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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887100401 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. ml Crv VOL. XVI. fUeekln al-v- lutefitf LONDON, - miftm NO. 269. Florence Washing Machine. I have bought ihe right to sell the Florence M'setilng Midline anl am now prepared to furnish all who mar wish to aire their clothes frj-- i the iiil)!jn and tearing Incident to I tie old processol washing Take one anJ try It and ho convinced. I'll not worrr you "Irniit iiyln unless you aro In II y aitliQed as tolls merits. I will STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1887. Old Saws Made New Mr VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUVrr. louder than words ever Actions Work ctltle are scares nnd buyer are ill ; yuU can't eal your cake nnd lio'il on to plentiful, It, lor. A child of O. P. Bind, at Livingston, When the cat is awav, then the little has diphtheria. mice play; where there' a will there's G. H. Caaleel and Misa Julia M Bula way. lock were married TiiumUv. O.ife'i" deep in tlir mud a. ihe other in the A coal mine will shortly be opened and lnt0 operated at Lily, Liurel county, uim; Jon'i i nuip from the (r)iuK-pathe lirp. The strike at the upper Wildie quarry There's no ue oriitiis over milk ll at in on account of hack piy is yet on. g il ; no securer in i.io.iml !y ooruoience Mike Jennitigs, whose mind has been of k'llil'. bon'cring on lunacy, is improving. There must be some tire wheteier if We ate under obligations to thai clever euiciV. ( ; llio pi'cher cor oft lo I he well till jenilntiHQ. I)-- D.7H, for new items tiV bn kr. A Hun lay school was organized nt New By rogue (ailing out houeit men Kt Hope church S indnv las.t with 75 piipi!e their dip; whoever It file, he must put on Singleton and Fih aru the lateal to tne latitirh a merchantile lurk. at Brush Crpek All work and tin play will make Jack a station. tin I bos; a (hire if mtirh beauty i ever a Born, to the wife of John McMullen i'Ton the lit, a biv. Simtiel Joseph is tbe A. half luil is iMler than no bread at all; name given. ami prile ulway Kuelh before a pad fill. George Jolimou, a 12 year old boy, Vtl bind ami lit' ft id, have two Htrinj; living wiib William Fish, had his arm bro'oycurlm; comeulment U better than ken by full. richi. ( kno I). Bmlon haa hcitt'l at Wildie and l'he duvll fluds work fur hand' idle to Dr. Brown nt Conway. Have not learned do; a intts is an ood a a mile in lo you. where eithir are from. Yon ppeak of the devil he's nine to up The old original Ward miiu at Pine feu; toil run't make a silk puma from out Hill has been reopened and a fine quality a "o'n eir of ooal is being mined. A nun bv hi oompnijr ft.tyn in kuoarn, Mace Miller ha n mouse catching hen who llvrn in a i,'lnv hollo liould not thriw that devours as miny of those little pests a ntnne. an 'he can tnauage lo capture. When I lie biiml Uain the blind both will Th.re weie four additions to Ihe Chrisfail in the ili'cb; it'n btur lornliiaky than tian etui re o (Sunday night. Kjv. Hiatt btiuK' born riob. will continue preicbing this week. Little pitcliern hart bit; ean; burnt child Ad Citron, who is in the South with Mread the llr; though npniKiiit; the truth drove of horse', reports a dull market ami no one crediln a liar smm be is loing money on hi sale. in told; Sketch mty l nihcr, but Dr. Davis lays Rockcastle i noted for a tool like the fol that in tl.ore in plenty of rock, r scarcity pretlv wom-n . -flit-ret- s LAUREL COUNTY. W hor-f- a II J nknon tt Uo al Hiid uiu'e purchased severlast week ai good LAKSIGE dliTr ind vicinity everv uiornm; nt to ! ! rsulsr cuaioiua In Stanford 1'uhlinhcil TuvtutnuHHiul Frltlium -- AT prict- -. -- Mr t'J lMSll .vrvrvuiu. CAHIl. I' understood ll wtcrodlt that I.MO peeled will I J H. Jackson in'o at O d torn ii Uaion Cnurch Imd bin buggy run Kunilay and Two CchIh Per Pound. Acconntsdue nt the close of each month or when customer quits. nJ demanded. W. P. WALTONOne Dtlusion - fle iess Inn lo l'trhP - flu mis' li"P'" i W look t'oK !' nlvaiim ami that reudy to trli-vinterest if pr -r- valiun of t e l olety upon lb ih c- unr? republican liclnM, and hl I n of ill and ruin alares evurv inirrriin hMilrup'cy ,n ile hr nhoiili) ihu wicked ilemacrm rs I l tonlililiK lmw unicii muTfCil. lo the wild "loriw rrr. altachi-was Presidential cum uliil ilurii.K Ih" lixin, that 'In" flfCliin of the democratic it feet oiild be instantly followed h diMtirbancs of trade and rnnnini:. railroad uiillo wmlil bulKlinie would "top, mine would ! abn iloneil, manufactories would cln-H- , anil poverty would MHlct the country. Well, that delmlon has ben i!iwiil of f revrr, anil the republican rrgan, orators nml preacher are obliged, with vxtieuie rr.iirlinrr. In abandon a fnvorilc tet whi.li bad done itricirnt lervlce in many lb iltnfock oce a i mipilKi', ciptcially 1 ..r if the revival nf buninei" it aiifeirn the drwocra'ii la! Urn is.il'ins onlv ndmiiiilrallon to let into :irtlve workinc uiiUr lliui the people uiiitht be c uvinceil unler n bonent uovern-wen- t ',f Klltur J M. Kichardson, of the lilan-Clofrom Industrial activity rein thus apoloiii'n for h lack of to icean. nnlwilbalanilinir 'be dm fill orial matter: "Trie gentleman whoe ourneuieiii of our practical ne union claic mind i auppi nl to weeklr not frcm mine of the markelnof the world bv through then- column i forced In beg the the agency of that tlinlbleotae lei:cy left indtllgeme of hi' reidern for thin inue and -T'in b republicminm -- the war laritl the next. Lani week he nitended the Hart Vrk'U. CiUhty F.ir and caiitured a i'2'J premium ( ecial Irvn of tioi"hlin; with a home which belongn lo him after The work o' used by l'renidenl Cleveland on nt the murleaie in elevated. Th.n accide nl no tarn Weneru and Southern trip w. dre at bloated bin flnnhCen that jilal at present he " and the train i onii tecokt) x' no iiecnnity for descending lo ti e Pullman It the. dull routine, the grinding monotony of f the fiiient ever nude up in the world f In addition, the Glasgow Fair r,f the A firata, a cauipo'lte cir of work t nlnli the IVnnylvani vmtlbtile train, ihe Vel-- ac blown i'x horn til- - wtek, and the writer ban , and Mr. alwavn esteemed it n sarred duty, a' "nil an , a TMtlbu'e aleeplni-crThe fjrward car privilege, to patron ze and uphold by bin HloianV private car I' i presence ll vrorthy home inmitutiuna when ha an engine and dynaiuj that will electric lights for the whole iraio AM armed with a frea pas. He baa also a he propones the tipholntery hn been renewed and Mr. cuppol giinechiuketm l'mluHu'dcir han been complete'y clitnu-e- d to show in the poultry ring, and a baby from I'm original appearance. Klecir.c which will nbow itself in the baby ring call bella ate in all lie cir. Tue tittinun l' ruler thia multiplicity of circumnlancen, throuifhout are mom elaborate ami com he crave the generous ciaipinaion of bin bine all the comfort nf a tmlclin hotel readers, and advise them all toilet carking , and ami the luziirien of a uilliODiire'a mansion care go to the 'demnltion it ntandn reprenln J'JOO.OOO seek a ftwdaya of rest and recreation at The Iriin of properlv the Fair." wno haa much A youni: lady tf Auatio, soon aa we A Neat Compmmeet.-S- o lime to spate, and who In verf skilful i h can gel things in proper shape we expect the needle and sxce.a In all fancy crrchel to enlarge the Journal and rot enlarge the irk, has wade a uo'Ue druw. The ma price, either. We regret the nmallneea cf teria' iacDmmon spool thread, while, and our piper for in any rta ons, not the leant ibe eoiire dre' U b" crocheted work, among them in thit we have not room 10 beautifully flowered and slrotiiily made, copy Brother ll:irne' admirable letters lo jar la oftlrad the Intfkioii Jochnai, We read them aud abjtlt tn thou-an- il The sleeve" all, and regret that our sub'cribers do uot were ned In iti cnnslrurtion nd are In lb" proper "hape ahare our erjoyment. Tney are moreen. htb crccheted fja'cnej In by a lock. crocheted ntilch. It ertalolng than Talmage'n strmon, nnd iratriictive. - Jinin ne Jaur- in i very beautiful ilre'a bhi! Ihe vouni: la. fully a n dv telM ua ll tcok her three month M plele it -- Auailn, Ndv , Reveille. The Idea brgin lo prevail in European 1 rtrublicui in.pavi - llt tin-part- 'I flr)ii'' thit ' " "', "' '"",,t' can in Iuikit lniKir.r' men. litl u-du- 11 F.. It I It HO IV. '. EI.ICIS, Heailquartf ra at S. 8. Myers' store. targe number of Isnd npsculators en routi to Parry, Lulie an II irlan coun E. tie through here last week. Iaui dally opening an elegant line of Spring and Laurel county will not produce an avSummer Millinery, Including all enge crop thin year. Cirnis soiling at 50 IIAXVILL.E. KY. The Latest Novelties of the Season. cents per bushel; oats 10 cents and potatoes .r0 centa. Veryriittle wheat ws raised Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars His mimed ti hlie'eiant naw Imlldlnj oppo- than ever prepir- - and Cuds, l'.nchln. Corsets. Hustles, etc. Yoi Mi I,0 of Kiomtop, spent alto the pist in Man I la ed to accotummUte ttw public with lias plr tores ' WUI 8nd me at the rooms Utoly vacated liy Thuisday and Friday la town. l'nutojraptii to llfesizi. .Sitlilacllou iruar- - ley . Warren, next door to the Myers House, Mrs. KATE J)t!llEU.l It. II M. Jackson returned frjin Antwerp, O , teod. KM, AYKK9. J A 3. II. OIVK IS, Friday. Col. Kwell Ii is returned from the Notary Public. court-o- f Bsll nnd Harlun. Feed, a crowd went to O.d Union Sun Q lite AND day to attend Ihe Laurel United Biptisl ! SALE AT Association, which closed Sunday at 12 M. Sll Fifth Ktrcet, HaTlng rented the stable on Depot stret, I am About 500 peop'e were in attendance and a prepared to train and break horses on KY. goid old fahioned revival was indulged terms. County Court day trade tollcitcd. JOUX U. VA It EST EIt, (ia(j-lyRooms 3 and 5, Cromle Klok in i'. A J. 1 pail H. FOX, I'lIOXOGKAVlEEK, Bull-fro- m lC!-2- Livery, Training, AYRES& GIVENS, STABLE ATTORNEYS LAW, .) lt ba-tru- lht rro uni-vtrs- fr iifr n, of good liquor, fair crops and fat babies The 12 pound teeth of the mastodon, 7ir, - AI-liiny l- -e lately discovered in Misaouri, almost dj'ial the immense molars of Frank K'rby, noted for his eating abilities during the oyster, siusage and spare rib season. Fletcher Gray has been running Conductor Jim Brown's train on this diviehn while that popular individual wbs attend ing the Conductors' Convention and taking in Cinadian sights ami vNiling his old home. cr-nh"l- fur-nl'- is reported that three other iher have been eeen on Skegg's Creek during the week. The one that escaped laat Sunday i probably the one seen bv different par tits and thero is but one in tbe neighbor hood. "liieeding" Kansas is called because At a shooting match Silurdav a rough and tumble fuht was had between John she bleeds people who have money lo inProclor and Mat Winstead. After rolling vest in real estate. A Minneapolis landlady has been fined over a considerable space they were parted l by bystanders. But little damage was done $10 for slapping her hired girl. make one of ten to pay that woman's fine. to either belligerent. It's rather a damper on Ihe city of When a man begins frankly: "Well, sir, Louisville's pretentions to have it said she I am ashamed tc he generally has It -- D.'puty U.S. F. B. Riley left l Sunday for Louisville with IS moon-hinefrom Perry county. Mr. Kiley tell me the manufacture of illicit whisky has been reduced greitly iu the last two years and the busine-iis conducted with so much camion ibey aro captured only nt a great expense to the government. A gentleman joat from Perry county inform me of n terrible state of fcfiairs thai exist at Haggard Joe Ever'ole, one of the Everaole faction killed a man named Gtmbrtel there lat week, the latter being one of the French taction, lh.it caucd the trouble ocietiiiie ago. These men are prominent uierchtuts if that section. The entire town of Higard is armed with Win Chester rifles and bloodshed may be expected at any time. Dr. Moore, the specialist, Arrived here Thursday from Pineviile, where he was billed for one week, but owing to tbe trouble thai exist there be enly stayed one night. The evening he arrived at Pineviile a man was burled and next morning a man was shot for another burial tbe next day. The doctor thinks his new remedies will d them no good; that nine times out of ten if you shoot a man's head oQ he will not get well. Mar-hars f Slanlord, Ky. PEARSON & CLARK, ,TACKSN.SWCSE' Wholesale Grocers . & 11 AVest Main Htroot. Fnrc mill price, irny nml silulit tiilnsnrc met by i.ollto of thl- - 7K"Ji W0O3JCI5 potitiliir House. 