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I have bought the rlht lo sell the Florence Wtublrs Mirhlno and am now prerare.1 to furnish all who in.y with to ute tbelr clothes frj th tutiblnic and IrArlug incident lo tlinoM processol Horn, on the J n, lo the wife of Mr J Hnrmann, a ion. a new iive Mr. Will Jauiea has ment laid in front of bin Kioto. The Mammoth Cue party h return hd ed and report a c'ellghUul trip and plenty of fun. Another public well hi bc-'- n opened up here. Moot nil the wtlla km getliug very low. i!l attend A Urtft crwd fioui I err- tl e lull at Drippunt KritiK" to uinrrow, the lint nf the irninii a 'ew cneit. no reunin at Crab Orchard Kprlin:- - and 'mlf tW it bolt Ilk.- - .otilr ' Imi q'let hull denrll " Mr Hamuli Sieger will not return ! the City till winter, but will make her hitne here with htr mother, Mm Harris lck at Dr. Mm. J mien KnnoU Mim Ktle Holuiiu id tniiBh beder and win able to be uiit a' preaching laal Hundiv Mr. Jmr Clover and bride pained tliroush here Tuesday. Mr lljwen llorer, Mm rhouip.on and Mr. Joe Itlnrlwrlac couipanied them to ijlanfoid. Oiralrlni: bind ii rapidly improvin.-aland bid. fair In rink wMi the very bMt. rhey practice j.lst acrum the alreet from where we lite, .0 you fee we have an opportunity nf fairly Judging. Mr. Cnris II Mention wai luitUUl ai Good Teupltrn Lvlge TueeJay night lie paper, which Tne lo.!. inw bout of wilt he edited erc'i week bydlflertnt mem Mm. Tarrant edited and read the her rumbrr lat Tutodir nlcht Mr. Hriglie came over Sjnday snd mti(id the trusters that he could not tale charge of the ll"h bchool, 1 hi" health will not admit of hi teachini: Tbla Irate, ii. without a teacher at present mid perhaps (n the whole hmIoi, hi 01 t.l all the tr.rt era ate enticed el.ewhere Mim Habra II tys, of Stanford, la the O-il- y 1 lVt-.in'. iuitof.MiM 1. 3U Junta Mit KirJ Jime. is visiting in Lexington. Mwe. e Annie Sinidetou and Liah Hiezir It ft this week to enter tchool at (leorRe'nwn I'd Miss Ilelttn Hugui i. mtle Kemlntry visiting relatives in l.int l.cV. Dr. and Mn. V H. Armeudi, who rpenl the mm-mc- r here, have returned lu (Jt nsboro Mra dim Ward la vlsitln.: in I.mdon Mr'. 1'iora IUre, who formerly taught cbont here, arrived Monday nishl to be present al tie Haldeniin Hiichanan nup tia 1 Mia Kettle Caron i visiting fr.enda in wi in Liuitvillr. Mr. Ciel Willtima Mir town Sdnday. Nim KraticM, nf I'jidI Lick, hu been the cuet Mr. J. T. Hik'Kt'.a. Mm, Jael Cooprabd Mil. Jen. n e Ivinnnly have returned from a rieit to The leeeieiVt aawciatlon will meet The report is out that Holiday Jones Rold his firm -t- he old Hum Williams pltce StUirdny. The Winchester r Hi rr tiled for at the lo Arch Frye, TutaJay, price not made ahoollnc, initch Halurday wa won by Geo. public Iliatl. No change in the status of the sick George Hiaty and Jamea Frarer were oiks. ElSlaggand Mr. Join I) Ctrien tried In .omeliiiiiorcaae.SilurdaT by jurie. ter have gone on a visit lo Manchester, the before Judi;e Colyer und anjtiitted Utter to e relntife', ICi.it is supposed, T J. Ward luaaold hi. inlere-- t in the with a view lo arranging for a change of Wildie quarry to J H. Miller, a wealthy relations, atone dealer and tj'iarrymau of Cincinuiti. Minnie Jesse T. Hacker Hnd Mis Wiley Mullita and Gentry Crow were married 01 Wednesday at O J, are takini: in the Ltndon Fair. W Crow't; ceremony by K'der W. L. Williams, Sutlit r. of K ,ilf r, M 1 , and Ml-- . Dila June-'- , who, very much to the disjtial of the of Mcrvlnt.ey, are vi.itiiii; the family of writer, reeurrected in order to do the work, Dr. Dtvi. which hi friend would I, aye cl.etrlull) -- II (J. llfOUtfhton, who hi beu run- taken oil his hand". ning a alore in I'me Hill for the lal two Any gentleunn who lias abundance tc yrarn, ba had iiif bti-i- r aclorrd by iui(t grr, gram nd wtter wjuld Ii id this a of lit omlil ir Hive not been able in grand market fir the purchase of horses, learn amount of liabilities and a.ot.. We have also a mules, citlle or hogs Tney tell it on Vf Vtnti tliat ho oat-ri- ed number of wo'ls, cisterns and wa'er courses two or three bttrel. of water from the to rent for .1 limited period on easy terms town aprin a few nli;hl. xince and put it OaSTl'iii i not an "d." but given for gen in hie well under tie impre-Miothat it eral iuformttiou. This coirwpoadent feels oulraged by would the will on the name principle the charge made in Tuesday's paper. Mr a Min doe.. The lunch crop thai promixed lo he eo Walton know that the writer rode ten miles In pursuit of an item, and ht7lng Ure btfore the drouth ha proved lo be failed to find it drew on his imsginatior, a failure. The tiis orchard of Miller it Dnny, near town, from which wa. ex reduced the result to writing amid the of the county court, and laid the cted U,000 bu.he!, only yielded eomt paper on the editor's table beforo 11 thine like 200 buiheN. The deciaiou of Jude Morrow in the o'clock. Fur this, signal act of devotion lo the LsTKittoii JouiiNAi. a vote of thanks is local upli'in i le.tiou In Gtrrtrd 1. condemned by the prohlbluoui-- i here, but the solicited You are correct and it is heartit'Hiikinif people lo belie;n the Judi;e ly giver. knew the luw on ine .ut'jjct or he would j piper and letters received from not bate ifen the decision in the way be Dr. Iiruwn it is evident that the meeting of at Washington City tho medical pro'e-sio- n did R, W. l'.rri and family, of tin. place, is an til tir of bit; dimensions. The interand McDufl WirJ and family, of Marel-bur- jf, est manifested by the preis rival that evinced on inauguration day. The left fur VantUlia, II'., Tue.diy ac- fiendish etiarvers. however, have gitten CutpaniHl by I) X William., who i;nen to look at .quio properly there. Willi. H. out a gallery of so called likeue're-- i of the Ailam. i. elck with fever H. II. Thorn ''medicos," which, if not a maliciotn cariliurK'. of New Haren, i. niyht owlwi; here cature, represents n batch of the ugliett for a .hurt time in the pl.ee of Xtte most outMndish, unbapt'Z'u heathen ever depicted on pnper. Kvace. k ''Dr. is In town, filward Parker, Sr., rUed of consumpMoore, thi epeclalist," j w t. tion Tutsday. W. IS, Landmen was uiarrieJ to a Mim Pniliip., at Kail IiernMadl. There's liyelv irioming for the Fair, whicn opens to day, Thursday. fijhool at Laurel Ham nary opened up Monday with unusually fine prospects. Old Uocle John Law.on, a respected citlzsn of tins count", 1. dead, aged SO In a family row at Hit. A. Ii. II. Mc Kee's, colored, Tuesday morning one of the hoys cut his mother's finger off with an i ,ir LAKES Two CenlN ICE ! .t ! "" TcnllV'Ver7!n0,nVl In Utanloril warning Taaeone ni try 11 and ie conrinceu. I'll not worry you about buying unless jou .ire filly ntlitied at to lit merit.. jr. r. KficiK, HeailiUtrtere it .8. Myert' itorn. Per 'Found. ji k. 11 a Acconntt due it the close of each month or rhen customer quits. inton: G. A. BENEDICT & CO., STAM'OHD, MJEIiTIIVJGRY. I am KI.MTUK1. Well Drillers and Pamp Adjusters. KVWelli Drl.lci to older and tminps fjrmislml at lactorr prices. 2lVt f daily opening an elegant line of Spring Huuiruor Mllliuery, lucluJing all -- and The Latest Novelties of the Season. Alro Notions, inch m Handkerchiefs. Collin Bucblng, Contt, Bustlea, etc. Yon ".? will And me at the roomi lately tjcauJ by Hiul .k Warren, next door to thu Myeri Hume. le con-fusio- ri ra cen-era- lly The Williambur Hilmagundi man', Lincaiter. Oil the Tib, at the residence of the bride' parruto. Mr. and Mm John Huch .isan, Mr John A. IfahJeman and MIm Annie Buchanan were united in wedlock' holy bond., by Ky. A H. Mcfleli. The bride wa. attired in a handsome blue cloth traveling die-- , with hat to watch and only the reUtive aod very intlma'e friend of Imthe cintracttn partiea were present mediately followlne the ceremony an ele Un' lepa.l wa. .erred, after which the hippv citip'o It ft on the noon train for at exiended tnir to O d Point Cjuifort, IJm ton, Niagara Fall, and other point nf inter The cake for the occa.ion were prepared by Mre. F Kmnedy and he and M Mm J.T. Hlcuina iced them. The iri: wan certainly beautiful, eapecMly iho bride', cike. Ttie tiridal prra that in s were numeiO'ja and coMly Lome-v- i Anil thu. anle la to be Iheir home other of our i;irl. is removed from our mi I't Oiebr eoo they lotve tin We wih the newly wedded pur propentT and the full allaimnent nf nil thir happy chicken with a double heart rather .Ugicer our aix fooled one, which i. not yet ready lo etiow the .tliitc feather, not being eo chickt n hetrlvd, but teriiit. in hoverini; it. claim of heini: (he ratxt wonderful freik of the pjtiltry yard a. well m atlemp iuy to crow over the ftel that it nitive cmnlry i. .till ahead in mnmm 1 briar, with thorn, larger than (he .purs which the freak weir. LiFayelle Field., Val Nictlr and Tom KU'.by belnncint; to the tame company during the war and who bad not teen each other eince bjlnR muttered out of the arrvice, met here Monday bat; not by any prMrrangement or understanding between them, hut each erne on pen. ion bu.inta. The pectilitr feature of the rae is that all three of the men were woutirled by the tame bullet and eich had the ball to pa Mr Fiell ii uow a throuuh hi le,: cit xen of llt-- t Tennessee and Citue here looking up proof iu hi pension claim, The othtrt are resident of thi county. 1 GrrriNO Kvr.K. She was one of Jhose sort of girls, born lofty, approach me-nwith a silver ppoon in her mouth, and to this dsy because it wasn't pure gold. Hilly Itliven bad .pet been introduced to her at a lawr. fete, and was doing his beat in hi plain, matttr of fact way, to make himtelf agreeable. After they had chatted a few minulei on the veranda, Billy concluded that he would like to know her better, so be came at the subject thus wist: "J should greatly I I should like very much to call on you some evening. Suppose I drop around and we ro out and take a little walk?" "Thanks," eho said stilll ; 'I am no pe desfrian " Hilly pondered a little while and then remarked in a tiuiet way peculiar to him ot KA'JCE JVHtKI.i il. Mi lis m Kockcastle, Clay, Knox and Whitley, as well a. some other "jr. ayjiks. n. oiVBis, rouniies, furnish their full tjuota for the hotary Public. D.1XVXLLE. KY. Litirel County F.tir. lias, removed to hlie'i'gant now building Miss Mittie Scales has been very sick, lliand lib'tt.r thin ever prepir-eto a'ommo'litu the public with hao pb turei but is improving. Miss Emma Brown is from Pbotograpbitolifaalzi, anlilacthn gutr 311 Fifth 8trcct, sufleiing fiO"i typhoid fever John T. tend. LOUISVIJLiIsE, - . ICY. Hitclier has beeu laid up for teveral days TIIi:.(). 1 with typhoid fever and neuralgia. Koomt 3 au I 5, Cromle Block. (108-y.) -- Jude W. E. Walker, John II. Parke, NEW ENGLISH KITCHEN, PEARSON .St CLARK, and El Walker, of Garrard, were up TuesGEO. W. HINESLEY, Prop day, ostensibly for the fair Thursday, but ST., Dogs 408 no doubt in search of fox hounds being scarce, they returned Wednesday Wo will bo better prepared than over to LEXINGTON, KY. without waiting for the fair. vltltora to tho ezpoiltlon this year. Kates Xs 11 "XVoHt Hiils are out for a grand closing out very reasonable and everything new and clean. 1 Alain Hli'uot. 203-m "feslibute" at the African Methodist Epis- Open day and nlgbt. Elegantly furnished rooms. 2J0-copal church in this city Friday uight, in Location In tho heart ol the city. which the following striking passage cc FARM FOR SALE ! cuia: "Are y.iu going to the festibule? Yes, because I am informed that there be MT VERNON, KY. I for aile, prlralely, my farm adjoining th ice cream, egs, drawing, chickens, cke town Dr Hustoculllo on SUiilord pike-- bid farm " of This old and llotel it ttlll main. aud pies aud rnmy other things" which it tJUATAIXN AKUVIOI) AfJfiJKM, ; Ululng Itt fine reputation. ChHrgot roaaonable. is promised will be served "in stile and hrcclal attention to tho traveling public. More or less of Hanging lork Hottom Laud, 0 good rrder" JI. I'. SJEWVOJItt, Pro'r, luallty, id! under good face, mostly iot and Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. It'ce are visitiug rail ot cedar and locust, nk cottage liwelllni;, good Itarn and other There are in this city. H G Ward, Paint Lick, tcTeral btorta, Merchant Mill, National Bank, It 3. MABTIK. Jo. U. TEBKISS. flourishing lown, the BaoniiKiD, Kv., May, 1S7. Joined his wife and son in a visit to rla and twogenerous and bchools In tbeTor People Hospitable. further X. Albright (srtlll hv in (nfnrm thatr m.nw lives here. John Petri, of the railway Information call on or address Il.X.C. ALLE,ov I frieBdaauu customers ot he change In firm name to mail tervice, wus up to see friends a few J.J.AIjIjI'.IS. 25'Mt HustonvllIoKy. 