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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887011801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '" "r TVf '(' i , c -- yT'-y f Tywiypy iy tit (pwwr,- a pw-- iFfpy1' i 9 Sfetro PBtt & PeeMi ntefio STANFORD, KT., TUESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1887. m mtfn it NO. 195. For VOL. XIV. ofl a ten acre ranch LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE, II. K. TAYLOR, GAF1RARD COUNTY OEPAR7UENT. L.UMISEH. this year for $3,400. Wheat, corn, barley, bay, alfalfa (a species I have for tale all dlraea'tons of eeasoned yel- Of LOO AN COUN TY, la a Candidate or tho offlct im- The young folks inlu'ged in an Lancaster. low poplar framing material. Contractori or par ofHuperlntendrnt of Punlte Instruction, subject of clover that may be cut as many as seyen Miss llessle Eogleman, of Lincoln promptu dance at the Weatherford House tie wlihtiu lobar will find It to their laternt to the Deinocratlo Htate Convention. to call on me. tlni os a rear,) shrep, cattle, goats, hoga was visiting Mrs. Sam Engleman last week. Friday night. F It Kilt. Htanlord, Ky, 193 Ira. PubllaheA Tueidav and Friday horse, (mules, niggers and oxen are scarce Dunlap's sprightly letter in your last Over 100 new aults have been filed for -- AT and toll gates none at all) and a never endvery Sale Garrard Bargain. term ANNUMi CASH. ing supply of garden vegetables and fruits the January begins of theMonday, Circuit strikesagainstnear the centre face in its phil NOTICE TO CREDITORS S3 ippic our pernicious policy on the next court which lollbr lor sale privately In Btanford, Ky., a very -- such things help n man to make a living, OK T1IK be James W. Miller, Eq., of Memphis, common school question. madsrstood If waerodlt that 11.50 will dmlrabln resilience with wren rom and porch-Wr, don't they? "Well now," says that eame Mo., is visiting relative)! in this county. pected and demanded. of water tho door; ttable, smoke id Kev J C Uindolph entcrta'red a LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. Ac. About an atacre of ground In the lot.hou-e-Par practical man, and he is rightabout it, "in Mrs G. W. King and Miss Judith King, edified a large congregation on Sun ay at torme, dc, applj to Ml. G. AI.FOItD, 163- country possessing so many attractions of Crab Orchard, were guests of relatives the 1'resbyterlan church. The Cnristlan gent for J. It. Allord. W. P. WALTON All portoni havltw debti galnt tho Lincoln are rcqiieaiwl to present Land there mut bo some drawbacks what are last week C'uirch has secured the services of Elder J W. Companyalhliomce In Stanford, Ky.thein to Alcorn the drawback?'1 O. L.JttVilAlin. The enterprising correnponJent of the Iiillou fir the current year first and third CAtl'ORfJlA 137.41. I'ruldent. a 1st. The presence of the Chinese such telegraphed the fact Sundays Enquirtr at this place Letter Con sentence implies nn abundance of evil, to mm paper of the burning of the resiMr. Blakeman will enter on his next Jamas B Dunlap's Interesting MT VERNON, KY. which you peoplo beyond the Kicky dence of Mr. John W. Logan when no term of school at the College on Monday, eluded Tbliqld nd A clly Hotel la illll Mountains can not appreciate. y Thomson will Los Anoei.f.8, December SO, 1880. such fire occurred. Guild this ha called the 24th inst. Miss fine reputation Chargo I piopo.0 to opn on or about the 20th of Janreasonable. on it" Incendiary juiirunlini7 continue her sohonl at Mr. Williams' and uary a German ticlioo In Stanford I shall um Special attention to the traTellng public. In summer ins lv rn often quite hot that has a Ciinatown, has it wart to forward tchola s, so a ! M J about that limn no'o. a nrnminent. constant annoyance. - i. a I tbe eir.irti MissStllie Thurmond at the Parochial from 10 A M till Mers. A. II. Hice and i'ony It. E VXll'tf.k ,ri n.i. tbni might net an diquats knowledge of Ueruan 6 m Mt. Vernon, Ky, U moruinj, but the Academy. in the a'lernom the bref sets in from the Dusty roads that is, in the summer season; started lo Dinville and voough to trannct butlnew In ald U ngusge . or II For You have noticed the enterprise now Mr. liiloriiintlon cll on,T.V. I, lllngln, Orocer. ocean and cwiltnusi until about uiiilnlKht, in rainy weather if not in adobe ( do by) horsB they were driving endeavored to exA. Miller ffttZrM.VV. when it turns and blow bck from the soil they become packed hard and are ecute a war dance and in bo doing fell down on foot for shipDing 50,000 tons nf cannel 31 Lick of large trees, such as breaking tho buggy shafta Rod completely coal annually from Ken'Ucky to E island mountains fur the remainder of the night splendid IT. and far into the morning Tnui tho nights nak, ash, poplar, maple, Ac. Ac., thus ra.i- k- destroying the harness. Tne gentlemen This Is certainly a novel traffic, but the than two ing lumber and wood for fuel very high. were unhurt. parties seem to be in dead earnest. The re always kept cool -- no le I aut dally opening an phyint line of Fall Millinwill suflics for bed covering even Ctttfornta has the largest trees iu the world blanket ery, including all The many Lancaster friends of Mr great deposit of thi mineral is lccited in The Photographer, in July It is hard for dib to rendu that but I'm speaking of the general growth. and Mrs. W. A. Yantis, of Independence, or under -- Breckinridge county, and it will The name of the large trees, is 6rquoia,a Ky,, were pained to recivo the news of the of ciurse be shippnd by wy of New Or The Latest Novelties of the Seaion. the weather ii blue bliutrd cold in Kentucky to day, while I am sitting in tnv word wnich contains all the vowels aud litirnlnp ol their resldenco last Week. This leans. Kemucky, therefore, is about lo Alio Motions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collar! - You Cuffr ollhe, Thursday, Dec HOth, with no fire verlraps all rules by lnvinv four In n row. is the second time they have suffered the prove tbat the act of "carrying coals lo and Hud me ItucbtngmoCorttU, l)uitle etc. Bailwill at tho mi lately racated by and the windows up; however I kindled a Tne trees are situated in Mariposa county, los of their home by fire since removing Newcastle" is not auch a practical absurdl ie A Warren, next d .r to tb Mjurs Home. HATE DUl l tilt A II. ty as has been generally supposed. mall Gro one or two morning thin week the largest being 3'JO feet in height, 30 feet from Lancaster. seen the at the ground and having a bark oyer 12 During a casual call at Lebanon lat Made lo Hri nut the daintiness. I've Lancaster may be said to be enjoying a COMMERCIAL HOTEL lime thing done in Kentucky in June I inches thick 4th. The water supply I email Doom in me erection oi uwemug week I had n pleasant interview with your know tou would be amused to tee a Lo. not as good as it should be. With a few houes. Several are now in the course of former townsman, Frank Anthony, fle BY J. W. ADAMS, Angelea office store. There are two kind., exceptions of minor importance this com- erection and In the spring when the pro- seems to be as busy as of yore, and is cer - s official Everything the one baiore me ban a body two feet lone, pletes the list of evils, every one of which posed new streets are opened some twelve lainly a I bare lately purchaeed tHs hotel and have ii but little larger than a section of HOf can be removed or remedied. or fifteen gentlemen have signified their about his establishment seems to he in fi"e In business there is no lack of stir; trade intentions of building. This is a move in working order and running smoothly. Of made manytoImptorementi In It. pipe and, in fact, looks verv much like s ke-ityle, Trythlng In I Intend Money loans at one; the other kind is iust no stove at all, is driying right along. the right direction and this thing of half course Editor Hopper wis on the platform, and mikn only moderate charge. aereral years I Ai I hare bnoa the road lor THE INTERIOR JOURNAL know tbe wanta of traveling nen, and I will mike simply some k i1" 'n front of a checkered 10 per cent net -t- he note calls for 13 per the reddents in town having to hunt a catching items for his paper. Cimpbell 136-- 1 yr. with me. to reflector. Either ii sufficient I cent., but the morlgsge pays taxes. When place to remove to the first of every Janu- ville was beseiged by a host of Insatia e It to their Intereit stop coppr drummers, who, like Pharaoh's locusts, fillrimember that I u enjoying a model I say 10 per cent net that means on a well ary will be forever averted. And tho LoDlsrllle ed the atmosphere and clouded the beat summer day wben I read in the Intiiiior secured loan; if one trust to shrewd invest Hints From the Postmaster, NATIONAL BANK, ens I believe every one I saw, except Joi n CITIZENS Journal some time this winter that a lar mrnt and proper handling he plays without Wben you call at the office for your mail Hughes and Ntth Woodcock, was infesting crowd gathered in the court boua lo bear a limit. OI' VhilCAHTKU, KT. and the poslmastor hands it out, ask him if One year for only S3 two pipers for little I wish you a hsppj Nw Year. ltro. Utrnes, notwiltutandlng a bitterly that unfortunate road. Greensburg begin more than the price o! one. tbat is all. IS. DUMl.Ar. I saw a match age. Moat of the old CAPITAL - - - $135,000 00 J m raging. to show the marks of cold storm you ask for your mill, and he tells If game of base bill Ciriatmas day another citizens who gave it prestige in former days By paying us M you will Not on the Bills Tblf Cank aollclta accounts of lndlrldutla. firms your borne paper with the receive l,lor one year you there Is none, tell him there oaght to the passed from earth. Many of the more is advertised for January '1 1. It is not un and corporation!. Iu facilities lor making col repreeeniatlre oewipaper of the rtoutb, democratEast St. L)ul (urnished a sensation last be, then go home and send the rest of the have ic and for a tariff for revonue only, and tbe best, enterprising of a later generation have lection, In .11 iaru of tbe United States, are usual in Dcitnb to se bothers in the week brightest and that hss not beun approached since family around to asL at different times family weekly in the United are at all times granted riutes. Those ablest deilro to and found in Louisville and other bustling losurf at Lng llewh and Santa Monica, who examine a cample the strike. During the morning hours the through the day. they es proper copy of tbe Courier-Journaccommodations can do ao at this office. though the practice is not Kcneral, beta railroad depot is crowded with people waitcalities a more promising field of action. any reasonable to oner to lbs citiour serrlcea to ask We bog Don't bring your mail to the office until still contains many excellent zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking confined principally to hardened fishermen ing for the various trains. Yesterday an the mail closes, then curse the postmaster But the place Utter seldom rrpsat to the fullest and facilities, and asaurs them tbat any business sent and "lendsifee t," the people, who enjoy life "Uncle Tom's Cabin" party arrived and im- for not opening the mail bag and putting bsjfnr summer. love their dear old surroundings with filial u in all at all times have prompt and faltblul atbegan transferring its properly your letter in. mediately fondness. A band of music assembled at tention. Tke greatest singer in the world, Adeli- to a Jerseyville train Among the actors When you want a stamp on your letter the train and gave Alcorn and bride a Concert Grand, of Janne 14111, will sloe here on the 17th with the show are two Siberian bloodtell the postmaster to put it on; if he don't hearty and Parlor Grand. serenade aa they with a isating capacity of uary in a hall J. Ii. IIIOOINBOTHAM, hounds H)bertQray, of Eiat St. Louis like it lick him. In case you put it on Baby Grand, JOEL J. WALKEK, I.G0O, that has no fire and no place for were taking their deparlnre. This happy LKWI3 Y. LEAVKLL, was an interested spectator, as also was his yourself, soak it In your mouth long enough JOHN-OJ. W. LO AH, Upright Grand, conple have settled down quietly in J 8 one! Imagine yourtslf silting in the 8ian large Eogtlih mastiff. The latter watched to remoye the mucilage; it will then stick young T. M. AENOLD, L.F. UUBBLB, Sanaro Grand. hours on the for" Ojr II use for two Danville. B. Q.MULLIHS. J03.8IMPoON, the proceedings intently until the blood- until it is dry. We are opening tbe meat carefully selected, the of January 17th, without a fire A quart bottle of whiskv stood on the hounds were trotted out of the car. Both finest and beat stock: of Be sure and ask the postmaster to credit cars witb cloud sides are unpopular and the uastifl thought be you for atanir;if he haa any accomodation table wben Mra. Mary O'Neill left her were mottled PIANOS AND ORGANS toept when the rain is pouring down. saw a sjft thing. With a terrible growl he home on Cherry street, New York, for a J.M. HIOOINBOrHAM.PREiT. he will doit. The Congregational church in Los Angeles leaped on one of the bloodhounds and pro about him Ever brought to this city. Every Instrument la other day, leaving bar son LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, If you have a box stand and arum on it brief time the tbs pride of an artist aud prices range from 10 to is completely