20;.ilui. " MT VERNON, KY. . nlshcil IhrmiKlioiit. c F.B.RILEY, Proprietor. Thorough!' Itcnovnlcil nml Items-FlrxLiliiH-, LEXINGTON, KY. 1- - 203-6- I H-WHJEi- WILLIS HOUSE, ..,..., .... SI,, T17TT.T.T5! JIM.V d.Jr.. bai no Pnra etvu and Tl.la Proprietor, ' n Hotel Is still main- Thlsold and talnlngits fine reputation. Charges reasonable ipKlal attention to the traveling public. ui ji. p. srn'cojiit,vn't. Mt. Vernou, Ky. clean and well furnished rooms, thl Hotel sujrior. (fool emu pie rooms attach!. UOl-l- y f .' 00 per day. J.IO. M. PESK1HS. BaoDHF.au, Kv., May, 137. Albright A Martlu beg to Inform tbelr many friends and customers ol be change in firm name R S M11TIX. THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, tOH. JIAItTIN A PJEUKIXS. ' 2D A JKFKKIISO.V STS , TinTCWrTT - - - H.X., The new firm honfs, not only to sustain the rep utation of theold, but intends to make many Improvements In the manufacture ol tobacco which will be to tbe Interest ot our customers. Wo wilt lnmis unrr.at attention to oar Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, llesprctfully jour,, we remain, VAX F. laYOXS, Prop. Stroot Ctrs pass tho Hotol for all ' Depots, Tho Exposition, Race Hi Smiles from Puck, Courso, and all plaoos or The humbug has no wings at all, but he interest. Special rates gets there just the same. It is when a boy reaches the age of eight to Merchants and years that be begins to hate bis father. Commorcml Jl A JIT IS .t I'EIIKIXS. aW"" JKKAWCW DIM.S.BUKDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KY. Has bad an experience ol over fifteen has successfully treated hundrels of cial attention is given to the treatment eases of tbe eyes. Name and address cured given on application If doslred. years, and cases Speof all disol patients 220-C- a ItA-OVE- Mon. SU.OO X'JEIl DAY.1 We-wil- NOTICE. To tho Citizoa of Lincoln County: ' . rf-- " Having recently ejulpped alfnaBjler Mill In thetovnot s"tanfrt ttat we ilef any Mill to' equal In quality ! bow-wow- season after beginning il. It will be rather a set back if they decide (o c'o-- e it an is pieJicted by some. Martin Dixon, tbe darkey whose mind was generally eogaged oil the problem as to the best plans and methods for appropiating otber people' pistols to his own usp, con eluded Stttirday that his chances for the penitentiary were two bright should he remain hrs to work out one of his sentences on the rtreet, so he acr.pjd Ihe town mud from hii feet and departed for other pas Anoldntraw hat thai ia of no fut'hsr tine may be turned into a verv pre'tv b'n ket. Tnkei Cir the brim and line Hie une-- ri r w t'l a piece o' mla. either old or new, A caictiuiK it over the edtfe in a pbtl imndle mav ba made by paraing il over the rrswn of thu hal, fastening It on each nide Mid makliiB a loop ol about thre e ghlhe. n of an inch Sjch a bukot maktn a pretty nnd useful addition to a writing table to A an old lady patted our drugeit on hold odds and enda of pena, riibbirs, eeal-i- the bick .he -- aid; "Ganter'a Chicken wax or thread, thimble and laccyanrk. Cholera Cure la all you teomuiend it to be. armies that it in better to wound n man in i"r-- i men are battle than to kill him, taken out of line to cm fjr a wonmled man than f.ir a dend cm. Hence rji'nion at prceat favora a aunll b He for tbe magaThe anl zine ritles now bein introduced dier, too, when consulted about the mailer, prefers being shot twlc to being killed once. could not run an exposition through the something to tell of himself that he is proud of. To attend church with a pretty girl does h chrisnot make a permanent, tian of a young man, but it has a temporary religious tflect, the sincerity of which cannot be questioned. Henry Cay said that he would rather be right than President It would have sounded better if somebody else bad sard it for bim. 11 it we ought not to disparage a man who has been cold Clay for so many years. Nothing will put murder into a man's ture. heart quicker ih n tout successfully try to Thoae in and abnuotir Uwn would do well to have ill sir coal bouaes filled now open a re ractor car window for a pretty sizjs bigger while the weather U gooJ, from the local girl and have a man about two than lie is step acron nnd opsn it almost mines, as it will be next to impossible to get coal shipped from the Litirel and other without an eflirt. sure-enoug- say" "sk-"- "-. G A1TTEE' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s ot to patronlte and sustain the same We wish to In-- I form whom It may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price tor same. We rave added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person It ciuuot be i qualcd by any other Mill In this vicinity We solKit a trial In our tijur and meal department. All having grain in our line lor sale will pleise call at Mill, where our agent can be found at all times, who will give the prices tor same, Uim d aid ship stud" always In ortbur, tvetala the citizens the county should have COtl ay prldo enough i i " ai-t- r is . .i. runs. Niiwm fctanford Holler MillTo. isi Notloe of Amoudmont Articles of Incorporation. The undersigned amend tbe artlclrs of Incorporation oftbetitruford P.cller Mill Company, adopted Feb 17. 1SS7, ant on thatdiy filed for re:ord In ihe Clerk's ottice ot Lincoln county. Ky , as follows: I Tho Capital Stock ol said jjLjfOapgsaygsS1' mine for same months even if the present NEiauiORLV. 'Is that family that has str'iKe among the miners should end with moved in next door neighborhV asked one in a few day as the coitrict of the opera Sioux Falls woman of another. "Yes, they tors with the ritlroad couipiniei nnd Large appear to be. They've borrowed llour of manufacturing Grma will abaorb most all me twice, tea once and sugar three times the coal they ctn dig bitween now and got our tub and the natch- they It improved my young chicken -t- hey've (' evelsnd.Ojio, which in reputed to uever had gap&a since I CiTtl give it to have mote red btaded gltle thn nny city Ibem and such a Ibioz a cholera ia un " Slid by Melt bertn on the continent, fa all torn up over Ihe known amonc Ihem auburn-haireBlagg. while home cmo. It Is Mid Ibat girl have ben followed for ru.ua.rea Acrapa hind around ttie arm i now con bv vouni: men looking for the accompany g'ldered nulli '.lent mourning for a t ing whim horse, and the police have had lo relative. It look quesr to see an elabor- Ki,L,.i hBatlDSaled 10 Btop the wnuian with Ihla eonaninnnn ther moie while horeea will have lo be eent emblem of erief cuntrnting with tbe bright to Cleveland or eome of the colore, but it haa ll e advmtag. of econo girls will have to go onewnere. ine euu my lion is getting strained. On Tub Tiuin Old Lady -- "C inducA St. LouU paper soberly replUs to a cor- tor, I hope thr ain't g line to In a collisrespondent: "II you are a married man ion." Conductor -- "I guess not." O.d L vnur wife can compel you to support ber dj I want you lo be very keerfnl, I've If you are not she can'l." The correspoi got two dozsn egs in this basket " dent was probably satined one way or the Bitween 75 and 100 young ladies of Atother, lanta, Georgia, and vicinity, have agrred to Thetemperacce folks will petition the form a mounted escort to President Clevenext Legmlature for an act, prohibiting the land and wife on the occasion of their visit gale and manufacture of Hcpuor within this to the Piedmont Fair. Petitions twill be circulated in county. "You are weak," said a widow 1 1 her sou, each precinct for the signature of persons when he remonstrated against her marry Bulletin over ill yeusof ing again. "I know it," he replied, "I am suf A Kansas man says ol tbe woman so weak that I cm'i go a experiment tried there, that the frK.e Five hundred nnd fifty tons U the weight doubtful and obbntinnah'erlars of women of of tho gold held in the vaults of the Univote every lime, while lM..ly a tenth ted States treasury. the better claps vole at all. d ilit-tan. Indianapolis Journal. .,,, dtupany shall be forty thousand dollars. II. The torpiMtlno all ill at no time incur a debt exceeding twenty lx thousand six hundred 'JJJ-Iand fifty dollars, have Then O. A. LACKUY, Chrislmi. lengths of stove pipe and the W.U. YVKLCII, el and two H. 5. WiniUR), George nnd Maihsck Gentry are tak baby curiage, and tho woman empties all 8. H. SHANKS, KOUEJTD3HEID, TIOJ.FO STKR. ing in tbe city. Nito Erana is holding the slops over tbe fence in our yard, and I down the depitat Pittsburg for a few days. see her coming across now to hang ber Peter Siutts is recovering from his relapse clothes on our line." "I shouldn't think ! of typhoid fever. W. A. Fortune, of Madi-eotyou would like to have them borrow things the gentleman mentioned in this col- so much and act quite so free " ' Oa, 1 do MISS SALLIE ITARRISON, umn sometime since as being the poasa'sor not worry much about it. We've got their Stanford, haa opened of several smill Fortune, is vwitiug mop and about half their dishes and their FormerlrolCincinnati, ar.d all orJersa toPurchasing Agency In ber at 127 frieodsat this place. Mrs. KiaTyree, left rolling pin and washing machine, and tbe West 8th street, will receive personal and prompt Shu will maka n specialty of Dress attention. biimlay lor .uanstieid .Mo., to visit a son. other day I borrowed ten sticks of wood Goods, but will receive ord-r- s fur Furniture, Carpets and In fact everything one could wish. The Mr. aud Mrs. C. 8. Nield and Jack Conm from them, and each afternoon our hire! patronaze of the ladles ot this section especially of Allamont, wete here Sunday. girl puts on better clothes than the woman Dave Adam-- , who i a full Hedged has (o her back and walks up and down on American citizen, under the fifteenth the sidewalk, and to night I'm going to put amendment, aged 70, and whose reason is out poison for their dog. Oo, we're getting not Ihe brightest, claims to have entered along very uicely, and I think they re RICHMOND. KY into a contract with a colored brother going io be very pleasant neighbors. This Full raculty. AiIvnnlnBf. llcllliy liK'.it lotl Eleven I.Perart-tiioulrlamed George Mullins to aaslst in making if hlu.lv In alio cut vt always was a pleasant neignborhood." region. Ketliicdmid lioi.plt.ible communlllue (lr a crop, the con-- i leration being the hand in ity. Moderate cipcii-- . 110 to Jim. Attend.iiii.-- i Dakota Dill. l.tat selon 23i., froml'.Stites. Nrav Srsaio-- . OPlNa marriage of one of Mullins' daughters. W full Inrnrinntlnil and Catalogue, etrr. II, " Of all tbe diny vulgarians 'that now af irriyto L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. The crop was made and Dive claims to have discharged his obligations and sayt tlict society, none are comparable to Ihe Mullins has not and will not fulfill his part man that spi's tobicco juice on tho 11 tor. of the btr.ain. The old darkey is looking The boor who sits at tbe table and picks around to see if the las--s of our land will his teeth with a fork is a gentleman of the namo on a paokago of COFFEE In a with guarantoo of oxcolleucts. give him the proper protection, relief, Ac. most refined sensibility as compired PiircliftMiiigJ.igeiiey Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be con- inced of its efficacy only requires a bottle is enough for trial. A It is guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly .uisficd with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-centwo-third- s i, For sale by Mcltoberts A 8tajr$, Stanford, L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. aBKil- - -- TUK CENTRAL UNIVERSITI; -- WITU K "NE SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. LonlHTllte !.-- ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA to Nanhvllle, AtlnntH, Meuiplila, AIunlKouiery. i The old man should have full reparation for cervices rendered. The latest Nebraska woman to dietln- guish herself is one who dropped in to see the postmaster and wore out a horsewhip on hint as a slight token of her esteem. A doctor was horsewhipped by a lady in Kansas (he other day, and still the Western editor remains unslupged. The millennium mutt be close by. him Lexington Transcript. Mobile unit New OrleniiH. Only one Little Hock. age.-rMay- svllle step-father- The jailer of a Colorado jail didn't want to be too hard on the prisoners and he allowed them a fiddle Inside of it were concealed a lot of saws aud that night 11 prisoners fiddled their way to freedom. More than 100 years after the close of the Revolutionary war 35 widows of soldiers in that war remain to draw pensions. chane to points In 3toro3 from tho Atlantic to tho Pacitio. COFFEE is kopt in all first-ola- ss Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road will COFFEE is nover good when oxpo3ed to tho air. Always buy this brand inhennetioally Boaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. Ac, or special rates. srSee Agents of thl Company for rates, rout write recelr, c p ArM0RE G.Pf AT.. Louisville, Ky. r. A Hon. M J. D ii i) am and wife arrived Tho friends of Gov. Lee, of Virginia, from Washington C.ty Saturday night and state positively that he will be a candidate aro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Durfor the Senate. ham, by whom a reception will he given Capt. John Craig, superintendent of Wf ilulreto mil jiui attend n to lurlieta niiil thoni Wednesday night. the government depot t Jeffersonvills, died ltitiiecaee ol the uouimunwuattli vs. in that city Sunday. Jasou Blockety, fjr malicious shooting, Three men and two boys were suffocawhich came upon Saturday, the defendant Ol cfsry tliicriptloi'.wlitili wc kre p constantly vtt Inn n ted in the Boat Colliery, at Ashland, Pa. jt i to i iuo nti-- rxaiulnnlt si wr.'l was scquitled by tho peremptory instrucThirteen others were temporarily overcome tion of the court upon conclusion of the by the gas. testimony for the prosecution Mr. James Sheridan Faulds, son of Mr. Which no mall house cm compete with Whin you no !oAli garounil, wpwitlihow jon tb Mrs. Henry Hamilton, Sr., and Mrs. David Faulds, of Louisville, died Sunday Henry Hamilton, Jr., of Dtllas, Texas, at Turlingham, Nebraska, of consumption. who have been visiting old friends in Danfor a long time as the He was known We ire agents for, the Iu I lie market, alto the ville and vicinity, left for Louisville dude. Gov. Buckner has appointed Dr. Will and Shelby county, where they will make IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, Rogers, formerly of the Lexington Insane a Mbort visit to relatives before returning Sotnelhlnu new and nore I ami Hie flnett thing of the klml In In our linn of llestlng aihl look Asjlum, and now of the Cincinnati Sani- home Stotei, we enn plcih iikmI fmllilloui p Iwih price and and pUtly In llratlug Motet, w we wlih lo ihow you mnethlni; eitel lent Of (ourie we keep l.tme, Ccuirnt, .sIt, Ar., and In UU Mr Morris Farrls, who has been retarium, First Assistant Superintendent unthere liftrarcoly anything wu hau'li(t that Ii any ttilmc near our line. Couio In when ytx are lu der Dr. Pusey, at the Anchorage Asylum ading in New Mexico for the past three town and weihall to delimited lo make It pleastnl lor rim Very Iruly, The Grand Army, now assembled at years on arcotint cf his health, is in town St, Louis, should change its name to Grand on a visit to his family. He will remain Army of Republicans, for it appears to In Kentuckr so long hs the weather is mild have pretty conclusively esUblished its and pleasant. His health has been almost Covington Common- completely restored. claim to that title Tho Schubert (J lartelte, f Chicago, wealth. Dun & Co., report the failures iu the made up tf Messrs 8. T. Butel, lenoi; United States for the lat three months at Homer F. Stone, tenor; John It, Tiley, bari1.93S with liabilities of 573.022,550, against tone, and George Iott, baso, asssisted by 1,932 for the same period in 1SS6 with lia Miss Einet WycofJ, mtzzj soprano and . bilities of The heavy specu- Mis's Georgiella Lay, pianist, will give one lative disasters cau-e- d the nenvy increase of of their chaste entertainments at the Opera House TutsJay night liabilities. Dick Herr, son of the famous horse The prisoners convicted at the latx W. Q Emison A Co., will remove their breeder, died Bundar morning of icth taterm of the Circuit Cjurt, the crimes and In afGrmiog the death sentence in the caeof Jiiuerf Biichanan, who murdered J. wholesale whisky house to Lebtnon from rnation of the stomach, aged 33. He was the terms of their imprisonment are as folLexington. well known in turf circles, and was at the lows: William Coleman, grand larceny, IS V. Kojo in Wolfe county, the Court of Ap P. L. Avery has accepted tho republiHo inonlht; Nelson Anderson, grand larceny, head of the Lexington Gun Club peals, reiterates In the following forcible termx ite foiiusr ruling that drunkenness is can nomination and will make the race for leaves a wife, the daughter of Rev. IF. P. 1 year; William Thompson and Joseph Walker, and several children. 1 year each. They Wihou, no excuse fur crime: 'Drunkenness, that Mayor of Louisville. Toe State Women's Christian Temperwill probably be tnken to Frankfort on by far the most fruitful source of crime in GARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. Wednesday. our State, wa? the cause of it. Our statute ance Union is in session at Lexington, vith Lancaster. Circuit Court closed Siturdsy evening makes it an offense, and one crime should about 50 delegates present. - Circuit Judge Given", of the Mrs. Joe KothweP, of Harper, Kansas, and will begin at Simerset this, Monday, Hendernot privilfge another. Intoxication, often OZET- indeed, usually excites the homicidal pas son district, has appointed a negro to the is on a visit to her father, H. C. Arnold, irorning. On Friday evening the i'lry in office of jury commissioner. Sr , of the upper part of the county. the case of John Hamner, charged with sicriB and makes one hod is ?iumani generis, Messrs. McCleUnd Johnston and Geo. rape, brought in a verdict of guilty and fixThe debt reduction of September was and if it could serve to excuse or mitigate R. Bradley left yesterday for a trip to New ed his punishment at ten years in the peniN 217,960, leaving the total debt a greater cflense it would be a shelter for Mexico and Arizin.i. Mi's Joie Robon, tentiary, the loweU penalty, as the punish-men- t in the treasury $1,255.526396 the bad element in society and an invitation Mis Pr.oibe Cjuzins, who has been ap of LsGrange, is visiting at R Kinnaird's runs from 10 to 21 years. The verto tho coamission of crime Sjch n rule Elder G. L. Surber has been holding dict is not a popular oce would endanger the very existence of the pointed U. S marshal in Missouri, is tho am"ru lawyers quite an interesting meeting at the Fair and thoughtful people generally, who heard social fabric, and is fuibiddeu by eyery ron first woman who ever held such an office. The rate war is over, but the railroads view church, in this county. L'p to this the testimony. His attorney, Hon. John sideration of public policy. rate to St. Louis writing there have been ten additions. Six VanWinkle, moved the court fcr a new are making a round-triThe grand army meeting at St. Liui during the fair at one fare for the round were baptizsd at Paint Lick Friday. trial, which v laid over until next term; with that idiocy trip was not characterized I understand the Louisville Southern in the meantime the deVidant remains in COKMUtwhich the puerile ravings of Fairchild, engineer are in the Backee neighborhood jail. A train rao over a carriage at ColumTattle, Foraker and other hydrophobic bus, O., and mangled its occupinte, Mrs. surreying a route from R!chmond to H)n. Peter Cooper, the philanthropist See indicated, but with a conservatism, Bell and Mr3. Henderson, beyond recogni Why don't they come to the once said: "In all towns where a newspawhich shows that the better class of old tion. metropolis, Ltncastei? soldiers are still somewhat in the ascenden per is published every business man should Messrs J. R. Young and Scheffoiur, The new United States Senate is comdency. The resolution to condemn the posed of US republicans, 37 democrats and beth of Arkansas City, adyertise in it, even if nothing more than were here president for bis veto of the pauper pension Kiddleberger, sometime one and sometimes last week, booming that city. They will a card, stating his name and the business steal was voted down 31S to 175 and that the other. run an excursion from Lnuiivil'e on the he is engsged in, It not only pays the ad is about the proportion of the true soldiers This is indeed a bad year for whisky 11th. From what they say Arkansas City vertiier, but lets people at a distance know and the ccflee cooling awes in the organiza- men. Failures are reported on all tides, is going to be the city of Southern Kansas. Ih it the town you live in is prosperous tion, Judge John P. R?a, of Minneapolis, the latest that of B. Watben & Co., LouW. Yancey rather surprised community of business men. As the seed Elder G. J. was elected Commander in Chief, Columisville, for $90,000. his congregation Sunday by resigning the is grown so the fruit recompenses. Never bus, 0, was chosen as the next place of Amelia Speech was burned to death pastorship of the Chri-tia- n church at this pull down your tign while you expect to meeting and encampment struck tents. near Georgetown She was old and infirm place, which be has ho successfully and do business, for it often indicates that busiand had been left alone and in some way ably filled for the past two years. It is bis ness is poor and you are losing your grip, The President's swing around the circle intention to enter the evangelistic field, be- commercially speaking. The judicious ad- bss been cne grind ovation from the start the house caught fire. At the trial of the pneumatic dynamite lieving he can do more there for the Master vertiier will receive in return ten dollars and thousands of people all along the route Brother Yancey for every one invested in the columns of a have striven to do him honor. At every gun, at New York, 11 shot were fired in 10 than he can as a pastorminutes. All the shots were accurate at a has many friends here, who will regret to live newspaper." paint that bis train has stopped the demongive him up. The Grand Army has developed its polstrations have been of a most complimenta- taiget 2.000 yards away. Married, on Wednesday evening, Sp icy. It is for the old llag, (he old shirt and Louis Tasky, a miner at Tower, Minn, ry nature, showing that the people love him both for the enemies he has made and was burned to death iu the attempt to res tember 2S, at S o'clock, in Mexia, Texas, at a pension. It, in effect, proclaims that it the wiedem and uprightness of bis admin- cue his two children from bis burning cab- the residence of Mr. J. W. Caldwell, broth- saved the country and owns the country, istration. There is hardly anything iu the in. His wife and one child are left desti- er of the bride, Miss Kate Caldwell, for- and demands a pension .f not less than $12 merly of Garrard, to Capt. T. A. Hord, of per month for every man who seived in the future to certain as that Mr. Cleveland will tute. Henry Johnson, a member of the Sal- that city. Miss Kate is a grand daughter military or naval forces of the United be bis own