9I.1KTIX at PEKKIXS. days sicce, accompmied by Master Willis, Judges Horeing aud Brown returned from Tne new firm hopri, not only to sustain the rep-- , utatloncftheold, but intents to make many Im- Hell county recently. James S. Raudall proTementaintne manulacturo ol tobacco wblcli will be to ths intereat ol our customers. Wo will went on a visit to Whitley. Dive Jackson devote special attention to our Natural Leaf bran da and wife have returned from the moun- To tho Citizoa of Linoola County: of Kentucky's bent leaf Thanking you for patt farort and asking lor a continuation of your trado, tains, George Thornbury, Pikeiille, has Harlot; recently equipped a fine Roller Mill In we remain, Itesprctfitlly yours, the town ot Htanfori ttat ItS-Cfor several days. Mrs, J. U. equal tnquallty of rlour, wo we defy any Mill to been here JIAHTI. 4b VFMKIS8. think the citizens ot Mrs. Frank the county should hare county pride enough to Li in rick is visiting here. patronize and sustain the same i'e wish to InBrown, Manchester, was here during the form whom it may concern that we are In tho a), buy your wheat 1)11.1. S. II UK DETT, week. Brother J. C. Gill ha? returned market to thehlghestmarket and cornlor aod will We ways giro aame. prlto are added some new machinery to our corn meat from Louisville. Mrs Perkins, Wil Urns OCULIST, department and cm now mako meal to suit any burg, is visiting Mrs. J. A. Craft. person It ctnnot bs i qualcd by any other Mill In BRODHEAD, KY. th's Tlc'nlty We toll it a trial In our ttour anl sit E. H.FOX, Uarnrd lIIOTJ6:OG R AIIJEK, 'c'" I j. st AYRES& GIVENS, d ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1 jefferson louisville. "WTiolesale Grocers accotn-modato 6 FINE NSWOJIIS XtOTJRJj , . 1 NOTICE. 1 IN MEMORIAL. meal department. All having Kraln in our line loraale will pleisocall at Mill, where our agent Hi these lines dclicated of Jamet Iliatt, to the memory who was killed on the 31 jTa, had an experience ol orer fifteen itocc. 2.M-t- J'llt.-'- IU1 f J4IUCI t ii . day of July, while attempting to escape ar rest for acrimo which be did not commit, l. and may their sentiments be ever held ;. Stanlord Pttl B(UV nua in, nirji r. Holler Mill Co. ! ,ir, ,n,l Clat SttentiOU lSEiron to thn trMtment r.f nil ,11.. eases of the eyes. Name and address ot patient! cured given on application If dealred. 220-G- Notice of Incorporation self: "I'd have I knew asked you to go out riding only Merchant you were no jickey." Traveler. A Western paper narrates how a mothtr in Dakota sacrificed her band to save htr child from death. Sie was cooking supper over a gasoline stove while her two litllo children were playing on the floor. In turning around her sleeve caught (he gasoline faucet and lurntd il on. She turned it oil', but not btfore some of It had fallen in the tea kettle She picked up the kettle tocairit out, but had hardly taken a step when the gajoline exploJed and the Ihmti burst out She rtnhed to the door but il would not opan Tj drop the lliui ing kettle meant death to her children, so the brave little woman clung to tho kettle while her hand was burned to a crisp and the oil burntd out. 'I he next day tho mother's hand was amputated. BRODHLAD, - Ksv ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. .t etn-bo- 11 hupe Mr Walleritou I Cfinlinuen 10 read Mr. Kicdtll out of the democratic party. Thin ! hi. tteit eflitloo: There are tu my I'ood In ileuH.cr.iie, I am aure, in Pennaylvanie. minority of them, f.ict, theruia a atron lint they will never amount to ni'irh and they oiicht not to count for much, until they have taken Mr. Kunlnll by lie eeat t f iIih hretchex it tut pitched him over into the repuhlicin camp, where ho belong. lie i no more a democrat than I'i'k iron Kelley. lie Ik kept in Cjncrem by the rritiblicana for their own party purpoere. Heetayein the detuucralio parly and profee to ba a democrat, to serve the republican mauler to whom he btloaira and who pay him the To put price of hit eU in the Home aud to keep him out, for the in! him out tir that he and has al way been, in not merely honor and duty, but prudence. He in hurtful only when ma'queradinc aa a Mr. Morgan preach i at the IStp-ll- l church on r.iestbiy evening. - Water continues lo ('e a scarce articlo here, but we now hare proepecl of rain. Tbemcial uiven to theyouni; folks by Mr. and Mr. J, I.. Brooks, on last Monday evt, wa a succrsn in every particular. Oar echoed now in prO;re with bo Miss Lena pupil in attendance of Fairciild, Ky , a uradua'e of Georgetown Female Seminary and nn experienced teacher, has charj of the primt ry ilepiilmeiit nud of music Mr. Ltikin Hicks, win, about ibree week. ito, tut himself jmt below the kneo with n foot utlx and ha been conBncJ lo bis bed ever since, it now improving and it Is hoped he will soon be nble lo fO alutlt. Mrs. Lucy Crawford and her beautiful and accomplished daughter, M Saliie, of Hen derson county, are the vilest of Mr. Jamra Crawford's family. Mi Anna Moore, of Cincinnati, O., is visiting her eisler, Mrs. Nichols B J. Conn, of Altamoni, wat visiting hi mother last Sunday. Wici-iii-lo- Deith,even when looked upon. in the light of a hope of a gloriout reiurrection, ii indeed sad; but hn death comes to a noble voung tuau tindr such startling and terrible circumstances, how piercingly sad an 1 heart rending it must be to those who Alir! and loved him so devotedly in life alst! that all can not realize that death is all for the better, even in the most trying hour and meekly bow with the prayer of .Christian resignation on their quiyering lips "O God. thy will be done " But euch is not the nature of humans here below; and woaie all prnne t piur nut the essence of love divine, and give vent to sorrow through tbe meJitim of tears and lamentation. In our n tture, what is in our hearts must come forth, and after thnt by degrees we become reconciled to the inevitable fate which has beoti allotted us. The readers of this are no ("oibt familiar with erc'i And every circumstance of poor Jimmie Hull's deitb, and the writer there fjro forbears a resume of the ffliir upon their pttieuce. He is dead, and thcto who loved him so fondly and ho well, mourn him in all siurerily of their faithful beirls, James Hiatt, in life, was n noble And Justice Came at Last. -- The ecaf. .lands in the chilling dawn, with its generous, brive and true n friend croaking beams and ghastly freight and a every impulse blended with that fold Notice it hereby glren that tho undersigned hare lorraed a corporation and have recorded the articles thereof la tho clerk's office of tbe Lincoln County Court, pursuant to Chapter 50, den. Statute! of Kentucky. I. Th name of ths Corporation Is thi "Cum berland Valley Land Company." II. The general nature of tn business it to buy and sell land. In Harlan and Bell counties, Ky . to mlno coal and to manufacture lumber. III. Its principal place of business Is Stinford. Kentucky. IV. The capital stock Is fixed at SISO.CtO, with privilege to begin on 550,000. Kach share Is S100, to bo raid In money. V. The Corporation shall begin business on tho 2Jlh day ol July, 18S7, and coatinuo 25 years. VI. Tho aflalrs of the Corporation aro to be conducted by alliard of ssven Director!, from which a President, Secretary ind Treasurer are to be elected. Tho Incorporators shall cumposa the first board, and the election thereafter to le held on tho third Wednesday ol July annually. VII. Tho Corporation shall Incur no debt great-tha- n ot Its paid up stock. VIII. Tbe private propeity of stockholders shall bo exempt Irjm corporato debts snd liabilities. IX. Tho Corporation ahalt pjsicis all the powers prescribed li',Cba,ter Stf, Ueneral Statutes of Kentucky. UOBT. 130 V D, W. (i. WELCH, VINCENT BOltr.INO, JOHN BEXNET1, GEOUf.E McALlSTEB, W. T. WALTON h L.&N. Louisville ! & 1 Nashville R. R. I"T TUB tIBEAT I,l1UUU11 T It 10 THIC V If I.TVP SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers, Lit it Ih lifts l XitMhiillc, AtllllltH, ,t1iiiiIi1h, Mi.iituonieo'. I.iUlf IRotk, uiitt Aetv OrleaiiN. MoIiMk Ouly cue change to points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ?ttkl!g special rates. rSvo Agents u( tbl Company lor rates, routes Ac, or rltn C. P. ATMOHE, (J. P. AT. A., Loulsiille, Ky homes on tho lino of this road will receive fellow, J.S. IIOCKEU. whose of the tili-S- t written The appended extract from threat of the Standard Oil Ctrupitiy acainnt a certain rtilroad should be published in evtry nwptp-- r in the United States Tho railroatl oflicial threatened submitted to the demand of the monopoly and the document came out when he was testifying be This precious fore n Senate committee document reads: "You ehall make a uniA Sin Antonia, I'exn; woman who ap form ra'e of IH cents per btrrel for all per lars to have some prejudices in the matter eon excepting the Standard Oil Company; uf color, publishes tho InllowinR viRirous d mocrat. you halt charge them 10 cunts a barrel for card: ''I want the public to distinctly unMy If any one does you a f.tvor or give you their oil and also pay them '25 ctnts a bar- derstand that my husbnd is no you" in your prettitst rel out of the 35 cents collected of other tnolherwas a Creole French woman and my a preer.t, aty "thank Courier Journal mmner. Out don't allow yoursolf to fall BhlpperH." father a Cherokee Indian and my husband's into the wretched and underbred habit of 7.jb Vance, of North Carolina, mother was a Comanche Indian and bis Penator mvIiu "thanks" upon all occasions, The and Senator Euslis, of Louisiana, are the father a German " effect of the curt, slighting wort! upon the only democratic Senators who have openly -- The Pullmans employ 7.50S people. feelincH of the perton to whom you are denounced the Admlnistralon In Congress At the car shopi at Pullman, 3 300 are on is very much, as Mrs. Sherwood and out of Congress. Last spring the which for June fooled up to cleverlr says "as If you did your gratitude Louisiana Senator b'came a friend of the the pay toll, Your boy hit gone and may he reat The highest priced car ever up in n ball and fired at the head of your Administration, and now Senator Vance $150,000. l'orercr on his Sarlor't breaat. built there cost $40,000. Tne averE ptice And may you life, be pure and true, friend," has announced that he is for Cleveland, of a Pullman slteper is $13,000, That you may rest on His breaat too, conBusiK. Lexington, Ky. The children talk I', tbe sronn folks and that North Caroliia will go to the Iuh been G. P. Wright, of JUltlmore, think it, and chickens itio for il Gnnter' vention shoutinu Ii.r him. The boys in the The Lexiiuton Trotting races will be falling into line. Louisville the father of 2S children, 2.1 of whom are Chichen Cholera Cure. Sjld "no cure no trenches are living. '1'be youngest child is t weeks old. held October 4 Times. ii. py by Mcllobtrt & Siscg 1 i, human form swing, on swings: on, whilo the gibbet groans at its ewaying weight. The vultures Ibck from the shores of uight anil hungry perch on the swaying form and the children gather in wild affright, br this A fen r fill tceno in the summer storm pltcard see on the dead man's breast, with a legend pinned by a brutal hand, that wuultl disLotior the dead one's rest, and shame bis tunie in bis native land. And a pilgrim halts by the scaffold high and reads the card on the tleid one's form, which say : 'Like this uny all people die, who ak if the weather is not warm."