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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887092001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Sent! VeeUn Ifiiefiof VOL. XVI. "Hare Faith in CoiA" the ii hoo lifeline Mr. II G Kithian, who wa ti e nhiraiirK Ml1" Willie Lilian), write a follow from Hin Hitiir. N, Y , where utie "nil tier pttMchfr li j.imihI Iiiivo located. Deaii Inteihoh You late btu m taitbful to follow me from tiUra to place, during my ManHPllMio life Many, many trunks Now we rrelnca'eil ntS ng Hint; t u 0u beautiful IIihIkoii, hkI I Awl uiyelf Umler 1 VERNON, nftta Florence Washing Machine. illrr buy-In,- ; M: NO. 265. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1887. ROCKCASUECOUMY. in need; of a auuay friendly nn- ture and in hi varioii traveling route he An Infant of Dr. Hcorbr died Wednea-dahad probably more warm friend and ac ipaintancr than any mn in hi line. We -- K. 15. mi! I'. K .Smith took in the city knew him intitntlely and hearing of hi Friday and Saturday untimely taking oil ha thrown over u The, bun of Uncle 15 ily McClure wo which that peculiar incxplainalde adne birntd Friday night thought to have brca call to our mind tbu uncertuintie of tlna inendiary. life and warn lit of the fact that we know Jeptha Mu lim ha purchased the 15 ir not but it will b our time next, our nett (trm netr (ireon Hnd will move friend, to go. to it hort'y. W I"vk a WAtchini; fur tour cmilrir OARHARO COUNTY OEPARTMiNl. An infant of A.J. I'ike, of the Oiade, ml'fion hern n itl one of iii ile.iwl little din! WeJneadny and wa buried at l'me Lancaster. bomen, bavini; "pilclm! our lent fur a HillThunday. Circuit Cjurl uloeel here Ut Satui- on." Yet my iiiimI of hi tumi to ilear i. V. Mink ha traded hi blooded dy. old Kentucky, my iianve Hale, and with The flrct thing we kcow tlnr i goiuK You alalliou, IliUyar lor the Tummy (i'ntry interest I read jour i.ewny ciltimn. farm on SknggV creek. to be a coal famine in Lmcaler. You know re a rent newjr piprr I think K. M. Dnny, who moved to Sjmtrel Died, on Sundtv, ol Uux, Matiie, the I am prejudiced in yoii favor, noi aliiipli from Lsvel tireen lat wrek, ha returned infant daughter of ii. O and Mi'tie Mr 1 lranee aui a Kenluckian, but bcaue to hi old home n it citi. rll with hi new Lean, of thi county. you publNh the very inlere".iiuj letter of The only way I can account for the urrounding our beloved Itrother Mirne. to whom I am Tao or three viry detructive loret extreme circity of new tin A. M i that Ii!i-M ty tl)d the dear, ureatly attached turn their tire have ben repornd in the ititind Stone Col. M. D. Hughet must ba7e il corneied. desr "Troupo and fonie clad and Wo!f Creel: neiL'hborhool within tbu Tne drouth appear to be over, good One heart, at lea!, will face eastward on ehowei having (ulleo in thee region Iat few day, ( f the welcom- - lliitti i;ldly to the liank I'ne decorated jug crmsj lia ctruck our Siturday lat. May we never have another, Hudson. The Matter leil u lieie and i I pray. Mwt'ttly ble a.iiu in in the work, while II' villtee and the crzy qnilt lunacy wa a The lomains of Dudley Caneliey, who tame alhir compared with the pottery bui cavern u ail the day loni; with tbu eliadnw nei--i now having audi a run. ws fhot and killed in your county I tit Oh bow KHtrt ti ini't in Je of III' wini' week, were ehipped from this point to Cov1'robibly it i needle' to uiak the utk for Him im and how u'a.i 1 am to we cu.'i help ciyini that the ington yesterday for burial at that place. but (il rv be Christ Ik all and in all to me Tbe people living nn the extension of rain of the lat fe day w glailly to bin dear, dear name fort ver. Water Htreet, in Yorktown, are grumbling corned with a wih for more. C'eVeUnd ill vim O.nnlix, O nu acconut ol the mud. List waek it wa Look out for L 15. Adam adverli-- e me of the heiie of merit in next 'l Mre. C'evelind Wtien will everybody have about large the dust. estate there worth foOU.OOO. the ipiantltle u( evf rvthitig in the good line thing just a they want them. -I- 'rof. Younit" uccefiilly jujrforuied at lower price iumi ever lfore cold in Mt. Miiwe Maggie and Mary Miller left the fett of itiuiplnu from a bal- Vernon. on Sunday for Kussellville, where they will loon with the aid if a ptrtcbittr, when it itireuig wa the only peraon here attend chool. Kav. Dr. McKee, of Din-vill- e, feet huh. Tqh w more than 1,000 filled the pulpit of tbe Presbyterian not ready for the rain. H aid he had ith frightful rapidity nd hirtd and paid two in.ii tn put b,ihe on church on Sunday. Samuel 15. Iltrri, jr., the profeKir wi nearly out of breath when b pUce and ihe raio elopped them from epeul the Sabbttb in Louisville. H landed. The death of Dick Chandler wa the the work Lte Simmon, livlne t Kerryv;l'e, AlThe Hjokcatle A.'oeiation of Ittp caue o' much regret here. No mtn had abama, on hi. death- - bed ronf'ed the mur- tiM will hold a meeting at Mt IVnl, made more friend than Dick in tin city. der of hi C iuin I vmm C1. whl II he wa church on Tueday Sept. '11 and holding He w alwaj the Mine and cirried II ulntx.l t.Ml xinre tbe three day. All denomination ar We h It l.t fear Old. with htm wherever he went. cordial murder he had never .laid a month in oue ly invilfd ehail not soon loot upon hi like again. - Daniel pUce Aftr hi death 17 kntte wound Mullin. of iiruh Crek. i DRIPPING SPRINGS. were fiu nd tipan hi t)ly. hilu the erar vrry low I, typhoid fever and not expectDkau Intkriok and Fiiiesi).3- -I am of h bll.it-- t wound va upon III ruht auu ed to rrcovtr. A little dauhttr of M. C buck at the Sprinr, to day to ope in the cotld i.itl Miller ami everl other ar reported to l'.'llUC tirgan when Joeph wii tage for eome familie wbo will occupy have typhoid fvr r. 1'iC.Tiine hi bretbrm- .- New Orleai I wish to O. H Price gye u a broken piece of them a couple of weeks, and now l'llttic criminated long before that. Ha a word about that "item" that is goiog sty oi r ecleemed Southern oonlemorry i.ever lone of a peculiar formation. In a aoltd the rounds of the pre saying "I wore the they were all paired in the ark? portion of the atone wv found eolidly iui beard hn bedded it nice compact piece of charcoal, same coal when I wa biptiz'd that I had -- New York W.rld on when I killed the negro " Whether Ktrller even than tint Politic began netrlv a large at a man' Snger Olmtcad Adam, of limard, wa here otaited by friend or foe, witii good or evil wtth the iperatic cf a third party in a I do for kill I Friday. D N. William ha returned intent, cire a little Lr it EJen. INew York Hun. from a trip to Vandal!, III., and briuj tng the negro, and I c&re as little for that I'.ilitie didn't brain until A'l wrong killiDg a mad dog. I have T. II. CJay wa with u a I would for poke. O .10 dry in'ormation (U'a.ui'n luce, when the neyer suffered one mftmenl' uneannec or rem directly traceable to tin Sunday K K Thouip'on and wife are politic regret over it. I knew then, a I know veiling Mr Ilragg -f- L-fe. event The wifof Micijaii McKinzie, while now, that I was not only justified in tbe A we'ern clergyman, whoe nalary ba rut milking a few evenin? ince. wa run sight of man, but also in the ight of God. not been paid for evral month, told the over a and ptinfully hurt about the head and I am no fighting man. I never raie fuss. triMiee of hi church that he ui'lt have I only keep order about me and defend my f.ce bj two cow that were firfhtinp. It wa hi money, a hi family were 'tillering fjr self when it becomes necessary. I am a - neceiunn o life "Monej"' exclaim- thought fir a while that her ekull wb frac christian, and I praise the Lord and Broth 'lilured. She i yet ttite nick from the ed one of the tru.tee noted for hi rtingi er Uirnet for it, but I am not one of the hock. "luone)' Do you preach for monej? ne Gilll Craig, afir urrounding encti;h sniveling, long faced, hypocritical kind, and I thought you preached for the good of I can lead the dance all the week and tiien pine to make himself forget which one of the oul-"- ' Ttie. minlter replied: 'Sj I do; teach a Sjndty-:hoclas jut a biyi he wa. marled home on hi horeo He And il I roll Id It but I can'i eat olll a I could shoot a man who went but ahort distance when he tumbled ich a ymr 'o would take a lnoiind to the ground and w. picked up aoinewhat was utijuttly trying tn kill me. " male k lllnal 0.ir "latest arrival," Mist Haz Kirk, brtiiced am! dii'ty. He wan hbio to accused A convlcietl criminal, who w i is oue of tiie ueatest, nicest little ladies we at nightfall n( the uifHl oiitrace'iu hearlliwaeiM, Sims of Uio boy made thing rather htve bad with u for many a day. Sbe is that h bad at ltit literi thoughtful lively in loe eat end of town Thursday gettiug along linelt; also the mother. We enoigh not to it 11. ot uuery upon hi fami- uight. Only three were knocked down go lo P.tinl Lick and Muddy Creek for the of ly. ' No wife and ohildren ever fullered by within as many econd Tho coroner put winter, where I will open a new stock an Hi ltd mine," ho proudly atid. "Ho in bis appearaucc and threw old upon goods at either pUcsabiut tho ltt of Ojt., ' aked the judge "I never mar m tt-the troubled waier and all ijuiellv depart but will be with you at Dripping Spring "when the ro'es coma again." Till then reii ' wa t"e LOiii'luiv an.wer. ed with their more or Ir hruieed head D. U. Sl.AXOHTr.R Kj'pt., - O ib d.ty week two eirange women, farewell Cruel inilivtilual who torture aniuiai undrr ..lie eirrying a biby, ctlled a! the bonne ol liable to punUhtiiMit RELIGIOUS. lay ilti'Uieiv : "Jf William Kipicr, ont- - mile ouih of town the fif lowiri; l.tw on the ttitt ln Yoterdy was the Jewish new yetr anr hi 'liiiiMi,,4arllr or crilolly beat, and asking Mm. K for a dipper to get mine CO IS at a epring ntiir Ihe houe. handed torture, ti" r oiherwl mlatreat any bor'e water Kev P O K'eoiu is holding a protract that or othr lnai, wnether hi on or t t.f me la'iy to Mr. H with ihe ted meeting at New Haven. he hold it until ir.ey procured the water be tiaed not exoiedini: unotiier, he The Conference at Covingion will start Tne women thon deliberately walked rfl ?100" and liave not luen eeen rince. The btby, a out ten new preachers this time. A pickle factory at Frederic ktbur,;, Vt , A neat and tasty Methodist church wao liltlo blue eyed girl about eigh: day old, roncumei :50,000,000 email cucumber; the i being dedicated to the Lord at "Williamsburg taken car.' cf and Mm. II ay he Kroner average 1200.000 to 1,000,001) eicL; Sunday. will hhII at 50 will adopt il. an acre yield 100 000, which We have a straight tip that Kev. MorTheiiWio in copying from the CoBumieio cent per 1 000 Tney are picked at one ris Krone will be eent to preach for the HMka of Oovcrnor Huckneii 6rt pardon i tiLh or little over, I nv an I an active b ty being iHitied to Algie Kub. a Liulville cliurcl. here. pick 3,000 per dty. Kiv. F. I). Hile is conducting a meettough, who was mi ex Confederate ent up ing at Ljwiburg, Mason county, which It i nfe tn tliuiatn the receipt of the for two year for slabbing an ex Federal New Yoik ealoon at $o0,000 a year, cue-ha- lf when the truth of the matter is Kut wa hid resultel in 32 additions ut last cf which at leat come from the 160,-0- 00 a Federal Mjldier and it a republic tn to Four churches at Millersburg have men known a the "laborini: inn." The lUy. These piper will have to try ncsru. alone IVhibly they will mention Iluckner'r H'R- - acried to give $10,000 to establish n union ealoon destruction of tiie liq tor school there, it the Kentucky Wesleyan would cure four fifth of the poverty in the onil pirdou, Ihe one iued to Frank should be removed. Kt- community. of Louiaville, 28 year of revival, conducted A very successful I aw a pretty age, and pojibly ibey can how him iij Ou a A true exhibition: by Kev. E O Guerraut, assisted bv Kev. You an ex Itibel npy. ulrlKOtoit of a hammock Uihert Ttiompton, of Minhiga , ha been The telegraph brought u the ad oasht to have been around. Jack (yawninj; inprorcM uiTrov, in Woodfoid county, of the death of J D Cnandlr r. I eaw n Rirl I.L". oulof a hammock once, during the pit ten diys. TLey have bad Thin informt waa nothinu interentini; nbout it. at Lebanon, last Thursday but there 100 additions, most ot whom were received liuu (astotilsheJ) There waon'l? Jatk -- tion aaddened many hutrta throughout the into tbe church Sunday. uiniiiitain, where "Dick" bad been doiug No, the wa a Ita'ton tirl -- Ry. Dr. Hirvty