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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887101801 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. s Semi Yteekhi Intefiof VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887. I m greatly embar-e- d whnn called up on toaddreM (him, but tin dear LOUD laye me a loving that aeemed exactly to cuit tl.eir capiciliee, and I sot alum: very well. The iirl aang for tliem, i reailr to tlieir da'ili ; tnd they were pleaded with aome jinlm in I irnrs'ated !i)ani m.'idl-- a for iheitl A wiuderful vii.il, tlint I "hull not oon Well Ihvp thiwe fiill.fill format iIomp their worl ; and I will promi-- p any one vliltln; Frank' irlot.o of the mjii Itkjlilfnl Hnd pn Q'ahle hour of tlieir live in makinit a cill at ilia IntitU'e for the me-tnir 1 1 mtfim I r3tg&. l -S-- Ft NO. 273. fubllHlirit Tttvmtavunntt frMiim -AT t.'J l'BUANNUJI.CAtill. will be It unJentood It we credit that peeled nJ dainanJed. Ih' W. P. WALTON- - -- GEORGE O. BARNES Feeh'p Minded. -- M 'it f 4v The l'Viinkfurl cemetery, every one ODD 18 LOVE AND NOl'IIING EL8K kmiwa who ha. any acquaintance wilh the ('pilal Fur ciUMllon It in timivillel and 13 IMI.V1HK of it hori' di'ilhc illld lie at all dive-te- d 1 ror, it would In in uc'i a epil in tbi Fhankimht, Oh. 10, ISa" am biippy'tr) r thai a lol In it ha. not Or A 11 I.STKItlOIC -- What I 4ril'Ui.til beo imrchiil for your humble arant, ld, I hope wl'l never he, eftiui; nm fell 1 .'tight lo wiitr about b.ftire lenvir h viit to Mip Aylom f r ".Oikinir for thai h!e-p- d hope and c'oriou the capita', ihe Feeble M mini. It crowu u lovely hill ipprini: of our LOUD and Syior Jeua , adj i.niiig thr cluster1, and i". ' L'irit, Who -- hall cbanRp thia vile holy publii and f.'hion it IlKe l Hi Willi', one uf the liliK-- t ihlrreHliiig inn c'orioll lb 'Mur tl e C'ouimuiiealih can boot I b idj ; ircurdim; lo the workiiu' of that wtiwiA-- . mliShly piwer whereby He in ible to "ublii-al- l may stale, In conliJenrn, ' thing unto ilimelf " If that occur in mr method of dUpneing ol me nr lbp"dul todut " plus in I lie I'rrasury at Washington, witild "my tune" I ha'l It will b lime enough for be to b.ilnl asylum for itu- maimed, ne Ii not, o ba it I waul iioe, Meanwhile, I bait, the lame, Ihe blind, ihe imbrvue, the on the prnurp of a dutiful the orphaned, the "gel it.tirui, I hi lnt;e, I ; k, Ihe dea' and iliimb, tont.' life will I -- ilif Hiiu; and allow Him elo , . ., tc be in ibe line ul (I hIV my alvaiion " You will oixerre tide believe till would l'tlm i in clo-- e con i ,.rilr,or I.OVK; Wmi i 'always ilwnp )rouiie of liie good itml healing nil Hint are uppre eed of ruciioti Hiih "iSeeiii-- e He bath known My I TtMt N.me" ll.e devil" Nl amount of compensation .Wmi" I nmonly wiehlnfor "loui: life" for the be i.OV'K" mi u pruclaim it - Lire and Njtliliic I!ae. Vff'Sf ha robbed t ivui of; and lor th rea n I like IO see tr.ee i.xir unf r tlnnle I ihor.Ui(hly believe Ihe LOKD will give urea lodged iii ouielr m.aimui); ur me 'b indant opportunity In do It, if I am by enplane ground; well lei; illlv fallhfill bed with snowy sheet nnil spring nnur I'M' diivtM around Iheciiy are r.uuieroll e, cloliin iouah u and Oointartable, lid eiichHtnio,'. 1 know no eilch charming witbout Hie unif jruiity ol the convict .ip farieiy near anv city in Kentucky Which- pare ; oiid with ympathetic leiuher iml way you gn yoncan iriKe ptcture'ij ip guaidlan. Tirii; life above a lrjr, ninl rtrnn", bold clllh, wild tl iwer rtuddvd Thti will wo be tflen, ura-.- y elopee, in bnwiMering i per'unclory duty-doinreheariing what the LOUD ha. p.irpied t.t ; while turn of the. bead, on any road, ilo f r the race, good Mid bid. Kelrbuil"li iiviH you a view of Ihe rity yiu left below, there way anil tnu.t br;owing and imping ne'tling in ite wealth of foliiL'i; and Ihe go III lrict urceaalot ; but h ck u' a l t e beautiful rivir, winding it way through it good Oad, WliCee love pardtns all ii , tnd al', in ravibinj!y arti'lir c.irve 'boe pit "ill make reparation for ail the now, wie ii the ainuuin gloi nf crimon ulrring Irllieted b the devil. People and 8' Id i upon the leavee, it ia at it lovefinel Ihe divine resource In cniHeuiplai Iet I.i.t a'l a aSarp frei cooked the , ing Mn and i' inevitable ravage.; and "uni but thi i making up the lltng Ihe II jlyOie of irae."l the crime .f with I wo year' beauty in one Theelint, the Cinrch ll uu upon canva. alway betr s look of The Asylum or Institute for the Feeble exagf era'lnn, I think, heciii'e it i impo Minded i a roreUtion tome. What patietr -- ib'e lo give in anv one picture the o'ten-- " for ihee love has t'oie in opening w nli that mellniv the tUre of 2 'U'Mtinding look out of. i be. mid rul nrg and produce a perfect harmony of "spirits in prlon," to " nk'ht mn ll w If there nil pMi-r', in nature The eye mut eimtilla in thw ritfht place" I think Dr. S ewn. tin iii'iilv rweep a hurizin, lo enjoy Ihe i"a(iorinlenileiil of tine pirlietilar in-- u pi ii ing on a maple, a atiwach or an oak. n I ieirn llint to tide N. In If fiivironment, the remit i a tin the priiis o' a .buld enUrjrtinent ol aili'fac'ury ra a aingle part in inuic, to lim! a'one, without it ihiofi ihimIIj laiuhl thee plliful chilfellotap dren of wiWormne. Formerly, a pirrct The meeting, an ehnrt and aweet, wna ev- repetition o!Miti lMin no tieuiuic on yihing could ak for. Uemember, efier life, n ueful uieuiuiH of )Oift, l'j umke tne ere ate no popular atliNclioca now, a of lo be Hie ultimatum enl hipp' , old, whn oveilliwiru o ii 'relation came liaple crenlure oomforlabtei iile nf (lii'irTir h tin? le n than out. n ii onlv to bear, btij to ee who ' joinwith n) Itn only ed." i' C9 thp dear LOUD ha ehown me b'lrditHome nd and I hive h;en iwir.l nf allMinuienl in I'l" r oirn of theui. Aiiei4iri tt to i I am t ilil that thl' im jm leaching the pe"t'e that 'confeiin1' hf reer of a new nohoul of ireAtniPiit, lhal in nothing wha'eior lo do with a :iner' ropleil bj eiuii-n jw lieinii tinhiKi-nlirall'r.m "tUnth unto lifi;" and that any ex erni1 moife'tion, i fir from bj in thie cauntry and F. if ir v an 1 helofijl, only Kinder the KentnckT In eery reaan to be proud ol log led the wy in ibi aiibi'iiient development of the chritlitn'a the 'act thul he ha bai'ifiil reform. What three more lhn life of rvic -- he in luc)uintH t h it be hilf idiotic children have been m mM 10 lon'edt) tint exitin an I interdiing have dinappeir-ed- . do, III tbe way of ntqulrii'tf ureflll ban ll fei'ur ' ( our uifetitui The And wher. I av, iha' r.niwith- f , uiU't be "ten to be appreciated. rt court-l- i I' a Wai- eUndliu thi, the Frankfort h 't miimfic ikiuu depirilil-n- t 'iee c mid no' hold half the audience, (hat ve!. rm buy. unkijiill thenora w.nii br tie in in ite' of the How' ; nd on haa nly w u' I 'live ittended if there had been any to lo ilt at a new -- table, just c mi puled, hope o' getUig iHidt; and ihxt Ihe great i pickevery pirt of which wan cjnUruced b the Oi)rn II nap, a the Ut aorvice, d ed from "cellar lo garret," wilh hundred willing nnd bur haudaofjlal', onre lo be incipablo of pr3ti:Jt"icy ii ny of disipp)tateJ one goln; awav for lick ol liorifl, to kuowjhat wonder b:ive aeaV; we hwe every renin tob'lie'ii inu hifn AOhlenil, And tlrtre atoms now lo the pii nst of attric'lin, tinting thne haul y any limit to the deyiihpment of hinvrv aoula tigelher, ia the glorinu goa-p- .i ,. prirh and mg. I believe, io mv the'i" iildlfd liMln and njrel ibirured ra I a i. And that it ran.iot be picitie. 1'itieiil training dim it all. One i altack.-d-, Hi trus ivieon vhy ctn lisidly credit hii own objvation when i iui wall iraiuodunforluniteu, do-it- triiiirtl tbe)liiani do not oneoftitt e 1' it could hivu Iijhii b itwirkt. been whnt ha perfect ex ictne will ii cillnljupm, an Idoiily, to f.ice an anii'ird, it would hive bee. i long ago, Til 1..01L!. -- 1 ' li-- it jtr it-- -- trtpe - rl ''ol'heii -- (ijJ;"ith chrlatlana and "o Hauler" ar bgimirig to o thla oml draw their own concluaion noua alienee among the authorized teicher and "dufenderi of the falih " The aiuip'e fact, and I charge it baldly, i, that the ia o odlou, that none tla-mike It Oood men aigh 1 t link to t ionic- written rreeda contain thins they dire pat uphold before tlieir c iiursia no, or cun'it'H it-- ; leiving and Ml luck upin tie 'goi(nlM bainj the other to th chine i of road or ii ij lir I iirn by t'l ie fhny d If from Ihe ptitform or pr'i. If I w wnn heciiiai I do not think it houe't ti iy I b'lieve wnil I din'l balle'e, I will heir A 'id if I grieve the odium if :n' wr m. ilia lo of cliria'T n'lr 0 l tiiin,bf u thl lacit cjn.'nl to tbo charRM aiaint Him, on the prl of iho-- i, who, if they f il lowed onvtetioo, wiuld denountw th wrong at whaterer o)'; fien I muv. ex it niea that grin', a ha' I nn; and on ihe eiibjci, u eonn an menV eon'fliene-I cin N'ot'iin lnjt ihe iwful fie thit the o of even nSr'atinn, ar great absorbed in making money or peeking their ii n aelfjih pleiure, that they, (iilll wlike. ' ere for mne iif thee thing," prevent im the Church from awatceriing to pirunt itie., and demanding authoritit livelv to krov the right and wrong in the muter I fear only the voice o' the arch angel and the truuip of (lid will aroue Ihem Then it may be too late. Geo O. IUiikk Kver in Jean. s de-foc 1 -- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. car-loa- K. M, Jac hi i. ft Monday with n . d of mules for Atlanta, (la. I bavo bought tbo rleht to soil the Florence WaibiDk' Mirblnejnd am now prepared to furnish The llarh mrvilM base ball club will all who way wlah to aro their clothes frjn the play the London club here Siturday, Oct. luhhlDj aoJ tearing incident to theold proceaaol waahlni;, Take one and try It and be canvlnced. '11 you aro I'll not worrv you vImjuI buying unli (ully sitlilied as tu lta luerlta. L nii$a h ii cbo(J of magic and will .ii. '. Hpail turtne at M.S. MynV (torn. eoon lurti nut 4 ba'f drz'n . g wfz-zir- Florence Washing Machine. WOOD WALLACE, uccenort to Wallice A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ey., THE GENTS' FURNISHER AMI I AU KXT.H r.i.tcis; I'tllt TIIK I.VUIAXAIOLIS KAUMHtY. nvr I'ir drawing 1,'t.l. ie here drew tljrei smi'l L iHerv priz1 iu 'be Inuiiana Slate at the lat 1 HOl'OQ - S H. FOX, ! er.ciion e' he titmtnericed the Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. residence in Ihe southern part Hit removed " hit e eant now li.Hliltnif oppof town, whioh will add lo the looks of that site the pwt lfl'aud Is bttr thin orer prep.r- Alto Notions, such as lUndkurrhiofs. Collars ed to aroiumielite tli- public with fie pictures and CulTs, UuthlDir, Corsets, hutle', eto Yon part "I Linil.,1 . z from Photograph to .SiiiiUctlon Kuar- - will Sud meat the rcoas lately vacatml hy hml- i. ley A Warren, next door to the Myers Home. uf our bel young men, who onn teml. i i.,t TE It VO Ii Ell. I It. always be i al church with a girl, show MM, A) Kill. J AS. (I qivb , up al an entiriainment by ibtmelvte. Feed, hourj 1'ublie. Flint is pretty I ard t.ml I diltke to tell it, AND but it is a sure enough fact. SALE W. .Ioii t J. IB A 111 K 1AVILLU, KV. Iif-ai- MtlIoVIiJIitY. I nm dally opening an elegant line ol .Spring riumtaor illllluery, Including ail and f a lJ-2u- n-et- Livery, Training, , thi GAHRAHD COUNTf OEPtRTMENI . llt iaiciufer. Kindifer, of Dinville fnr the IS A O. Kiprf n )W in here and Otuville. o'd bay Luther (ilbbt aold Ilia colt by Uliim ia for 5200 caab, to Mr. M. T. Warne, the oner of Uliimu a Tne cjIi ahuw fitturday drew large Crod. A your buaineea manager and look it all in, I retrain (row wa pre-eMr. Clmrle eM-rise- r i -- Prof Miller, the English preslidigilB XEircoVtt, teur, mind reader and illusionist, gave an.For a gool Table ait, Veiuon, Ky. other one of bin wonderful performance iu And clean aLd well furnlnht-- l rooms, thl Hotel . a4""' nai no superior, itoou .ample rooms attached. J.SO. 51. PKBKIKS. K magic, t- - 00 per day. y etc., to a very pood IlnOOHKiD, Ky., May, U87. ira HUdietice nt the Town Hall Saturday