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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887093001 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. mtmi VOL. XVI. KINGSHLLE, Under the Cover of Law Alitor of the Ihtkiiok Joci.iai. ) Acoording to a flit ement publlnhed n month and purpnrting tn be rfliciil, of valelng. the result ol the voting in 101 of the 11'.' Mr. Squire, the cmlractor to arch counliea in the HtNte nn the ijne'tlcil of Idn.; Mountain tunnel with brick rtnil cilling a conetitutiornl rnnvention, ll r atone, will ccimntete, lh jiH to that tl e whole number of citizen" enpi act in rhop-Mtntlljo lino i) titled lo vnte In thoce countiee wa 27S.30S, lijen cVuwel frjui K ngi M iiintain Fa and that the riiimher of votta caet in favor lion to Kin.fville, to uk tlW. Oil 1 't. "i( a cjiivention w 102 557, indicating a William I'Vinak the nun wio "a niajoritr in fa. or (if (hut movement I 1' !, shot by Walter (Jren lnt wee fir interferNo retuniH from tho remaining 15 l ing while the l ir ww liriunly whipping Co ll ii lie' having been made public, I have ' wife, U rrpirifij KriDsU1 elter inl i!r endeavored in make nn ftfiua'e of the reon th munil e mit in I In; enure Sm'e, imiiiv for lhal n.w r Toe 'inn t 'i t'i " iu'iii UicxinieUitMit (.Imve meiiilu.ed trgelh A number of I tie ui trtk'tti the ruht tep er whh an olHcial Htntrinenl now before uie f note in iull uf itre tf'iifi ti p it ! Hie votiKC't't fur govt i ior in the wver-a- l frit t'xl .lM' ni re i ii in r.iiin.t fruit couutice ol tint Slate. I!y a cilculatioti whicn will piy ihnu Or tn early lipnn lhn alimpli'iu that the ratio tielter than wheit ami corn f the total immlwr of vole for filling Fiva y in nun ti I to the wholf i uuilier o' legal votera will brtmlr irotti a dUtH'ery wit the 'Mil-I- n the 15 unrepirtt'd coiintire theuuelv ' oul - it King Mumni". wont ami ner the 101 reported criintie, and Curie Warner tb it 'in.l.Tn .SuntUy th.it the re Ho ul the number nf vott fur A i vile everiiiK. iumi -- ncalling n couvenltou to the whole number eullWuo'r oihr.l Uiiwi Wibb'i wif fntitlinj to vole ae Uie auie in Hie 15 ae ol dre in Veb' aitieicel Wirner. in the 101 oouutiei, I Hod the ivhule numatiil out of lolgsl threi la ber of legal vo'ero in the 15 countie to be I'M three Went Ul 100. which added I) 27S 30mke' ae wtioieniniMl will not i'Hlon, t' WJ, IQi ae the total number nf legal voter re on a fn'i rua more in no'ititu Iiim niifit the Suit, and I nud fiat the number of ee ie of notion. than a inlla 'mui th votx gtvtnin the 15 couniie' lor cilling a i( Siuiul Hiui, Ofaiiveiittuii to he IS 1G2 which added to Webb not to the nou a h n v ff cmicil cdi.Ii-tioheri lti'2 557 make a ll i tottl vo v in the State n 'ntor of n convention and in T t aim lc.'rct'ul cmiluot thut our dicate' a m.j rllv Hi it' f vur of 20,015. f r a lone lime piiel lo n ii witn-u- d epec I'heohiect of t ii communication of nisht or nun inn of town iilly, io cill public atlentinu lo the fact that tiitt ani violnlty in a b.olly drunken ilatr. llii' alleged inajority of 2o 015 I ln-up. Toe wni up aal djwn ibroiuh town on s numiitr riO'.f 10m which I am ni'e ie ao 1 m ii: Mn whoipin; an I at leal 71,000 le than ihe trUf total of or nre, uiti uitn j li ny UHi the legal voter in the Kuie and thai in wn n ocA'untl j nrrel or HMiicU djwn H)inl ol fact, upon a lair c tint, there a Toe drunken crod on urnoDj itieuielvei Mond.y in Auu.l li-- l in tlii'( the w c tuip miI of rulru i ler an I oiir must commouwraiti, a oonrtilutiunal m-- j irtir of (iromixnc yoiiii.; tarn Tnee ate wme oi nut le-- e than 10,000 legal voter agtiti't (he eril rtlc;i uf the ile and uultwful calling a ounvrntion. I am perfect'y Tne jwpl tritBc in i i nr on Sindtr more there aru in will ha prooltel to mm law i the; dj not than .i0,OOO legal voter I ground thi thi' bare belief on the L'.H.ceiiMti report for et priteeilon irjai the orfi:r , bea elec eJ lor that purpose. and on ilo'cUrm o' the ouiity According to the cmu A a mu,i old for the j ear TjjSihkp Foil Urn. year ago -- there wete uLen in lsi0-- 7 New Yorku r ceitlf leppil from a road train ia Cnca,i, a hiidoaie younij then :7J 27 voter in tlie.Htate, and surely lair ekipp up to him threw her riu it I not extrniiiHiit or unreasonable to e- hlui timaie iLe incretre ol tho number elnce rpUltuuiT abcut hi' nrek ad "Oi, pipi I aui eo that time al 000, or ebout 570 per annum. fiyini. rainy for lis5, acUd you ba coait'" 1'ne old seutletnati The ret u rile) if tho tmld her cording to llieaudnor' report for that year, threw b)lh rji arm d tier aid firoi'r to tit. breit Sxin e'te looked up how the total number of lepnl volir to ye. be dsOsiil. in'o h face, and hurnr etooi in I am not unmiu iful uf (he oft repe.iUd, lo j i r nit tnr COUNTY A snteftot 3mrfnl STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER fraud CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. HO, 1887. Florence Washing Machine, ocf-Mn- NO. 268. lit COIN MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE L lU, h litUe COUNTY. fc'iiiire Jihn Huuleton, wno ha been very lo with ll ix ti t fever, I lowly con ( To tho !" : of tmrro. ap-pee- Heavy froil fell here Saturday and Sunday night. Mr. lhwen (lover had a very valuable horse to die thin week Klder J. O. Livingston preached at the poor bouse lasl Friday afternoon. The Lincoln County Teicher' Ar.ci ation convere her to niglrf 'tid to in piveuient In Irmt of Mr W O iliiislo'd' residence impiore ii up pearancu Mr William Stuart is pulling up an other very Urge ics house, and when it will bold 100 wai.tia load uf ice, There was. n negro minstrel performance at Sugar drove tniliool-lioil-- e Sit unlay night. A crowd from hero intended Miss. Lou James edited the emi monthly psps' at the Oood Templars lodge lat Tuesday nighi. We have heard ii cuuipliuien'ed a a very creditable ilieet. All the member) of the Iiiptist church areriiUld to be preterit dt the Sihbath echool next Sunday morning, a there is some important businej lo Ik transacted. The College opened last Monday with 20 pupils and the tiumbur increa e daily. Mr. II iwe is assisted by a Mis Thixlen, of LouUyille. The former presides in the chapel, while tho latter has charge of the recitation room and the music department. Your.g Mr. Melvin, a nephew of Mr. J ou Melvin, i very ick al hi boue. Miss Mary Jaum, who live at Kv. J. O. Liv ingsliui', i dangerounly ill with typhi id fever. Mr. John Curtis' little baby i jiiite nick with (he whooping ough at hla lather', Mr Monroe Cutis. Shojse de The two sermon lhat II-limed al the 1'iptist church lat Sunday were excellent and much appreciated by all who heard them. ( lite a number have expressed the wish that he might be engaged a pastor for that church during the coining year. He wo muci liked by eve r j body. Mr. II Jgb Logan and bride have been the gursls of his sister, Mrs. Fdnnie EJraia ton. Mr Ligan was very ricently married to Miss Lucy Divis, of Prairie Home, Mo. Iliry will soon go to housekeeping near S.anfnrd at Mr Logan' old home. His bride i slid lo be higt ly educated, nn ex cellent musician nnd in manrers very charming and attractive. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. William and Miss Cleo pis'ed up to Mt Vernon Monday. Ij lite a number of the bride' old friends were at the depot here to see them. Jennie, who by her sweet disposition has twined herself around jo many hearts in her (.irl hood's home, will b) greatly mied both socially and iu the church, wle.'e she is an earnest and devoted worker. She and her husbind are expected back here Friday, lo spend several days with her fm ily. , Mrs. Henry Jians, formerly of and Miss Nmnle Gilmore, of Somer set, are the guests of Mrs J. H. Hutching. Mrs, Dr John H. Owsley, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs J. K. Cirson. Mrs. Polly Mtddleton, of D.inville, is with her daughter, Mr Kioda Higgins, at Mr. G. II. King'. Mrs. Jael Cooper ha returned home, accompanied by Misi Amanda Hutchinson as far .is St L)ui, who has gone lo visit relative in that city. Mr. Kb Higgin, of Lincaster, spent several days with the old folks at home. Misses Lura and Lsila Doores have returned from Lancaster. Mrs. Laura Moore has been visiting Mrs J W. Guest, at Dinville. Trio new cini-plete- tO-'- pur-pci-- lt iiurxi, biel -- bjf, lr cl nov-ern- ci tl w.n nl "t n I lil dellrr lo regular cuitomsrs la HUnlord I havo bought the right to sell the Florence rnd vlilnltr every morning At Wasblcg Mirrilno ami am now prepared to furnish all who wlah to site their clothes frjv the Mr. Diniel Mullins win hai been sick nibbing uiiy tearing incident to Uie old pr Two Centra ani Take one fur the In'! two week with tvphnid fever, wmhlng. worry you anl try It ami lo convinced. Acconntsdue at tho close of each month or I'll not bout buying unless yon are when customer quits. lully tatlitiedaa to Its merits. died Suiidiy morning tr. '. Kt.ICtK, if isa it The mil I. room serson has opened and Head inarttrs at c.b. Myers' store. thrxe who are fond of thai dih are enjoying theuiMilvi'S, Dog attacked Mr. Di7e Hendsrson's lamdatly op'nlng an elegant line of Kprln; and duuiuitr Millinery, Including all h'ep Sunday and killed four very fine one Tt'e cinirie population should be IvY. The Latest Novelties of the Season. reduced Has r"hi ivet n w it lln? ppo. bn Alo Notions, such as Handkerchlsfs. O lr r ever shetill. J White, who ha ilte the pit itj sin t Is ut tnun ever preinr- - and Cutts, Uuclilutf, Corsets, Buttles, etc.Collars Yo'i rittl nne til ires "ll. Hud meat the rooms lauly vacated by Bulwith a partner late'y opened a general etore e J to a" jiu'ii l it tn pu'li from I'no:uraphs to Hjtlslactlin guar let .1 Warren, next door to tho Myeri Houso. l2-2rin nur village, had an ircjuiry a few days lewd. since fnr moxj'iito bir. He informed the Wit, AVRES. J IS. ll. GIVE 13, person that they had none but ho could totary Public find them at the drug store AND Miss Adah Croucher is visiting Lex ! lugton. 11 A. Welch ha returned from a 3ll Fifth Street ItaTln rented the stable on Depot atreet, I am trip to New Albiny. J. T. Adams, of Garto train and break horses on reasouat le rard, i vi'iliug his children here. Mr. M. prepared County Court day trade solicited. ICY. terms. t Mi. V.I JfcJ'fl., A MtMif C. Williams acd wife have returned from (las-lyRooms I an I 5, rrorale Bluk Stanfoid, Ky. Louisvillu and taken rooms at D. N . Wi- uiugnier cf I. C Miller. ged six, died Tueilay morning of typhoid LAKEIGE n t I frVer Per Found. no .. ii0'OGifijLiji:E:ie, I.L.VIIiLE, r llf-si r E. H. FOX, u ilate iiiiiut.in. Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE i.J.l AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUISVIIjLiE, .i lliam' pi-t- drnplaint PEARSON & CLARK, is being uuJa by the citi bly. f,Hht. lt Ikv, - n. lOjlJ w. roi, i, hlltru di lt bat ril 15 aft3ra lJ, tbeSinke neighbiraood on account of drunRennesa and disorderly conduct of F . B. RILEY, Proprlotor. ome of their neighbors. They can very easily quiet matter by making eflidavits TlioroiiKlily ltciioiilril anil Itrlur-iiImIic12 !te 11 "West IVIaln before our county judge, agaimt those lliroiiEliout. rirsLclimn Fare whom it i alleged ere engaged in the nml runsoiinlito prlrcs. liny mul nlulit laliiHiirc liquor traffic in that neighborhood as well Iiopuliir met by iolilc I'orlorNortliN llftiiHi. 