Glass tendered hi most of bin travelling ne a drummer for ihe resignation at the FiMt Presbyterian chutch H 15. Freeman, of louuiiujro, Oeoruia, eeven yesrn ami where he wa always a last Sjnday morning, owing to bad health. ha a moccatln snake that he caught whtn welcome ueat. He wa for eewial years Calj luniiux for awhile in He, think of young, placed in a bottle, corked It per iipenntendent of the Pine Hill Coil fclv air tight and for two year it Iirh bed works In thie county and discharged hieCo', ifornia. Dr. Glass' congregation will be du grieved to have to give him up, as a better nothing to eat or drink and in yet alive. Ilea to the aitUfaclion of all After the or mure christian gentleman cannot be teed there he engaged with Suiclille Tne corn field in the Dimai riwamp of work found to till tho field where he has labored Virclr.la ore ovdrrun witn heare and pome A Owen, a Lomvil.o choe huue, h trayel-in- g so faithfully for years. -- Richmond Regisof the farmer have killed nr captured aev enletimau, with whom he remained unter. eral in a single night. The Norfolk mar-ke'- til the time of hin donth and bad worled well Hiipplied with hear meat. Twenty-fou- r are pereons were killed aad a up a large trade for hi employers who fully appreciated his tinny good qualities number fatally wounded by an express train New Jereoy'a Hiate prtou hnlils SG0 Dick was dashlnc into a train full of excursionist horn 1 10 can neither read nor as a salesman and a eentlemiti, of an open, freehearted ud generous man, going to the Douciater race, .England. wilte, A nlpht echnol In boon opened to who never rtfiued sii auce to iltcso in Seventy persons were injured in all in eeeeicin two hi'ine inch evening. dittretaor THE SOMERSET FAIR y Lel bt m w. iui; Jh - 1 eun-whi- Tne third annual exuibition f this, one of the best Fairs in the State, proved eten a greater succe- - than it predecessors which isaying a good dial. The finest 'lock in tni scl!nn of the Sta'e wasshown there and thy rscs, threo or four each day, wire n special feature, being by far the uvm tiitereniing the writer has setn at the ten fair ne ha thi season. Ev eryihing went like dock work and not a hitch nor a disturbance of any kind was netr. at all. The crowd wis lare each day but on Friday, the last day, they teemed lo hitvo come Irom all fjinrler of the globe. The two large amphitheatre could not begin lo furnish even standing room and pm on the fenc that surrounds the race course sold abjve ptr C.tpt. Ssm IJaone, the Secretary, John II. Waddle and John Wocdcock director and Nath Woodccck, mtna.'.r of tbe races, were especially kitd lo the visitor, devoting all of the.r spare time to them and a one of tbe guests I acknowledge with thank the numerous favor shown me. Stanford was repretenled by a Urge crowd of both Udie and gentlemen, all of whom bad a most excellent time and it i sincerely hoped by the Stanford "crowd" that they can some day ehow their appreciation otherwise than by thanks The hop which wa to come oil Tnursday evening was postponed indefinitely owing to the death of Prof. Iljrden, the father of Mr. John lijrden, one of the young gentle men cooiMsing the floor committie The evening was passed oil none Holes pleas antly becuue of the postponement for the Somerset boys had already seen that etch visitor was supplied with company and some of the boy went to far a to break their owu engigeajent for their guest' pleasure. With one accord ihe Stanford-itgive three cheer for the boys, and they were the whole lot, wbo were untiring in their tflorl in making us bnve a strictly A 1 time. Mr. A. A Lewis, editor of the Republican, showed enterprise and energy in getting out a daily during the Fair, chuck fnll of news and a full report of the Eair. E. C. W. The Democrat is not fighting battlts over a?ain, but it does ol jct to that hypocrisy which pretuid to bslieve that all those who voted for the third party candidates were friend of temperance, while those who voted against them were the friends of whisky. If the prohibitionist were opposed to the persouel of the democratic candidate, if they were tired of democratic rule in the county, if they wanted to rebuke politician and political methods it is certnlnly the manly course to stand up and say so, and not to oiler as a basis of their ac'ion what had very little to do with it actual State prohibition An intelligent public sentiment may swallow a small dose of political deception, but itmut draw the line nt the impres-dosought to be produced upon tbe minds of innocent people by placing God, the prohibition pirty and republicans on one side, and democrats, whisky and thodevil on the other. Dsmocrat. t hare bntiKht the right to sell the Florence to regular cattouien In HtanlorJ Waablog Mictilne anil am uow preparil to furolab I will ami vicinity urery morning at all who may wlh lo v their clothe froi the lUbtilmtaDd tiarliu Uicldtut to tlieoM proceiwoi Two CenlH waililntf. Take one Mil try it ami lie convlnceil. I'll not worry you iliout unless you are Acconnta duo at the close of each month or lull satlifiedaa tutu merit. when customer quits. .11. '. Vf HIS, Hej'lquarter. at M. H. Myers' More: e. now. IiAKEIGE n ! ! Per Pouiiil. ha n E. H.FOX, I'JKOTOGRtAlMKJHSfi, IIAXVILLE. KY. I am dally opening an elegant tin of Spring cummer jimiuerj, inciuuing ail and Has removal to lilteWaat naw hulMIn; opposite tbe pst ltl :oanJ Is Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars than Q7er prepr-e- l to Rrrjuiniilate the public with tint picture and Cutis iliichtng, Corteu, Uuitlo. etc. You guar-teofrom i'aolorpui to life t i will find me at the rooms lately vacated by dull Hiilslacllon le A Warren, next door to tho Myers House. l. The Latest Novelties of the Season. lGJ.2in HATE UVIHHUl III. JAS II. OIVK Livery, Training, AND Fcc(1,;itx.aymi. S, hotary Public. SALE STABLE! HaTlng rtnte.1 the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to train nnd l;rak horses on reasonable terms. County Court day trade sollcltM. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 J MIX It. t'AKVV.XTEIl, btauluid, Ky. LONDON. KY. Fifth Street, X.OUISSVIJL.33, Itojias 5 - - ICY. (IDG-ly- .) and 8. Croiale Hlock PEARSON & CLARK, ' Fare A; 1.1 nml roiisoiinlilo prlrfs. Iay anil night 112 of IIiIh lulus nre met liy polllc popular Montr. I'lrMt-cliiM1'oi-ler'207-O- F . B. RILEY, Proprietor. Thoroughly ltciioat-mid throughout. I Wholesale Grocers Itofur-iiIhIii- LEXINGTON, KY. West Mnln Htreet. 203-C- WILLIS HOUSE, 3U1X IWIEIV-WMI- HOTS J; ST, a IIICIIMO.M) KV MT VERNON, KY. n TtUsoM and Hotel Is still main- tilnlng He Bi;o reputation. Charge reasonable Special f ttcutiuu to tho trTelinS public. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor.! bai no tuporlor. Good ram pie rooms attached. y day. irritates u 00 .i,wn.r.i tFor goal Table n r.ni.h,.i ,. .m. iin..l 201-l- ir in Jl P, XEIVIHfJtll, Pto't, Mt. ernon, Ky. THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, lOlt. JNO. M. PERKIMS. BaoDHKAD, Ev., May, IsST. Albright .t Mtrtln beg to Inform their many fnnds and customers ol lie change In tlrin name P.. S.MARtl.l. lu 2D A ST.S , niJLirnx a PEiiicixs. LOUISVILLE, ,. A. , - - - KY., I'. JjlOrjt?, 1'rop. Stroot Cars pass tho Hotol for all) Dopots, The Exposition, Race Courao, and all placos of intorost. Special ratos to Merchants and Commorcml ItA-UTEt- Tne new firm bopa not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many Improvements lu the manufacture ot tobacco which ve win win ue 10 tne loieresi 01 our customers. devote spec al attention to our Natural I?af brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thankln,: you for past fatorsand atking lor a continuation of your trade, weremain, 'tc.8P,p?'f1u'J'70U;;- 5'Cui 31.1 it it A v l't.Iilil.fi. DK.I.S.UUltDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD. KY. H.is lia 1 .r xperkn e ot orer fifteen has aurceMfuli treated hundreis of cial attention is given to the treatment theejes. Name and address cured given ou a apll atlon If desired. ii Mon. U'J.OO l'Jillt years, and cases Speof all dls-rMot patients 2.'0-G- DAY. NOTICE. To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: -- ol 1 pro-cee- tl et HiTlm: recently eoulppcJ n fine Iloller Mill In the town ot Mutifirt trat we defy any Mill to cjual inquallty of (lour, we think tbe citizens ot the county should hare ounty pride enough to iVe with to rutroolze nnd sustain the same whom it may concern that we are In tbe n arkcl to buy your wheat and corn and will always giro tho hlghestiuarknt price lor tame. We i are added some new machinery to our corn meal depar. limit nnd cinnow make meal to suit any pert in. It cannot be Hiualcd by any other Mill in this vicinity Wo soli it a trial in our lhurani our Hue meal department. All having grain Tni is what a transgressor has brought lor sale will please call at Mill, wtiero luour agent can be found at all times, wbo will gire the best on hi family: It would seem that the sad prices lor same, brand ard khlp stud always in condition of alfiirs in the family of John J stock. If. .V. VOTIH, ttuit't,Co. 2.51 tf tit.iulord Koller Mill Cornelian would excite the sympathy of g EAST! Mexican Mustait! Linimsnf Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Musclei, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, Piles. STAND-BY a lt t tt-a- the entire State. the household i broken up and the house closed, the children arc taken ch.irjo of acd given homes by kind friends aid relatives, while the wife and mother i taken to a private sanitarium in Indiana to ba treatel for a mind disease. Tnis is a fad ending indeed of a trouble that ba so long disturbed this com We h"pt for a ep?dy restoration munity of Mn. C'jrnelison's mind and a happy re unit n of this Mllxtcd family. fMl. Sterling Grzette. To-da- Notios of Atuoudmont TO Articles of Incorporation. The undersigned amend the articles of (corporation of the Stanford Roller Mill Company, adopted Feb. 1", 1SS7, and ou that diy tiled for record in the C prk'solllee of I.incaln county, Ky , as s: icq-iet- eh-tl- l y Circuit Court convened 7 murder case?; six bond for feiture; 23 otdinarv appearances, 09 old niuity cases and 17 equity app3arsnce Nelson Gay purchased from Messrs. Milton Covington, James Tribble and Dr. Hocka-da- y, 72 head of 2 year old cattle nt $15 12 per cwt. Fire along the railroad have done much damage in tho county, Senator John D. Harris lost seventl huudred panels of fence and others have suffered in that Register line. Richmond with yei-lerda- I. Tbe Capital ritock ot said Cnupany ahull bo forty thousand dollars. II. The corporation shall at no tlma incur a debt exceeding twenty six thou iin J six hundred (2i5-ln- ) and fllty dollars. G. A. LACKUV, W.O. WULC1I, H. ri. WITHERS, S. II. SHANKS, FOItKjTUSItEID. THOS. KOSfKR. Barns, Scalds, Stings, Bites, Braises. Banians, Corns, StiifJoints, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks, A3STTER' -C- HICKEN! Cholera Cure Accomplishes for everybody exactly what isclalmed f Tit Oneof the reasons for tho great popularity ot tho Mustawt Liniment is found lu Its iinlvct-Rn- l npnllcnbilltr- - EvcrybodynecdSHurh a medicine. The I.uuibermnu nccda it lu caso i r nccldent. THIS COOD OLD Tho IIoiikow Ifo needs It for generdlfnmllyu? and bU men Tlu Cuiinlrr needs It for his teamson hi work Tho Mechanic needs It always A Boston physician tell of an attack of hay fever that wa airssted by the patient breaking hi leg. Hay fever victims who go several hundred mile from home to es- bench. Th o 31 lncr needs It In and his stock) ard. i cr The The l'Unocrnccdslt-cau'tgetalo- farmer need without li It lu hU home, hi stabt. iw cao of emergency. cape tbe diseae should cut this out and paste it on their handkerchief. If breaking a leg fails to effect a cure in some cape', breaking tho neck would be certain tn go right to the "pot. Ilswarejof imitations. The story that nature had invented a worm which would eat steel rails is contradicted by science fortunately for the rails. The worm of the still remain at the top of the heap. That fellow can eat n farm, Jersey City Areti. Diamond-bedecked- ?" ht 1 1 s con-vlct- a, he Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the He (at States Hotel hop, Saratoga) discovery of a remedy that positively "Are you fond of dancing, Mies cures it has been made, and to be conShe "On, passionately, but vinced of its efficacy only requires a in this wirin weather one does get so het trial. A bottle is enough for up!" It is( guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using The piople who think there is nu canned a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly fruit In the country tn speak of, should satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken amuse theuigilvet by trying lo "corner" Cholera, return it to the undersigned go tho Journal and your money will be refunded. 