successor to the highest cfike in vation Army, was arrested at Rome, Ga,. of Ike la'.e Jones Adams, of this county, and States three months or "enduring the war," the gift of a grateful' constituency. n and much admired here, and is now in indigent circumstance) and while leading charge against wa Henry Clements, a Methodist preach him being an in prayer, the on account of her beauty and vivacious unable to earn a sustenance. This lots the ' attempted outrage on a er at Millersburg, Ohio, put the muzz'c of manners, We all wisn her a ad the cap'ain bars down and would add .'00i)0 names to , old child. a shot gun in bis mouth and pulling the George Westinghouse has bought 950 much happiness. the pension ro'l anil increae the expend it ' trigcer with his toe, blew all tho top of his The Garrard Female College will bs 'ire for pemions until the amount annually acres of land on the Pennsylvania road, behead ctT It dawned on his mind that be It is a fact appropriated would aggregate $200,000, ' tween Brinton and Walls statiois, paying sold on the 10th of O.tiber wss a failure as a preacher and be did not jl.SOuJOOO. He intends to erect a montter that the proprietors of Beret College are to 000 -- Louisville Times. care to itflict himself further upon the plate-glabe present and bid on it. Do the good peofactory. That the education of youth ought to people. It would be the clever thing for and Garrard propose to Six of the convicted of ple of form the princpal part of the legislator' several alleged preachers we know to go whipping E P. Helms, a homesteader on allow the control of this school, for which attention, can not be a doubt, since educaand do likewise. government lands in Christian county, Mo., they have worked so hard and earnestly, to tion first moulds, and aflerwurds sustains The sheriff's bill for banging Albert Tur- received sentences of Imprisonment at hard pass out of their handr? A little action is ttie various modes of government, The Put your heads to ner, the murderer of Jennie Bowman, in- labor ranging from two months to one necessary, gentleman better acd more perfect the plan of goyein gether and pull a little The debt is n 151. year. cluding the sckflnld p.nd rope, was nient it is Intended to introduce and up W E F. Milburn, a member of the trifling one and can bsi paid. Surely you Hangings come a little high, but if a pleIn this important objj!t, fellow cili intend to quit now, after having spsnt hold. thoric treasury could be depleted in pay Tennessee legislature from Green county don't Z)ns are all tqually and deeply concerned; it wculd be the beet money Etet Tennessee, shot and killed a young bo mucti already for this institution? ing fcr and as they are all united in one common ever spent in Kentucky. A dtz;n hang- man named William Ward, at Greenville, MADI30N. W. L. Crutcher has rented work for One common purpr a , their e Juca ings a day from now until Christmas would who called him a liar when he characteriza part of his farm 275 acres - to John E. tion ought to be regulated by the general jail hardly exhaust the number of those that ed Ward's mother as a whisky-sellin- g Baldwin for$900.-O- ld Peavine, the noted consent, and not abandoned to ths blind de bird. deserve it. stallion, belonging to E W Powell, died cision of chance or to idle caprice. ArisThe steamer T. D. Sims, on her way The Industrial and Commercial Conven- from St Louis to Memphis with about 600 last week. He wsb 26 years old and known totle. ay all over the State as a grjat show horse. tion opens at Louisville and conDuring fie last ten days dure hasbojn tons of freight, including 250 bales of cotHe captured a $1 003 premium at the St. tinues in session three days. Qov, Knott ton, 2.500 racks of cotton seed, and over Louis fair and has taken several $100 and a decided advance In tobjeco of all grades. will call it to order and explain its objects, This has been more especially noticeable 5.000 barrels of meal and flour, burned to $500 premiums At Mrs. Higginbotham' jrrrrjriirn n u u ir it ir u i m it-- n. n n- iiiXY.yfcfeiSS5S. and Gov. Buckner will preside. Lincoln lJU.ll. J Jtthe water's edge Friday about 17 miles sale 12 milk cows brought $27 to $10: 12 in the better grades of Hurley, but the priwill be represented and an excellent paper ces of darker tobaccos have also advanced above Memphis. Two lives are reported suckling calves $17 a head; 2 fat cows $38 descriptive of the county and her re Tne advance has ranged from 1 to 3 cents lost. The boat was valued at $20,000. per head; 9 yearling cattle $26 per head; 30 will bo presources, by W. H.Miller, John Swinton has declined the socialis- feeding hogs $10 10 a head; 22 shoats $ ) a on the pound. This upward move in the sented. prices is due to a certain extent to the retic nomination for Secretary of State on 31 per bure'j corn in the Five newspapers were sold under execu- the ground of iil health and the necessity head; old corn $3 cent frost, and the fear on the psrt of tie tions in Kentucky last week, the last being of mending his private affairs, which he field $2 producers that the crop might suffer still the colore.! organ at Lexirgton. And yet says have been ruined during his devotion lie was stroking her hair foundly she greater damage if not out Imrrcliately editors, to the cause of labor. J. Edward Hall, a had beautiful hair, which was not overthis does rot teach the would-LLouisville Post. OK.ir.ltK IH- - who want to 'launch their crafts on the machinist and Knight of Labor was chosen looked when inscrutable Providence wa A great story comes from the central por Drugs, Books, Stationery anil uncertain sea of journalism," that there are In bis phce. painting things red and tbey were very, r of this State of a man who promised many more alleged newspapers now than very happy. The old folks had gone to tion John Pierce, a member of the Turner raiiujniubiDO. rOtlN ? a tch. his dying wife that hn would not marry re making bread for their owners. i Jk J gang in Bell county, has been shot and mor bed again, she at the same lime placing an iron fhnlclana' airuraMy compounded "And during the busy hours of the day, All Ik Hoke and Jabob both run for mayor tally wounded by a posse that was attempt- George, dear," the girl went on, "do ring on bis linger to seal the promise. Not , "rljdU A Plowman Avery will turn them both under ing to arrest him on the charge of particiIP.U.Bj thoughts of me ever come to you? Do you heeding bis promise, he did marry again, JEWELLER. JJPWUMMl sure as a gun's iron. Hoke, who has baa pating in the assassination of Howard Mon his bride took the Iron ring from his think of me occasionally while in tLe cares and jme experience as a nickel flipper, ought roe, Pierce resisted arrest, firing upon and and respcinibilities of your busy business finger. Shortly after the poor man's side The Largest 8totik of Watohea, (Hooks, to induce the oleaginous Jacob to try him slightly wounding a deputy sheriff. Thorn lift?" wasparaljzid and the finger became so JhwqItv and Silverware as Henderson Is In Jul at Pineville chargheads or tails for who shall withdraw. "I)) you think of you occasionally?" he swolen that the ring could not be put on It murder of Mon ed with complicity in the fcrer Niugi I io tin market Prlrra than replied, with lender reproach. "Yes, in- again. As VKBDicTED, the prohibition amend I toets aut Jewelry Ke Ida Luwrai H'an roe. palrxJ cm it.uri nutUe ud Wrf.tuu. 1 do, love, every time I see a white deed inent was defeated in Tennessee by about &itt$r::JMF It is said that In the first ages of chrin Hon. S. E. Hill has assumed the duties New York Sun. horse." 20 COO majority. The movement, from retianity Satan sought to destroy the church of Adjutant General of Kentucky, with cent indications, appears to be on the wane Col. S S. Anderson as clerk, Capt. Ernest by persecution and failed, bat that when he A Newport girl went down town yesterToo many finatice, like too many cooks, Macpherson, of the Louisville Legion, U day without a bustle on she accidentally joined the church and patronizjd it with are n g appointed Lieutenant Colonel and assigned forgot to put it on. And while excusing worldlv power and prosperity, he succeeded EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRURTnnc! ...... . The good news comes from Virginia that to duty as Judge Advocate General of the btr appearance in consequence thereof to a in well nlgb smothering the life out of it, the peanut crop there this year will aggre- Kentucky State Guard. Dr. D. W. Yan- - rron tinman flrniififnt Afir A. fltiA mt fin the . It looks much as though he had succeeded Ci hw.w W -- .JV.. ""w" uiiu rreparaiory Courses of Studv of the gate 1,600,000 pounds. It boots cot now dell, of the Louhville Legion, has been Bldewalk, aha got miffed juat because he l" "taming dia memDeranlp in rorvrv """""i uuiuiiiciui.il iimmiinti:i:h ii:ri:ivi:i op " I churchea of the lOih centurj.-Wo- rds Fall lerm beBini SEPT. 14. IBB7. For CATALOGUErnr.r. and and other inform.;.!... TiT whether the corn crop is short or whether commieeloned by the Governor aa Surgeon avmpathlzjd with her and told her ahe did JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.. LEXINGTON Tv l j Weapons. Journal. General. not need it is even gathered. has been nttempting to pound satisfaction out of no individual named Sweeney with October 4 1887 his Gits. He ought to have known that Stanford, Ky the hide of a pjliticmn if too much even 'or the horny hand of an editor, and used a W. P. WALTON. cane and a touch one At that. Too much grit artl too little discretion, old fellow. AsmwnatioN i the favorite ujcde ol The Louisville Exposition, which was bloody fienda, who Bre too cow murder a fraud upon the name, has closed, the dittdljr to give their victims even a fighting rectors very wisely deciding that it was chance, and ol nil the murderers the aa'afs-i- belter to shut it up than permit it to shut anil contemptible is moit loaih-ODi- e itself up, It was a miserably poor show )je of Ihie ctAEup of human hyenas baa and yet well worth the quarter of these iut attempted the lives of Judge Kobert who had the time to throw away upon it. FJjvd and Judge Lewi", of Harlan. Accord mg (o the Barbotuville Xacs "They were Tilt Courier Journal is so overrun with returniri: to Harlan C. II., after a visit to advertisements that it announces that it Wallin'n Creek to church, and when they will if sue a daily editlou of Gl columns till had reached Judge Lewie farm, about live further notice. The greatest paper in the mi lea from town, they were fired upon by Southwest is on a deserved boom. ooie one acroca the river The bullet, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. which went wido of its mark, wa evidently intended for Judge Lewis, HarlanV county The capacity of the Oiio Falls Car judge, wlire life had been threatened by a Works is to be increased to 40 cars a day. young man named Blackburn living in the The Louisville Jltpulican only brought county. Blackburn wa arrested and is $500 at auction. I. will not ba published now in jiiI there." The ec.inp can only again. be punished for nmult under the law, but Van F. Lyons, proprietor of the St. it is one cf these cases that an outraged Cloud Hotel, Liuinville, is dead of Bright's people should make an example of by disease. quartering him or burning him at the The administration plan of purchasing stake. Dath by easier mode) are too Rood bonds has released S2S.000.000 from the for such creatures. treasury StmM cehls Inicriorlournai Kentucky has 10152 pensioners, 'ret to observe tb.t our friend, I'rey Woodson, of the 0 wsboro Mecnga, are pit i quarterly $313 0S0.50. We re who OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNlt. jytejiif ioi. jPltstm 1 'sV Complete Haine of Groceries Oni- JJtoclv oi lit Ilardwarcj IMow.s, Oliver Chilled and Imperial u. mi, lo-d- ay ! JftOOKElt A JIlllttllT. $27,2-J7.f30- BUY house-breakin- GHOCKBIKa T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STS.. Kna, MAIN & J i.ivr orsT this - BIEr3T well-know- WATERS ot DAVIS, ss Bild-Knobhe- tc-d- I - . E-q- jL ieter. B. e PHARMACIST, ai( ,-- P"'. C(,V" ri $ & V . aut,'..t Me&mimmL , I J TATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. ec-m- - Aft "' tiitTiv anv.