207.0m. as inform ngaint tho-- e who break the MT VERNON, KY. peace or disturb their neighbor. The negro Martin Dixon, who was Hotel la still main This old and JItlXST., HICIIJtO.MI.KV given 110 day on the street for stealing Mrs. Ulnlog its Qne reputation. Charges reasonable 6rwl8ll,t,onUon tu,h8,raT,llng publlc- Frye' pistol, did not appreciate the good Pro'r,, treatment given him by Arnold, who Mt. Vernon kr or a good Table went on a visit Siturday and remained And cleansed well furnished rooms, this Uolel J NO. !. PKRKIMS. R S. MABTIM. has no superior. Good fample rooms attache!. The darkey wa? left in over Sunday. y MTKatf s li 00 per day. BaooiiEAD, KV., May. 1S7. charge of Mr Houk Saturday. Dixon Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol he change In firm name hrokeinto the jiiler's house and stole a to pistol therefrom which will likely bs the MAUTIX A cause of bis piyitig a year's visit to FrankTne new firm hops not only to sustain the repfort While at Livingston a few months utation of tbeold, but Intendr to make many Improvements In the manufacture ol tobacco which ( Oil. 2.D A JKfn KbOX MS , sinco he stole a six shooter. will be to the Interest ot our custonws. We will Bit-gedevotespeclal attrntlon to our Natural Leaf brands Excitement Oveii Low Prices of Kentucky's best leaf Tbanktn you for past - - cents up. line of dress goods in town favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, Respectfully your.. we remain, Gingham, all styler; calicos 5 to G centr; ,TACK?oTOK.OTOE':WiolesaleGrocerS LEXINGTON, KY. 203-6- Street. WILLIS HOUSE, well-kno- J. B. "WILLIS, Proprietor, 201-l- THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, PEKKIXH. et S tlinnel, linseys and bhnketf; hosiery; boots LOUISVILLE, KY., VAX I I.IOXM, Prop. 5 Cm JIAitTIA Aj VEKKIXB. tiin, klid 1 airor hough gratuitous, chaig' that our free hnrel( from tii emir ic old jt'it'emin. hjldte. mr a jr hate ratiy i x iggeraird the number of imhted thi dui.n'er, I gal voter for ibeir own prod'. This tightly: "yiu ar in' lon'-b- it and I ui tutu t in mf charge reta upon a mere suspicion, and yju The When the the Mipicion re'i upon a fa!ehood. I da 1 a ptlicisiti" aroi till upicinn i that lt.ee officer, though seo'.licer cttus and foun i the old k'ent'etu in'' e diaaund pin In the ciri' hand, he "aid: lected bv their fellow cit z ns for their J integrity and time for the position, '' Taak a new trick here, "Ii i ''" ( ler have been, all of them, base enough to iel theo'd Kiitleaim ' Well. u' make tlctitiuus and fal.e return of vole old in New York." wki fjr the ike of pocketing 15 cenls for each A fall of thecirn condition fr ui t'i per fritido prirticed iu violation nf their ofcent In July to M 'i per cent In Auuit a ficial oaths, and the falsehood i that ibey interpreted b the l)pinment ol Agricul have in thnt war defrauded 'the Slate or t ire to uiMn riliiUDM of field auilliilt-in- ciutd have dune o, the fact biing that they la Septewher to 330 million b nbel were not entitled to receive and have not a further reduction to 7 t A ii reported, and received any compensation whatever for lir the neceai.ry nmlnr of the fu't ci'cu-Utio- n A moment' ritlrcliou listing legil voter thi' would qi an a fdrtber lo- -' o' oughtticoririi.ee anr ra'iinal ma'i that 1'ne todil rlucliuti II million buihel owing to the fieij nn' change of Uca- -t U nhown to be "J I 7 frjin the Julr aT.Mto on undi! br msnv voter, si 11 hi unTli!i depiriuiiiit rallied the Ju'r enndi i' n married michanirs at.d firm band who on the acret(e rrpjrted at 2 000 000 000 are nut housekeeper, it i' next to impo'eU buthele. Therefore, if we deduct 'J I 7 per ble ft r an ass( r to obtain an absolutely ien' from thnt anioun', or I'.M milliaii', we complete list o' them, however faithfully tet atthe uieanuik; of the deptrtuiem'K he uny 'ry, and that const i'ihiiIt his I 500 million bii'hil." dericit far more likely to shuve I author tx(ilaiiM tne A thnn a nrplus cf such persons. It may be imwui' i a c i ielt an I a tlirt. A cji le'te, further rematked in refutation of thi he thluke, U a cold, cruel bul7. wh i f chirge that there is not ii alien ll or ex sher-i- d men (or the mere ylorj of ciihj te.l, that lie inthetitate who will not while the llirl U an honeu girl w.io make has invariably found n greater number of henelf ai;rdeible with a view to a pn-llil- e legtl voters omitted by the assessor than he courtuhip. The prule iayi Nj woei me ha of persons improperly listed ns resiniy i Yji wiei h dent of hi county. uiam Ye'j I'll o Hut the real objection on Ihe put of the iuean No; b ll la in ilet .in i retiied llirt ey naiilnr N u ir Yei, b.it lciik and revolutionists to having the number of lt MDi'lei HWe'.ly. at ui l ' i a ti ir: ' I'er gil voter ascrtninel by the assessor wa hip i yo i cm win ray I iva " It I r.uilt -- not (hat they doubted the honeMy of those in; to He p'liloi pier' turning their atie i officer, but they feared thev were too lion lion to ihe-i- importint aiibiecH. eat to answer revolutionary purposes They want an exhibition of tint clean To Cure a Srv. What h termed i my didn't truth ou thats.lbject, nor anything approx become painful in y and aciuetiwee doe imating it. Tne problem wild which lhy and annoying. It may be remedied by the wrestling was bow lo evade a plain re following application: I'ut a teapoonful were (julremeut of the cinstitiiMou and at the of aoda in a xmall bit, pour on it put to comply with it, And eiough Inilloj; water lo uiolnten it, then eame time eeeoi cogitations and c medikeep it on as a result of their pit it on the otu pretty wtrm, tations we have the extremely cunning stat hll uight and ia the moraing, uirst likely, the lat session the ety will be k'onr: if not a eecoad appli- utory contrivance pised at for taking the yote on the convention quescation is aiire tn raoinre it. tion and ascertaining the number ol iiua i ReTeral weeki axo a young farmer llvu r 6el voters a law intentionally shaped so in this r.inntr, after haying gatherel a as to render a full return of such qualified Uin.itr of tomatoc, waaSed hla barn's voters impossible. This law, we are in with eoap and water, and then dampened formed by 8im Burdett, who makes it a lila hair with tome of the eame water, when ground of eulogy emanate! from the fer hla hair, the natural color nf which in light tile brain of the distinguished statesman, brawn, turned a beautiful auburn and at ill who from the speaker' eland on a certain Frankfort Kounda. occasion made that famous exclamation, remain that color. bout. "Oh I'm afraid of that d- -n gambling bit 1" In a Pitteburg theatre, the other night a It is not surprising that one feeling auch clt zen arose in hi eett nd violently hurl- alliectionate solicitude for the right cf be eslected to invent a ed a potato nl a dude who was examining gumblors should and framed, as this one i through an opera law faihioned hi (the clt'z'n'e) wie upon three card.monte principle. They glw; anil there ipon 300 nr tOOpeHoniTig' picked the right mn. J. B applauded the liuband. Lincoln Co, Sept., 1S7. trou-l- y "Ye I "i)i,ui' pa," irini a hr u ae. tti riit y, Din-ville- up-po- 'etrtl 1 CN.sTMti.tUM3 What is that which has it root upwards and grow downwan " A cow' tail. What is the diflerence between a sailor and a beer drinkei? Oae pnti hi sail up, dltl-reno- s itn -- Ihe other puts his ale down. What part of a fish is like the end of a stort? The tin is (Snis ) When you stole my first I lost my but I hope you will always posses my whole. Heartsease. What fool is thnt which ha no tote? The foot of a bill. What band id that which lamo buckle? A band of eoldierr. tec-on- New government enve'opes, it is plated, envelope have been issued. '1 he one-ceis blue in color, the two cent green, the t Milori four cent carmine, tho blue, the ten cent chocolate, the thirty-cen- t purple. Hismark brown and the ninety-cen- t stamps are The ten, thirty and uinety-cen- t not to be changed. The dies for the new have been completed. Nor.e of the old designs will be issued after this month, nougli being made from nov on to supply the intervaU of South Carolina Gov. Hchards.iu stopped al Washington on his way home He had never visited from Philadelphia. the capital bn'ore. He speaks highly of the hospitality of Pniladelphia, but saye he was constantly greeted with this question: "What did the Governor of North C.rolina say tojou just now? ' Wherever ho went he was annoyed by this signlGcant in quiry, until in despair he seriously thought of buying chestnut bell. nt five-cende-eig- and shoes in large quantltier; men's, boys' and l.idi"' bate; a splendid full line of clolhiiu.; men's suits S3 50 up; boas' suite J;!50to;S A good assortment of bard-warstove, tinware, sugar, collie and gro ceries generally; in fact a full house at prices that wilt eurprtre the natives Come iu and see how low you can buy goods. We have the goods and are going to Bell them. Look to your interests and save money. L. B. Adam-- , Mt. Vernon. 2t The next invention to be brought out by our friend J. W. Mullins, of London, will probably be.i patent machine of the automaton order, that can be placed in offices, stores and railroad depots and which will be able to answer all queitions propounded by an inquiring public on any subject broached without stowing any ill temper, even if aked anything resembling chestnuts, such as Ii it warm enough for you'' Do you think it will raib? Have you paper handi? What lime is the ten o'clock train due? Are you busy? "There's millions in it," for him if he accomplishes hi undertaking to bring out a machine lhat will 611 an "extended perceivable deure." An unexpected but grand deer chafe wa had last Sunday at 1'iney Branch, a few mile this side of Livingston. Mr. Lee Arnold heard the baying of hounds for some time scro'8 the mountains and thinking to join in a fox chase saddled his horse. He had scarcely mounted his hoiee when a Urge buck came galloping down the road towards him, turned oil and running across tho creek into another mountain. Fresh hounds were put into the chase and after a half hour's run the deer returned over the same track and was shot at and wounded old boy. The by Bib Payne, a dogs soon came up and caught the deer but could not hold it Mr. Arnold caught it by the horns and after a severe unit danger ous tusel managed to get one prenj of the animal'd horns through the crack of a plank fence, when one of the neighbors cut its throat. Another deer wrs seen with the ono killed a short distance from Mr; Arnold's, which turned back towards Sarg's Creek from whence it is suppcsid they were chased by the dogi. r Stroot Cars paas tho Hotol for all Dopots, The Exposition, Race H Courso, and all placoi of intorost. Special ratos to Merchants and Commercial Mon. DIM.S.IIUIIDETT, lias bad an experience ol over fifteen his auccessfitlly treated hundrels of cial attention Is given to the treatment eases cf the eyes. Name and address cured given on application tf desired. $.y OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KY. iyeirs, and cases Speof all disol patients 220-G- ItA.1Ey. SM.OO 1J2U DAY. NOTICE. To tho Citizon of Linooln County:! a G i AITTEH' CHICKEN the town ot Staufjrd teat Vf8 n Mill to, of tljur, Wo tlUa 4 the cltlions ol thecounty should have coUuy pride enough to ratrooue and sustain the uis iVe wish to Inform whom It may concern, that we are In tbe market to buy your wheat and corn and will al- - . ways give the highest mirket price lor same. Wo rave added some new machinery to our corn meal department and cin now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be itialed by any other Mill in We solUit a trial in our Uiur and this vicinity meal department. All biting grain In our line lor sale will pieise call at Mill, where our ,rent can be found al all times, who will rUb the diesi ' prices tor same. Branlaid ship stud always In 'naRoVer itl Mill In Cholera Cure ! s NX;, ., II'. .V. Stanford Usller Mill Co. J'Oirs. Suv't. Notloe of Amoudmont Articles of Incorporation. TheunJerslKnedamsnd tbe articles of imorjior-atlo- n of the Stanford Holler Mill Company, adopted Fob 17, I5S7, anl on that day tiled for resord in iheClerl's oifice of Lincoln county, Ey , as follows.- -EHFl-SSScre- - debt exceeding twenty lx thousand six hundred and fifty dollar,. (243-IW.H. WELCH, (,. A.I.ACKKV. S. H. SHANKS, H. H. WITHinW, I. The Capital Stock ot said Company shall be forty thousand dollars. II. The corporation shall at no time incur a foijejTusheid. r va vi stek I'lircIiasiiifjJAgeiicy MI8S SALLIE HARRISON, Formerlvol ! T h o u b .i n d s of dollars worth of chti kens die every ear from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively ewes it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guarof anteed. If, after ushv; tv a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and vour money will be refunded. 