50-centwo-third- needs -It It M Tho Hovae-riinclfriend and aofent reliance. needs It--It will aave l.lm The thoutands of dollars nnd a world of trouble. Tho Itiilliondiniin needs it and will need It ! long a tils life la a round of accidents and dangers. Tho HncUavoodiiiinu needs It. There Is noth-Ingllke It as an antldoto for tho danger to life. . limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. ' Tho Mcrebnut needs Uabout till store amonj employees. Accidents will happen, and when ' hi these come the Mustang liniment U wanted at once. ItMocU-irrotv1 It tn liberal supply nfloat end ashore. Tho Jstenmboat man or tho Ituiitiiinn need l't economy. KoopaUotllotiitlieHo"e Keep a Hottle In tho Factory. ItslmmndUte wage use In case of accident saves pain and los ot Keep a Uottlo Aliiylii tho Mnblo for use tvbcu wunted. im"' OEHTRAL UNIVERSITY Eleven Pertrt-ineu- t r.tciilty Ailvnnincf.-Fu- ll II. ultby lot ltd n in tho betrt u; i.f Miidir lltiitf (Inn Uctlued mid hn.pit.ibli( comiiiuii-Ity- . m) t Mixlenitn np.'ii"i', tJl'L AtteudiiKO fruiu Ut tchIuii Zki, Fur full.stte. htTSrsION opcm 11, Ivi7. liifiiriintliiikaiid I'.italogini, fier. vppiy to L. H. BLANT0N, 0. D., Chancellor. s RICHMOND. KY. market.-Caica- Purchase a New Edition, LAND. STOCK iNU CROP The Jesiamine Journal, which is now ed Secretary iled and owned by (To IlieCJl'or of ths I.niebior Jouinal ) The Louisvilie races began yesterday, of State, II. M. McC.arty and sons, copies I ob'erve that you fall into the common A few wheat drills at very low prices. er- PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. from the executive jinrnal to show that Scientific, Englnccrlno, Classical, Normal Stanford, Ky., - September 20, 18S7 Gov. Knott pardoned those indicted in error of using the word "humanitarian" to Wesren & Mcnefep. Anrlcullural anil Mechanical, de'cribe the character of Gov. Blackburn Irish potatoes nnd country bacon wantSchool, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. Jesramine county for complicity in election According to my Webster, the word means ed by T. rur.r. r Tl 1TIIIN. COl'NTY Al'I'OINTKKS R. Waltou. Fall term begins SEPT. 14, IOH7. For CATALOGUE and other information, addrcu frauds, on the personal request of Common "one who denies the divinity of Cnrlt, aud A limited quantity of nice Fill z seed W. P. WALTON. JAMES K. PATTERSON. PH. D.. LEXINGTON, KY. wealth's Attorney Brouston and 03 tbe as believes Hiin to be merely a man," a belief wheat. Wearen A Menefee. would have the indict- not held by Gov. 'Blackburn at all. surance that he P. -- W.A.Coffey bought of W. I. HamilSaturday ments dismissed if they were not remitted. One hundred years ago ton 25 barrels of corn at the heap at $3.25, You are away bebind, young man. the Constitution of the United States !q its Especial attention is directed to the When Webster first went into the dictionaA yearling mule Bold in Tennessee for original (arm was completed and signed by call fjr a mass meeting here next Saturday ry business the definition of "humanitarian' $175, said to be tbe largest and finest ever the members of the convention which had afternoon The Industrial and Commer- was as you give it, but for years it has been seen been sitting since the 14h of May in the The closest figuring on tbe corn crop cial Convention to be held at Ljuisville used in a very different sense and in the The centenary was city of Philadelphia. October 4 h, will be a most important one latest edition of his book, which has a sup- this year makes it about 60 per cent of an calebrated in royal style Saturday and the in bringing the Stale into that notice which plement of over 3,000 words, it is defined average crop. Quaker City wag thronged with visitors alher Vesourccs and advantages deserve and "One who practices humanity or benevo Stafford's planing mill at Richmond most as many in number as were present at Lincoln should not fail to be represented lence, and whose actions are based upon was sold by a commissioner to J. II. Powthe Centennial celebration in 1870. A feaby her most enterprising men. kindly and sympathetic feelings." You ell for $S Ml. ture of the first day's programme was the The farmers are paying 8 cents per to fill the very air in this will therefore observe that a batter word to Murder seems civil and industrial parade, illustrating the shock for cutting corn this season, two cents advancement of industrial aris and science county at presen. Three people have been describe the great physician and the good less than usual. during the century, which eclipsed any killed in as many days and a fourth at- old governor could not have been formed, 0er 200 Shorthorn cattle are adverfor he was nothing unless sympathetic and Floats to tempt at mur.ltr made. It is a distressing thing of the kind over known tised to be sold at auction at Paris between Ei. bearing a repre- State of atfiirs which must not and cannot benevolent. the number of 300, each October 12h and 15. h. sentation of some particular branch of in exist long. Some hanging must be done -- Jay Ee 8ee attempted to beat his DEATHS, duMry, were in line, 150 bands of music, and if the law fails to do it tbe people will Neb., Friday, but failed. The funeral of J D. Cnandler was at record at Lincoln, 12,000 men and 3,000 bones. The etude have to try their hand. RiCord2.15J, time 2:19 tended by a large number of his drummer methods of agriculture pursued in 1757 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The sale of Wallace A Cninu's herds of were exhibited side by side with the won friends, after which the remains were inJaneys at Lexington realiud $S0 to $2S5 derfully scientific and successful agriculturA new oil well opened near Lima, O. terred at Lebanon. Dr. Bracken preached per head, the average beiug $150. the funeral discourse. al machinery of 1SS7. The methods of is flowing 400 barrels a day. Sjme of the peach growers about Ne A candy factory, valued with its slock Capt James Barron Hope, editor of the transportation, of making cloth, of produc vda City, Col , got $400 per acre for their Norfolk, Vit . Ixnd Marl and one of the ing ropes and of all the varied mnnuftc at $400,0C0, burned at Chicago. year. Kentucky's 10 452 pensioners were paid most dis'inguished poets and journalists in fruit sold on the trees thia tu res of tl c .Revolution were wonderfully Clingstone and Patron trotted mile the South, died suddenly of heart disease contrasted with those of to day. It was an during the past year $1,252,353. of $5,000 at Cleveland More than 30,000 soldiers marched in at his home on Thursday night. He de heats for a purse (mtzin spectacle, a triumphal march, Thursday, the foimer being declared tbe for it showed the immense progress of the line at the Constitutional Centennial, livered the poem at the Yorktown Centen 17 Hirtb & Hodman, who ran one of the nial and had accepted an invitation of Gov winner Time 2 and 2:19. country. The procession was moving from D.C Terhune bought and shipped two toniest bars in Louisville, have failed, ernor Lee to deliver the poem at the laying 11 to 6 and it is said that over 200,000 viscar loads of mules last week, for which be of the corner stone of the Lee monument, itors, besides the city's population, witness- strange to say. Merpaid from $55 to $S7 50 per head. Mrs. Bishop, of Harrison county, had at Richmond in October. ed it. Ten governors of States were pres cer County Sayings. Mrs. Elizibeth Allen, relict of Captain ent, including our own Simon Bollivar and both her eyes put out by tbe explosion of a T. L. Carpenter sold to Prewitt A the President of the United Slates lent his cm of concentrated lye. John T. Allen, died Sunday evening of cts. Webb 32 head of cattle, 13J cwt , at Miller, of New York, has tin i, at the residence of her son, John A. grand and august presence to the occasion, a carlei?ed 50,000 acres of Adirondack timber Allen, after a week's illness, aged 'i years. Jcbn D. Carpenter lo same parties and made a speech of the usual pith and load of cattle at $3 "; John Allen to same hnd for 50 years as a game preserve. point of which all his utterances are A member of the Presbyterian cnurch she a car load of hogs, 235 pounds, at i cenls. The Ware Ctnnel Cal Company has was a good woman and during her long -- Dr J. B 0sleys highly prized famibeen organized at Lexington with $100,000 life lived up to its precepts. She was burAccording to Cjmmissioner Black's re- capital to ly horse, George, was found with his leg mine coal in Eistern Kentucky. ied at Bufiaio cemetery yesterday afternoon port there were at tbe close of the fi'cal broken the otl er morning, with no way cf Monroe Johnson, colored, who confessby the side of her husband, who proceeded year 400,007 pensioners upon the bounty ed having tellins: how it htHDened. The doctor fei-'killed three persons, was taken her to the tomb some S or 10 year'. of the government, of whom 55,191 -- were like he is broken up without the faithful from officers at Heeds, Alabama, and lynch Prof. B J. Borden, for more than half old added during the year and 2.707, who had equine ed. a century a well known educator, died at been dropped, were restored. The amount J. C. Caldwell sold to George Kra'z on Bj the prepayment of interest on Somerset Thursday aged SO year'. Though Tuesday 90 cattle that will average 1 550 paid to them was $75,4G5,5S1, nearly ten of bonds at a discount the governfor a long time a sufferer his death was unWood bought of millions more than the year before. Tbe ment Is said to have made a clean million expected, occurring during the night and pounds, at $120 TE year call for of estimates for the next James Robinson a lot of shipping cattle, dollars. not being known for sometime afterwards. weighing about 1 600 pounds, at TJ cents $79,045 230 and if the grand army howlers Hon. Joseph Cilley, the oldest He formerly taught school here and many P. T Gentry's 1 17 cattle sold to Lehman at succeed in working their bill through ConS.ates Senator and a veteran of the of our citizens will recollect him as their 4 gress by a majority large enough to oversometime ago, were weighed Tuesday war of 1S12, died in New Hampshire, aged first preceptor. He was very poor and for when they tipped the ride a presidential veto, tbe amount will be QG years. beam at 1 731 pounds several years bad supported himself by set- average. more than doubled. This is a pretty great Danville Advocate. Eugene Fttgerald has been convicted ting type. country, but it will not be truly great till in James Suttlew A Bro., Rose Hill, have the Siott circuit ourt of the murder of The Louisville lima pys this tribute been offered $2 25 per barrel for 110 acre every man, woman and child are supported Tice Hall and sentenced to the penitentiary to Jim Dick Cnandler: "Dick" Chandler by tbe bounty of the government. of corn standing in the field and refused It. for 13 years is dead. He was "only a drummer," but in Courier-JournThe 14th annual eesion of Central bis death nature takes back to her breast of D. C. Terhune bought in Jessamine 8 or 10 A few days ago the pub mule colts at $62 J B. Mann, very lished the ten commandments as an item of University, at Richmond, began Wednes dsst a born nobleman and Louisville lores mare much discouraged by the absence of water news and Friday last followed it with the day with 120 students present, while others a business man worth to her more than a and gras, sold a nice lot of 25 bead of constitution of the United States, a docu are arriving on eaeh train. dozen wealthy drones. If the angelic excattle to Wm. Divis, of to Elsworth Anderson was shot and kill- press that bears his rpirit to heaven should ment which it claimed is more talked of Harrodsburg Dmo Boyle, for 3 cents. and less read than any in existence. Now ed at Harrodsburg, Indiana, by Mrs. Sarah charge "extra weight" for the good deeds crat. let the enterprising concern publish the Meadows, whose house he broke into about that go with him as witnesses at tbe bar of OANtlLLE. BOne COUN1T constitution of Kentucky and it will have 2 o'clock Saturday morning. judgment, there isn't left behind upon tbe Wnile two young Englishmen were earth a "skinflint" with enough filthy lucre fully earned its right to tbe title of the best DH, S. O. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. Workmen are engaged in remodeling hunting in Wyoming, one took the other newegatherer in the country. to pay tbe charges. Blessed forever be his al and painting the interior of Trinity for a lion and blazing away shot him in the memory. A Baltimore politician, sent to jail tor temple, killing church. him instantly. some trivial offense, was subjected to the Mr. William Bennett and Mis. Mar-cellLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Senator Henna, of West Virgin! i, says usual cold water bath on being admitted, that before the cloje of uSrCCKSNOUNTO W. II. II 1 OH I.VS. i Devine obtained inaniige license on the first eesion of The scarcity of water in our wells had against his protests and entreaties. Since the 60th Cjngreis the President will have become quite alarming until the long wish- the 14th inst. his discharge he has brought suit againet the solid County Judge O. F. Lee continues support of his party. We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most Dopular ed for rain fell Saturday. the jiiler for $10,000 damages, but a jury somewhat indisprved but expects to be on COOK STOVES nnd RANGES in the Market. Fall line of HARDWARE, The Chicago Anarchists have decided Sickness is prevailing to a considerable will be apt to decide that the average re to the street sometime to day (Monday ) appeal to the Supreme Court of the WAGON MATERIAL, OR0CERIE3, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILextent in London and vicinity, at present publican politician needs a thorough United States, but unanimously Monroe Biughmin, Ed Fife, Cowan ING, &c. declined to principally typhoid fever. cleansing occasionally and will fin 1 for the plead for and another young colored person known as executive clemency, In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL Mrs. Johnson, wife of Granville P defendant. Frank Aeberry shot and killed Tom Johnson, deputy jiiler, died Friday of ty- "Eypl" have deen arrested by the town PLOW in the lead of all others, whero it justly deiervoi to bo Ask your Cait. II. B. Jenks, chief railway mail Sinclair at Berry on the Kentucky Central. phoid fever. Site leaves a husbtnd and authorities f r engsging in n game cf neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market "crsp " Their trial is eel for lhi evening. equal to the IMPERIAL clerk at Louisville, who for 20 years has They had quarreled and Sinclair drew bis two children to mourn the sad loss. Mr. Alex Diugherty, heretofore re Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the made an excellent officer, has at lest been revolver with a threat to shoot. Considerable excitement prevails here ported ill with heart dieae, died at his res. PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal All Robert M. Connell, aged 75, and presimade to walk the plank and give bis posiand at Eist Bernstadt today, Monday, tion to a democrat, who ought to haye been dent of the Woodford bank, died near Ver- caused by the striking miners trying to in- idence in this city Sunday eveniiip. He we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and yon will not have filling it since the election of Cleveland. sailles Saturday. He wan verj wealthy, timidate a gang of negro laborers brought leaves sever?! children br his first mar- any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. w. ii. Samuel L. Mason, formerly of Louisville, besides holding $40,000 insurance on his from the Greenwood mines bv the Nickel riage, none by his lat. Hi widow also suifNinHu. life. survives him. Funeral Men lay evening is the new appointee. Plate Coal Co. to work in their mines. Tbe at 4 o'clock. Henry Reidel anJ shot killed his wife operators have called on the county jjdfe Editor J W. Hoiteii has bought the and eon as they lay asleep in A dispatch was received Saturday his home at for assistance as an outbreak is looked for type and presses of the Glasgow vYietr, near morning announcing the death at his home Willmington, D.d., and then attempted to at any time. ly new, and will soon have the Lebanon of Samuel McKee, Portland, take his own life, unfortunatelv not sue Morgan T. Craft and family left Sun- U"tr Standard on its feet again. Here's looking eldest son o' the late Dr. A K. Mckee. His ceeJing. day for Lebanon. Mr. Craft goes to as at him and hoping that no mora ill luck rar.jt.jEJc; s r 3T IT K mother and brother Alex bid started o Tne Mobile & Oaio railroad has ap sumo editorial control of a newspaper at shall attend him and that his last days visit him, hut his death occurred before pointed an inspector of watcbe, whose duty that place. We regret to give up so valushall be his best days. their arrival. i. will be to examine the time pieces of con able a citizen, who is always a friend lo Sometime before daylight on Sunday That grin 1 old warrior, Col E Polk duclors and engineers and see that they do every worthy enterprise and who did much morning a wagon was hacked up to Bruce Johnson, who Ins worn all the hair of! the not become magnetized. to help build up our village. To tbe peotop of his head ia the service of the counIhe Now York democrats claim that ple of Lebanon we will say, you have gain & Lee's stable on West Mdn street and S sacks of shelled corn and one of shelled oats try, has been appointed on the s'aff of ihj the temperance plank in the republican ed a good citizen who is worthy of vour stolen; four of the sicks of orn were founil general commanding the military to enter-ai- n platform in that S.ate will cost the latter Here is hoping his burbest friendship. on the premises of E Cirrier on Walnut the President with a sham battle dur 30,000 votes, and that the democratic tickdens along the journalistic path of life miy et will carry tbe State despite the labor stree:, tbe oats no ottier sacks of corn not ing his visit to Atlanta. be light and few and that he may be yet found. A colored man named Nelson vole of many shekels. President Cle.vel.and offered a golden Anderson has been arreiteJ, charged with The fate of the missing whaler Ame eagle a a premium for the handsomest Miss Kate Cochran, of Lincoln county, participation in tbe theft. Cher parties thyst, which appeared in the ice fields last triplets to be shown at the Aurora, N. Y , Mr. and Mrs K. G. Ward, of Paint Lick, known to be implicated have not yet been June, is no longer a mystery. The ship has fair mi J t'iree sets contested Not to be outaud Mr. W. M. Myers, of Liberty, who been found broken in two on Castle Rock arrested. done Gov. Hill put up $25 for the beet nehave been visiting friend and relatives here Circuit Court began this morning with Inland. The fate of tbe crew of 3S men is gro twins and made himself solid with the have returned to their home. Mr. G. A. 4G common law appearances and 27 equity still unttnown. colored contingent. Faris returned borne Siturday from a busi appearances. Mark Skinner, the Chicago phllanthro Judge Morro and ness trip to Henderson. Oi his return he The anarchists are breathing out threat pist, who collected and distributed $5 000,-00Attorney Herndon were both and vixited the Ei, stopped in Louisville enlnge and slaughter if the seven condemn pre-en- t. Tee trand jury is composed of among the Bick and wounded soldiers Mrs. C. A Fari'3, of Louisville, is visiting O. W. Pipes, ed men in C ilcigo are executed and say during C. B. Helm, J. V. Mitchell, the civil war, is dead at ManchesMrs. M. A. Faris. Judge W L.Brown and they will burn and kill in that event. ter, Vermont. He leave John C. Russell, R F. Vermillion, W. T an eUate of week1 Vincent Boreing are in Harlan this Such cattle should he treated in the same Wood, W. U. Prather, F. W. Pinkard, W. to his daughters. Messrs A. L Ueld, R M. Jackson and manner as are road dos and snakes. M. Stout, U. T Helm, A. W. Eistland, II George Dining committed a burglary Elijah Evans have relumed from the Pu- A. Headley, at Franklin Thursday night; was arrested John F. Nield, John C WilA Cincinnati paper publishes Home offlaski County Fair and report haying had a liams, Jamei F, Wingale, Nicholas Mc icial correspondence between L. II. Durham Friday morning and at once indicted, tried, Jackson's fine race horse eood time. Mr a son of Controller Durham, and one Pow convicted nnd sentenced to the penitentiary was ruled out, which made the boys come Dowell. Judge Morrow charged the jury, covering the usual grounds. W. T. Wood ell of tbe city inatoffice, which nil acts very for two years By Saturday be was in that home a little blue. Ojr genial railroad waa appointed foreman. The standing jury seriously upon the former and which would institution. This is business. agent, Mr. W. M. Haywood has returned, is composed DKAl.Xn IN of the following named gentle An old soldier in Pennylvania wrote seem to call for "blud be gawd sir." ' after six weeks' absence, bringing with him men: II. K Hay, John Arnold, B. T. Calto President 'WtfA"' " -- h Already numerous schemes by interest- procure a Cleveland of bis inability to his handsome bride, nee Miss Farmer, of houn, C. M. Tucker, T. L. Huinblo, W. II Drugs, Books, Stationery and xjp tl r . pension, although hfa case was a !?Vi Articles. ed parties are on foot to have tbe next legNelson county. S Broyles, R. A. Walker, W. F. Pittman, I. worthy one. Hi responded, expressing his islature add to our too large number of deep Mv. V 'TX i Lii JU. af0 sympathy with the veteran, empha stable of Sam Emory was H. Martin, S. H. Briscoe, 8. A. Vansickles, ltiw.ll a.i.1 .....M In.lnnft m rnrnl. Iv I nmnnlinilcwl Tne raciug AIM counties, but if that body knows its busi- sizing G7P V&, it with a check for S100. sol J at auction at Sheepshead Bay last J. B. Chinn, Sim Haye?, Thomas E. West, ness It will reduce instead of increase the by Bar E. P. Faulconer, B, F. Soper, E II. Meyer, Mayor Oliver, of Sbellman, Ga , walkweek. Dry Monopole was bouaht number. ed into to telejraph office, swallowed j of ney Riley for $8,100; Ten Hooker was W. D Iryine, J. L. Bruce, W. I Moore, Of 372 delegates to the New Y'ork re- aa ounce of strychnine and placing the bought by the Keystone Stables for $2 500; W. E. Baughman. Visiting attorney: II. The Largest 8took of Watches, Ulooks, publican convention 201 expressed them- muzzle of his pistol against his temple Seafog by Lamasney Brothers for $2,550; C. Kauffman, Lancaster, R. C. Warren and Jewelry and Silverware selves for Blaine for president, 23 for pulled the trigger. It is hardly necessary Suitor by R. G. Clark for $1,400; Drake by M. C. Saufley, Stanford. Up to the closing than Erer bougbl to tbli market Price 19 for Lincoln, 4 for Conkling and G to state that he aciomplished bis object of M. Corbett for $2,200. None of the others of this letter the call of tbe docket had net the Loweit, Watrhea, Clocki ami Jewelry I'.e. for Sherman, paired on ihott notice anil WarrantaJ. been commenced. brought aa much aa $1,000. 5tmi-kthlonittiorour- TATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. ltrrrivrn lt BUY GROCERIES OF' T. R. MAIN WALTON cohm:k- 4 1 & nc-lt- d. SOMERSET STS.. s GKTTIIK $95,-000.0- BEST. al 0 e. 1,200-poun- d Kpi-cop- HOCKER & BRIGHT, ,miki.m;y. WATERS & DAVIS, -- xtc 1 wM 'ySiMSi M,j fiL 0 PHARMACIST, M1H1. (vfe f'tWo-J r 'tVjr &x r,..rrr ia JEWELER. De-pe- MiriariMna). , -- .?.