-Atchis- on Globe. Nj deed of one whom bn would friendship was ever ton difficult for him to uttempt to perfcrm and bis generous heart would never stay the arms outstretched to help another. As a son be was tbe very synonym of duvntion; always gentle, kind and loving to the authors of his exis tence, aod as a brother his love was as boundless as aps.ee itself, and no eister ever had a more tender, loving brother than he who now sleep so calmly and peacefully in the cemetery on tho hill. That sister, whose very soul was enshrined within him, will ever remember his loving kindnes and bis gen'le voice will ever sweetly ring in her ears throughout mortality. Hut he Iibb gone. Ilia spirit his winded its flight beyond iLe loftiest peak to thi t celestial city wnich none save God and Ilia have seen and now paces in its wonted iren tleness the gold pwed streets of tbe New Jerusalem. Then cheer up friends and kindred dear, and try lo be reconciled to tbe wilt of the Matter, and with an eye 011 the cross strive on till the last to meet and rejoice with Jimmie in the land where no sorrow ever comes and sadness is unknown. bef.-ien- &1 5ii ! CHICKEN Cholera Cure pspios er A Son, the pipuUr and reliable Tb d Ku.ibn, tho famous Warron, and s- Deck- celebrated Clonal l burcb A Co's A Eumtt. The the John oaFtcSa-jSLONrI ' ' I Any one desiring an elegant and durable mu- ileal instrument will do well to examine our Wears agents for the iric before iki chasm; Joan Church A Co.. and will war. rant our PiaLos fot aeveu yeart, and our Organs lor tire years Tbe Ererett Piano and the Clough A Warren Org iu are the best and most reliable Oar Instruments Instruments manufactured. cm b3 seen at the pintolhcd lit Stmfotd, where Miss Hoe lllcbards will Hate prices, etc. Persons who nave purchased tbeas Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish. We will b glad to aervo tbe publli, aud guaran teesatlsfartlou Elder W. L- Williams, of EltittoRvllle. also rep- rrseuts the John Church A Co , aod will bo pleas- ed lo serve bis friends. H. U. V I,. i'OO li, Agents. n - BKFKKKNCKS. J. 10-1- Thousands of dollars worth of chit kens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that jvsilhel) ernes it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a bottle is enough for trial A It is guarone hundred chickens. anteed. If, after using two thirds uf a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned und our mom-- will be refunded. 5o-cenv John D. Carpenter. Ilmtourllle; J. if. Elmore, Stan ord, James Bejsley, Staulord; J. M. Philips, Stanford; A, It. i'ennr, Stanford; Mrs, Fannie Earra, Lancaster; (I en W J. LaudrJtu, Lancaster; Charles Saudtdge, Junction City; W. M. Payne, FrrachtrsTlllo; Mrs. E M. Carpenter, Stanford; Mrs, Msgglo liolmos, Crab Orchard; O, T. Wal183 lyr lace. Lancaster. srs ecrdlslly recomniut tcmclr Awwn to us (.1 taoitlKsa ami i.Usl. loU contlicr. t abl, so tin every ca.s it hat .m in tttuficUcn. Alcslt A Llsl. lltiiiiiD. N. Y. yOusrsatsf r.r.ilo ri to a IIATS. csuMBiriiurt. doi ul re tilIu:iCiel:ilCa. l Ohio. itritT.Ttt, Cincinnati,! 5.llkrDrslits. fit.s 4I.OO. ii. il S L hiM 1 i LA J .. v & By the burning of a theatre at Exeter, William Aiken, of is dead, egjd SI. lis is England, 150 people lost their lives and perhaps tho gentleman who made the noted many others were fatally maimed and remark to tbe governor of North Cirolina bruised September 9. 1887 on Stanford, Ky., In the Bith circuit court Lewis Baker one accasion. has been sentenced to tho pouitentiary for After shaking hands with 5,000 saw. life for tho murder of Richard Workman, bones this week President Cleveland felt W. P. WALTON. whose widow is now on trial for complicity like going to bed and giving some of them in the crime to which Biker says she incithe job of cutting of! tbe offending memted him. That original nod only genuine prohi- ber, which ached so he could not rest. A fire Tuesday night at the mines of bitionist, Gen. Green Clay Smith, was here question of building a canal to con the Uirren Fork Coal Company, in Pulaski week and in a conversation with us, this The SmMEKeeMn nte rioronmai South Carolina, GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. i$ tjavethis wonderful programme of politic aleTenls, Slid he: "In 1888 there will be tire candidates for the presidency demo cratic, republican, prohibition, labor and Tbe democratic candidate know nothing will win, the republicans will hare the next highest vote and the prohibitionists the next. Defeated for the eecind time tbe republican party will never nominate an other candidate, the labar question will have been settled by the following election nd in 1S92 there will be a stand up fi;ht between u democratic ticket and a prohibition ticket, these being the only ones in the field. All the temperance republicans will go over to the prohibitionists and the wbis ky republicans to the democrats, the pro hibition ticket will win with hands down and the year of jubilee will have come," or words to that effect. The general alas said that in the next election the prohibitionists He will poll 25,000 votes in Kentucky. wound up by asking us to remember these predictions and observe tbeir fulfillment to tbe letter Gen. fjmith having made other prediction which have not proved his right to be called a prophet or a son of a prophet we take his litest efljrt with a considerable degree of allowance. World has succeeded in interviewing President Cleveland, who upon the question of bis renomination replied as followi: ''I csnnot understand how any man, who has eerved one term as President, could have a pjrsonal ambition in secur-in- ; a second term, with all its solemn re- The New York M i i October wheat is worth 70J in Chicago. Wanted A few stork hogs at once. A. T. Nunnelley. A few wheat drills at very low prices. Wearen & Menefee. A limited quantity of uice Ful'z seed wheat. Wearen A Menefee. Fifty bushels Patagonia seed wheat for sale. G.T. McRoberts, Stanford. John Judy bought Thursday of James A. Bybee, 41 1,300 poun I cattle at $3.35. CinTom Green as correspondent for a Winchester democrat. cinnati paper has raised a terrible musa in Old corn sold at auctlou in Adair this Jessamine bv publishing what he claims is week at G5 cents and new corn in the pen a true story of the causes which led to the at 40 cents per bushel. theft of the poll books. It is particularly Nine acres of standing corn sold in on Collector Baldwin and Mr. Jones, severe Bourbon at $2.75 per barrel, estimated at who claims to have been elected represenPail Sohembs, in a fit of delerium tre- four barrels to the acre. tative, and these two gentlemen are seeking A North Carolina tobacio firm in July eyes and mens, and while confined in the Louisville for the author with blood in their Shipped 41,000,000 cigarettes. Since Janumurder in their hearts. Viewed from ei- jail cut open the arteries in his wrist and ary it has shipped 185 038.310 cigarettes. ther stand point the whole business is dis- neck with a broken tin bucket top and bled T. S Grundy, of Washington county, into death. creditable and is calculated farther to sold at tbe Bourbon Fair to Col. Moberly, James Meeks, Sunday-schosuperinjure tbe democratic party. Wild-EePrince tendent at Q lincy, Ky., was shot and kill of Madison, his fine bull The Louisville papers are making a great ed upon his return from the school Sunday for $1,000. ado over Col. Andy Johnson, the Bell coun- by Cattle arc dull in Louisville at 2 to a neighdor with whom he was not on ty murderer, who is taking in tbe eights of good terms. 4 lo common to bes'; hog are steady and that cily, instead of being confined in Jul G. L.Hopkins was arrested and jailed best bring 5.20; sheep arts firm and Iambs preparatory to h dance in mid air, with at Greensville, Ky , charged with the mur- weak, the former at 1J to 3J and the latter nothing to stand on. Making heroes of der of kis eon, committed in April, 1S20, at 2 to 5 cents. such fiends causes their example to be emus to say Jim Owen, State Mgern, since which time he has been out of tbe ulated and tbe result is that more and more that the McCormack machines took the county until his arrest. fiendish fiends rise up for worship. premium over all competitors at the Lex Two youths got to quarreling at Gov. BucKNEit gets down to business by in Columbus, Kansas, about ington Fair. He is at tho London Fair signing the death warrant of James Agee their moustac'aee, of which neither had any this week and expects to scoop in the blue and fixing his execution for November 14, to speak of, when one drew a knife and again. About $1,000 worth of peaches are beat Lexington. Agee killed his brother in- stabbed the other to death. It is reported from Chattanooga that ing shipped to Cincinnati daily from our law, Falconer, and wsb to have been hung e lstt November, but his case was appealed-Th- Marsh T.Polk, tbe defaulting Treasurer of landings, besides heayy shipments to Indieigning of death warrants is no new Tennessee, who was believed to have died anapolis and other points. Next week Ml' thing to tbe governor. He has signed and been buried several years ago, is alive doublo the quantity will be shipped ton Free Press. and well in the City of Mexico. such documents repeatedly before. In the absence of graes some farmers Knott is reported as unCurtis says in llarpcr't Weclly that "the decided between Louisville and Frankfort are feeding green corn to their stock. latent argument of the ordinary republican for a permanent place of retidence, with a James Risk sold to John Nutter a bunch of appeal to prohibitionists is that the party leaning toward the latter with a view to a yearling mules at $70 er head. A field of is moving slowly toward prohibition. But strictly Appellate Court practice. 112 acres of corn sold at $2 per barrel to Georgetown it is doing nothing of the kind, and both The testimony in tbe contested election be fed on the ground. sides know it. The republican is honestly case of Thobe against Carlisle is being tak- Times But it is not, and it en by the clsrk of tbe House. Mr. Cara party of restriction. Latest intelligence is confirmatory of never will he, a parly of prohibition " appears in his own behalf and Mr. great losses of sheep in Busnos Ayres withlisle in the past vetr. It is still alleged that Thobe is represented by J. Haie Gov. Knott seems to have been very The engine of a steam thresher explo- over 20,000 000 sheep have died and the prolix with his pirdons during the last ded at Garden Springs, HI., irjuring five loss is estimated at over $30,000,000, which week of his term. We bave not picked up men, three of them fatally. William Bum-ph- us is at leant 12 per cent, of the value of all a country exchange since that does not tell was blown nearly to pieces, another tbe Hock. of some pudon he granted that had not be The United States Government recent had both legs blown off and the third an satfore been made public. Tnere is some ly purchased 349 cavalry and artillery arm. isfaction in the thought that he cannot parSince the earthquake b year ago over hordes in Louisville. The prices paid were don anybody now. $134 for cavalry and $155 for artillery G000 buildings have been built and repair There haye been 20 governors of Ken- ed and 21 absolutely new buildings haye horses. Scroggin Bros, furnished all of the tucky before Gov. Buckner and out of that been erected. The whole cost is $1,300,-00- 0, animals and some good Kentucky stock of which Charleston spent at least number five have died or resigned, leaving was sicured at these figures A Confederate veteran related in Ameri-cus- , At the sale of s'ock belonging lo the the lieutenant Governor to fill out the time. Georgia, the other day a strange Ko it will be seen Jim Bryan stands one The President and Speaker Carlisle eatato of Dr. Standiford, 200 head of horses tl at attended the death of Captain chance in five to acceed to the gubernatori- are said to be concocting a tariff bill that