50-cen- For sale by Mc Roberts A atap,, Stanford. fetanford, ha opened a I'urchmlnj Aconcy In Clrclnnatl. acd all ordnri to her at U7 West Mhstrwt, will recelrp personal and prompt attention. She will make a specialty of Dress Goods, but will recede ordrs far Furniture, Carpets and in fact everyihlu,-- one could wish. The of the Itdles ol this section especially L.&N. I w"c"J' " Louisville & -- Lt tho)e Kentucky Democrats who favor the Iilair Educational Bill take a view if what is going on in Ohio and Kansas over CENTRAL UNIVERSITY the race question in public echoole, and RICHMOND. KY. then Btoti nnd think a little, l'aes the Ailviiti'.acrs. Full r.irult), l.em IVpirt. f Mil llpillhy liriitlon In lliolicirtif Illair Bill and we will have the same thinif !'iil llliiollru.. rem ti llnfliicdninl ho.pitablert mniiin-Ily- . SIimIcmih wtto'ii-pin Kentucky acd every other Southern tliflti emu .'., fr nn i itcii. l s.'io. Attendanr xT.rssiOk oeri rer. ll, lv,: y rfnlliiif .rnntl nund lit.ilo?in, State brfore we get our share cf the swat-- . trpiyto L. H. BLANTON, D. D Chancellor. I Louisville Time. l HIE HRIiT- - Nashville it. R. THROUGH TRUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST TVITH to inx lt Pullman Palace Sleepers, LottfHville (n NiiNhillle, As an old lady patted our druggist on the back ehe mid: "Ganter's Chicken Cboleta Cure ia all you recommend it to be. It improved my young chickens thfy've never had gapes since I lirat gave it to them and auch a thing as cholera is un known among them " Sold by McRoberts AStegg. Not an editor has been mangled by a this year. Trains may railroad smash-ugo tbroujh weak bridges, Into open switch es and over embankment, but so long as commerce law remains inthe inter-Stattact tbe editors will also, e ARBUCKLES' namo on a packago of COFFEE guarantoe of oxcollouco i a Atliinta, Aleiiipliii, ARIOSA storos from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. AIoii(Kiier3, Little Rock, Mobile autt eu OrleauN. Unly one change to points in ' COFFEE is kept la all ftrst-ola- ss t '" "" A conductor on an Austin street car eaid ''fare ' to a negress who whs blacker than the ace of spades and the smile she smole caused her head to appear as if it had been cut oil except a email strip at the back of the neck. -- Texas Sifting. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Peeking homes on the line ot this road will receive Seo Agents ot thi Company lor rates, routta Ac., or write C. P. ATMOP.E, P.AT.A., -- COFFEE is novor Rood when oxposed to tho nlr. Always buy thisbrand in hermetieally soaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. special rites. (. Louisville, Ky. nmumnmiHrmiw Smm-8MccI.Ii! MRCKvmmmrHfrawM MKWMtHtfW iwiin wrw im UARRAfW COUNTY DEPARTMENT, MARRIAGES. fc Lancaster. Christopher Miirphy and Miss Sarnie hundred and twelve new rM-- a of C Price claims the largest potato of Crutcoer were married on llio 29th. and C3 deaths occurred in cholera the year, 17 ounces Christopher Davis and Mrs. Sallio September 30, 1887 Tuesday. Stanford, Ky., -- 0.1 Monday, Kibert Hamilton, our Chinn were married yesterday at James The Mexican tawna (Jurrn and Mier, Wo tlolrelu en I )ui atiitl n to i.ur firth mi'l town marshal, bought the Eitis property Chambers'. uear the Kto Grande, Ion 250 house by for $1 100. Mr. W. L Adams ard Mrs Keltie DaW. P. WALTON. the ofeilhwing of two river. Oo Monday, couuty court day, some vis, n young wrdow, wero united at Peter A train on the Mahlle & Ojio jump villain stole a set of harness til the horse of Kennedy's yesterday. aiamlnelt a well a. Ol oviry description, which wo kccji conitantly on I anJ aul t jui to cr""1 .10 p.sien-ger- s echool od the track near Jackson and NEanocl.lldrert invaded a wtnte John K. West. This do settle il. Mr G W. Taylor and Miss Maggie, were more or less seriously hurt. fc The county judge refused W 8. Miller daughter of Mr. B N C. Allen, were mar at Fort Scott, Kanas, to the number of 50 In Matagorda county, Texas, in a tight and demsnded the nine rights an the license This leaves us with only one sa- ried at his residence yesterday. between a mob of negroes and a pose of Which bo retail home can comptto with. While you ie lcuklflR irounO, wo will show you Hi he teac.er closed the building Flavius J. Valenli. of the Bowling whites. loon; and now if the proprietor of that one negroes were killed. cMldrea were on white, four of the will not raise the price of drinks all will be Green Democrut, and Mis Annie Branham, fortheilur nd the negro President Cleveland his pudoned 7 hand aain the next day, when their par-e- n well, but if he should, then a howl will be of Louisville, will be married next Wedof manslaughWe (reagent, for, tho licit In llio in.rket, alto the to compel the men convicted in Arkanns In sued out a mandamus nesday. raised, republican ter, who claim that they acted in I am glad to see that John W. Corley WeougratulateElilor II H. Ur-l- z, teacher to take them. The IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOH, indRe denied the petition and the negroes The general tenor of the dispatches has been made president of the T. P, A. in of the Lexington Gazette, who has just won Heating suit Oxk In new and no-ami th finest thing have taken the cape to the court of appeal?, from the tobacco-growindis'ricls of Vir- Louisville John is a goo i man and the a wife in the person of Miss Nellie Irwin, Horarthlnj run I'ltuottit! moil (ViiUMloui Iu IioUiof the klml In use. atnl our linoly of llrstluu Store, to In Stotcs, we rlcta ntil make, .ac., nl Il would be well to remember that Fort ginia is that frost has c.ui-econsiderable drummers have shown their uual discern of Fulton, Ma May they live long and be we wlh lo show yen .oiuflhlnitetrpllriit. Ul tours w kwp l.line, Ouient, Hilt, wbru yuu In fact are in thrro ) iKsrcvly anything we hTn't not trmt anything near ur lln. Come In Scott in decidedly republican and that damage. Very truly, ment by selecting him as president. Long happy. town and woiball bo ilelulitt-t- l to make It ploaisnt lor you while the would like lo have mixed ECU Mrs John Eldridjje, the wife of a prom may you wave, John. - Abe Minks, of Lincoln county, and schools reed on the Southern people, they inent citizen of Konceverte, W. Va., was The town was full of rn'iles on Mon- Miss Annie Breeding of Highland, Kan want none of it in their. murdered in cold blood br Bome unknown day and very few were sold owing to the si, formerly of this place, were married at ditlerence between the buyers and sellers' the St. James Hotel, Cincinnati.- - Tarae-vill- e villian. row in Cleveland continues to The $50,000,000 100 year mortgage of George Robinson bought a lot at prices News and his wise and conservative adfavor the Central railroad, of New Jersey, to the ranging from $35 to $50. Toere were othJohn W. Silluian,Sr., and Mrs. Eph-riaministration is approved even by his honest Central Trust compiny, of New York, has er buyers, but many were left unsold. Horlon, of Paris, were married Wedenemies. In an interview the other day We have a bid from the Forest City nesday. This Is the groom's fourth marexpressed the prevailing been filed. Mr. Carlisle but The plu. tobicco department of P. Drilling Company to bore our well. Tney riage and the bride's second. He is SO Bjntimcnt when he said: "There can be no Lirillard & Co's. tobacco manuf ictory has agree to bne 1,000 feet for $l,S5l). This years of sg and she 05. question that Mr. Cleveland will be the shut down aud 3,000 hanJs are thrown out will get water. Water is what we want. The marriage of Mr. James W. Bibb democratic candidate for President next of employment. Shall we mako a strong pull and have the to Mi" Maggie, daughter of Mr. William is but little prealer doubt year, and there Scott county voted by S00 majority to hole bored? Wnat say you, fellow citizjnt? Bick, was consummated Wednu-da- y night that he will be elected. I have jet to meet subscribe '$100,000 towards the capital -- B. M. Burdett, wife and Mis Mollie Rev. A. S. Moflett officiating. Immediate the demrcrat of any prominence or influ& Burden leave on Tuesday for Killarney, stock of the Fnnkfort, Georgetown It afterward the couple with their friends ence in the party who is opposed to himf Puis railroad. Florida. Killarney is a new town, name! repaired to Mr. Richard Bibb's, where an Toey are practically unanimous iu his supOicar Neebj, the Chicago anarchist and owned by Col. Burdett It is in Or- elegant supper and a royal good lime port." not included in the death sentence, was ange county, is situated on two lake aud awaited them The contracting parties are 8am Jones, who is always trying to t;et taken to Joliet penitentiary lo beiia his is in the mot healthy pirt of the State. quiteyoung, but fully old enough to ,R1' ofl'BomethiiiB smart, as ho think', ia qioted term of sentence. and their friends unite Tit j railroads run trough the town, making care of them-elve- s asBjyinR that while he is a democrat, he Oferk$10 000 worth of silk, laces and a junction. Lots are for s.alo cheap and in hoping their union may prove a h py always votis the prohibition ticket, solely fine dress goods were eeizsd at the New purchasers are wanted one in every re'pect They had been sew-e- d because prohibitory laws can only be en- York custom-houOoe of thoe alleged sportsmen of RELIOWUS. inidegooda of inferior value. forced by officers in eymtnthy with it and whom I made mention in a former letter, OF- bterpizzlinR police judge or a advertises a round-triTnejMonon Kou'e adds: "A Rev. .S. Moflett will preach in the became oflended at my remarks anil waited h. Mr. upon me loaded down with weapons of all Presbyterian church at MeKinney next whisky faced Governor cannot be relied on rate of $G to Chicigo on the I Cleveland will ba there on lhe5'.har.d there kinds. He ordered me to say that there Sabbath at to back up temperance regulations. v. M. claim to be a mugwump in pDlilics. The will be numerous other attraction'. Elder 'J. S Sweeney' meeting at were only three of the party, who killed Another-mahas been asisjinated in the eix little iquirrels intend of four. I Fieming-bur- g difference between myself anil radical dem is well attended and has hi d He was cheerfully make the correction and am 21 additions. -- Paris KentucVim. ccrats and republicans is that I am a muz-wuRill county T. II Monroe. and they are juewumps " epsnding the night at John Myers' and the ready to say they killed eixty instead of During the year the membership cf naui6 of the murderer is not known. idx if the aforesaid alleged sportsman so the Cumberland River Aseosiation increasThe Industrial Convention which meet weavers have with- desire, ed II 5 running the total up to 1,612. Thrre in Louisville ntxt Tuesday and lasts till drawn from the Knigh's of Labor in Louis Mre. C W. Sweeney and Misses Kate are 1 1 cburche'Iin'the association. Thurtday promises to be largely attended work, after two months Wal ien and F.ennie Wet are delegates to Tne average nttenilancf at the Double husine-f- l men of the ville and resumed by the the Stato convention of the Women's Chris Spring Sundov-schoat Waynsburg is papers lo of self enforced idlenees, at the old pay. State. Tne programme includes COK.Vi.ltFrench Lick Springs, Orange county, tian Temperance Tjioo, which meets at 122scholtrs. Superintendent K. B. Caldbe read by numerous distinguished men y. Indiana, have been (purchased from the Ltxington W. H. Harris, of Cov- - well, Jr. isfullT aliTe to to the work and and the occasiou promiees to ba the starting owners, Wells & Andrew, by a syndicate of ington, is at home to see hi parents. W never allows the interest to ihi;. point of a new era in Kentucky. The rail Louisville capitalists for $200,000 cash. G Smith and famil, of Coattanooga, are Re7. Sam Small and family have roidB will pare delegates at one fare for the A Chinese transport was wrecked on visiting friends and relatives here. John reached Washington, where they Inttpd to trip and the merchants and citizens round one of the Pescadores islandr. Three hun E. Storms and wife returned from their make a home. Small says he shall try to will see that they are properly cared for in dred soldiers and the captain and crew, with bridal tour on Wednesday and are now at "revive" a large number