(-. V, !T5Jjt,:ttfi-,?rt- r trr,-4f- c ! See our new B new bel prlnif fomthlng Hiram on the Iv 1 A COWARD'S ACT MARRIAGES. K. Varen. The chief train didpntutier Stanford, Ky., E. O. WALTON. L. at all C, per, a Hiatt Attempts to Astassinate Editor of this Paper I the - Mis we-- k. ritrlrudof yuing UiIt II mi, ol Hqiire O Foptombor 20, 18S7 W H, Maynard. will take hid Iiph ltiwn, UUHlnoaa MnnnKor. A rflned and Mr. potlloo Ostober i ,V. LOCAL TIE CARD. cori'EH COIN, dated 1777 ami allowing thn name and face of Ivini; George, ia amoni; Dr. Clilton FowlerV collection of cirioKitlea. tralngolni North. JHJ r,u, The Stanford Holler Mill Compiny baa si r. u. tsmia .. ... II IS i. m ciitracted wiih a L)iiiTille firm io repair iipitM tralu" soutb ' " Hiirlt . ..... ... . ...... I yj i. M to k joTe li calculated uu standard lime, dolar the elevator. It agree to hare the work done, in 10 day for whioh it la to receive Is tut 20 uiIduim imtor 1,(100 and guarantee it to hold eafely nil A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the wheat that can be put in it. the other platform take deliberate aim at Trains leave Itowland at J and 7 JO a, m. My new gonda are now in and I have a hun, holding the weapon in both hand Upturning, airlvtatsand 8 55 p. u. full cup of firat'Claa tailor and I am Jmt then a mall trse came between the would-bbetter than ever prepared to do good work object of hi aim and the 0&ti NOTICES. of any kind. Call early and get firat choice and whether his pistol missed fire or not is At any rate the train soon Buy ;our tchool boo kg and school rup of my elegant atook of nulling. H. C. not known had him out of nhooting distance and the plies from A. It. rcnnj. Kupfey. editor lived to tell tbr tale. Had he been Ask your urocr r for the Cincinnati li.i Wanamakek A Bhown, Philadelphia, a minute sooner In raaching the depot the klnic Co.' cracker anil cake. repreented bv John II, Craig t Cr, Stan bullet ol the cowardly asaiiu would lu all MelloneiiTD fc Stackj are hradiiuitrter ford, Ivy., oiler from aatnple elegant line probibiliir have ep;d through hi vital, a lor ecbool book and hool uppllea. W atchrj mid Jewelry rehired on ciior of men' fall and winter putting, cut and he got oil the train with the pistol in his lotice anil warranUtl br A. K. Penny. made to order from accurate meaauree, at baud evidently locking for his man, Mock of jewelry, late- -l A ooMri.rrr: 15, $10, $17, JlS.oO.f'JO. $'J2 53, $2 to Tje ciue of the tner of the bloody iy le. liockloril watclie a rciLltv. A. $75, and pant $1 50, $5, $5.5'), SO and $7 fiend grew out of the fact tht thia paper h. IVnny. to $15. A parfeot li jiiiranied or no refiHed to characleriKi the act of the pose Tile firm of i'enny s McAIIxter having dale who s tut Hiatt' brotoer wmle he wa the-ludiolvnl, the account ore ready for cellle A Sin.ihaii MuiuiKit. -- Sjveril dty mrnl. Come ai once and rettle. You may from arret for a felonious crime, a a eave ago Sin ly Wither, toil? i In-brutal murder, but instead spoke of it ai hi held to give hi Cindtcv an unfortunate atTtir in which the young iter in PERSONAL. Hutchin, a bitting in I pr cule i to otr man was alond to blame and in which the I)n. J B Owii.KV went to l0'ilille ry it into ellj" Siewirliltht lick off only did what they considered to be Sunday nlghl with her arm n h citu li'iicin i their duty. This and the further fact that Mlix. Ht'iMK Wood, of Iniiiampjli. has tionofitWAi forest inti her rnt, Dr It gave an account of Hiall'tf httempt to been vi'iting Mr. I. M. Bruce. v u ciUrt I in I ex Hudmao, of LinoHt-tr- , waylay and murder D.uuty dneriU O.is upjrvnl htI the Newland, a he wa going from Crab Or-- c Co:. Johf I'll '1 irji.sr.ii, of Winer eur, trailed it, hit loik-jn- r i. Hie k'iirl of Mr. V. II .Miller. woin die I SitiirUv in t a;onr. A lard to hi home in the country in the wn p'r I in ('mlibte. Din Mil night time, adding some condemnatory a vr Wish h returned 'ntn Mil. U Iir' hin anil Sin I if he u:;leil in comment upon the act and demanding that Ti'il In her old home at Clnrerpu'. arre'inj W ihert )lin him in t'ie uiurdermn creiture hi arretted, if it MliH A.NNIE I)1IMAN, of BlltlOU CjIIco for the NMon jail Title, entered the look every man in the co inty, and puoisn Stili, Anotheii Kii.i.ink Friday Wil- ed to the full eitint of the law. Tnis highettrday. Miss Ida I'kewitt, of JrfoiMinv.lle, liam iUilry, a dirchrged employe, ahot ly incened him and he wrote back from arnred yenlerday and i the cuwt of Mr. the new turnpike contractor, Dudley Cor.-le- lr home in Miouri, whithir he had, lied W. 1 Tate. in the abdomen, iillicling a wound to avt! himelf, making some strong threats from which he din) Sunday morning. It a.Mint the editor, S in OiveiH and uthers. Mhh M J MrKiTiiicK h our thank r hare appear that Biitey periled in demanding for n hifket of the tiat"! applet Beide murdering one or two men Hiatt hi money after discharge and upon Conley'ii ha made numerou demontralion at otheen thl eeion -- Mwm Hulk, i Weft Virginia, and refusal, fired upon him with the above re er and never having fiillerrcl for hi crime I'.rrolt, of Klrct'in, Kr . er j.utl of ill'. He immediately ll.'d and i Mill at he ha grown to think the people are afraid large Hi home i near Mavwood and he of him. In every attack that he ha ever Mr. Peter INmton Mh J. It Moi'iT ha returned from ha "erred at leat onn term in the county planned, lm ha mido himself sure of the Lttlranue, whithfr he ent to ee hi ick jiil. Conlcr wa from Utrrard county and defencles condition of hi victim and in I a uiet and peaceable that way and that way alone i he considiid to have mother, who l belter Miirjj Kiioda Li'S'TOtti) and Knoda man and a good cit'Zin. ered a dangerous man. He can murder in Portuian hare returned from a lengthy Stole a Hoiwe. Herman He, an ig cold blood, whi'i he get the drop, but he Isll to relative in Mimouri. norant looking Swi from the Bernatadt has never been known to give his enemy a Mn W. M Doii.r, of Clarkatille, CDlony, in Liurel, stole a hore from iiran fair chance. This paper had nothing perthro' Tenn , luokmc unuaiial T well, McFarland Thuraday and aold it to Champ sonally against the fellow till now, It onFriday on her wy to Mt fur parent at Mulllna at Livingfton for a clock and $7 in ly sought to give the news and the editor Lao&taier. would deem hlmelf too cowardly to occumoney. He then boarded the north-boun- d Mn J. N MrNrrrr. receired a tele- expre and running iquare againit Mear. py the poillon he does, if he did not use gram telllns him of the eevere illoen of Q T. Fari and It. B. Crafl, he pretended every occasion to denounce crime and crimbio eieltr. Mr G. C Duncan, at her home inals in the term tbey deserve. Ihe to eee them and paolng on hid not In Watne. hind the stove. They kept an eye on him, threat and demonstrations of a thousand Miss Anoie Ballou leayea today for auaaains cannot detrr him from a thora they had heard of the thefl, and He Weit Point, Va , where the will attend col- observing thl ought to eyade oughly conceived line of duty and it is a them by lege, Mlra Ellen came up from Samereot lumping from the car about a mile beyond source of gratification to know that the best to ee her oil itowland and when the train waa running citizjo applaud hiscourre. He alto feels Mn and Mrs M T. Ciuit and Jo at "0 mile and hour Not to be outdone, proud of the offer of so many of his friend Walton pitted down to Ltbtnon Sunday, Mr Craft Io stand br him and their volunteer of any jumpel after him and oon where they will makn their home. Mr. ng Being a in bagging hi man, who had be n aitance in their power. Craft will lake editorial charge of the Enter oeverely tunned by lighting on hi head man, he prefer for the law to take ruc He and Mr Faria then brought him here it course, however, and will reort to no Oun friend, L F Hubble, late of Lin and lodged him in jiil till next day, when step not in conformity with it until it has ct'ttr, ordera bia ppir io Birmingham, they toik him to London. In appearance proved to be no protection to his). It is Ala , where he ha cone into the r.'.nl etlate He look more like an idiot than a indeed a sad state of atliir when an unofbuolneaa with J. I). Kan. of South Ciro-lln- a. cannot go abou t In anawer to our question fending and quiet cil man We hope he will atrike it rich. he told ii in very broken Knglieh that he his business without running the danger of Mn It C. UrrniiNioK, of Whinr-K- n, had old the hor?e to McFatland for $10, anamination and the citizen should so I). C, i on a ill to hi nephew, Cpi-To- on which he piid $20 down. He had born bsck up the i Hicer in their duty that the IIutchinnn, afur an absence of IS trying t ' get tho balance from him for a law shall be tnforced to the letter against Tear, lit; ha recently optned a china anil long tiuit and had by taking uch thing a those who attempt to override it br taking i;laware ilorein Ciatlin'mga and flopped hecjutd i!l.p)e of ruluced the amount to it into their own hands. A warrant was issued for Hiati's arrest, by en route. $ Tlii he would not gt and he deter A.MOS thoe who went to Cincinnati mined to take the horae. He claim, that charging him with asiult and after almost by K.C. Batnrday to fee itome I'ndir Nehe did not know it wa ateiling to do no unpardonable delay the sheriff and posse ro, were Prof. S. J. Piilliam and cefen of and iid he wa never in tuoh a crape be went up yesterdav to serve it. Instead of hiit pupil, Jee Wetren, El Kochea'er, fore. "My family never ateal," he id, going right up to the cowaidly assassin and Will Lickey, Will Bushman, Albert and tnen cried like a child, lis a!o aid taking him dead or alive, Sheriff Newland Termce, TomOley and Ham Menefee, that h'n brother had treated him bully, nud nent Mack Bruce and John Bright to parMr. Levi Hubble, Mi Allie Hubble, Mr. jjdging from hi look he bad had a hard ley witli him. While Mr. Bruce waa talkand Mr. Adam W. Cwpenter, Mia L it'e time In life No one could look at the ing with him ltauben Hiatt called him and GNrler, Will Hubb'c, Robert Fecrsl, Joe poor fellow and not feel orry for him, far Hiram saying, "Mack, I'll aie you in a mo meat," disappeared. The posse came lip by Embry, John William, Smith Btughman, a he i from home and friend this time and searched for him in the stable Mayor William Duigherty and J T. Anotheii Kilmno Sunday morning and other pi ice and while they were in one Blankenabip at Itowland, J a me O'Neil hot and killed part of the town he rode through another, John Lee, another brakeman and immedi firing his pistol and disappeared in the diLOCAL MATTERS. ately gave himelf up to the oflicer here, Springs. That the felof iIiham HlATT.alpo played hi builder-in- bringing both hi pistol and that of the man rection Dripping low should hve b;en allowed to escape is buineaon Bourne Clover, cf which he had shot. The circumstance, of the alino't iucrelib'e, but the effort should we will have more to aay killing as developed it the coroner' not and mut not be abtndoned. Hiatt held by Squire Jamai E Lynn, the must be taken if every mm in the county Tlir. Stanford It'jller Mill are running ia required and we appeal to the citizens to day and night now and are eellicg Ihur in same afternoon, wire a follow, At Mr Danville, It. chmond and Lancattr, where Hull's boarding houe, where both men get respond promptly to the sheriff's call. If are roller mill. The "Dity" Mill are their meal, Lea said at thi breakfast table such outlawry is permitted the county will A scab in In soon be in worsi condition than a few year that O'Neil was a "scab." hard to b.at. boring men's pirlano i a man who under- ago, wbsn the people arose in their might The jailer of Knox county delivered to mine regular workmen and engigea for existing an end to the lawleisne Jailer Sim M Orfeu. Sunday for afi keep- lower competition than ii adopted, and i and put in the Eist Had. who wm io danger of ing Harvry Turner, considerel n very oflenaive term. Another A new line of fall clothing jmt received. being mobb-- d for the recently coramtiteii brakeman told O'Neil of the remark :uul S 11 Saanka murder of hi uncle. he went to where Lea after arming hiui-el- f 1 f ernoon the alitor of thl pihi cus'oui, Htarttd up to meet the laenger train from Liunville. Being de tallied a miiii'c or two he did not arrive in time, but got nearly on a line with the Carpenter llouo a it started out. Walking leisurely along an i nit dreaming of din ger, he wa aitonUhed to e Hiram Hiatt on the platform of the rear cir and hear him exclaim, "Qod d n your soul to hell, I'll kill you," at the same time tearing a pUtol from a papar and croailng over to Siturday Fjter, a vi v h.ri'l)ti)H flarrui'burg, mil Jiin K. Versailles wre iilitrled last - M'ROJBERTS & STAGG, Opera House Block, nOQAUIdltSJ IN WIiich, Wall Paper, BMz'ey, at Aberdeen, out Hi town I the acknowledged Gretna Ureen for run away couple and ho ha Ihe monopoly of tyinrf them together Within a month he IlriiKM, CuemiculK, h uiadefiO )iil hapnv or for ha the bet ihii' lim Stanford, Ky. Liquor MiinIciiI U life K. Alkjiiij and hi Tnur-dahe married at here in style Friday and drive his daughter's, Mrs. George where a nice supper awnited Mm. y, I'aliitx, OHh, aain bride whom nrrived 8mtret at once to D. Weare , them The lady' name wa Mr. Lucy