cren-iu- g. Albright A Martin beg to tnlorm tbelr many I have seen Hermann and other noted friends and customers ol he change in firm nam magicians and do not heilale to say that PEKKIXN. ST. CLOUD HOTEL, Tne JIAKTIX A, only to sustain the rep- -, he lake ir.e lead. new firm hopis not ptriicular. utatlon of theold, but Intends to make many Im-- I - I'ue result of the committee on arbiprovements In.the manufacture ot tobacco which performing bear Two big mn with (UK. i.VDA JkFKMIsn.t S7S , err will be to tho Interest ol our customers. We will tration etltcted by ihe coal miners and coal i ilpvotnanrclal were the attraction on the etreel ye'lerday. atuntlon to our Natural Leaf brands operators of Laurel county, terminated on of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past Such cattle n the'o ought to be arretted Friday iu making a Tj"Y. lavors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, - rate of 2 cents per vuroi.toWi"I tl.n.rf full tnuri. " " and put ou a rock pile. bushel for mining from October until Ap V I'EItlilXB. The warrant ajain! J. W. Miller, VAX F. J,YOXS, Prop. ril and from April until July 2 cents per d I which were el for irial Balurdny, were bij't-eami the remaining months to be Stroot Cars pass tho Ilotol for all , until next Silurd.tjr, Mr. Mdlir governed by the market lljfkKpkiy DIM.S.HUKDETT, Dopots, The Exposition, Race t i "f Jut hAviug .worn I'olire Judge Eton rif the OCULIST. bench. - Ctru, the 12 year old son of Hon. W Courso, audall placos of I'ncle Jack Durnaldo informs tne that T Tevis.of Madison, was thrown troai a BRODHEAD, KY. interest. Spocial rates Ihe hog crop of Oarrard ia ehorter Ihan for horse Saturday and fearfully mangled, Has had a expe Icnre ol over fi'tten years, and year. Oi account of the ehort corn crop, ilia foot hung in the nlirrup and he was has successfully treated hundrels of casts Hp- to Merchants and lo, all hog, or nearly all, were ent lo martlalattentiou Is given to the treatment of all the dragged some distance. Commorolal of the eye. Xamnand address ot patlenti ket during the summer If desired cured given on applli-atloA I'entiaylvania veterinarian ucce Mon. The Louiaville Southern ourveyore Hilly amputated ihe broken leg of a valuaSL'.Ot) 1I31C DAY lliV'riSM, we, e at the three forks of Sugar creek ble brood mare -- injured while in foal. of Lmci-te- r The mare afterwards gaye birth lo her foal A yet the cit'-i- n Tntmday. have done nothing. It etem we don't and both are doing well. care whether we get the roid ornot. Judge Ruise'l, in the Larue Circuit err CHICKEN The acreage of wheat in Oarrard coun- Court, decided that an action could not To.tho Citizoa of Linoola County: i ty fur the coming yetr will be but little be maintained against land Cure ! Havin; recnt'y e.iulpiwi n.fl-i- Koller Mill lu over half that of las!. The low price owner, for failing lo file a descriptive lift the town ot atanfjid teat leiy auy Mill to two or of their property with the County which have prevailed for Ihe last clerk, a iqual lnijiullty o' lloir, w? tninn the tltlzena ol should have cumi) prlJe enough to three year have disgusted the heat larmere, rdiuirtd by the new rcyenue law, until the tbweouutyami patronise sustain the sams tl'e with io inform whom It may concern thst we aro In tne and they will plant eomcthing elee. parties 'ihiI been duly notified lo do as uarket to huy your wheat and corn and will a. waja give the highest market price lor same. We Mr. (Jjorge Cjatei, of Louisville, epeul Libanon Standard. ave added some new machinery to At Osingsville Alvin Kobinson con department and cm now make meal our corn meal W. F. Walker Sunday in Lancaster. Judge tu suit any person by Mill In Itcinuot tie will go to Texas nexl week on a trip for fronted Oeorge Ilarnes on the street and this vie oily We soilfiliatedtrial any other jur ani in our il it a tucal depanmeut. "I have Rot lor sale will pieise All having gralu In our line, buiiieH and pleasure combined. Walker with the exclamation: Mill, where Territory ibe iliop o.a yiu now; before it wa your can ba found at all oil at who will giroour agent Lindrnm leive ( r Washingi-the besi tlmj, jitlcfs d time," pullet hit rerolverand shot his vic- stock. tor sjiue Braid at .v. ship siutt" always In eooii lo look, afier hi' mining tnteroAl '. I'OTIS, An j''f,'j l-tf tim dead. The Ii ill entered IStrnea' left fitanlord Killer Mill . o. there Iiirnei Col. lijhert Uatz'ey ban rtceived h let- (euiple. HjUi men are negroes. ter from a prominent gentleman At Frank- cowl ided Kibinsou about a ycai ag. Notion of Amouduiont The real cause of the departure of Mre. fort rt ('Heating rample of the granite which the Colonel found in Hell. Tim geulletuuu (lai field and her daughter, Miss Mollie, for of thinks i( tliegrini e i' of aullic'eii Ih'ck-ne- e lvirope i said lo be Ihe severance of the will be w.irih more than a silver engagement bttiverii the latter and J Sinn it Thousands of dollars worth of The undersigned amend tho articles nf lei jrpor-at'oley Brown, the former private stcretary ol mine. chickens die every year from Cholof the Stanford Holler Mill Company, adopt-ei- l From the way nice yellow butter is President G.ulhld, who were to have been era. It is more fatal to chickens than Keti. 1", ist7. an on thatdiy ftlel for record brought to thi' market the fall gra-- e married this monll-- . The family t f the In .heC e k s otn e of Lincoln counir, Ky , as fol- all other diseases combined. Hut the beiog must be growing frwh anil green A few yo'ing lady is said to have never approved lows,discovery of a remedy that positively I The Capital Slock ol sai I Cmiiany shall be and the marriage i the euit nf Mr. weelm fiuce the whole community wt cryants it has been made, and to be conforty thoiisiud dollars. declared ell ing foi it and now it h a drug on the maronly requires a II. Tniuirpiritt m ahtlt at no tlnu Incur n vinced of its efficacy The annua! statement of the Treasury dtbt i xcMdlng twenty six thousand six hundred trial. A bottle is enough for ket nt 15 tents pr pound. Hat wnile butIt is guar(2J-!one hundred chickens. ter is cheap vegetables are high. Irish po Department, showing the receipts and tils and titty dollars. f.. A. I.ACKKV, of f, after using anteed talon are $1 loSl'Joper Diphe; sweet pi bnrsements for ihe pat year, shows Ken W.n. WKI.OH, H jj. WITHKIH, a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly cabbige 15 to 'JO tuckytohave paid into the Treasury in S. Il.KIUNXH, tatoerifl i25;lurnipSl; K01tETlJSIU:iO TKOS.KOSTEll. satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken custom duties $11111,842; in internal revenue cents per head. The head, of the Cholera, return it to the undersigned Hhe has received hack of thi thi in thi neck o the wood will have $12 132,37 VmHthi&NiugaAKeiitt.v ! and our money will be refunded. come amount for public buildings $1G,S32 332 In ui pocket books he'ore the roeis for salo by McRoberts A 8tfg. Stanford. eot to Frankfort, $2 123 2Go of thUPiini tagntn. MISS $2,105 GOO lo Lexington, and $12 503 302 lo Thomas McRoL Oar townsmen, Mm-- r. Louisville. For river improvements ehe Iorm"rl ol hiri, Sa , has oioatd a rurihain;j erts and S. V. Knvland, were nt St. Liuis ceiyed about $372 000. Agency Clncl'Tall at dull orieia to ht-- at li" of Mr. Cleveland r doling the recent vieit Vet 8th stroft. wi receive person tl ..nJ tiriiupt illy of Shu lveroene ii a groat help in tho proper nttenliou. will will mak a s.wclKiirnlture, Dress1 j and his wifa lo mat oily. M iror Francis, ar-ord rs fjr Uouds, Iml Tne who in a nephew of Mr. U)wlaui, look ee- - care of poultry. Their uest bzes should lets ami in U. i everything me ruitM ivia-patronaof ihe lali-- t ol fis sic iu lnutit, pecial pain in bav our Dinviwo friends be filled with it aa a preventive of vermin solicinJ. .i tf Nashville R. R. Louisville untried difli mlty. fhore eeeiu no upriuj,' or Tint tularin: hut unanswered cbilbvigee, meet the i'reddeni mid his charming wife A few dropt occasionally iu the drinking 1HK RLT lntir.iiv of riMOiirce in Uikw! t all. At in grace, hve nevj." iiti fairly amwerdd, Ftiey were in the puty on the boat excur-io- n water will hinder colds or roup, and when no anier ia forthcoming d f ice ia proof thU n.Tt) thsy rulap'a into htlMdioor Hiid had abuiidaiit opinrtiinilies lo ob applied to pcaly eg its tffect a cure, perfect blank. The die-to- r And it Ii R JJr HUititiite for an honennd min I eosm erve the ways and manner of the distin-gilHh- ed while it is highly recommended a a cure boy, who refutation, to j, with a ehrug of the called up to htm a aweel-face- d pair. Like nil others, they were for cholera. RICHMOND.KY "jimtle blood" ahoulder, "Wnl;e we cmuot agree wan Ailviuiiniri'. I'till Faculty llcv. ti Pi imt loike I m if in wiht hive iv.iied 17 Mr C eveland. Her unaf Ii- iltliy location nip i'f ri the immunTo brighten a Brussels or any carpet that lm'iiH(lru.itMiuly I r.Wlncdiunl boiipitablec In art of now doctrine, we give Mr, !!. nreili Who iu him, and wimni I had notlcol a carry these eoied moUsty and gentle, tillable ways, JlijO tu l.'l'l. Allelldaui o Mx'lii-efor beings golly mn, who i doing i is faded, spmge in a mizliire of one part ity. MmloiMIn wilh tn- hlmmlf Inoort of Ithe exerclee list scskIhii. iii, friuii ItMnti-aNrTr8ios oi'i.ss Pullman Palace Sleepers. won tbem, mid they declare without 'nr fill II nfiirmatli in mid t'.itili'uiii', great deal of clod ia nn ea.ontric wit " fairly nx irail lo two put Wilier Tnis is excel fri'T. ll. lv wnat r.ppjred lntollicnt raro. The poor L. H. BLAHT0N.D.D., Chancellor. she is unof tho most charming aiiiyto brethren, of the pulpit and the pre, I d mot that leut A lady recently bought a much-fa- d lad blushed piln'tilly hon aakeil a dimple No, Louisville women the have ever met. llet "sweet eil H ii'stl t:rpet at second hand 'oram either right, in the maiu, or I am wrong to Nashville, 1'iiM'lnn, and a ammered ome totally ir em le," ns republican and democratic and restored it in aloiot its original beau and leashing dinarom an oyea f ital r MoilllllllR, relevant an! lotlly diaojuiiKUed answer; express it, certainly ex Y iu ty in Ibis way AtliinttJ, "Don't jmmV ror to the best of your aupportera eery look eeminu lo say, tiM'iieiic inlluence on all with aiciiiuuuivr'y, er's a ui namo on a packago of COFFEE U n auk ought to "withstand m openly," if I aai Hiiou the north wind will blow, and wo guarantoo of oxcolleiico. Advo mej I'm a poor, helples creature; doo'l Little Hock, whom Niiu i brought in contact. dolnt; thi mischief. Or, if I am rig'H me Aiiyihini; pleiae ihn't!" The kind shall have suow, and what will the mugMobile unit Sv.r OrletiiiH. Cite ought you not, toa, to alaul for the njn f wump do then, poor thing? Ht'JI run doctor pilled liim on the head; told him ho The government' policy of cendemning him awiy mani- I thoroughly appreciate your difficult p Only one cliange to points In from Ihe storm and ke?p himself warm by wa ii vo id boy and nenl sition, but ought dillicultiei deter true and killing tlisemed caltle rami paying the crawling 'neath George all flrst-olafestly relieved. Willirm's wing COFFEE is kopt in $10 a head ought to be slopped by meaV One tiling ia certain, the thing hi stores from tho Atlantic to tho Paolfio. Tnir calUthenlc exarci'e are moat re- - gone too far to ignore. "Silent contempt" owners or some oilier humane person. poor thing ("Chicago Tribuue. Mr. Birgh uurkable fir rythmic exictneyf; the large ' O . y oil bad boy," said his mother, anwill not answer no. "My hein'e dedre Speculator, are buying up o!d cows at 510 boyn have n vjry creditable braa band; tiecklsg homea on the llneoTthls road will recatva and prayer to Oji" i lint you may re- a head, p tiling a disened animal among grily, 'how did you come to be so can les-a- s wuaio leirned by noUj'iodllhe atnBlna and special rat. to tear your papU?" '"I fell so ('ijiek I is novor good when exposed to tho nlr. ceive the bitter wy and preach and write them to infect the herd and then practical srtJee Agents of thl Company lor ratra, routss recitation' are TilteJ'.w.mderful, when one Ac, or wilts P. x fl " I ly eelllcg tbt ir cucissei to Unc'e Suu nt a didi.'i have time o lake them buy this brand in hermetically Always it boldly, what ever the conaenuence ba. ;imleoile-Bpart.fr- oni c. r. ArMor.E, o. p.at.a, relletli that they am MuipW sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. as Klf'iiV. Louisville, Ky, hink thi intelligent nod thoughtful a 11 nig profit of $30 each, cueful rinln fir t'iiiilent ni i. p alt (Ti'ie at Jist HerottlRtlt was Having rented the stable on Depot street, I am liroken in Kt and r ihhed nf two registered prepared to train and break hjrsea on reasonable letters in transit, one oonlainiug $200 in terms. Coutity Court day trade solicited iWH.V II. VAItrKXTJill, cLieck Hnd f 100 in mi ney The check was tan!oid, Ky. left. The other contained R watch, -- C It Fans, Mr and Mrs. P. U Riley and W. S. Jackeon left for Louisville Sunday. Tne wife and child of W E. Mahon, LONDON. KY. living three mile smith of Loodon, died F .B. HI LEY, Proprietor. Saturday. Mm Dora Parsley, of Eist Herneladl, pctit Sunday at J C Jackson's. 