cf Congremen the city and tender them a barquet at the the exception of one man, were drowned. the reudence of C. C. Storms, the father of before the coming season is ended. close af the conference. The knights of labor of Washington the groom. John II. Woodcock went to Brother Munnell, of the Louisville The New York democratic convention City has assessed its members 10 cents each Somerset to see Slls Brothers' circus, so Democrat, belieyet in muscular religion was a most harmonious assembly, all the to aid Thobe in his contest for Carlisle's the Sei says. Captain M Salter, of Pu- Oae of his members did not do to suit him nominations being made by acclamation, eeat. They had better hold on to their laski, is "pirouetting" around town. Col. the other night and he grabbed him by the Fred Cook was renominated for Secretary money. Charlea Gallagher went to Cincinnati yes- collar and made for the door with him. Mrs. Sarah Meadows, the. Indiana woof 8tate. Edward Wemple for controller terday, Thurtday. Josh Aldridge will be The result of Rjv. Fercr G Klsom's cd Lawrence J. Fitzgerald for treseuier. man who killed the man who attempted to appointed mail carrier from the postoffice meeting at New Haven was Ihe formation The clause in the platform endorsing the outrage her, was rcquitted at Bloomington. to the depot after October 1st. Mr. Max of a congregation and a cill on Rjv J C administration of Cleveland was creeled She ought never to have been submitted to Griffin has resigned hie portion at J. C. Buckholder to become its pastor. There with tumultuous applaute and pasted with the trouble of a trial returned to Louisville. had been S additions by profession and the Harriet Hardaway, an aged colored wo- Thompson's and a whoop. Gov. Hill's administration was meeting was still in progress. man of.Paris, has sold her body, lo be deOANHLLE. BOYLE COUNJT endorsed with scarcely less enthusiasm. The pastor cf the Christian church to a medical college in livered after death, Charles Johnson, a white youth, whose will discuss the following subject during is all up with old Jake Sharp, the man Cincinnati for,$50, anal is to be supported exploits in the stealing line have been notOctober: October 2, "The Preacher's Qual who bribed the New York alderman to during her life by the college. ed in this column, was tried Wednesday ifications and Daties;" 9 h, "Offic.r.' i grant him street railway privileges of a Baker Dalton, a farmer living in Pu and given one and Duties;" lG.h, "Duties of the most unreasonable character. The Supreme laski, who has two pretty daughters, fatal- evening in the circuit court Membership;'' 231. "Reason Why Churchsentence of the low- ly cut Winfield Baker, a young man who year in the penitentiary. Court has affirmed the Mr. J. T. Mock, ill with typhoid fever es Die " The-- e theme will be d er court and he will don the stripes at Sing pereisted)in going too see one of them is thought by his physician to be slightly at the morning services. He is over 70 years of age against the old man's wishes. Sing better this morning. Col. Thomas Jordan, Dr. A. C. Canerton has sold Ihe 11V and very rich. Such a man could never The.first of the yacht races for the in Kentucky, where America's cup was sailed Tuesday and won of Louisville, is spending a few days with tern Recorder, the leading Baptist paper cfj "have been convicted Danville friends. Prof A. B. Nelson is re theSouthweiS'. to Rv W P Hrvev. tf the law is a decided respecter of pereots. by the Volunteer, which beat the Scotch .Mr. covering from a protracted illne-- s Hsrrodaburc, aud will devoid hi tiw The wives of the anarchiets, even down Thistle 19 minutes and 23 second. The W K. Bowman, cf his place has secured hereafter to ministerial w ,rk He has been second race was sailed yesterday, to Nina Van Zindt, who is one only by patent on an improved car coupler. Dr. E editor of the paper over 10 year s .r j prx x. " Congressman Wilkins, of Oaio, who hung proxy, threaten if their husbands are Joeepb Wilton and William Tnotnp-eo- ton and J. C McFerran will likely ass;st and then themselves. says that he made hi money by hard to kill their children two white men who robbed Ira Bright's Mr Harvey in the editorial work Nina has not had any children by proxy knocks, and that in 1S61 he was blacking store at Junction City a few nights ago and Rjv. F S Pollitl is here this week yet, but it will be awful to see such an in- boots and selling papers on the streets of were caught with the plunder, were this preparing to move to his new charge at nocent and guiltless creature as she sacri- Mary ville, Oaio, is building a $25,000 house (Thursday) morning civen one year eacL Harrodsb'irg. Tne Cittnuu i a decided ficed. However, the country would breathe in Washington. The indictment lound promotion and shows how highly he Im in the penitentiary The contract to build the first eection easier if the entire breed wereexterminated. at the present term of the court against heli in the eitimation of the officials. The of CO miles of the Louisville, Cincinnati the Luther Houchin for forgery It is beginning to look like tbn demo- Sc Virginia railroad, from Winchester to request of George Cogar, whose was at was pay of the Harrodsburg church is several name hundred dollars greater than this, besides crats can unite on the tariff question ee Three Forks of Kentucky livar, has bjen forged, filed away. Its reinstatement ue the pistor has the advantage of a prson and that we they have on Mr. Cleveland let to OarveyJBrothers, contractors from pends solely on the future behavior of the age. will haye smooth sailing to victory next Texas Pacific railroad. young man. If heiB guilty of any similar The officers of the colored Methodi-year. Take the revenue tax otT tobacco, Gov, Backner has appointed Hon, J, indictment church locked the dorri on the retiring let it remain on whisky and reduce the R. Morton of the Fayette Circuit Court, a practices ho will be tried on the be behaves himself he pastor, Rev. George Parker, who was to tariff to a revenue basis taking care that no special judge of the Kowan Circuit Court just filed away; if of it again. preach his farewell sermen last Sunday material interest shall be crippled thereby, to Iry the case of James Harris, indicted will never hear Tne case of the trustees of the town of night, so he will preach it at the Btptist is the wny to do it for confederating to kill Judge A. E. Cole. Danville vs. John Campbell, chuged with churcli next Sunday night. He says the The Grand Army encampment at 8t. The court convenes October 13 "selling liquor by retail within the to-church owes him over $200 and he suppos -- In the United States Court at Boston Louis was greatly interferred with by rain, limits without a license from the. proper es they srs trying to get rid of psying it in which came near drowning it ou'. If about the demurrer of the Bell Telephone Com authorities to do so," and which was in the this manner. 'jTBTT TC TL tCTCTI ..TTTTTT-- T half of them who now parade as old sol- pany a.ainet the suit of the government circuit court on appeal, was dismissed by P7 "" OEATNS, diers could he drowned out, it would be was sustained and the case dismissed for a Judge Morrow on demurrer, Tuesday. The bttter for the other half and the country, second time, having shared the same fate prosecution was instituted in the police Mrs. Annie M Kirtley, wife of K der ia the United States Court of Ohio. too. court in November, 183'J, the charge being V. E. Kirtley, died of llux at her husband's Ooeof a gang of burglars conyiclei at lbSO, The President does not propose to dead Princeton, Ind just tefore sentence com- as alme stated, when on April 19,an act residence at New Market, Monday morning, A " J2 Legislature of Kentucky passed after an illoesa of about a week's duration. head it while swinging the circle, but will municated to the court that she was a wo the g taking from the trustees the power of grant-in- She was G4 years old and was married to pay his train fare like other folks. That man. She had been maiquerading in male license fir the retail sale of liquors. So Elder Kirtley In Frankfort, May 12, 1S42 Item will cost his parly fully $2,000. This attire for three years, She wub sentenced it will ba seen that something was charged Mrs. Kirtley was an excellent woman, a fitia a democratic aaminis'ration or the presi3.ALUK IN- to the female reformatory for three years. which if the reverse had been true, that is, ting helpmeet lo her husband, and a wide dent would be passing around on a free Parker McComb, a deaf mute from in- had Campbell had license, it would not Ururjs, Books, Stationery and circle of friends mourn her death.-Leban- on ticket. fancy, has beenjacquitted of the charge of Standard, Fancy Articles. have protected him, A oood ticket for the republicans would murdering a man named Carey, both col fields were II ftilrvl In low, flit places many LiM r rV7 &-- T i r s. .v r tut Shs "Do you remember that lovely Pk.itrlana' iraial Iah , be Bob Lincoln, of Illinois, for president, ored; the accused waa wholly uneducated, Alio frost almost bb much as last moonlight rife we had at Newport last and Fred Grant, of New York, for vice and therefore unable to properly communi- hurt by the from the country ohowed nummer, Charley, behind that cute little president, on a platform of 'Ou! isn't it cate with his attorneys or make a defense, year, and plants The withdrawal of the union labor that the four top leaves were entirely ruin- donkey?" nice to be n Bon of your father?" '7rv party's canJidate for Secretary of State in ed and the others badly bitten. Oa high He (with tender reproach) -- "Do I reBrook of WtUohes, (.Hooka The Tenneeeee prohibition election was New York in favor of John Swintou, the pointB, however, no damage was done and member il, love? As if I could ever for- The LargeBt Jewelry ind Silverware held yesterday. We have no reports of the unite labor or nenry George candidate, is it cannot be said that the frost waa genera I. get ill" but well informeJ politicians esti the first sign of peace that has appeared be- -H- opkinsville Kentuckian. ver hougni 10 ini uiarkri 'rices mull, than She "You are nice to say so, Charlej; l.- Wiih hhi, cjwfci urnl Ibe I.owmi mated the defeat of the proposition by from tween these two labor organizations since The old Baying that a potato patch and do you know, dear, I never see a donpilreJ oa moil uollrn and Wirnnti, 15JO0O to 25,000. stood next to a gold mine in productiveness key without thinking of you?", their formation, Four children of Pierre Gohout, a is likely to prove true this year. Prices ol has been appointed George W. Miller 1 cau't see, Nellie, why your mother advanced during the postmaster at Cisperaville, Wayne county. farmer ol S.. Pierre, a parish of the Island Irish potatoes have will never allow you to go driving with 00 cents to $1 25 per bushGen. Wolford ia in a precarious condi- of Orleans, below Q rebec, were playing on past month from beme." Cjlumbia, with pneu- - the beach, when tbey fojnd a bomb which el, with a good prospect to reach $2 50 rEIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS tion at his heme in "I think, Charlie, that she might give Gazette. weeks.-Lexinhad been fired from the artillery range and fore many Mcchancal Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal or1ic..lM?.'al tronia. if she could see you driving her consent The Louisville Southern is being rushSchool, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Studv They took The good will, type and prisies ot the which had failed to explode. your new horse once." be completed from COI'NTV AIM'OINTF.KS Iti:ri:iVI.D OF I 'LouUvHle.SWai.4rusw. resold at auc- out the fuse or plug and dropped in a burn- ed and will probably Fall term bes.ni .SEPT. M 1887. Fo. CATALOGUEntl'.l!other "How do you mean?'' and ing match. Three were instantly killed Louisville to Harrodsburg Junction, on the --.. r-- .i L. Rubel for tion Wednesday lo Harry rn. u LfcXINGTON, KY. ' icnauii, "Why, it's all you can do to hold it Cincinnati Southern, by February 1. and tli! fourth cannot survive. e C-JMe-eio- a $n(crior$narni.i NOTES OF CURRENT E1EN1S Aiteaftea Complete Xaine of Groceries Our tocls: of Ilai'dwixi-e.