and mules sold at $70 to $185 for the for al chair during the present term. will reduce the excessive custom duties and mer and $00 to $150 for the latter. Stock Wynn, a gallant Georgian, who was killed The captain had frequentat the same time not interfere with the pro- cattle eold at $S 50 to $10 per head; fat at Gettysburg. Mr. Watterson has iust discovered the tection of American industries that need steers at $20 to $27 50; owes $2 to $3 25 per ly bositel that "the bullet was not mould ten commandments and in his innocence of protection. ed that was to lay him low," but on the head; lambs $1 70 to $2 25; hogs $ 1 to $S. heart sends them to his paper from About 200 com- day of the fight bis wife was slartlej lo ste During the fiscal year there were 33,408 Richmond Court. New York as a matter of news. It was a applications for patents and tbe number mon cattle on the market; 100 changed the nil portrait of her hutbintl fall with a complete ecoop on tbe ether Louisville granted including reissues and designs was hands at 2 to 2 cents. Gentry Brothers crash to tbe floor from the wall on which it papers, which show their chagrin in 8ingularly enough the 21 732. The receipts of the patent office bought 25 it and 4 year old mules at $90 lo hung in her parlor. remarks. aggregated $1,160,040, which was $100,401 $152 per head. 15 broke mules were sold only damage done to the picture was in the to other parties at about the same prices. shape of a small hole which was pun"tur At Oxford, 0, all the parents of the over expenses. The noted Kentucky Military Insti- 100 common sheep were sold at $2 28 per ed through the forehead by a chair foot white children removed them from the public school because of the presence of eeyer-- al tute, located near Frankfort, and at which head. Bud Dunn sold last week to Mis which the p tinting struck in its fall. Two colored children. These same individu- so many hundreds of boys have been edu souri parties for $975 thft fine jack, "Cnl. days later news came from tho field that als would no doubt like to see mixed cateil.sold at decretal sale, being purchased Cobb." He was raised by Mai. John D. thecaptain had been killed by a rill) bul. I schools in the South, but it won't do for the by Crutcher A Stark, merchants of P'rank- - Harris and is well known among stock men. let, which had struck him iquarely in the forehead. fort, for $10,000. North, ob, no! $7,-50- 0. ol d a-aSun-dayechoRin-dolp1 coic-ciden- sponsibilities, its haraslne duties and its constant and grievous exaction upon his mental and physical airenuth. His concent, it seems to me, to accept a second term, should rest only upon his sense of a solemn obligation as a titizjn and an appteci-atioof his duty, when called upon to bear his particular port of the burden of citizjnchip. Thin the office can baye, at least it can bave. for me, no personal allurements. I hope my present term may be concluded with profit to the country, and with as few mistakes on my own part as are incident to fallible human nature." It is absolutely certain that the President will be called upon to bear his particular part of tbe bur den of citizjnship and be had just as well prepare himself for a second term. The whole country is proud of his achievements and intends to require four years more of service from him. n nect tbe Mississippi river with the Great county, destroyed machinery and other of property valued at $100,000, by Lakes is being agitated. which over 200 people are thrown out of OF CURRENT EVENTS. NO TES employment. -- Dr. Carver broke 1,000 balls in 13 The strike of the L. & N. brakemen on minutes, on a wager that he could do tbe the Birmingham division ended in the work in 15. ringleaders losing their places, which have Tne fire losses in the Ual'el States been filled by new men. Thebiakemen on and Canada for the month of August is put this road seem to be particularly unfortuat $8,317,500 nate in their strikes. More than 5.000 doctors are in attendMrs. Secretary Whitney paid $390 for ance at the International Medical Congress the use of a private car on the Boston A at Washington. Bar Harbor limited express, when she went The wife of President Polk is still liv- to Mount Desert, buying all tbe seats in the ing at Nashville and on Tuesday celebrated carat the regular passenger rites. Tbe her 84th birthday. journey is one of nine hour. Tnis has not only been the hottest year Major Norman, State Insurance Combut the dryest year experienced in this cli- missioner, was fined $S0 at Frankfort this mate for 33 years. week for shooting at a colored barber, whom The Charles Stewart Paper Company, he imagined bad insulted his wife by send Liabilities ing her a letter, which upon further exami of Cincinnati, has assigned. $100,000; assets $75,000. nation proved to bs her maid servant. The boring for gas at Lebanon has Gen. William Preston, Buchanan's ceased at 1 930 feet till water is more plen- Minister to Spain and Jeff Davis' Minister tiful for steam purposes. to Mexico a man known and admired all Mrs. Stringer was burned to death in over Kentucky, whence he was twice sent her residence in Woodford, which was con- to Cngress is, lying at White Sulphur sumed by fire on the 0 h, Springs, Va., in a critical condition from a -- The liabilities of Ives & Co , the Will protracted spell of sickness. f Time, street brokers, are ascertained to bs Burglars entered the house of Mr. A. their assets $105,000. E, Bush, near Catlettsburg, and upnn being The asets of Harper & Cj., of the detected by him and his wife I hey shot Fidelity Bank show that his creditors will them both and got awy with $40 in monget a dividend of 4 per cent. ey. The old couple was aged 78 and S2. The recent term of tbe Rowan circuit The citizens are scouriog the country and court cost the State $20,000 and not a a hanging is sure if the fiends are caught. single scoundrel Tas convicted. George C. Cohen, a young lawyer of Frank Ware, cf Somerset, was bound Lawrenceburg, while sitting in the second over for criminal assault on Lena Wilson, story window of a birber shop last Satur8, daughter ot Ware's half brother. day evening awaiting his turn to be waited The sherifl' at Albuquerque, New upon, accidentally fell to the pavement Mexico, killed five desperadoes, who rehis right leg being fractured near the sisted when be attempted to arrest them. hip, the injury being deemed yery serious. Tbe Mt. Slerling coal road, 20 miles He was county attorney of Anderson two long, was sold under decree of court this terms. week to J. E. Gates, of New York, for re-s$17,-600.17bo-lo- Lancaster, New corn is oelling here at $2,50 pr barrel delivered. A slight sprinkle of rain on Wednes day threw the town iuio much excitement. Mr. Ed Morrow rejoices because of the arrival of a girl biby at his residence on yesterdays The reports from C. Price's young colt, Swarlz, are quite flattering. He is in training at Richmond. Judge Morrow is to hold court to day (Thursday). It is said he will hear further testimony in regard to the local option law. M. D Hughes took possession of the I understand dntral Journal yesterday. the price paid was $1,200. Now Dawson spread yourself and give us a better paper than ever, I am for you old boy. There is a movement on foot at last to bore a well in the centre of the rquare. Tbe people are subscribing liberally and I think it will ba a go this time If there Is anything Lancaster needs it's good public well Push the project gentlemen. Walker Liudram has received a letter from bis ptrtners in the West saying they have struck a fine vein of silver in their mines, which yields 325 ounces per ton of silver and 30 of lead. This is a bonarza and I rejoice at Walker's good fortune. E Mutb, formerly of Paris, Kentucky, now of D.'catur, Alabama, was in town yesterday, the guest of W, O R'gney. He reports Djcatur as growing rapidly. Clav Arnold, a son of Thumps Arnold, is attending the commercial retool at Louisville. Bradford Jennings left Wednesday for Texas, Mies B.'s'ie Wherritt lias gone to St Catherine's to school. Mrs Klna Burdett and Mis Bessie Adams are guests of W. I). Mason, E q John Woodcock and family, who were with Brother Hsrnes at Versailles, Morehead, O'ympian Springs, etc., are at horns acatn They report the troupe well and happy. John sayo that Brother Barnes preaches better all the time. 1 BUT (&IWOEIIMK or- i T. R. WALTON con.M.it MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. Ji fV.TV13 GET Til 133 OANVILLE. BOrLE COUNT r wo $20,000 LAND. STOCK HD CHOP Betting on the result of the next presidential election has begun early. Cleveland is the favorite, and sells for $400 and the field for $100. Up to date suits to the amount of $205,000 have been entered against the Toledo, Peoria and Western in connection with the Chatsworth disaster. Henry Clay Tungate was shot and killed by Joeph Carter at Latonia Springe, Ky. Tungate married Carter'.) sister and the trouble grew out of his ill treatment of her, The barn of George McCabe and thirteen head of horses, 1,200 bushels of corn 000 of wheat, and 40 tons of broom corn were burned near Piqua, Olio. Loss A fast ma I and a passenger (rain col-tlided near D Moines, Iowa, killing and wounding many other ptople. Robert McDonald, of this county, lost within the past few days two children, one 4 vears old and one 2 years old of whooping cough. The house cf Elijih Irvine, a coluitvl man, took fire on Tuesday and burned to the ground. There was no insuracce and but little of what was inside was saved. Los from $100 to $500. Centre College opened Wednesday with G2 students in tbe college proper and 75 in the preparatory departmeui; Caldwell College with 75; Miss Morriscn 70; Mrs. Duke 35 and Miss Reed 35 pupils F. W. Handman has sold his stock of dry goods, groceries, etc , to F. S Ttittle, of Hustonville. S. B Tutlle, the son ol the former, will conduct tbe business at tbe old eland for a short time when the goods will probably be removed to Junction City. Mr. L. H Hudson continues quite ill Mr. Richard Dunlap of malarial fever has returned to his home in Bllon, Mo. fir. B. F. Phillips has returned from a visit ol teveral days to friends in Newport. Mr William Cbrisman, of Independence, Mo., who lias been spending the summer in the North, is spending a few days with Danville friend before returning home Deputy Sheriff Bailey while pasing alon? 2J s'reet Monday saw four colored women, Nicie and Lucinda Btrbour, Mary Le and Susan Birbor, engaged in a controversy that had werj appearance of a fiht. He reported tbeir names and what he iw to County Judge Le, who iued warrants only sgainft the lat two named, and upon a trial of thecate fined Mary Le $5. -- The inarrige of Miss Maggio daughter of Rsv J. C. Randolph, to Mr. Frederick G. Spragge, of Guelph, On tario, Cinaiia, was solemnized at 1 o'clock Wednesday 1 the residence of the bride's 'ather, he performing tbe ceremony. Mr. Sprauge and his bri le have been for a year p ist students at the Naw E igland Conserv atory of Music at Boston, and left immedi ately after their marriage for that city, where they are to continue their studies. Only a few intimate friends were present at the ceremony. During the last few days United Slates CoinmUsioner William Good loo has dispos ed o' four caies in which it was charged that the defendants each had sold distilled liquors without government license Considerable spite work and rome little "bus! ness" weie developed during the trials, and in none of the canes did the commissioner think the proof justified him in holding the accused for further trial. The differ ent defendants were W. C, Russell, Asbury May, Burt Williams and Joe Goings. A history of the latter case is of mre than pausing inlerest, the defendant having been tried ami acquitted four times for the same offense, clearly proying his innocence each time. T WALSH, THE TAILOR, :;;j2 1 Forirni avuxi'i:. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN URIQHT, JR. LOXJISVItiXME, P. S.