-rXew- port '""" s V M wuiwviMY4Kmamiicmititfvuftwri0-irv- tM'trmitw.M&vrmmmMMfitmtatwmmtiMndtitli:miitorM.: BO r li m U 1 WAI.TOS Mil npicM Mlortlnn tJ , ol 'iftiiwuwwwnTOiaMwwiiiruMjittiw Vn.I. HAItNIITKHtuhf iliil not I Ciui-l-i- i whh a I. nl ('imli.n fwri flfr i r,h"1'' Ji"""" '""" W1P liri"g nl l,i'"' Aa1 CoUDlv'lu. 118 i.eus.oueH who Ky. 18S7 draw 1,103 25 a quarter. October 4, TllC little t'ok.' Hiiertid (jr 111 thi pi-- pr 110 to $2 10 profeil to boat Mr Hue WriKht', In ceil'.; whi' TOretn.; c rn $2 Kiiiyu Oystkih pervl m nn Mylr from por bi'rel 111 11, e tie d. He houieho d .nd I fl. O. WALTON, UuBlnoHH Unnntror. dnrliht till 10 nt nli;ht during the oylrr the West Knd, and little Johnnie Mount kl'c ier ' ,11,1 in- - Ut mikM wtii'iictcry the proudeir lltil fellow ( ut, X II It H iwwii, J T. IInrri. prien . imyto advertise. LOCAL W1L CAHO. tl you waul nyinlii 41 in the tove m m a vri:rnMii:T. The lrlville rlub ctrnu up Saturday line Melcilf A Fo'er om pleiie you Ma'l train toing Norm . ..U 8 r. u. and played a picked up nine here hcatinK both in iMlity nd price i m, bimtu - oh 4S k.u bx.iirp intlii" Smitn . .. IIj si r, them 23 to 22. Kliior J. A. Hiwer was Malit Norh x x The application of DriiiuM A. H. Pen- with the P.ukHvllle or the rexult mluht LOsr.-- A furene.l Hy Yearlln Kllly with a law In will nr f 11 tier reluro or Irio.jin licalulul uii ilaudaril limn. rioUr ny to cell whNky for that will in her rc ivory. on proscription wnn conhavH been otherie. I JI Ut W UllllUlt-- IlllHt John Dm hum, Me tlnney, Ky. tinued till the 1.1th by the county court K C. LOCAL TIME CARD. A citizen of Crab Orchard remarked in yetirday. the presence of amlher citiun, nlio wore O.mk thousand orercoit from foreiun they i rains leasu llowlati.l atSaml 70 a. u, tMT of the raw town, Sjnday nlht lUlurnluK, airlveatBand S M i m. nnd douieMic oaiuple, on ile by John 11, that he "wouldn't vote for auy d n rebel Taken up liy Ih uuderBlncJ, a Itetl Stvrr, Having -- ecnrd the services of U F. KENT, a prac :cal Watchmaker witk which with Winamiker A Hrown, for llhe," and in an in aril wm ifetlitie up pajliiK Uicowner jii ijet hy irorln piupcrty ami many years' pxperience, nil work will be done CrnlcACo, with neatness and diipatcb fur tbu nutlie And ullur charti. 11 ha LOCAL NOTICE. I'nlladelphia. from a knock-dofully insured. Sptctacles atd Eye Glaasea to suit the ye. Some of thed nreb been tj!ii1 at US. . V. IIIIVAST, lll'V jour nclionl books and rcbool cup-1C0 It Nrar HkokIiii; hork IlrlilKP. Monky i ho ccirce in ISirbouryillu that el linyen't foraot how to flht yet, and ten from A. 11, IVnuy. dun'l you furtt I'. a thief attempted to chlel into the corner Ask your urocer for the Cincinnati ! atone of lToion College to net the few coin Co 'a crnckpr and cake. In the county court yesterday A C that are deposited therein M( Kol.niTS A KrAUO are I.endijtinrictK lbbliifon ptored that a tract of hi land All Lands that tho Tuxob aro not for cihmI IhiuKii nml hool aupplie.. lyinK in ()rrard wa Hated tn Lincoln nnd Drix-T- Y H. Maiiiai.Owi.ey pa-el' paid on by Oct. 12th, , W atciim anil Jewelry repMred on nhor down to IitiUville Sunday with J. V. the Hherifl vra ordered to refund lo him Will benil'er'iZ'M ami otire Hixi warranted by A. It. i'enny. CO Co'eandJoe Fiynn, of Jickno ounly, il5, tho nm Hint of tax he paid on it. Tiie Sold County Court Day in Norsmbsr. A cumi'I.ktk Htock of )ewelrjr, luiou will of J ipI II. Adim, Mry Jino Fleet Til 11 tyle. liockford wMchen A H.'Cl.ltv. , 8 . 1 A, chare'! wild illicit t. n and Cilley Whitley were admitted to proH IVnnj. W. M. IIiiimiT eioltl at auction yeitenUf bate. J. W. Adam qualified aa executor Till' 6rm of IVnnj A McAlister baviiiK dioirtil, tte account are ready tor mult) tivenhare of Iirt Nuionil Hmk Mock to of the firt nnd Mary Whitley of the Jal A. Optlciuii, oient. (.omt at oner and etlli. You may Sila Anderon at 110 W. A. Trlbble F M. Yowell wn appointed guardian of i I Tt' f ip I bsujhl fiHnhrm!il iriate aln at $115. the children of the lulu Alain Cirpnter Will the I'ortmin Hens, Manfcinl, fir til tli 21th. I'emuiia iillrln from liiipalrol Tluretan CD a uch. Ket rell'l by K'tlltiR a inlr of hl C'ryatal bpecta-tlo- i. PERSONAL. ALL who are in airrar 011 Kiibcription and Utliiied Theyionfer a rtlllarjcy auJ duilno ne f z rllon. with an amount of anl comfort not MARRIAGES. -- Miu. W, V 1'atk m on . vitl to Irietni to the IVelirlerin church buildins w'" liltherto enjoyd by "pectarle wturer llicy t in prove, t englhen ami prtmre lh a the wnrk rinnot progre' plei'e pay up, lht, thereliy II Lrl'tlloti J )hn IJ McKeu Iih obtains! liceipe retting the eiH, and In ier j many raaej prevent (leo D Vearen, without the morey. -- I'ltur. (J L. I'rn.ny npnt irirml das lili(li (In aero int ol the purity ol the mateto marry Mi IMIa M. Peair on the 5th. rial, they (D no dlilnn. or wavering tin'il Treasurer. It c r in (if U"ioiMi. Mr Joseph T O'lSinnor, n iifptiew of rriilre jr f'nloual guMance, ercn hen Ihe let r, t Mi-Xitwiti.vn lit koio to vp.ko niuml William Hrown, who Siinue J S. Murpiir ad 'onuerly of tiii artli le 'a nil ri rahOc rl o riit ber iutir, Mr. J H wi eleilinit a rida on freight train Fri county, will be miuricd to Mw Fannie tt. dy niyht between here ami Junction City, rtioma at I) ilia, Texa, htiler night. 1' II. .Majou, of C'iirlxtiaii hid bitb nl hi leu criplied o they will J IKL O Cird re out antiounciiik' the mrriige II live in l.oillf lo lie umpillaltd. tjyn i viPiiirttr hi nMrr, Mr. Hugh of Mr. Thoma Franei Spink and Mi ft r Ville i Willie Strne, Wedneai'ar, Ojlober5,nl 7.30 i "SANITARY" I I J V Wntj'i and hi iion, lt-ricNoTU'lTlleTANIIIMi ill Oliay Holltr o'clrck fL9iiiTille Pot dn thi be our Napier VVhipp, of Liberty, were here Mill are tinning nut HO barrel of Scotch Wool Ihur s'pinV Surely not, or he would ha ye lit mi ir per dy beside cutom Krindinif, they are hi friend here into the erret. , Underwear ! - IS. ). Hi'din,-'manager of 250 barrel behind in their orders, iliye n bniiit ' Luna rr Xt4 vha waikiciic toe crond little (Mtience cenllrmen and they will till HEl IGlliUS. voter ty ( r hi paper Pi your order. S iiitbira 1'heological Seminary nt Tie 11 .Mictfid Annie McKinnky and Annie Orn excellent oorrr'p'jiHlent at Ml Ver- Lmisville opened with 103 tudeu GO ji ti !: i d up lui'Kt nt l'rof l'nllinnia' non, Jasie Maret, K' , i in great demand The PrehyttrUn Church in raining Friday nij;ht. riiuiii UMich UXIiL'KWKVR. Ltbuion KnUrprt found (ait J 11 I loam went to Louisville The .'jr one letter a Keek ha engaged with $1000,000 to id a charity fund to him iii.r-;r- r a', a higher luure Hip iw and orpu n of it khI yea en at. 1 Ut tut tut auothtt pimcraph iivvnaasszmiKi (Jalb get for hi ccrrepondenc. Jim minister. ml lOKcthi r for u eip!ai iition. than ir.Jer t hi for IM'loo t. i a good one and no miatake. Eld. W A. CiibiDn, of Miyslick, closIth ami Main. Mil Kuhkht Hirnuow, one of the own ed recently a very ueceful meeting at IOI'IiVILLK - - KHNIUCKY. er of thi J'lnnain Ciimiy, 1'eDii., Com( Tin: Ul.ei if m PriMbrleritn church Here, Madison county, with 23 udditions waa here li werlr, th Knt of .Mr. Saui will glfe ao oyter nipper in the atore-rooto the church. recently vacated by Mr A. I. Penny on )e.if A receptiou in if hi Mi TAII.OU, Ili I'iilwitt, of JflrnonTillr, Friday night October 7 h. Door open at 25 h nnniversary as commemoration Presbypietor of the Ind , In opened a eelrel echool for boyr, 0 o'clock Oater arrved in all tlyle. terian church at Versailles wa given Rgv. clrl end 7011m; ladle. Wllliamiburn Admiifllon 50 ctntr; children half price. Cielon II. Pout Friday night and wa largeI have received and still receiving TimiM TitOdc indebted to me for threshing will ly attended -- M10 (UnEOAi.via, who lu been the My homo In McElnnej. where I reside, and my Rev. II M. Keck, pastor of the M E. leave amount due me nt the Farmer harm tatweenMciUnney an J Turnersville, l) Ctirel cf tie fimilr of .Mr. II. W. Clilne, p'ae mtlea from the latter place, Tho National Hank. TbU mean for thoe who Church nl CVdarville.O, late of New JasComprising tn bei In tho market, whlth i returneil H tirday to her home at DtLiod. owe me for lb7 a well a lSbG. If not per, has confeed to the charge of petit Farm Contains 130 Acres GoodLand Florida Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None n Jity or Countr by next court day will be placed in larceny. Poor fellow, his sliogy congregaWell fenced and watered, mostly In i Mlis. llAiuui, Mr. Vanaredale and paid and meadow. There will tie about 40 acna Uj k tion drove him to it the hand ol nn officer A. T. Traylor. ?lo u Trial. Mim .Mon 0 Hirrii are at Louie atiin after la Wheat nod oala. If not rented prliatily, I will I IIUll.l I5y a vole of the lliptist church Sun a lengthy roll tn relatlre in Garrard and TlmrMtliiy, October 111, 1SS7, Tun May wood Ameteur MinMrel Com- day their night of prayer On services was elerrhere. pany gave n performance at Neal' Creek changed from Wednesday Henttlio bidder to Saturday publicly. aliovobe proirty ti the highest (on tho At t Mm t time and place, LAWYnwJ 8 VanWinkle, It. J. achool bouie laat Siturday evening. Everywill tell to the highest bidder, puMkly, the Sj then, next prayer rervlca next larmj night following Hvemllk liows and C'alvm. 7 bead of body wa pleaaed and want them to come Saturday HrckinridKD jinil l'obert Hardinc, of night at 7 o'clock, when the pas good yeaillnsdteera J held ol SUera, (J Ka.itTmtr, of Lnctler, again. Ciood order wa manifested thro'-ou- t lor will be present yearllni; Hull. Ilellcra, Ac, t aged work Mules, alt inaiu and good one, were here Ytterclr. the tierformaoce. The boy have R v. James A. Munday is the way the One thoroughbred liaee Mare in foal to Con D11 A J. Knaim', the optician, nd n'lile popular. Courier Journal iuba the versatile Joe, lo yregan, 1 yearhnrj Fitly by Ut Martin half faullj hire takni room at the Porttnan X Sid Plait, who has no equal a a mm whom it devotes a column and a cut. It . sniler lo isl Aliiu, ucanltny Filly by Harry Hauelill the 21 h. Thoie who wih epec of shirts, and whoe establishment says tint he will evangi! zj among the fallO Fallon, ull thoroughbied and recorded, ticlco fi ted 'o their eye at reasonable fig- ufaclurer in Louisville i headquarter for the best en women in the Falls City and endeavor to ure wo'ifd do well to confer with him. (Jood family buggy Man-- , 20 Macks ol Hay, Corn furnishing ertiblish n mission for them. in the fle.d, (lt In ihoat, - large btraw alutks, Mu V. II. Cun-n.ofSiDieo, Cat., underwear and gentlemen' 110 bushels Uliint In turner, 1 MhuttUr Mr-- . Cleorge W Rtin win goodn gener illy, cills Attention to his busiWaou, rraetoti and liariied, Walrubcriplion iat, 'Oar ness io another olumn and we nek that president of the W. C T. U. for the com- - ter A Wood Mbwr. Plows, dear, Bu'sy, Housein renewing bi Ac, Ac, hold aud Kilcnen Ktiniluin, all nrw acd nice ci'y - ' ' reainji nt the Mto of 1,000 in thos who donot alreidy trde with him to '"uynr, MissSira Ktndall, of Lindon, leriu hmIc ki l i on ay ul a le In .tin'' inn'S. mid we hw now 20, '. I AfV trmauier, an'l .Mr L11U rielrt was choen give li in a trial 11 1 lit ll A iu Hunt- .i tt I'Hii live ii t lien n rim mce My, as delegate to the National C invention, IvstM cnt. -- Joo Marhbsnka and Tom r ii'ihioi; o' drouth nnil the which meie in Nishvillo in November Cirter called on us to y that the charge I.Ol'lhSt III.L'CKL, uieri urv 'm not i;one above SO' " The Triiisylfbnii Presbytery, of the MlH.1 MaTTIC YAllllKOl'tlll, of C0CO1 n.'ainst tbem f r "confederating togetSer to Soutbrrn church baa 17 minis'ers, 2S Mic'.w' uprir the eiimmer with M!i intimidate" is entirely without foundation churches