- , Oliver Chilled and Imperial IMown, el 1 e rrtat d 1 HOCK A 1M11G1IT. BUY &KOCKRIKiS I o. 1 n mp T. Seven-hundr- ed R "WALTON MAIN" & SOMEBSET STS.. AJVL GET THE i -- It pre-enle- WATERS & DAVIS, j-- n, 4 TT-- C -- ilU i P1MDW J PHARMACIST, ( - 5 juxC(q, sSm Tfc. -- J JEWELER. 72. iSll5SJ 1 iVsrAJ J-- lry IMP InflrmaSJT Vffli&r 1 TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. gtin $5,-00- 0. vj 't ' k - i - ai T" i.- - i. 7p - '.'Mf i! HIIIIMMIUK Scmi-?Wrc1 3Htrrwr30arntt 30, 18S7 UuBlnosa I ,,,7.." A HUiotitf T1. uwiiiiiiiii 0,n" ,,,,'0, i : "- -' AB.M a f-;- '" rl""V IliyllOfl 6 l H i whH AM, .b"ok h. '!' M- - ii wniinrirrnyriftTTrnnrTgTii'mtfiMfrMri iinn mnmanMM 'III l V' IllMilHNTS Stanford, Ky., B. . tkn roLi bit J. W. .1...... . .:.... ..... U. t. I.. .1 the latent arrival a, WALTON, L, ct .V Mnmiser. LOCjJl fVf Poutu C4r70. .12 S'J r, , 131 r. u, 11 4S 1 Mall train ' ulug Norm.. . bipiMt 'tram" (kiutb " NorB... rnoa.iTo Is caleulaUid ne Is altout K JO -- CJ i. w a. M on standard ttiua. dolar uiliiulni Imtur C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains If ate llowland at t and 7.20 a. u, Iteturnlng, airlreatGand 8: Mr. si. L0CALN0TICE5. boo its and tchool iiuv jour pliea from A. It Penny. Abk your urocer for the Cincinnati 1U kint; Co. it cracker and cake. M( Itour.iiTt) - Ktauo are headquarter for ciiuol lo kri and shool nuppllra. W xviiiYA ami Jewelry repaired on shui iotlce and warranted by A. it. Fenny. A euuri.KTK Hock of lewelry, Uuwt tylr. Itocktunl walchiM a I'jK'cialty. A, It. iVnuy. Tiik lirui ul l'enuy A McAlislir bavini: dis'OlTri), the n ceo ii ii I e are ready fnr fettle limit. Come at once anil pettle. Vouuny cafe riiei. PERSONAL. Mil Coi- Mibsii Orsrr.iu aerteil in miv dy le from 'i'liK Cincinnati Siiithern will put on an ilarliehttill IOnt nlxhtilurinK' ihu oCter oilier fnt train Sunday, which will leave nelson. J T, II iff in. Cincinnati at 7:55 a M., stopping enly at Ii you want annuity in thu 'tovo Lexington, Junction City, Somerrot and line Metcitf A I'om er cm i!m you Oikdale and reacoing Ciattnnocgi at 5.35, balli in iimlilv ami prlcn v M Now I your chance to not a library Tun next enter'ninment at the Opera lauipcheap. We have to nuke room for Hone will be Ojt. 12 h, when Hard) A more Metcalf A Koiter. Voting' i)d Bjy Company will hold Hie board. The eplendid comedian, Toil Ol'K old friend, L M. Luler, ha decidGnener, and the captivating Melville Meed to uo into the butcher limine here, if ter are in the troupe. he Ctn get a aiiltatile home TllK tril of Ola- - eyed Cnarley Hender. Makt Smith request u to j that the nn, the fakir, wae continued till February, report circulated that he had tkippad the owing to the eickuee of Dr. burke, the country i untrue, and that he ia here and man whom H i alleged he beat out of till remain here Jude Moirow made him pay $500 of A I)Ipatcii mj that Simon CJjruilej'ri hi $1,500 for'ei ed bond and reduced hi establishment in LtxiriKton baa been closed bail to 1,000. by the herlfl'. S Dion ia a Lincoln county iiia Tom Fkhiiell, who uael lo keep bir boy and hia friend heie will regret to hear there be'ore prohibition time, ay there of hia bid luck. never w half a much trouble then nt Notwitiistannimi the Dtiay Itsller Iljwland a now He lay nil the killing Mill are tinning out 50 barrel of thtir to the water, which he declare i eo mean per day beide cuatom Krindintf, tliey are that it m?ke a man want to murder unle-- n barrel behind in their order. Have a he mixea a little whiky with it, which he little pitiencH uent'einen and they will Gil can't get no your order. JO,-00'W i mamm. iuuic fin armi rui mo at my tluce next tlojr to Mrer' mon. J', llatnlnn. ,. PUKJLIU NAJLiKI I will oHr al public saln at mv realileme fr in lluitoutllle ui in.. Mid lirbuic. 1 nilUa i.ke, PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTS & STAGG, THAT ..i- - 2 On Natiinliij, October j, 1SS7, Two r.irma one Containing Mostly In gr 143 Aoros, comfut-alilo. or n Th Improvements are ltie oilier b Sixty-Fiv- o Contaii Aoroa, Willi moderate ImproTeuKnti. The McKlnney tjtalioo pUeMaratM the two plca. 1 will alio sell sniuo Hock:, coti'isllti,; or lump uood family hoiaea, milk t'owi, dUck lloi, ,lc. Also crop ol Corn and Feci ul Tinous kfudi, Farming Ulen ells. Hoinelinld and Kltchrn Furniture, Ac If the land I nut ld, l.jtii places will bo tented to the highest Idler C. It. II Ij.i IX. '.di-t- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Having seenrd the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker witk many years' experience, nil work will be done with neatness and dispatch fully insured. Spectacles atd Eye daises to suit the eye. ITor Kent, Privately. For Sale, Publicly! My house In .McSlnney where I reside, and my Farm botwmi.Mc Inacy anJTumcrsrllle, I'Z miles from the latter place. The Farm Contains 130 Acres Good Land Welllcnce.1 and wati-red- , mostly iu Illue-firai- a and meadow There wl I he about ') cm to it's lo Wheat and oil. II not nnied pmntily, I will 1 S g I I On Tlmrstliij, Octolicr I'.ent the ahoro prorwrty LA.il). J. - W Hour ent of to Sprlmli'ld Liberty, hm STOCK AND CROt Wednesday bli.AB hfreyiirdiy. Mux AH, Vv, ij ul LjuUvilie, h ben Mr. T. M IVniiirtKtoii. J W I.trence -- old tu A. T. .N'u ii nailer a huttrn if nice lieifiia at '.' ceil' I'H I'f NM.NttWX lis tccepted a in O.h l4 i X cilice at luiiville. Un Hii.s, ol Williaiufbiiri;, I up to hi u;o.liu' 'ale, which ucur -- Miw. Hi'uii Reiii and Mrr. T. K Walton went to IjOllUtille on I hi oirrnini;' F. T viniit fell alui)t incvantlr and at time heavily, eoaked the ctrth fir 'M hour and lipellfd nnj lingering doubt abMit the brraklng of the bickhsnn of thu drouth. The provpect i thtt there' more lo follow, too A iiaik that A few wheat drills at very low prices. po-iii- on When you eee Tom Melcall' fir do not c include he h-- i iMtlered be-- fihting again The riumerou wound came from a piece of Hheet iron which he waa handling dying up and ciniirt; him badlv on the forehead and noe. xpre. Mil ami Mm II S WmiKiu am! Mie. Komwih Kid are "fiendlni; a fear day ia Iouitnll "f Mit. GnoMiu H MoLm and family Urt temnrrow for T (xka, Kahb They wtll wire 'h 'rip n wc-MimMahy Mamtlv, ol Kncxvil'e, TetiKe-ee- e, lnwi vii i tn; Mr. wiio H Frank Liltn ha re'.urmd home Mil T. H. Josta and Mi Naomi Jont. of Jackonvfllf, Mo, are here riit-In- i; lln-i- r many reUiiT, after a number id yearn' a ei re Mit Frank P.oct nd,wlfe will move to Hnntnnville where Mr. Itout will do all kind of carriage and wagen work. We will encourage the young hope the cit'Z-he ha taken to himrelf a pretmm ty little w'h. Mirt Mattik Owklev will leave for to enter Mr. Nold' Louiiville eelrct achool. Mi Mattle graduated with hi(h honora at Ward' fjllege, Xaahville, l&ft rummer, but vaya he prefert going to echool toapendinc her hour In frlvolou it patimc. II. Wooikocic, Ilrother "Nath," waa here eterday on N 15arne' round a a ilrtimmer. few day for into the real etale buine with Rjwea A Co, and not into ihe jockey club buir,pi, We will mie aa atated by the Adutnle, Nalh' uionthlr viit. Hi friend dilike to pirt with lilm, but hope he will do well LOCAL MATT EK3 Kna hia Nat will leave in a Cilv, where he will go II Fnrsii Ovstkih tiitunliy. order. linuiV K. K. Liive your Mrer. to night. Anotiikii pelling watch al Prof. Put SmlnrT A A I'lNK line of French Cindie jut firat-cla- re reived at A. liooTH Warren'. and hoo repaired in ty!eat F (J Brady' ahnp. water you ned, write to O. A ' ft C i., Stanford, Kr. Benedict Ir it i TheK.C will make epecially lo the Lttonh Ittce thia week. A low rate Bright repair your JIavb Hicker before lLo cold weather Move and pipe ett'in BoitN, to the wiftt of Dr. Cox, of Stan ford, at ihe residence of Dr. Cindy, a daughter -- Columbia Spectator. BitElitlT Nrwlani) arreated Tom Cir ter and Joo Marahbanka yesterday on a and tbey gave bond to charge of circuit court in $250 each. the I am aiming to alwaya aupply of cabbage, Irish onion and all other keep on band fruit keep on hand a and aweet pota-toevegetables. I of all kind. S. S. Myers. privattdy. If not aold privatoly will pell at public auction on Mondty, county court day, office. . Fob SALK.-F- iye aharea in the Firat Call al thia The diamond engagement ring that ley Dunn gve his wife waa found in the paeeeanicn of a nero womn at Richmond. It had been inUainj: for yers and Ihonejro . no doubt stole it. 0a Will Move Mr. Richard Burnett baa returned from Wincheater, where he went prospecting, with a view of locating. He tell in that while there he bought five lota on College Hill, 3 63x150 and 2 00x210, for $100 each. He will erect cottagee on four of them and on the fifth will build a hand will eoine realdence for hlmeelf, where he with hia family move abaut the middle of Noiember. existed between the familiei ever since, however, and Tuesday morning when Camden met young Birnett he threat ened to ehoot him. Birnett showed that he waa unarmed and insisted that he would not kill a man In that condition. Camden let him go and Birnett went home and Late in the afternoon armed himself. Cimden pased the house of Willis Birnett, when Will started out after him with Willis Birnett caught his son a pistol. and took the pistol from him, when CamFive den opened fire on the old man. were fired and when the smoke shots each of battle cleared Willis Birnett was found to have a tlesh wound In tbo thigh. nhould not be fjoled by the (rum report that Hiatt hai left thu country We Capt J icob C zilt old to Matt Hun- have it from good authority tint he i didge 25 head of cilll, kreraging 1210 Mill lurking around foakin; au opporluui ty to clip up on and any of fire IHjiint', at 3 cent.- - I'arksville -- S K Lickey sold for men who have incurred hi diapleaiure. W. M. Lackty in Ihe Cincinnati market this week GO The examining trial of Willi Harnett heid 1 IfK). pound cat'le al fbjut :i litre before Judge Caron yi!erday for anult, K S. Sc.jbee, ul Clark, sold lo Caruth-erresulted in I.i diaciarge Al Ciuiden for A Hcir.l, L'Xinglon, 12 mule 5 year-old- , shooting with inlet t lo kill waa alo tried, 15 hand .'J inches high, M $1G5 It C Warren defending and J Ii I'axtob each . proeeuting, and held in f 100 to circuit There i little dsing in the cattle marcourt. ket at Louisville, price run from 2 to 1 20; hog are easy at aj to 5; Hheep steady at ,i I'm L m -- Mr. A. C. S ue ahlpped a oplar tiee that he bought from to 3 for bet and lambs to 5. Mr tieorge T Mcltobtrla' knob place near Premier, a colt, dropped which he ay !' the Urgent tree he dead just aa he reached the wire in the first ever handled. It waa 5G inch at the butt rate in the Jockey Club ground at Lou.s and there were G cula ranging from 8 to 1 i ville MonJay He waa owned by Sigeri ft el long. There were S GGI feel of lumber who valued him at $1,600. in them and Mr. Mc ncivedover $17 for The Hpaldicg, Jr., bought of W. C. Rigera two horses for $350, and 11 others the giant aa it atood in the foreat. from parlies in the neighborhood of Spring IIomiiDLE. Of the many cold blooded field al price ranging from $175 down to murderira that the Turner feud haa caued $100 -- f Lebanon Standard. in Bell county, that of young Monroe wai Smith McCann, of Lexington, has the moat cowarJIy and daatardly. Ho waa bought the black stallion, Pilot Patchen, calling rn Mi Klith Turner at a friend' Id year old, by Mambrino Patchen, for and wa leaning on the arm of her chair $5,000. Thia stallion i conceded to be the watching her play a game of ctrd with beat bred son of h a famous sire. another caller when a bullet crashed George B Rjbicson bjugbt 13 mule through the window and into hi heart. colt from $35 to $50 T. C. Rinkin, of The retired under cover of the ayne county, bought 25 mule colts at an drkne and ia Mill at large. average of $10. Seve bought three griuni'a AtviiiFNr Mr. J L. Diwaon, mule coll at $35 per nead -- Lincister Fr , fell and broke her lell arm between the New. A inestirg of roldier w held io New She e'bow and ehoulder TueJay night nan k;iinj up (lie etip at her houe, which Yjrk Tuesday lo demitid