'I linroilclil v Itrnot uK-i- l iiml lli.rnr. -- Col. J. It Crooke, of New York, ha iiltlinl llirotigliout, I'lrat-c-luslocated nt Lilv, eight miles south of here, iiml roiisonnlilo prlt'OH. Day mill nlglit flllllu ft J. tllnf lk. ....II. j. llnHlu ..r...... and is puttirg in an extensive coal plant lio'Milur Iloimc SOT.Gra. in some coil mine recently discovered Cy. Crooke opened and operated 'Hero two uf the largest coal wines on the Cicciu 'Ill.VS.., KICIIMO.MI. KV nitti Southern railway. 'The STABLE! AYRES&GIVENS, 311 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tiftb Bircet, LOUISVILLH, Uom3u')J - tlSI-ly.- ICY. ) 5, Croiule Blotlt PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers Xl ' Furila ' LEXINGTON, KY. 1 t West Illnlii 20J-6t- n ita-oo- t. ' WILLIS HOUSE, MT VERNON, KY. n Hotel Is at III mainIts fine reputation Charges reasonable bjeclal attention to the traveling public. Hro'r, .11. I'. This old and 1 J.E. WILLIS, Proprietor.' cJ-lUtcs 'JOl-l- lining SS-- a- elite-writin- -- THE 1 licc-e-iu- LOUISVILLE, jiahti: . . cm-linue- l - 1 tree-lop- -- alt-eas- y TiO-S- lt e, NOTICE. n A1TTEE' Cholera non-r-sidt- eliui be-lo- s g p'.,e ne.-ar- Articles Incorporation. n 1 50-ccn- w two-third- s up-pe- houi-e-hold- s 1 sallie ifo-il1 nanRisorf, r lly . 1 1 iK n'ult 1 (ire-nthl- L. & N. k j 1 -- CEITBILDIIIEISin0"8 & SOUTH s . ! WEST - 11 - 1 ARBUOKLESARIOSA , -- 't ' -- ss Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS COFFEE MflmMMJM! h LINCOLN COUNTY. Sir &l,Io$nler.or0nrii3i Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON, was The oounty attomay of Wol'a It II .. I. ynnroiy taiary 01 JMWrt um U4 ifus-t- u ?ioj, accei t it am! will appeal for tbc ; urpse of Allowing tbe court of cl iui thit brita October 18. 1887 cost more rnonev than Inef. ! I I C?,ff ORCHARD, it in ! I . I I NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. liadinuing at 1 o'clock t m Sttut-d.i- y, October 22, Mrs. Fanuiu Elmistun will auction oil her stock ofmlllini-rgood", which atiiiiunts to aloit $100 worth, to the highest bidder. AHO, STOCK A.1U Cii.i- - The temperance ?oie in Teuueeee ac- was 1 I ' i over 100.000. J. H Lmeli's sale uf stock occurs on While the prcsilenthl prty Hetiry Mcllenry, sau nf Hjn II D. the 20th near Bryatitsviile cepting fie hospitilitics, of Minneapolis, Mcllenry, is dead at Hirilord. Adsm Pence sold about 200 heal of tbe lribune, a dirty republican sheet, took At Lima 15 man were killed and 19 sheep in Cincinnati at 4 cents. occisijn u reprint tl.e yilo slanders origi wounded by a dynamite cartridge explo-riou- . George D, Hopper sold lo John Sam nated u, mst Cldveliud duriug the cnu-paiUrfeley a suckling mule colt for i'io. Official reports from Tiiula any that oi 1SS1 and to rtlljclon Mrs. Clare J. N, Menefee sold to Naal Vauoy a land for marrying ouch a man, adding. "It 30.7SO died of cholera in the northwest mare colt by Oa Time for $125. in hard Ij have respect for a woman who province during August. J. T Landsold to W. F. Kinney one The 0010111 majority agsinit tho prohi would tell herelf to so gross and repulsive butcher cow, weighing 1,000 pounds at 2 a uauHH Orover Cleveland, and one with bition amendment, voted on at the recent cent". in Tenneee, was 17,693. a private record bo malodorous, r the election Uncle Pate Emlree has closed out his A negro in Gjorgu .end another in buiMe of brief ascendency." Tne article jack stock, two jennet ao J a jack colt, to crjited indignation and the irate Texas were hung Friday Sirauge to siy Joe Etnbry for $725 citiasns showed their displeasure hr burn both confe-e- d that tbfy were guilty. J. W. DsLong sold his farm of 60 Rsv. Thomas Beecher, r. brother of other ing the editor in effigy and off-riacres on Dix river to Henry Hester, of the indignities. A coat of Ur and ftathers Henry Ward, has accepted the greenback Waynesbnrg neighborhood, at $10 and an excursion on the sharp edge of a nomination for Secretary of the State of The four days' sale of trotters and rail would hare better suited the caje of a New York roadsters at Lexington realized $4S 2S5 for It takes 26 columns of the Oauritr-Journa- l 193 head, Soveral pro uisiug ce brought man eo lost to tbe eensa of decency an I set in solid nonpsriol to hold the propriety. over $5,000 each. list of property advertised to ha sold by the A. T. Nunnelley bought of W. P. TllEcleik of the House of representat- sherifl of Jeflerson county for taxes. Tate S head of nice butcher stufl at 2j; also ives announce that the minimum demo Miss Minnie Smith was burned to two extra fine cows from John W Penning cratic clear majority over all in the present death and Mis Sua Cieeener was brutally ton at same price. House will be ten, and it may be 14. There asaulted by a ne,jro rapist in Christian -- J. C. Miller sold 42 head cf short-horare two vacancies in New York, one in county. cattle at an average of $63, highest price Rhode Island and one in Louisiant, Tbe Isaac E li', a Petersburg, Va , patri paid $2 id. The bottom seem to have last House had a democratic majority cf arch, has just taken untohim'elf his eighth dropped out of the short horn business 43 and the vote by 9tati stood democrats wife. Ellis is 75 years old and is the fith-e- r D. A. Givens, of Cyuthiant, has com10, republican 16, tied 3. Should Rhode ol 36 children. pleted a test of Anna Selina 13,001 and in 7 Island elect a republican tbe vote by States A fire that originated in Crane's lum- days, beginning September 26 h, sho gave on the choice of the next President should ber yarii in Cincinnati burned the whole 211 pounds of milk, from which was made it be thrown into the House, would stand: block, cau?in.' the los ot te'ernl huudreJ 16 pounds, 14 ounces of butter. She hsd Republican 20 just enough to elect; demthou'and dollars. two dry feed a day and ran on pasture show cue one of little breeches Foraker' ocratic 17, and New Hampshire tied. badges on which appeiri that worth?' In Roane county, Va., the citizins have with the herd. The current issue of Harper's Weekly has captured a gang of -- 0 robbers and murder- picture and ibis quotation, "No rebel dig The Harrodsburg boys are away ahead I a clever cartoon reprecenliug tho editor of en and at last accounts were determined on accouiit of having backed Prince Wilkes will be surrendered while am Governor" o:f- the New York Sun as a little putuy throw- to lynch the entire lot. William Iliatt bought 5 held of yearfcr a!l they could raise in his rate at Lex ing ink upen tbe lower extremities of Prts-iden- t Hettie Wahtern hns cor.feesed that she ington. His trainer Crit Davis, ban under ling cattle of John Fish at 2 cents F. L. Cleveland, who rises knee and watat killed Dr. Harlan at Ljs Angeles, Cat , And an offer of $1,500 lo trot Thompon and I). C Poynter are in JackDjna never loses an oppor afterwards attempled to burn his body. He Prince Wilkes against Hirrv Wilkes at son buying cattle Jackon Conn sold to abo velum tunity lo ridicuh the President, who all had eeduced her and she took thi method Paris nrxt week. William Hiatt .a coaibind hore for $15) That put of our vilhge eat of the unconsci us of his attack giej en in his of revenge Monday there was a Iwely trade Last, court-hou'e- , hones! courte, undisturbed by the bark of having had rcveral knock Tne LouNvilIe & Nishv.lle has in mules and mauy changed bauds. R. little citiines. The erstwhile great editor with tho wife of William Speakof Lancaster, bought 22 held at downs of late, his b;en dubbed by our is dwindling into a mighty email potato er, who was kilted by an engine explosion $60 to $S5, for 14 to 1 J hands, and 3 to ti witty Irish friend, Pat Wtlh, "Tne J) and is making himself most ridiculous in at Lexineton, tiayinj her $2 500. She had rear; and cne ex'ra pir fir $265 Brink fields;" an unenviable name that Woodbine his petty and uncalled for attacks upon the sued for 25,000. ley, Ci.ron A: Co , hoiU'ht a lit of fat cattle had during and uder the war great man of the White House, To those who have kindly given lis The convention of bankers at Pitts at 2 to 23 cents, f .mereet Reporter. coit.vinc- news items we are gieally obliged and burg recommended Congress to set about Adam Carritber', of Hhelby county, An express messenger on the Gilveslon, would say to other friends and citizjna in Harrieburg A Sau Antonio is made of the fooling with the silver question again, and last week received a car load 30 head of ask that the coinage cf the dollar of the weanling mules purchased for him. They the county that we would be glad to have right kind of material. A couple of robbe suspended. were said to be tbe best lot of young mules them send in items regarding sales cf liye bers stopped the train and were proceeding dads Yesterday was the day fixed for thear that ever left the counti; some of them etpek, ill's, etc , and other i.ewa of interest lo rob the express safe, when he blew out Supreme court on the were 13 hrnds high and cost $64 on an to the public. tbe brain? of one of them with a pistol and gument before the n Bro. Pike's preaching at Oik Hill of habeas corpus sworn out by the Virwrit average and were mostly mare mules. banged away at the other with a shot-g- un three days ince, hn resulted in liye ginia attorneys in iil for contempt for Bardstown Record. m he ran off. The train went on its way Judge Bond's order'. R, G. Bright of Normal, M., write additions The Baptists are now holding a and the next day the sectitn hands found decides that he is still in the big corse buines, ravivsl at this place and a number of conThe Postcffics Department the body a few yards from the track with a of the occupation haying imported 26 head in June, all solid verts sra looked for Elder P. J. Hiatt buck-sho- t through toe heart. This kind of that "any advertisements or business of the sender, or of the maker colors and good patterns, plenty of finish will open a protracted meetlrg at McKee, treatment is calculated to bring train rob or patentee of the wrapper, label, tag or and quality. He will be pleased to see any Jackson county, to morrow, Wedneedav. blag in TxiM into innocuous desuetude. Nats Evans is at Woodbine for a few mat of his old friends at any time and will take mailing case, will subject fourth-cla- s days and Mr. Bowman, of Lebanon, it Ju6T as President Cleveland finished his ter to rates." great pleasure in showing the stock. working here night. A pleaant excursicn ipecch at Memphis, Judge Ivlett, who The Pullman Palace Car Company has At Mr. II. C. Buckcer's ele of Short made the welcoming address, fell upon the increased its capital stock to $20,000,000 horn cattle Wednesday 40 animals, all well lo the Valley Caves was had by a party Pulaski's depu'y platform and in less than five minutes was for the inrpoee of providing monev for bred Young Marys, averaged $120 each. from town Sunday. a