undersigned Pre. Stanford It oiler Mills Co 31 II LO"-"I- D MtKlNNF.V, & CO., J. T. STTTTOIT . CO- K. HUaTONVILLE, KY. Are slit In ihe business and rcaj) lo d i a. Iking In Ihe L nderlaklng line We have a f slock of Cases and L'asVhs ol all kinds and Robe of every de criplion Our hearse, hlch Is near y n w .in I e obtained tn short notice Mr J I! l.ieen b is chargn of our business und will sh w our goods to an) one necdlog snjthlng in o r NEWCOMB HOTEL. SPECrai-ATIOl- T. ER, BANKER AND BROKER GEO. & 4s a7r0.t 31 countr) famous Sirup 01 Figs and to iret vour tirescrliitlons iirnmiitlv and cor rrctly rilled at all hours, and to get vour Staple i:..v. . wi 1 ....!it:!, iiiiv "!.gars, 1 onei Articles, vc .goto Dr JI A WILLIAMS l.ovU R Co , .McKinncv will attend to our drug department; also attend to the wants of the slik, night or dav, In town or For Drugs, Medicines, the yj Hroaday and New Street, I"' 64 If Mt. Vernon, Ky. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY. PUBLIC SPEAKING. PROPRIETOR.) NEW VORK CUT and Household and Kitchen Furniture; 8 to 12 Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and tonsof Timothy and Millet Hav, a lot of Oats, a small lot nf Wheat and a lot of Corn. Petroleum. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale IIOL'OHT.SOLD.V CAKItlKI) ON MAKOIN J P. LAND, T. II. English, Auctioneer. Moreland, Ky. 61 iv P for explanatory pamphlet P. S. .10 bee hives wilt be sold also STANFORD FEMALE 00LLEGE MANFORD, Ki TO THE NOTICE ! CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. H.svinj recently equipped a fine Roller Mill lin ihe town of Stanford thai we defy any Milt t ciiialin iiuihly of dour, we think Ihe cmiens n the cminiy should have cointy pride enough ! patronue and sustain the sinie U' wish lo 1.1 form whom 11 may concern thai we are in Ihe market lo buy your wheat and cum and will a! wa 1 give the highest market price for same. We have aJded some new machinery to our men meal department and can now make meal t.v sun any persou. It cannot be enuatled by any other mill We solicit a trial in our Hour and in tins vicinity meal deparlmeut. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will he found at all times, who will give Ihe best prices for same. Hran and shlpsiurT always in ock w. N, POTTS, If. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co C, W. M.TCALr J J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Kightccnih )p.ir In gins on THE FLORENCE Hon. James B. McCreary, .Democratic nominee for Congress in the 8th Congressional District of Kentucky, will speak at the following times nd places; Salvlsa Friday, October uth Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porteriot this Popular House, f. 107-t- THE GALT HOUSE, WASHING MACHINE Monday, September 3, '88 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I Two Pianos, one Organ, two Wardrobes, two Dining Room Safes, one Walnut Extension Dili, ing Table, one Hook. Case, one large Iledstead and Wire Springs, Pillows, Blankets, Coal Oil DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. Tank and many other things, For cash these articles can be had at a bargain. Apply to In addition to the appointment of Hon. James t ALEX S. t'AXTON. Stanford , Ky. 11, McCreary t Stanford on the 17th, and at Also 1 clocks, pillws Blankets and three goo'd the i8ih of October, the Democratic mattresses. County Comuilitcc h! arranged for speaking at the following limes and placra: S7TJT15XVIS; W'aynesburj, Saiutday afternoon, Oct.ioih, '33. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 'Goshen, Saturday evening, Oct. sotb. Stanford, Monday afternoon, Oct. und. MT. VERXOlsr, R. V. Crab Orchird, Saturday afternoon Oct. a;lh. McKlnne), Saturday night, Oct. 171I1. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store, Stanford, Monday afternoon, Oct. sjtb. Special attention given to diseasei of children afternoon, Oct. 31st. Highland, Wediics-da1'reachersville, Wednesday night, Oct. 31st. South Fork Station, Thursday afternoon, Nov. 1. ;. II. HILTON, Mllledgevllle, Thursday night, Nov. it. r. rt. Davis, Jlustonsille, I'riday alternoon, Nov. and. 11 right's School House, Friday night, Nov. and. NT Oitcnhclin, Saturday afternoon, Nov. 3rd. -- UKAI.KR IN- Kingsvllle, Saturday night, Nov. 3rd 'Ihe names of the speakers to fill thise appoint-mui- U will be announced uh soon as arranged. ROWLAND. KV., s si s you made miserable by Indigestion, Consti- II ejust opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys' Are roots, anoci. ss.r Goods, pation, Dixinei, Los. of Appetite, Vellow Skin? sJlothing. Hats. Shiloh's Vitamer is a positive cure. McKobem Notions and Family Groceries Also dealers in Loal. Co., McKinney goods Country produce taken n exchange for V Slagg, Stanford, Ky.; Crow A at highest market price. Come one, come Ky. U.W.Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. all, ami learn Ihe advantages in trade. 53-s- Ilarrodshurg, Saturday, October ijth. Danville, Monday, October 15th. NichoUsville, Tuesday, October 161I1. Btf'Stanford. Wednesday, October 17th. Hustonvi le, Thursday, October 3th. Richmond, Saturday, October aoth Lancaster, Monday, October aid, Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, October 23d. London, Wednesday, October 14th Mc Kee, Thursday, October Jjth Ilooncville, Friday, October i6tfi. Annvllle, Saturday, October a;ih Hast nenisladl, Monday, October 39th. .Speaking will begin at 1 p. in. each day. Time will be divided with otlier candidates for Congress, WOOD WALLACE, THE GENTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES $2.50 4 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD' The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ingline will alvvayi be found In my store, I am agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the TURKISH best Laundry in the world. INC TO ROOMS, RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTEL. I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared lo furnish all who may wish lo save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try It and be convinced, I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied as lo its merlti. The undersigned have purchased Ihe Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherty, J W. Wallace, Dr. ilournc, Mrs S. P. Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, , Mrs. Amanda Peak, Oeorge Peyton, Alex llolti-clawC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M. Keland and many others. Carefully selected corps of teachers Thorough instruction. (tiod discipline. Ilest methods. 44 Send fur circular CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine llrass and Siring Hand in Attendance, from July ist to September tst. Rates greatly reduced $i per day and Jio per week and upward. THOMASNEWMAN, Manager; J AS. C. KINO, Resident Supt.; I). II. F.DMISTON, Clerk. fj,) t. MAW METOALP ATTYS. AT LAW HAYS. &irery, (eed aad Sale .Stable, M.F. K.LKIN, Headquarters at S. S, Mvers' store. REAL ESTATE ACTS. HARIlOURVILLKand PINKVIM.K, KV Will practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky Examinations of land titles made a specialty. Any site tracts of limber, coal and mineral lands for sale. Information furnished on any point and cor. respondence solicited. ;ili-tf A R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCF.SSOR TO C. A. BENEDICT A CO., Well Drillers Pump Adjusters, MMIOHAEL, 511 4TH W. H. JACKSON A CO., PftO'RS. LONDON, KV., Good turnouts and saddle horses always on reasonable terms. London Is the most ient point on the railroad to reach places in the mountain section of the Slate. convenin the 10 THE HATTER, AVENUE. STANFORD, KV LOUISVILLB, KENTUCKY. iW We4ls drilled lo order and Pumps lurnlshti at factory prices. jo lor hir. The Nobbiest Most Stylish Stock of TOBACCONET. K. S. St.UITIM. IlllODII-At), Lrebanon Planing- 1871. 1888. - 91111, MY)Ei)BS JHOTE1--9 STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. well-kno- FALL HATS, Kvcr brought to the city of Louisville, now open kVMAV, INI). VI, riRKINS 1SJ7. HII.TO & DAVIS including the KNOX world-renown- A JOHN I. STETSON A CO'S. HATS Albright ib Martin beg t inform their many friends and customers of the change in firm name General Merchandise, io-t- Anda'somy own Importation of English Hats and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's Hotel still maintains This old and Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine its high reputation, and Its Proprietor is deterruin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, GAPS, the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention lo his Oucsti. Daggage conveyed to and Rlovet and otlier Furs, a specialty. Orders out. side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranfrom depot free of charge' Special accommodateed. Don't tail loordern NOHIIV HAT. Ui iyr tions to Commercial Travelers, MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends lo make many im- A OFFUTT, Proprietor, LEBANON, KV. provements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to Ihe interest of our customers. We will lioori, Sash, Illlnds. Frames, Casing. Base Mold-ing- s devote special attention to our Natural Leal Mantles Brackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you Ualiutcri, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 Counters, rloon.ig Siding. Shingles, Lath. Respectfully yours Rough and Dressed Lumber. your trade, we remain, KINS MARTIN A I' Send for prices before buying eltewhere. 9HBH