lhat iho govern were lii k frim the rain, and losing her ment give the Federal urvivor of the late bilance fell with the abive reult. As ahe wr firms in the Went, piy their fue oji ia (U ver old, more seriou ij uihivtt e reuit are here ui fiiro.i lieu feared, a aiuce the fall ehe ha experienced tthem. -- W. 13 A J. A. McGinn sold to Lih-maWe hope, however, for the great A C , of Biliimore, 110 fat cattle that beat and that ehe will ba spired lo her eveiaged 1 G57 pounds, 50 of which averagchildren man 7 year yet. ed 1 760 Tntfe cittle are for export and BvitON wa ruht when he rem irked were sold for i cents per pound. that it waa very pleacint to see one'a name (lalitle. is print. Ther all like it and it would The fine farm of J. T. Herndon, on the mtke a brt monkev lauh to see the Cincinnati Southern, near Donerail station, method adopted to secure the much in Fayette county, containing 300 acres of mode oveted insertion. Very injeniou well improved laud, was sold last week to a are resuted to ajmeiloie, and you raroly tuau from Mason county for $105 per acre. an individual with cheek come aero C Caldwell sold to Smith A AnderJ enough to say out exictly what he want. son last week 1.000 barrels of new corn at A Piilakl youth, whom we never knew nor $2 75 J. W. Yerkej and Granville Cecil heard of before, wa not of the latter kind have sold their farm, situated three miles He walked in and wrote hia own persontl, eaBt of Perryville, on the Dinville pike, with the air of a nuu who waa doing in. and containing 121J acres, lo Thomas B etead of aking a favor. kr, for $40 GO per acre. Dinville AdvoRowland, our rail- cate. ANOTHElt Shooti.no. Wincmestek CuDKT. A laige crowd road suburb, ia faet regaining ber former unenviable record. For a time Cap'. Smith in town and business fairly brisk. But few Irwin waa abla to make a decent plac of it cattle on tie market. A bunch of fair but of late the devil seems to have been let long yearlings, $29; short yearling! $23,30; The latest shooting Buckling calvea, $10; there were 200 suckloose down there. scrape waa between Al Cimdeu and Willis ling mules and quite a number of sales Birntt, which occurred Tuesday night, in common to fair $25 to $37J; fair to ex'ra, which the latter was shot through the $37 to $G5J; fancy mare mules, $70 to $S0; thigh Toe origin of the trouble dates aged mules dull, aale ranging from $105 to back to laat spring when a 14 year old $130.-Su- n. daughter of Camden gave birth to a horri J. W. Bales, agent fjr X. Lehman A ble monstrosity. It waa claimed that Will Bro, Biltimore, bought of Alexander Barnett was the father of it and that he Tribble 200 cattle, 150 at $5 per hundred had taken advautage of the rlrl, all of and 50 at $110, to be received Nov. 20th. which he denied. A bal feeling haa The catile will average near 1.S00 pounds olllcor Tiik Weiren A Menefee. A limited ij'iatitity of nice Fulz seed when'. Weareu A Mrncfee. ! ; "jod A co and cilf f r for wiu ter ue. K K, Burow,. Stanford. Maud S. i in mourning for a bio'.her (Jnod family buggy Maro, 20 stack ol Hay, Corn iu the tiald, Oats In shAtl, 'J larsa traw s'aiks. Omrliti, n JlOOOOetrtllion, which fell dtal 160 bushels heat In garner, I .vhuuler Wagon, I'nanton and Harues, 1 Buggy, Walin harms at Your gtown, O.iio. ler A. Wood Slower. Mows, dear, Ac, Ac, HouseM. C. Porimai sold to Mr. Groom, ot hold and Kitcnen irnlturr, nli net Ld nice Terms made ki.own ou day uf s le. Atlanta, 6 of hi livery horse for JflOO. ;. r. rovxti. II. T. Ik's u, Auctlnaeer. :M tt n the week endin,' on the 2 Mi 950 caIIIh, value! at $00000, shipixd 1 1 w-r- e highest MdJer puhllcly. Atlbesjut lime and place, (on the (arm) will sell to the highest bidder, puMlily, the folluwlnit: Klveuillk om and ('(lira. 7 head of good ieiilln Steers 3 hnid ol year-old Htcers, 1 yearling Hml, Hellers. Jtc. i aged wjrk Mules, all marcs and uA ono; One thoroughbred iice Mare in ml lo Con grcgan, 1 ymrlinj Fitly by St Martin, half itfrU) St. Alint v tardtug Filly by Harry 0 Fallon tillthuruufldticlundreeordtd; -- t) the 1, 18S7, 1 3 H k I s 3 ti j , h 1 I p g 3 ssa w S H kj m S. I 1 st m i'tri. -- CLOSING OUT CHEAP ! I'm a.iinate 1 Xw. a ll ? . .p .ii tl H tu Ii .If I.i k,,.i ,;,,,. al a c low prliea and It is the pari of wisdam for thorn to call aud puitbaM al once. 201 3w I u I lifts In Ha Writ" li ti'ri,:'f:fl in me tint m Iluatonfllle m tr-iin another, I iiiIt at the .oir'wf I'linti'v in . nilie tok. consisting ot Urocerles Hour Molstus, lubacco, Cigars, Con(tctlonerles-an- d In lac, ererttnini; utualljr s s U;p kciit In a Also a lot of fuipty rider barrel. No u h ohaur has eTer been gl?en Btst-r'a- Qo CD "I j I I fllA.S. II. IIlSllOl', lluilontllle, Ky. MOKKV TC5 LOAi Ob MKKC'IIAXT TAII,08C I hETerecelreJ and still receiving Wed-needa- 1 ld ton, In turns ol Irom Jl OvO to J .vto, on good Lincoln county reil estate security, to loun ol our custom en. For particulars, apply to .Ml I. LEU A- - VAUVKXTEIl, 202-Stui ford, Ky. tf !New Goods for (Comprising the Spring and Summer lvc .tic h Trial. G. A. BENEDICT STAMOKD, & CO., KK.MTUKY. bet In the market, which wh' r Qotton Up in Stylo and Msko Second to None in City or Counirr Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. "Wells Dillled tootdrr and pump furmlshed '.'15at factory prices. f -t H. a. RUPLBY. WEAREN & MENEFEE WALLACE &C0CHRAN, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ey., aaln 0ley THE GENTS' FURNISHERS a.miai:.vt.s run tiii: IXDI.1XAPOLF.S Ia.lU.I)KY. 1 umn uaue. ss ri-mi.- .-f i "i -L- exington EAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment ouubs Scratches! Sprains. Contracted Muscles, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinnev, Saddlo Galls, Files. Y ttT'T- - va-ri- ou hides is larger and more complete thanf from tho cheapest to the best. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phcetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road. Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve Sash-Blind- s, everbe-for- e, All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as any denier or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. .!. Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Burns, Scalds, Etings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, Strains, Stitches, ll.UKi:i:, WEAREN & MENEFEE. AB UnstoiiTllIe, Ky. StiffJoinU, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Queen and Crescent Route. Paclflo Railway.) (Cincinnati Orloans and New Toxas THI3 COOD OLD STAND-B- accomplishes for everybody exactly what Is claimed for It. One of tho reasons for the great popularity ot tlio Mustang Liniment Is found In Its unlvcrsnl applicability. KterybodrnecHls such n medicine. The Lumberman needs It In case of accident. Tho llouacwlfe needs It for generalfamlly use. The Cnnnler needs It for his teams and his mei. Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. KKAI DOWN. TUAlNdhOUril. It 0.1. I HEAD Mu.y. STATIONS. Ul. Wo. Tho Mechuulc needs It always on his It Incase of emergency. wrk THA1N8NOKTII. Dally. rto. i. Dally. No IU, Daily. Kx. sun bench. and go direct to Londou, Kngland for Christmas cattle. Mr. Biles has bought and shipped for same turtles in the last 30 days 550 head at price ranging from 3 to 1 Richmond Climax. A noticeable feature of the local market Monday was the better feeling prevailing in regard to feeding cattle. Prices were cent better than a week or two ago, with an upward tendency. The frost Fri day night did very little damage to the tobacco in this county, a large portion of the crop being safely housed. As a whole the product will be light, though some planter report i fair Demojield.-Wincheiter and his stock yard. cr Tho MIncrneeds Tho l'lourorneeilslt-can'tgetalonawlth- out The I'uriner need It in It. his house, his stable, tially. iEx. Bun. No.:i. Daily Mo. 6. i. - Wo. C. Dally. Dally. Dally. friend nnd tafert reliance. need It- -It wilt save him Tho thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. Tho Uullrondiiinu needs It and will need It so long as his life Is a round of accidents and dangers. Tim ilncloTaoilmnnii needs It. There Is nothing-like It as on nntldoto for tho dansers to life, limb and comfort which surround tbo pioneer. Tho Merchunt needa Itnbout his store anions his employees. AcclJcuts will happen, and when thrsocome the Mustang Liniment Is wanted nt once. KeepnHottle Initio Hotiac. 'TIs the t of Sloclt-Brotvb-- Tlio Sleuiiibiint mnn or Iho Iliuiltiinp neei (tin liberal supply afloat nnd uhore. needs It It is bis tu--t Tho Ilorac-fniicl- ... 10 25 a m G 40 a ui L'Te...ClncInnatl.... A.'r 0 42 p m 7 65 a mi 4 03 pin 9 00 p in 3 15 pm Lexington ... 6 55 a in 3 43 a m 11 20 a iu 7 SO p in! 11 S p ui 8 20am' 2 23am Junction City . ... 135 pm 55 pm 9IOp nil 1 l.Sani 12 7 50 a m 7 M p ni lIMpiu OatJalo 6 bSSaui C 15 a m, 7 .10 am 5 15am 455pm Hoyce...- VS a ui U 17 a in' 8 0 pia 5 CO am 119am 710pm His a mi a SO a unAi'v.. Cbattnooia..L'Te ii:intim ' 5 33 p Ul 4 30 a in Chattacooga 'J 15 am 10 CO pin ,.. 110 pa: j t 05 p ni Atlanta A'r? 1 if, a m Ar'r 12 48 a m 10 40 a m 10 .tup m birutnglmtu 3 50 pm' 4 ID am SWam osopmt 12 a ml 3opm msaioosa r, 40 a ia 7 40 i m . Akron .... . 7 00am,. n IK I'f . 4 45 a 5 35pm., York V IJ 8 85 a iu ... U. aau a m 4 30 11 00 p A'rr Meridian 10 00 a m S 20 a ia L're. .Meridian -- A'rr 4 00pm., io pm 10 in h mi ' 8 35 p M A'it. Kew Orliaus. L're 'J 00 a m ., .. C 15 a m 6 80 p m 2 45 a I.'re ..Meridian. .A'rr 10 40 a ui - II KS p m 'J 55 p in A'rv . .'Jackson 4 20pm A'rr 10 2-3) 350 a in - a m . 7 715pm Vicksburg. 0 25 a ui 7 43 p ui 1 55 p II 26 a . Monroe 1215 pm 1255 a m I 4 8' p ml UOfOau pm' B 10 a ml...- broreiirt j 15pm,.. L'r .a'rr iinnni u u .L't pin., u U'Oiia am.. u i inn economy. crat, Keep n Ilotllo Iu the I'nctory. ltslmmedlct In case of accident saves pain nnd loss of waea. for Keep n Hottlo Alitayaln the uae when warned, Mann Boudoir Bullet Bleeping Cars on all throagh trains. H. COI.LBKAN, C. OAULT, Gen'l Manager, U. CAHl'.OI.U Ueo'l Uupt,, General Offices, Bt. I'aul Bulldiog, West Fourth street, Cincinnati, JOHN Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt!, Ot'. -- maj An Editor Who War. Not Stauvh -Mountain editors appreciate n good U ing, and like all ulitors ure tho mo-- t gra efnl of men. A me'scf beana and two sweet po 1'ubHnhctt Tuemtitu mill Frtdav tatoea bavo set the Ihzjl Green Herald -- AT editor up in provisions for the winter, and SfJ l121. A. IN NUM. CA811. he returns his thanks and hi blessing in exthe following: we credit thatSl.50 will be It understood It pected and demanded. "Mrs. Calvin 8wango on Vedneday eni us a mess ol the white wax bean, and of the fine! sweet pitatoes we have eein W. P. WALTONthis year, for which she will please accept our thdnks aud be assured of our appreciation. Such women as Mrs. Swango are a Scenes at Executions pity the ileepicable coward" Gjdsnid to any community, tnd the locaii No'oiiBcan enough to be inhabited who, hivion miinlerel M victim in cold ty that is fortunate by ladies like her ia indeed ble.e I and ncaf-to- ll the blood, croucfte in horror ip bleereil be her name." n which the jiniiltT of the crltn to our be piii, but it io to Raising McsimoaMs. Five acres o' p'tire that th. execution the tunnels of the cement works neir Li nf thrt lant dreu) entnce of ihe law ehoilld Si'le, III., hive been leised for '20 year i" f in which the a Cnuigocampiny for the purpose of raissee n be the orraMon malefactor hm to he"hlf dracijed and hill ing mushroams. Tne superintendent is to carried by tie Warders" '0 doom, and leive shortly for Fratce for n nupply tf whenon thnwftild "iriiMlea o violently mii'tiroom spawn, or ed. Ttie compiny that the executioner ha difli nllv in at liM propose to put in bads suiliclent to hi Mileoiie tiB. at.d i ' quite ship 100 bubels of mushrooms to Cnicsgo " We cm not dire that the tntc every day. Tnese fungi are very prolific ihment of death o loni h ii i it ll cted an.t, if te.irel, twj crop cm be raiced 'hnuld ba horn of every 'J 1 hours by nimply clipping off thr for deterr-u- t purpi?e the public tuinr1; "at we do head. iu terror This manufacture has betn nt nhoulJ be temp rd mostcerUnly