dead man. The Piesident was told that additional equipments which will he re William Sparks, of Leesburg, refused $1,-50- sherifl, C. W. Wa'son, was here Saturday, A J Knapp, the Chattanooga optician, it was a mere fainting spell, not unusual, quired shortly, and for further extension for a Sir Walton suckling colt on tbe andhe did not know until the following for the company's service. track at Lexington Tuesday. Nothing less was in our towu during tbe week. Mr. J day the reil state of the caie. Judge John Pickett, who shot all the top of than $2,000 will buy him William Pierce's Morrison, of IOiii'ville, has been at our was one of the most prominent lawyers his wife's head oil, becaue she refueed to farm sold, 115 acres, at $0 aud 103 acres place several days gathering statistics to Is of the Scale and had reached the advanced sleep out in the wools, was captured at at $65; corn in the field brought $2.32 per tiled in writing a hietory of our State. ege of four (core. t few nights since Dud McClure visi Chattanooga Saturday, whither he was barrel; 30 Poland China hos, property of enticed by two supposed fricadi. He has Alex McClintock, aggregted $375, an av eJ "the Jofields" and informed Jim Frezr The republican and other opposition that he understood tha he had knocked been biding out since July. Paris N jsrs. r we of $12 50. papers are endeavoring to make tho his brother Sim down By the carelefsaes3 of a train dispatchFrzr replied Jake Huguely bought a we lot ol that Cleveland's speeches are nei''Yet, and here's one for you," giving him telepound cattle cf Geor.e Rjbinson at original nor well timed, but the New er a train on the Missouri Pacific was ther a h'ow with bis tin which eot Met' York Graphfc strikes centre when it myr. scoped by the Wichita express, consisting $3.35. Join L. C'aeiell etid a lot ol od w-- a ,m m kr-cI uis was harilly sttfc'ory t w wv ri m m wrm of In heavily bided coches. An unknown crn last week to tho mills ii town for $3, craj 'The President makes no pretensions to t and '.he dote was twico repeat, d l..n oratory, but his speeches thus far at Poila lady was instantly killed and a number o' New corn is worth $2 50 James F aged inula Suturdiy for was sgresd that the work had been done in delphia and during tbe present tour have pacfengers seriously injured. A mormon miionsry named Ra $115. He reports the market unuaually a ecentific manner ami "no ono went away been neit, sensible, thoughtful, and just the diiitisSsd" except the victim. shot And f atnlly woundeil John Whitworth low. Within the lait five weeks I) C. right kind of talk in just the right kind of Tine in "the Jufulds" Saturday night near Meysvil e, Ark , when he attempted ha' handled SI yearling mules bo place. Two lawyers to put him out of his house after finding sides 232 mule colts. Prices paid for the was abjiit as lively as That enterprising old girl, Belya Ljc out his real character. Tne deed was done yearlings ran from $35 to $S7 50 and on the becime imbue 1 with the spirit now hsvnif who run for president in 1SS1, has own g'jn which be cjlts from $35 to $92 50 Tne trading was a big run in the count? and particularly in with Whitworth's succeeded in orgaL'z ng what she oils the locality, ol having a pitched battle acwrenched from his hand. donu in eiulit dillerent counlie'. -- Uar- that Industrial Reform pirty. The meeting cording to the Mwqms of ieenbnty Charlie Gibhs, a bigamist, who lives ro.Uburg Democrat . was Le d at Springfield, III., tiud the very on .Little roplnr creek, Whitley county, uf the get of Ultimu", the rules, marked out a ring ami went at it and The show lengthy platform adopted favors among The Ditllt-- r one mailwas arrested at Jellico by Deputy Sherifl fine nUliion stood by Mr. J, Hamlet Brown fought to a finis1) many others as impossible things, woman John W. McCirty and takn to the Wil- for the lau three years, the property of Mr ed tbe cheek and distilled one arm nl his suffrage, prohibition and the government liamsburg jail Sunday morning. Glbbs has adversary, receiving himself a few hruioe W. T. Warne, of Elton, Pa , at Lancater, ownership of transportation and telegraph four wives, all living, two in Campbell Saturday, was sufficient proof of his Ability ab'Ut the shoulder. The mill was (night lines county, Tenn , and !w in Whitley county. as a breeder. Mr. Warne had advertised with closed doors. Bro. Barnes' mention in his lat weekV It is said that the prohibition movement In Evansville, Iod.,an Italian named that he would give premiums to tbe bejt has so weakened the republicans as to give Governetti shot and killed Mrs, Alice Le different clashes of sjckling letter regarding the building of tie Frankanimal in the the democrats a fair chance for carrying is, who had his wife arrested on a charee colts, one year olds and 2 year-oldThe fort and Lexington railroad in 1S30 re Kinsas next year. Tnis may be of that of assault. The husband of the murdered mckling colt ring had 8 entries of as fine minds the writer of haying heard his fanature of news that is too gojd to bj true, woman, ran instead of defending his wife, colts as any hoi'e can show. The premium ther, G S Maret. speak ol bavin asrieted but stranger things have happened and the and is not worthy lo be called a Kentuck-iaW$bJ?kwr5-Zreuu jl'jl n xic vtictt a tttt trim jnr TtFnrj in this ring wi ft silver wmcIi lo tbe owner in grading and laying the trick on thn' road. Wooden stringeta were laid on tte prediction of many democrits of tuu us which he claims to bs. of the best colt and a season to Jersey State may prove correct. The city council of Minneapolis, by a to the second best. Mrs. P. D. Gill ties and a fiat iron rail like a new wagon Bfc,i has adopted a resolution took first premium, W B. Denny second. tire fastened therulo by having spikes WM-t- i informed republicans eiy that Col. voteof26to7, V 4 eentries, Mr. P. D. Giil driven through the rail instead of by ihe honing for the time to ar- condemning the Action of tha Minneapolis Oao year-olds- , O'Uradley is just side as it is done nowadays. At several lrihunc in the publication of its libelous 1st premium, open cae gold watch; Wilrive when be can contest with Gov. ii We think and insulting editorial article on President liam Woodcock 21 premium, season to places in the line they had stone ties to for his seat in Congress. Cleve'and and wife and demanding an ap- Ultimus. Two-yea- r olds, 11 entries; C.aaa. which the stringers were fastened by drill Hbev must be mistaken, however. Brother iT ing holes into the stone and filling with Bradley is to ) sensible a man to want to ology therefrom and a suitable retraction. Doty, 1st premium, gold watch; W. S IKtt.Kt It) At the threshold of the leading Pres- Walker premium, seison to Ulti- wooden pins and driving spikes through tackle a buzz saw, as he would in this inbyterian church in Chicac.o, Sunday, Wil- mus. The Judges were D N Prewitt, of the stringers into ttie wooden tilled holts. Druga, Books, Stationery and r stance. liam Lee, a youth of 17, five times shot his Boyle, James B Owens, cf Lincoln, snl Horses were often used to pull cars over N5A5 v Fancy Articles. The official report shows that since step father, Stephen W. Riwson, President G.orge T. Higglnbotham, of Garrard. the road. vw' vTA(Drrztr iwr,A j Cleveland was inaugurated 31.821,481 acres of the Unioi Truat Company, of Chicago. The Spectator in speaking of the maniHhTltln' prnirrlpllonn BKurmclj coniKunltl MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. - II fold duties attached to (be poor house keep of land haye been reetored to tbe public do- For more than a year Riwson and his wife, JiMMHlSlV s'linnnitariR 1 i main, whicu had previously been voted to young Lee's mother, have been fighting er's contract of Adair county, who only The wife of Luac Codey, aged 13, died sales corporations by the republicans. The gets $1.25 cents per week for each pauper each other in tbe divorca courte, the wife Thursday last of coneumption. if' ?r r ji 'Jbl during the fi'cal year were 25 85S,033 acres averring that her husband was a peijurer, James Reynolds has opened a 5 foot taken care of, probably was not aware of The Largrtdt Stooit of Watohes, Ulooka, a.d the receipts $12,280.000 while he retorted that she was "a disrepuvein of coal on Brush Creek and is ready: the fact that many poor house keepers in ml ailvarwaro .oweii-other counties take the contract for kcepiig devilish-tempereA? adto ship. is stated on gocd authority that Sscre table, blasphemous, ik ? tm luifi 'C.rm.'j vjr. wK.i tzdrw v Hal-l- ie Gentry Ezans, of Siaggs Creek, has paupers at much smaller rates, Mrs. 1'rlcn I o'.i thsn iiiiv tary Lamar is as good for the vacancy on venturess." Within a week Rawson had . i MVl who has hsd charge of tie of some of W5& r i fWJiAV P.ewitl, left for Burnside to tho sorrow tin nfi nii, .ml 'Vsrrtntwl. the Supreme bench as a cent is for a ginger-cake- . filed an amended petition, charging his r $, Mjb' in this county for tho last s'x his creditors, Well, Lucius Qilntui Marcellus is wife with adultery. It was for this that We had a pleasant call Saturday even- years, Kept her boarders during lbsb for for tbe p'ace and we the young man shot him m pietty good nun ing from our aed and reqiected friend, 60 cents each per week, snd was awarded hereby second the nomination. The Carpenter Trial. the contract for 18S7 with but a slight ad Isaac Whitehead. The inexhauulble supply of would-bRseder&Co., of Simertet, Hre fitting vance over last year's agreement. Judge Ojt. 17, 3 v. M. The cese SOUEH3ET, EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS . authors that this country contains is shpwn against place two Carter is ol tbe opinion that if any other Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerinn. Claaslcil Mnrmii Wallace Cirpenter for the murder up a saw mill on the Bethuram fact that 5.500 manuscripts were in the person than Mrs. Prewitt, feeding and car miles oouth of town. School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses or Studv in three months by a nswspiper, of his father was railed this morning. A The old Joplin coal bink, near town, ing for the poor, tbey would have to he Fall term Legmi SEPT. 14, 1007. For CATALOOUE fjr tbe bnt stories large crowd of people arj hero from Lincoln has been reop'ened and a gmd quantity is looked after, ns they would more than likely which oOeied eix prlzjs JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D LEXINGTONrKy. B C. W. become a county charge Ihemselrej. for children. being hauled to town; ki-rgu .nt-ns- e n master oiild do n rushing here a pi eut Our town is woH supplied with butch- era and beef is selling at from 4 lo 6 cent; pork t 6 and 7 cents. ..v Lewis Sowder, who was eent hnme We u'u'ic loiai' teur atlrutli ti lu 1 irltult r from the Lexington Asylum some time siuce as cured, is again showing symptoms of lunacy. constantly en hail I abil ufk ji i t i'no a I naiulliolt si well i Napoleon Prioe, aged 50, died Friday Ol etiry ttc litloi;, which wo morn'iu of blood poisoning, caused by a wound received during tho war while in the sorvice. wllliliowyoii tti Which no retail house csn c 'inpcte with hiu 3 on a c Jciki- j; around, A number of O iio parties hive pis'ed through in wagons within the last two weeks to locate on the C V. Branch in In tlio tiimkrt alto the Weiro (ftiU for, tin- Eastern Kentucky. IMPKOVED WATER ELEVATOR, The miners at Altamont have gone to work and it is said the arbitration commit Something new anJ noTel anJ thr linrat tlilnir of thr klml In n.l Cook lino u' In our.tIuIIj ofIn Itritlnj Motcv 10 llmtlnit tee has agreed to a rate of 2 cents per Cjlotrt, wo ran Uuiethe iiiuM Uillillnut In lOlth print r nl make, ami 'l In tact we wlili toiliow jcu noiuettilPK PKfilrnt kn-Mine, Ouenl, Milt, .lc , ioiir' there li xarrrly anrtbtns wo hf n't ut tht ti anytliliitf near our tior. Cuuioln whvn yuu are in bushel for digging in the future. town ami we itisll tie iMUIitcd to nuke It Very truly, tar ymi J. H. Mueller, who lately purchased Oi the Wildie quarrv, will put in steim machinery to drilling and cutting stone and will rjn a big bnsiue shipping to Cincinnati Tip Langford is convalescent, Peter Smuts is able to he around. Wimtesd Pollard has recovered from a throat trouble, John McClure, at S nks, is down with typhoid fever. Mr. J. W. Nesbitt showed us a stave in good preservation that was made with a 't of others and has been stacked without shelter since 1S66, made by M. Loman in the northern pari ol this county. At a grand rat killing in the depit here Saturday 21 large rodent" were slaughtered in ten minutes; 30 of thco pets hsd stored themselves away in an old neglected box in one comer of the building. Ojeof our merchants displays in hi A hB.xing lunlntM JIttMttasii. fflenw. 