-FI- 4 NE DB. S. G. HOCKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, (NIJCOEfSNOKNTO W. II. HIUUINN.) Wo will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most oopular C00K STOVE3 and RANGES in the Markot. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMINO IMPLEMENTS wi will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in tho lead of all other, where it justly deaervoi to be. Ask yonr neighbor in referenco to its supjriority. No steol plow in the market equal to tho IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLE? COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW, In the PUMPS' lino we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a carefal examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. W. It. .IfcKINMCY. Siik'MMiiiii. i WATERS & DAVIS, A, Hw DKir.XU Id Oruys, M" PHARMACIST, Books, Stationery and (jjfaS mM&: raiiuy hi uuieo. pun- 14 fr--r?- PISH!. Jl . iil. VBII .4.t..i ...., I" r IimUi. tlM .uiiirululw lll n MHi" f iMmi-w- nut tvt It ml ml. ' y -- ' rf.r.v. Sa.iv'' c WLrWS I. i- , ATCH. v JEWELER. The L.argeBfBtoolc of Watohes, (Hooks, Jewelry and Silverware Kcr tlir (.of-Wiuffi't pittro.1 Wtifhw. mi mitt nn'tit- - " thii tnnrk'-- i I'rlCM urn! ljwor than Hp- Warrant.!. Jfwelry ISISlllllf "r.. 4 iS M. flWHWW'WWIH imkmuutiwmmamMJiBmrnm4MjrewH McKonRHTH f jr school & Htachi are headquarters boik and hm supplies. St r mi-S- B tthl,! iiltrtotl o arnal woptomber - Five harness and nine and fat. M, C. i sHihlle horses for sal, play hero at 1 Poituitn, Stanford. will on the grounds Tin: new Stanford, Ky., M. O. buik proi'd nt 9, 18S7 about to peter out, it U vi rciiii'iiiK K) nnm up. snl, tho Sjmerset in subcrib The Inteiuoh Jouunal nine i Ihe Williamsburg WAL.TON, UuHlnosH MiiniiKor, TIME CAHO. l.t MMI N, LOCAL t mprm train" ' " ,...l? 39 r. m. tram olng Horth. ' amitn r. m. 11 4S . u noma I W . M Norh Che .mtu la calculated on ttandard time, dolar a li atwut 'iO lulnulri Uitnr .18 K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. rraitu lease llowland Itelurnlug, airWoat Cand its ami 8:55 7.20 a. m. r. m, LOCAL M0TICE3. Buy jour tchool bjolcs and school up plica from A. K. Penny. Ask jour trocer for the Cincinnati Hit king Co.' cracker and cakri. W atoiim and Jewelry repaired on shor ootlce and warranted by A. It. Penny. A ooMri.KTK flock of jewelry, latnxt A, tyle. liockford watchra n specialty. K. IVnuy. Til k Crai ol "Penny Aj McAltntfr liasttiK dlttolfeil, the acorn n In are ready for settle mrnt. Come at once and reltle. You may aTe oost. PERSONAL. J. V. Alcoun, Ehj , lu Lot'SitASKi i:one to Sjoj-er- et. Miw went to liinitlon Turftlar. k 1 Mal'I) ituri.iv in rinitiDK frieodo at IVrryvlue Wiii.ii: N. t itAio left Tut- Jajr to enter Centre Ujllene. M hi J. A CAurcMTKit iTifiting her M - i- - ptretitK ner I'errytille. MtfS Nai'NKIim: Cami'rkm. arrlrni yrrlentar lu utlrnd the College. .Miw Jack Adam-"- , of Ml. Vernon, is TiMtini: at her father', Mr. J. J. William. Mh. J W. McCuiUtv, of Knna Citr, Mo., U iter YiiliH( one r,f our prettiot L .iiide Col. Wri.cii taken down with rketiitittcm of the (wit and the Mstnmolh Cite srly broke up. On and Mils Hroil ltrtl) and that wrnderfnl 'mIi hsv imv.tl hick In Mr Ueorce II. McKinnejV been I.. S Townsm.I'Y who ha Mr M F. Klkin, left tiKitinp her r, yesterday fur her home at Terry, (ia. Jons M FcKrriianii wife have mored to Mr. John M. HsidV, where Mrs. FoMer will prride aaniilre4 nf the hoiKfholil. -- Ewit, Sinr.HTHAi., a Trry dfcfrrlnc yotinp KwIm, who ban been here for eereral for IOtilcTille to obtain yeaia, Mk Initi y a .itustioii. t ANiir.HeoN Irft Wednw with a view of locating if day for he like-- Ihe country and hecnn net a (till- ''.jnitic Jon.s Kna Tt r able location Okn OitEr.N Ci.ay Smith wh here to localinu, but left thia week with a il to let hi inlenlionn undfcidid, proutirint; be known in a few day. Tun name of Dr. J. O. Ctrpenter appear in the lll of the 5,000 doctor now at tending their nalionsl convention at Vh to the injjton, but he m not prfent,own ' hu mother, who continued illnro-Ciadually itrowini: worne. Judos Vincent Hoheino of London, president o' 'he Cunherland Valley Lnd TuesUy, couferrirw CompiiT, was U i:its a oo.l report willi the d rector of the pripclt of the comniny and how iiyhili'k hit he h ah became conversant with the itud MUHttoti in Iiului nai Hell t 1 h-- re cuniu LOCAL MATTERS. Nice cabbno at H Myer. fjr mle cheip. I it Pj.Vl M. Uric nl. wheal drtiU of Tub yoiinteitl child ewadied etiddoaly Mr. Frank Math tSmeret. rcice on the only about a doren Knoxvillo Hranch, tanke beiiiK now relied upon. Watek i" exceedinly hare a great deal of faith. no propectof ita ever raining aRin With reveril perfone here are going ahed mak-in- j; Bome people ci'tern of pupil at the Stanford College ha climbed to 70 and it ia Female confidently hope I that it will reach 100 be- The number clue fore the of the month. poat-manter It i telegraphed from Washington that F J Cimpbell hit been appointed portion at Hick Cmtle SprinK". held for eeveral yeua. which he ha Tun Stanford Killer Mills are running day and niijlit now and are celling flour in Dnville, Ilichmond and Lancaster, where are roller milk The "Diy" Mills are hnrd to A ci.irriNO from a St. Louis paper Jones, hq. pent us by Breckinridge shows thtt U0 odd ynung ladiei from the West pwed through that city the day to Mm Trtiehcart's rchoal at Millers' burs. Mr.JontH says the whole city is preparing for the President's vlsir, which General Hradley, tried to leivo the impresv,ill bo the b!tft;et occasion over heard of. sion that he was lying. Diraett choked Miea b'alliollar. down his indignation at the tlmo, but laid PuiiciiAfti.wi Aoencv. for Bradley at the door. When he cime rison has decided to open a purchaHing down Bunett said to him: "Mr. Bradley, agency at Cincinnati mid will ba glad to good, Ac. I want to know if you meant to insinuate till any order for furniture, dress that I did not toll the truth in my testimoHer addro.H is 127 WeaUS b street and anyny, if you did I am prepired to wear you thing intrusted lo her will receive prompt well known out." In his blandest and most captivating and particular attention. IIr manner, Qen. Bradley denied any such into her put taste and good judgment insures tention or intimation and dark visaged war rons the beat selections and we hope the Bunett is generally was happily averted. sup-powill encourage her lu tho effort to will be 5 per apeacable man, but when aroused he la a herself. Her charges veritable ''Bid man from Bitter Creek" and cent, of the purchase money. See hor card it is well that tho affair ended as it did. elsewhere in this pper. b.-a-t. Mill e la-ditt Two Casey county moonshiners, William MtCiellan andUile Hiinwater are in jail at Somerset to answer to the charge to Ihe Jflxir. Cailson is getting rich in the government. monkey hus!nes. II j has sold his perThat is a very diptanoua story about forming monkey ti a South Lebanon, Ohio, the people of Lincnier piying 25 cents a parly for $25, making a profit of $10. hirrnl fur water a weik after the local opHind Club advertises tion enactment was decltred void, and Sam The Colored two grand minstrel performances at the Miller's license to retail red liquor renew-e- il United Hrothers Hall and to mor Louisville Times. row night. Admisdon 15 and "5 cents, The limber which prevented the town S.MAI.I. 'avors are now thankfully receiv clock from being wound up have been re d, The rain of Wednesday laid the shorn- - moved, Ihe machineiy protected from dan inhle dust for a few hours and cooled the ger from dampness and everything is lovely atmotphtre, even if it did no further good again, Krerybody goes by the clock whethaai i.. er he hss a watch or not, and its itoppsge '1 he L, A X. will sell round trip tickets amounts almost to a public calamity. lo the Somerset fair for $1 00, beginning on g the 13 h and running lo thu 10. h. To the Dh. H. Ii. Savaoe, of the Historical Ltuiel fair tho rale is $- - 05, but that clones Cjmptny, is here getting data for a lo day volume to be published about Christmas which wili contain a review of the leading To CoNTKAProtw Hid for the building towns and cities along the line of the Chesof an addition to the Cnrisiiin church, con A Ohio and Louisville & Nashville ststing of three rooms and a hiptistry, will apeake railroads. Tne work will be profusely ilbe received by the cimmittee for one week. lustrated with places and points of particuPlan and specification will he shown by lar interest and will be a big advertisement (leo. H. Ilruce. of the sections treated. A full chapter will Cot'NTV Claim'. Clerk (I. IJ Cooper be devoted to Sttnford and her business calls the attention of parties having claims mer. Nothing will be charged for the depending upon against the county, to the law, which re- work, tie publishe quire tl em to he filed 10 days befire the the sale of the bok for their remtinera court which i to p.vs upon them. The tiou InHdav for fi.itu will be the 'Jo I of this UARRIAGES. month. Pretty Miss Lottie, daughter of Major I'liKfchonl trustee re conaidershly Henry T S anton, of Frankfort, will be in yinu for th new public sohool-houIn this lnt (if csst It seems to Us married next month to I'.iUip Cirpmler, a thus it would be the put of wisdom and Frankfort drugu'is! James F. Gover of this county and gocd management In srll oil from four In Mis Floyd Claunch, of Pulaski, were msr-rie- d six acres uf the lot, which contains eight on Mih G h. Th itroum hd recently acris There can certainly ba no need of of $210 pure ias.il the Jjb tioode farm of 100 acres so much hn i, nspsotally nt n a' $"0 pr acre sod thi-- will gi) to houseper sere. keeping at it at once PitOM'ttltlM. -- W. II. Miller made a Hip I); Jjtin M Foster, of Lexington, and through the Swiss Colony around O.ten-hei- Mil U-i- e I). White were married at"Cas in this oounty, thW week, and found tie wood," tli: besutitul home of the bride, the olmiMs in fi 10 spirits and apparently .it 12 iA kck l'hursi.iy morning, SeptemHe says ber 1st, 1837, Prof. McClintock oflijiatini;. in a mrxt propsrotn con iltion. the Irouth ha not llcted them a it has The bride is th only dsujhter of Snitor e u and lht their oorn crop i a real White. -- Climax. to him. They ate thrift nnd indus-trio- u Mrs Hul cee, the noted temperance and their neat horn show both taste lecturer, who was a grass widow not very and contentment. fair but nearly 10, wis married in New Al John Soahd, who was recently pardoned bany this week lo a youth of 23, whom she nf a IPe sentence in the enilentiary, pass- enveigled into the net she has been setting ed t'lrough Tuesday on his way to work for In the windward for some time for a hus The young fool's name is O.lie Maon A Co., on the Cumberland Valley hand He say ho has been working Ditrbin. Kttension. The marriage of Mr. Jesse T. Hocker for them a numbvr of years for nothing, but will hereifter eel $'2 50 a day. His to Miss Mmn(e, the comely and lovable daughter of Mr. O.iver J Crow, mentionprahei'f President i logo and all the was Vrry lavish. No better or more ed in our Hustnnville letter, was the humane men ever had charge of defense- consummation of a love aflfiir that begun less creatures and no convict! we e ever almost in ihrir childhood, and the hap-pcouple are to be oogritulated on at treated bitter taininz Ihe fruition of their hopes. After a A Mi.NKU write u from the mountains tour lo Cincinnati and other points they that fit y are forced to deunint 3 cents for will return to McKinney, where Mr. Hockmining col as at the price 'they have to er ha recently purchased an interest in a py for the necessaries of life ttiey cannot store more than nuke n living at 2 cents, and A very riuuntic marriage has just addt: "Ciu you, dear reader, frown on the taken place at S.arke' S.ation, Oa. H. S poor, dirty, hungry miner for asking the Hurls, a te'cjriph operator at Dilton.nnd pitlthlc little sum nf II cents per bushel fur Miss E la P.ullips, an operator at Sugar braving the dsnger of Ihe pit and by hard Valley, courted over ihe wires and met by work feed and clothe themelves and those agreement at S:arke' Siation, where they dependent on ibetu? The operators could were muried under n big hickory tree ralilv give the advance if it was not for They went from thire to Dilton and then whai? Kxtorlion and railroad monopolv." deputed for their respective posts of duty. Caituiieu -- Sherifl Tom Newlaud re This courting over the wires may be ro y. very r.nsatifac-toris ceivtd k dispttch from the C'lief of Police nnn'ic, but it certainly of St I.ouis Tuesday informing hltn of the On Crsb Orchard correspondence concsptureof I aac (iititicui. Il will bare Hoi- - tains a short notice of the inuriago of our iiiembered that last winter near dam's mill, in this tointy, (!stineau at friend, John A Haldeman, business mana Loulsyilte limes, to Miss Annio of tacked and killed a negro in a most unpro- ger the Buchanan, who is as charming of person aa voked manner. He skipped at once and she is ciptivating and accomplished. The no eflort was mde to capture him, that we of the contracting parliea heard of. Judge Varuon says ho wrote to social prominence ma le the event the most notable and fashKnott asking him to ofl'jr a reward for the ionable that has occurred in this section for murderer, but no attention whatever was was indeed a moat eleMr. Newland left at a Ion; time, and it piid lo his letter. gant affiir in every particular. The house once for the prisoner, who said be would was handsomely decorated, the excellent recome without a requisition. past was prepuod by a dutinguishad caterHeld. Toe examining trial of John er in Louisville and everything was in the Payne for tho murder of Divid Stephens most elaborate style. Bjstdes the relativea lasted all day Tuesday and resulted in his of the bride, who live in this section, there being held in $250 to the circuit court. This were present Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Halde-ma- n, was a considerable surprise, ns it win genWill B. llaldeman and wife, Misses erally understoo I that if there was ever a Belle Hildeman, of Louisville, and Mattie case of justifiable homicide it was his and Jennie Rjbb, of Woodford. The briJudge Varnoa, howover, thoughtthat while dal presents were yery numerous and costPayne had the undoubted right to kill Doc ly and included a handsome eat of furniture Stephens under the cirmioiUitice, there from the Couritr Journal, an elegant preswas tome doubt as to his right to kill tho ent from the lima. &2, A cablegram of old man. Tne accused was represented by congratulations from the bride's relatives It C. Wirr-s- and W. A. Trihble mid tho in Scotland and numerous gifts from them prosecution by W O. Bradley, J II were also shown Tne bridal tour will InHrown and D. K. Cirpenter. clude a visit tor datives in Vermont and it . 1 couple returns The Whono Man. Our esteemed, but will hi O;tobir before the to their Louisville home. John is the misguided friend, Oen. O'Uradley, displaycleverest and most whole souled of fellows ed his propensity to bulldoz) witnesses the again this week nnd rqn against a anag. and a fine business mm withal, while woman he has won is a model of feminine Willis Uirnetl, a popular and cloyer genand tbo good wishes of legions tleman, was on the stand and in the course loveliness, of friends will everattend them. of his examination Col., exeme us we mean H.-h-m to-ni-., Pub-li'hinbe-hi- ml The arriyal of n little girl into the futility of Mr.H. il, Iiaughuian t the latest little perxonal event Tuesday afternoon o'clock, fJime called A series of meeldu st tii Christian Tuedty cuiiic'i of Hradfonlsvilie ehm-uiyht with 17 aiiilitioim, ligtuhy hipiistu r L i insjn K so lsrd and nine by letter "When I die I hope Ootl will send me to hell," said Brother Bune, but he explained on a temporary mission Very few people would risk uotu there for feu of some mistake keeping them there. - Paris Kentuckian The meeting nt Beard's Church, in which Itsv. C. T. Thompson wsa assisted by Kev. J, M Evans, closed last Sunday nwl-t- . There were 17 additions lo the church on confession of faith, $S0O raised to piy a church deb ; $100 contributed to evangelistic wrirk, and $100 for an orcan for 'he church. Paris Ken'tickisn. d 219 to 227 W. Jofforson, 220 W. Market, Fill IY. ,' liOVISTlIili'E, Tlioso who like to save money should liot lail to give us a trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. Five msn lost their live at the burning of ihe Maverick oil wjrks at East Bis ton, Joe S imm-r- s bought 13 hea I o' 800 to 100 pound cattle in Buren coun'y at 2 to 2J cents. A man named Stephens was st ot arod fatally wounded Tnesdiy ever ing at Wayne county, by George Hai cock S'ephens wis behaving in adhordtrly mm ner at a church service and when Hancock endetvored to qiht him he received a hi jw f ii his psins, and the shooting followed 1 Oik-grov- dd C 171 o 8 d oo c K The general testimony is in favor of early sowing of wheal., It is of the fust im a good seed bed, uing parlance lo the harrow aud roller until the soil is thor otighly putver'zsd No good fanner will sow wIim If he cm not h fiord a drill he evi iir one smi the ay to ing in ed vsi psy for the rent of Ihe ma chine O m grntt bnefi' from the uno of the drill is tt.it i: in s thf sss.l at a tini form ilfptn lidow the siirfics Di not i h u change thn kin I of nhen' cood pn-pir- H O H GO 0 c on bd pa reor - f Auisrirsn Agrictiltnri'. MIW AnVHtTISKJIK.NTS. CO nryjriaw m ww; ot ui, t In turns ut.lroiu 3l,0-t$",no), on i;ool Lincoln to inly reil estate sojurity, toroia ol our custom l'ur pirtlculan, apply to M ML I.llll .1? V.MfESTKU, 22-lStiuforJ, Ky. ef MERCHANT TAIIiOIS. 1 haerecelTed and still receiving FA UN FOR I K .41,12! stir-ptii- farm of 110 acres on thq Lan-cat- er I'lki. atnl mi Dlx Hirer. Uot dwelling rd bourn, veil wuterel, well Iruproreil, hu Boot anil la itfelrahlo cnpra'ly examine ami get terms. .ll.KA. HOl.Tl.VVA IV, 257-C- t. BUnforil, Ky. oflir (or stleiiiy New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the bott In the market, nlilch will be 'II Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono id City or Country Glvn Me n Trial. X'lircliasiug Agency MISS SALLIE HARRISON, ! Its-see- s Formerly ol Stanford, ha opened a Purchasing Agency la Cloc.nimtl, and all orJnra to her at 127 Weal 8th street, will receive rcrtonil and prompt attention. She will nuke a specialty of Dress a (ioi(, hut will rccelre ordtra for I'urntturc, and In fact ererythlnij one could wish. Tbe patronage of the ladles ol trill section especially aollcltvd. 2CMf far-pct- WEAREN & MENEFEE, THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, COIt. 2XD A JKFFKItSO.V MS., LOUISVILLE, - - - KY Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sura ys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Mon. s, ltvrasH. ssi. jjiit w. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf ever'be-fore- , hides WALLACE &C0CHRAN, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- VAX F. MOXS, Prop. Stroot C.trs pass tho ITotol for ail Dopots, The Exposition, Raco Courso, and all placets of intoroBt. Spocial ratos to Merchants and Commorcial 1xfZf 1 r .'-trr- All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as THE GENTS' FURNISHERS any dealer or manufactures and for as little money. Come and sco our line assortment before it is broken. ami aji:xi.s von tiii; 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky INDIANAPOLIS IiAUNURY. WHERE IS WIDOW FiIEG HNER? Widow Kllrgcner, maiden carce Krull, poEtlbly married loan American or oilier Kenilemau, and now known under bis name, a native ol Kiel, llolatetn, i'ruiiia, aatd to be a realdent of titan-lor- d, Lincoln county, Kentucky, or her descendants, are requested to address the undo signed on account of a will and Inheritance from Krtedland, .Mecklenbuiv, 235-I- J. B.GKEEX.Agt., HiiMtoiiTllle, Ky. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orloans and Toxas Paolflo (Cincinnati New TltKOU. Nt'IilVAMX (Jotmony Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. KKA1 DOWN. TltAINjSbOUTH. No.f. Hilly. 7 I I Loutsfllle, Ky. CO., aUlITjIO At W. It. BradficM WA.113 A OP .TEICSEY CATTLE! Co 'a Hone Excharge, LEXINGTON, KV.. SEP1'. At of 12 1, 1SS7 Pally Ex. Sun. 4 7 No.3. "No. S. No. a. .STATION'S. Dally. 9 11 1 Dally. 11KAI Ul TUA1N8NOKTH. No.10. "No. I. Ho. iT Dally. Daily. Ex. Bun. Dally. I No. 6. Dally. o'clock, sharp. will make a Lunch at on account 55 a John II Wallace, of Lexlngtou, Sy., 12IUpm fi 1120 am, in' IS pru1 80 p in J lOp ml 03piDi 00pm ASP in 15 i I 05 p ml Birmingham 3 50 p m W.J. Chlnn, of Frankfort, Ky , will tell n 1 Tuscaloosa 0 30 p m choice selection from his tierd. There will lo ot 12 a m Akron- 7 40 p m 1'i head ol highly bred aalmali of tho tered about 7 Mn ra York 9 45 p ni b at milk and butter famines, including Btuven S M a in lA'rr Meridian ..L'tc 11 00 pm Tentetl 'atcn and thflr ottiprlnita. Amonu 1010 ft til L've Merlillan...A'rT tliem are MtfiirtfK, St. LiimtivrtH, St. lOlOuni) II 15 pm G 15 u A'lT. New Orleans.! ft Hellers, tMver Mines, Hujalm, . MttotfH mul t Miinii - HaiahH. 10 30 p m A'rr tse.... Meridian A'rv 40 aui 3 50 a in It ever, has thero been ortered at public A'rr .'Jackton seldom, 4 20 p Ul ,' Vlcisturg 0 25 n aaleaa cholca alot of Jeraey cattle c(ual In print 7 D p m RELIOIOUS. Monroe 12 15 pm; 12 55ii lu, orindlTlduai morn ana tircvuing. .tthreTDport 4 m p m The cows and holferslncalf hare been aersedhy SlOa ml meetE dera Morrison and Hiding's choice bulla of sljjmtt, St. flier, stoke Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleeping Cars uuall turougli trains. popular stralua. For ing at Flat Woods, Madison county, doted VoiiIh .'lit. anJ other ready, addresa are now H. COLLBRAiJ, Qen'l Frt. JOHN C. OAUtT, Oen'l Manager, HAIjIjAL'R, with 29 additions. JOHXlt.Lexington, Ky,,Or U. CAKltOLL, (lei'l Kupt., Bishop Qranbury will preside at the General Offlcea. Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, ObiQ. II'. J. Vlti.XX, Frankfort Ky. t. Col, H. II. Kdmo.hsos Auctioneer. Conference to he held at Covington begin1 930pm, Closing out Sale of the Phrcldall Herd lOuOpin And 0i pm b 65 a ui 8 'ii a m a ml G J 15 8H am, am J 15 17 9 30 IGa in ID a in L'sc.Clnclnimil. .A'fT Lexington Junction City Oakilale a in Boyce. a ui a ralAi'T.. Chattanooga. .I.'t L.'s?...Ctiattanooga.A'rT Ar'r A'rr .Atlanta (5 At-nlii- 'ii 111 111 tl 10 25 a m C40a m 42 p m 6 55 a in 3 4.1 a m 3 15 pm 1 35 pm1 5 20 a m 2 23am 7 50 a in 7 55 p in 9 50 p in 7 30 a m 5 15 a m 4 55 pm 7 10 p m 5 00 a in 4 10 a 111 4 30 a in 5 3Jpm 1 lOp m 1213 a mi,,,.. 10 30 p m 10 40 am 8 30 p m 8 12 a in 7 40pm 0 40 a m 4 45 a m 5 3) pin 4 30 p in' 3 30 a m 4 00 p mi 3 20am 9 00 a m' 835 pm 2 45 a m 4 00 a ml 9 55 pm 10 35 am' 7 2 ft in 715pm 1 55 pm . 2 25 a ui 10 (0 am 10 30 pm C A Pas. Agt '25'J-3- ning next Wednesday. An Atlanta youth, who experienced U religion at a Salvation Army meeting, shot KV himself in order to die happy. ls'r :ipi. ' I, I.HUtllll fl'Mn PepirtI'f are in opera- llli'lllH .f hl'li Fifteen Sunday-school'Il I lie .lit . I in I li.i-I,. 'I tion in this county with aa attendance of lllno (ini" rev.i n n iimk, il'-- ti- r I!!. i''l' ''' luiinili-Itv.MiHlernle i mI Ni Winchester li.t. relnn 3l, I hi lull Hitiiiiuiitltiii iuml Cutnlnitue, 1,010 teachers anl pupils. It. Iv... L. M. ULANrON.U D., Chancellor. Democrat. ippi.tu FitC.-.MCJ.'- sD J V liVEBSITI 111 OE OF KENTUG iSc'-ool', r.-nlt- s . . ti.-i- M.l-r- '! t FVI isrm bcsins SEPT. 14. IU07. .O 4fiZ .W.n-OTO- T c.r.l'nllf ? Ciifiinci rr r.. CIlssicuI. formal KHitr.iv Tactlw, Ccrr."tcrci .md Preparatory Courses of Study. - MM'OIN'Trs' It K'l.l VV.U III i; III Tl'l .CIH'ST. ... m. rlHlillL .i n I'liOrcSSC. rrct-.rr.:.'"- 1 I Tor CATALOGUE and other information llli,nddreit KY. JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D.. LEXINGTON. i? 'TZ3!"Z22&!tJi w w v.3 'nil 'uiJC . Sfiui-leekliinitriuroa- t'tibUnhctl Tnvhttaumtntt -- AT Frttlnu S3 IElt ANNUM, CA6U. It mleralood If wecredlt tht1.50.wlll be ex. pecteJ and demanded. W. P. WALTON- - of his lloclc. A few years ago tho English discovered this fact, nnd tho Ou con had to bo appealed to, to set tho examplo of abstaining from lamb mutton, In order to tho wasted Hocks of tho British Isles. To r.EAUZE tho largest profit It Is necessary to sccuro tho largest amount of galu ra Troyauc:wij 7 in tho stock from tho smallest amount of s i) 9 WiirmVfi. food from tho farm. Of courso this must gy ' "r bo dono without too much lncreaso of .'. This itorn must, of course, not be overlooked, and Is ono strong reason why W& wo should socuro nil tho gain possible -summer months, when grass during tho yViViTWirL-- ' rsv t.'w? .1 It b.V ought to bo plenty and feeding oeonomieal. Onrn In tho head in sheep Is caused by ti.irt.. jvi ! tho stings of a fly, tho gad fly of nheep, in tho nostrils. Hero eggs urn These crawl which hatch Into larva?. farther up nnd fasten to tho lining membranes aud when maturo drop out and make moro flies. To avoid tho sting of these Hies sheep always stand huddled together In summer with their heads under eaeh other It ic almost Impossible to dislodge these larvie. Some fanners keep tho noses of their sheep smeared with tor to prevent the stings of the fly. ed "Ir is woll known that tho butter of Nor If fish bile morn readily mid gambol nesr mandy, France, is among tho llnest made In the surface of treauH t,ml pom's, it will Eurojie," says a correspondent isof n farm nlso rich journal. ''The milk of the cows rain. in butter Tho manner of feeding them, as If and g'Mtt spring about in the given by tho farmers who mnko tho best This! powilor noTrTarlf. A marrd ol butter for tho Paris markets, feed their treegth and who.MiuroM. Moro meadows and fight mure thn ueiial, exolc cattlo on hay given on the pastures with than the ordinary kind, and ran not t pect rair. the tnu:tltudeof low .ihon oats or comprtlton with plios,pbu, pawdm. bran, grains or mash. Ground MTACK weight alum or Holdotilj la If piacock and guinea fowls screim atd maize are often given, but linseed or other rani. UotalBakinu I'otrDii O, 106 Wall title!. New York tnrKeys gobble, and if quails make more cakes aro altogether tabooed. Hoots, with tho exception of carrots, are looked upon tioifethau usual, there will be rain. with tho greatest nbhorreuec For dairy cattlo in nil parts of Normandy, bran of LOUIS SLMILKC EL, Important Rules wheat is held in high esteem."' PiMfd ovr the dei-- of the city ediior of When convenient, horses should be fed a Georgia piper are ttiu following instruc at short rather than at long intervals. Tina is nu obvious indication, for the small site tionr: Ullll.MJ.Mt. Kt.XTlClC. of the stomach precludes the horse from 'All bridr-- i aroIo?elr, and rapidly ingesting a quantity of food suf- Photographs in all styles and sizos. except they be old and leugh ficient to serve for a long K?nod. This apwidus's, and then they are amiabie and cul plies with even greater foreo to watering Pictures in Tndia Ink Crayon and Water Color. It Is a very common practice to water tiaeJ. horses only three times a day. the water be-,- g Y;x uci i MiM at Try low Nan deilTi All merch tats w.i 1.1 ireriHe are g, given by some before meals, nnd by Some facts atrl fiiures Concerning the Cows rricf. (Wily and a credit to tur others afterwards. Whatever of theso Of This Country plans is adopted, the system is lmd; but it Tiio n 101m of ttiose who do no', ad c'It. Our Asu'rictn dairy imnre'N are -- Itri is worse whfn tho latter meNod Is adopted. Feed, vertise must not appear iu this paper. For when a horse, with his small stomach lingly enormou'. Tney represent n inAND All old lawyers are able and worthy of a already tilled with food, ingests a largo vestment f nearly Svh iim hs much s p'ace ! quantity, a great itortion of tho food must on the Supreme Bnch. Young lawHlllalKiiyNlitivo on liiiuil a Inru ami Ht'lrcl lino ol" I'nrnl. theentira bitik cipiial of the cmintry -t- yers lie washed em into the intestines lwfore tho promising and silvery lougued. tre Joo1h. My prlcen Mill lit a low an niivIi Ilailoj; rrntfd the ttalileon tVpit tlreol, I am (urn ami IiilcrtnkcrM gastric juice has had time to act on it. hat i to say, the bank capital 's a linle Cinductorson pisieaer trains are to train and brrak horaua on can be liuuuhl In a trial It will certainly pay us to give our pigs prepared County Court day trade Killrltf.trtuonable KoixIhliu coimIiicoiI Unit Ithe cIUcm. Uim nu Iimichi. ami you Iws than ?C71,O0OO0O. while the dairy in terms. hI1 loiri'r lliati ilio acd courteous. extra care iu order to secure the best health it. r.t ui'KSTKtt. Hill lerests amount to more thm 53,000,000 btanfuid, Ky and growth, thereby realizing better pricos Doctors ate eminent 000. Of course our readers caonot swallow for them at the end of the season. In re Farmers are intellLe.it. gard to feeding: Feed hhclled corn nnd such frightful fiuurs in a lump, and we Cindidatcs who put their announcements outs, three parts oats and one part corn, and will arrange theai in severil sinaUr but in our papers are gaining ground emy day. for slop, urn. oats, rye and brnn, the still heroic dosrs The number of milk 011 LONDON, KY. Tf ose who do not announce sre likelv lo b amount of the richer grain Ttey Rive the amount of fat we wish to muke If you cow is estimated at 21,000,000 de'eattd. F . B. IXILEY, Proprietor. huve a litter that you wish to make extra UiWNfOHD, KY each an average of 350 gallons of milk anUnder ro circumstances must thee rules nice, give them plenty of sweet milk as nually. Thi wou'd make aa agerecate Thoroughly Itriioynlrit mill Itrfiir-nUlit- il be broken. E. Middletou l'for, editor soon as they will commence drinking, being 1'iirr Ihroiiuhoiit KlrNl-t'liiimilk production of 7,350,000,000 gallons, a careful to not give them too much on the V. WALTON, and proprietor." -- Arkaniaw Traveler start, for fear of scouring them. At about nnd roiiionntilo prlct'M. Uny una nlutit siz?d Niagara miniature o:oin, a fair five weeks old, commence mixing in 11 little Inlninro mcl liy iolllc l'orlrraof tliln Four thousand million callons are used for BaKA.VA Liocor An Indiun uauer ground outs and rye in the milk. IVhen populur IIoiihi. nt Vri.lay a1 j la pulillihel ery Tuewlay butter, 700,000,000 for cheese, acd the m- - ca'h attention to the fact that India there is a considerable amount of slop to be low prlr of 1, mid it is i'.jt t Oliver lent to iniv it at the fe iaiiiinc 2.4S0.000.000 gallons pats through abounds in htinnts or plantains, aud s feeding place, tlieio should bo a slop barrel YK.1K. TH' 1IOI.UKS the adulterating hands of the milkman and that the fruit has never been employMVIX.ST., IIICIIMUM). KT oil wheels. grocer, and down the throats of 60,000,000 ed in the distillation af a fermented liquor. Tur most reasonable farmer will toll you MAKES men, women and babies in this land of The common prickly pear has been utihzjd that the most sensible thing he overdid was B. "WTILLIS, 10 kecji plenty of good agricultural journals freedom The quantity of butter manufac for this purpose in Malaga and with OK ILLrLiSIII LFora good Tatl con. befme Irs children, theiebv teaching them And clean acd wrll furnlahnl moms, thl Hold tured and used is about 1.350,000,000 slderable advantage to the distiller;; and it to love Hod and earn their bread by the hi do auu,r(.r, (xKl ,ampl roumi attache). Noatly and Choaply Exooutod. pounds and of cheese 0,500,000 pouods. The now appears that misiionariei in 2ul-l- y sweat of tb.ir brows. Ho will also tell you the Cjn value of our diary products fjr the last 12 go region have discovered that a beverage not to deprive your children of their early advantages, but to teach them that thero is months wts nearly $500,000,000. Th's is made of bananas Is a preventive of DR. W. B. PENNY, malarial no h mc this side of Heaven hotter than tho I v20,000.0l'0 more than the value of our anDKNTI.tr. fevers. A binana I'quor company ha ben dour old farm. Take them v.hcro you will, nual wheat yield, while it closely spprox started in India for producing banana through any county, and show them some Htiinlord - - KoittuoUy a tba imates that of our orn crop, which is the liquor either in an alcoholic or non hIco dear old friend that once was in those deep aa This popular enterprise la last going toIhd fiont Mt. '"s l MKitild bo nac.1 a fir l.vniLe before confinement, one amoDK the ciy Kln In Stl. ruts of Cobtown, and who by tho help of 1STII lMclns HEI'TKMIIKIt most valuable of our firm products. To holic form, and which can bs used Thrlrnext 'ond for boot; "To Mirnins," mallei free with agricultural reudiug matter and a great and CON TIN tnrotlniDAYS. In mldlllon to liberUK 4 this immense dairy herd 100,000,-OOOac- rai equal advantage as an ordicary llnuirir'ti KratuTon Co, Atlatu. (ia. euppjrt g thirst for knowledge has quit his former as- al ahow ring prctntums thry ollrr tl 200 In liquor or partes. Iiacei ttcry day, liortet calll at I sociates and been completely transformed. of pasture land are required, diluted with hot or old or soda water. For Tako them to that fireside where they will p. M.and itartrd promptly at I :;i urtr the flntst worth $2 500,000,000. It is easy enough to the tempsratureiof northern regions, inToo mmeoinmt track In thn Mtto And kind, amiable, genial and lo Ing people, balfmlln liaroiiMrtd uo pttaaor oxptnto to make tse see, therefore, that the 4,000,000 firmer in cluding Eagland, it will probably be F. discussing facts which thoy have just read fcllpniall olhr. Clieap ratni best in some agrictiltur.il paper. In that house- oo all thn Kallmadi lor liolh una and ueait. Kr-- f this country are an important element of esteemed 111 conjunction with or hold, or around that llresido th"y will novor rybstly Inslted. 'i:iiii'-rnnN?w other spirits our national welfare and prosperity. N. 31. IinoXK, Srcrt'taru- Oiflte on Lancuter lttl, i oxi Jjoi te Ink hear the song of hard times, York Herald. mon JoUKNiLodcx. Utfite tiouia iruui i to 1 . , ErneH Michel, the noted French travt-tti .IibIiiI.u.ikI wi,ri Qhorte3tand Quicken Runtu from o x.and 1 toS r. M. Notice of Amcudniont LIGHT LACONICS. ln-l.- r OKMrarr. Does It Pay to Hill Potatoes. A er, who has jut made a -to tral Kntuoltj to all Pointa Nor'.a trip around the Country Gentleman world correspondent to the O.vr; uho ofton 1ms n lnnid In tliu cliaiiRo-- t Hast, West nud Snatbwit in 210 dajs, says that this journey of In Jowulry- - the burglar. - Kstt I ln IVim.i A saje: 'The practice of 'hilling' potatoes miy now be made much more cheapir and Talk is cho.ii. Tho man who tnlkn too during cultivation and growth is almost comfortable than a l fev years ago and that much (,'ots so liberal that ho givos himself l.KXIMiTOS A !1. The undmlgntd amend the art If In of Incorporuui venal, and in moU instances ii p Jiitiye-J- y transportation facilities on sea and land awuy. ation of the Stanford Roller Mill Company, adoptTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL detrimental to prcdudiveners, vat it Tliniuh III ! lil t'H4' tliiskol in v, have so greatly improved that even this ring th" ed Fob 17, JSS7, anion thjtdiy filed for roiord iif you hear u AnJ li.ti i.iiiiii iteiilrnlliin rraeh,l by s rmliniJ. impossible ,to convince farmers cf limited time aflirds bell. When you booomo engaged, ring tho In iheC'erk'aolticeof I.lnioln county, Ky , aa lull iirlliiilart, fall on any nt ol hi many advantage for belle. this fact. Mmy years ago we gave the itCTmohhk d. a.kkk.xv iuu7 iu ueuuenie night seeing. As tor I. Ttio Capital fitotk ot mil Cjtupany shall U back of u clock. Ai.wvs behind time-t- ho (Irli.l'aM, Aoilt, TraT, l'w. Ajl. matter a thorough trial, giving (he fi'ld in the expense, he caya that the journey round A MiKvu wasto of ttnio trying to cut hair forty lliouaanddollara. (Virlnglnn. K r One year f.ir nnty 8.1 iwi tr lisl.i'ilnti'i, k . charge of two careful hired men. Alter the world can be comfortably II. K. IIO.VI iNUV'f.N' tUtrlirr, iin.ro than Hie prkeoloiie, With buttouholo i.l'Usoi-mII. Tho corporation ahill at r.o tlmi Incur a made by thoee (inral nrlirei, (iTiui;iun,Ky. ndte strips of two or three rows each were who kno how to travel olT drbt ixceeillPii twentr lx thousand alx humlreJ A wniHHNo ceremony hhnuMu't pass at a cojt of 58 a US lm By tmrlinr u M you wtn rw In inr mio too smoothly For iiiMtuntv, thoro should nrd filly doltare. hilled and left (lit. Trie men were onfl day. For $2,000 he says the trip can he bo u hitch of Homo kind. your bonis pajxr with ttiu Cuiir"r Jmirnal, the (, A.I.ACKKV, W.C.. WKt.CH, assurance i that our prerious made with dent iu tlnir repriwenuillse newspaper of iltn i utti, di.iaixrat- the greatest comfort. If. d WITHKIW, Tin: uso of alcoholic liijuors not only s. h. 8ha:;kh, Ic nud lor u t.irltl lor ivuueonly and the bnt. opinions were mintakm, as we would iee TUOi. FOSTUH. gets away with tho coat of a man's stomach, roHKsTUriUhtl) brlRhtiist and nllf,t tauilly iiil; m tbt Unlf ' Dakota Hotel Card, Htatea. 'thoM who detlrr to exaiune a amnple When dig-ti- iu when the crop was haryeated. but it often robs him of the coat (if his back an du lf copy of the at thin iitlir Cady Houee, Mayville, Dak. ve directed tbem to measure and re It ir not what is in tho milk that disturb) ii'A.iV.rO.W.J.l. ti. V Accommodations for 730 guests. tho public equanimity; what is tho milk in' oord on a shinglo the product of eich strip Is tho ami unanswerable iiucs (During the year-t- wo r v HOUSE, W. Q. at a time.) WALTON'S OPERA snd to report the result. But they did not tiou that agitates tlw common mind. Three elevators. report for some days, until asked for the y, HTa.NKOKD. A sciiooi.nov, whilo engaged in dellning This Old and WoiJ da be teen from the front door ) xhiugie. They did not ltke to confess their words u few day.s since, made u mistake e)touisviut mwimiTf Chicaso Rt (to- Hot and cold water. Hotel Still Main uu no that wns not a mistake. He baid: "A dem WALTON BROS. . - Proprtoro-great mistake, and had hoptd the matter Is vessel that boor, wine, Hiflrh Ropuuutun. oud be forgotten. The fact wai that the (Cold witer for guests proprietors aUy ogoguo u or any other holds of intoxicatkind gin, whisky, A in hot water) tlat culture gave 15 to 20 per cent, more ing liquor. -- AND Bells throughout tilxeof Htage, 2oxM, Fiuvr Sai.km. wr "Mario" .Second Rales- the home hbt eoiiii lots tetn ol bn I.K1VIKO DOTH than ttie hill, but when the hilling was ery. Heating taparlty, Including gallery, M.i Il I'ropriotor n Datortuinod tha. I nm hore." "Aro you (Tney ere threw out last year ) busy!" lady" , . atlr.et.on, moderate the difirence was lens,'' sh&j bo docoad tj nQ "Yes." "Whoro Is tho other saleslady!" LOUISVILLE A UIXCIXX ATI fUoan..,let. to Music at all meal'. "Sho has not coino in yet Whatdojou Hotol in tho State in ite Fare, Dally, tecures to trayelera Mrs. Harxock siys that onco when the (Chin tniuic.) wantl" "I want some ono to go and ask this l appointments, or Attnn- lady cashier General felt called upon to entertain six I change a for tion to Comfort of In speaking of a recent defalcation m a iroimitt," if sho can Sioux chitftiinsehe helped him in his task tbeir Guati the Troy poitcffiss, a gentleman said. "Ii RAPID SERVICE THE ' Come, let mo pin this dainty spray by playing the piano foi them. Tne music Is never ra'e to loclosa an old bill your buttonhole," said she. Fat in Haifsaae will ba eonreyad to anJfroiathe 1 in au evidently had power to plesse if not to 'Twak then ho passed benouth her sway. free or charge. Hpectal ateotnmodatl Oas to be sent by mail. Why," said he, No lonaor hoart and fancy tree. to Commercial Iraselera. The liar nlll immediately nego'loothe the savage," for Erer attempted hetween the ureat rorauiorclal i alwajt aapplted with the ekoleeil "men who are experts cm tell whether a aud tlttrimtt, and hence commenced through an interpreter two years of married Ufo Dut when fcraadeof Llmori sad Cltira. tiations BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. the laattat time and moat comfortable tratna be. letter contains money or not simply by the Had passed alio wept nnd cried "Ah, ino' twpen all points In theSouth, or to the Vf This Mngnzino iorlni)s AinerU lo purchase the "big Ciptain's" rquaw sense of Why did you take me for your wlfor smell. If you will notice an old aud ft'ortlurest. The counle'part of thla train enn thought nnd lll'o from uci'iin lo Bsadi, " You buttonholed me, dear," aid he, along with the "music table." on all trunk ltnea la denominated The LillUt-ei- t greenback, it has a peculiar smelt about it were first offered for the E.ri'enn. Tboauperbrolllnratoek we y ocean, is filled with pure hislfclnsi robes and blankets "Wiit," nskod tho teacher, "did I'ayno ulrua patrons t'nUmlti'il C'om'ovt. that can readily be perceived, even if it be writo "Thero Is no placo liko liomoj" litonitiiro, mid can ho nifely BaTAtal! Coupon Ticket OtScea in the tiouth When the "big Captiiu" reexchange. iu any famllv ciiclo. inclosed within a letter replied tho s'rart bad boy, "It was you will find our lime tablet and tlckett. fay Mo-If It is better to . jected these, supposing the inducements send a Motion, tion, get tho truth. Uu had no homo, ami of courso you want to Jloiton and ttlck to pleaaant Jourregistered letter or u postal note, or PRICE 2Bc. OR 93TYEAR BY MAIL. aase money and bare a Mii.i, in: run tnit were not sufficient, they added ponies to an if was no placo liko a place that wasn't ney. R.O.MrCOKMICK, you inclose a bill, be sure it is a new one thero Sample Copy of current numbtr mailed upon reGeneral Paeieugor Agent, Cbicago. of robes and trinkets of any whoro." And tho tcachor started to increased number ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS ceipt of 25 eti,; tack numbtr s, 15 cts. Clly Ticket and That will notsmell " Albtny Journal. mark him zero, but stopped and got to think-Ing- , K, A. BciKNKR, 22"Axeuta Are., Oltlcvra: all kinds. Their indignation and dissatis4th l)uUrle, Ky. I'rc-in- t ii mi I.Nt svllli ill tier. and finally told liim that was correct, I. M. Tohbkmck, 1211 Vine at., Cincinnati, O 1 faction were apparent, aud quickly made Promlum, Iu defending the war taxea upon the uec and marked him perfect. $1,000.00 Addrtw In Indi- esitiea of 2 Promiums, 5900.00 oac', " I civctheo awl, I can no more," B. T. BUSH it SOU, Publishsrs, evident 07 their leivins the house life, h contemporar Hy that brc v nufKtiAA ' 6 Promlums, S20O0O Tho shoemalior mid ho; . an file, without a glance I ere or there, "augar wa never no cheap an now." But t 130 Ar 13a I'rnrl SI., N. V. " Tho bench and tools aro all my store, 25 Premiums, 8100.00 " seeming deaf to the interpreter's appeal to would it not be 2J cents a pound cheaper You may as well tako mo. 100 Promiums, S50.00 ' aTAM'UM', nt. My nolo Is In my buslnesa, I 200 Promiums, on the averKe, W ther we no duty? Who S20.00 " return. 1 Shall httek unto tho last. Lii CuUU ll'lu si 1,000 Premiums, S10.00 " houses were destroyed paid the $50,000,000 collecled last yeir And when I pe my latest slgli Jljtfl- - .VUlul 0 IJ Five tenement , HI. .Mll'l'lt KilUl .M- - M.W, Shall be nnd fast." ( ir-iHii'tii'idu'aiid illrtfitlcua dutj sS.r.j X. Y. Hvrald. - v r f t I fiic ic Lcxlss'.ca Tuu-hj- . . ii. . HiU..t- -. f AauinrLiu ' "niwur .ii.i.., Cleveland's Pictures informed that President Cleveland' picture miit be put sway be fore tic G. A K. meein In St. LduU, nnd hoepita-blalleired l that it N ths rei-otoxhakeare.l Uik nt a bull The G n the pi ice A. U. "ssctetY oflec'ed 8t. LmiI It ha at of meeting of it own motion reidy,l)ehved indecently toward the city and put St. Luil in h mot liuoi'tlating attitude l.for the oouutrv. bir, in spite of it all, the prepiMtions for Ho reception have (joni) on without reard to expeDno. fin nnne7 they When the 0. A K. er got it. When I' acbw b to it indrcent prcju itc". It aiki r Ther too much snd ii will nji t I' ppopl in St. LmiIi who thuiniJ "f a higher ivpeo' far the President of the Uaited S.aiemh'U for atiy nun on farm, direct nnd lhty ill not becom arc- ly or indincily, tofiinh h oiiwknIIv ntthck . i . u:i .:i.i 01 Keeping 1119 pxmre uu Kn thl riu'ii. pt'cii'n bill that lie La uot vetoed a enisle t He U 'in bevn xliouid n.it h ahla ami cwciwiiliotH in tie honest iuab, discharge of hi duties, and it i" not hontn-trepudiate him fir a wwfe, or n day, or o' proniicuoti ii n hour, btciuie advocate thrown into a rRe at the lire pti)H0ti Hiht of tun picture. We were told by Tuttle that it would Dot ba Bsfe for him to viit the ciiy while the O A. R. wan in it We are now told ihit it wi!l not 'o to I low even hi picluie to be iten br the O Tre A. K. Thin ie uonenee and won-fbopiialilv for men who distuib the proper pescu liiciui thtr aee n picture of PrfoUlru' l tl- - boKpitality of tie prlirc Si. Liui Republican. rUttuo. We are c;ra7elcd nt oir-rend- R-- lnr r, usual, expect rain. If the cinvolvtiliH and chick-svoclosr, there will be rain. If cats lick tbeir bodies and wash thslr faces, it will rain. If the cccks crow more than ihimI, and earlier, expect rain. If cattle Iravo oft feeding and clme etch other in the (nature, it will rain. If the sea birds fly toward tie lmd niai tie land birds towards ihi ee, time will be no rair. I' the marigolds continue shut after 7 o'clock in the eveninir, expect rain. V hes remain iu their hives or fly hut a short din'nnce from them, it will rain. If the crons make a Rnat deal of noise niul fly round and lound, expect ruin If water fowls scream more than and plunge into the water, expect ruin If the leaves of the trees move without any perceptible wind, rain rosy Im expect Many Signs of Rain -- But All Fail in Dry AMONG AGRICULTURISTS. Weather. A npivr.n that has boon handled nnd If smoke fiotn cbimuoja blow down, or If trained from hor birth will become a gcntlo soot takes fire more readily than uoual, cr aud trnctablo cow, and will givo no falls down the chimref Into the grate, ex In milking. Ir tho young pigs bocomo lousy attond to pect rain. them nt onco; it will bo easier to rcmovo If moles cast up holes it will rain. tho ovil when they aro young than when If swallows fly lower thin usual, expect they nro grown. Four parts koroscno to one part lard, thoroughly rubbed in, will bo rain. If the crickets eing louder than usual, it found effective. TnE growing of early mutton lambs is an will rain. exceptional ami necessarily suicidal in If the frogs and toads croak more than dustry. Ho who sells lambs cuts tho throut Drnnkennott or the Liquor Habit Foiltlvely Cured by administering Dr. Hninoi' Oolden Specific. out tin' KniiwIt'tlKeot tlio person tnktiiK It Is absolutely harmless ami Milt effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether tho patient Is moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made men who have taken Golden Bpeclno In their cotlco without their know Icdiie. and bellevj t bey milt drinking of their own free will IT NKVKIt KAIUS. The system vulv iiiiuKii.iir-- win, tiiu oiircinc ii uccomos nn utter Impossibility for thellnuor appetite to exlat. tor full particulars, addrtaj (lOI.DK.V SPECIFIC CO., 185 IUcc St., Cincinnati, O. 1 Urn-nera- to y u ItranliegUeiiliiiicuiiotcolTconr tea with- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S y wm. w Wall Paper, Furniture, t ia mm 3mmm& L - y A'lffl dULtte 1 Oases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. uul Full4'and Complete Stock of tho above aud prices as low as tho lowest. POWDEft Absolutely Pure B. K. WEARKIVT. 3NTESX7" tt JFU11NITURE STORE 1IITFF.UAK, Proprietor. J" . te 1 en'er-prisin- wtife-awa- Livery, .Training, SALE STABLE joii. ly ilcjx-ndin- UKNON IftdJaSIS, Interior Journal P. N Pro'r. MOTHER a. won-der- WILLIS HOUSE, Ii:it J. Proprietor. JOB WOI.I3L, i $c ga" THE SOMERSET PAIR U-a- is nqS tiot-tlii- yra !U H Hllll.,, U Arn-tth- Articles Incorporation. OraticI st'nmbisiiifioii 1. Weekly (Jiiriir- Joiinml -11 - ni : i MYERS aoiilL iu Coiirivr-Jnurni- ' uuttftmnK, iiuovu NEW PASTMAIL 1ST M wcl-coin- ed "Ho-cause- ," $25,000.00 IN GOLB! hWltOTIOH DKT ... hand-sewe- d u . TTxr TTTir,, si wi to, -