and 2 700 members. Its next left yeiirday for her home. and that they will be able to so demon- xlated meeting will hi in Dinvilleon WedI' !en V lllflPlOMl. Kr She i 1 virf briirht nnd fA'cic.ittnc clrl, strate when their trial is had. They sny nesday before the 31 Sunday in April Hnd Photographs in all styles and sizos. nnd we 'it more youug men are bopeletnly they have been living at Rowlind for years an adjourned meeting at Richmond Oct. mitlen. ' ),ie I; c ) fir cone that he put the nnd this is the first charge of any kind 12 h lo consider the reiignation of Rev. Pictures in India Ink Crayon and Water Colors. inio'nl repiration otTai Iodr a poelb)a by that has ever been brought against them. Glass. New deslgm la Kri'nes aul Mits'at very low ace 'Uipinynk' her tn Litiinville ' The assistant poMmtster, Miss Rose (iOt-lPrices. LANU. STOCK AND CROP Sask-Blind- s, 11 Richard, tell that for 19 years Mr. LOCAL MATTERS. A cow and calf for sale; good for win John M. Hail has piid for box 19. Of &c. reA INK line of French Cindira j cource Miss Roe cannot recollect that long, ter ue. R. E. Birrow, Stanford. COCHRAN, beceived at A. A Warren'. Jefl Jones bought of Too E. "Young, but she has tho wor I of her predeceore 513 lth St, Louisville, Ey n Mu and Mi w (I T. Helm, of Junction for it. Mr. John Dickenson has had 71 Hart county, sorrel gelding for $150 (a ol ns E T. Young rented lo J. W. Givens, ever since Judse Lytle w. postmaster, and City, are celebrating the advent of another THE GENTS' FURNISHERS has never failed to pay for it the day before his farm of 1.10 ncres, situated near We can as as good bjy. AM) A;i:.vrs roit nt nbout $1 pr acre. tbe"vacint" card i usually placed. as IIaVi'. Ilocker A Urigbt repair your Steele A Calvin Carpenter sold to J. INDIANAPOLIS LACVIUIY. Come see Tut: Court of Claims met at 2 o'clock W. H Cirpenter, of Tennessee, their fine elove and pipe before lie cold weather yesterday with the following justices pres 0 saddle stallion, Prince Denmark, for Mtliil ent Charles R. Dell, John Ellis, John J. I HAVE ju"t received n handsomo lot of Bailey, Jmes E. Lynn, John O Ntal, E. k.. Huston Wile, Ky. The Lexington Trotting Rce', P. P. Call nnd see them. S. II C. Faulkner, Georgo Young, W, M. Ooocb, fall goods. Johnston, president, will be held 10th to Shnnka. J. A. Singleton, C. M Boone, W. P. Urime, 1 1th. Our thanks are due for courtesies. Larkin K. Wells nnd John A. Ctiappell Dayid Lawrence sold a of Xow is your chance to get a library anil nt once dived Into the claims. It will We have to mike room for wheat to W. E Merkeley, of this city, for lampchosp take them till this afternoon to pus on (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Faciflo Railway.) 07 cents, at Penlck's station. -- Lebanon Metcilf A Foster. uioro them all, Enterprise. to New L M. La?I.f.Y has rented the basement J S Murphy sold iu Cincinnati last An efhrt will be made (Lis term of the of Wnter A Dvh' storeroom nnd will West. Cuba, of 1,000 pound cattle at 2 court of claims to get an appropriation of week a ctr-losopen a butcher shop nt once $1,000 per mile to extend the Somerset pike to 3 cents and a ctr of 135 to .. .... CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. of to Highland, a distance of 2J miles. This hOR ntfl.GO lo$lS0. TitK cilebrated Marshal Hunter, Dick Gentry bought at WillisburR S Friday nn the look-nu- t extension Is badly needed and ought to be RirdHtowii, was beie HKAI) IlOW.N. IlKAD VI. for Komi) one, but he would not discloeo built as speedily as possible. The people extra mule, lGj hands high, for $1,350, TRAINS MOUTH. UtAINsMlUm " No .' No. 6. No. 4. M).l. iu lu. No3. of that section have been helping to build and one pair nt Chaplin for $250. Foley A bis r.smo STATIONS. Daily. Daily Cogar sold 1,000 bushels of orchard grass Kx Mia Dally turnpikes for lo thee many years and it is Dally. Dally. Ex. Bun. Dally. Dally. Tub governor ha appointeJ John Ellis nothing but justice that they should ha giv- need to a Cincinnati firm nt $1.05 per bush1025am GlOiK 755am t 03 p iu 000pm ........ L've .Cincinnati. ..A'rv 3 H V m h justice of the peace in the Huetonville i exington . Advocate. 3I5pm el. 1120am 780pm 1151pm ...i6S5am 311i en aebnw themselves, 35 ' iu i atill a vacancy in the a 10p m IIS am City ... Juuctlon 12 5Apm There i&20am 2 2J1L prrcinct A large crowd attended court yester 9 50 par f, npia 6 53 am ii 13 a m - .... iwam ;wpiii uakiiaic Turnersville precinct. A Lincoln County Boy, It but not day, but business was dull and but little IS Kojco OO 73Dir 3 05 pm 515am 155pm 8V5am 'J 17 am 7 10 pa 9 30 p m ....... Hi' am V3U a in Ai'r .Liiattanooja, i. vp auuam luaui be generally known, but it i a fact never5 30 p it Ctialtscootja A'rv 130am. 0 15am 10 00 pin L'v Suit. Fotm, of the Stanford Raller theless, that Divid R, Francis, Mayor of stock offered. Capt. Bush reports a few 1E e" --a I lOpir 1 lo a in toz -- i Atlanta A'rv 105pm .Ar'vl213am scattering scrub cattle at about 3 centa per 10 10 a ir blriutngtiaiu 1030pm 350 pm,... Mills, has purchased a just too utterly too-to110 a hi S 30 j m 8 12 a m A 12 am tit Louig, who had the honor of wtlcoming pound for best; second grado from 2 to 2; Tusraloosa ... . ii 80 p m pretty delivery wagon and a bi( black ., 7 10 pin ClOia.' 7 00am Akron 710pm President Cleveland to his city, was raised milk cows $20 to $25; mule colts $30 lo 6 35 p m 115(0! 8 55 a m lork OlSpml aa a big sunllower. so m Gj inula and is as happy 3 80 1 m UOOpm 10 CO a m A'rr Meridian -- L'v 130pm on a Dix River farm in this county. He $G5; a good many on (lie market. No aged 1 20 a mi L.'vt 10 10 km aienaian .A'rv iwpui lll5pm w 8 35 pic left for his present home some 17 yeirs ago mules or horses cfiered 3 o 5 A'iv. New Orliana L've V 00 a m T11K new fast train on the Cincinnati 30pm 015am 0- 3o. ZZ UaC 2 15 a m j L've .. Meridian 1125pm A'rv 1 tiO a m 1010 am -TJ " 2 5 A fair crowd attended Mrs. C K Southern will make tho run from Cincin to clerk for an uncle, Mr. Riwland, and his 965pt Jackiou A'rv n A'rv 10 35 am 350am 120pm C 25 a hi 7 25am r 715pm -- Vlctilmrg.. 7 19 pin . nati to Now Orleans in 25) hours, the steady advancement in public esteem has Blain's sale Saturday and the bidding on 1 55 B IB 2 25 a m Monroe ,12 15 p ml 5 1255 a m 2 . i 4 31 p in 10 10 a tt IOIOpm K . rihrevopcrl 1 "l 5111am ever known. It will stop only at been of much cratitication to his friends. the personalty was good. The two farms quickest Mann Boudoir iluflet Sleaping Ciri on all through trains. a few points and will fly past Danville He is a nephew of Mr. 8. V, Rowland, of were offered fur sale, but as the bids were H. COLLBKAN, Gen'l Frt. A Taw. Agt., JOHN C. OAUI.T, Oen'l Manager, without even slackinu up. The latter is a Danville, and is aaid to possess hia gentle very small they were taken down and rentg. K. CAUItOLL, Cten'ldupt., and sauve disposition. anyway. :i ed. The home tract containing 145 acres 5" m .' tort of il'K elation w "c General Offices, 6t. Paul IlulMlug, Weit Fourth Sirttet, Clnclnmtl. Obo, 1 IM-JI.- mt. vMMietiml 11 Dr. tliorcc Hunn for $150 and the 05 lift, imp 1. a nrv'ro for $111. M'.- r- tin inht from 30 Hi $107; in Ik oow, o $21); Ui r c l a Jll; ho l PS.ESASE OBSERVE 1 t,i ,i M'ROBERTS & y vt STAGG, 1 Inlu.-niatli- ei Steer Found.. NOTICE Watclies, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, n 1 c M .; i.v, J. KXAPP, G o -- Maii 1 c 'iria he OC.SuL.Slaifcls 5d k !r I O to w H PLATT'S "English Lasting" l-.l- 1 l?or Kent, X'rivately. For Sale, Publicly! .UI-:C'IIA.- New Goods for Spring and Summer Ul) lilue-Orv- ll 1 be-co- WEAREN & IHEFEE, n 1 1 1 1 , v'' ' -- n, mm 1 it WALLACES Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, PhsBtons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road. Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than everj fore, from the cheapest to the best. All work guaranteed represented. Prices suit the times. sell you vehicles any dealer or manufacturer and for little money. our line assortment before it is broken. and tiik $1,-00- H.JI.i:i;, WEAKEN & MENEPEE. car-loa- d Queen and Crescent Route. Shortest and Quickest Lino South East, Texas, Orloans, Florida, South 100-pou- I 1 t 3 V S M , o i cc Mi m 553 a ?an 5?S'" f '2: nw -s S" in w 7n HUSBANDRY HINTS. the ground until niter dinner, then throw thorn into a cart, and at night dump them into a collar to sweat and rot VTii it i known in a munurcal mulch is fruit trees nnd prepared for grap?-vmo- , bushes that produeo llowers and berries. It generally consists of coarso manuro, that is not rank It serve tho purposo of a mechanical mulch the tlrst season it is applied, but during tin-- , time it ferments and rot., und by so doing becomes a most excellent fertilizer. Tub host, easiest, ni.d nuiikest way to harvest corn is for twu mo.i to go into tho field Kucli man should take a row and tip a shock over towards the other, always towards the right hand With n husking pin go to husking, throwing tho corn into pilos, putting tho corn from four shocks into one pile. Continue so across the Held, thus leaving the piles in lows. A Mfi.cn should not lc so Arm and solid ai to " shed rain " It should bo suftleicnt-t- y iiorous to allow rain to n adily iass through it. In grape-vnief- l, fruit trees, roo bushes, most kinds of flowering shrubs, currant nnd goosoborry bushc, there i no bettor wulcUiug material than oarse burn yard manure. In fruit nnd trees, old It;.... straw, muck, or torost loaves arc pre e.wblo. Aiiome-mm- e fertilizer, uompoeed of any and all kinds of vegetable iMttvr to bo gnthored t on a farm, might cost you less thnn tho i .nccntrateilcomtnercinl manures. Farmers should cndwivor to mmto nil the wnsto ma'erir.ls of tho farm for manure, throwing all into compost heaps ; but whcio tow hordes or cuttlo are kept, it Is difficult to make manure enough to keep the .soil rich, or even in good condition for raising remunerative crops. CAni.in.owEU is gnnrn ..ad cultivated in ill rosjKcts like cablwgos. Tor early crop sow seed at same time early cabbages aro own. Cabbages require rich soil richer still Any soil that will grow good corn will suit the cuuliflower, if sufticlontly rich. It should be covered 6omc thrco Inches thick, with manure, aud this well plowed into soil. Than three or four hundred pounds of phosplmtes to the acre broadcasted and harrowed in. Get plants set out as early 13 possible in tho spnng. as they do not stand dry, hot weather well. To r.vuMi.ns unacquainted with the blue crass of Kentucky, tho following from the Iowa agricultural experiment sta'ion may bo of interest : Farmors who have not this feardy, productive and uutntious gras will bo tempted to try it Tho blades stand close and are easily cured into hay. Tho grass Bccms to stand dry weather with apparent ease though it dries down and In soma install the sod is parched almost to a iwwdor and ' leaves rustlo and crumble under the fVv. rim: a lirotracted drought, it will spring vp a' once when rain comos and make immediate returns, not u single ncro apparently needing roseediug. Tucnc are many varieties of millet in cultivation, but there is not one among tho number that should be used for hay if allowed to ripen before fitting Not only is ripo millet hay injurious to horses, but to cattle ns well, nlthouth the latter do not sutler as much from the woody and indigestible fodder. Millets ut when in bloom, is they all should be, make- nn excellent hay for cattle, but if the civpis allowed to stand tmtil tho seed becomes in tho least hard, Iho stalks aro no more nutritious than ordinary oat sti aw. The lino arms on tho heads of tho Hungarian millet and its varieties aro very injurious to liorses, especially if tho heads are mature when cut for hay. Ir is no wonder that somo young people gonorally dishko farming, for what can bo moro dull nnd unpleasant than tho nvcrago farm-lifto a ambitious boy or girl) A shabby sot of buildings, with Id, broken fences; a rough, disordered door-yawun no tlowers, but many times lovcred with ugly rocks, old logs and rubbish these nro not calculated to render u boy proud or a gul happy. A farmer ihould be, first, thrifty, he should keep his fields clean and his walls and fonccs up, und his bultdiugs well repaired and painted. Ho should feed his cattle tvell nnd bo proud of them, and keep a horso thnt tho "young folks" aro not ashamed to drive. The common farmer with 100 acres of laud should sell each year ?500 worth of butter, worth of hogs, fclOO worth of cattle, $100 worth of colts, worth of wool und lambs, to which may bo added potatoes, maple sugar, wood, lumber, poultry, fruit, etc , to amount of from tlOO to i7i0) more, making from tlOOO to Jl.VM eachjvar without reduclug tho stock in trade. And how easily this can bs done! Uy raining a few calvs each year you will iuvo cows to sell. Kach year a few fat hogs and a few pigs, if thev are cheap, will pay tho interest on ' 2.0U) liaise ono or two eolts ouch year ard a j will always have a horso to sell. Raise u pair of steer calves each year and you wi'l always have n yoke tf oxon to soil, an 1 s on through tho iholo list of farm animals or products. cnuli-liowo- rs well-rotted o high-spiritely A noon wny to tvil lwiiitoc is to dig them in tho iorewm'i. und li t them lay on t , passlou for row eggs. Ho q.etly watched tho hens that frequent his manger until they lcavo their nests, when ho noses about until tho eggs aro discovered, then ho brenks and devours them with gusto. Tho effect of his strnngo diet upon his physical condio tion is beneficial, ami his sides lmvo round and glossy. lx tho southern part of Georgetown, 8. C, is it lako two miles long nnd about llvo hundred yards wide, luiown ns Dawho Lake, tho waters of which lecently underwent n wonderful change Immediately after a great storm that lately occurred tho formerly whitish water becamo black as ink, nnd tho great numbers of fish for o which tho lako was noted came to the and died. Numerous reptiles frequenting tho lake left its waters and sought other quarters. There Is no satisfactory of the phenomonon. A wonu that Infests Iron is said to havo been discovered in Germany nnd on investigation by tho Government It was found to bo about two thirds of nn im !i long and a quarter of an inch through. It is of a light gray color, nnd on tho head enr-- i ies two little glands filled with n corrosive secretion, w huh is ojocttd every ton minutes ujion the iron Tins liquid renders the iron soft und spongy, and of the color of rust, nnd it is then gteedily devoured by the insect. Knginecra attribute n great many railroad accidents to the agency of this singular insect. n colored child is tho latest A wonder in tho region of Ashoville, N. C. The child has two head, tho faces being opposite. Tho front faco Is perfect, whdo tho ono nt the buck is not regular. Thero is only one m.k for two skulls, nnd tho hair on the forehead comes down to tho eye. Tho arms of tho phenomenon aro covered with a heavy and shaggy growth of hair, entirely to tho wrists. A number of people ?vent to seo this mon strosity, nnd were astounded nt its peculiarity . Already the adaptability of the freak to the demands of tho museum lias been freely discussed, and it is said that business offers havo been made and declined. A iioksk tliat delivers papers is nn object of general interest and admiration in tho city of Indianapolis Tho animal delivers papers to ovor oue hundred Mibscribors, never missing cue m his rounds and is ns prompt as clock-worThe animnl is assisted in his labors by a small boy who hands out tho jwpers, but it doeJ not matter whether the boy knows the route or not ps the horso in perfectly familiar with it. Tin memory of this noble animal Is certainly wouderiul Gentle ns n lamb, ho trots in 2..Vi when nvessary to have tho firt.t package at thrt promiuent news-stanahead of all other dailies. So accurate Is this animal in his daily course that tho large sum of si hundred and fifty doiluts has been effort 1 oy an admirer, but was refused the l.i. se ojting three years ago dollars. only seventy-livAn authority on microscopy in sinking of Its wonders says: "Probably tho most obb nnd wonderful was the writing of Peters. They wrote the Loid's Prayer and the Commandments with a diamond in letters so line that if the whole IJib'.ewero written, and in the snuio proportion, it might lc written twelve times on a squaro inch. This writing I havo myself seen and I believe ono such nlklo is in tho Army Museum at Washington nt the present tioio. I havo the Lord's Prajer written in letters so small that if tho whole lliblo were written in the same proportion it coald be put on the half of a jKntal iaid. I have also tho Declaration of Independence, tho framework of winch is composed of irtraits of the signers reduced so binnll by that to the naked evo it is no larger than a pmhead." sur-facTno-nruind e y SOME WONDERS. A Bhooklyn horso has nn extraordinary IN A HOTEL PAHLOK. Social Studios Mndo by a Cynlcnl Corrospondont. Bv seuls to bo killed in a illow only and those are i.l. young mules, Sonlers roiiiider this number insignirtunt in view sf tho vast number of ''.use creaturos In HW.OW sea-so- MATTERS. stringent im autre-- the Government MARINZ ? involving property valued ut t l,7ti3,C.M. and there was a saving by tho gallant men of tho station, of fgH,'2'7fii20. Of tho iV.U lives imperiled by th?se disasters, ','2M wcio saved, and the Government claims that there would have been fewer ent from the tempcraturo of tho part. Tho lives lost but for tho taut that somo of tho time of contact was recorded electrically wrecks occurred at long distances from tho by means of a metallic, button fixed to thu stations, und that In somu eases the stations skin. Contact with a cold point was felt on icerc not open. Needed relief was afforded tho faco after IT-- 011 tho arm after IS, on to d.Nil'J iersou3 for tho abdomen after , en tho kneo after 2.", aggregating 13,:j!l days. hundredths of a second. The sensation ol l.v the shipment of wheat tho law now a hot point was felt on tho same surface .wxivules thnt bags shall bo used, as in after li, 27, .', undTttliundrcthsof a second "numerous" instances ships have been lost respectively. Tills great diffcrenco in time through the shifting of tho cargo when has an important theoretical bearing on tho slupiied in bulk. No matter how lightly it physiology or dermal sensations. AN eminont Fienth scientist says: "The may bo packed at tlrst, it settles considerably within u short time, and then it very teason for the increase in tho death rata of Lablo to shift When shifting takes place alcoholic patients Is not that thero are a ship is as good a? lost, us the change in greater number of vlctlms.but that alcoholic tho center of gravity throws her on her liquora tiro much more jioisonous that beam ends, and she is nearly certain to go tormeil vowing to their poorer quality and tho addition to them of inferior alcohol to the bottom in tho first moderate gale The latest addition to tho Hritish navy, inudofron rue, potatoes, corn, beets, etc. the Sans Puroll, Is said to bo tho largest war Of 1,7J,0i) hectoliters of alcohol consumed ship uitoat. Tho Bans Parell, without her annually, scarcely ti'i.OOO hectoliters are rugmes und fittings, is tho heaviest vessel pure ethylio alcohol mado from grapca ovor launched in Kngl.iud. except tho Great and other alcohols aro real poisons.uud may Ilastcrn, her weight being more than 0,00) easily be shown. To kill an ur.iincl it retons. Hho is 310 foet in length, 70 feet iu quires about seven grams of ethyU alcohol per kilogram of the animals weight, whilo breadth, 37 feet (J Inches in dopthund of tons displacement Her engines will be of nmylie alcohol it requires only about ono 7,500 horso-powe- r natural draught and 12,- - gram To produce death in a man of oighty OX) horso-powe- r it would requiio oighty forced draught. Her arm kilograms ajnent consists of SO guns of xarloutikTijaskiloijrams of tn pure alcohol, but cv , sx tz&rz1--- ; '' !!,.. g pji-Lx10,-4- Kxrr.nutn.VTi seem to that n largo ocean stoumer, going nt nineteen knots nu hour, will move over about two milo after its engines uro stoppoil i.ml and co authority give less tliu-- i rule or a milo jud a half us tin require taio to atop its progross. The violent olli-io:iin borne sjses during fog may thu bj accounted for. Ilci'oiiTs show that in yeais tlrre aavo boon, along our coast-.- , 3,1113 disasters, oJ, 1 ji"eu height of tho wires from tho ground tho greater tho volocity of electrical transmission. Subterranean wires, like submarine cables, transmit slowly. rr.nvcn chemists who havo recently investigated tho nature of 3accharino put ou record the fact that this compound traverses tho organism without any alteration, and that it has an antiseptic property; its swoetness is not similar to cane sugar, as has been asserted; its ilavor is slightly saline and raw. Tun curious fact that the usual heat produced by friction is absent when the articles are magnetized is just now being discussed by scientists who aro seeking an explanation Very striking examples mo described In a late number of 11 scientific periodical. A workman fastened n couple of powerful magnets to his lathe to hold moio securely a piece of metal which ho wished to drill and turn The presence of the magnets kept tho metal so cool that no water was needed to kep the drill moist and cool. This unusual circumstance may load to mechanical advantages. Tun icccnt simplifying of tho process for producing liquid carbonic acid is proving of so much practical use for Industrial purposes that, to meet tho demand thus created, an enterprising German firm, it is sulci, is now building up n largo business in Among Its various appliits manufacture cations is that ot charging beer in the cask, ulsoin the munuf-etu- ro of seltzer waters, and for fli e extinguishers. Uy its expansion the Krupps of Lssen llnd they nro nblo to subject their great castings to the enormous prcssuro of f.velvo hundred atmospheres, which is, indeed, a rcmurkublo achievement even in that theatre of mechanical wonders. Its gas is also expected to prove of peculiar value in inflating balloons to raise sunken ships, heavy weights havo been very qukklv raised from tho sea bottom by its aid. Gciim in physlt.aus have determined exactly tho difference iu timo existing between tho perception of cold and hot iolnts of tho f kin. Tho observations were mado on parts equally sensitive to heat and cold, nnd with Intcnsltle of hwit and cold equally differ FROM SCIENTISTS. It has been found that tho greater tho vili. .-! .-.- v7Kk ;a''. Tho YiiiitiR AVoiniiii AVIio lVrsontlU'i the Spirit nf CoMiirllo Youth Tim I.ltllo Widow, ttio KiikiiroiI Con pin mill tliu lliiii)' Ilriilu mill Croom. An obscrWng nnd crusty letter-write- r sends tho following sarcastic epistle from White Sulphur Springs to tho Chicago Tnbunc Yonder in tho magnificence of precious stones nnd precious stuffs is tho Spirit of Cosmetic Youth. Hho is herons she is everywhere, ono of her kind, liko n tuft of painted thistledown being blown by tho winds of elrcumstnnco Into every hotel parlor. Sho would bo a tmndsouio woman ifshedidnot insist on being a portraltof herself. Tho wliito whiteness and ruddy J (Croyal nvxi2 w redness of her face would not deecio a N Ui!imt2!2c blind man. The arch of tho eyebrows is too perfect, if Its forgery were not too apparent Tho brown nn u lets mny bo real, but they are judged by tho oompany they keep Sho is n boon to nil the other women. Tho pharasaical cry is their prl ilege every hour of tho day, nud tho homeliest of them, in her XuW V candor, feels sense of sutoriorlty. She is nn interesting problem. Whnt her thoorv of beauty is, what her conception of tin "ift "JH human vision Is, what sho imagine h r c f feet to be. how she can fad to seo that sho is the painted Jackdaw in tho dovecote, nr.d i thnt even tho most innocent of the liltlo 3 squabs know it, are questions whuh sin .t herself could not answer. She dis look altogether happy Nobody cv r is h wears a mask. The Little Widow is In her glorv to night the She is not very old in widowhood. Wat , 8 moisture of the tears that have not quite censed fulling makes her eye humid and brilliant. She has an adorer to her taste, and the subdued coquetry of grief that shr displays in a delicate study The suggest-Ivenes- s of her black gauze dress brings A m irrpl cl purltj, Thli: niTir Tr! faintly into view 11 white marble tomb in the ttronrfth Owlrr wlioipwitiu'tifM. More ocoiwioIcm nd distance behind her, vnguo and growing than the orJitury klD l, nJ mo nut bo told lth tho multitude of low twit ,hor vaguer liko tho background of n fading pho- coini'fliton or phojphata xwilrt. HolJonl Id vetiitit tograph. Sho has a lady friend besido her C1ES. alum UolTAt BAK1NO l'OWDKS to help tho conversation, partly for appear New Yorlr IOC Wall btrt-etances, partly because she knows tint three people can talk much better than two during tho early stages of her acquaintance with Him Her sighs are tenderly managed Her faraway look attunes would mdu ate that she is gazing across tho swift and silent tide that fiows ceaselessly along the dark, dim Infiiiniul Irom Jl OOoto Ji.ioO oa ijuo.1 Llm-o'walls of tho world to a gentleman whom sho county red eitatescurily, to wun ol our ru.looi knew quite well, who is sitting lonesomely ers. tor patiUnUri, iyi'if rt:u, among the asphodels on the other bank, .liii.i. nut a- - t blitiford, Kj holding al"uqii"t of scentless Immortelles to y.tf a nose that does not smell She is not iraz-inthere, however. She has grown a little on his account, or she would & CO., be smiling nt the gentleman (J. A. BENEDICT not whom, if the sowing wed bears fruit, she srmonn, kinticka. will one day bo reminding of those mini his predecessor which sho never Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!. virtues in discovered till sue found them in the epitaph She should cherish tho memory nud 1! irl ,el to oi.t.r anJ pump (urwIitit-conserve the grief as long as possible, how- at lacurr ever, for grief is a wonderful by Kith to manly sympathy, and thero in no female jewel" in all tho catalogue at Tiffany's ! Notice of eye's trembling tear The Kngaged Couple are sutiy contented. They nro sitting together nn a Tuoutd nlrf'fl.J'lmKarl J"hn Kccber, Cha and are talking in that low. r mil Kneil'D, A Jam cpllben.r Pbilllp Atitonl aril dentlnlway which has hwracteriod t'lem C U. Kuhr bile .rlatrl lhemlTM together all tho day. The average young la 1 , in th ' to loiora lDc.inMt.J under the uauie and Mile L'maouel I.Tamte'lc South takes an engagement quite an 11 mat- of lheOermn Olienhelm, Lutheran county. Llueoln of placwof trauaacllois hull. ter of course, ami 11 disengagement wult Lincoln couutf. Kj. oqunl calmness. Some of them hero would D will U (ItlenUt-liu- . 2 The nature f the l.uiliie to I traniaetM li have difficulty in tolling just whom tlu-- are and maintain a f.'hrlitlan toorrinlie, engaged to at pronent, and nro in imminent Chuichof the Lutheran of tho books for their proleu niftheworkofOodai It Ulali down and need of a set of double-entr-y Concord, lSO, lovo affairs. This is a real engagement, explalneJ In tha tytuljolic look" of lonfeMlon In the ealarirl however, for ever since ttvy broakfusted efiieclallrmallr Catechism of Auliur and a ScNx.1 Luther, sido bv sido and nbsorbed wheat cakes in and the Ceinttery. Uouie and sweot sympithy. they have boon together 3. 1 he amount ol carltal itck ttocl ibatl uot nor more than J,WO, dltl.W i mm He ought to know her faco by heart by this U. rharesoljNO0 each, and ahall m paid In iuch time and she his, but they keep on gazing Into as the oftteracf tho church may dl- Installments with nn unsatisfied curiosity "When we 1. The corporation .n!l commence on the lit aro mnrried," ho says now and then, nnd on 4tne 1st halts a little, whilo sho reddens slightly but day ofrtpumlHr li57, at-- terminate ' ". day looks much moro unconcerned than an unm corporation 5. The itlalrs of tni concerned person ever could They havo not by a minister, a recictary, a cashier, who o truiieos, aud two other trustee.., gotten quite used to it jet, but ho likes to hall bi'urday Iu wto shall be say it, nud they are making ull sorts of plans Mpleuiber, 1SST, and first on theoalit the atllr thereafier which will givo place to an entirely different day In January of each year. amount of Indehtf dnta or liabilThe highest set of plans when they get located in tho thin now state to which they aro immigrating. ity to which shall corporation shall at any time be JWO. subject Itself Andrew Carnegie wrote that tho reason 7 Theprlfate property of the memters of this our air castles are never realized is that be- corporation shall be exempt trom In corparate fore wo reach them we have buildcd other shall hare A. This and higher onos beyond mid forget the old rlifhtaandcorporation proflded rorall the towerf. liy cnapur a, prlilei-ones attained iu giuiug nt the new ones ol the deneial Watutej of Kentucky, Title, Companies, afar. Ho ought to mark a copy and send it to the engaged couple Tho country needs porale-- l Compaulei. and 'J This torjrationdeilrc n sentimental geography and a set of matn Intoorujnb union with theflerman Etan now, und all contribunioni.il charts just KellcI.ulberansyciHl ol the Mato ol Iowa and and rulesol tions to tho work would bo of practicul shall be gotern4 by the resolutions the same are discipline prtscrlbed therebf, wnere value not Incowstent with tho Constitution and laws They are much moro nt ease than the of Kentucky. bride and groom, however Ho is a blushUttenbeliu, Lfuoloco Ky., Aug. I J, Jb37 ing boy of forty-live- , and beams ruddily in OTTO Kl UK. Mlu.t" IOIIS CAUL. JOHN' KOCIIKII, his happiness with tho open frankness of a HriKLHKI'.drlt ADAM PHILLIP ANTON. She is some- CHAel KNs.LIN sentimental what ill at ease, however, and her mouth curves downward at tho corners Her frontlot curls a little spitefully and sho has 'oniort Xen-- i A: MlsMhSlp.il Yullny Co. tho air of ono to whom tho lazy languors of matrimony wcro an unexpected, Heaven sent relief from tho daily duty of compos& OHIO ! ing mutton hash and repelling tho en oronements cf a houwful of boarders. Her fine clothes do not h ing very well nnd cer tain jwrtions of her fig ire have apparently P11U1111111 Cars mul h'olUl Trains not all the roundness that nature designed nnd tho modiste supposed, so she oonso fluently has a sort of misfit air that troubles her and makes her suspicious of hidden To WashiuRton, Iliobmond nrd ridicule. At tho tublo sho pvkshor food Old Point Comfort at thoughtful Intervals and oks autiousl? about her between each pair of pcks, like a hen that is ill ut ease She sees even thing that Is going on, whuh u fortunate, To LouiBvillo and Ciaoinnati. for ho sees nothing but her How ho hap Conntctlons dlrctt for all points In tho pened to find her iu tho 6oci.il grab big Is ono of tho many mysteries, ror not one man iu a million would have kept tho prizo West.North-WestASouth-Wenfter unwrapping it. Perhaps tho Hand that wrought I'vo for Adam guidod tho blush No. 2 No. 4 Ing bridegroom to his Dally IN KFFKCT SKPT 30, 'S7. Daily. Ex. Hun Eden, for Adam was certainly not happier nor Kve more surprised at tho development of nITulrs. 6 50 m ;W P I.TO Loulirllle 11 50 a m p II Arr Lexington An Illinois i'lTiin' ruinllj. 18 00 d'd 5 10am " White HulphT springs.. 5 10 pm II 40 Hope Mills, of Copperas Ctcek, Morcer iu ' CharloitsTllMV M Jimct) SO p m 8 10 in twenty-si' Klchmoud County, is the father of clul P " dren. He is almost eighty jcars old, and is " Newport News 7 00 p m Comfort 7 so p ra halo and hearty and apparently destined to 'Old Point Norfolk IHO p in 8 23 p iu become n centenarian. He was born and ' Washington IIMpiallMpin raised in Ohio, and can distinctly temember "0 J 00 a tho date in UV2 when his father went out '.. PbilalelphU C 20 int C VO a m N(1W York under Hull to light the Hritish. He was first mnrried in Ohio, nud had ten children Wo. 1, dllr except Sunday, ltween Old Point by his first wife. On her death he married sulphur. The train arrlTinif Norfaik again nud moved to Fulton County, 111 , at Whiteand White on Saturday lays orer until Bulohur two moro children were born to him. 10.10 p. u. Hunday nUht. where His second wifo then died, ami ho married No. 2, dally except Sunday. Tho train leaylng on Saturday and his present wife, who was then but seven- LouliTllle Fnrj-e-, Cincinnati there tfunday runs ouly atil-1A. arrlTlnR teen years of age, being now In her fifty-sixt- h to Clifton In otar until Monday at 7.0u a m m. ami la? year. Fourteen children blessed this I os. 3 and 4 run dally except that they do not dumlay Old last union, making in ull twenty six. Three run between Klchmond and dallyPoint on Hunday. Wo. SleaTfs lllchmnnd years after his last marrlago lie moved to Huns Utwcon Cllllon Forge and oxent Ashland. Con. Copperas Ctcek, whero ho has lesided for Ashland lor Columbus dally extptHuu- thirty-siyears. When asked how many 'no. O. dally frci.i Ash'and to CHPon I'orijp. children were still living, ho said it was hard Old to recollect, but finally figured out that Dally except sundpy from Charlottesville to of whom Is there were sixteen, tho oldest Pullman Sleplni Carson nil through Iralre and1 tho youngest fourteen. Old Pouilnlou Meamshlps leare Norlolk on Moi -day. Tuesday. WidnevMy, Thundiy aud Hatur.. I Only four children remain under tho 7 flop York for roof Mr. Mills is u member of tho day at Tickets,Jl Italuiew Kor Itfornut'on. ete , apply nt United Ilnptlst Chuu h. is the owner of an TUlet ctti ecr sildren eighty-acr- e n c. iif KIIAAl, II. IV I'l'I.I.I K. farm, and is enjoying aOen'l Pjs.'r At M V ( Pfwldert ami peaceful old age. LouUrllle, Kr 1! chmnd, va Oolden Specific. n cup of collceor tea without tin kiiKuiniiti' ct the prrson taking it is ul'M)liit('l) harmless ami will cllect a permanent ami speed) cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have hern madetsm-peratemwholuoo taken Oolden Hpeciflo In their cotTee without their knowledge, and thev quit drinking of their own free will IT NKVKIt HAIM. The sjstem once ImprcKtiatPil with the. ttpeclflc It becomes nn uttcrim possibility for the llnnor appetite to exist. For (uit particulars, address (iOI.DCN SPECIFIC CO., 18o Ilarc St., Cinrinuntl, U, Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Foiltivelr Cured by administering Dr. Haines Iteinl'i gnrnlu KIM. 219 to 227 W. Joff FAJS! 1, rn 01-801- 220 W. Market, Thoso who like to save money should not f nil to give us u trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. Wall Paper, wasca vL.TjX3s::r n Xt7fierci-'f . :.r Furniture, $ sSfmw?s Jv y- V -. szsP rw Oases, Gaskets, Robes, Full'and Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowost. -- 11 sJi ..K B. B:. WKAREBI, Stanford. ! fr FOW Absolutely Pure. . FURNITURE STORE M,iK HrFJFJIAJff, h iNr3z:7- lrorit.K'. (, . JIOfrEY TO liOAJf turn S2&ii !U ? v. i neur-sighte- d J pfi. tf cm IiiiimI u Iitrue liiitl hcIstI llitn of I'lirnl-tuniiluiijN lii anil I'mlrrtiiUrrM tJocitlf, ,Hj prlccM will In iim Iih h. miicIi Km)(Ih cull bo ltiui(lit in i flllfh. C3n nif a trial mul 3011 ft 111 lu coinliiccd thnt I Ht'Il louer thiati the IfitHt. M 111 Incorporation teto-a-tet- DR, W D. PKNNY, .1 HltuiHii'it I'LSTHT - Kmilui Uj RADFIELD'S V Congn-fatlo- oecuari Offlr MOB JopmNaL oOce M.and 1 to h r. Aneithetlcs Omte oa Lnueattur mss0 .JJ iX.A .''. &jBF?'.1. .'&. regulATUii imi ttrt, t. burs .'nuu J 3 w a Ajii)lrlUtl .i ri lM-t- eat iuot MTE i A SPECIFIC TOR d 1 .... ll X in r mul C'onihlmitiotr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i Woman's Diseases Pe.li.fiil beex-oth'-l- Q CCU AS upprcsseil entity unit r regular And the Louutllle Weekly Courier- - .loiirnal One year far only S-- l two pi-r- i more tnau the prlcv l one. t- -r M twok ENSTRUATION or OiJTHLY SICKNESS. 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