1 Complete Xiinc of iSroceries Om Jtock of Ilai"clAva,ie, Olivor hiIIMl and liiiporial 1'lovvs, !' JIOSJK Kit HltMiillT. 1 BUT GHOCKMKKSS i T. R. WALTON SOMEESET STS.. GJE1? 1 1 MAIN & U-gu- 1 A.TVI THE A first-clas- s El-le- tt 1,-1- r- WAiPftPIsVff M, mftWfff "n it Ter-hiin- e s n, r tt,!lJ its M i PHAR1V1A 1ST, n,,,1 JKWELER. v i jiE' 's.y. ajHVQI! 'tUrxi MT. v.- "sc. . y& 1 It d .! poor-hous- e lifi ii(u"l WW atarMr?8M W,vf-lk-1. j 'sw4CSr)i'r e TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. -- 1 iiir"T3""iil71 l"l"T llfiiru' lSiHWi lhUfciUHiiii ilium -- - r ?1HAieaaf;T R ,HHtfeb ywHWMiinnww'wwiw w ..V p'mMMsuiL.uiwrwpwwsrsrwap n mmjitMmmuMwurmM ttranttKUJutntnamtuiriuMifumntuuiMMii jm . " " ''WInfTMVJV.j.lifcmMXMtJfmJHr.. 7 - J... M , j, i l .. 'ln U ''t v . - l . - 1 l T'- - i f V E yangeliHia told TOD'MinO of fine, of ladiea here that they were called to go 007 Iliptio; 030.830 Mlt Itrm McUahty has n Stanford, Ky, October IS, 130, ammiei mid hoiii hnnt lirl for sale. forth and labor In the Master' vineyard. Cathnlir ; 130 379 LSiigre.'HMotia'Ists 531 Uisv.ia'iap.j 20000 UalUrUne; 33, Adilrms Inr t K tiRiwilte. Ctlled, perhaps, hut not chosen. At any K. O. WALTON, - Hualnoaa Mn,nnner. 105 000 Friend j 125 000 550 Ujivr-alis's- ; the TIF. (Irand l.iltje iif Ma'onq nire'H in rite, Ihe Iidns are not likelv 10 trk Giru .n Ii'inUvlllp In morrow Worshipful Mailer old woman's, advice, hi Ml-- a I'a'.!-we- ll Lincoln ii. J. Daritt will ieir-e- iil i smi itbri ' a Iliinin Ci'h"-li- r Thk docket for lie circuit cjtin, whioh 'or t begliH next Mondav, furnhhd ih for print-In- g U.'vtr-ii- j ... . 2t 01 f . M N . GO. .'uJ J30 000 hftv.'tn Xll Itilr ivlnftintlh.. 81 l.M ikiulb by Cierk J P. Hailey, shown that there for it plot of urniind half n mile outside cf Yum, YUM. -- Col. W. O. Welch haa re II .... Hilh ir.nn" cftin ' 5" A.M are 112 Cimm'.nrte.alth caw; 39 ruiity Hi'ti WiwhiHKio'i D C,w lie 5170000 wi be 8.15 a. at ctived from Oil. Thuuiat 0. Jones Consul .. Local KiclKiit North ordinary app'irannei 5'Jj old or- expei ded ! n 53 A M h.'' Hrh, t'.e nm ' . south it Fundi il, a pic''igu "f ''il Mvleird .vine, luuiailer trains also tarry pasMUKtra. dinary .17; old tqiity 131. Tlieie 'ire three 5100 000 b ing rei ' ,1 the profess rV which he values at $1 a drop Ho m It calculated oil auudard tluit . Bular tti murder and eight divorce cise de.ries liowem, to invito ill liii frlemln in to II .Bit JI.Ml ''Ii lutnii'.n lI.T J L Allen hss niler-- d hi resrumple it. in said that there will be an eflort .. m ignation to the cfiicers of tie Corlsiian CARD, C. LOCAL TIME Emma Aiiuott was. in Htribf jtd Friday, made to have Itiwlund incorporated by the It would lw cheaper and church at tlii' pI.ic.Mi) '.ike eirrct lint alieilitl not yivp an exhibition n( her next L:gislilure 1. '88 Br'. All-- is an eure'lent pnufini, u, Trains lore llowlinJ at 3 and 7.20 A. wonderful kiss nor i'ie i heAris with her butler for nil concernid to ex'end the limitn highly rultiire-- t'en'lemai s1 d 1 lii'isl ltelurulut!, airlvatand Htie unci her eouipanj of Htai f ird to embrace it. A town governmelodious voic it rather a costly thing and it is use greatly loved h everyh"Jy who a in pi pi'ned in the 'our cir necessary to ment bp rmployei LOCAL NOTICES. Ioh to have two sj close when one would him aad we in.s' ihit ne wd! lake them around to preacb next ypir. Minticil'.o H goa1. do liUY y mr school Iijob anil school sup -- OiS.i di lat It-II. F. N'cttino Prof A. H. iNxton treated pile i from A. K 1'enny JuiKJKSAUKLEY tells us that the war : the we'l known Piesby'eriaii minis tr, his teachers and boarding pupils lo a W. Miller was arAsk our yrocor for the Cincinnati H upon which John ihe 50th anniversary of hi eti'-r- i ig excursion to the ktiob Hiituaday wbirh king IVi.'k ciarker mid cakes. rested fur selling iiijuor in Lincister, wre MrHi'iinne & S'taiki him headiin ritite ther enjoyed very much. The mo-- t of the issued only upon inforuiatiin and not upon the urn s'rv at .ch ,i I'llv. It v. Jos, E'ansai.d 'tVfril o'h-- r Pe byteri-- n rotri for fifi.if ! tjolci nml tiool siippIWs chestnuts they Iriwsver, were bought the oath of anyone, as the law n quires. He VV a nutlet and Jewe.rjr reps-ireis. era iere preieit t Ihe miming ri r c . oi. sr.ir already gathered will therefore in 'titnte suit for filsd arrest lOUCf aud wiirrHUttd by A. H. I'enn;. aud at nignt the ministers id fie othtt de CdMINii. A government detective will against Police Judge Kieon and Squire W. A coMfl.ETK rtock ol Jewelry, lattvl nnuiirutin n at Siirp b'lrg closed A. arrive this week to work up the cae against II Kiunaird, who, E 14011 says, induced tylts iiJsford WHtchc h ipciilty. churches aii-- atienJed tfe meeting ' l!ie Hiatt fjr sending the obscene postal card. him lo issue the warranH. A'ter a greit K. I'i.uy. I , .rv Preeby'eriuo churo Cir'isl TilK Hr.u ii lVnny A McAlUter hailnc TieU. S attorney says Iheio cm bj no deal of wrangliug, the warrants agaiuat Mr nifeilng of Trii.a.ylvii An urt rrmiy for nettle ij leaiion about it coming under the a:ope Miller were continued till next Stturday iliiolrixl, the rcfiiit f the tie cocaider.Vton ol thp ineni. O niie at one mid fettle. Yoti may of the law making such otleuseM punishi?e l''e. AneiitThat Cow. J. W. Adama and uiotintair. woik, It'v, E W Tnomp,'-i- l o' able by a term in the penilentiry. L. F. Surp write that whoever charges L'tbaiin, Itsv. Dtwsr.n of Huroi'H-b-irrf- . PERSONAL. Two more divorce suits have bee 1 filed. tlia. they killed Mill E der W H diseased be( titters a Wnerr.tl, of Mil. (.'llAlil.ryt' hMren Jce Ciin charge that his wife, Judith Ami falsehood a blc as hides llei-lf- . Too cow, l lo spiid a cop1 of wte larcuiii'iiu rzpul lion in LiliitrilU. hat ben untrue - him and nKs lo lit le- fiey e.ay, was owned an I mi'ked by Soarp, wcsls miii It v J I. ,M K." n his miuri -- Mil L. T. IIufK mikI fMJii'y, of Iif nl gally reparated fr mi l.er. Jennie Clay, a Out had gotten fat and he had mid h'.r to la.ii w nk and tie Prefbytt-r- hI r.pirl head, me viitliu at Mr J. It Mi Clary V. notorious colored courtesan, wants a divorce Adams for beef fjr 5'2"i Hie wa sold and Dinviile October 20 Bubaurville nd Hknuy II W11.HON ha ie't the Trih from her hiibiiid. linen Clay, upon the bought n a sound cow and killed as one, will b the reutroe of tht-ible Hi urn to take a position in Toledo, U. grounds of his itfiielity. when It would About ten days before she ws killed she opsrali-iosMiviim K vtik Uakkh and Ktilie Yei seem that h is Ihenne to bring thesui; was struck by a rock bdiween the eye and of Sellir Cay, are vimiiot! Mim N'llie r S epheri Mmkri z'e, leo'nrer or. ...-- '' horn, which rtised a lump ha f aa large as I wish to inform me p.iblic ihat Mrs. f In Uliie, a hen's egg. The lurcher, an old colored icine at the Liilon hospital, pisn V. MlUM.it and daUKhler, Diviee and Miss Iv Smiley will return man. used an army tnutnei loaded with dlan hemp as l'e mcwi va'uable remedv he Miw. T Mr John S'jai are t miiintf in Lou from the cities Kiturday with an elegant sr.it to kill her and one shot struck tho as irif in the ireitoimt K'S Urn line cf fall :iod winter millinery, which I i'ftlle 1'iev'vn nia 1 sod ui"irdg lump from which about a toaspoonful of MtderSe invite you to call and see before buying. Mm. II T. Wcikly, ol Saelby, Ik ! rne half grain, i.ir'eai-'- , il orrupiion ran out l'if head was (terfect-l- y in d ss V. I 1 No wuli to inform my customers that I Mr aiii Mr. II. r enl I v lo a me iiHe hrr 'th and Ol ilmuwl sound, with this exjspt.01, ks the ntgro will be able lo trim and wait upon them Gain The letter closes as tiiu. who ale it will testify -- Mihuis Anmk Asiiijcic and Cirrie next week. Itespeclfully, Mrr. Kate follow,: "If tdeie is man or set uf men who nave Tlieie r oitny a with n ctll Hilurday Holuelnw f who will a that the di'esfed, lir I nr in tf n' l h In ir i;vi-- s in ,'ribor nod hr Ir pr V'rbialih' preachers' oi ii sno art re-- p ihiU e, (what we meau by hole's In the ciIt. A silvr haired pair -- Mil IIniBHiT Walkhii, of ltooinin generally bid boys an i it s.tuie t hat W. P Hint I e has got the dollars and of Iimu 2 F.fih Avenue In a game ol cents to back him in wuat he my), we ton, II.. i ibe uuentof Mr. I. M Ilruce Harvey, Jr , is no exception d h tnodt-s- 'l sys that 1.1 Imlg-ill- gs veil" and rl rfxniio 01.nl alter Mt Kiltie pin! at Harrodsburghe htcime involved in would like for him to mike il public, with ni'il iii 's ai'il inc''ent'tf have est a i lane with Jim Coleman, n yojtig marWray'x d line. their names signed thereto " Mr. Adams him $700000 -- NY rtSun Mu Jamcm Amiloik, who went to ried man. Coleman finally slapped Harvey was the fust man to te.l a reporter of this rite that he haa betn who drew a plsiol and fire! three shots into paper about the excitement over tbu matter, Teiin In F.emtng j hi. t 130 w Billing mules rick ever ainre, but u Koltik' to alick it out his body, the one taking tfltct in his bow character zing the whole biHiues as a lie, sold at to b'2. Harvey is and a'terwards numerous cilitins Informed and thirk he will like hit new home after els producing a fatal wound he tet U'ed to it SEW AWHiriiEMKNTS. the son of the Baptist Hlatit Evangelist, us of the indignation that had b;en aroused Mn CiCEito Itr.YNOLtw, who ha been hiro The Cjurt of Levy of Hell county ac against auiveyiu fur the Lincoln Ltnd Company, ctpted the proposition of the Louisville UARRIAOES. lella u Ih it it ha aold to John Iliur, of syndicate to donate sufficient ground on Michigan, 500 acre of land eait of Olleo-htiu- i. A by of and an old maid of 45 which to build a new court hoii'e and jail I with to boirow $2,000 for one, two or three for 1 000 and fire familie will aettle were married iu 1'ennersee Saturday. An and voted 2o,000 for the buildings glr-ealao told 33 acre of Miso yeara, and ro1 aecurlty or Ilea on real eitate oo il. The company W. C Btantlll, expresa agent, and appropriation of $15 000 was alsa made to Call at this office or adJrtsa land to a Frenchman for atnut (9 an acre. Jennie Beaver were married at Jellico. a bridge across the Cumberland Stanford, Ky. itOJC 2Tl.ll V. Alccrn, construct M ijv iid T. P. Hill, J Mr.Jno T Lynn, a very estimable river at thai point and $1,000 to build a young business man o' Louisville, and Miss V U Wech and M. C. Haullsy for the de. bridge over Straight creek. The county fenae and It. C Warren for the prosecution Kittle Wray, the handsome and charming to i'sue bonds to meet thee obliin the (.'arenter murder cae, went lo propoifcs daughter of Mr. J. M. Wray, will be mar Pineville will bi a rtilroid town Prom theatatileol W. E. Mcfe 011 the night nf Kjmerfelhunilay to respond lo the calling gations. ried on the 'JO.h, at Pink Cottage October 5th u tiarrvt Jtarc .Hull', about ISJv a uijnlfi or two. handi hlk'h, hrarj- buhl, abort head and a little Mr. E C. Walton, in of the iml, ytterdar Mr. Nickerbsrrv S ephens anil Mrs. 7 jenrsold and in god order; sliouldcri of (liiapier, went along to keep our rr niThe Cuunrr Journal annnuncts that It Nancy Adam of the Pratciersrille neigh a little oro Ironi work I will pay ora reasonable lor Informaamount for the return ol the mule to marry on tion leading to her rtcoiery. tre ported on any new ileTsloptutnln. Tn haa in prcs a volume by Mr. Jauus I. borhooJ, have gotten IT. K. Jtr I FKV. n McKinaey, whlc'i will be issued in the the '20 Ii. Both have becu married before prartcutlon rlnlm that it will present lly II. M. Jobneon. .11. tl much elronver ca-- a than before. highest style o' tho printer's art about and are 011 the shady side of 10. Chritmar. The poems aro highly compli ! DEATHS, LOCAL MATTERS. mented by the paper, which describes the Mrs. Ivizi Sjiith, aged 00, sister of "She is Htill a young Boii.v, to the wife of Cipt. Ueore Dj'pb, aiithore as follor-r- : All Lands that tho Tnxoa aro not woman aud a very liandroaie one, with an Ctssius M C!.ay an! mo'her of Un Green at Hiwltnd, a 'I puin.l biy. paid on by Oat. 12th, u lintt fice, curl y hair, large Clay puii'ti, died at It Cimoii'', Wt.ll. ndvtr -l id reoupt of an errant I n dark eye an I a nniuh betravingkeen emo ah dtiir iu cu.x i ui Sold County Court Day in Novsmbar. Cnarlt J.Spilmiii. ai o' fall and wiufr uililunr, which I invite tional eiHiep ibility " A splendid re Garrard, diel l'nurdir af.er w long ill . .Vf,ll f..l.VW,3 I. ('. T. lh lull- - t. call and exsmine Suwade rne deceiael wu a Mrs McKinnjy will adorn nesa man. of A NP.W dance lo lie knnvrn as tlm V r I.m ern la lii lit. in r. ..Iiiilu.I tiL sere- - ii Nw1 r. 