mini? ttiat in Ejj;1is mine, but ou account for cuil-- l tu connec of foul air wm not a uccs no room or occn-io- n Tne air of tion with it iill c ton.ti'd tt i a candal theLi S.ille cement tunnels i fle frnm all that the viciiuH Iwtiul he nbl m recnl or impurities nnd tnis uovel indutry, it is reaiv. Klectricnv Htid ui 'miml ciiuiber th uht, wnl prove a succep. PLAIN TALK. to - refrain from punishing thorn by boxing their ours onrs. Innn article by un eminent physlclim on this subject, is it long list of victims of this common yet cruol inodo of punishment, who have been severely nnd In some Instances permanently Injured. An "old mnld" once gnvo bright, pretty pirl thnt wns very fond of tho benux tho : "Don't bo hi husto to many," nnd was treated with grieved surpriso uud disdain, nnd tho words: "I don't want nny advice from an old maid " She married in haste nnd in two years' tlmo went homo to her parents in soi row, leaving n husband u ho was u drunkard and n gambler. A Tiifi: friend of women says: "Ciirls whntever else you do, do not marryndruuk-nrd- . No matter how deeply in lovoyou may fancy ounelf to be, do not marry a man who drinks intoxicating liquor. It is better to bo an old maid, mul miss tho desired Mrs. from your tombstone It Is better to go ou through life smglo and alone, to keep n cat, and make nprons for tho heathen elul dren than to be a drunkard's wife. A notld divine was asked where Heaven wns by n wealthy man who was rather nog tactful of his poor neighbors. Tho minister repliiil. "If j ou go down to tho village nnd buy l'ty dollars' woitli of giixviies, p. them in n wagon tend take them to the hh i widow on tho hill. hie, who has throe of her children stole, he is poor nnd a member e f tho church Tuko vwth jou n nursoaiul somo ono to 'sk their tncnls. AVhcnjou get there read i'sulin .iii , nnd kneel by la . ido and pray Then ou will Ibid out w h i u 11 en ven is " Ctivu your wifo n vnoatum She neotls ono. l.lttlo cares ro hurdor to lieartha:: nd-vi- Fuii:t, tonchcrs ntul dren in charge) should thoo having chil- Oolden Specific. Heat) lie Klcnln ncupef colTreor tea without tin Kh.uimIj.coI the person taking It Is harmless ami mil eltect a permanl'si.mii nent uml speeilv cure, whether the patient Is a moderate ilrluker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ot drunkard haio been madeUm-perat- e men w Initiate taken (lolitrn HpecMo In their ciiITcu without their knowledge, ami belleeo thry unit drinking ol their own treo will IT MKVKIt KAII.s. Ihe system once Imprc'Kuatet! with tho SnecMc It becomes nn utterltniossltilltj for thello,unr appetite to exist Kor fall particulars, address (iOl.DKN SI'L'CIl'lC CO., 185 Race at., Cincinnati. O, l y Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Positively vurcn Dyanminiiiering ur. uainos Hun Mr-- 'sajn ' 219 to 227 W. Joiforson, 220 W. Market, JiOUISVIIE, KY. Thoso who like to save money should not lull to give us n trial. Truly tho wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. Wall Paper, Furniture, Gases, Caskets, Robes, Pull'and Complote Stock of tho above aud prices as low as tho lowest. MI'WVL Stanford. B. IC. WEAKEN, -- nl ternalive mode- of puiiinc murderer to do Lot, it would death. The nullo-itifeel juti!ied in adopting either of appear, theee expedient. We confer mat our ijmpathieit are with thoie who entenain a fear led luxunoin and eft'7 nude of exe fcaye been A lnend cf mine tlis me that lale older nigbt he was addretsed on the Btrtei byuievftbe kill i who repreeiit thtin seive as sote.y in ntul of a n'ght'e lodging and besetch the gift of a lew cents to make up the price required. Tuiukug to turn cution ni'Kht Ceprlre the ea'bwa of the the tnbles upon the unndicant, my friend n i;h aud very little wiral Ictl lence it at preient ex pulled a lugubrious face, henved be forifotun said; "I v.ili I CjUid iitip you, but I am Mennwhi'e it imit not erla waIIc to my tuat aometliini: i due t the rentlmHutof oi.tif wiru. I'm too Ume to lodgings, aud I'm looting for coma OLe tu humanity which in suppo'ed to pervade leuii me 5 cent to get there in the hon-- f tha' section of the nation which i not. car " .- Lancet l l.ckly diving hl hand into iiip overly, criminalat-le- wt egiin aid a;ai" isceeteul a tn more itircs thmi her bulM(ud nnd sdi-times a- great iejKuibilitlos. A woni&u work - never done. Anil mcHlrrti life has increased and intensitltHl it. Cn.,s have multiplied faster than courcuiencen. Life Is more complex--, its demands ore grout oi Thlft poller nir t Tres A iiiwrl ol puill, Mure economic! trroiith and more numerous, society more exacting than the and whuIcsomrceMand ran not tm olo oidlnarjr kind, Who needs a vacation if she does not I And roiupetlton with the muillluilo of low mt .ihon sho can not get it nt home. The more quiet weight alum or phphJte uwdn. Njldonlj la P.or aL Riki.su l'oTDa nnd restful the home is to jou the more cans. 104 WallHtreet. Nw York evidence that It Is a care if not a burden to her. A housekeeper can i. more take it vacation at home than it merchant in hi LOl'ISMIILKCs'Lli, counting bouse Kven though horabseno" I oooasious iiiconveuiouce, give her an vacation - greater I osponsibi ttics, nml ho hits ruifti!a Absolutely Pure (, iinisaa'ifrHK'i rsrn;"w- - FUKNITURE STORE ! oecu-moiiu- Making Buttons Cut of Blood. The corporation shall roaimecit on the let It is generally supposed P.vedioma day of repuutber IssT, nd ItruiUale on Ibe 1st day of pleiubfr. I"I7, that pneumonia is due to the accidental S, Tne aQairs nf ml USie on Iji.catter ilrvet. eat dnor Iu l)ik. rororatoii .hall b OCi by a mlnliler, aeecieiary, a ntshler. who aloa JomNALotSi peaeiration of specific microbe into the imuis iroin 8 shall lieeiKitNcto trustees, and twootber iriiilr, u.and I to S r u. Aneslbellcs administered wi r system, but the observations of M. Jaccoud, l'.t-l- r rf whosbali heelcted. Drsl. on the 1st ha'urday Iu Qev4'ArT TjTATtp..c; sfptetulor, IS, and tbereafier on the Salur a Freach student of the subjjet, show thai January of each year. day In 6 The hUbeat amount of IndeMf ilrif a or llahll-It- y the disease really results from the developto which this rorioratlon itiall at any lime ment, under favorable condition, of micro-bt- c ul ject Itself shall lis iW. 7 Ibeprlraltf prnrtyof the meml'ers of this germs permanently present in the syscorporation shall e exeuipt Iroui Its iorHjtate debts tem. A cief condition of such developTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL x Tblscororatlon shall has. all the power ment is a sudden chill, which explains the !' rUhtsand pri'lleijes provided fir by Anil the Loumtlle ot tbeCeneial Htatutrsof Kentucky, Title, frequent coincidence of lung affection with Coapaoies. Scientific porated Compatles abrupt change of temperature Thought. t Tbli cororatlnn desire, apil Intends to Ii American It Is said that once during tho reign of EmShould 1x3 dmsI a few months before conflccncnt. Into organic union with the eierman Ksan One year for only ! Iwo lor it. peror Nicholas, n Russian invried three Kel I c Lutheran S j nod of tbe male ot Iowa and Doolev county csn bsast of the tallest more than the prlreof one. frc Sin I fir book ' T) M Tlitrui," liu Thomas Lingley, an inn keeper at D shall be goterned br the reliitlons and rulesol wives all ntthe sumo time The otTense not discipline prsn rlbl tier r, whr tb. aaiue are ltitanrirtti IIioilatoii Oj Atiaca, Cia. man as well as the smallest woman in ver, England, is said to be the heaviest m iu having been provided forin the stututo book not Incona strut with tne e'onstlluUon and law. "j P7ini( ii. (S jou lli rev Ire for one yea- Georgia Sam Cason itinds in his stocking in the world, te'mg 5G0 pounds in weight. tho caso wns icforrod to Nicholas, with the of hcotuckr your home wxr with tue touner-Jouro- a tbs utlcuhni i l.in iloi o Ky . Aut 1. is" feet seven tee', and two inches and there is rrpresematlT imwipuper f ilieS.uih, observation that tho Russian law punished rit. CENTRAL B P. He is a little over six feet in height, aud bigamy, Icand for a tarlll for rerenue ouly, aud fie Usl KENTUCKY IDIIV CAIll, but of tho more heinous erimo of OTT) Kl lilt. Mln eeveral mi ra inche. room eno igli above It Al AM brliititest slid ai.lrtt 'aiully vn-alJ I I.N hi) IIII! in t.ie I mieJ measures s)inche around the waut He trigamy made no mention Tho Krnporor hardly cst a ClIAs tNSslIV run i ip anton Htattt, t Thwo who deilr' to ritmne Uil diir Cisin is bo ellm that he "JiliM'-Uraxft sfiis-.- " is unable to walk much and does not trust wrote cm the margin of the lcport, setting topy of lie lgrler-Journcu do .i Al shadow, but he can vet oyer ground about cerriage fir fer of breaking forth tho details of the case. ".Must live himse'f ina with all three '' Tho lawyer shook their as fast as a locomotive. Mrs. A. II Hall Shortest and Quioktist P.euti frou J-- 'i He ia very tempjrate in ev the'pring bends and murmured that this was not punborn in has a daughter, Anni, that was tral KentuoKj to all Points Nortr,. in; fnJ drinking. ishment at all. Hut tho Czar know tatter, East, West and Bouthwwit lS"2;consqiently she is 13 years old, and and, in fuct. at the end of a week the ix,.' I me HelwHi, I only 30 inches in height. She is a perfect Tolrr.EA Buck Eye -I- mmediately felow hanged himself. m m 9 bMKsnsVSsrVMiiiaV model of a woman, uprightly, intelligent uf er the eye has been struck with enough 1 . . leuisvni' ntwitBsariCHicitoRi HOUSE REMEDIES. and pretty. She goe absut her household force 'c mike it black, apj ly a cloth wel . . Tiir juu e of half a lemon in a glus. of v a Tbr..uli tickets and Oinn n. .led i., n . duties like a little Udy, but being ho email with water as hot as you can bear it. Keep NTTSTTf deailnalloir..hi.l l.t rllrMd tor. without sugar, will frequently cure u l?oT?:rt Novrs & Ui:si:slppl Valloy C:. she is not r quired to do much- .- TSumpter on applying Ihe water 15 or 2) minutic, siclt he miai he !! ",,7 Tsj'T,w 'T rill IUII HI II U ! roinftanr . nr - txii,i i rn and the coagulated blood will become thin (Gi ) Republican. DY DAYLIGHT It is suul freckles oan bo removed b A.Kr I.K1 6 K. II MOIMK, I. Trae, I'tM. A t, (Irli.l'aM ARrill, fell and im eff into i a natural channel's, and washing the slun iu water iu which it elis-- i firough Ihe CANONS ol NEW RIVER and across the i av (ViTlnntun. Kr About a year ago Miss L(iii(ttD ks A Lucky Girl MLEGHANIES and tho BLUE RI0GE, passing WHIIE a II K IH'NIlMiT'iN' ll"frter. leave the eye periap swollen, but clear of o' id ii small pioco of liornx.u pulp, SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Reiorlt ol the I'i m leaves pouudod to and Blanche Buswell, of West Troy, New York, bfackness. Iiemral (ittlnsi e'otlNk'eun.Ky to bruise or wound from rusty null, or Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. went to California to visit relatives. While ' FIKSST SUMUEIl CLIKA7S III AMS3ICA. Thera i i c msn ofSio RirnerJmj.Cil- - i. simple cut, will givo immediate relief there she met C. G. Walkeily, a wealthy 1; tho lienlmg ot burns nml scalds, whero t.