Beidelman and she is a native of O no, though ah has lived in Pulaaki several yiars, where she has a farm. She is a good looking woman of about 50 year of age and the old gentle man seem a happy a- - tie days are long. We wish ihetn much joy. According to the statement of it f fair by the chief manipulator of the col lapsed California wheat deal, ihe i peralrrs J. Lamp, flooka, NtaCloncry, Sonpn, C. Perfumery, larri, Tobacco, Genuine 0. Salts In bulk at wholesale and retail. I'oeket Cutlery, Fire Arm, Maculn IVeedle. InHfruemeuU, Our watch maker, Mr. V. V. Kent, a thoroughly practical workman from Kashvllle, has arrived and prepired to the public In all kinds of Repairing In the Jewelry line K3EXM W m i95 H K0 ' lot g over $7,500,000 By a wreck on the Lufwvilte A Nesh-vil- le railroad, rtvtn mules were killed and mnny badly bur', and a number of freight of Mr William G , Mr Itankin, near buriiel. The Millersburg Frmale College was slightly damaged. Fred Munchrath, jr., an trial .it Sioux City, Iowa, fir tht a.ssis'nanon ofIl; Haddock, ba been found gunty of man slaughter The miximum p'lii'anment 'or the crime in Iowa i eight jtare A Fayette ciuntr farmer arid close observer savs he bom In 100 feoding cattle laat year invtstit g about $5 OOO.and 100 sheep at a cot of abiui $00. Toe net pr' fi s were grtn'er than from the from ihe shi-ecat le. He got $150 per iieil f,r tbe Iambi and raised ui'ire larah than be had Trie wool from the ewe br tight $1 50 per head and ihev aold, wHiihius 120 pounds, at Uj cen. Firmer Hom J l. and Millt-rrburgp C O R cl. cir demolished - The dwelling li, 1 pr pje 0 0 m m m ?5 I 2 m m gr-si- nt 1 ill o q IS CO v, ee H mr-m- Mass Meeting Called. An toiluitrial auJ Commercial ConTtntloo will be lieM In Louisville. () tober Itb, tor the purpce of brlnglo; prominently reouirmay ment. Ix-e- n their develop1 hat Lincoln county may be fully represented and her resourifi ml auTantajea uiide e, the comulssloners for the county appointed by Ihe governor, call a msj meeting ol the citizens to convene at the next Siturday, 21th, at 2 P.M. to appoint delegates and take other steps that may be deemed necessary. W. fl. Wklcii, G. A. Lackkt, known, court-house of the State aa.l to tako em expedient to encourage - Into view the manifold tuch iteps as H. G. RUPLEY, MKKCIIANT TAILOIL I have received and still receiving prd New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising b. Sacflky, W.P. Walton, M. C. (Commissioner. SKW ADVHITI3KJIE.NTS. tb bnst In the market, wblcb wlii be Gotten Up in Btylo and Make Sooond to Bono in City or Country Give .Me a Trial. Fine Farm For Sale I wish to tell privately my ! law-abidi- WEAREN & MENEFEE, FARM of EIGHTY-TW13a O ACRES mllts from Stanford, Ky. Well Improved and a very desirable home. For price and terms, apply to JI.tSTEItSOX VF. ;6l-t- f Stanford, Ky. TO. CLOSING OUT CHEAP ! Having determined to elote out mr business in Itustonvllle to engage In another, I oiler nt the I.oiri'Mt I'liiut'VH my eutlre stock, consisting of Urocerlei llour Mul.ims, Tobacco, Cigars, In fact, evcrytnlng usually Confectlonerlcs-n- nd store. Also a lot of euipiy kept in a elder barrels. No such cliai.ee has ever been given the people ot this vicinity to get gooJs at such low price and it la the part of wisdom for them to call and purchase at once. flrst-clsss 2GI 3w ntsnov, vii.is. it.Hustonvllle, Ky. ! v X A. 7 aa J. Executors' Sale As Kxecutors of tho late will of Mrs. Luclnda Carpenter, dec d., wo will sell on the premises at 10 o'clock sharp on Haturility, September 21, 1SS7, O.XK House &Lot of 8 Acresin Hustonville g And the Household and Kitchen Kurnltu-- e be longing to the estate Also, some stock in the lluMonvlllc & Liberty ana iiusiouvine a lunviue TurnnlkPB. Tkrms Six and twelve months en thereat re late, with Interest, l'osiesslou given January 1st. or sooner it possible. Other property cash for nil sums oi siu ana umier; over iubi amouui, sis Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sura ys, PhSBtODs, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Oarts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Goal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever,' before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- months credit without tnteroit. et 23.td "" MOXJEY TO IiOAX .VILKEIt C.ittl'KXTEU, Stanford, Ky. VLiflOX FOri,KR, i I,. V.V.iltVK.WEH, All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. J. II. GREEN, Agl., WEAREN & MENEFEE. Ky. HiiMtouTllIe, In sums ol from J 1,000 to 31,00), on good Lincoln county re it estate security, to soms ol our custom ers. For particulars, apply to jflj.tf Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) and Toxas Pacific Orloans (Cincinnati Now G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, STANFORD, KK.NTCCKY. South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. DOWN. Wo. ft. I Florida, was and aiked him hat right he had to A TINE line of French Candie r juet re c ill him a as ib. Ljj replied that he had a ceived at A. A Warren's. Itjtherford, who Ii7cmeir Minn'-wa bitten by a mad dog Sunday, Lswls d -- n good right and O'Neil responded. It Is s:i!d that Hiatt denies haviug poin "Any man who saya I am a cab is a Qod Dudderar'a mad stone waa sent for and eJ a pistol at Mr. Walton, but fortunately it and the child, ilia thought, will re- d -- n lying son of a b h." At thl L?e attempted to draw hid pistol, but it hung In can be proved by n number of witnesses, cover way and O'Neil, who is It ft handed He also saya he does not intend to he taken, bick Satur- and who bad hi pistol in his left coat but we shall seo TilP. WilliamiburgspaaeeJ day, looking greatly the worse for wear. 0 pocket, immediately drow it and firing, A mule belonging to T. M. Lilian! was theferiea of game they played they didn't struck Lie ou the right Hide of tho noe, killed by the car at that mot dangerous of win a single one after leaving here, tht the bill through and coming out I) few days ago. Springtijldi) even to ting away with them at the bick of hi head. The verdict of the crosilngs on inville street a Will Lillard w.is driving the team nnd lol. jury wa In accordance with theie fact, and barely escaped with hi life. Tho mule THE Loni). The jongeat and the county attorney decided that O'Neil be- wa valued at $159 and it is a wonder that PiiAlSE dieaMiou. drouth for many year came held without bill till hi trial both were not killed. Tne next day anto an end Siturday ia a geutle rain which Lee wa originally from Somerset, was af- other mule wai put with the team, which terward a miner and n very tough charac was hauling wheat to the mill here, and It lASted well into the night and baa continiutervals since With the exception ter generally. O'Neil is from Louisville, is becoming frightened at the whistle attemptued at of r few light nhowers it did not rain from an Irishman br birth and also beirs an ed to run oQ, turning over the wagon and reputation, IIo was the most un- doing further injury. early in June to September 17ib and the . .1 euflerlng among stock toward the last waa concerned man we ever saw and seemed to Qiarterly meeting begins at the Methvery great, as they could be supplied only feel no compunction of conscience for the Mad Do(i Bite.-- A little boy of Michael i (lii, ap-pli- Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters, Wells Drilled to order and pumps furnished 215-- t f at Uctory prices. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. HKAI KoTl. Mo-3- TltAINH bOUTH. . It HAD 111. THAlNaNUKTH. v, lurcliasing Agency MISS SA.LLIE HARRISON, ! Tlally, 7 85 , , nn Daily Ex. Hun. STATIONS. , Pally. 9 11 CO to-u- m .rt ping Formerly ol Stanford, ha owned a Purchasing Agency In Cincinnati, and all orders to her at 127 West bth street, will receive personal and prompt attention. She will make a specialty of Dress Goods, but will recelvo orders for Furniture, (arcon d rets and In fact everything oue section wish. Tho especially patronage of the ladles of this 2ci solicited. liTi. OOTpml loconui 1 Bioim .;;".".' . i in ti m 1..I I OS p in llSiw 625 9 3 50 p ui ki n ill 8IMU 15am . m iUU III 4 ID unt WALLACE & COCHRAN, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ey 8 ? a iu 10 00 a m 10 in i. m 5 30pm 10 40 am 4 20 p m 12am' 700a m a iu ...' ....... THE GENTS' FURNISHERS AMIAUCM'S fOK THE p m 1255 a m 6 ID a ml 7 10 1115 pm ... 6 15 a m .... ... ..... ti as n in . ssna iu ' t, ii o m .... . 40 pro.... 9 45pm1... II 00 pm ... osopm " " pill 'A rt . ... O ,rt n .m rinelnnail. .A'rv C 12 n m U.VMM.. H m. .. w ....... u'li .luu ........... fl .w n ... (.......m. A M . in 9I1III1 h 5i0aiu, 223s i iu City 135pm ' Junction 7. VA, 9Ot in .OakJile.... .... 750am 7 M P m 730 iu ..Boyie ........... 455pm "J 17 ml.... 7 0 p m 00am I ID a in a 30 a in' Ai'v.. Chattanooga.. L've 4 L'rt Cbaltatiooga A'rv 12 30am. l5? u 10p m Ar'v 43am a',i' ..Atlanta " 10 40 a m 10 .10 p m plrmtngnatii !r.' Dally. Dally. Dally. Kx. Sun Wo.10. i Wo. 4, Wo. 8. Daily. Dally. ' UUi I 5l5m aj 1 1 7 10 p m ....Akron. 5 35pm .. ..York A'rv Meridian ...L'v 4 80 put IV ve ..Meridian ...A'rv I 00 p iu A'rv. New Orleans..l.'ve 9 00 a m -- L've... Meridian A'rv lliOaui . , ruscaiocxa p iu 8 12 a m 0 40 a tu 4 45 3 80 a iu 3 20 a 8 35 p in a iu u m nit . I.I II by driving great distance. deed whatever. odist church Saturday next. INDIANAPOLIS LAUNDRY. Mann Boudoir BuOel blepln; Cara ou all througli trains H COLLBltVN.Oen'l JOHN C. OAULT, Geu'l Manager, 1.. CAllllOI.1., 50"'i General Offices, 8t Paul Bullilag, West FourtU Street, Clncnnatl, OK'o. - lilSnui' 4 jubuu vicaslurg ! .A rv .. i 7 3i p m ' Mirvjort. Monroe. . 2 25 a m 10 80 p ml situ .... 2. a iu Frt.A I'as?. 7 15 p IU 1 55 p in ilOlOa IU 9 55 i 4 ii i m Ajt., H Ver-r- f 4 Item ticRlwniniu'tipof cofteeor tea withlowing countries is increased annually by the person taking It t Tho Torrlblo Dlsoaso Contracted out tin MimMi duo ut and will effect a perma-la tho sums named: German v, t200,vXM,UOO; absolutely harmless fubltnheil TtiCMitnu nmt FrliJflu Great Britain, JfCo.OOO.OOOj France, cure, whether the patient la a nent niul speedy by a Sailor In India, -- AT moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. and tho Thousands ot drunkards have been mmtcttm-irteme- n ANNUW.CA8H. Tho United SuitesUnited States, rrr,000,000. A S'J ia already tho wealthiest who have taken (lolilen Hpeciflrj Prrnilrul Aslntlo Malady Mnkcs It Apnation in tho world and as tho ubovo llgures InthelrcofTcc without their knowledge, and J1.50 will be expearand) In Ntw York Tim Awful hcllete they milt drinking of their own show Its wealth Is Increasing tho most rapIt understood It accredit that free will IT NKVKIt KAlia. Tho svstem Work of Extracting (Irootly pected and demanded. idly. once Impregnated witli trm Specific It becomes 1'uraslllo Worm. an titterimKMUiity for iiie liquor appetite to Tunttu are about 130,000 Mormons In Utah. exist, riuiuu particulars, auuress filll.llr Of these quite 0,000 nro under tho ago of W. P. WALTON- SPECIFIC CO., 185 Itace St., Cincinnati, O, In all tho medical and surgical experience eighteen years. This leaves CO.OOO ubovo to that age Of those at least are In of tho great hospitals of New York thero has never been such a easo of worms known polygamy, and these nro tho roolish Pnndice. haro as that which tho good ship Hopes recently There is a foolish prijudice Hgiinst news, brains of the whole. Tho people-whbeen through tho years selected for leaders, brought to this city, writes a New York "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. paper nilverlii'inz in eouie of the tao't and who are Intended to bo tho ruling class, correspondent of tho Cincinnati An purer. It was a easo that gavo tho physicians hero brsnchen of b,icinf energy. The are In polygamy. OrnciM. statistics of tho late war a chanco to study n malady that Is rarely doctors vainly lmeine that they are pop men enlisted met with outside tho tropical countries. ntirjR themelfp" from the pretenders arid show that of :),000,0li0 theio were hilled in battle 44,218; died Tho patient, James Paulsen, la still in the Uollovue Hospital He is one of tho hardy quaccs in medicine hy forbidding eren pro of wounds, 49,'AVJ; diedof disease, fesoiotial crd in public journal, but they 210, died unknown causes, :J4,1M, total, seatnim of tho North of Norway, a country This Includes only those whoso whoso sous tiro accustomed to "think of tho confer their inaincenty by neekin efery 30.'!, MM.whilo death in the army had been actually ocean as calmly as tho tradesmen contemother pwible method of newspaper adver- - proven To this number should bo added, plates his store. Paulsen has followed tho His last tisinir. The only practical result of their tlrst, suti men who nro known to have died sea for it llvllhood since childhood. trip took him to India. Uo wishes 9 restriction is to cimpel vounu doctora to while ia tho hands of the enemy as pmouors ho had never seen that country of now that strange their incenuiiy to it publicity by of war. and many others in tho same mangods, swarthy peoplo aud queer animals. exhaust ner whose deaths ate unieeorded When his ship made n lauding at a port ic much meaner methods than by manfully In view f tho enormous yield of gold, advertising ard paying for It The hauh many will ask why it is still a prceious India to take in a cargo, tho sailors, in accordance with tho uoual custom, were rule is to om extent accep'ed by lawyers, metal It would, indeed, be abundant as to go on shore for few hours to get money, if nil that was dugout of the earth perpetual battle a change of seen and aud nemspiper have was turned into com The sevret of its Sailors' fun, under such have n little fun. circymstuncvs.gcn-orallketji him seureity is because of its consumption in with th epiriou attircey runs In a low channel, aud us mixed from liavni; himself reported s the chief the arts and manufactures. It is estimated as the mixed drinks which they isgenerally feature uf ever csfe with which he can that the supply from all the mines of tho imuioo. rauiseu uua ins comrades were world has fallen to Tnusdoeven tlioiw tio this, Ol.out.iOOare ;Wt,(ii),ti0 annually. Of presently engaged In givmt; the quiet town a connect bisuHUte consumed in. manufactreddish hue. They en advrtii-iag- , ures, o deny ipwspsptr fdleety profesleuvmg only t32,ijiiU'X) to uso as gaged in fintlnif get drunk. Thev ).. lititin( ! . .vj ,. r iin.l n,.,.,t.,tln.. 1., ... l..ti n.M.f T n list credita- o. . pav tribute to it onlr L"""' ontly tho constabulary of tho nlaee V, . f -ONriii-Tpounccu aowu upon tnem, and curble wiv thi-- iaidoptfd b busice" rotn. The United States still supplies the United ried them off to jail, after u cf the world Kingdom with nearly In pi)tnt of lacl, the bus the wheat sharp struggle. The charge against them U done by advertising, from me pulpit to which it consumes, ns sruwuby official lirit waa thoft. The complainant was a in whose storo they hail been playthe cockpit; HUJ when the reiular newspv Ish llgures just mado public Tho amount imported into that country in lS"-- 5 ing pranks, nnd who had missed some of his A uurifl ot purllj, per advertisinu i? proUmeillv rejected, it ia of wheat Thlst powJer nTir Trlr was 1S1,UD,IU) bushels, of which tho United wares Ho went among wl.olwmipneu. More rconoiutrni only t ) seek some sinunus put in cet into States furnished ulwut 7.',000,000. India, ns tified Paulsen as the man.the gang and iden- strength nuJ sole ordliury kind, nJ ran not l It was not Paul- than the the multitude of Jow .shon the newspaper to accoa ip isb the same end In every recent year, eamo next to tho sen at nil, but It took several days' man- rompttiton with ntinaptut powders. KolJonly la weight United States, supplying 20,0X1,000 bushels. euvering to get him out of jail without giv- rani. alum or KoyalIUkino Powdxi rTrade Gsze ' Russia and Canada provided about 7,000,000 ing up the reul culprit Meanwhile, he was 106 Wall Citrrct. New York The Box Betrayed Him. bushels each, and Austria and Germany thrust into a filthy underground dungeon, together sent a like quantity, while a few where ho con U acted tho disease which ociet vouth recently A Cnicaco (ended church with a vrninii Udy on whom other countries furnished small quantities. afterward gavo him u much trouble and LOULSSCIILEtiEL, A v Amcncnn engineer, who hits made tho pain, and for at'me puzzled the doctors he wa particularly weet When the consubject a special study on the spot, has calThe Hopes had n cargo for England nnd tribution box started out on its rounds ihe culated that tho Chinese wall lias contents thence turned her prow towaril America. young man took a $o gold piece out of his of eighteen million cubic motors 0,;C10 mill- It was shortly after leaving England that Itllll.MOMl. KKXTlllil. ion cubic feet). Paulson's malady began to anm-aTno pecket and displayed it in fitch a way that Great Pyramid isTho cubic contents of tho first point of only 241,'JOO meters. Tho attack waj in thi head In Photographs in all styles and sizos. the young lady saw it Sbe mildly rebiiK material used in the construction cf the several place on tho scalp under tho hair td him for bis ex ravtwnnce, but be eaid be Chinese Wall would bo sufficient to build a ljmps appeared about the size uf u pea Pictures in India Ink Crayon and wall tho globe l.s meter (six feet) There was nothing about them to make Water Colors. e'pjcially high, round 0 often coutribu'ed that mu-and 0 meter (two fecti thick The an old salt, who had been used to every t rerr lo New ilpslni In Vex an sal Mm Witchiou bis sumo authority estimates ttie cost of tho kind of worry, nnxious or compluining. ft when in atr4re churches (201 It chance he slipped the colJ coin iulo his Chinese Wall to bo equul to the railway was only when the small lumps presented Prices themselves on his neck und were noticed by pocket and slyly l.. K u a snver quarter, mileage of the United States i P.K000 mile-- ). The stupendous was constructed in one of tho ship officers that he had any which he as slyly dropped into tne box tho comparativelywork short period of twenty thing to sny about them. Tho medicine Notice of ! Trus fixed the when it rescried him. W ill uIhiun 1iivo on Iiaiitl u Iurco mill nvIp( Iliit of I'tirnl. book was pulled out and hunted through years. for information, with the usual result of nn AccoiiDtxo to tho statistician of tho Agriturn and I'lHlertivlior'w iiimn. My prlcrM will i on the ynunc lady tt Mtich tlitt her btjau giving misinformation. It was divided that 1110 a trial and 3011 The ur.clrilk'cril. John Karl Jnhn Kochr, Cbss KmmIh mil botitclK lu flic cIIIcr. was geoerou', and neld ihe clinch in hitrh cultural Department at Washington, the 1'tillllp Autool inJ ulll value of the dairy product of tho country his blood was bad and hud given rise to KdujI'D, Adam ooiitlnced (hat I hi11 lutrcr than (liu lutrt'Nt. SI- - Kuhr hare wsorUifl tocftbrr At the clo'e nt ttie ervice, esteem this year is fH,KO,m) The number o'f the little lumps Paulsen was therefore C lircome lucorporit'd utnler thrinslTM atnislTle to the name thecustom ot the enure1!, the amount in milch cows uow in use for dairy purposes is physicked and dieted down to n shadow of the (SerinM) KTanjciic Luthrraa Ktuanual of Otleuhelm. Lincoln couotjr, The total was 21,000,000. Calculating that each of these Hut tho smaller he grew in physique tho the box was miiioiirred. iu principal plaw uf liansaclini Lusl-gives 330 gallons of milk per year, there is more numerous becamo the bumps aud the m will lie Oiunhfliu, Lincoln coutitT. Ky 53.75. The young man has had no busiDR. W. H. PENNY, annual milk yield of 7.33i.u,uo0giillous, of lurger they grew mid the furthor they 2. Ttir nature of ttie kuiluM lo t trauActel Is i) i.s ri ST. ness in the immediate niighbcrhood of the which about 4,U 0,000,0)0 gallons h con- spreud over his body toorgatilte, eitalillih ami maintain a Christian Hoforo tho vessel arrived in New York Church of the Lutheran Congrrgailon of thw Mlllltoi'it KniltlK'lc youog lady's hoii'e sii c j that eventful evening.-- sumed in making butter and TUO.ooo.OOO galwork of 01 as It Is lai.l down ant many of tho swellings had grown to tho prolm'DK-thlons in cheese making. Tho quantity of butChicago National. rxplatnni Id thesrmtollc bonk' of I'onronl. 1M0, size of a largo plum and hud become tho ter produced is estimated to bo about clall7 In the enUnj-- 1 Autiur CoofoMloo Ttie flesh be- and the sinallrr CatecMstu ot Luther, and a Mbwl pounds, uud of choose 0,.VO,000 seat of an active mtlauiution A fientleimn recently returned from came hot near the swellings, which assumed House and OmMerr. pounds. Washington says he wra surprised at the sumed at The butter Is almost entirely con- a bright rod hue nnd were etremelv pain3. rhe amount uf rapltsl at,.ck Mock shall not home, but tho cheese shipments dlTlded nor more than ful. Tho distribution of the swellings over txilfsstnan J01 each, aud shall l l,imo, In men Mrs Cleveland, in whom he expect s'zs of 1 last year to the Unglish market umouuted Into snare-so- t pld the body was of such a nature that Paulsen Installments as the oitrers cf the church iust died to see one of those dance me on your to over SVWO.OiO iwuuds was unable to rest at oUso except when rect. 1. The corporation shall on the 1st knee my darling little women, hut instead standing. Tho jwln was so intense and daj of feptunter, H7, atd eouuutn. ou the 1st FARM FINDINGS. urmlcate found her of such dignified proportions thero were so many painful lumps that ilaf of r, 1J.I7. When jwisoned with ivy look alwut for n Paulsen at length made a dash ono dv for i. Theaflalraof this ooriora'lon shall he ion- - OlCue on Ijinrasier street, r ext door t Iuti that the attempt would involve a physic 1 a cashier, who uoi Jot'f(L oftce. oacu hours iroiu S tuli plantain leaf, bruiso it and apply. It relieves the side of the ship.with the intention of ducteltoby a mlnlslrr, ex.otUelo trustees, and two other trustees, feat of which Orover ia hardly capable. He some peoplo. . et A SPECIFIC TOR finding, beneath tho heaving bosom of tho shall shall be elected, first, on the 1st Halurdar In u.and to 5 r. M. Anesthetics admlnlsl.el who nacnwars sired her up at 170 pounds of good, solid sea, tho jHjaco he could not find in life. ."fpletulxr, 1ST, and thereafter ou the A MiXTUitE of soft soap and carbolic acid inue flesh. Otherwise, "however, the ideal wo is recommended ns a preventive or remedy After his attempt ut suicide ho was closely day In January of each year 6 The hUhcat amount of Indehtrdnrn or lUtill-It- y watched uutil the ship made port hen, man be had pictured in his mind from for the bark louse. to wMoh this corpratloa shall at any Unit whon ho was takon to liellevuo Hospital. A suljtct itself shall IjiSW) AitB rose bugs poisonous! A farmer is newspaper accounts he found embodied in 7. The prlrate property of the iiiemixrs of this Tho house surgeon examined Paulsen and ; reported to have given a quart of them to ,,re..e,l the charming wife of the President. - ("Lou the chickens with the result -- chickens all came to the conclusion that ho was afflicted rnroratlon shall be exempt Iroui lis coroiate deb's. KJcnntjr nil JL after tho manner of Job. only a great deal 6. This corporation sbali bare all the powers, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL died. uville Post. more so. Tho treatment rUhtsand prlYllexM chapter or AdJ the lou'sil'le originates in many eordaneo with this Idea ordered iswas in ac ot the tieneial tilaluttspmriJed (it byTitle, Incor-M of Kentucky, "Kitty ran into Mary Ann and Ice: a cases from cows being kopt crowded to- that Paulsen under thatThere no doubt porated Coin pan Its. rogimen would (orateil Companies. sheet, beddfs smashing things generally gether In low and filthy quarters and fed on - .Joimml soon have been sent to tho It 'J This corporation det(re and Intends to be re Weekly slop or brewers' grains. Mary Aau's new suit was ripped in a dtz-If taken dnrlri; the CHANOK OF I IFK, creat happened that one of the consulting sur telret Into organic union with the (ierican Kran rw suCtrli.k 11 i lav Idid ty."ciid f x All tho ashes, especially wood ashes, geons saw the patient. Ho hud spent a Kellc Lutheran synoil of the relate ot Iowa and One year fur only 8'1-t-lie price of uue l r tti, places and Kitty lay helpless in the roadIkmI XlrjE . T S nMEt," msllnl frrf mure than I about the farm should bo carefully stored numlicr of years in India When In- heard shall be K'oteraol br the resolutions nnd rules ot way. It was all due to bad management safe from Iliiatirtcu) Kkuclitou Co., Atlanta, fia. suue tho ruin, as they ure bencilc iul to that Paulsen hud come from there, and lli.H discipline prrscrtbetl therehr. where the aud are not Inconsistent with the Constitution lav. on the part of Kitty' master" Toe above young fruit trees or in the spring garden. Hy paying us 3t you will rw ire tor n, ytMi o Kentucky he had been in jail in that hut climate, ho your home iwr with the t'uurter-J- ' ur a, tbe Sowing rye for spring pasture K a wise knew at once that it was uo ordinary case sounds as shocking as a police court item, Uttenheuu, Llucjlnro.. Ky , Au M, 1S5T D reprrseiHatlre newssr uf t'm rCmta, I. uxrat-iciui- l L and profitable custom. If only an sto or ofbeils, und on examination pronounced it OTTO Kt fUt.Mlmsts' JOHN tAHL. fur a tartlt fur rereuu.' only anl tin Iwtt but it is in reality only a report of a colli it ririKLIlhUdl It aUM, JOHN KO'III.I! barn-yarbrUhtcst and abliwi tatullr so close to "put in it will a splendid ease of ontozou This iu iu. I uted is a disCilAri. tNOLEN ion during a yacht race, written in the E i servo the tho us a groen bo to rxatu tie a atnpl) do I'HILLIl' ANTON. Hlates Thuse "illiM'-mwcattle food before the ease caused by a worm. In Paulsen's case Mojmo." (ufy of the t'ourler-lournrn dn s.i at t ins iirtiie glish style, with the word "the" omitted pastures are ready. closer iusiection showed the prenenro of from eacti vessel's name. Harper'n b The relatively small size of tho horse's the dwunculus or Oulneti worm. This Qbortust and Qtiiokest Ruutu frum ex stomach io,nt8 to its being very active, and worm when small lwres its way into the ztr. tral KeutuoKy to all Pointa'Nort1.. recent observations seem skin, usually where the liody conies in cui-tiiThere is a fat rtataurauur on S.xtfi av- whereas in other animals the to show that, East, Wflt anil RouthwtMt with tho 111th in winch the worm is stomach forms Fast Line Belwwn enue who insist') tint a h's waiters gastric juii-o- s only when a meal has been It Itnlges in the tissues and thi u grows It reaches tho length of several be fat and slick. "Wh)?' he repeated the taken, in the horso It forms it constantly. lourvitir NtAifaariCticasof' ' linx a liorso coughs after swallowing, feet and tho thickness of a darning needle ' other diy. "Well, I bslieve thtt cus.oiu ino doctor, on the same day that lie fout d and refuse to drink, it Is an indication of by men who havo t ie ep sore throat. ThroUk'h tickets md! lug;je cucknl era are attracted l'o-p- :rt This, with swollen glands of out what win the matter, began tho wrkf l'cv7c !i Mississippi Valloy C:. rallnMd dostlnailun rai i"--1 A pearanceof be ai well fed Beside', tai the neck, Is a precursor of distemiicr. A extermination. Several of tho swellings Kor lull (rti .1.. cll ua ay stent nt I laid broken together and formed abscesses. company, ur wallers are not so irritable as lean or.ee end warm bran mash with one drachm of DY DAYLIGHT UillVl rinui K. li. MOItSU D. A.KKFLtiV, The only euro is to get out each worm e chlorate It.rouqh tho CAS0NS ot NEW RIVER and scroti t i Geti.l'aM Ak,mlt, A'eut, Iras. ure more obliging. My fat waiters hae days, is of potash, dally for a ivtuk or ten Incisions were inndo In the Hesh au alleviating and healing ration. TJ CVirluti,n. h.r ICl.i: A VI UulDflon. " 4UCaMNIES and the DtUE RIDGE, pmlng WHITE done much to advertice my grub."- - ("New tho hue of the whipcord elowitions ju.f-nuII. K. HUNMMiTON' lletolver. Tiikiik must be n limit to tho time of feed-in- g ana oiner summer neiorti ot the Inly secure" to IrnTtUfs Oetural tiiiUts, Uosliutuii,h,y York Sun. pigs, or even old hogs, nil tho corn they Tho head of the worm being found, the par- M'CQhsny Mountains In Virginia. will eat. Old hogs will stand it louger, but asite was wound around a probo that hud ?IKSST SUMH23 CLIMATE IN AISSSICA. A young man in college wrote as full cm In tho end they will breuk down. The dent boon dipped in glue Tho probo lumdlo h) his father: "My dear father. I hn7ti corn is a lighter food than tho Hint, and cuu was then slowly turned and tho woim THE MOST RAPID SERVIGElAflLV ibscrs.tion Car: from Kanalu Falls to Charlotte Brcajt tj Supper) (torn April 1st to Decern only lime being greatly rushed with ny be fed longer, but ground or un ground, nn drawn from Its led. A magnifying glass wns used to facilitate tho removal of tho studies lo eend my love and tell you thai oxclusivo and oxcesslvo feeding of clear threadlike terminations. Tho putuiitre. corn will in time ruin any hog, t v Kver attempted itweti tnKrHji . . n ernal c'l-- I iNU SOLID TRAINS n.'h PULLMAN CARS I wish you would eand me S50." Tho fatti will enduro it longer than others. but some f j siil to take evher, and stood the horrtblo son the Ohl Kite, au.l thlrnijit ar.l heme torture without the tuot t i.nfor' trains le r replied: "My dtr son. -- I have on'y k Tiik must betaken out cf tho Suoli nervu iwl-- j h complaint or tremor .ii:Mtie, Cb:isatl, and Leslrst:r., t: twrfIaMi stptime anil the South, or .li'e the Went ns. ti. hL'KNMlDft, n all .IMs tn t'i pasture early enough in th'j season to allow The surgeon wo'-ke- displayed Is nirely seen time beirg greatlr rushed with my t and ortlitrrnt llienuiite le't r.l tbH train as hpeedily as jssible. TI ci all trunk line. 1Is i1.i umlnsted 77ic halt-vi- l to aeud love and tell you Cat I tare cm it to start up und have n math to cover tho ai.d after an hour's woik twenty worn s hail Jrin'iim. liu mpein ro'Ilri. st ik ei.i-- I 'I'll it Oiil tiuti Vul Known roots and to make a stratum of th soil. been removed from tho larger )i r tlv,s pitruns protuberArftansaw Traveler iciil you 550 " I'nllmttfil Coninrt. It nu be a thin one, to be sure, but it is uu ances. Tho (wtietit iH'g.m to show the weakWafAlHll t'oiion lltket OHUea in ih eouth llotol Still MumiMinr .: addition of vital importuiico. 'you hl llud n,r lime talile. aud Hi kets ,y riivli IlopUtrt5:r" Elji Uajea and wife, of Warsaw, Ind.' know that a meadow will lastGood farmers ening ofiect of the great nertous strain, iimii. ret Miimm and stick to .11 n turn. If many years and operations wero you want to sasu iutii y and base a pltueum i discontinued for tho have given all their properly ti holt longer, and cut a much larger ntnount of time being. He was allowed N1) i; O Mc(.Oi;.MIlK. two three days, when tho sutgeon to rest for Oenetal rs'ueer Aunt. I ouao. three basinets blocks, 10 town lots and a hay if it is never pastured. The again wi nt Cltyllckei At;iils iindOlhcet- t ho crowns lib Proprietor u Dstormiuea ttirs. to work This time tho task was easier, as larija farm, total value 51J0.000 -- to ne fold in tho form of protection to A IlltKNKK, Til Hh Ase, l.om.vll!,i ICy. Connects In simo depst In Washington for of the plants, and in the supplying of tho It. Shall bo Second to no Couutr7 M II lOHkKMK, IW V lie st , Uncllinntl. O of Methodist missions, i'her re tin organic matter of which tho very hay is tho worms wero smnllrr. Tho knife was cau)e Hotel in the Stato in hi --'tirt, used sparingly, and with tho probo woi.ns BALTIMORE, composed. a life interest in their home, with anuui:n-PHILADELPHIA, Appointments, or Attenwero taken away until tho number reached Cows vary In tho kind of food best adaptthirty-five- , NEW YORK. tion to Comfort of of $1,003 and $500, to bs ptid out of ne and made a total of forty live in ed to profitable production as well as In tho two operations Several days later thei o Direct route to their Qnetti prcperiy income of 5o,000 1'hoy ate plain tho quantity they consume The observant was LYNCHBURG, nnother operation performed in peop e who have lived an esonomicil lilt- - and judicious feeder therefoio makes manner Those operations wero kept like up DANVILLE, llawaxe "Sill tie ennseye.l tn end I rum t he t changes In Iwth kind and quantity in dealfree of rharve, Special lcro-nnfrom And all points In latl Oat The number cf breeding seals at tue ing with different cows. In comp inng the been time to tune until nil tho swellings had to CnuiRterrMTrasrlera The liar will examined and explored and tho worms VIRGINIA nnd NORTH CAROLINA, G 00J. sinLlfed itlth the clibleeat finest cows, two distinct practical questions removed. Tho total number extracted was Alaskan fiiheries is reported at 07er rad.laot Lljuori ainl ( Irari ono hundred and twelve. Tho largest ono -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASO- N000. Great trouble ia made by the British may arise, and they must bo differently treated to get answers; first, which cow, or was nine foot in length. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. and American mataudtrs who have ctrrie cows, will be most profitable under certain Tho wounds healed lupldly nftor tho This Mil khz I no portrays Ameri5 2 WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, ofl 50,000 skirja this season. Oily one cal ll.xed mid neceesarily limited conditions of cause of tho jHist had been removed can thought and lift! from ocean to No. 1 Uslly IX KKFKCT JUKK S, 'Si. caro and keeping? and, second, which will in each case Dally. i:x. dun. Paulsen Is mending iu in ten uf those killed is usually secured ocean, is Illicit with iuro high-dnHTaNKOISD, ky. bo most profitable, treated under tho very strength, and will soon be ready to leave literature, nnd can ho Mitel y welMind: host conditions found uduptod to them' Please Bear in tho hospital and go back to his life on the Lie Louisville 7 SO p Jl 6 50 a in comed in any family circle. WALTON BROS. . - Propriotos. Touis are lcnown to bo destructors of po- briny ocean. His lxdy is scarred all over. Arr Islington. I, That our lubicriptlon price I) t pr yar II 00 pm 11 SO a tn " White (Julphur sprlnus li 00 n'u S to a in PRICE 20c. OR S3TYEAB BY MAIL when pall atrlctly in advance anil 52.53 when not tato bugs, It Is reported that quito uu ex- - It looks as if lie had been wrestling with a 40 and had come out second best. " CharlottsTlilelV MIJunct) S 10 pm It so a iu Sample Copy tenslvo traille in them, for this purpose, buzz-sablieol Stage, 'JiuW. KUlit coiuiiiete sets ol fec-to paid. 8 10 pm' .t Richmond pin of current number mailed upon reery Boatlnu ccpailty, including gallery, was at ono time carried on between I'raneu There is nothing, however, to prevont him " Newport riews io in i in 0 33 m ceipt 0 23 cts , back numbers, 15 ct$ 'i. That we do not publish anonymous riter lo .cood attrartlpiu and England, good sized ones commanding from being as strong and as hardy as ho Old I'nint Comfort II to p in 7 00 7 40 pm "Norfolk rit'iiilntii Mat with cither. couts. They were , was before his body becamo the burrow11 not receive poitaje itaiupi for a price of twonty-llvIt 40 p m 8 7:1 p m 3. That we Jo Washington Address kept In gardens, where they proved vory ing plnco for tho Guinea worms. t?dl11r.e'o'nin.nd " Haltliiiiira II V p tu II 2? us lubscriptlon, except to make change. I. a ihr 1.. reme tr It. T. BUSH it SOU, rubli3h9r:, beneficial in keeping off injurious insects. nown ut f,i ijd.i.irhjrs " I'lillaltlpblt :iKiaiL It on am ror.ila 13 cents rates tre I That our aJTertlilng A bCAitciTT of iniit'lilno-Rlio- p labor U T(l 1 lnTSl Snl l.i.cl. ii i" h hi fi tfO a n. " New York Toads always fix uiwii some spot as a homo We hate soil eoml tcr. 130 A: KW Pearl St., VUatraul dai ul V. in sovornl largo inaiiufiictork's line each Insertion, or 81 per inch fir the first a le, an I In every c or hiding place and will nevt r wander far 1: cuuBinjur.. LlllttUbltuUwUt!) J8.50 per month, SJ Ut two months and from It. They may mo located In any do-- 1 whoro contracts for siocmI work aro liolng Urj.ti Tor Tickets, Kai, Iufjnual'oii, etc, uplyut oxucutt:d. Foreign iiiut'lianlcul labor has 1.1.1, 4 for three months. Akult A sired Bhady place by penning them In for UutiCiislnlCs. in most casus to go through u prepdrutory Tlclet oltiieor iitldrfs 6. That notlees of dwtbj are puMlihel tree, but IlielsM. it. Y n fowdays; then they may bo left perfectly II H I HI, 1.1 It, U. '. VI IIII4M. Clnolnnatl,! l& of 5 tents per tUtusiliareharsd!oratthe rate 2d V to 1'roldiCt, l'ss.'r At. free and will always bo found In the uc training to bocomo couiiwtcnt to do w'jjt Ohio. lll'l ou'tvllle, Kr " DU DfucjlHv. roqwlrfd. .. . ' - 1 - I. aM,.). . I it. J, a Wa-.- , 11.00, J375,-000,00- 0, VARIOUS STATISTICS. It Is cstlmnted that tho wealth of the A CASE 0JF ENT0Z0D. fol- Drunkenneu or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by admlnlitering Dr. Haines' Oolden Specific. I'Ell y 219 toI227 W. Joif Orson, 220 W. Market, IOUIMVIIiLJE., ICY. one-thir- d one-thir- d give Those who like to save money should not lull us a trial. 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