surronnded with rows of big J. P. 3ANDIFEB, CA8HIEU, 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask lor the ceeded to eat him up. The bloodhound until the postmaster bands out your mail; Johnny, aged five years, alone. When hia At the graduating B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. same goods. Persons ol musical and art culture whla lillei in bloom returned, some hours later, be waa handicapped as he was by ar invited to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cultihim feel good, especially if he Is mother the fought hard, but vated, refined tone and artist designs ol these celeerciM of the Chriatmai class ofmany the inutile, he was rapidly being reduced it makeson somebody else. His unconscious and the bottle empty. wailiog brated Instruments: MACK. BBUCE'8 school there were as State N iriaal show men slipface wasewolen and distorted and the ekin to pulp. Then ooe of the bouques and fljwer designs ai are seen at ped the muiile of the other bloodhound The World-rcnounc- tl Knabc, tho Fa Ad ATI no a 1s'ui3anoa -- "I was on a of a dark reddish hue. Efforts to revive Snow, June commencements in 8tanford. train in Iowa the other day," said a travel- him were fruitiest and he died that eight in Buggy & Implement House. niotts Decker & Son, the i'ouular Evaud be attacked the mastifl. The spectaslesl and cyclones never come and early ing man, "which stopped half an hour at a convulsions erett and the Reliable Nor England N Y. Herald. tors ran t way, and the bloodhounds soon rising has ton lu terrors. Pianos, down places. dinner station. A vain and dudish young had the Ui.tlfi bleeding in a Do theatrical stars employ a group of I have now On the subject of southern California bag persisted in forward to save his dog and fellow with a small band Mr Gray ran to tako a box and chatter while the The Celebrated Olough and Warren and being a health reiort I feel incompetent to walking up and down the platfortu directly people was bitten in the leg and arm. Two of the play is going on, in order that they may A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and nothing from a penoaal the John Uhnrch a Co. Organs. write lean sty in front of the coaches and gazng impu negro jubilee elngorn then attacked Mr. stalk down to the footlight and get off that othor Agricultural Implomonts, standpoint, having mver known what it Pleaso communicate with us for catalogues, term and fired dently in the face of the lady pwsengers old chestnut, "Perhaps we are disturbing and he drew r revolver Or nd prices. i was to want good health. I know that the tt. tt. A Is. J. COOK, Spetlal Ag'ts, Tne negroes were near tho open windows He was so in per the-- c people?" .Miss Ward was tho last to effect. Besides a la very great and twice without aianfonl, Ky. I soon found myself about msd numbiir of health seekers srreu'ed and Dome one in the crowd shot linent that Pniladelphia, but Or nOSj K. P.ICUAKD, talking sty that at the Chestnut, on that account wisn to be esiicllly care is enough to go out and gi7e him n . M. CarpenInferences: A The mastiff, or what They had Full Line ol Buggies and "Wagons ter, M. Philips, I!. Penny, Mrs James beat-li'- j, the bloodhound.!. the audience did't applaud. J. fui on this theme, for to me no prctlce in J. M Mooro and to. Out before I reached that point a roleft of him, is slid alivu. btan nru; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchr.eird it too often. more contemptible than that of conjuring guish ficed vuung wotnvi Bitting near me ard; Don. W J. Landraia and Miss Lltzte Huff133-- 1 Always on hard. In connection with my man, LancMur, Ky. jr Sixty years ago K .bin and Allen Wilber, settled hiin a gco l deal easier thn I could up lllii'i'e pictures bfforn th fevered (n There oro S7 persons hiM corporations in business, 1 will also carry a invalid I have heard of n grett of Mar fird, Ind., agreed that thercslier have done it. Sou otuck her head out ol Boston that sre aweeeed for moro than a cy nf on Complete Stock or Lumber, tnauv people whocUim that tlmy took one they would hsve nil property and business the window just as ho was going by and million each. The tax on $1,000,000 in nd who in common. ha called out to him. Both roi'jh ami dressed. Prices on everything as Tii li'e ptriuerihip fool out of the grtve lo com hero, 512 700 . cHWiiuptivr now. Oi never ben diolred; indeed, it is ssid thai look very lit'U like "Sy, smny, aio you soiling apples or Low um any oue. Sucklon's Arnica Sahe. course, they uny have exaggerated the r the brothers have never had the slightest psintiti'?" Tho but Salve lu tho world lor Cuts, Bruliea I solicit a share of your, patronage. Besptctfully IK they ore MISSISSIPPI "Toere w a titter the whole length of Hon, bait tthouni, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped ailments, as mny love to do, but tliir misunderstanding, an I ill. MIME, -- nu every itMrr by all w!io know the or, and no more annoyance from the Uiuds. Chilblains. Corns and alldkln truptluni, present elate mint be genuine rioh laid highly esteemed I. and poeltlvoly cures Piles, or no pay required. Thodlrect through lino and old established routs day look ol hoallh osn not be kMiimtd them. Tneir property is ntwohmly thn diidish young man on the platform irom It guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money I'nysicians cl.ttni that this is the sanita- properly of huh, thv neier givo Hny but Ciigo llrild rcfundrd. Price 25 cents per box. For aale by FJCVJG Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis JHntnnte', thev never cmlrci a dbt thnt rium f the world -- the name is claimed and all points in the West. Kru, ol tuc.o, ws married Penny A McAllster. Florida, North Carolina and many other in not equally binding upon ewi, and thoy An Old Citizen Speaks Thou batt go to IIOVIISF.'S for all thy Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulevlllo tc St. Louis, in September. 13S5, snd went on a brid.l Ihree (3) Dally Trains Irom Cincinnati Mr J. M. Knrrln, an oil ctiuu of Rome, Ua. Cbilsiuias li ods. ilsce. I am lrjin hard to preveTnt any are rare extmpiei of hap,iines aui proi tour iu Yirtt, during which nis wife to St. Louis. rewired dlrecf from B uroe tmog deceive.! by what I sir. It will perity. rajs that ho had been badly truublod with Kid- New Yurlr, City the has Justand c enpeel lot ever Only IO Iioum from Loulsrllle snd Cincinnati one nicest returning home he married a ney Complaint for a great many yoara and with died given tbs w tost. Louts. tot be obwrved that the testimony eo far G-Orsnt died t the bko ol 63. (Sen second wife, who liitewue died in a ehort Eczema for Once yearn; at times could scarcely brought shslt U neck otmedicine odi from Itourne I'nou bur Ihe llaasou; Bourno's goods are pure Toy life is Tho Only Lino by whioh you can isb.arfly. I know a few thinws -- only h Logan died tt the ago of G3 Gen. Il.ui lime. Two months later KniR was a third walk, and had tried many remedies without bentoo Tuluiototo rj.incrin4eibecdu1.j0f iuort rem got a Through Stooping Car (Jen. few. I know tint thr is no milnri hero. cck died at the nee of 01. efit, before be began tallu Electric III Iters and lime nurried, and in six weeks this wife anointing bis hands with Hucklcu's Arnica Salve, edles. shalt marr soon, very soin. Los Angeles Thou 1 know that fok!srrely visit Gen. Hal. From Clnclnatt todt. Louis. g of 00 died ai Hie died, Closely following her death This ireatmont afforded him great rollcrand bo Keason: Taricoose bono marketb this a hard .liwl at 5(1 Gen Geurge G Meide and that there are places a few miles up in winter a A Bourne's toilet articles "111 make TAA" came that of Kru's dsuchter, a seemingly ttrongly recommends Eloctrle (Jitters to all w bo Hire beautiful ooth th lmlow. (.It thu dixit rPVii C CO JJU.. is the only line running X 11U W. At H Thomas died turough from txulsTlla the mountains where ihey never come. 1 diedatf7. healthy yonni: lady of 18 years. Etch ol suffer with Kldnoy Complaints or need a Blood not no Ire to marry, thou oor dosire to bo enrled and Cincinnati to 81. L.uls, all other routes being becauoeof tny luauty. know that tliotisiud come here fjr health at 61 Gen W. T Shermnn is tho only ides four parsons was insured for $1,000 in Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAllster. fishing. has inadu up of a combination of small roads. Bourns Tbousbili go hunting and I know that vat numbers claim that they ono of the few greatest generals of the war the Knights and Ladies of Honor, in lavor thf materials Most Excellent. Thnii h.it hT n bitir a fiddle, an accordion, Tho Ohio A Mississippi Kallwny runs Palatial have I know that manr beyond the fatal 63, feel benefi cJ. on who hs pnwed J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxrllle, Tenn., tIhIiu sirlngs lampi, Iraiuos, pictures, mirrors, tjlenpimt Larsday nunt trams; Luxuriant rar-I0- 1 of Kroi;, and the funeral of his daughter Cars on trains: Klrganl Day Coaco warrantel welry. hnvo bien healfd. 1 and F.rngutilH greatest naval hero. writes; "My family aud I are beneficiaries of your told me that they es on all train:. tties and vh slopped by the police Siturduy until uioit excellent medicine, Dr. King's Now Dlscov ev.nouitiulMS to Stanford.tbe finest lot of candles I've seen more people here who r urount kuow that Direct and close connections ire made In DNIOlf pending which Tnuusbalt kcp lu mind lhat I'ourre Is the The increa-i- in the output of iron and an invest'ustioncsn be had, try for Consumption; baring found It to be all DKi'tlTd with dlTergtug lines by theO. A. M. claim that they are contented and. wouldn't cleverw mm (exceptor Cox) aud the lestman Hallway, thus uruidlng trublesome transyou claim fjr It, desire to testify to Its virKrug is under surveillance. been remarkable that any other place Hteel for the pnt year Ua el-with todeal than fers by other routes. live aiiywhore tue. My friends to whom I have recommended It "Hoses red, violets blue, Iron product for the past vear is pig -- hakeapeare Tbe Ohio A. Mtsisslppl ttattway is the only 11ns With due deference to ihe honorable Dr. King's Mew praise it at every opportunity." Bourne's is the place lor you. I'vu known. I know tbat there i ebjoy The gross tons, or 40 per telwoen Louisville, Clucluuatl and dt. Louis In fact, tbe half ol bis glories aud fine goods ol the other gentlemen, our judg- Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure under one management, runnlug all Its n.m ll the time. Lot those lo adore placed at 5 000 000 the year 1885. The liaro uot been told tbea. trains through solid and lu consequence of the Hon Coughs, 'olds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and liylnc while cent, more than for ment leads us to the support balmy air, out door life anil Uoute is recognized Firet-Clais 1,500,000 tons, afiectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Tritbose Cities. Loa Angles (I would Ksssemer steel rail output D. Htrris, and, In future isaue. we John Ihey do live, consider Buttles Kreuat Penny &. McAllster'a Drug Store. HUITtfMAW, al XjHB F. Apply to ticket Agenia of connecting lines for than 50 per cent, greater than for shall ..niUiut I..Imt if this or more ii i full particulars aa to rates, time, maps, clrculari Rive our readers, as we think, ample Lnrgislie. SI. Mice to auu iu in -.or any desired Information, or write to reason for our choice of this gentleman. the attention or nny seeker me prev.oun Qreen's Electric Oil euros all aches and pains. HUXtOEON BOUT. H. KultMAN, L,l,h. to whom I can be of service, other branches of the iron airf steel indus- - We mvy now eay thai we believe him to be For sale by Mclloberta A Stagg at 60c. 8TANFOKD, KY. Trav. Pass. Ag't O. X M. K'y, Somerset, Ky. W. B.BUATXUC, JOHN K BaBNABD, nearly the mme proportion. personal Iry is in the next governor, ne iB the "Farmer Man'gr, frts. and tion'lCtncinnuti, O.(Jen. Pass. Ag't, (Ireen's (5olden Balm, sure cU4 for Catarrh at Offlc Bouth slds Main Street, two doors 6 I'll take pleasure in anBwerlnj; the Myers Hotol. law nf what I true Kentuckian and will 60c, at McKoberts .1-- Stagg's. her If yon have no buaiuwi ai a place don't HtaleJinan,1 letters and in sivinK the tneGt PureNltious Uzlds Gas administered tiqulred. learn from others. J. 11. D ) I agree slay there tinier you are "ure you are rIv make Ihe very kind of a governor now colds. can Uteflreen Cough Balsam for cougbs and facte, It needed by the Stale. And further, he can Piles 50c. For aale by MelloberU A Stagg. in somebody pleasure without eeriotib in not to kIvo opinions, but to statu A delicate seuee, unite the democracy of the Stale, ao aa to is the almost universal pro convenience '.o any. is a fact that it conn which tolls when It is lime to uo and when snow under any oppoitl in, to the tune of diction of those who have seen this alive now who to tarry, is Iwlco blest, bleesinK him that 50,000 or 75,000. -- Hawseville Plaindealer STAKVOKD, KY. , "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." try that thero are children 'When Baby was nick, we Rvo horCastorU, Tito Orlirliinl 11111I Only (Jruulno. will sco it th most thickly populated por and him that Urrie WALTON, - - Propriotor sqIsiwsts lttliM4 Itfwtrsof Johnny, "my a) W. P. 08 "Mr Ltghthea J," said th prnctir-A-l Ilrnicsrltt J Whta alio nu a Child, she cried for Ciuloria, IoILlmuMs 10 LADIES. Ak " Uk! lion of tho United Biates. The iir.er (S5k mull. C'h!lhr.tr. Lu l!lllifc Four years ao the town of Webater, D. ter treats you holter'n atie does me "Does Wben ahs lxvcame Miss, she clnng to Cajtori, r relwrit m are the f.umn.iw iuruilMrte Ihrmlrul C. Mka, and vory properly, too, "What n NAME PAPER. llhrtfr T., wasunpeipled. Raoently religions ser- ehe Johnn?" nskod Llghthead, with Whan ahs ha-- I Children, abo gave them Caitori. orani-epeopl- - to live oi? They enn't eat denomlua-tionainfiso?'' "Well, laugh. "Wnydoyou think H1il by DruKcUU rcrywhrrr. Art fM "Cblkr Bite of Stage, 20x50. Eight wmrdote sou of Bcsa. vices were held by Bve diflerenl I'l""- - TUsUuir tee's KaslUb" ind wear clima.r." A market fur fruits ery. Beating capacity, including gallery, I heard her tell w ehe gave you lots of different churchef.-Oaicu- (o rates to good attr&ctlpns. M.L. BOUBNK, EUnfotd, I Forsileby Dr. country rich. would make nlone tally, but nho never glyus me uny." Herald. sold oranf know nn old senile" WS ffio ata NEWCOMB HOTJSft well-knota QEKMLtN SCHOOL. M-r- 83-- MUSLIN ilt JE. II. FOX, to Order. Danville, Frames - - Ky. J62-2- I first-clas- McKINNEY. KY. X Grand Combination first-clu- Weekly Courier Journal Courier-Journa- cuto-ner- al DinECTORS: PIANOS ! well-execu- ted N, 8tri alrt OPFICERSi .o.l-offi- o. & to-d- ay I. "-- COJE&ANDS! 2v re n. -o nk fr e, er-o- ry ,., !,,... DJGHTI8T, PENNYROYAL PILLS OPERA HOUSE jr s ve to l'niTl .Vtiisajr.--'.J- u . AAlsafalakswk.-Uy- - .'.'.V V N' We understand luai Gentry Evans was married Sunday. This division of the L. & N. ran 111 January 18, ISH7 Stanford, Ky.. trains last Friday. Rv Pope, of Knox county, preached at tht! Curisllanc'iurch Sunday. W. P. WALTON. Dcftlor in- The drawings of the Louisiana Lot tery still disappoint n number of its pa trons nt thin plnce In nominating our esteemed friend, the talented orator and profound lawyer, Col Mr. J. L Her.zinan, the German genWilliam O. Bradley for governor on toe tleman, who advertises to open a German NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. republic u ticket, mo took occasion to refer school in Stanford, taught a session at this to his miliiarf record in these words: "lie general satisfacMrs. Henry W. Winn died ner Bloom place last spring and gave was a gallant colonel in the Federal army tion to his pupils. ington III , after fasting 47 days. and bavins: fought with great heroism Win. Prior and Mia Lfzzie Ward, of W M. Clement, late general manager through four years of bloody war, he is Mareiburg, this county; were married is dead. of the Cincinnati 8utbern, just the man to catch the soldier vote, and Thursday. License were issued Saturday The business portion of Lawrence, give the hero of Fort Djneleon, who smell lo Mr. A. L Hurst, of Brudhoid to wed Kansas, euflred $200,000 loss by fire, Mies Susie Harris ed powder a little himself, a power of fun Tucker's substitute lor the Senate bill Miss Alice Lewi la teaching a subscrip in the canvas, should he be the democratic passed to suppress poligamy in Utah has tion school at the Cove, near Pleasant Valnominee " We knew that we were stretch the House. ! ing the blanket fearfully, but it sounded lr.Mnj- - one at Pine Judge Dellaven, of LaUratige, has ley, W, R. Cre and we were willing to do or say pretty Hill and Mrs. T. L. Diniels opens one at written a card declining to be a candidate this place this week. meet anything to advance the Interests of for governor. our friend, ami consequently did not label The Kansas railroad, of which Mr. L. The Ksnsas City Dramatic Company of papers copied the ita"joak." Ir Mr. Watterson till turn his attention gave an unsatisfactory performance at To S. Jones, one of our former citizens, is article in Rood faith and our hero was be- for a few days from critic zing the Preai- president, held a meeting in Louisville lona, III., and were mobbed. last week aud determined to push the road coming famous ns a mighty warrior, when dent and order his 100,000 Kentuckians, Chief Justice James Jackson, of Georthe Danville Advocate with malice afore- armed this time, to march upon Indianapoto completion. The road is to start from gia, died at Atlanta last week, aged G7. He thought and evit prepense, endeavor to lis and wipe from the face of the eaith the some point in Kansas and run to El Paso, served in Congress before the war. Texas They are backed by New York item the current of the greateat boom of republicans of the Legislature assembled W. C. Whittborne, who has relatives capitalists and something like a thousand the century by reproducing our article and there, who are overriding the will of the in Danville, was chosen U. S Senator to adding this hateful comment: "We think majority, justice and fair play, by unseat miles of road is to be built. suceed Judge Jackson, in Tennessee. Mr Jno Bullio, a member of the firm our neighbor is somewhat "oil" on the war ing democratic members without a particle McLean county, this State, was added of Va'x A Bullio, who built the masonry record of Col. Bradley. Our understand- of legal or valid excuse, we promise to res to the list of "drys" last week, every preon the K. C. Extension, waa here Sunday ing is that the "Colonel" did not risk the pond with the Gnest company that can be cinct giving a majority for prohibition. and informed us that they had the contract shedding of any blood in the late "tin started. la all earnestness the situation in Judge Pratt decides that McQuade, the for all the masonry on the C. V Branch pleasantness," but secured his title on Indiana demands the most heroic treatment New York boodle alderman, must serve the from Corbin to Pinoville. This firm made bia good looks." Our usually well inform and the honest men of the country will ap sentence of eoven years and pay the fine of many frieads among our people while at d neighbor is himself more than somewhat plaud any means the democrats may em $5,000. work on the K. C. and we are glad to off. Col. Bradly did risk the shedding of ploy to drive the usurpers into fail or ob The assessed value of property nnder know they have succeeded in making history of Kentucky, scurity. blood, for Smith's the new law in Woodford county is $7 914,-03- money as well aa friends in their several now before ns, says he enlisted at the ten Rejumm's Interstate Commerce Bill, an increase of nearly two million over contracts since they were with tit. der age of 14, careful however to omit fur which it to cure all the evils of excessive last year. "Since the grand jury haa adjourned a ther reference. That justice may be done railroad charges and discriminations, in a Thirty thousand pounds of powder ex- number of the boys have returned," from friend, who is as pretty as he is bril our e at Goes Station, O. horn, passed the Sanate by 43 to 15. The ploded in a a prostrate form liant, we are preparing at great cost and in House will follow suit and then the mem- causing great damage to property, but no various chestnut-ban- g an infuriated "return," stands above it convenience a true history of his military bers will come marching home to prove to lora of life with a hug club. After slightly recover achievements from the most reliable data Madison's assessment is increased some their constituents that they wern't. afraid to ing and promising faithfully to do so no obtainable, which we shall publish in due vote against a railroad, even with a couple $3 000.000 by the new law and the total time, and nntil then we asx the public to of dozens of free tickets in their pockets. taxable value of the property of the county more the paragrapher is told to go hii way in peace, and waa admonished to refrain in hold itr breath and not express an opinion The bill would look a great deal better if is $10,000 000. referring to the "good in the premises until all the facta are before just 140 the future from In Bangor, Maine, there are it had a few lines in the section forbidding bunting in the big woods now." "The fish them. a greater charge for the abort than the liquor ealoona open. Itseema that prohl are biting well" or about digging fish CuJvrRiua, the young lawyer who se- long houl, prohibiting members of Con- bttlon doea prohibit prohibition, at least. worms in the snow," of course he will col Madison gress from being hauled either the long or Courier-Journa- l. duced his couiin, Fannie Lillian do it again, though its rather difficult to and then threw her into the reservoir at the ahor. distance except for the cash that A dwelling belonging to Deputy tell ''the same old tale" in a new way Richmond, V., to keep the result of their other people pay, Baldwin, at Nicholaaville, and occu court after court, and the paragrapher in from becoming public, and enable him, Rowland, burned on Friday by Paris physicians are making some won- pied noJeff should have your sympathy in his eflorls it is said, to marry another young lady, insurance. night; derfully successful experiments in hypno to keep you posted in the movements of the paid the penalty with his life Friday. Toe William Agnew, January 3, killed his "boys." tism and proving as perfectly practicable prominence of the parties, one being a dewife in their home at Palmyra, N. J., and Circuit court adjourned Friday at 10 the transmission by magnetism from one scendant of President Tyler and the other slept with the body until the crime was o'clock. Tne attachment suit of J B, person to another of certain nervous pheof Mr Madison, gave the case a wide interdiscovered on the 14th. Tye vs. The Nickel Plate Coal Co., at Eut nomena, each ai dumbness, paralysis of the est, and it has been tho local sensation since Frank Jamea, the retierd bandit, ia in Bernstadt, brought to this court by change legs and arm, violent paina and coxalgia, the deed was committed in Much, 1885 and the fiaal elimination St. Louis aeekicg employment, failing to of venue from London, came up before of the evil from Every effort was made by influential friend secure which, be will engsge in a small bua Judge Morrow Wednesday. The attach the original auffarer. Toe dispatch states to save the neck of the heartless young aiA-ItJin ess on his own account. ment waa discharged, Johnson, the man II AHDIN, Lnto Montloollo, Clorlc. first sight to be criminal, bnt without avail, and he met that the cures seem at George Hearst haa been nominated by who haa been in jail aome daya charged nothing abort of miracles, and certainly death, like he had passed through the trythe democrats of the California Legislature with wife beating, waa released, no witnessing ordeal of a trial, conviction, sentence they equal in dramatic intensity many cas to be U 8 Senator, but unfortunately a es appearing. J K McClary waa appointes narrated in the New Testament. and snberqr.ent imprisonment, with that nomination is not exactly equal to an elec ed Master Commissioner and S. L. Whitestoical indifference that has characterized The democrats of Indiana continue t o tion. head Trustee of the Jury Fund. The A fire in the penitentiary at Frankfort him from tne beginning. Not a tremor es- play the devil With such worthy men as grand jury found about 75 indictments, caped bim and he refused to confess or de- McDonald, Holman and others from which destroyed the furniture, broom and shoe principally against parsons carrying conand ny his guilt to the last. The conviction to choose a Senator, they nominated Judge departments, the loss on the building cealed weapons and those selling liquor slock being estimated at $75 000; insurance, was entirety on circumstantial evidence, David Turpie, a pretty good man, but pm The following lawyers not mentioned in escaped. -- OaiLBSSINbut it was so strong that but little doubt of sessing neither the qualifications nor the $50000 None of the convicts "Upper Table Rck," on the Canadian last report, were here during the litter part He was the deserved promotion that the others do. his guilt conld bettntertained H. F Finley, Drugs, Books, Stationery and Niagara Fa I a. haa fallen. Piled of the week: C W. S5-) nly one that could have wished to have When Mr Bright waa expelled from the aide at in Williamsburg; W O WVIch, Stanford; W up below is a mass of rock 1,000 feet ranuy Hriiuios. puic the poor girl out of the war, and he either U. 8 Senate in 1863 Turpie was appointed rVV? Wa mr' O. iltnsford, Crab Orchsrd; R bert Cook, GO in width and 170 in depth, cov murdered her or she committed suicide in his stead and served the remaining 50 length, A L Bron, Manchester. PhTilclnni prMcrlplloniarruratrlj compounded. ered by hundreds of tons of ice, which fell and Hit Ihcb are all against the latter theo days of the term. He is at present U S, Mrs U. D Woods came up from Hus with it. SrV i ft iMM.Ii.m v A5a ry. Ft( m 6rt to last the cose has created District Attorney. Jr..t"flz In the criminal court in Lmrence tonillo Friday to HHH hr iOHtr, Mrs 8 W " tTiT"" .u of Jama Jrter even more interest than that Tub republicans of the Indiana L'giala county Tom Carter was sentenced to the Psrris Mrs 8 E Higgins, their mothe , Phillip who whs hung a decade or omio is also here. Oiir young lure renominated Senator Hiirisun and penitentiary for life as an accomplice in the 'roui The Laroat Stock of Watches, Mocks, there li r the murder of hit wife, wiopciii linn been they will elect him, too, no matter how murder ot Fi'ber Marcnm. Pud Murcum, friend, W E Smith, of Jxrd-n- . Jowolry and Silverware yic'ion wmalsn nncircumsianti&l evidence. xiotion foreman nt Pino Hi1! much rascality is n quire i nor how manv h did the killing, has been sentenced to wan permit-e(utt t a Cluvt-rit- i to The f'rlrrt Uirr than Mr J A FrreM, fur some time srHMnni IjTtr bought to tbltniarkM democratic members it will be ntc ssary to be hing inn Lownl Watrho, Inrkt nnd Jrwelrr ll- bant' show that U e law is still supreme in , palrM on hn. tmiir nrxl w.innl agent nt Pine Hill Nnd recently ngnt at unseat Oie thing can ba aid of - Robert Evans Sproule, an American Virginia He never would have adorned have the courage cilirdii wb hani-ethey in Vctoris, B C, last Liretto, lias bpn s.iend to the Iimlon test! the gallows in this Slate on the same (lice instead of Mr. J M Puckett resign to execute their plana, devilish and diabol for murder he could not have comweek, monv. . ed, to go into other business, Mr. Green ic.nl though thnv bn mitted, being many miles away A broth Jack Cox an eminent CBtiz?n of the co living hero for last er of 8proule has sued the Province for Moore, who has besn A Michigan woman is oaring a biblizy mountain village of Hmel Green, loved year, returned lo his home nt Temple, Ga., $50,('00 damages wbiskv not wlsly hut too well, but wsb cal command with a vengeance, that to in Gen Wickham told the strikers nt and writes that he was inarriel last week. cured of the pernicious habit cretsfl and multiply. Two years nun she permanently e and children, of Nishville, arNewport News that if they would return to Mrs. R fel gave birth to twins, a year later to tripletts of drnking i a few days ago. Sim rived hereStturday. T H Clay went to work av old wages he would after three low bet him $50 to a nickel that he could and a few days ao she astonished thu na(or an the cities Monday. Mr. Walker Frv, ol by presenting a litter of four they months consider their application If not drink three large tumblers full at one tives HftjT - j lCTTfirVT'lllaaaf"afli 4. st. increase. They went to work and the mili- ihe Danville 'Jribune, was canvassing for performance He put up his nickel, put are all boys, nnd live, some fellow can O W. Hockins his paper here i'hmsday tary was withdrawn. down the whisky and won the bet, but in a mane Dig money oy employing mem as a -- At New B)ston, III , J.mes F. Dough has 8 .'cured a position at Pleasant View a base ball nine. few moments he was where liquid brim K Cock has returned to ty shot and killed his sweetheart, Mi' a Ber engineer. James s i the only stone hea'ed to AM awful warning to loer not to kiss tna Benedict and then put a bullet through law school in Louisville Cnarles M Kan beverage, and a lake of fire the only place comes from Louisville. John Inigert spent his own brain, esch of them dying instant dall,of London, came down Saturday and for ablutions. the evening with the girl who had promis- ly. Both the victims of insane jealousy returned same day. Dr. Johnstone was called here to day to see Mrs 8. W Pai- John Town, who live near Wabash, ed to become his wife and when he arose to were highly respected. been very loir. 8ie is some Ind., needs to feel the halter draw ahout aa gn, indulged in the usual ovulatory perMis Lucy Stanley, who Uvea two miles ris, who has badly aa any one we have read of, He formance. As he did so he experienced a from Evanaville, on valuable property of better at this writing. Frank P Kirby has beat his wife to insensibility nnd then laid choking sensation and falling to the floor, ber own, baa been chosen to succeed her re returnrd from a trip to Qarrard, unit Anher on the railroad track for a enmiog died in a short time cently deceased sister, Emma Stanley, aa drew Baker after a brief tIhIi to Stanford It atill telling tho old roliablo OLIVER, and also ha an improvement that train lo finis'u the work, bnt she revived in the United the It is said that the House will refuse to Queen of goneGypsies inheadquarteia States Poultky VkR8U8 Beef. To bring sn ox ii dostind to make it much more popular than it has ever been, waa permitted time to crawl off, Tnat he of the to to the concur in the Senate bill to give Mm Lo- She baa a eihl of 1,200 to 1 400 pounds, fit for Don't buy a pnmp until you seethe BUCKET ELEVATOR, and for cutto live an hour after his capture shows that gan a $2 000 pension annually. There is tribe at Dayton, O., to attend the funeral of the butcher, requires four years or longer ting boxei buy the SKGTI0N CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST a little infusion of Kentucky blood would no sense or reason in such a disposal of the her sister, after which sho will be crowned in the point of time. The beef will pay 5 RANGES. NEW ARIZONA COOK 8T0VE8, &o. help that locality. public money, Mrs. Logan is no pauper She ia 10 years old and preossesslng in ap or G per cent, upon dost of food and out Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue UN Logan's successor in the Sena'e ha.i been and her husband waa not disabled sol- pearance a lay never over 8 per cent, if bred in tie ing, &c. named and it i Cnarles B. Farwell, a Chi- dier. Isaac Sprague, known aa the living Extern States. In six months from ) tit W B. McKlNNKY. cago millionaire, whose principal qualifica skeleton, died in a museum at Chicago last shell the same value in poultry say $100 AUUUdT WKILMNUKtl f Haloameo. Sanate Cxninittea has agiin agreed Tub tion seems to be in bis money He is a week. The weight of the body was 40 lbs to $125 can be produced, gt'tna and mr to report adversely on the nomination of banker by profession and a politician by The result of the autopsy was: Cause of keteil, at one third the cost f.r feeding and 4 J. O, Matthews, to be register of deeda in practice. Tne nomination was made on death, pneumonia; cause of singular akele investment. fPoultrv World. the District of Columbia. The Senate is re the second ballot. The democrats complimuscular atrophy. The publican and Matthews is a negro. Ni ton appearance, An inquiry, addressed to the postmaster mented Mr. Morrison with their votes. other orsna were in a healthy conditicn. further comment is necessary. curvature of the spine of a town In Kansas, brings back the startTnero was a lateral The Covington Commouwallh charges the Thr prohibitionists can lead in a prayer which waa very marked. He had sold his ling reply: "There is not a church nor a movement by the politicians in tht "neck church member in our town." Think of it I of thankfulness, A distillery burned at body to Harvard Cjllege for 11,000. of the woods" to promote Mr Carlisle to A whole community in the heart of our Terre Haute Saturday and with it a million A year ago Melvln Butler murdered the Senate to selfish motives. Tbey want chrls ian land, so entirely unreached by the dollars' worth of whisky. John Macojj he was tried, convicted and him out ol the way so that they can get a gospel, that not one person called by the ahow for bis place in Congress, Gen. Bccxnkr is at last officially an- sentenced to the penitentiary for life. His christian name can be found in iti Here governor, tho' he has been run- partner In the crime, Skinny Hohs, escaped certainlr ian Geld for somebody to culti Wtmb Tolutkb, an uncle oi Craig, waa nounced fur office ning for the like a scared hound for by turninj; State's evidence. He waa yesThe Interior killed in Rowan last week by a man namd vale. five years. terday sentenced to the penitentiary for Bradley, in a personal quarrel. It would committed the Negroes who are political hoodlums, who five years for a robbery be a God send to Riwan if Mr. Bradley Last week was a bad one for murderers, same night. Butler haa never been sent vote for pay and sell their race for the cleaning out fully a dozn Buffering would continue his work of the'death penalty in prison, however, and It is two to one that value of n class of beer, and whose latest the Tolliver family. the United States. Four were awung of! the robber will begin his punishment be- breath ia falsehood, may hope to profit by being slaves to a set of men who bnndlrize Gen Iliwley has bteo reelected Sana (from one gallows alone at Fort Smith, fore the murderer. This ia the way Ken. tnem, out mev win una tnat it won't P7. Ark, Post. American Baptist (Colored,) tucky justice works. tar by the Connecticut Legislature. i S5 mi-didlcc- nteriorournaI Tub Prraldent's private se'rivarv tells the correspondent ot the Owier-Journthat hardly innmge is co neuiii'Hird at the W lite lions', but that tho democratic minibrH of ihp f J him and Senate have cimo there and urged that no change be made. Col. Lnuinnt also slAtes that he is Btifi d that many democrats talk other wine among their friend in regard to the changes and civil service reform, than they do to the President. The correspondent udds: "It is difficult to find words strong enough to characterize this inconsistent and characterless duplicity, and il it is in the ower of your correspondent br any manner of means to obtain the names of those Janus faced democrats he will certainly publish them, both friends and enemies, come from what quarter they may." A great many ol our alleged great men are simply snakes in toe grass and found to be very small potatoes when you go to dig for them. Men guilty of such treachery deserve the most ignominious political death, and we will do what we can to assist in their execution, when their names are revealed. al -- Ik the newspapers have any say in the matter, Prof Pickett will not succeed him-sof Public Instrucas SuporinK-ndontion. Tax South Ktntuckian't comment is about in keeping "tin Hie rest, whim it says: "He is utterly in fn for the nflico he Gil" He is old, deaf and incimpelent anil 'or eight years has drawn n salary that ho did almost nothing to earn. He Vras tiomlna led because he was in the rebel army and he should by nil means be retired this year. o' MJ VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. j WA&IO -- G ROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, The following Seasonable Goods are in Stock: i 5, dry-hous- l! i Citron, Layer and Seedless Raisins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, andCanned Goods in Great Variety In addition to the above he has all the i Col-lect- NECESSARIES OF LIFE, All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. of x IVimy tV BTAIbtw PHARMACISTS, L-t- er, rr t(srLrL JEWELERS. iPv v'" jptign n -- ppo-nipd -- there-pub'ictns- ala v.J OLIVER PLOWS. iz ared-hotnes- -- I Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, iiiWfi """" "'jt. ajiai "" " ,S1M' Bishop Wllon In orginlr.'d a Southern Mathixlis C nferenre In C ilua, -U It. Noel hed his notices of Tub ptHtiliicn nl Weaver, Wrnn ' Tnnnnrv 1R IXH7 Stanford Kv been (llci)iiliniiu(l. Mm Sfiear bis evangelistic uioHtiugs, "OieLird, one coiuilr, or tin liiwn Appointed postmaster nt Keil faith, one baptism. Trusting Jeiu-i- , that a UurtlnoBO MnnnKor. nouw Midlnon counly, lo surcted her htm all" JD. O. WALTON. bund, who was killed bf ttiu Itice brothers Mrs. Hul cee in creiting quite a IIMt CAHU. In LiiiMville. In her luxating nt i A ft TiiKsatniitinnal story about tho burning H'ghway MMon she had 10 converts and 2 10 r.K. of Mr J hn W L'gtn'ii tutmliorna new rex -Mali training Worth , 50 applicants for prayers Sunday. " Hutitn li 15 r. u. ......... 1 M k.H lilence by incendlario", which was publinh-e- d Ksnrot train" rtolh.... We are to say tnat J. W a. M ' Norh ..................m. mto are Kind to in a LmiHTilloptper, M Bruce has not engaged lo preach nt Tba joto la calculated on alandard time. Bolar my, untrue Mr Login has had enough Jitwut i laluuimtMUin for the year. He will only loes by fire berotoforo to do him for Crab Ofchnrdnext Sunday Hnd Ihe llli Sun preach there LOCAL NOTICES. dome time. day in February. Buy your School Uook from Penny A A coLOiir.l) man, nameJ Georco Wil There are 700 religious and denomlna McAlinter. tiamo, was yesterday sentenced to 10 davs tional papers published in the United AbK your urocer for the Cincinnati I$v in, ill and lined 'Ji for carrying concealed States, and nearly one third of tbem are Very Co ' crackers and cuke'. Bjh-to- n repsJred on iihor weapons. The poor fellow got into the printed in New York, Philadelphia, W Atchiw and Jewelry and Chicago. A McAlis trouble unintentionally and cried like n notice and warranted by Penny child at the result. George W. Gentry, the Kit, II C Morrison will lecture at the Hunteiih, Attkntiom. colored attorney, defended him. new church at Brighls, Wednesday night, nil ,i of shot, at Penny A Mo February 2 J, on the 'Omnipotence of Truth AllsterVi A TAiNruL accident happened to Mr. as Illustrated in CnarscteT." Admivlon A oomvlctk stock of Jewelry, latent John B. Mrrshon a day or two ago, which 25 cents; receipts for the benefit of the walcbea ft specialty. Pen. came near style. Kockfnnl causing the loss ol one ol hie ny A Mc A lister eyes. A cow hooked him in such a manner church. Dr. McGlynn, the Catholic priest who PERSONAL. a to (ear a great gash from his eye, but soiled his robes by wading in political -- Mn K W. Lii.labd, of Lobanon, Is happily did not injure the ball, Mr. Mer mire for Henry George, refused to go to shon seems to be particularly unfortunate in town. It ime to explain his conduct and bo bus bten of late, having broken his arm not long been deponed. It would be well if other Cait. Smith Ikwin, who has since, quite ill, I nut gln. denominations would bs as strict in keep Mish Hauka IIayb, of Crab Orchard, !i The Rink, which Hardly pays for its ing their members out of politic. lighie and fuel this season, will close for viailifK Mi'ii F'lXld PenniniMon. Rev Steve Ho'combe, a Louisville mis -- Mb. and Mna (l.T. Hblm, of Dn the season a week from next Friday night, sionary, was attacked in his home by three the ordination when the Gold and Silver Bind, which has ruffians and beat in a fearful manner, both llle, ier tip to alien services so kindly furnished ach night a program bones of his right leg being broken below Mrw Catii Bailey left Saturday for of excellent music, wilt be tendered a bene the knee. The men are unknown but their Bagdml, to sec her iller in law, Mr. Har- fit. There will be numerous special attrac infamous deed seems to have been caused by rison Iltller, who il ery 111. tions and we trust that the boys will be the dirchnrge of a questionable domestic. , Mb Thomas C Watts, of LouiiYllle, oomplimentid by a full bouse. The services attending the ordination .... i and J4tne IHim, of Lexington, were called of Rev. Percy G. Esom at the Biplist The Committee on court house repairs, church Stinday were largely attended and kere by the death of Mrs Watta. i to the ef- Judge T. W Varnon, Squire M C Pirt-ma- very impressive. Heve. Bizil Manly, of tho Nr.wfl from Newt Cri and D. K. Carpenter, met yesterday fect that he In Caul improving and not half Theological Seminary, Louisville, II. Allan to open bid for the work to be done on an at first supposed. at badly hurt Tupper. Dr Caperton and Dr Warder nfli Mbs. J II Tcckbii spent seyeral day the cirouit court room. There were four dated and the other ministers preenl were at the College with tier daughter, Miss Ma- bids for the carpenter's work and three for A btw ffiWljriorSloimwll TitR L. A N par tmin was distributing lucre iiminit u happr employee jester tiny. hei minus. ha lit n-lion lulal i, -- riq-ieste- It. lU Hig. Joepi Tohso, the lato vIolmit and compoer, 'Mv lo sy of hioioelf: father i' an I than, mr pioiher a French i woman. I n b r.i on board n stiip, -- liilui - uihIt ihe Eigliiili fUkf in Mex ss lean waters." Of what nationality A schooner with a Mr,;o of 100.000 pounds of powder wis driven ftoliure uear After she the CI fl Il'ti-e- . Ban Francisoi nad been nbmdorifd i!ih powder was ex plodnd by III" ilp bsating ajiinst the rocks The llf -- living and signl Ht'itious were ilemoli-he- d and the Clill Hou-- e wen wrecked Toe Department of Agriculture at Washington, with the aid of AI available data, pui 'at year's corn crop at 1,005, ii-d Sp-n'fl- Queen and Crescent Route. (Cinuinniti Orlcim and Poxai Pacific Railway.) Now I (? Siiortot an QiiiukoHt liiii.) to Vow Orloins, Florida, South Hast, Texus, (Join, South West. CONDENSE lie; tit "Fit Nc, I ! urrT)D m. t Dally Nu !' ft. D TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. . Mn. 7 HTATIONd. Su i. iMIIy. KIAII l!l ritUNHNDtlll. Nu I. Dally Kx Nu. 6. No o. Dillf. 7 St a in IliOZ am 10 2 a in 10 43 a id 11 1 Pally. 8 10 10 52 Dally. "un Dally. Daily. 4 OH 7 7 p in H3 p ii 31 p in on 75,000.000 000,000 busnel an aversgc ol 22 bushels to ths ncrp. ilownat-15700000- ri4! acre-- , II VQain 12 VI (Sam Slip in 8 S9 I) in J 10 p in 8 "j ii in Tr e 31 a in bmh-el- s wheat crop Is put and was vrovn on 37 OlKI.OOO seres There were 02 1,000 000 bushels of oats, 3 31pm1... p ml S 15 I 30 I)ded Cart-rliliff- x, grown 7 35 a in New Orltstu. 800pm local labor organiztlions met .... Meridian 235 am Mam al Workmen's Hill, CincinnOi, SumUy. 7 80 a hi ....Vciiur,(. . 73 pm i) 45 Ii m .. Kliryiurl. 8 15 a in formed a labor pirly, adopting the and 7 10 p m T. i Junction 750 am Henry Geo rue platform as its declaration of principle; rejecting resolutions of symKo. 91eTmnakiUlnilallrx!')pt tunjiy, at 5 n a. u, Arriving at Cbattanoozi at 9.15. No. 8 pathy with Dr McGlynn in his suspension leavet Chattanooga at 3 OOr. ., arrlyln at OiklilmtO l)i. x. Mann Uouilolr BuOdt Ulespln; Cira on all through trains. by Archbishop Corrigan, and appointing a JOHN C O aUt.T, flen'l Manigcr, II 'OI.I.BIl VN, Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Act., campaign committee of one member from It CAUIU)l,l(Ie 'I -- upt. K. X. UYAN, Asit. (Jen'I Frt. A Paii. Agent. W. W. WULLS, tiupcrlntendont. Somenet, Ky. each ward to make arrangement for a Oeneral Offlcea. It Paul Bull 'Ing, Wst Fourth Stroxt, Clne'nnatt, Odlo. to be held February 221 at Mub!c Fifty-on- ru MH a m 7 41 m 3O0a in pin... p in 7 Ria m l.'ve... ' Inclnna'l ... A'ry (le irgptnwu p in iOM a in 1 30 a in I 2ii p in exlnglun 11 41 p 111,11 M k m Nleli'ilaivilK 7 31 p in .Ilarroilsliuru June! Inn,. 12 33 a in 12 17 m llaiitl l '2 8 a in 2 W m Junction City 3 Hi p in Kltiiii Mountain 2 27 a ml I 'JO p in Honifraot a 30 a in 7 30 . ml ..'iakJl8 ..m .' 8 21 .. A li3Ua p in 9 51 p in 10 am Chaitmviita.. Hlrmlnhim Ku ill - Meridian i,. 12 30 a m i0 41a m 825 a m D G C42pm 10 21am fl II a m .1 03 p m 4 ltd n in 7 2a in 4 i5 a m 2 01 pm 4 Ii phi 7 01a m 4 05 a ui 1 35 p Hi 3 M pm 627 a in 133a m 104 pill : Hp iu't47 am iTd'aHa 1229pm 12 p in l 32 12 12pm in 3U2 p ul, 5 20 a m 2 45 a in WO pui 10 42 am i at p in 120 am 0 SO au 10 00 7 10 10 15 p m 6 05 a iu p in .. II p in 40 p m 10 40 p ru 3 15a iu 820 am am a 1 . , Hall. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Mr GeorKe Herrtn was married Thurc-da- y erenine io Miss Angeline Orton, at the residence nf Editor Martin. John Wesley Mullins, tbe greatest go nius of hi- - age, Inventor of the Acme Man-stin- e Gun, has returned from a tour of the H. C. RUPLEY, mi;kciiam taii.oic I hare received and still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising m - n Eastern States in the interest of his inven tion Digs broke into the sheep fold of J. C. McKee and G. W. Johnson one night re cently, killing seven for Ihe former and twelve for the latter. Give us a dog tbe best in the market, which will bs Qotton TJp in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. Cilve Me n Trial. mie, who was suffering from a troublesome cold but Is better now. IUv il. II Biikaiun, pastor of the Christian church at 8 imernst, w is on a vls-- it Her. John Bell to hi broiher-ln-laGibson, fir several daya. Mim Hattic Powers, lovely and ao tonplioned yo'iriR lady of Stanford, was jli itlnit Mi Jones, on Winn street, the pait M H erllnjj Hentinel. week Joaiiua Htomk, an excellent young man of Libert, has been appointed on the of Judire Diirham, to a clerkship In ili Bureau of rjtatlstlos. K. W. Uockeii, KQ, of the Ciliaens National Bnk, oi Kansas City, is here on a visit to his relatives. Ills looks indicate; that the Wwt agre with his health. Mb John Bhioiit, who reports the crop pripcw, received a very complimentary letter from Norman J Uolman, of Auricultar, for the excellent be has sent him from time to llme reports A letter from Mr N B. Tevls, a for mer merchanmf this plac, now of Bedatla, Mo , Informs us that he Is now the father of four little ',rroolbilitie" that hate been added to his household since be left w, Cam-slMio- , feature Rsvs. Cok, Green and others. - Much sickness prevails here. Miss the painting. The building of the vesti services was the solo by Mrs Abnor Amanda Maon, Mr. C. W Jonee, little of the bule with noiseless doors and enlarging the Rogers, 'Nearer my God to Thee," render- Klna and Ruby Hackney, M G.Harbin bar was lei to J. A. Wright for f0535 and ed in a touching and almoit faultless man and little daughter, Phronia, and Chris the painting to Charley Stewart for $00. ner. all being mare or less seriously Sunday-Schoo- l held at Jackson, Institute The L 8. Jones, formerly depot agent at ill. Alexander Pine Hill, later a grocery merchant in Lou- the Christian church by Elder s Oar poatoffice boasts a line of Campbell Hopkin, proved both enjoyable Hart-lanisville and still later a merchant at new equipments; including a satisfac Kansas, now turns up as president of and profitable to the large crowd which at tory supply of elegant lock aud call boxes, speaker, the Great Diagonal Trunk Line lltilroad, tended. Mr. Hopkins ia,a pleasant of the Yale manufacture, thanks to the en. thoroughly devoted to the grand work in which is, if it Is ever built, to outrank the of our excellent postmaster, Col. engaged and a vocalist of un terprise moat noted railways of the country. W 8. which he is London never lags in R. M. Jackson. Wiihard agisted Francis, late of (he St. Asaph Hotel, is a usual power. Rev. 8 F anything, added greatly director in the company, which ought to him in several services and There is no end to the celebrated Liu-re- l to the melody and tbe interest of the meet Insure ita prompt construction and com counly coal, Judge W. II. H. Thotnp ing. At the close a rising vote of thanks plelion. son has lately discovered a valuable vein on Mr. Hopwas given to both gentlemen. Pcalers la al kind of- The sherifl of Wiyne made big money kins goes to Turoirsvillo to night to remain his farm t. mile west of town Why should the spirit of mortal be broken and why outol the hanging of Prewitt. We learn from till Thursday night, and our word it, the Signal that tickets inside the inclosure the people there have a rich treat in store. should Laurel remain among the pauper of the gallows sold at $" and that GO were Friday night he goes to Crab Orchard, counties when her natural resources are un disposed of. The last thing Prewitt said to where he will bold another institute, re surpassed? Give us development or give us death. his wife was "Take good care of the child oiaining over Sunday. J. A, Jackson, of Madison, has been and don't marry again." She says Prewitt NU CROP LANO, STOCK visiting relatives here. J. D. Mitchell. W treated her badly and provided very always B. Smith and Mr B.les were up from Richlittle for her support. Tney were mirried Hay and corn for sale. Kpa Penning mond during the week, Mrs. II Q Litin this county a year or two ago, Elder ton. Somerset, has been visiting her sister, officiating. Jasper Livingston Fifty tons of bay ready baled, for tale, ton, -- NBUREYS,Mrs. J. T Williams, here. Mr W M. The instincts of pure blooded dogs are John Bright, Stanford. bick from San Antonia, Txa, Rice, j'it A. T Nunuelley bought of Adam brings glowing descriptions of that far off Mb and Mim H J Molt bebtu, who lemarkable. Mnager Campbell, of Uock head of cattle, averaging 1,550 Pence 40 sunny clime. The charming Miss Cora returned Iri.m IIrrodsburR Saturday, re Castle Spring, has a ptir of Baglish tarcely six months old, a preent pounds, at 4 per pound. Is still ration there and Pigg, of Btrbourville, will spend the win port that the ferer Henry llnigouitn sold t L'ge Mont Mrs W A Parsley, of O .el'o MtMchall, formerly of this from Cap'. It, G. Craig, of this place, which that Gralu, Wool, Needs, Feetl, Coal, .Lumber, Elc. ter with her pursued the first fox trail Ihey ever anufltd jomery a cuple of 1590pmnd cows al this city. not cxprcted lo plac, who hs it, and after a chae of sixteen hours, caught $2S7and $83 per hundred. II the manufacturer nf intoxicating liTne elegant home of the late Midism Mil J S (Jinwn, bn Cshler of the the game. N) one has ever taiuht them First N.Honal Hnk, of Kixbelhtown, their duties as protectors of the poultry C. Johnaon, at Lexington, with 20 acre quors er'forhidilen except for chemical, ruexdaT, n adirrctnr of thn ard or hunted witti them a day, hut eviry Huarhi-d- , was sold to J. C Woodward for piinruiareuticil And other specified purpo-H- e, wa t how could the manufacturer obey tte Kentickv Nttnnnl llmk, of Louisville, day or two they dra a dsid f.ix in to their $20 000. 11 w c.in no f dlow his productr? W. O. Neell, of Clio, is wintering a th- ni it f I r "( iMiikint; imxltutions in owner one head on II .w cm I e give anv aurnc in regard to KiKt'elitn-- n N"s lot nf timelier cattle. He Ins 80 the8"i DEATHS oi 8 H 0in-- , mr which he t'.H line wl'tch wi b made of them? He etalk Mb J II Finn, of OrUnda Florida, T-ion expire a month or two husband ! H iiheili Only Stsu-io- p)$'i0 per moti'li, rSumersi-- l Reporter RHiid them into the market and they let 11 cars of hi control. Hctn not rend an Sundry prne died si New Y irk Friday. aco. bill hi w (' wnu'il not etlbaiit lo that at'd ho hsd to come M Ivii ha F H rine, a well known uiuim to the 8 iinhern market from Wayne army of dtciive tj wich the tne of hii kind il The liquors. How, then, will prohibition with i an average of over $100 per head again I i hi letter enclosinK the funds, learner ai d writer on educational topio' i'l'y.iaf says the total sules of mule in the siic'i an exrepttnnbe made to work? The s - Ihnt they ar luxuriating every dltd at Ninholantiille he lei -Dcalor In- Gen-writers whn advocate prohibition should James A. Dawson, day m oaii bens, new Irlh potatoes and cnuiny thii sH.ainn will reach $100,000. -- About 250 cattle give us soma account of their plan of opeeral of Colorado, died at Denver Sunda. Danville Couut. Uicii lik to ihelr heuts' dellhl. PiiNdelphia Record. Wr. had the honor of a call from Kir His home was in Hart county, this State. on market yesterday end food part of them ration. nd Tupperapd Mrs Dr. W B. Pen-a- y Ntlhan Mourn, of the great wholesale Hold. Prices ranged from 3J lo 4 cents with II. Alien "Ar ton married or inglt?" asked a much dry goodr firm of llimberjer, HIjoui A Cj. a lltiln look up in bidding large num-h- -r A tfs'enUy, and enjoyed it very New York judge of a witness in a divorce of 2 and J year old mules sold at fpua Mr Tupivr I one of the mot brilliant one of toe mot public spirited men in Lou suit. "I am not married, bu my wife is." $72 in 74 50. Plug horses brought from "N w, if y.iti get off any more j.ikea In this minim s of hischurrh and he is accom isville.died Friday Prof Olney, L L I)., the eminent $40 to $70 Crowd rather small. pliKhtniz a izreat work in Louisville. He cmrt room I'll lock you up for contempt of T Dr S II Groims has sold his farm or .a. tells u- - thnt since he took charRe of the mathematician, was found duad in his Id' cvirl" "wnv. juuge. i ain't josing x church in that city be a- Ann Arbor, Michigan, Sunday morning, 150 acres, near Buruin, to C. B.Sullivan, Broadway Hiptist waamsir ed and I got a divorce. My wi e hae-ee- n his UbirsbleU with 300 additions death having resulted from heart disease ai $03 per acre i J Alexander sold to married again, but I didn't. I know wben imGen. W. U flaxen, Cnief Signal Officer Gentry Bros,, of Biyle county, 19 head of I've got enough, so you see I'm not mar A Nlnire or your l'atrouiiKO Ih very KeBpecUnlly Solicited. to it and everv department of the work contributions of the United 8tates Army, died of diabetic coma 2 year old mules at $97 50 per bead. WinThe total proved ried, but my wife is. Ym don't catch me , in Washington nt 8 o'clock Sunday even ter Brewer bought ol D J. Currv it Rue 47 joking on any such serious subject as mat church laHrerS32-100W. M. WATERS, Salesman. ing. He had been ill only since Thursday, head ol fat shipping cattle at $4 40 yer ewt. rimony "Texas amines. l0CAL 1ATTEHS. apprehended until a They averaged 1 600. -- fllarrodsburg Dembut no danger was Thsdden Fowler, who died recently in at ocrat. short time previous to his death. Best canned goods ai T 11 Wallon's. Seymour, Conn, was a most prolifio invent Mrs. Rebecca Williams, of Jacksboro, A Call. James T. Cbaki sold to I. M. Brnco 33 Tsnn.. mother of Dr J. A Williams, who or He invented a machine for sticking Members of Woman's Christian Temper- pins in paper, for manufacturing iron pins, frontinu the acre- - af unimproved land died of g.neral de was on a vi'lt to him, M. Lou BhHtiks, on Rowland hihtr Friday morntnir. aged 72 She was a ance Union, greetluV:It has reemed good to for sorting pins, making pins, head and all, Deak 8I9TIR3. ayenue, ai $7f member of the Baptist church and a life- many of our ladies having Ihe interests of ata single siroke; for making needles, for pointing wire, for making horse shoe nails Her remains were taken TllK newspapers are praising AI Fields' long christian our work at heart, lo issue a call for the and for stamping metal He also invented a manner, claiming to Jacksboro for interment. Minstrels in the hiKhBt organisation of a District Convention for Lreaping and binding machine and the "sew of fun Mrs. Richard Watts, whoso husband that Ihelr performance is a. round of considering subjects Intiing bird" ued on ladles' work tables He Opera lost his life a few years ago by being run the purpose from flrs' to lst. At tlm Stanford mately connected with our great work, and had little business ability anddiod poor. on the trestle near town, by train over House Februsrv 1. of devising ways and means of more sue Harlford Courant. Saturday, of pneumonia, at the resi reversed the died cessfully prosecuting the same. Such a IN Tiir. Oiurt ol Appeals has dence of her brother in law, Mr. J. B. Hig your blooiJT Use Oreon'i 8rparlUa How Ao , vs. convention will be held at Stanford Tuee MtiHleal Wall Paper, Wjicr DrtlKH, declstin In the cae of einaloton, of the Msthodist gins. She was a member For tale hy McRotwrl A Hung at tl BnokH, iitnuor InNlrueinentat Oirrard. and overruled a mo church and was regarded as an excellent .u .ml Wfldiiendav. the 8 h and 9.h of UrOierrr. llKMrH, Stationery, Pocket PalutH, February, and it is hoped that not only for n tubpma duta tteum in that of woman, itev. r a. lion TollHCCOM, Cutlery, preacueu me Noiipw, OllH, a i in ally tktiilnk.llk.nl ana wiie, un-'- n who havo actlyely connected those Machin Holmia' ailmr. vs. Bitley Perfinnery, Fire Arias, l.atnpH, funeral sermon at tbe Methodist church also many with tho W O T. U , but Needier. . and the remains wer afSunday afternoon Cincinnati says that terward laid beside her husband's in Buffa- other women whose hearts are in this Rreal A Dl TATCit from . of work of redeeming humanity and saving TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Edmun.l B. Hume, a wallhy distiller lo cemetery. Tne deceased was in her CGih robbed the children, will be in attendance. A corSilver Crek, Kr., was drugged aud year. dial invitation is extended to all. saloon. of a valuable wslch in a Vine street is ill at Let us be mucn In prayer, before that 0,car Turner thief At bis (ollclUllon, we accompanied I. V, Trlb-bl- Ae Kx C The property was reoovered and the to Ve rulilM, H.J., to eiamme tbe Hedge is thought ho will not re- time, that wisdom may be given us to plan wire frneoa comtrucied by the Hedge Louisville and it arrested " wisely and that Fences Co.. which Mr. Trlbbla represents. We with descretion, to counsel as represenud la eyerjr p Zimmerman cover. B found lbs WR notico that Mr. being abaolutoly at ck proof aud we also A West Virginia boy, who ewote when God's blessing rest on all our effons. l consider It nfghlr ornamental to tbn farms oa his position as vlo presldeut has ) Mbs. L. M. Dodob, wnlcb they are cooilrucld. We find upon en And hie father was killed that sa sooc as he got flSH BRM Committee. quiring tbe Cou panjr are perfectlj reeponnUle lor Miu. L A Nikld of the Hamilton and Dayton railroad. hU murderer, money on a train or Nam trntlat snt! coat to the big enouah ho would kill Blorml all tbtlr contracts. We takti pleasure In recom keep you dry Mibs Saiia E Randall ktuir4 villi Ik U" It D?n' wMtSTonr and vViwlmoor. and abotutclrirnirr If he will U" his attention bow mendiDit tbo Company and tneir tence to all In TB1DS Ills. If your nortaecpar fu filled hla oath the other day. He was Aik lor UibKISII MHANf)" aucaia and.lajteriooiner. A J, TOWIUl.aiBlmmonHtjjtattnn, Nashville and build tho ng. ntlMlmT;rwrTit'',nitrnrc1rfrlnllvfUloiwto Ohosspe.ke A 4' .W,M,," The heaviest enow in 17 years rovers need oitenc A. W. Caiipbktkb, only 1R yeara old when hie father was foolish-aew,a- ll GUCaoyr, J.M. Haow. J9Mm. U.O, UovkH. road to Stanford without any moro hills and dales. tbe Canadian killed. will be forgiven. first-clas- WEAREN & MENEFEE, fr Farming Implements and Machin ery, Spring Wagonsj Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, d. o't " It? ld n, JOE F. WATERS Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass-aQueens ware, Etc. -- G-n i Main Street, - Stanford. Ky. - leii-denc- M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, 01iuilnlst & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. 1 IEAIiBU8 them-eelve- Ocnuiuo O. Suits in Bulk at Wholesale and retail. ngre-Biua- o Hlue-Ura- ine SLICKERw.ru; rjr . wJpftirsi n R- a- '' EAR. THE SONG HE NEVER WROTE. A BEAUTIFUL SINGULAR CASE FROM THE LIVE IN ASM NEW SEA. DR. W. B. PENNY, OUTGROWTH OF A PATHETIC OF SENSIBILITY. His thoughts were song, his lifo was singing; Men's hearts liko barr ho held and smote, Dut la his heart went ever ringing, JUnglng, tho song ho never wrote. Uoreting, pausing, luring, floctlng, A farther blue, a brighter mote. Tho vanished sound of swift winds meeting, The op.il street beneath the boat; PECULIARITIES OF THE MALAYS WHO YORK. Stnntorrti - DENTIST, - Kontiiolcy. iBaBBaBBaBaBaei-avBiBaa- t FLORAL GUIDE rTTP-XSiS Story Told to an Kxport In Ncrrous Hldoou A l'arllcularly Affection of llnrn A. Sort of Holy Ornll mlr Qucet. I liwvrd of n pathotlo outgrotvth of nervous jarnslbility tho othor day. A professional man who lire at tho West End, and who Is hot only a painfully sol f conscious man, but alsoono given to observing things about him Hith groat mlnutonow, has bocomo so acutely susceptible to tho ossontinl ugliness of tho tioman ear that ho scarcely seca anything cl mi Uio people about him than their cars. To a physician, an expert in norvous affections, whom ho was vrlso enough to consult, this Kentloman told his story eomowhat after this fashion: "It was as many as flvo or six years ago that tho sight of a particularly hideous pair of ears, ono of which had been slit in a ghostly manner in some accident or fight, set mo to reflecting on tho extraordinary enprico of Providence in sotting, in tho most conspicuous placo upon tho head of iU curious earthly nchiooment, such utterly nbsunl and nnslghtly con'.rivances as human oara. Tho car is useful, no doubt; but might not tin infinite ingenuity and nn omnipotent cholco hftvo provided man with nn auditory appliance less hideous than this convoluted STUDYING IT CI". wlns forerer flaming, Never folded In nest or coto; Secrets of joy, past name or naming; Measurer of bliss, past dola or rote ; A Rleam of Gregarlousne of the Colony lit Their Various Relations of of Turtle FlthtlUB Gambling llnnsr Itellglon. So far as the western world is eoncornod the Malay Is n sea nomad. Thorn who havo settled in New York camo thero as seainon, who intended to return by tho same ship, but who by accident or other cause woro obliged to remain until they woro more or less attached to their new homo. In tho years thoy i liavo grown by accretion until thoy form a legitimate colony slrAilar to thoso of tho Chinese, tho Italians and tho Polacks. This colony riies and falls in number according to tho nntlonnllty of foreign ort. It nover falls below teauien in 500, nnd sometimes rises as high as 1,500. Tho Mnlay, contrary to populnr belief, U not a pure blooded race, so far as tho Now York A leading representatives ore concerned. man in tho Sixth ward, Nik do la Cruz, has tho build of a Fnlstaff, a round, full face, moro liko n German's than of any other nation-ilit- y n worm ncpla compoxlon, long bluo Hack hair that breaks in heavy curb upon ttt-shoulders, nnd the physiognomy of nn Ideal philanthropist. MinGoo, wholscqunlly popular In Oriental councils, nnd who runs n queer lamUing liouw in Mott street, is thin, wiry, Uerco featured, straight haired, yollow skinned and cat liko in wnys nnd action?. Malabo, a third, is almost Euroxvm in his physiognomy, hut as dark as nLouislaiiA negro in lmlr and ikin. Theso differences arc, jiorhnps, attrib-- u tabic, to tlio fnct that moot of thoso in Uio metroX)lis como from Manilla nnd other Malay seaports, where from timo immemorial thero has been n constaut mlsccgcnntlon of all tho Oriental races. OUKOAniODSNESS AMUSEMENTS. New York, Dec. OOee on Mi Echoes of music, always flying, Always who, nsrer tho note; Pulses of Jfe, iast life, post dying-- All thesa In tiiti song bo never wroto. Dead at but, and the people, weeping, Turned from his grave with wringing hands ' What shall we do, now he ilea steeping. Els sweet song silent hi our lands? grew clearer, stronger" This was the thought that keenest smote " O Dc.lt hi couldst thou not spire him longer? Alas, for Uio songs he never wrote 1" Helen Hunt Jackson. Lancuter atreet, next door to and I to S neceaauy. r. office. M. Offlce houra trota to 1J a Aneathfllci admlniabued wber 15t-lyr- .) TIIF. TIlOKnUnilllKKD ean tie pm-iiml- . wllh prlrrinf eoch IhUUiokmallM frennn receipt of Iii rents and the 10 .inU may bed liKted friiin the ftrtt nnltr aenl iw. l;very uie Inter frwh apil, tn n Harden or t ilmlrea liotild hnre Hill wmk. Ne refer In the million, who have ueil uurweila. Uuy only VKk'a Hent. al IlcAd iUaiters, Ml4 VH'K, HUHIrM.HAlt, xlirre the l.iil Sow realv ronUllwJ (oloreil 3 enlinfrlyStie ni-- r I'V rnlnlniftoOarail 1. nomlaliiMif mid Minn nu 1 1 li wt r t neMlvell the rLOVTIM an IllmtraUil wllli illrnilima Ihiw tn vniw them, unrnn. I'or 1HH7 Mntea, humlreil; of .llf Hi:M-- i, I'l.ANTS, nml HI'I'W rlrl ml, irw.,irr, n. i. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL niAKQViN "Just as his voice of adki.im:. ft MYERS HOTEL, STAMFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Roputation, iti POETS OF ONE POEM. ! "I was led to nsk myself, Is there any such thing at a beautiful human carl I looked up 11 tho passages in xlito litcraturo in which tho human car Is referred to, and found not only that such passages oro extremely few, but that tho beauty referred to nil tho comparisons, of delicate, pink edged feminiuo to tho translucent interiors of sea shells, and tho UUo, aro simply comparative. No poet over thought, so far as I could find, of findiug beauty in tho ear. It is only as a pendent or an accompaniment, less hideous than usual, to tho beautilul head and foco of a lovely woman, that tho actual car itself, as apart from tho faculty of hearing, over tolerablo in ioetry. In art tho ear is a thing to 1)0 dissembled; no realist was over so unblushing as faithfully to paint tho car as ugll-aes- s; it is. Photography reveals it In all but poetry bears tho tamo rola. on to art that the direction of the body does to tho lovo of humanity. Tho running of theso through my mind lad mo to start a sort of Holy Grail quest for a really beautiful human oar, and at tho same timo I found myself searching out, whenever I got upon a street car or a railway train, and ns I walkod down tho crowded streets, all Lio ugliest oars, with tho instinctive eageruos-- i of a connoisseur. The ear habit grow upon mo. I became n sort of collector of ears. When I came into a railway train filled with people, my eye ran down the long rows of ears next the ollo to see whether there was a vacancy in tho devious line that I might fill with my own. That row of ears, to a man who had fallen into tho habit of observing nothing else but tho oars, was horribly suggestive of a eoa sorpentl te es KOTniNO BUT EARS, KAJB3, KABS. five or six years ago; but, of course, my mania for such it has become did not all at once talto this serious form. It has boon a gradual growth. Now I find it threatening, perhaps uot my CBpntal balance, for I feel c able of maintaining that, but my poaco of mind certainly, and all my old sensibility to the beauty of tho human form and the loveliness of Ilf about mo. My old keen cense of the boa iful I lament, as a fallen angel might lament tho Joys of paradise For me thero Is nothing in the world but ears, ears, ears. The pleasure that I sometimes feel in meeting a specimen loss hideous than the rest does not repay mo for tho oflenso which the uniform dead lore! growth inflicts upon me; and I of jvtu resolved, if medical science can do anything for so strange a malady, to take the ntmost posiblo advantage of it. if it could ao influence my organs of sight as to make it impossible for mo over again to see tho human car at all, It would bo a consummation devoutly to bo wished." I understand that tho eminent physician consulted in this case was completely nonplussed for a timo, but has at lost succeeded in so influencing the sufferer's thoughts and attention by diverting them to other channels that bo is already somewhat lots poignantly conscious of the ears ho sees; that tho doctor is, in fact, fighting the old mania with anew one, mid intends to check tho new it, in its turn, shall tako possession of Uio patient, as did tho other. Tho case, I bavo no doubt, will suggest to moro than ono reader something of a similar sort in his knowledge or experience. It is only ono of many morbid outgrowths of tho keen consciousness, tho rawno&s uf sensibility that overwork and intenso montal strain linvo "I say that all this began Wolf, flrny, Womtworth, nml l'nyno for a Silicic I'ocm. An interesting list might bo mado of single jioem poets, and nn instructive essay bo written on their lives nnd works. Single. Speech Ua ilton mado many speeches, though but ono has becomo fniuou. And Charles Wolf wrote moro than the ''Buiial of Sir John Moore," yet by this ono poem will ho nlwnys bo roniombored. So, too, George Withers' "Sliall I Wasting in Despair" is only the best known of a largo number of poems somo of them quite equal to It, from n critical point of view, perhaps superior. Shirloy would hardly tie remembcted by general renders but for his fine ode, "Tho Glories of Our Dlood and State." Thomas, of Cclano, would bo forgotten but for "Dies Ira?," and those great national hymns, the "Star Spangled fiannor," tho SVacht am Rhein," the "Marsoillalso" and "God Save tho Quoon," may bo accounted famous works of single poem poets. Many pcoplo who talk of Ben Jonson would bo puzzled to quota a single lino except from his "Drink to Mo Only With Thino Eyes;" and, though Waller's uamo is so well known, ho is mora often recoguizvd as tho writer of tho lines on a girdle than on account of anything clsa. Thomson's "Rule Britannia" has earned him more famo than his "Seasons" or his epitaph on Nowton ; and moro people know Gray's "Elegy" than have evor even road his "Odes." Samuel Woodworth wroto Tho Old Oaken Bucket." but who wroto "Bon Bolt" and "Tho Old ContiuentalsP It is but seldom that one writer is fortunate enough to produce two such woll known pieces as Campbell's "Hobeulinden" and "Ye Mariners of England"; while Dibdln, though ho wroto so much that onco was popular, would bo almost forgotten now but for "Tom Bowling." Such a list might be greaUy prolonged. Lady Ann Lyndsay"s "Auld Robin Oray," William Spencer's "Death of Golert," and Gay's "How Happy Could I bo With Either," might all bo cited, and many moro; but enough has been said to show how little ovon Uio best critics can judgo of n poet's powers by a singlo specimen, and how much accident, if it can so be termed, of one happy lino or ono good melody may have to do with the fame of a writer who would otherwise be unknown. Theso remarks apply with greater force to song writers than to any other versifiers. A good first lino often makes a song, and still moro a good tune, without which, indeed, it would fall comparatively into oblivion. John Howard Payne only wroto tho words, not Uio melody, of "Home, Bweet noma. "Henry Watterson in Courier-Journa- l. Knargetlo Itauelt Sage. If Uiero is a man in New York who is propelled by steam it is Russell Sago. When bo steps out of his 'office upon tho street he goes shooting up, down or acrwa Broadway as if driven by on unseen and uneasy power. No one over saw Mr. Sage quiet unless when asleep, and even there he probably twists and jerks liko an ccL At his office he receives a caller with hand mechanically extended, mechanic illy pumped and worked at a rapid rate, and unless Uio visitor puta in his timo with much celerity it makes Mr. Sago crawl all over with apprehension that a second will bo lost. Ho never sits still In a chair in truth, he prefers to stand. Thoro is probably no moro mlsernblo man in New York than Mr. Sago on tho witness stand. When ho had to swear in tho clovated railroad coses ho settled into his chair as if tho hand of fato had struck him; bo held on to himself as if to keep his soul from flying from his body, and when ho was released ho grabbed his hat, shot out of tho court room and was on his way to his office as if pursued by tho Evil Ono. Mr. Sago takes tho clovated up from his ofllco after business hours, walks pell moll from tho Forty-secon- d street station into Forty-thir- d street, jumps into his. carriago and is whirled into tho street in a jiffy and off through tho pari;. Wbcn he can't keep In motion any other way ho twitches his facial muscles and nervously works his bauds. Nsw York Tribune. A Hniston Story. A youugsrlor of tho female) sex lind just school lifo. Sho found hercommenced self ono day in n littlo group of olher school children who wcro further advanced than 6ho W03. Tliby wore telling each other what books thoy woro "in" in school nnd making ua much as thoy could out of tho subject. Sho could not stand it. Even to hor Infan-tli- o mind tho meaner position sho held in that company was clear. But sho did not mean to bo quite out of tho discussion. Sc sho took advantago of a pauso in tho talk firtl M.rT.l. Marqulaof Adnllnn'a ilr. Herbert, bla aire lin- Aniio and nam impuiicu ouutunu ucau- IV Marquli of Adllene'a dam. Adeline, hoi aire Tblit powder nTrTsrlM. A marrM olpurll) Imported t'ncleTom dam Imixirled AND Flih Moro economical Irennth nd whotennittti. Determined that thso the oullntrjr klml, and mil not be oli er for lurtbrr particular! ai to pedigree aeo il. Its Proprietor i rotuettton with the multitude of ow trat .ibon V It. II. It 8bMl be deoond to no Oountrr Tult'aa Terr fine Tounj null from a celebrat toldonly la wnlgnt alum or nhoiphxt puwilort. Hotel in tho St&te in wl laially nt mlUrra Including the cow Kcho, tbe Fare, Kuril. Hakino Powoki I'o, rant. great) at or iiiruay; ber owner uating ruiuea au,-iAppointment!, or AttenlOfl Mail 8irtt, New Yorkfor her. tion to Comfort of cattle hare taken the Tbe lloliuln-rrelala- n their Oneita. a lead the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I ihn nanhnrlliibeat fur the faixlly, amiUna cibaa withI rn tniluni a TfiT animal. will buy all the inal. caltea begmtnn by thla Ilaaxage will baeoar eyed to aid from the This Uio certify that Mr. Jacob UttfDbiliurr Hull at govt! ilcia dtlitred at weaning time. free of charge. Special acromraoJatloBiIt to ConnerclalTratelera. Tbe liar will no locftr concreted wllh the Lincoln Land 180-tanfutd, Ky alwaya upplled with the rboltetl Co., that h ta notiuiliorltcd to contract lor the bread of Llqiora aad Cigar. CoBipDj,or recilre money for tho asm , or to Incur any obligation In the name ot the Company, or In any way to act or thj asms. POWDEI -- now com- mpnenlnt tnv ttahlflon the Uinoitter fike o e a tfce naif mile from Htanford Court Hiiuae, the cow un reaton, wlb the privilege ul iire-uin-g til the cow proTei lu can. aiuuoj uue iiitn cow Thli fine Hull will Hand tba aeaton Absolutely Pure. ta loirttM - U ti n: ii. siit.i.uu. o. i.. Liko all tho eastern people, thoy nro habituated to the practices mado needful by n dense population. No mutter where thoy nro they crowd together. It is not uncommon for fifteen or twenty to sleep together in n room of l'J by 20 dimensions. In conversation tboy squat or stand together till nlmmt all engaged ore in jienonal contact. When titer visit n liquor saloon or ono of tho dance lin 's ro common in tho lower wanli, thoy go In krots of flvo or more, Tho grvgariousmHi extends to almost all tho rolatiotw of life, and In some Malaysian communiUm enters Uio PrrtMent Lincoln Land Co. jiicir.tiin, ! II. IMS. IU. L.&N. & tii uaaAT TO Till- - KENTUCKY CENTflJIL It(iuto.M . I 8TIMY SXEEU '.J. . Louisvillo Nashvillo.R. R. "illtiO'UrHMi roan There came to mj farm near Huitonvtlle ateer wlih one horn dtooped, about the 15th of OcUiber, Int. Theownrcin get blm by caltlnf Ao. and proving property and putlog lor frej TUKOUUUTKUiVKLINl JtcKA.TKl'.Ky. McKlnney, brfor the Mag- n. 8hortost and Qnlokent Bonto from Oen tral Kentneky to all Points North. East, Weat and Bouthwtwt. Fut tin itetween Following 1 marital relation, producing that singular custom, polyandry. Their amusements nro fow and simple. The most remarkable of these U turtlo llghUng. Two snapping turtles aro carefully selected and trained. Tho best for sporting purposes are thoso that weigh from fifteen to twenty pounds apiece. Lighter ones aro immature and not so muxcular. Heavier ones nro logy, slow and less vindictive, Tho training consists in teasing them three times a day with a bamboo rod and allowing them to hang from this by tho hour after they onco take hold. The only diet is raw meat and rod lppor, even water being tabooed. Tho day licforo the fight tho teeth and jaws are oxamincd, overhauled, filed and scroiel till they knife edges. ' Tho figh is conducted in n small ring not more than n yard in diameter. Tho snappers are produced and washed and each tasted by the seconds of tho other. This Is dono to prevent cowitch or poisonous drugs being placed upon tho salient points whence it may enter tho mouth, nono and eyes of tho opposite antagonist They are then irritated in the usual style with a sharp rod unUl nearly freniled, and thsu placed in the center of the ring. There is neither wait nor running away. Each snaps at tho other simultaneously. The beat hold is an oblique hold. This enables the one that catches to reach Uio coroUd artery and the windpipe without being compelled to bite through the massive cartilage of the neck. Next to this is a straight neck hold, In which the two jaws strike against the top and bottom of Uio nock. Below this again is tho cross bold, in which the jaws striko against the two sides of the nock. Poorest of all is tlio leg hold. This is regarded by all Oriental tports as tho acme, of unintelllgence, because If both tho snappers tako log holds tho fight is lengthened out interminably. The comliat is to the death ono of the turtles always being killed and frequently both. OAMDI.IXO VAnRIAOE UEMfJIOX. istrate: Personally appeared liatore m, s Jullce of the O (lover and mule oath Peace, J. F. OoTtrand that the ater me tluned abor. Iim bwn examined by them and they fix Ita yaluxat I XV JOHN tUlLEV, J. V. L. C. St. the appralwrctnl SOUTH & WEST nun LKXINGTON A OlaVOIIVNATl Schedule In Kffeet May 1(, IMd. BotTTB-HoCa- Pullman Palaoo Sleepers, LoiiImvIIIo (o XiiMhTllle, "No.?; Kg. Hun. S :kc.:t- -i NoTir Dally S Kx. 6aa. Lto. OoTtngton... INFORMATION .MANY PERSONS Atlnuta, Mciiiphln, " AIT' ' 10 ( a tn 0 24 Cynthlana..-Ar- r. 10 4) a in 10 IS aI ita$on tuffer prom Jletflache, fTiJj Mn..nn... Leilngion luiouth... Iarta I 10 40 am 11 25 10 III am pm 10 M - elthtr Little Keck, hy" !",..-.IKJchmond on 17pm en p ta pa i M pa pw 5 U pm 4 6 11 10 Up pea m pm Mobile huiI New UrlennM. Only one change to point In " Lt Hunlora Ijucau WlnehetrIII B 0T p m p bi II to p ml '0 a m 10 4J p"ta SO p o SX 14 7 IS pta pea 3Ialaria,Conttipatlon CORDIAL 'lndlittlonrViitrntta, JCUhisy Trouble. RHEUMATISM, CURES Xeuratgla, Jlhfumalttm, 1'atn in the Limbs, llatk and Bidet, Had Jtloodj 00po....Lr . .. ..,i,im ptr Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Becking hornet on the line ot thla road Arr. tterea. ,....... " Utlnfaton.- - MoiTB-Dooa- Ulchmond.. 3 00 S 5 pm JJ a mj HO. Ju p ml . ZJZZ..i ... No. II am l Na.1 Lre. Of 111 mood and Kldnry TroublM, by cletntlnx the blood of all lUlmpuiilleJ, tUtnftbeDlng all paiu lh body. CORDIAL CURES h-Y- CUHA MUn Aganuof thlt Company lor ratea, route Ac, er write c. r. .rjiouK, o. t.at.Aj tioalaTlll, Ky. 18S7. ipeclal rttea, wlllrecitTr Urlnpton. Arr. lUchmond Li. Ilowlacd Berea.., ,Z, a 00 10 Sf t am II " Uneaaur... Arr. 7 M Nraraljria. 1'alru In the Umbo, Hack and 81 Jm. by toning thentriM sod Utnxlhtalcz the inuKlra. h-Y- OUHA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, fodlrnrtlon kad Constipation, by aldlnc the Poodtbrouihthaproprr action of the alomach It crtalee a healthy appetite. CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, tollTro-lag Lt. Ktcbmond Arr. Wine heater. " Kalraeoth lUchraood.. Arr Lto. Leilogtoo ... lWla, 1 II 00 am ....... I IJ phi 0.1 J l p m 7 00 a m ami eat. tlia HARPER'S MAGAZINE .t Cynlhlana. " .... . Mpm Arr. Ourlngton 1 M P m! 70 a m I 6 p m 8 Ma m 4 47 p m.10 Ola oi 00 p ui It 10 a m UlBllltl IHib M.. i 5 ini.. aiwm 17 .(. 40 pm a 6 43 pm llpn pm Depression of tplrlta and WtaxaeM, by and toning lha tyiua. CORDIAL CURES MATATILLB BMANOH, Harper't Magazine during IUT w'll contain a Intenae illtlcl, aoclal, and romantic XoaTH-Boonentitled "Ka'ka" a ilory of lluulan life a nrw noiel. "enby Katbleeu U'Meara; titled1 April Hopea." by W. l. Howell.; South- Lt CoTlngton..J ern sketch " by Cbarlct Dudley Warner, and Islington lUtxcca Harding Uarli, illuatrated be William " l"arl .. Hamilton (JlbMii; '"reat American Induttrle" Arr UlllecLurg... It. T. Kly; continued; ' Modal Mudlea." by " CarlUle...... further artl'lea on the Kallwav Problem by com" Johooa,. petent wrltera; new aerlea of llluitratlone br K A. " MyeT,.. Abbey and Alfred Fawna; article by E. 1'. Vjm; and olber attractlooi DOtel ol o, OVERWORKED and IVllratp Women. Pnny and Sickly Children. a general Ionic. It Udellfhtful and nutritious Vnll nit Almnnite nnd I)larr. for 1HH7. A tiamlMm, complete anduwful Boot. tflllnrhowlocL'UK JUHK13K at IIUMK in a lUaant. natural war. Hailed on receipt of ate pottage itamp, AdJraaa u R(. bun. Ki. Baa. in S 40 a ta, 8O Oallr TToTMr Ually VOL.INA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD U. . A, It .. . 72Sam4I9pm 19 I I lmi,. m 1831 THE CULTIVATOR 1887 AKD I0 'Villi Slim i M tM 41 p a m 7 4J p ta III.. IIIIPB ttooTit-Bont- bo-fo- jnperinducod. Boston Post. wi - to neglect their sorious work nnd do what they can of an ephemeral or business-lik- o character in order to moet thoir actual broad and butter bills. Tho rent lias to bo paid, oven if customers do not como, dinner has to bo bought and tobacco must bo luuL So if tho great picturo on tho casvl cannot bo sold for $1,000, why something must bo Juno which will sell Immediately for $10. And so these young folio rrs got into all kinds of pictorial work. A sculptor In tho city hero, who has dono two or throo notablo pieces of work, supported himself and his family during tho timo ho was laboring on what is now n favorito work with tho public by drawing designs for theatrical pouting bills. Ilomndo no secret about it, and said simply that ho could mako moro money in a shorter timo by tills work than by nny othor. IIo hod ifano other theatrical worn. IIo had gotten np dainty drawings for souvenir books and illustrations for frpocial programmes, but nono of them wns so proiltablo oh taking it loco of charcoal and with n fow sweeping strokes picturo forth tho thrilling climnx of melodramotio play, with tho herojno in tho arms of tho hero und tho vill-i- u projiorly and artistically foiled. Hook and mngtizinn illustration I another way in w' Vh artlsbj who am skillful draughtsmen (urn quick Somu of them havo dono so woll at iflOnoy. if that they givo now nearly nil their timo to it mid nro umployod and doitcndod on for Now this work by tlio blggor publisher.., York Mail und Kx'prun. A Lorumottfu IIreiuan' lYoik. Support of Homo Artists. artist said Hint tho dealers did mora in foreign pictures In a day In actual monoy Uinn tho stuuios with their scorns of artists do In a month. Thero is nomoroconclusivo proof that support is lacking than b found in SJio fact that young artists just now nro Ouo coin-polle- lir d nnd burst in with her list: "I'm in n primer and a slate nnd a pencil nnd a spougoi" San Francisco Chronicle. I'rofenor Morso' First Lecture. I remember hearing Professor Morso his first lecture on telegraphy. It was in a small schoolhouso in a country town in Pennsylvania. IIo had an assistant with him nnd thoy arranged a wire around Uio room, and, sitting a fow yards apart, communicated to oaoh other what was dictated by any ono of tho audience. No ono believed it to bo anything but a hoax, and wo all laughod at Uio idea of talking over n wire as Mr. Morso t. ox plained. Steamboat Inspector in do-llvGlobe-Democra- SInco into "Tho Chimes of Normandy" nnd "Nearer, My God, to Thoo" into "Faust," and "Tho Last Roso of Summer" into tho "Mikado," it's pretty hard to tell whether you are attending n nursery, n prayer mooting, singing 6cliool or an opera. Tiioy ought to draw tho lino bomowhere. Tlio Living Church. Ought to Draw the I.tnn. thoy havo introduced "Lullaby" ' Tho Unlays, liko tho Chineo are great gamblers. Tbolr favorito games for which wo havo no name in English, suggest (and a few resemble) faro, lottery, roulette, odd and even, dominoes und dice. Many of them have learned tho American national game nnd draw and bluff with tlio snug froid of a Morrissoy or a RaiiMim. In tbu homo life they havo madu in tho new world the Malays nr industrious, nll'ectionato nnd domestic. When they marry thoy pick out jf possiiblo a German woman, next to her n daughter of l.'nn, thou n lady of color, and last of nil an American. Why they prefer thN order has Nik do la Ciuz never lioen nscortnlneiL widow, who is married to n Gorman speaks but littlo English nnd ho speaks oven Is German. When asked why ho married id"German women nro not her h pretty, but they nover get drunk, thoy don't light; tiny work hard; they're good anil they havo lota of children." When married they hord together the samo as when single. A typical boarding house in "Baxter Street Bond'' is a compartment on tho ground floor, about fourteen f oet ido by seventy long broken up by partitions into Of thut.o tho front room U six rooms. Uio office and store. Tho noxt, u compartment fourteen by twenty feet, ia tho living nnd sleeping pluco of tho lioardors, who vary from ono to twenty in number. In tho third sleep Nik, his wifo and wnallor children, in tho fourth his larger children. Tho fifth Is dining room and kitchen combined. The sixth and last It tho store room. Such a placo costs from $35 to $70 n mouth rent and not? its proprietor about (3,000 per annum. Tho Malays hnvo boon taught bo in my religions that thoy may bo tiuthfully paid to havo none. Missionaries and zealots from tho Buddhist, Mohammedan, Roman Catholic and Confucian faitlis nro found in every town and hamlet of Malaysia. Thoy outnumber Protestant missionaries ten to one. Unlike tho latter, they ndapt thamselvcs to their surroundings and Ixtcomo Integral unltd of Uio community. Thoy teach icnLitenUy. As a result tho Malay faith as seen in Now York is a vague mixture of all tho religions houso-kceper- s, Harper' Itatar........... .... AGRICULTUnAE WEEKLIES. Harpei'a Vouog I'uople Harper' Kranklyn euare Library no year JourThe Country (leutlenitn la the Lcadl -.. -.- ..10 CO (32 number.) nal ol An'cilcati grkullur. Iii amour.t and practical Ta'noof coulrnla, In extent vud ability Uaiper' ilaniln Andy tVrle' one year (51 urcorrHapnnilenon In quilllr nf und atrle IS 00 NumUri) ItUI-e-I1 ubllaton, It oceupua henntrank. to bar ro superior In either of the tbrte chief illflalnnsof roatege free to aM aubetrllief) In ;the United and Canada. Farm Crops and Frocenscs, v Horticulture & Fruit-Growinof the Mtg'tlnn Itegln with the Tit to'ii Nmnlieia for June and Hereiober ol ecb year lil When no Live Stock und Dairying, who the It inn la rpeclAed, aulMriptleni iice-ln- lgln of ituuibr current at lime of alw) include all mlnir ileprtinena af r'l-- Older. While It Hound XoluiBunf ll.rpn . JIawaH-- . far tKree Iniernt, I'lf-- m ttin I'oulirj Vnid Knt'iinulii Vein-I- n jm a iwtk.in nuatcl lb oImIIuk ii he en' by kj Hekii .o(j. tie iihnu-- 4d nielpt ol fl'O r toIiihi fli.il Auawem I'lr- t- m.l1, poaiild, ry Farm Ide IteailltK, I'uiueat c lj:uuuiuy huJ auunuirT tliith lUtca, for bludlng W (etila won by mall, tpid nt iim mnaufl ' a unrktt riaaro Mmti'ii-- . Alphabetical, ludei to uau lly ctimplHiM, and mimh ai I. nilmi l mld lit teal, and Cuudnl lur Volinuia t m 70, luunri ,i iiijlit In ibr irHci f tliecri tro.n June, lMi, to J hum, iW5, ono rol , tv lieu o iho mull nii.iM jut iUftioUi iuj alio wiipn to pii. i u uiirriiiiy Muitrilra bfii. t'liilli tl.00. d be mad by t'natofSre MonUeiulltatio ahou ant la intdntetl 'o autiply lu a rontlnuallt Increa-ey tinier or Dra'l, to at ol chauee of io. deKiee alI In lbs tint miiieol tli trim, Newapapir. aro n tlovoii inla iilrertUeiucnt rVvWHpapcr, wtthuut tneeiiriainnlerof HaiirA Krothera. ,.. 4 .a-r 1 Country Gentleman, Harper'. Weekly m tka. Harper's Magatlne. .. ......... The but ol the t ..... 4 CO CO 00 a oo Lta MayiTllie..,.. ' John.on.,,., " Carlt.le Arr I"rU ........... Mllleraburt . Dally ualiy hx. Hun. Kg. Han 5 85a m'UMpm TJo7SnNo7Jr IJpm 360pm S 15 S S7a m I 7 a 2 23 p m 7 tC a rol uj " Islington " CiTlngtoh KOTM. a I) 0 OS a m 0 10 p m 10 a m A no pm Ma ml p m tI I ., Train. art,! . . .1.11. i.- -. Ualti(jton and Clnrinnatl: other train. rMll.llV MVAar.. Ul.tt.tmm Ulrecteouti clluniaremadeat U'lnrboater with theaajwaked Ohio lor Mt. Hterllng, A.hlaod, lluotmgton, Charltaton, W. V., and IJ.lojn dU cneter ut t ile.ilnatlonnachr.lby trailrwil. wmp,ei,y"cr",UUUr,, tlcn.l'aM. Ageut, run rlB WlnmmfM. Train, ft?:.',?0 . le.png Car. beiweoc ulluiaa Clhclnnat and Itlchmond, Va., and tVlncbeeUM and Waihlngtor, 1). C . Throunh tlcketa and bargagn checkeJ to anr e ir-p-r- y, "" n "'y 'eul of the (gu-un- na rmk lp llrer' Trar. I'aae. Agent. An-al- Jl. i:. IIUNliMlP.N' lieueral uiUrra, Coflugtca, Ky. I!lrer. ' X m t.ivr, Ariftiiitiral yjr AUdrca ltAKfi.lt A HltUlllhlU, New VutW Newport sws & -- mmm mm . ' Ji'nr Ineto tlm inner Itnecluii I new aubunbera for 1887 ryleg In ad-- ti ce iiow, will rccelrii tne ip. r wn'kly Irnui the reieipt ol tlm remlttanee, to Jauutiy 18i7, with ricliiiciiiipl a (ret. AiMivm oulcbaiH-- i LnrtJi:i; ll't'Kl.ll .1 rO.S, t uMl.he a, aIImim, Now lurt. .MlbouRti the Country (ivntleinan liu Iren greatly nilui;cd, the ternia eoullnuo ai bnlow whuii paid atrlct I u Italic- -. Oueoip) oii'-ynl b , lour iiihleaSIO, ard an t tun audit oial copy tor tho cop thedub, leu t 0 ami additioi al copy one TIIK- THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y CIIESflPEUKmilllfl eDUTE KciiHicLcj'm ICouto Em! von uA 1 Washington, Thiladolphla and Now York. Tho only line runulne AND I'UMjMAK aE.V SMJUI'hVG IJAIW J homed. ework Cor. Cleveland Loader, llurtid TIioiii tu IlMlifi llliu. I'rUoncr ftut do you think tlw will hang met Counsel Let thorn do it If tho dare. It would bo tho iMtft thliiK that could happen for our side wo would rocowr heavy dam-ngJ Tho prisoner tlmt would onstio, hut thinks recovtry Stark Twain Expluliin. Mark Twain explains why ho doaiiiot like than tlw locomotivo fireman," said nn old to como to Now York with Ids wife "She engineer. "Tho nvorugo man thinks that nil Uio flxo-m- is very anxious to havo ovcry ono think sho y dresses liko n Now Yorker," ho says, "nnd lias to do is to rlila in Uio call and throw in n stick of wood or a shovel- yot whonovcr sho buys anything in n store ful of coal. Tlio, truth is that from tho timo In this city tho clerk to sure to ask: 'What ibo fireman loaves bis outgoing station until hotel tfiall I snd this to, uin'mnf' " lb reaches tho cud of ids run it h almost a Sccnbxl mucilago U a navr thing in uolita constant strugglo to lioepun ttcam." 'V tAliouery. Traveler. T don't know of a harder worked man oocau-tonall- wjciuh U) untlcrhUiul tlio dam-riBP- nn douhtful, Judgo. Ar-fatn- Aniitiultiim In Ctuli. A dqiutit of puro nfiplialtuni, front llftccn to twenty foot thick, lia boon discorcrutl near Tliistlo SUtimi in Utnh. It U uorth n ton, nnd tho oxic(u) of mining U only After Forty raara' etperienee In the Preparation of more gaj a, gaj Thotuand application, for paUnU la wu me riuitiw anu lha tklantlltJ muunitednulilt.har.toof vuiviku .h act ae .ol'citor. American oontlnua trad for patent., .l.v.( mlji fnrlh llnlLAtt NtatMI. and to obtain patent In Oanada, KDgl.nd. Vranoe, Cennanr, and all other eountrlr. Ibelreipen.dcb I. uoaqualed and their faollltle are uncurUranlngf and .(Mtclflcatloni prepared and filed In the Patent Offloe on ahort notice. 'lerm. er ret.on.ble. Mo charge for eiamlnatlon of mndall or drawlege Adle by mall free ratent.otitalnixtthroufh Miinn.tOn arenotloed Inthe HUIKNTIKIU AlIKIlIUAN.whloh enthaa' the lancet clroulatlou and (. the imml Inf. new.paper of IU kind publl.hed In tbe world The adrantage ot auch a notion ctery patentee omlent.nda nawipacee 'thla large and aplendldlr lltnatratedyear, and U a ptiblUhed VKI:KI.Y at UOi admitted to be the best paper derotod to aoleno. inftchanloa, Inrentlona, engineering worka an J ntber deptrtmentg ot Indutrlal progreu, In any country. It oautaln. tlianamaa of all ptenteB4 and title of erorj Intention patented, etch weok, Trr It four muntba for one dollar. Bold by all newadealor. if loii bare an Inientlon to patent write to tllStlkai et., Triraiig 'aS?-- snr' inrJ-w;go- v. s f- jtIm vrr',- Si- u-- it " A SOLID TRAIN Lonisvillo, Olnoinaati tt Lexington, kv fi Interior Journal BTANl-OBD- Past Trains for Now Connecting Id the aama depot with nauiujjbuu Zj, VJItV, , KY. W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. 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