'JJ-in- fur. piy train hru ht lucr ti'-- s anil hn.tp' tt. I. it N iii' w-irAn- '. 'S7 pir Tin: II0.1 en n li Ii li e i'.is'nl ehst tr. mh U.,!ldtiKi,H d 632038 - li'disr. f,l 3 727 bni'.fi'ie.; 082 136 Prr.b !rrl number MI . FIsslSLS - OBSERVE Tii AT Luvirr; ' M'ROBERTS OF. & STAGG, K-- a -- O".ie30,i000''i jellts up -- 1 I 'r ink-tun- , rel It lts. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Having ecurdthe Bervices of C. F. KENT, a pracic.il Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work will be done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spsctacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. Jriiry l:r,u. l y nut-tint- M -- W s d ihi C - o W 3 I Pret-bvtcr- i t 2 IW 5 CD X '. J.P 11 Ln-c-e'e- r CAR-o.Nin- app-jifitn- - ft CD t- i 3 e Vl Hir'uiCH . 53 ir, O td d n s 1 0 H 0ti, m 1 pirnt. in Dud-dera- r, rf VI ionl N-t- f w-- Yrkr 11 te ls irr MKKCII.iNT TA1LOII, -- aawaiaaaaaMBaaa)jjj)))ajjjiaaaajaMBjaMaij)jjBa)) I haverecslved and still receiving- - OHrY WANTED. 0, New Goods for Fall and "Winter, Comprising th best In the market, which wli lit 1 Gotten Up in Btylo and Mako Sooond to None in City or CouniTj Give Me n Trial. WFARFN - k MEIMEFEE, BaarisialWs J dlib-fact- licue XOT1CJE 1 exreiv, the book. ph'jlo-gr.vilii- self-mad- e Ileiley. T 1 Meksiion isKtill in the A CoRRri-no.s- . List Tuesday, on the nnd h prepared to till or- strength of a letter fruu a subscriber at ders on ahoit notice l'.itronlu liiui, if you Keiicre, we made some etrictnre upon the hTC anything to do in bis line. conduct of Prof. J. Miller and Madam Cla Xetta, illusionists, nho gave performances In prreuul eihedule went into Ins not been over threa conntc there. We have since ricsived a letter tliue CI ltetta, who is the pro'ess-or'- d lions at Jui.cticn City. Tho Cincinu.iti from Madam wife, written in a moil ladylike manSsuli.erii eeuin to be uvtline unieliable. ner, saving that shehad bten groisly the Daiay Holltr XoTWiTitsTANDlNd and asking that wu make tlie Mills ore tnininK ul &0 barrels of Ibur necessary amends. We do so with pleasure, per day bside custom grindin?, they are especially sinco Mrs. Miller encloses a let'J50 barrels behind in their orders. Hare a ter from a lady, in substanlittle pUieoce fient'eaitn nml they will fill tiation of hat she says, and regret that " your order. we wero niitled into injuring her. It Is the Seminary never our inteition to do an injustice to Ar the sellin match at any r no, much lfea a lady, and if wo should FiiJar nii:nt, Will P.tllUm stood the do '0 unknowingly, no one Is quicker to emonu thii littlo one and Misjc It Annie McK niey, Amlo Alcorn and L'icy eLdeivorto rtpair than wc Prcf. H. J. P.illiam longest Pulliamand We Get Thkiie All the Same, -- With amoni: the Krown people. Prof. Kibsrt out any special alo about il, 6 anford is Lee Pulliam.of I)inille, Ke out the keeping up with the procisrton in the way won! tnd they were the harden he ciit'il of building and improving that U especial find. There are now no less tban ly gratifying a donn substantial improyements underBaii an ultra prohibitionist yesterday "When we voted to put whisky out of the way including the Prebyterinn church, count?, it wan with the understanding that and d veiling hous:a for Cip'. E. V Watts, J. T. Harris, L. A. it should not be sold by anybody, drtUkiUts Farris, Dr. J. F. Peyton, John ltiuney, W. or what not. We had just us lief tho s loons should sell it ss the drtu stores and F. McClary, W. T. Stone and others. In RELIGIOUS. for one I am for throwing the Rap down addition W. II Miller has sold in the last and licensing ertry saloon that wants it. few days a half acre lot in his extension to It iv. Will C Birnes has been trans Let everybody have license or non)." Mr. Itabert T. Mattingly for $150; 2 of an ferred from the diocese of Kentucky to that -J. acre lo Mrs. C.ath Dilley for JlSOj an acre of Louisiana, Tiik applications of A. it Penny and lot to Mrs. Nancy Ligan far $3W and for W. E Keller hn resigned the Itav. McRoberw & 8lnRx for license to tell whis-- k Mrs. Cath Ihiley lo Mrs. Smith Irwin a lot charge of the Pretbyterian church at Birds-tow- n v on pretcriplinn were argued before Jude for 150, and buildings will bo erected on to take eflect January 1 . Varnon Saturday by R C. Warren for and all therie lots at once and still there is a cry The new Biptist Church at Shepherds W. IL Miller asoinst, after which ha defornnrn Tnere "n not a vacant dwelling ville waa dedicated laat Sunday. Rev. II cided to Krant the license, saying that he house in tiwn, while a number could be Allen Tupper preached the sermon. had endeavored to find some reason for not The Building rented if they were here The organ in the new auditorium doiutreo. He had drawn the prohibition and Stvinga Association U doing much to building in Chicago, will be tho largest In law for this county and had endeavored to aid in the improvements of the town by the United States. It will contain 0,000 shut off every manner of (raflicln lijuors, asaiating (hose who wish to build houses pipes and cost $30,000. but forgot at the time the law passed in Thero are also quite a The Holeton Methodist Conference at for themselves. are much 1870, The prohibitionists number of houses under construction in Knoxvllle and the Tennessee Biptist Assoto tho Hcsrma fearing that the right have passed resoluIlowland, our railroad suburb, somn of ciation at Joneabornoption and urging the (o eid I on prescription will be abused and tions favoring local obtained from ratline nf a sneclil teaion of the LeziBla- them being built by money that whisky will toon be eaiy ta obtain aa j ture for piering a law authorizing It. the Association. ejlaon system. under the TiNii.F-cf-f.ct -well-know- n m Kch-es'er.Curl-C- the father of a Urge fimil, and owner of several hundrid mre-- of land in Garrard county, and the large tl juring mill situated He on Dix lttver, which coit $10,000. curied a life instiranse of $20,000 also. E der John A Gano died at his home in Bourbon, Friday, in the SI'.h yeir of bis age, 00 of which he had spent in the ministry of the goqiel Hi was one of tho pio neers of the Ctiri'lian Church and was up to his death one of its moat mlous adherents. He was the father of Gen. It. M Oaiu, who is also a prearher in tho same denomination. Cip Jo?e,)'i A Biiiey, of the L & N,, died at Mm MoMry's Friday night, of typhoid fever, after t7i monlha' Illness, aged about 29. Me wis a man of fine char acter and etool hiijh in ths etiolation of the road, upan which he was an employee for a number of years. Less than a year ago he was marr'ud to Miss Faonie Elmore young widow, and she, a broken-hearts.survive him. During his illncsi Cipt. Bailey made a profession of religion to Elder Stephen Collier and shortly before the end he spoke of dying and eald he would battered. Elder John Bell Gibson, who officiated at the marriage, Siturday of delated at the funeral, after which the remains were interred in Bjflalo Cemetery. D. A GIVENS' KYIAKCII Will roll at 12 3ff"ESJ;ii m. on ! Cynthiana, Ky. Friday, October SSlli, 1SS7, AT KI.MAUCII, ncarCjnthlana, 50 Begistorod Jorsoy Cattlo, Tested Cows and Mfilera of tho tl neat breeding and greatest merit from Elmarcb and Juantta Herd ol i:. It. sparks, of NUholaarille, Ky , embracing the lint lamillea known to the Jeray World. No poitponement on account of weather. The Kluiarch herd la the aweepataaes herd ol All Morning trains arrive In time lor sale and evening trains leave aflor the sale. Tkkms. Oaah, or four months at R per cent. For catalegue, apply to It. A. HI VEXS, C'ynthlaua, Ky Col It I'. Knuo.Nsos, Auctioneer, ) Lexington, Ky. (Lunch at II JJi Ken-turk- y. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, PhsetODS, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf everjbe-fore- , from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- All of work guaranteed as represen'ed. PriceB to suit tho times. Wc can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as littlo money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. J. II. GllEFA, Age. IIiiMto.ivllle, Ky. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. AdmiiuNtrntorN Nnlc ! Aaadmlnlitrator of J. M. Klmore, dee'd, I will oiler at public sale at hl late mldence one tulle north ol Walmit Flat, The (ollowlng personal property, lt: work cattle, 3 good One yoke of old Steera, 1 Calvea, 1 gool h'ack aaddle Mare, 1 1 Kltte, 1 Orais Htilnper, 1 Corn Shel- bay Coll, ler, 1 Silver Watch, KCiocki, Ac. Termt: Allaumaol $10 and under, caih la band; nmmint. rrillt ofilr months, on nitea n... with good Security, bearing Interest from Uav of nirau-- l raia nrgonaoie anu najauie i iuu (In lhuradny, October 20, 1SS7, Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orloans and Tosas Pacific (Cincinnati New iht d Shortest and Quickest Line to Sow Orlonns, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. IlKAl) DOWN. TUAINrteOUril. No.l. Dally. No.3. Dally Ex. Hun, No. 5. KanLofciUuforil.Ky. 10 x j;i-t- Sjlea u. sharp. .M. It. ELHOIIE, Adm'r. KKAD UP. TKAlNriNOKTH. STATIONS. Daily. mi. i. Dilly. Dally. Ex. sun rso iu. i PUBLIC SALE Lniul, Stock and Crop! I wi 1 io. t, Dally. 10 Kil. li. Pslly. ' Dally. 0 40 a tu 3 2 21a 9 50 p tell at public auction to the hlgncat bidder, f On Friday, Ootobor 28th, 1887, On the premises, tho Fnrni orTIiree Xliiiiilred wllh interest. AcreH, mllea Known as the E, D. Pennington Farm, Crab Orch-ai- d Irom CrabOrchard, on the Suaford pike. This on ol the but stock farms In the county. Teruu, ' caibj bilanco lu 1 and 2 jean year; old, 2 brood Also. C work Muler, 81 Mares, 1 Mule Colt. 1 thoroughbred Bull, W mil W bterre, 'J bteere. 8 Cows, IS 200 hushela of Calvea, 61 Sboats, Sows and power of Corn, 1 now OaU, U.OOO bushels lloss Cutting Box, 2 Wagons and other Farming Terms tor the Personalty uiado Implements known pu day of sale. . Ws 271-t- d t$ ... ris, 1h've...ClncIuuatl,....V'rv 0 p m 7 85 a m, I 03 p iu 900 p in S15pta' lexiugton 11 20 a in' 7 SO p in II 5t p in 135pm Junction City l'i M p ui J lOp ru oSTam1 750aia' Mp Oakdale ClSam 6 15 p m. 5 15 a ui 55 p Boyce 8 25 a mt 9 17 a mi pml 0 0s 19 a (I SO m in Ai'r.. Chattanooga. 3 00 a in 9 SO p ul 15 a m' L've . Cluitaiocga., s.'rv I 30 a m 9 10 GO nini ' 1 .Ar'v 12 43 a m .. A'rv ..Atlunta Mpm 1 to a iu .. 3 50 piu .HlrmlnKham 4 10 a in .. il SO n iu .TUM aloosa B 12 a uij . . 7 4U pin-...... AKIUll. 7 4U p in 700a mi. 5 35 p Ul .. York 9 15 p Ul 8 55 a m . 30 jllOUpin ....A'rv .Meridian ...X'v. 1 00 p ui ., 0 10 00a p iu ., iL've. .Mrrldlau ....A'rv I ... 11 15 pin 10 k mi. 9 00 a in .. A'rv. New Orltans. ..I 0 15 am' 5 SO p in . ., 11 25 p m. t've .. Meridian. . .A rv 33 10 10 am;. a in ,. A'rv . Jackion .. A'rv 10 4 20pm .. ...i 3 50a in 7 25 a in.. VlckiburK . 25 a iu 6 . 7 40 p iu,.. 2 25 a uv., , .Monroe. . 12 15 pm, . 1253a ml, ' in so nml. . 8hrveport ...I 4 31 p m' 6 Ida ml llSaw, .......' li 25 a 5 20 a 655a nam Hllni .Ive lo.wpu awpm 1 10 pm 10 40 am, iu 7.10 p ra 5 3J p la 7rtJa c o :z .. Ive lUllIii 6 40 4 45 3! 10 3 20 8 35 2 45 9 55 7 15 1 53 10 1 0 812a m a IV. a IB a re a u: a pu m. u p p m p ni a m .,...,, Mann lloudolr BiiBet Sleeping Cars on all through trains. H. COLLBP.AN, Oen'l JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, i;. CAUllOI.1., Oeu'ltJupt., (leneral Offices, St. Paul Building. West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ofr'o. Frt. A PaiJ. A;t c H jPi of nlcohol mid idiellae will preserve trio brilliancy of polished brass. Ir takes 120 jwuuds weight to break an iron wiro of an inch In diMaf Everyway Knows ameter. everybody It is a fact known to Hr.AT east Iron to a briirht red nnd ini. raorso it in puro lard oil, if you wish to that from the begiuuing of the world harden it to the present day no other country IlAMMEIUNO is thO Olllv lncnna of liMnnor. ing brass. Thero is no chemical process on the face of the earth haa dealt one-hal- f for tho purpose ao generously with the soldiers In building a chliniuoy boo that no infrill to savo Those ferior bricks are used. If compelled to uso as this country has done, the pension refuso material plnce It near tho top. us list of which far and away exceeds in A iTCAM gauge should bo provided with n the individual and aggregate amounts siphon, for the purpose, of draining It "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. when steam Is off, osieclnlly in cold weather, of mouey paid that of any other nato avoid freezing. tion, It t9 evident that not its beat C.Minouc ncld is now recommended for moistening the tools with which motuls nro hut the worst of its members of the worked. Indeed, the efflcieney of tho grind-tton- o order have gotten c introl of it, uud is even said to bo increased by tlds moans. Tho dark and impuro acid will suf-ile- b that they aro using it too much for for this purpose political purposes and fjr tostering A win rr v alloy, mild to resemble gold, nnd wmeu is very malleable, can bo tlruwn Into those ponsiou tchenies which are unvery Hue wn-- nnd never tarnishes, imuado worthy of the support of unselfish heoi sixteen iHirU eepper, ouo of sine and sev- r" of l,1""in Tho copper nnd platinum roes. The Dependent Pension Bill "" S'011 llr!,t with borax nnd then with of last session was almost universally X)wdl.ml t.iiaml and molted, then tho line is luldeil. condemned by public sentiment, and Foil lubricating the journnls of heavy Thlat powJrr iiprrr Tarlei. A murrcl ol purllj, the President did no more proper or ' rcoiiouilrn machinery, either rains or sperm oil is the atroUjith ail wbalrsoiucoeM, .'.More not cuih e than tbe orJInirr kln.l ami ran ln mid best oil to uso in admixture with mineral e.iuil'etlton villi ttie multltuJoof Jow tut .hcr popuhr net than that of vetoing it. w KolJnnl Tin chief Bource nl rtttcality in the, oil, as they have tho least effect on brass wcliiht alum or tihiisphatg In The Three Months Service Bill, ITonlttnlr .ai.lalnl llpu in UoVal KiKlN.i I'owiixa tlm linhtt r( tier nnd iron, which two metals generally eon csnt. 100 Wall atrwt, New Vorlr stitute the bearing surfaces of an engine. . which it is proposed to press upon i ,i ., " " " " iiuiowou niioukl ueu-e- il as little as pos- i a ndation for tbeir respective counHos. It sible, as Congress at the next eestion, it has considerable action on iron, wholly indefensible measure, hut it narrows lsw msklnc to a tincle individut.1, To keep tools from rusting, take f will go before Congress with tbo uu who. if heb( n ptiicmsiuie pc undrel, can ounce of camphor, dissolve in one pound 3NT3E.-WTJkfii up bj the iimlFrrUoel. lli'il Stvi'V, j mix l'iW """'J willed lr prorln foirlT nj I demanding that it U the Grand fa,ten law, upon hi people h t may be tin as muih Hue black (graphite) ns will iwjliiit tli owner 1.111 tet J oil.er charges, lthml fur power is give It nn iron color Clean the tools nnd Iwn tatiirtlthlinoilie at jU'imid I .it S2S. Army hill, and that if Congress dares ahtiiiu'p. prhH ruinoiiH. ! . v. If he has any revenue Mueur with this mixture. After twenty-l- o 2.''-l- ! Ktar Haiii I'ork HrlJk-p-. to defeat it the party defeating it must hours "". eleiiu with a soft linen cloth. etIe he can prevent the tf Hny !ur will keep clean . . . beware the vengeauce of the Grand um .hi .. .uw .,M.utlni. . :. i -, iu, i.. Tie tools circumstance., for mouths under i. 3rumn,.y uiirr i Parties on the jectiugtoit, his felio member will ntt Au. steel nrtleles can bo perfectly Army at the polls. Q. A, BENEDICT & CO., ' him for 'eir it will endanger come served from rust bv putting a lumpof'fresh-pe- t eve of a general election are cowards, ,y burnt luno In tho drawer or case in which STV.VK(ltt), K(riTK. of their own 0it rf tli tlly nro Itept. If tho and cowardice is likely to favor in aro to bo Well dDKroiijrettin has erown mrst of the movC(1) , , ,ts Drillers ami Pump Adjusters. m ea,0 lnstnn this matter what wisdom and justice ab-'lint hsve euinnsted from the lekji- s- ' put the lime in n muslin bag. This is t Drl'ie should condemn, and which at any Iipivs a premium on venality, pecially nlunblo forsiieeimens of iron when at etrtVfllaprlrrf. to i r r 'irar farmlibiil lA( Uitor woJornto dry place tho f?r '"" other time they would condemn. and kivm a .ingle member h piwer tint i netnl renewing for many vears. tpeil. .Lnulsvll e a, t iscaiwble of absorb.ng n largo amount toi ofitD Philadelphia Telegraph, (Rep.) LUL'lSSl'IILKCEI., 3f moisture Cjmaierciiil Articles nr use should lie placed in u 1k nearly fllh'd with thoroughly The, fact is worth noting that dur Bible readings in parlors will be a feaiu.e slacked lime. Hc'iiru using them rub well ing the present year three States of s ciely- - diversion hll it ba su ? -- thi with " woolen rug IIKIPHIMl. KfMtCKl ' Michigan, Texas and Tennessee-h- ave winir,nail will take the p'ace vool incombustible. MnR of hiu id not is descnbiHl us fol- - Photographs in all styles and sizos. refused to adopt the policy of Miie of the miellecMMl that Hrownm.- - re i0Ws generally by nn exchange: Soak :.7.5 parts of sul- at the same cii-ilhereas, prohibition, occupied lst year. UeaiJer w o pnaio orxtne. n of potash. :TJ of alum nnd II Pictures in India Ink Crayon and Water Colors. has been may ronclu Ie r m thi pref ice thst kpcI ' ot mnnifanie oxide in lukewarm wntor In an time, the high licence policy iron boiler, and gradually add 11 iKirts bv . . , N dMUm In Kmtim ail Mit;t rttj low is becoramg pious will be disappoint,.! It is woight of glxtv JW. cenl Bull,huc m.j gaining ground everywhere. iiul-l- j PrlrM w n ther learn that ths new tnoveainr l'he wootl to U prepared is plai-up.ni an VI III aluujH liiiyo on IiiiiiiI u luru imil Molret lliui ot I'uriil. impossible to niutake the meaning of Iron grating in an upjwvutus of suitable swe. find it'nupport amorn: tbo gnotics and (uru nnd liuIcrtnUcr'rt (JimmIm. yty prlccM ulll lie us Ion t siicli Popular sentiment that the bible will ho tested this showing. an l Valley Co. KooiIn tin ImUi;1i( In tin' cillt'H. iim u trial mill 3011 s.ltlr wm, iZ liquid is then R poured into '"l' ' Xeuport News .V 1 will liu coiivIih'cmI flint I m;1I Inner limn Ui Iouchi. throughout the country is unquestion- the rhetorical and oratorical poisibilitie of apart. apparntus. and the wood allowed to remain ably drifting towards the latter plau i ih Htalely Itnemae in view - B i..n xmiplotely eovercil for three hours and then is air dried. & OHIO! of dealing with the liquor problem as Transcript. ' A M'Kt ial kind of wood has come into ur-1". HUKH'MAN. We have had frenh lomit't a Uih as for tooth gearing and shuttle, the bee. h or the most practical and wholesome one HlMl(iU)S HKNTIsr, that has yet been proposed; and the ThanlftKivinn Diy, bv pulling the vinw j ather wcsxl Icing eompressod by hjdi.iulii IMilluitui CurN and Solid TraiiiN th rN3RO, ""nf ''n" prohibitionists may as well make up from the ground jut before the 'ro.t came proving A". qualities the ilfpol t' OlBiV MMith ilile ViIb, twe Jean iln ome were hunj in the cellar, n newpsr matorial to u reinurkuble degree. The wood their minds to accept the situation, twiitted about the roos and others were n first nveil into sizes necessary for innk- - To Washington, Giohtnoud tied instead of antagonizing the tiue inter- lafd with the root in a small box of esrth. '" w ?.huM.,.M or U' roK an'1 naturnlly Old Point Comfort dntii. . is then put under pressure of ests of the temperance cause by resist- The vines should ba si nad to prevent rail ab0ut llfteeii tons jwr square inch m a ree-deAPOLLO and hanging them in a dry part of the tnngular spaco in a press holding six shut-ce'ling the only scheme of reform in that ' waa found the edciest wav ff the tlc blocks, threo side by side and two deep. connection which the majority of the To Louisvillo and Cinoinnati. atovo benign metal blwlc muderHins to tit aiiii full grown ijreen two lh0 ln lhcrnm. thedepthof theblocks people can be pewuaded to accept. Connutions dtrtct lit it. lutt In tb ripened slowly, and though of a pale color before compression is two und St. Louis Globe Democrat. New Eiplsnil F.r Inches, which is reduced to ono nnd 11 tiuiir-te- r West,North.WestASouth-WGs- t were ot good ill vor. by tho otienition. Tho wocxls preferred Tun Cash Basis Pays. A far- mor, for this liurmso nro beech, cornel uud tor- Sw3 MAKES No I mer wished to purchase SoO worth Ko. I hw n mroni: f'mmo J Iho Bniln Is very cloe, oo that Hilly Phil Armour, of l! Kri cn surr SO, 'ST weight of compressed l)ech is consider- Kx. hun. Hull; of goads, but did not have the money prfjtidice aunlnet cigarette mokmir abIy KrodtQr eu.n thnn that of in some way AnipDK the 200 clerks in hiK effipe ore come nnd. when compnrod 1tli uncomiiresscd Lie Loiilirill to pay down, and wanted 7 .10 p m &Qx in Mr. Ar.' boo11' ffreutly exceeds tho latter Tbo DcBt in tho II no pw u M a m Arr Islington to get the ten per cent. discDunt of- whoaredJict?d to thin hfbit ' White fnlli'li rprlni... IV 00 n'n i IGaM motir therefore had a mod est little notire " ChrloitiTiliV M J unci) A 10 p m II 40 a m CULINARY CLIPPINGS. fered to those who did pay cash. So 8 19 p in S9 p m " lllchuioal written in ink to the tflectthat 'Xo ciitur WORLD. C p in " Newport N he accepted the merchant's advice to ette omoking is allowed l!olh' 7 W p iu .. " her" Bnd pUceil ,'v,nMP tinwuro.dipjwU in common eoda, " OM I'ulnt Comfirt briv'htoiin 7 40 p in Norfolk borrow SoO for three months. Pay- over his cianier'a window. E?ery !, time 10 p 3 p in " WiihlRjtuu pouring hot into MiouM bo ncJ a few rnonthj before conflncrocnt. JS p iu 1 Vt p III in advance (ten per clerk drawB hie pv he ieea the warninzj place 11 lurgo silver fruitor fori!i?lass jurs, " Kiltlmri ing his interest In the Jnr sikwii . for bocA. "Tj M Tttrrtii," n.a l fr " I'nlUIlphli i w il : 60 K in There in no clemtte mokirg in to prevent crocking the fjlas. rut (Mrciilur (Mam SMiu. Send " New Votit cent, of 830 for three months, $1.23), leeend. liiurruin IttottJiT n t AtUtU, j Hv dipping flfth for nn instant in boiling he had S45 73 to trade with. Buy Mr. Amour'n office , water, much of the difiicultv in romovuiK No. 1, J lly t ic pt f unlay. Wlwfn OM I'jIdi Itli ati.1 mjb. 1 P Norf.dk iL.l Whim '.ilplmr Th lrla nrrltm; ing 850 worth of goods and paying u a utrcaue 01 am u.tivf, a n.: 11 inc scuies win ue overcome on at White mur.lt; Iajj orcr until n WAFFi.ni.-O- no Hick jiint of Iwiled rice 10.10 r. u Mumlij uUht it he got ten per cent, of! and paid U'ed to be, when I lived here, one of the mixctl cash, Ky ImuI'TII e with hulf a touctip of butter, n pint of No. 2, itnlly t xffpt 'utiday Tho train learlBg "illlli- -' rai-- It 'ii- for his goods S45, having 83.73 left. wildest nnd most worthless yours 'el'o flour, teuspoon of bnkinfr iwwder. half u on only Loulrlllnl t'liiclimtl tlifrSatiiriliy runn 10 x. in town" "Oh, Bill, he' lettltd down of Milt, hIx eggs, und rrouiu to muko to Clifton Korje, arrlTlotr Mon'lxy tfuclty nl u The merchant got his cash, the man l 7 0 a D1 latlr. (iter uii'll M. since then. He's got to be a pushing buei u thin batter, limit ery lipht 8hort3t and Quto'itest Route 'rjtu -" Kos 3 ni 4 run .Uily fit.pl itui they .lo not who loaned his monty got his inter- ne man." ' You den'c Ix bout .tig rota bout frcm tho lxttom of run Ixttwr--n HUtini m I mil O i Point oil nutulaf bud-ue'- s tral Keutuokj to all Pnmu Nonr What I Inn m: ilnlly rir-putiility WO. O le tho mixing bowl with a wooden est, the farmer got his goods cheap Knt, Wpt nnd SnntbwHS.1 ikxh, Itnn U te. (lH..(i r.irgA and Alila .1. ( Vm a biby orrince ie he it? "1'iiflhing bringing it up full I. IBM and had money left, and all hands and keeping books for his wife; pho taken Btrok and ns soon nsand high with caih iKCttal AiliUtiU .01 tuIuiuLui .laily ncjptr'un-dar- . tho ingredients aro frc in Ah'nl In ('lit on Porito Ko, 0. daily fwrlj'atid hmoothly mixed, stop beating cr Willtarastown Courier. were happier than they would have in wishing iq(i,1 To toMctt onlfra lot our srellaMn Nurrriy lfk. Dally exc't .iuaony lioui LnarUltt-ivtll- d (ion.1 talary nn.1 hxiri.K-or CowuUtloii jour cuke will l.o toujjh I'nlnt had the goods been sold on been oiaployiiiwt gurialiJ A t lrni it on. , Hitw meat chopped One and fed once a Pullman .l(epliK Cr 1lt all vogeti'bles that- are to bo lwiled OM Uouilnlon Mpinlii a all t'ltviin'i train 'Ibrni.li iiku ol ua,,), latln?ffc, xi n. tlon f' larr Norfolk on Mn-.lalime. It pays to deal ou a cash basis. diy will produce more egf! than nny other into water Unit m alrpadj- lwiling fast und HSt.l.l, .V- - UoM'l.AXt), Niirwrym.ii.Mo trfttii mil tm nrl,l r i riTroi t patent ul .11 TurtJay, WflaekJut;, TUurwlay uJ hutitr-.la- y 2(7-- t u lor louti. bl. - H tor New Vork food that cm be giyen the hen. One pound, bring thorn quickly to Iwiling ugnin. at 1. MDIHK, For Tlctrta, Itatei Infinuillon, et , apply at o The temperance women in conven of rough meat to 15 hen in Hufb'cient The Ktcoping In hot wntor boforo boiling l. A.l'r l.hi (lob. Pax. Atvittj tho flavor nnd tusto and tougiions Ticket ciIIho- or H'Mrem I'm, P., Awi.l. Hon nt Lesintou wanted to resolve ("oflnntnij. K f II w titi.i,i:it, W. . Wl- U'llAU. nt'loo meat should be lean, and, if preferred, may vegt table. DR. W. B. PENNY, (iiMi't 2d V ce I'fnlJeni. ii. i:. iniNriN(!riN' Ail. no lady should receive into her be thnt IiKiN'(t-rowor( IIKNIIHT Kv III. huion I, V cooked, but it give batter result when Mrrnx. Ono pint of Mml . iitix. Culbcwn kt society any man who used whisky or given raw, meal, liwlf a pint KinitlHiKy Ht HllloiMt It i not expenxivr, when the siftod corn of white sugar, of flour, ouo tnblestioon In u littlosnlt nnd tobacco, but it was not carried. increase i number of eggs i cornidered. bdkiug-iiowdcr- . two tewsjxKins of Jlix to . terior Journal. u thick butuir with swiwi mill;, und bako A 1 i the longest cono:t sentecce a' in inuflin-rings- . retaliate the proper thing Here Now, to 't OvTtiiuiinu: Ckv - Ono lmlf pint ilno for tho young men to do is to "reso- "tha 8'1 which we have yet eeen: ''I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J Oil '. that that, that that 'lint' that the t thai tiirt o.uinuai. ono tous.;inrut ouch I !,ugar lute" that nt gentleman will keep and baking powder, half u U'.miuiiful of Dd iu i.uuniillf person told me contained, implied, haa been i alt, in is the baking powder HI KN-i- if in with the company with any liuly who che3 minnderdtood." It Ih n string of nine flour, mid cold wiiterMo-mnHV- f Jouriir- - .loiirim) ii thinrba"t-to- r, Weekly gum or wears a btt3tle; and our word ' thatn" which may be easily "pareid" by n boat togetiier thoroughly nnd bako Til,uo whu t)A im.i pxri tor little i.r i Hue year (or onl imtncdintoly. Ottlie on Lancaitrr ilrrvt, I oit tor io fur it, such a resolution as the one brUht pupil. Journal of Eiucation more timn tin price of one. u) it ill ftUiicr UtOB.IoURMiL ottlcf. Otnto nouri truu S to U i IinuiiY iioLi. may bo onsily made nttho M.an.l 1 to ft p. m, Anfithtla vlcilnlitoie.1 w. n proposed at Lsxiugton will he killed 'ttn--l snmo timo ono is baking bihcuit. lloll somo TlOi'il h li-ir- r A Lou'uville woman has brought nuit lo ly pitying in Ji i inn rtt Iro '' r one rur noenwar?. biscuit dougli out in no lady uninll squares, spread deader that Jupiter, ami your timiKi papi'r wIki ths the ' obtain her diamond jiwelry from a man berries over ihetn and lny thr mils dose AMD reprt.TiiAtlTH nwaMrHr of lli S.iulti, dunocrat- . -der forty, (and they all die before who promised to mirry her, aad then h. ekin a pau. Tut in u little wVitu'r. Miirai- - l a ! r.ir i tiirid T r r, ji n'j Mil t la . . 1. lupnciui i JJitr. weekly In tlio United iiiit 'iiiiiilj nnd butter und buke. Hcrvo any lmddluir ,rli"'lt hh.I they get that old) would ever be ed nut nftt r he got five or six hundred d. I no iu tir to can Of second to :iti"'iiiof I hoh I'.riiriHi-- jiin: iI.hu rxnui at thinamuplr i banco you ni.e Willi inem. (0 v ilo no Som-ereotllci. laru' horth "stitch by stitch." .She alleges caught voting that way again. ' tpl in thoStatr in m ?-- r Mock OvHtnit Son. Take ii" pint rf t Appointrsonti, ot itir-n- that the wretch converted her gold garUr mntooH cnntied or fresh- - mid p.t?l In. Democrat. leurvutr r AtcAMr Chicaco Ht lion to Ootufon hnlf gallon of milk, tir in nc- ou w i but buckler into horse shoo cuff buttons their Guonlt terand lmlf u teaspoon of mkI.i I.ctlxu, X message goes many miles out of Pr iierbleis. Where there'na will thert's nnd skim. Jlreak in piocos half a x.. i i c the way at limes, before it finally b. ,1 up. to k u r t .. i x. c ll"a.ii n III A a way who criickor, throw iu tho soup and brfak it, lie laughs 01 i r'inrc. hpnrUI tff oi.. . ,Ull 0)). It i3 about laughs to Ilia own joke. Speech bestsilver, Heasou with salt tnd pepper reaches its destination. ' rrni-riU-I is at IratfUr 1!, I'r nli I.KAVINll IIOTII Swi:i:t Potato Tie. Jl.vi th 7 anrrt'cit nltl. r. ,ii 250 miles from New Orleans to Gal- but the coinace is debited. It i well lo be tuldonc, peel and strain throng!, potatoes' r ' nf (.fQBiiri r..' i i u.hi leiLOL'ISVIlil.f: A-- CI.VCI.VV ATI When the wires are on with the new love before tbe old throws Add milk till it Tex. veston, thin oncijji, i.ud fir BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. every quart of tho mixture add tliroe wi'l Di'ly, iociiH". to trarcVr Life down between those points a message you over This Mngnzino portrays AmeriWALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, beaten eggs, with sugar and ncason.iig to ' can thought und life from ocean to T ..... ....... ....... the first named .r tin flirt li.ktf.t.i is to be sent from The recent grand jury of Cnristiau conn Inkfi ocean, is filled with puro IiIkIi-cIii- si ...:.,. KV nnnpT dudiii ccQiiinr -1paste, till with tho mixture place to tho latter; it is first gont to ly returned SI indictment- - for the violi area very good substitute nnd balto. Those literature, nud can be snfely I for squash nud nil MUG I IIHriU tILIIVIUL WALTON BROS. . . Prnpruuo in nny family chcle. Cincinnati, from there to St. Louis lion of the local option law. If local op pumpk.n ji.os. h. Cr.t.isiiv Sai.au. Boil soino turnip-rootoPRICE 25c. OR $3 A YEAR BY MAIL. to Galveston direct. The tion laws don't prohibit thty make Liii and then l,- - nll.,.,ti,lu.l 1...I utunii thn ftru.ll rnhMilurf id fit. oixont mkb ,isu. celery iu somo salted water until tender. neji for the lawyers uj (liiratit, ul t.t,M HHII. iHIr M.I u Sample Cop of current number malttJ upon message thus travels about 2,.")00 Thon peel and cut in oven slices nnd pour r. leaon the Ohl i IU tcrinot cimfuri utile tralmtune "- frX fouling CHpadty, Ineludlrg nl"ry. nu ho ft 'I thelatW'iit tlinoanJ celpt of 2." ef j - back rumbtrs, JS ctt. "'"- ' wi Biiraiiionr n iw twppn all pilnts In thnMonf, or 10 in Philip Honey, of StafTjrd, Va., owns n over them whllo hot a plain dressing of oil, 250, and for the sum miles instead of n.,ii lliacniintemart hi iun irain i vinegar, pepper nud cult. Shred very fluo l'iriiiliiiii ..t ullli rlilirr. which is said to have attained the nee .,ri all trunk lima la lletlOinllUtrd im: iiniir- AiiirtM somo red cnbbugo and mix with tho suueo of 25 cents or 1 ceut tor ten words for mule ';rt eil 12.rttt'vnn. ThoiupiT'irolllniitucW vri cm- -' ot 51 years The anlmel, once brown, is dressing, which will bring nut the deep red miles. Jouill . i(icl. ,.m.lr B. T. BUSH h SOU, PuWbhors, Ploy sin patroni I'nllmltotl Comfort. vvery hundred lriunt,ju,( ri.viiiiiK.n OIDcm iu tlie J'outh T.I S PATS. n. C.lrn. now a beautiful groy and is on'v a tr a coloring of tho cabbage. I leap up tho latter rAtallCoiiiotiliclcei K'J JBBr(.tfariot.l riAt u v lilt) A-- ITJ I'enrl SI...V. V. al.j jol. you will BuJ our llmo taMoa anil ttcketa. ray Hetneuiber, it cot tou noli in to try m tho uuddlo of a rather Hat milad dluli uud 'It, nl In trtrrcinilltr. cm ii Jlonon, on lion, Ktto .Von moneynnd sink to plenauM juur-?.e-If wCm C'uiaStrlciura. the arraugo the slieod of dressed celery, when U a'jTI.1 a n .1 "S (iader'a Cntckrn C ioler C.ire in and liafo a ave want K3 vrjooit7(h, i:.O.M(COUMll'K, j cold, uround it in a circle. An nddltlonal Alctt .1: Ml, The population of Montana Terrllor ! io cure In event it fall'" It Biurititd ()enral Paaenjor Ai;nt. I'nicn.'o. tjajTin cic!:l Ca. tho Itjdiw. :;. Y, h estimated to be 130,000, nn increace if garnish of sprigs of parslay onlook outside 'd by McRirerN rtty Ticket Acenta anJOlficfra: .' W-wmtvery initance. of tho celery lmprovo tho of thia I!. A. UciKtfKK, 227 llh AVO.. I)Ulivlll, Ky. SeMkf Drtsilm. 10,000 iutinr. it: rtejsat ;:sr, "t snludj 12'J Vino it, Cincinnati, o 1. M; TommscE, viu-nls- h S"he interim Journal i k n comparatively modern in Oiir nncextnrri never liiitfi'itl The? calmly nnd iWuiur.'ly nnhraced. There's a hiciliQjrenco between a htu mid an embrace. The hug Is an earnest, quick, iiupeluou contracion of the tnusclen of the arm and chest when the object to tm hugd lien within tbe circle hounded by the arm, while the chest in the goal or final point of the hug. The warmth of the hug ie determined br the extent of the The embrace U tnutcular contraction. merely the throwing out and partial c n triction of the nrm, vritl out any rppcial attention lo an objective pjtnt. Near rels lives chould bj embraced and out liueefd. An especially young acil pretty sunt may beexc-pted- , and can are known where an extremely Rood locking hue been the occicion of the merging of the embrace into the hut;, But thin is rarely done, pirticularly if the enibrncer U ie penitent on me pur.e ot me oiu ui.u .or tne necMMtii'9 as well an the luxuries til life. ToetubracjH mother in law i ifo low mcckery, ami st ouiu be sllemi.'e I ha lo be only when come impjrUnt id attuned, nnd even then it is hardly x- - Hugging addition, AMONG MECHANICS. A thin- - ffflM VMM I 219 to 227 W. Jofforson, 220 W. Market, money should not give who like to a trial. Truly tho wonder of this century. IK! step-moth- Wall Paper, I ) -- POWD Furniture, Absolutely Pure. Jr. Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. T .... (, Full and Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. ' one-hal- .., .it per-onsl Steer DF'Oiaiaca.. mii.ixr, B. K. WEAREItf. -- FURNITURE STORE HACK HFFFMA, Propriotoi-- pre-opp- ire es V 1 1 I lfl't"r' -t 1MIOTOG KAVIIKaC, ( ; s pl u Ott CHESAPEAKE II3j: wenr-iesistin- g KlIlht ' ar "..,. "WEST MOTHER i one-fourt- h -- sunn. h A .H .1 111 L sajgaBaS .o-- 1 1 1 : (, 11 -- n b! J- i M ,v.kn:i), Si I't Hfl, y, '' - l''r ium, ilvuntt i 'ouiHcaml ion i KRNfu-- hi iki' - "ia Coiirii'r-Jonrna- l, i et ; 1 r f.- -- - ..-.ti et 1 - 1 NEW FAST MAIL rr' a 1 'f i.. wel-coin- ed tut d i x'ii-rr,'.M- ""' ( 11 away-backe- jn. y. :mfvm I M. l.t)0. W ltinmiam- -