-Ti.RAPID ifornia, who yean ago decided that kissing these, is danger of e'ont fact lug ars, rub tho THE Y Eventually merchant and manufacturer Observation Car; from Kanawha Falls to Charlottes Breakfast to Supper) Irom April 1st to Decern ihe becime Walkerly's wife. A short time n-- wicked, beciuie Christ wis bitnyed n w skin hovi ral times a day with gKxl nil Isl oil lVrsist in this tubbing until tho jcr his whole with a kin. He has b.en married 20 yeirs sweet ago Mr. Walkerlv died, leivin i : rt w ti brer atlriuptid b twixti ln ifrnii iniuenial bkiu is soft aud flexible. CNLY SOLID TRAINS wllh PULLMAN CARS 11 ciildrsn, b,u tia the tihl I'.lreraud lilnifin an I fortune, amounting to between ;6,000,000 and ia the fitber of To eiKK nasal catarrh take four or rn it the tastrvt time Hiid win' cimlor . I.le trains be off llvo tnblesiioo.ifuls warm salt water, nd -- :si:7iHe, Cincinnati, and Leslcetcn, t: (item all 'ilnia in the Nonfi, or t Hie U'i't nd $7,000,000, to bu wi'e. Mrs Walkerly never kised bis wife nor one of his twoelio tincture blood root and snntTup and Xorthiri'Kt f heeoiate tan nt thin tiain Her husband spriDg. is not yet '25 years cf age (ti all tlUlk lima is deiniuiualeil liu' limit-vi- l the nijsti'ils, hoktnig it there h few inluutos, Ihe iiNm riilllu it rk m eiu-- I Bremty of Political Glory Ojr thou Sim IT it up hard to clem out tho nos-t- i i'i'iH'v s GO at the time ot his death ploy 8lra patrons I'litliiiitftl Cinilort. lis. Try this every morning history teaches no lesson more clearly than DdhllilniMi tUfAtI all Couixin IkUhi (lllicei in the couth A "drug store" in Btnor, Maine, ac tl ml you w nr time tal.'e and tickets xy .? Ax Antidote for Poison- - I. ioison oak, QiKli koptitUM i . that the cireer of the politician rarely lasts net Jliimin and stick to Jfuiiftn, If (lull, e cording to a local paper, was found by r ivy, ete , tako a handful of quicklime, yim uraiittosMSH lubtiey and h,ie plxxaiit juiit-noover ten years, and when he disappears it In water, let it stand an hour, and -- AMIi constable, who officially vi'ited it, to be K.O MfCOItMICK, forfrom the p tblic gazs he is the sooneit paint the poisoned parts with it It is said miiiinI I'smcil-i- t AK"Ht. t'uicao. rquipped as follows. Seventeen battles of ( Ity '1U kn AiitsMiidDllliem froprietor is gotten of .all men in tne world. -- St Louis that thiee or four applications will euro tho K. a. lietkNKK, rr, nn atv.. uuiviiie r.j Its Shall be deoond Detrirnwiesa invc Isger beer, a bottle with one and a half most uggi.wated cases. Connect In same depot In Washington lor to no Oountrv I M 'Ii)iirkN(K, I ."J Vine tt it (Inclnnatl. U Globe. physician says thatnboij A wlll-knowpintH of whisky, four bottles each containHotel in the State in it Faro. should not bo allowed to progress if it can BALTIMORE, A Main street mother was whipping her Appointments, or Attening a gill of whisky, one bottle with a pint PHILADELPHIA, bo stopped at tho outset, us the system is tion to Comfort of NEW YORK. of wine and a bottle with a pint and a half boy yesterday and as she applied the rod more likely to bo poisoned than icllevedby their Onesti Direct rout Io she shouted: ''Will you behave?" "Yes," tho gathering matter. Tho boil should bo if wine, a pint of gin, two quarts of alcohol jud a can containing two gallons .of alco- blubbered the throbbing boy, "I will if you painted with inline, nnd will not amount to LYNCHBURG, aOlrobilLe lltacae nlll o eoafe; d loarenmmedatl oa. i DANVILLE, uny thing if taken in tho first stage. will."- -l. New York Diy. free of charae. Hperlal hol And all points In endured tho agony of a felon, o Commercial Traselera. the lUi nlll If you CAROLINA. , almya aipplled with the fhotri A good man in New Bedford was not so you will npprcclato tho fact that it can bo VIRGINIA and NORTH Mrs. Boodle (to salesman in underwear nraadanri.laioriaad cured by woolen smoko. 1'laco tho woolen far out of the way when he ueed to eay in rags under un inverted flower-pot- , cfepirlinent) -- "Have you any gauzj ladies' and put -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON- .BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. vestiV' Silesmsn (with ten dollar smile) conference meeting: "Brethren, we have coals upon them, or set them on tiro somo Till M(i(;n7iiio portrayi Anirri-en- n WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, hold tho felon over tho Vo 2 ' No, madam, but we have ladies' gauze been mercifully spared in passing through other way, then thought uml llfu from ncenu to No. 4 IN KFFKCT JCMt 5, '87. Dallr It will extract ull tho pain. smoke, and mauy scene and unseens." ocenn, Is llllcil with pure lilgli. class daily. 'Ex. Hun. HTaNKOHD. kv vest." "Keep 'em, thee!" she answered The following prescription Is excellent In Iltcrnturo, nnel can lo Mifely wel. cases of lameness from overwork or in snappishly, a3 she bolted for the door and Please Bear in Mind: WALTON BH03. . . Proprietors. corned iu nny family circle. 7 .11 p.u fi f)0 a in Lre Louisville 1. That our eubtcription price It S per yiar cases of n slight strain of tho back: Two Arr Islington since Me discharge the salesman has decid II 00 pin II 30 a m ounces of alcohol, two ounces of hartshorn, ' White Julnh rsnrli'K PRICE 2Bo. OR $3 A UAR BY MAIL. ti 00 n'n 6 10 a iu ed not io try to eell dry goods and uducate when pall strictly In advance and 8.'.5D when not two tablespoonfuls of rock salt (table salt ' Char!ottsTljle(V M Blie of Btage, ituSO. EUht coun.iete ids ot Ucen. Juliet) t ID m tl 40 a iu time.-Sp- ort. i paid. Sample Copy of cuntnt vumbtr mailed upon S I'I p in H SO p in " KtchtuonJ ery Healing capacity, Including gallery, Ihe human race at the same will do). I'ut ull tho ingredients into uquurt " Niwnart New 10 1'! p in f. 35 p in 2. That we do not publish anonymous comimi rater to kwvI attracilrna of 25 cts i back numbirs, 15 eti. bottle, fill with ruin water. Ajply, rubbing W) p m 7 00 p in " Old Point ComlJN II nicattoai. vigorously with palm of tho hand, rri'iiiliim " Norfolk "llli cither. 7 40 pm A new process has been discovered by 3. That we do not receive postage stamps for 9ft4tVy Aiititi! 9 4U p in s ?:i p m " Wasblnrftou A painless method of treating an Inwhich the most delicate patterns, even of subscription, except to inako ihange. r utii a.tiic f.ioimeful ttm If " Paltliiinre H 21 ii in II Vl pill B. T. BUSH & SON, Fublishors, growing nail is to draw a woolen yarn unknown toutff 11 I'nlUlelpbl t mi h n; .1 i o a in i 4 That our advertising rates are be reproduced In Iron by 15 an I t.ll. a cents lace work, can to luTs.i W l.avq ioIJ contlJcr. der the corner of tho nail, leaving both ends " New Vork ii " a tn 0 ;o a iu .v. JBJBVOukrkol..il net lev i:io tc. i.tj ivari w a le.tnlln cry ax it casting the metal on tho fabric after the line each Insertion, or SI per Inch for the first inWjEm sauttatrlotur,. projecting, and let It remain thus uutll tho kii;ivcn iiiwf.iilcD. carbon'zjd. Molten iron sertion ti.iO per month, J3 lor two mouths and nail has giowu frco from tho flubh. A llttlo KM ur&ttfjij tit fabric has been Alc.lt .1 I.I.L, f; for three months, For Tickets, Hale, tuf nnat on. tu. ni.nlr at bo used to soften tho mutton tallow inny CjltriMCteilulC). Ticket ortlio ' ildr can be run on the most delicate fiber in the 9. That notices of deaths are published tree, but flesh about the nail, uml iu trimming tho liu Um. H. Y. Clnclnnatl.HBBH iv, '. ii h i'i. s.i it. carbonlzjd Mate without injuring or affectobituaries art charged for at the rate of 3 cents per null, allow the corners to project little (ieu'i I' '' Agt. ?d V re P e.M. t, CcUIDruciliti, libe H c'iiu i.J, J.uu atllle, K.T tho ilcsh. J ing It. TlL' 41.00, I. d i The country h learnine to utilizi waate. Making button- - of blood is in thia direction There i a Inr;e firtory in Bridgeport, near Cotcato, employing Wvtt 100 men, boy and girla, in whioh wv e ninml biord i converted into buuou. Toe tne firm La A man another larte factory w.v tre 6ret to introduce named Iliredi the bii'ine in thi ciuntry come year aer. He lest $10,000 ih fir-- t ix month?, but weal-tbimmfOi-elMuck to it and be i nn Tnere are a numb r of similar factories in E uUml. From s 000 to 10,000 salons of blood are need in Ihe BriJeeport factory every day. N iiliing but freeh beef blood ia used. Considerable of the blood evaporate during the precede of drying, but what is puie albumen. Some of it is litfht to color and some dark, according to the chemical treatment givea it. Theee thin theets of blood are then broken up, and are to be worked Into various shapes and Lirge quantities of blood sheet are f used by cloth uimufccturerii for "ettliog" Not only are the color in calico goods button made from blood in this way, but tons of earrings, breastpin, belt c!ap, combs aod trinkets are made aunually there from blood. It is a queer, odonfer del ous businesi-- , but a piying pbia Bulletin. -- FACETIOUS DRIFT. ItlCIIMUMl KhTKKl Some men objett to their wives wearing Photographs in all styles and sizos. shivt pocSei and exclaiming fervently, "You mens bin fronts and thokeis, tobut they M?tthiig Pictures in India Ink Crayon and k eat when it comes take a .tliau'i iuffr If I ctli help you," the beggar the gnxvr's bill. Water Colors. produced t nickel, wtiicti tie tmust into m; lady, just from A lot-Non being told by the servant that they had Htf .lri( la Krnm aa'l Vtiltat .rx low fruno's hand, anil was iff before a protest (Wt.jr no gooseberries, exclaimed"Why. what Price could bj mile. has happened to the goose f" Tun antipathy of felines to the sound of Cremation by ELtcmiCTTY -- A movetho violin 1, undoubtedly, due to their dis! ment is oa tjut looking to the ereclloi of approval of the construction of musical in- Notice of ill liluujH liu o on liiiutl lurie ami Nihi't lino of I'tirnl-lurnew crermtory whereii bjdle are lobe in struments from tho intestines of their and I'neli'rlulicr'H (JeiotlH. .11 y pricket will liu hh lew un niicIi relatnes. cineriled by electricity The scheme re ivm iu a trial and jou Tne ucd reirt.l J thn Karl i im Ko ifr fhai KooiIh can Im ltiui;lit Iu thr rllicM. Mr.N often wonder why the women wear Kd('b, Adam !tn;r I'Lillip Auloni n it 111 lie oeiin Incoel (hat 1 noli loner lliuii lliu garded a a feasible oue, aud it is belief ed hae irllel iheuitelTrs tcf.tber ribbons, (lowers and tho like in their hair C. 11. KuhrInrorporatMt will do much toward removing the preji-dic- e It undfr the name and strle to Umme is fuir to supiose tliut they do so for the of ehe Otnii-I.Tangpilc Liitlirr Kiuinuel ( nmo reason that men wear buttons on tho existing atibs cremHliou b? the elab Lincoln county of ottenheim dull-and Its prlrrlp.l plaiwf irau.a.ein orate methods pisc.ictd in Peuisyivania, back of their coats. DR. V B PENNY, M will Unnlb (.unljr Kr Tkv - imrsons an' not easily disconcerted Long I'Und and ebewiiere. Ttte electnctl S. The nature nf the MislneM io I iramaclel It ni.vfisr in the eourc of their cvelesiastleal duties. toorganlie, e.tabllth and unluliln a cnrlitlaa H on I ii !( ctematory is the invention ot u Sicilisn un loi'd. - It is a fact that they do sometimes paren- Cbnrchof the lutheran Coo;ie;a'loo ef tbiwe o ijiotokhiix:k, boartling-ftclioo- l. - Incorporation u do-fu- I -lf 1 n I ll. r. beOtK-lilieiui- , 1 The het is generated by a dynsmo of a pittern similar to that ued in Ihe iniHti-descelectric light system and succeeds in evapjratin,'?, as it were, the bjdies till noih New York Mail and Exing rem tin eut press rdy i. onc.-Pnila- thetically e.xehauge shots with disorderly un mix r of their congregation, but seldom do th'y break tho threuJ of duiourse on slight proves atiou. No comes to u tho story of a ball of butter that, after having lad at the bottom of a deep well for fourteen soar, wns brought to the surface unimpaired in color or flavor, nnd unn being expo-e- d to tho lieut, showed no signs of melting 'fills butt et ball will probably b much sought after as mi adjunct to tho manufacture of the foil style of panenkr. An old darkey in Klinini says that ho ilu ltng haul an ele short haul i LiW'tdH well us any one. dat do short haul am w iuir ele chuken roosts clje to do door on de roost, mi' de long haul nm whar do corchiciKn am in de fur oft upper ner ob de coop in de dark, an' you tub to do n beup ob feeliu' for htm afore you catches on, nn' den he Is so apt for to sing too loud dat de short haul um de prcfTerest lef-huu- d AJ-iwt- ce J prolitt'ix the w.irk of (ll ai II Ii lal I explained In tne jjoitollr l.wik' of e'oDeonl, l.iSO. eclally In the enlartol Auitlur Otnfettloa and thciiudlir I ittthUm ol Luiber, aod a sthfccl Houtand Omdery. .1. The amount ol capital niork slock shall not nor wore than SV U If si than dlfldnl Into fhausi ol Jl each, aid .hall I paid In men iln o iLstalliueutau tbeottiis if Ihe churih unr t. ral ;3aV? '&&" . iX-- "- n. ittiiv IM I. fnTHEH iHi I & wf III Iriend Vi g jB l- -l ? Hs pes X (2 rami sToiuhiunlioci Incor-Irate- d Weekly Courier- Journal pirs I .aaiPK .I H I tn cn nipi vbSmkSKuJSls &Erss a - mm IVjillMsl '&iiCSni Kl IjIA Vsl-- A FAST MAIL i.orisviM.K MOST nvriw ati up-plu- il SERVICE:M e - EHS B L i K(l 1 'uiir Thib Oia una Wou Flotol Still ruwn dis-solv- ' n & eer Hiu I,t si., v. f bo-yo- innni. -- l t &m& l2iim&JAilJMr&imim4 Wswlrit Sjrs1: