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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887102101 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. 1 i 9OTII VOL. XYI. ( c iwfeli Itiieftof STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. Pmeville's Big 3oom, To ,W-- - fl ?M'4A' tr ? I NO. 274. WOOD WALLACE, Huccenorj to Wallace A LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. the IMItor 1 fuhl Illicit Tiirmliiumiint Frhlau -- AT sjt-- j I'EHANNUM.CAHH. wo It iiuJrrslood It credit th.t l 10 will m ex- pected and demnded. - W. P. WALTONCRAB ORCHARD, -- A LINCOLN n te-r- i COUNTY. rrt-dn- l lie-l-n lli .' telcnhiins wiie pit nnI Mr K. U'. J i"' time k l'.irtm from iire hve Rin humltu '"i ierr ilir wuliin ilon. chiMtntit ih it1 V will lnj nn i"i urMiam'tnt ti I'lirUtUa ch'irci to niuV, Wlnily, proceoili to lit fir nhureh nirioi Mi N'eill CirW pupils Imiec ki tivt pxiotii n nrr irufrin.' rilcelr. 'W will b hir mtiitnii ' eotitN.ue "" thn Imhiii. Tli flood Templar' loili; i incrn in. in numbwM, new member bring imtiii-tnlui'Xl every week Neil Tue-iW- y ninbt there !! In n election o( new rfcThere hi ntl "' cl olli-ctt- Ittginnini: tt 1 o'clock v M .Sttiir.lnr, j'ober2. Mr;. Famile Kliniiin wlll.ue tiou ill hor "lock of milliner; 'n.l, which rt It'tlJrr Oarcrtt for unntint t abiut ftOO i vjrth, this hitfh V J. i: Ciruti U vi-r- "Ick M. t- nutlrin ,,n ' creiliT 'rout the I H Mf. .in fminuVr' - little ulrN, Mim KUMtof Mi i ihe LuU Kumt Mr. J. I!. Hi-leh retiirne.l from Ltiliile. Mi'Me LtiMnml Lil I)jore re iMiiiw in I.m cwter. Mr V. (. Klinlmin ln cone to CirieMTiilc, (ieirin Mr W. F. Kennedy li returned h.me, fter a moatii'i" ty in LouiKtille. ThrCrhOfcrJ and tlfpJt telephone ! eVcie.1 ouipsny met Tueily ninlil tb followink' ofiicem. Henry Fulbrr. prm iilent; J. F Holilnm, rice premileni, f. II. y "7 peral tUf. ,,i''' hiv l,','n "k Lit IJjii'tr. rfSunfonl, burden rour read era with a few Item from the "city of l'tne-vill1'ineville ia jut at thin particular titut Cl, the KMiideil bioui ianijinable. Properly iatO'diy wrth j'Mt three time what it v e IriHt weW Ttie reicon of this (;ruat rirr in vnlue i', our county court of claim haheeii in (.iioii for the pict four daye and li i. axreed to mk the ki;"lnluro to allow th"in io iiiue tiomU to the extent of 110,000, for IIim purpo0 of erecting .i j .il hihI a bildtfi over new ooilrl-bonLumbrrland rivrr IwihUi decided by down in the iMiirt to buiid Hie ruiirl-hoi- i" the Itottnui, about a iinrter of a mile below wnere II now r'tudt. Tim Inciti ill l'.rca on Ibeluidrf lately onnl the omirt-boil- 'n by J. J (lib'on end e'dd by him to the i'mevll'e Lind & lion Cuuipinv for J2j, (MK) Tne rompi'ii itrei-- to l iiiate a pub lio riinre of not lo man mm nod a half t'rtM in extent Ml screK, lur miire thm any point the cimiililoner may elcct. a win m an act Wutk w'lll be brKtln j cm be icollen llirriiii;ri ttit, le.lHlatl'.r, when It L'Htth tlUi" vi inter. Tnere waa a concid ertble oppiilion lo Inoiliui; the court-couhoiife al ltd place. Wnen th prop oxltlon waa up b'fore ibe court laat Turn Uj'iiii , rrprceerilal ire day, Hjii. I) elect from thlN oiinly. itlered in k!ive to the c.Hliily f 15,000 fjr Ihe pnvilecf of lo ctlinu tl t roiintT-'- f t n'l In farm, which ia on the wier of Yellow creek, fjur and half uiilte from Cumberl.nd (lap .Ml. Ja. F. Sltuhf r m ide the eame oiler, provided the court Inline be litnlt on hi farm, a mile from lti prei n' eiie, and about half k tuile 'roin where i; ie propped to be lo caled. Thee cflera were ric(ed lr the court, km l'uietille, tbouii not in the centre of the cotintv, h ihu in tn acceitle point in the county frooi all portions ol Ibe Hj;i'ln e" e, 1'inkviu.e, pprmlfion will ol tlm Interior Joiiraal.l ()jt II, 1SS7. -- With your Mr. M. I'.ielpi aold hi Htock of family The cl eti ui crop mis leison is eniiP. groceries ti Jime Citching, who wno will I'es are scarce and bringing from 12 continue at Ibe same aland. In M cents. K. I' Drown baa accrpte I a position a. A good teami-tc- r wimts h job. Address clerk for V. Ihreiug .S: C.. W. H. Otrmr box ij this place, haa accepted a p)illou with Firn .t Co. -- Tne l.'lih ciiltl,.i boy, artived at Mr. Jo-ei A. in Louierille thie Jine Monday week. H. C.flenryi building a new brn Jude llibert Iljrd airiycd Wednes- on the site of tbo one Inlely burned. day from M tncbeUer circti'l court, wnicti Wm. MtlJ'iieo, a rp peeled farmer of ia atlll ill elOR. II toll ui there were Sicagga Creek, died Tueday, Rged 70. nix men convicted for murder at Hxlen -- S'oriihum uinking is now at its height. and sentenced to the p'tiit&ntiarr arid two V f.ir crop of rant-- was cultivated this an encd fr mi Mmc'ietar up in Ymu pt Florence Washing Machine. t liife IxiuKht the rUht lo sell the Florence Wiftblnit Mur hlrift ami am nor prepared to furnish all who may wlsti to tare their clothe fro? the lublilruanil tearing incident to tliaolJ proceuot waahlng Take ono anJ try It and Ikj conTicct'l, I'll not worry you "limit buying unless you are fully iwlIitleJaa to Its merits. Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., Mer' llesdquiirtfrsat 3i. r. 8. ;rtf.v. Myers' siom. H. THE GENTS' FURNISHER a m a; i:ts run tiik I. DI A.N i POMS LAViVDKY. I am dully opening an elegant line of Spring and Bummer Millinery, Including all E H.FOX, OlXVIliLE. ICY. to till e eaat nair lulMIng ''era- ... ... la I. t f ap llian mwu ,'",.,.- r.rti . .. U... ' -J IU arc IIIIIUWI 111, lilt, puuuc WllU uo I :urea frum l'uotOi;raitij to Ufa alz i, .Satlslatl guur- II.a klfn Ihn t.rta, --. ...u to lt rt cmnly. () , Tout. day a moun waa inide io re cjneidrr the order pltoin,; the cuiirl'hou'e in Ibe bjliom blo inu, and Mr. Cil'oo T i . ",l1 (ian eentU wan nnd highly rp'?c!,, Here on tanh he faithful who knew him ly nrred hit Mler and h Kone home lo er a crown. "llrreiti In ice thi Cir.tol'a long life ar.o r tbo brUUt, et.rnal hore." He ntta In Chrlit Hi three utirf atricken daiiahterH who are left to mourn hi loa hate Ihe aTtupathy of many r'eods in their n i'J berfaTtfiacn'. 7 Is,l.l7.73; aod FnUy mtrniiu tT K' 0. V. Yncey, the lat aniuicnt w wnlnrsflT aliended and lb" proctaslon to told by the ametuor that at the present rate trie snre ibe lonkjoit rtn Iteru for many a hi' book, ehow that tl toMl will bt be iweenjl 200.000 and ilJtdO 000, and it u s Jrt. The i'ecened w an earnist chri I L- iu hi arKiimenl atatel tl al if they would on hin frm he locttn tte court l,oii would build it and a j til, and make them a free tfill to the cmnly. Tod motion to w.h ovfrruled. Fjuie member" ol A C'rml thee urt doub el HuicIiIouh ICituiMon, ii4 adt inability ol im-Ini- ; bond of the cotintv to o greit an HfMiirer, W A. Cnon, bimneM wick, mtnuser; Thorn i IJInnfonl, line replrei; amount at Ihe present lime, but all agreed .til nnd a W. M. O'Hrrun cd E. W. Jone. ope that bjildtni; u court lioti-U (I. lnver, "ollcilor nod hridne orer C'uuiberlaiid river are umttm which of necjiity Mr- - tiror.e V. Kins' funeral, l Ibe Hipllnl church lant The taxable property of Hell county at M.e pMsbed eorelr, rtoi. e, L' with Ihe development that are now beint; made, in lbs9 the arHoent will reach fd.OOO.OOO. The expen'e o' the calmly have been Vrrv Rreat during the p ift yeir and the nuiotiot of cUian Allowed by the court at th prevent term i about f. 1,000. Heretofore Hie cMm hive amount cd to about f'J.iOO Toero are absut 1,500 abjitt 1,400 depait-- d Riilde laxpivera iu the couj'.y and Mit Ibe Pheph.rd i.f voter, and takir oil the delinquent Hit, thtm nnd their lire be like ilia May which was thi ye u 150, wa have 1.2 li tax they be coneoled wilh the thoiiRht that Lul year the poll ptyera in the otiiiy while they en not brmt him back lo them wa f2 , while fir the present yetr it e IhU ruelalna tax tby can an to him, and ia fixed at -- l' An ad valorem of 20 them may Ihey y "I'll' Lord Rave, Ihe cent on each $100 wort'i of property w Lird halb Inken nwy, hU-- ed be the iMiue ordered lo bj collectei to meet the ioterent of the Lord." on band that mf be itlel durin.' tin' IX the MOUNT oi Omvim Tne lower year. The county ia entirely out of debt Her which it beini: orecu-- lT b KcMtiant on and hiii a few dolhrii in the trea'tiry i bond will ba iuei at n low rate ul inter the huluiil point of the'.Mount of O ite already 'evcrnl loriehiKb, but one unre ent, perhp a low na i per cent per aaiitui The object ia lo mako ii ao I hrlieve eom have bjen contracted for at U to be adJfd nnd I)dd that rate From the above you ctn ee that hiKh tbal bolh the Mediterranean be!-eefrom Ihe top. A number I'ineville ctnail'ird to "hioui " In k few etfa uny ifl.jlU will bepleed in tho tower. In daya 100 acrH of nice, level hoitom larnl du'islni: the foundation Haven christian will be litil oil into Hi(iiare and (omu lul. and btiiine hnue .tail residence will tie jjravw wre found, lowlier with an in (Jreek, in which the word going up on all lckv, A 510,000 hotel i' Then dlephaoui" could Lyct be deciphered.-Ilj- uie to be one of the firnt improvement It wo Hru to have n Rood hank buildim:. Journal. hai been decided to open a bnk hero for niln-i.te- r We hetrJ lh;other day of a yomitf The ctpi-t- il accommnJation of buinei "taken idnwn" very hand-eom- flr the who ffii atock will be $50,000 or $75 000, U.e teen br i bfiKt Hltle irl. Ho had greater ptrt of which tiaaalreidy be, n attb called upn lite unexpec edly to eddrew cril) v!. The bank will bt managed and S mday xohoil. and to give htmelf time be aikod a quealion: cmirulltdbr local parii'i and will not to collect hi HioujIiU he front other under the cintrol of pernon 1 M'mIi Cil',r'u1',tild he, ""lH fhall Four eteam eaw mill have ulreoilv place biit ' A little lrt onLlbo (ront sent, been erected on tin htukti of ihe Cumber to memory who had brtwelfl comuiitled near Finvile two rf wtitthare ,overAldlamUU)n.heM UP ber hand ami land river, lime, O.ie of ihe- H.id. "What do you in operation at thi ,hr.ll v)ice in mlil w'ib.. completed will iMt ntiuiii 40 k r.o s V 0JJ to )(i0 leel nf lumbar per da. Otmr and Jen-rtrmill uieti ar) com in.; up the river nnd re MaimhiS -- Of. Fouler,. i'BTlor tho tiral neeking lactttona for uiiiUitud other lum bivTH euccewf illy psrformed of au ovirian her luiiiufacttiring exlabliihinentH operation for the romovai -,of the Tne Cumbjrland Valley tumor ever tieinp:ea nil"": lmot ,.,IenlUMlM Miff Smith. The tumor Liuinvillo St Nashville rxi'road i & WIkkIiw completed to thin point. A few title mih io eiahed 10 pound. '.Et.on i!winlnK mill tit lie mtde yet; t'len Ihe bruise are In he put i,,,. atartcd u O Green, of Geor.U and up btf ore the "roar of the iron hore" cu It'cbiuind. nV T. week be heard in this land. We have been prom Nntile Todd were m.rried Uat MJ mx Milton E'.liott.-Ciited that the car will be running between b; of Janiury, we know of ia lo here and Corbin by the The p)oret economy Work has already been cumme.iced of chickens die with lbSS let let; dollar worth Cumbjrland Gap en I cent ,,Jllle of Gan,el' on the roid between wten a cinu-I lo cure Knoxville, Tencewee, an we httve bjen inia KuarHnteed Chicken Uoolera Cure thla end froai Pinavilln ti hih Tnfo wonderful formed that chicken-- . one hundred GO baijun in tide dsjn, will r,,dyUoll'rMcKihu&8f.B. 2. Gap rate, 1)9 all atray bjlletaof and other 'ei: t if any Bfdleyhaa too much (.experience in idemica"o( that niture should ml u tin a man who le til that tlm we eipec to ro to Stanford nn CoDsrecelonul rc to tackle knowing that he the"kears" "when the roees come again " IriJe of hie district, hoped tht uu and Culls Ituchlng, Corsets, Ilutloi, etc. You Ejjjen Cdyer, a 12 year old son of will tiud meat the rooms lately vacated by Smiley A Warren, next door to the Myers Home. A party ol ten from North Midd'etown William Colyer. died at Glade Tuesday of toel. KA TE It VI) I) Ell A II. paaaed through here Wedne-dj- y uiroulu llux WM. AVGE1. to tho mouth of Liurel ri.-j-r to epen.l A 11 inuh eir ol oorn i JKS. U. OIVB IS. what W. tj Fecu Notary Public week in hunting and fihing Ailsm claims tit Iiave raided on hit, place Thre AND to ba name deer in that locality, be this s'on ! -- A eitle au ahuniUnce of ild turky nnd drove of 100 bogs belonging to Ed LAW, Having rented tho table on Depot street, I m other aujall gime, an I eicnlleat limitig. Walkor, of Clirrard, iassed through town 311 Fifth Street, prepartd to train aud break harsoa on reutoaatie W M Howard, n coal operator, killed Wtdoeday going lo I!ocfecatltj River to terms. County Court day trade solicited. - . a negro named Humphrey ut Eiet lljrn-ttad- t the uoxst J It II X II. tVl HVESTMl, HtnloiJ, Ky llooms 3 aud S, Cromle Block, ) M jnday. A dispute aroe over Alvah PjIIiih with Ju Kennedy, of lat nn account, when Howard and the negro Kirkerille, pastd through here oi e day PEARSON & CLARK, clinched and during the ctilll Howard last tk on their return from Ei.it IJern drew bin revolver and ehnt tho negro, tadt where Ihey had made an extensive LONDON, KY. killing him iutnritly. Corlltcting reports coal di'E.1 F .B. RIXEV, Proprlotor. Mr. C. W. Watron, of Pulaki, was reach here at to Howard'e justification. LEXINGTON, ZY. (Inn I1. J ihnson, the man who winds here lat week with a hore to be shod that TlioroiiRlily Ittiiini.toit ami Kcriir-ulslic- it 12 A; West XVXnlu 8troot. the clock in the toer of tbo lown hall, ha hnd been taken lo Lancaster, Stanford and ttironxlioiif. I'lrNt.cluHH Fare ,i'lL't". Iay ami nljclit struck 'or higher wage and ibe clock hie Crab Orchard for the same purpose, but the anil animal aa so contrary the blacksmiths at talus are met liy polltp I'orlerNof tills "stopped short never to g again," unle popular House. JSrXSWCOSIJS (Iran i paid $1 for each time he wind her lhoe places could do nothing with him. up. We can't blame him fur wanting $1 Our Tom Tsy'or did the work afler a hard MT VERNON, KY. fjr turning a crank 20 minute for the tuiel of two and a half houis. Tom has g n This old nnd Hotel Is still JIWXT., IIICII310M). KV county, crnidering the other cranVs com never failed to put tho sbco on when he Ita fine reputation. Charges reasonable undertook to do o tho ps ipln very dearly. Special Rttentlou to the traveling public. Y7ILLIS, Jack Adam, while out a few days 31. V, SEWtOMB, Pro'r, . Tor a good Tablo A Cindei in Her Eye. Mt. Vernon, Ky. since, Ireed what he suppoed to be a coon, And clean acd veil furnished rooms, thi- - Uote.1 ''I beg joor part'on, uiadauie" eatd a He saw it among the limbs and fired his h.n no superior, Uoodw) ample rooms attached.y It S.MAIU1.N. JSO. M. rKRKIHS. 2ul-ler day. Witaie. ji JiRODllEiD, Ky., May, 1S7. sweet faced girl to a matronly country wo gun at it bringing it down, His dogs Albright A Martin beg to Inform tbelr many man jeMerday in one of the railroad sta- grabbid it and a big t'uht ensued. Mr. A i friends an J customers ol be change In firm name ,0 tions, ' but noil'd you be kind enough to ran in and caught the animal by the hind PEItKIXS. take tbia cinder out of my eyt ''' A, the legs nnd after receiving a ssvere scratching ST. CLOUD HOTEL, Tno MAItTIX not only to sustain the repnew firm hopfs girl epnke she removed her handkerchief on the face and arms managed to strike it make many imutation of tbeold, but intends to ol tobacco which provements iu the manufacture from hrr f'ce, disclosing one of ber eye, against a tree, killing it It ptoved to be a Kill. 2ND A JhFKM.!iON NTS , will be to tho intcreatot our customers. Wo will d which wa very mucs itllimed. Tne devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands wild cat weighing 50 pound Mr. A. will of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past dame was not only anxious but be more careful iu the future when catch- - - KY., fetors aud asking tor a continuation of your trade, yours. we remain, willing to asii the sutlerer and for several ing coons. 5 6m JIAltri A) 1'EItKIXS. minute." 'lie worked hard to find the ob Jacktoa Conn, that clever friend of VA1V F. JsH OAS, Prop. jectionnble mole 8he wrj not successful, ours, with the Altamont Coal Company, qirl thanked writes u that it was $115 and not $150 Stroot Cars pass tho Ilotol for oil however, and the sweet-faceDIt.I.S.UUKDETT, her prettily when she informed her that no that be sold his horse for to Wuo. Hiatt Depots, The Exposition, Race doubt "it had worked its. way out" end Ita our treat to oyster. Ha fays further OCULIST. Courao, and all placos of that her eve would aonn be comfortable, on in hi lette': "Mtsa Alcca Cirasn, of BRODHEAD, KY. intorost. Special ratos Tlea they pu'cl. Fifteen uiirute Brodhead, haa been teaching a number ol Una had an experience ol over fifteen ,years, and ihe woman from the conniry went to the the L'urel ladies to 'decorate' jugs the bis successfully treated bundrels of cases to Merchants and attention is given to the treatment of all disticket otHce to buy her ticket. Her pocket outside however. J A Ovens, tte opera Commorctal eases of the eyes. Name and address ot patients wa mi'sicg. bemoaning her tor at this place, ia an accommodating gen Wnile book cured given on application if desired. Mon, loi she discovered that her watch was mis tlemin and when interrogated in regard to ICK I),VV ing alu, and ft 'ttrther examination showed railroad matters that concern the public, HATEM, tfi.() like-rrifaahion;d breaa'.-pi- o waa thai her oil he give satisfactory answers, unliko some he suspected that she hnd other operators who wear fmaller hale." goue. been the victim of t thief, but sbc did not Mr George Simpnon, of Lebanon, was CHICKEN girl with the affair here Monday, looking up the business af connect the sweet-facewith a 'police fairs of his deceased nephew, J. D. Caan To'tho Citizoa of Lincoln County: until she hail a conversation Cure ! Havinj ret'nt'y onuloi otlicer. a.fino Holler Milt la dler. Hiram Hays, a well known commertbo town ol lUiifjid that w, Wj any Mill to' been assigned to the ter- equal tnquallty of floir, we ttimlc tbo citizens ot cial tiaveler, haa A dispatch from I'arU saye that Mr. the county should nave cmnty pride eiioiub to of Virginia, and Mr Durbank, of ritory that J. D. Caandler successfully ran fiatroDlze and sustain the urns iVo wish to It may concern lhat we are In the for eome yeaie. Mrs II. Carpenter hs re Keu'uckr, quarreled Friday night and market to buy jour wheat and corn nnd will turned from Knoxville after a two monthb' glva the highest mtrket prlco tor same. We lo fi.ht a duel. They drove with I aio added some new machinery to our corn meal tt.eir seend to the Hoi de Hologne. visit to friend there Mrs. Mary Conn, of depsrtment and cinuow mako meal to suit any' Brodhead, is visiting her daughter, Mra, J. person It canuot batquaksl by any other Mill In Meanwhile Mr William Nair, of St Liu Wo soil u a trial In our Ibur and this vlc'nlty meal depaitiiient. Allharlng our line is, one of the seconds, unloaded the pistols W Rrown, t this j.lace. J. W. Nesbitt, lor sale will pleise call at Mill, grain Inour agont where Upon nrrl'ing on the ground, the duelists mir s ave man, ia in Cincinnati to meet New can be found at all times, wbu will gltu the bet Yore coojerago exporters. 'Big John" prios lor same. iUaidaid ihip stutt alway. in were placed in position and handed the empstock. ir. .v. I'orrti. Mmrt.'i Jackson, J W. Mullins, Crit and Dr. Cald btautoid Poller Mill to. l'lie seconds then hnstily re en ty weapon carralges and drove ou When well, of London, weie here Monday. tered their Speakiug of thetoom in the C'jmb.r the priucipil found that their pistols were Notice of Amoudniont land Valley apd Entcrn Kentucky in coal tieless they concluded lo return to Paris. There being but one cab they wero forced lands and real estate generally, it ia a mat VJfcrtfr": wsjfr of cf no tittle surprise to a thinking and to shate ii, and by the time they had reach per-oto see immense coal beds ed the city they had made up their iiuarrel observing Thousands of dollars worth of Tbe unlersigned amend the arttcks of imorpor-at'o- n right here in our own county, b.H a abort ami wetego.od friends niiu. chickens die every year from Cholof tbe Stanford Keller Mill Company, adoptdistance from lht railroad track, remain era. It is more fatal to chickens than ed Fob. IT IM7, anl on that day filed for record "You love my daughtei?" said Ibe old idle and undeveloped when it haa been In iheC eiL'a olUra of Lincoln county, Ky., as fol- all other diseases combined. But the ' y man. "Love hei'1 he exclaimed, demontrated and shown that there are lows: discovery of a remedy that fwitirtly I Tho Capital Stock ol tall Co.npany shall be nir, I would die for hei! For more that two coal deposits running from cures .has been made, and to be consoft glance from tnoo sweet eyes I :S to 50 inches. With the proper capital fjrty thousand dollars. one its efficacy only requires a If. The cjrporitioa stittl at no Incur n vinced of would hurl my'elf from yondtr cliU and and management immense uantitie of detit i xceedlng twenty lx thomand time hundred trial. A bottle is enough for six perish, a bleeding, bruised ma upon the this valuable commodity could be taken ani tilty dollars. one hundred chickens. It is guarW (i. WKt.CH, (.. A. I.ACKEV, rocks 200 feel be'ow." out on a paying basis. The mines in quesanteed. If, after using two thirds of H. S. WITHKlle, Tne old man shook his head. tion are nn Brush Creek near tlie K C S. Il.MIANK", .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly tos kj stki:. ror.Gorua keu satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken "I am somewhat of a liar myelf," he railroad s ud, ' and one ia enough for a mall family Cholera, return it to the undersigned Hapi'V Fall.-I- n a village near NiA ! jikI your money will be refunded. York Sun like mine."-Ne- w agara Foils, last Thursday evening, a young tUy. er. remorl The Latest Novelties of the Se'tson. Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars lliunl Livery, Training, -- SALE STABLE AYRES& GIVENS, -- ATTORNEYS AT liOUlSVIljLE, ltv. (ll'tj-ly.- .TAUMSON mount;, Wholesale Grocers 1-203-C- lc 20T-C- HOXJB7.. suite-Ulnln- WILLIS HOUSE, J. E. Proprietor. THE tt kind-hearti- I LOUISVILLE, i d 'ar Bpe-ci- al 2i0-6t- e NOTICE. 1 p A3STTEE' Cholera J s do-cid- 1-tf tr Articles Incorporation. - I n parion-ntely,"wh- 50-cen- JW-li- si t XDreloasBiiKjAjJJ?ii,.v MISS SALLIE HARRISON, At West Point there is n dog winch be long, to the bind, and every afternoon at near dres parade the ilog nations bim-m- f The the cannon which is lired at annuel. do watc'ie in.i'titU for the dichnrge and then HtartB down lull to look for the ball. m Ibis be haa dune for year, with the pre-ol-ii- and regularity dutv Hi the Point , A wouinn waa making ber toilet in her room over the parlor to receive hir loyer. who, in the meantime was being entertained by tl.n folks below. By some miabap the boards of the floor of tic girls room displaced, and stepping backward on a fatal spot eho suddenly foiled l.cr elf which mark every o'iniiii! desperately lo the joists with er be-ci1 For sale by McKoberts A Slugs. Stanford. Formnlv ot t"a'itord, has opened a I'lirrliaslnz Aneccv la Cincinnati, aid all or Ims 10 her at IJ7 West 8th 9tr",t, wid receive pergonal auJ jroiupt attention, nuVi n sivclitty o Piesi (lo)ds, b 11 will reolve ord rs (jr furniture, and In ltd everything una could wish The pair r.i,to'tl".ci la lbs cl tils s dim y iially solicited L. & N. Louisville & -- ''..Mf Nashville R. R. iiKUii- - f.it dangling in the parlor below. It seemed a long way down to the frightened girl, but, alter a moinetu'a thought and many te Buratice of assistance from her lover be low, she shut her ejea tightly, let go, and Lund herself iu thv at mi of hor adorer, none the orse for her Hdyeutttre- .- Bo'lon run mi ;" Sl'-OO- ej. Dkmand ijk CoKsiarcKcv.- - Make drinking disgraceful itud prohibition laws will not be so badly needed. We Lave no patience with the woman who heap abuse iipjn a mm for voting ngainst prohibition fill nt the same lima allow her daughter to krp company with one of the young bloods, who gu's drunk two or three nights Kooxvillo Tribune in the week. Her head was pillowed on his breast and looking up in slv way she said, "Do you " "You mean know, dear George, that dear Jame, I think," j interrupted, enul ' Why, yes, to ing fondly at her mistake I am. I wa thinking boeun; how atupid this it Wednedav evening!" h-- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY TUMOUOIl THUS Ii LIN13 raculty, Alvantiitr'.Kiilliltliy Inrnth n Kloven InPfpirt.1 Hi if nti 1 1 Mi. Ii In tbo irt 1 llluo tlnt ntri'ii. llciliied nnd bo.pit tblucommim-Ii)- . , M. dertte iirnii-eKWO tn J.'IO. Attend tin eesKimi . a, frum lMutca. hiwritssios oeivs lat r. -LI Hi K full Infc rmntioiiiuid t'.ttalotiu , xrrb-i- RICHMOND. KY. SOUTH & WEST IVI1U I .to Tiia 1M A Bio Jon, Truly. Gov. Bod well, of Maine, aayn "I am trying to enfoice pro L. H. BLANT0N.D. ' D Chancellor. Pullman Palace Sleepers. IisiiilHvlUe lt Ibe We hM" c8ler Ne- -. much aH a'nnjc baves.ld ai defied by 15 000 vote..-L- an" b I9HIE. hn,,Bht and A Hopiinsvilte man cot the $10,000 prize in the Lotneiaia Lottery. North Carolina i sparsely ettled, and it is a strAn.n fast, tha', although it is three time as large as Masjachusvtts, its largest city, Wilmington, boaat of only 20,000 hibilion in Maine, bntit'a the biggest job The law i fairly well I ever undertook enforced in the rural dis'ricta and receives the support of the community, but iu the larger cities and towra it ia impossible to enforce il, as the liquor men defy it and iu many instances the local authorities conspire with the violators aud tccept bribes from them. The general public in the State have no idea of the success of the violators of Ihe law," i ARBUGKLES' Tiamo to llNlilI(S on a packago of COFFEE U a guanmtoo of oxcollonco. Atlanta, .TltMliplliH, AIuiitKouitiry, ARI0SA COFFEE is kept in all first-class Mobile and Xv.v OrleiuiH. Only oue cunu Mtlle Kotk. ie to points In stores from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ' COFFEE is novor good when oxposocl to tbo air. Always buy this brand in hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. I Hceklcg homes on tbe line of tbls roai will recclva JTHee Agents of Ac,, cr write C. statue of Gen. Meade waa unveiled at Philadelphia Tuesday. A special rates. tbl Company lor rales, route ArMOUL", O. I'.AT. A., Louisville, Ky. i'. r NOTES OF CURRENT . lhfT f T !, ?nj if ri'Wh'i f7S. WALLACE CARPENIER Stanford. Ky - October 21, 1887 i W. P. WALTON. 'i I l I' II Monday. at Stratford the Stanford Si Ilii'lonville pike. About Five Territories will knock at tho 11:30 o'clock on Friday night, March 11, djor nf Congress for admission into the sis- 1SS7, Hughes, n white man working .for terhood of States during the next session. Mr. Carpenter, came to my houre and told Collins Fitch, who has been a Mason me some one had killed Mr. Carpenter. I for G7 year aud is the oldest living one in ran over to Mr. C 'a bouse as soon as 1 Kentucky, is in attend toce upn the Grand could and found Adam Cirpenter lying Lodge. dead in the yard on the west side of his Btnker Kiwson will recover from the hous. O.i examination I found that three murderous as'iuh made upon him as he balls had entered his runt side. Oie of was coming out of a church at Coicago the balls was cut out on the tppofite side Sunday. and looked like a ball made with a mold, Gov. Buckner has pirdoned deserter as there was a neck toil. Tne house faced Tue Supreme Court will hear arguments Patterson, who was eerviog out a court the pike north and there was a porch and in the question rsied by the habete corpus martial sentence in the Louisville jail for door westward. Tnere was a e case of Attorney General Ayres and other "JO days. of the west yard and the garden was south An explosibn of natural gs in Pittsimprisoned State officra of Virginia on the Adam Carsouth and back of coal-ho- u; 2i Monday in November, and memwhile burg killed five and wounded many other penter was lying west of house near front the prisoners will be ret at liberty on their persons, beside damagin; a great deal of of north end Saw paper between own recogtvzince in the um of SI, 000 property. aud Carpenter's body, which looked SenatorStanlord says he would resign as if it had been powder burnt. The next each to answer to the summons of that court, whenthirpreance ahall be requited his sett but the California legislature. day I saw tracks in garden running across i In explauatioi of this decision, the Chief which is democratic would elect n Senator garden bick of I noticed that were pub of that pursuasion Justice stated that the prisoners the track indicated that it was made with a A echooner captain met a waterlogged shoe rundown at tbe heel and with the lie cfihere. charged with public duties, and tho preemption was thit they were actua- French sloop of! St. Pierre and on board- spur leather hanging over the heel with ted in this proceeding by a dedre to obtain ing her found 10 drowned men in the cab- strip nailed on side of heel to straighten a decision upon the questions at isue, and in, but no living soul heel up. (Wallace's nhoes were then ex A mexican court has just sentenced an hibiled, which Mr. Brown was sure had not to manifest contempt for the court be engineer on the Mexican Central railroad made the tracks ) I noticed that Wallace low. Tne ci'e will be watched with interto ten years' imprisonment for running wore his over shoes until after the crowd est by every believer in S'ato's rights cattle drover. over and killing left and then took them off Wallace did In 18S3 John Perkins murdered James Prices for Texan c ttla are now as low not assist in cearci for evidence of the mur Diiley in Franklin county. Since then he as ever known before and yet the best au- der. haa been tried three turns; first a hung thority on the subject say that Texas catJ.M.Cook testified that the bullet be two years' imprisonment, which tlemen are still making a living profit. exhibited was taken from the body of Car- neday, wneu he was told tint (he speakof Appeals reversed; third a life the Court A guy ropi o' n derrick at the new penter. It was hand moulded and had a ing would probibly la-- t until eeolence anil another reversal. If he should cutoui Home, io Louisville, bro'te, letting neck on it. Wallace wuila he wa eveiiitu Tne impre-fiopr v tilted Wi.it get his deeerts in a death sentence at his machinery which fell upon Pat Tuck- there and cried loudly and the Court of Ap- down the pro'fctiliou did not make out quite so trial about to occur er and Mike Brennan, crushing tbem to a In March, 1SS7, I lived strong a ca-- as bif re. Tne jury was not George Brown: peals can be Induced to "hands ofl," Mr. horrible death. Casey county farm, the brightest looking set of men, though Ht Adam Carpenter's Perkins will find that while justice is ex By the fall of an unfinished building six miles west of Hnstonville. Wallace mot of them had honeM countenances. trcmely slow, it is in some caasi exceeding in Harlem, X. Y five workmen were killed made my houe his home. I heard him K. C W. ly eure. and aboutadrzsn others were injured, some make repent ;d threats against his father following diepttcn was received last The Some ill mannered, though of them seriously. Tne accident was the and say: If I kill my father I will be evening: hoodlums, of Nashville, stood oil and made result of haste and bad management. justifiable. If you don't believe it, just Somerset, Oct. 20. Arguments were fun of the farmers and working men, who The grand lodge of Masons in session ask ma.1 The evening before the killing made by Metsrs. Parker, Sautley and Hill were poorly clad, as they crowded up to at Louisville reiterates its decision that the Wallace ate supper about dark, sat around ebake bands with President Cleveland, sale of intoxicating liquors by the drink is the room with witness and wife, pulled ofJ for the defense and Warren, Stone and fjr tbe Commoowerlth. Hern-dowhich the latter upon hearing rebuked a Masonic offence and that saloon keepers bis shoes, left them in their room and went HernJon closed the argument and at noon the by eaying in a dignified and positive manare not to be admitted into the order. Afterwards to his room in his sock feet. io the jury. J ah, Denton. ner, "These good people are here out of The receipts of the Soufh Nashville witness heard noise as if made by some one case was given The jury was still out at liM accounts ret pec t for me. I am not willing for you Building & Mechanics' Saying Association stepping around in Wallace's room overto make eport of them, It is not right." during the past sir months were $31,520.-82- . head. His Sunday shoes which were blark-e- and the probabilities are that there is an other mistrial. The laughter and comment ceased. It has a reserve fund of SG.000 with were in his room. His mare was clean when put up the evening before. When M. J which to pay off the first of eight series. Heotor Talhott, a Lexington youth, Tbe report of First Controller Gen. Ben F. Butler, it is authorita Wallace was awakened that night he askwas accidentally killed by Malcomb Brown Durham, with which he has favored us, shows that his office haa examined during tive'y announced, has been retained as ed 'Who killed p?'his Sunday shoes were while out hutitin;. counsel in the Chicago anarchist cases. He muddy. The mare had mud and dry per OSS accounts and issued vouchAt a re:ent fire in II inkow, C lina, one the year amount of 2,771 2t9, involving will receive a retainer fee of $1,500 and spiration on her. He had paper in his thousand liyes were lost and property valers to tbe of $2-3some kind of ''electric ued at $3,000,000 destroys! a room advertising the sum of $2,923,924,010.22 The Judge tbe modest consideration fluid," the same kind as found in Adam J. Soule Smith was chosen Grand Massubmits some valuable suggestions with re- day. The fellow Iledrlck, who killed Po Carpenter's yard powder burnt. At ter by the State Maeoni. The addre's o' gard to claims against the government and next day Wallace sent for witness the retiring Master, James W. Hoppsr, is a asks that tbe statute of limitation be ap licemsn Boyle in Louisville, has been discharged from cutody. Of course there and was found in a barroom; said to niOJt exhaustiye and excellent one. plied to tbem. could nothing be done to a man for bo slight 'Do all you can for me, don't say Tot'uii on NewdPAreit Heath. -- The Tin: convention t the Knights of Ltbor an infraction of the law as killing a police- anything about those threats, I will let you non payipg subcriber; the dead beat who at Minneapolis is a regular monkev and man. have the field that father let me have to Open war is made on swindles lh job ofiiie; tbe advertiser w.m parrot exhibition Mrs. Eiizi J. Nicholson, of tho New put in corn. I tell you how the mud got Mr. Powderly, tbe most sensible and unst Orleans Picayune, is controlling proprietor promises to pay to moirosr and never pty on Nell, I rode her through a pind.' He at all, all toe vampires who not amid llc conservative man thatcoulJ beat the head aud editor of the paper, and dur- then oilered witness nome money to get wrecs of newspaper enterpri'os with ieem of the organizttion, and there is every evi ing her administration of ita affairs has whisky with." Mr. Brown was tangled f" "HI J.U A. mg mditlerence to the ''fearful ruin ttjy O dence of a general split up. If this kind seen a debt of 335,000 lifted and ita proa considerably in the cross examination. of business continues the future cf tbe orta?e wrought," thesa rotten, cancerous perity every year increased D. Spillman Carpenter thou ght that the that blight by their polluted touch der can be easily predicted. The manuscript of the original ordi- tracks in the garden and up the creek were the business prosperity of every communiJuixieTomev, of the Law and Equity nance of secession issued by the State of made by the ehoj) that Wallace ha oa ty in which they an permitted to exist, Court of Louisville, has refused to grant a Virginia has been sold by Mrs, Charles Tne tracks showed that the man was run have victim. red us to such an extent that petition to bs mtde a fememle and lays Bullts, of Worthington, Minn., in whose ning and that the heels of the shoes were we have determined to call a hall, at le&st down some good law in those ci'es. Such possession it was, to George H. Tread well, rundown Believed tb it bjrnt piper exunti their ecojrsed names can be bereft of cf theG. A. 11., for $1,000 petitions are often for the purpose of swinhibited was the same ttiat was found becompanionship with those of honest men Depositions will be taken at a given tween creditors, who are induce! to trust a dling and body. -- West Liberty Gem. man on the property he has in siht, only point on D!x River, day after Squire John E'lis testified teat ho saw For the first time in many years tbe to pee it transferred to his wife, when he at- to settle the question between the Stanford tracks in garden; found powder burnt paSouth is visited by a president who does JoOKNAj, aud tbe IttQultr ai to whether tempts to make tbe debt. paper compared with per near Mayor Francis, of 8f. Louis, ever lived on some found in Wallace's room at Brown's; not regard that section as a foreign counhas written to Parsons, the anarchist, try and its ruling classes as slien enemies. Richmond Climax, Dix River. traced tracks to rear of garden and lo)ked the governor of Illinois that he wants no The South pprt:itlei the visit and ad Henry 'A mmerman, liying near Fay as if they were made with the shoes htnded commutation of sentence, He is either inmires and loves the man, and may be deette Station, W. Va., told his wife that he him (Wallace's ahoes) to examine; noticsd nocent or guilty; if tke former he demands pended upon to do her duty at the election he would go out and kill himself. that Wallace made no attempt to fiid clew balieveJ bia freedom, if the latter he wants to hang next veir. It will be the Slid S,uth again Let She told him he was too big a coward and to the murderer. in preference to life imprisonment, in lbSS Louisville Times. Was sleeping in dared him to try it. He didn't take the Mrs. Adam Cirpenter: J him hang, Gov. 0leeby. iLWlVGUl wns window) dare and placing a gun to his hend he blew my chamber fronting northwest; Stranger office (at ticket jSLvVvj-IrfT-V-J jnr'g xc iljt ffT 3rr ttttttt inr tt tr irwir tt tt. r n tl The presidential pany hae about com- what little brains h bad out. 'When does the next train West star.?" awake with my baby when I heard a pleted its triumphal tour, which has beeu The Louisville Commercial got out of a sounding as if made ori the weather-boardin- g; Unintelligible grunt by ticket agent "Is ' pleasant and profitable to all concerned. $Q,000 libel suit by retracting and apolodid not wake my husband; he it a through train or a way train?" Grunt The president has added to his leiiion of gizing, and discharging the reporter who awoke when the third and last rap waa "Young man, I am the new Kiiperintendeut frienda and convinced everybody that the wrote the article. It chargsd Burton Vance, made; he git up, got his gun and in going of this rot a id am delighted with the evi . . - WJ J "T- - SZJ J J ' "man of destiny" ia also a man of many a young lawyer, with writing obscene epi- to the door Btumbled over a chair; I did dence you give of long experience in your great parts thets upon the poll books alongside every not wake him when I heard the rapping position; your salary shall he raied at man'n name recorded for prohibition, Ooiaha World. because I was alriid he would get hurt as on:e'' ENVI0U3 people claim that President Tne tax receiver of Louisville haa lev 'IlltH I- K- he went out; we had heard noises around 4!JW Cleveland gets his speeches out of cyclopeThe editor of an esteemed contompirary knows them by ied upon the furniture aud fixtures of tbe the houss several nights bjfore; I told my wonders how he will get bis clothes on Drufjs, Books, Stationery and dias. Be that ai it may he beau mighty well and never fails to score a banks doing business in the city, to eatisfy husbind not to go out, but to go up stairs over his wings when he gets to heaven. Fancy Articles. for city taxes. The banks claim and see if he could not see what it was point with them. It's a mighty gcoi one claims Dou't worry, dear brother, on that ecore exemption under an act of the legislature, from there; he would not do as I asked him You may some time find difficulty in Mt flmlilam' i'r'nr.)lon anurM.lj toinxnincll that he uses, that's a fact. - A,r, tsW' V VV ' and will take legal steps to prevent the col- but went out la a few seconds I heard a ilni your boots on over your cloven hoofs TmeSI. Louis woman who threw a pan- lection of taxes by sale or otherwise. shot which sounded like the report of a or making your hat cover your iiorrn, but cake at Mrs, Cleveland was fined $50 for Tbe National Toothpick Association, gun; I thought Mr. C. had hot somebody don't you bother about the wins. fun. If the cake wbb as hard aa those of Maine, expects to manufacture enough or somebody had shot him; was afraid to the ome women can make it was a deadly wooden toothpicks the present year to load go out for fear Mr. Carpenter or whoever Q lite d nuaibsr of pjrions crossed the The Largest Btocx of Watches, Olooks m--. therefore is a train of fifty railway care. The number inwiv no Biiverware missile and the punishment shot might shoot me; called Mr ilughen Arkansas river tbe other day at Garden quite Inadequate. PP'-of toothpicks to make up that amount is who lived near; don't remember whether I City to see a herd of bull ilo now grazing on Ui'jr than Vi, "A T til mari'i '.iti iim lhliiwHi Wi ... hxlik.i'l lfwrr Hi There are about 31) youuu Most of the tooth- went to the body before I called Hughes, tbe prairies a WiVt'AVTJ ,4 Hi J5 ml warranty.! has had two fist fights in a placed at 5,000,000.000. nalml mi ..ii Mayor Reed used in this country are made in but think I did; got a comfort and gave ctlves and oae or two cows in the herd week, preparing himself, it is said, to go picks Mr. Hughes to spread over the body Tne owner intends nuking an aflm to into training after his term expires to fight Maine. Tbe striking brakemen on the Short When Mr. Huston came I eaw the dog by cross them with domestic cattle. sluggers. Sullivan and the other Line came to their s.'nsea finally and pe- Mr. Carpenter's elde and inked him if there Tnere is no sadder sight The telegraph got it wrong. The official titioned Manager Ilarahan to take them was any dinger of his doing the body any fond mother who La i spent than to see a $5,000 to Gtotit PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS i majority in Tennessee ajaicst prohibition back. He heard their petition, took such iDjuryj he said there was not as it waa tho a freckle faced girl for the eummer resorts tABP.,cl!!,tn.ral ad lec,,a",cal' Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal is 27,093, or 10,000 more than was stated. as he knew to be good but misled men, and home dog. It waa a cold night and I stayed tlnrfncf tho mntMi mutrfm. School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses or Studv fimuin tinlr!n. roi'NTV AiMoixTi:r.s iti:ri:ivi:o rnr.r. or tpitisw Ti,.t dirtT Minneanolis paper has been 'said that he would under no consideration ed out with the body as Ions as could until ner daughter'.) dren-e- s away in camphir Fail term Leemi SEPT. 14. IB87. ror CATALOOUE adVIaT" It is mighty near enough men came to take it in the house, and sprinkling the finery with tears of forced at last to apologlzs fjr its disgusting reemploy the others JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D., LEXINGTON?KY. I alwiiy thus with Btrikea. Wallace va arrested and taken appointment.- -! Boston Olobo. Cleveland. reference to Mrs. on 1 of Hune county, W. Va., TitRcitiz-satisfied that the law is inadequate for the punishment of a certain clsss of oft'nders, tisve t;hfii it into their own funds and nre tlsaliui; cut Ijiuii justice to them as fast as they are apprehended. List weak Rjv. Thomas Ryan was robbed and murdered lijr a bund, wbici his bjea causing a reii;n Tne indignant cit nos asof lerrot thsre sembled Ihctn'elves and went in eearcb of the Beven engaged in the murder in robbery. Of the number tbev have disposed ofCioD, lycciedjOaorijeDiirl Jr., hot in miking arre-'- Bob Duff, shot in 1 throat cut after arreit, and Drake, hunj; on the wsytojiil At Spencar Toe two Dufl Coon and Drake confused and mid that Cunningham and hi nephew wen the two not cauqht. TnU seeaos to be about the only way to make assassination and rob bary odious and till cted oaimunities can take a lesnn ; Again Faces a Jury for the Most Diabolical of Crimes. cide, afPottsville, Ps. The trial of Wallace Cirpentor for the A statue of Abraham Lincoln was killing of hlH father, A lam Cirpeuter, wna Wednesday put in position at the entrance called Monday and after examining 40 or of L'.ncoln l'.uk.Chicwi. uurj men a jary was 'elected. The courtTimothy Brothers, boot and s hoes and house wjs well filled during the whole trial dry goods merchsn's, . ishviiie, ime as and tho best of order wa All signed for over $ 'J00 000 were anxious to catch the words as they LeeSjeppird wis sent to the peniten- fell from the mouths of the witnesses. The tiary from the Pulaski circuit court for prisoner was looking rather badly and five year fir horse steilinij. seemed nervous during tho whole trial. O.i T.J. Fbtcher, white, shot and killed ly about half of the 55 witne-uewere InHenry Morris, colored at E'iztbethtown, troduced and the substance of some of the apparently without cause. testimony is given below. A memorial fountain to Shakespeare, Jesse Huston: I live in 300 yards of a gift from George W Cailds, was unveiled Adam Cirpenter's on the opposite side of 1114 Henry dhaffner, aved 71 years, killed wife, ftRed ut3, and then committed sui- coal-houe- coal-hou- co.al-hou'- from me I told him to be a good bov and not Oolher himself hb)Ut being accused cf the murder, that I Krcw ho could provo innocent; I advised him not to talk much. Heard a noise, in Crosi examination: stable on northeast side of house; heard o mlrt Io tti i jcuratli nUuii In cur fmli nnJ somebody say "hold!" this happened before 1 wentotr; when I went out heard a horee running up Stanford pike in direction of Ol description, wVc'i we kctp constantly on tinnil inl ik ycu to ecu e t cl nnuilnolt na wll i Stanford, but could see no one. Tho dog never followed Wallace but oner; his father objected to it; don't remember whether the dog was at homo Friday evenitig or not. Which norcUll liousu ran coinpelo wllli. HluIc)ou ie looklcg around, w will show jou tb Mrs Carponter denied the statement of Djvie Brown and says there waa no trouble at all while she, Dovie, was there. On We iro agent fur, t lie Wat In tho uiarkrl alto Urn Thursday when Wallace was at my hnuce IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, he got his father's gun and said lie wanted to kill a wild duck he saw down on the tinuiethln new anil note! and the nnut tlilnir of the klnil In me. Inourllnn of llmtliiii aul Cook rtpcruuj in creek aud went through (he gulden to retch niOTcs, we ran puajoitw mint mmmioui ii !tli rl( w an.l mp aim CVmriit, Mil, nraiini; piure.fact we with toiliow jcii oiiicttilri;riifilent. OMourf Ac, iixl In l.lmr, li cur thecieek. Have noticed a mental change Ihrre andMarccly anythliiK we Iutii'i v)t that li atiytlilnir near Very IIiir. tJiu In wlu-t- fou are In town to iimkrlt plratsnt lor you truly, weihall tx in Wallace; neard hiui say on several occasions that he wished he was dead; had no liced the change since his father beat him over the head with h stick ebveral months before tbe killing. George Hughe, who was doing some car penter's work on the place, corroborated Mrs. Carpenter in regard to the horrt1 running in the direction of S'anford and little Arthur Carpenter testified that Wallace tried to get bis papa's dog to follow him home, but failed. Ojr repirter took down the entire testi mony, b.it as it is s voluminoui wj are forced to iait all exssp'. tie most impir-tan- l. la tbe main it w.u the aims as adduced at the first trill, with tbe exception th.v Mrs Ctrpjnter did not tetif, in regard to the crueliy of her huhand to his famdy as bj'ora la fact nothing was proved derogatory to the good nam of the deceased wnatever. Rsvs J. A. Bogle, W. L. Williams and olhenteitifiel to the character of Wallace, which was that ha wsi peaceable and dicile and was ml known to 03Tbe quarrelsome. All of the ovidence was in by 11:30 Wednesday, wnen the same instructions as before, with ttie exception of the one on in sinity. were given by tbe court. L. I Parker led oil for the defend and epetnilios were to be made by all of tbe numerous lawyeis in the care. Your reporter lefi Wed - Attention Wim Complete Iiirae of Groceries Om- fegtoclc ol' Hardware, Oliver I'liilU'ri and Imperial llow.s, noiKMcn a ixiuciiLrr. lri i BUT -- GHOKBIlB3S T. R. WALTON oici:it- c-- n well-dresse- MATS' & SOMERSET STS.. n ikivr GBTTHE d 3-- Hue-tonvil- le wit-ne- ef DAVIS, 4 1 coal-hous- e coal-hous- e; fj,JOjtWr,(f rap-pin- A. m. -- PEHW. ( jTtGMMoc Jsr. ff S - i 1&VJS&iL trvtTA m&xrjm asurTLA'Awr !' "r TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. I dis-Wh- en 8 r V?t- - i ri ininiii mi aJffcMfc anut rti 2 T fiw mwraw iwimw owwwi irIWMWV1WFlffWWJI tww rwjntrinrftHwijw K jmrmr tMawwww HTllWWWM(IMlMllMimMirM1ilWl 1 Ml) lPJ-MUJ- I Stanford, Ky , 0ctobor21, 1887 IJtiBlnoBH Wll.T. the yotini; lailr ",r nl th n flfi' ir.ii.i ll.irrnil1nir plain omul lier c niUui Mi(iih 'Iih Htory l( lie naiii ' will ALL of the ZiOO rfhare in the Kavingi Asioclalion hai been clo-e15 iir.UR Hills der H A ILipperV) meeting Ml Woodbine rtsulled in.IS additions. Htv. A 8. Mcilett wi preach at the Presbyterian church at McKlnney Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock The Young Men's Christian Association will rent the Krpoiition building in Louisville for the Moody meetings A spsclal memorial service in honor of the late Hlder John A Oano will be held at L'esburg the 5 h Sunday in Ojtobtr . Ksvs Peyton and Ramsey held a two week' meeting at Cptonvllle, which resulted in S3 confessions and 37 additions to the Baptiat church, Kjv. John R. James closed a meeting at Stlylsa, resulting In t!o additions to the B'P'.ist church, the converts rargingin age 1 illdlnu & a, U. WALTON, Mnnnor. mWflp'lnn 2 01 . I XI . t.iken and who gels a preoil Tim 1 i. Mull JL v irtUi. fW 6'4fi. Kuith.. share hrrAafier will have urn Iwr thctu. nun ptv 1 O' roniiii, usually the moil lovely miiith I.M II 11 A.N of the year, U gloriously maintaining lis cx(lra ' tfKUi' multi , i . " ' Welti i.v ,. 6 93 A. M reputation, very ilelightf it weather having Local 1'teljht North ... 55 A M !uuth . pieraileit from the Qmt to Iho present. It The latter trains alio csrry pMwiwrs It calculi UhI omumUrd II wo. dolir ha been the ho lime for wheal folding, II nit Jliotit l j iuluut Uswr J. IIoykin, representing a Louisville and Nsw York Company Is htr buying oil, K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. gas and mineral rights nn land, paying a gnrx.1 tirica f ir them rrilui leave Itowland tft and 7 W a w. Where lie i unable 8.13 i v. Itfltutultig.atrlveatOand tn buy these rlghlx he will purchase the from 10 to 60. ttilli notuu r. M lhjjte tOOU NOTICES. lsnd entire. like Jamrs Maret is worth having Although down with the rheum ilim he n"nU in nn iiitHrrrting let lei for which we re more than usual obliged to hi in All our readers will join tn tl e Imp that he. will noon he hitusrlf A fuitiiDji-ONDKN- iiUY your rclioul bjok Mid rchool mip pliex from A K I'eiinr Ahk your grocer (ur the Cincinnati lit iking Co.'a crackera and cake. MeKonniTH & Ftaoo am liaditirtorr for ccdoul honk h tit) -- Imol nipjillfx V atoii repaired on liur ami .utitH ami wiurniitwl by A. K. Penny. A co.mi'Lktk Mock ol jewelry, luteal A. ijrlf. liockfnnl watcher, a riwialty. U. IViiny. Tin: firm n( IVnny V McAlhlrr having lllstolnil, (li at count re renily for settle iqrnl. Omie t once and reltle. You inav avi cot. J?enj aain Kkkeiuiimi to the Improvement now under progress in Htanford the Cuuricr-Jtmsiyr: "With a streetcar line from the Kentucky Central depot in Kowlnnd to the (Micro limits of Slsnfind, thu littln town on the 8i. Aaph would be putting on the prelrnsinr.s of a city." DrATii.-M- m iviitie IMlock, wife of Mil Mauk HltlIN l pemlini; a few William Poll ica, died Tuesday of typhoid day in (.oiii.villr. fever after mi illne of nearly u month. Mi M vttik Williams t ste nUy She IraviM two little children and a him (i rpend rrveral erk in N n'lville bind whrse nca hive ciu-eher a great Mint Kol'Ti rprntliriu the week drnl ( trouble Htr maiden nime was Wilson .mil she ued tn live in Kimemet with Mir. II K. Unit at llti'lonririe d PERSONAL, The 12 h annual convention of the Constinn Ciurch of the United States is in n at Indisnapolm, with an attendance ol 600 delegates, repre-entin- g every Stale in the V lion. Rv. John Bell Oilnon will preach next Sunday the last of his present series ol seruioiH Sjlj'Cl, Wny Cnurches Die, or A Walk Amid the Riins of the Seven Churches in Asia. -- Flder U W. Neal hai biptiz-- in Off-e- n and Robertson counties in the last two months 123 persons, one a man 92 years of age. Doting tic last four years he has baptized over 1,000 converts. The jubilee services celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Kentuckv Biptisl A'cociation, is bting held in Luiisyille. Or. Biirrows will give his ''Recollections of th F mt Genera! no! n in theS'ulf." -res-ioJ IANO. STOCK ANtl CHOI' k i V .Stanford Ciaiiiatniu, Circle, the A heifer belonging to Silas Anderson i imped for the r'uh here we orgm well llliiic hirself and inn. ii'd In the rl'g'nt pirlom of Mrs. W. O. sjioiling the wnter Welch Tuesday night Kiv. A. K Mofltl W. H. Hendrick sold to II B Cush-maw leider and Mr Huve ?.Ic clorn 10 acres of his fine farm on the Mays Itiberi secretary. A committee cjnsl'l-in- g ville pike for 10O per acre, or J1S000. -of .Mrs Welch, Mis Mnttie i'ixton Paris News. Mil J. T, (itrrilltir. ha been uppjint-ti- l J. T. Lind, who will remove with his t HunhriKht, Tenr., bring t li J. S. Hockrr ws nppolnted to draft a dput s In be family nt once lo Kansas, has sold his farm promoted from night optralor at Junction suitable constitution and passed upon at the next meeting, which of 76 acres near A M Feland's for $2 350 City. T. J. UoeLEY, poalal clerk, waa here will also bs t Mr Welch's. In addition lo A. C Cirmrn Citlle are steady In Louisville at 1 J to TMttrday looking afttr hia property. 1I to those already named the muoabrra of the I 30; hogs are weaker and lower, best sellinir dor not find hi hiioinre" a ninrcure by auy circle lire Mrs George II Bruce, Miss Annie Alcorn, J. W Hiyden and P. M. Mc at 1J to It. sheep and Iambi are dull at 1 mran Kjberte. Mioses Mary Brown, Lettle and to 3J for the former and 2 to 6 for the latMn John Wilmamh left for Hart-lanSue Helm, Mrs, Sam Eubrv and (ieorce II ter. Kanra, ymttrJay, where he will go Bruce were present and will likely become Misterson Puyton has sold his farm of into bmineM with L. 8 Jone, hl brother members. The Circle is bound to prove both S2 acres 1 miles from town on the LancasMl Katt Wkrriiitt fcturnrd with interesting and instructive and as composed ter pike to Cnarles W. Adam, of Louie-vill- e, prove a ucces. at 5s" 7"5, and will give possession V. M. Ho(,'le to Clarkafllle, Tenn. mu Mm December I. V 1! Whrnllt accoaipinled them aa Mr. A Cloe Call. Lal week Constable -- J. A. Moore, real estate agent, wniej far m MiHicinoounly. Din Miller used a tobiLMo stick pretty re that mare than 500 acres of landhaiclnng Coorr.li, of Waoo, Texaf, verely Miu tpjn Charles Kowe, a tifgro, for mothrr of (1. H Ujoper, hia two ficlera, cltiuuug sjme hogs that John Miller had ed hands tear Kingsville iu a week at good MiaeMiry and Jennie, and Mim Sine DDiight and attempting to drive them away figures. W L MtCirty was the principal Logan Nnivrddi a vimt to hltuTurnlty About sundown Tuesday Mr. Mllltr was purchaser. Mr Join W Fox eild in Lexington night. KOiug to his brother's, where he live', and Minj Fhkkmas, the nirne' Knilich when he reached the bars on the farm, the List wrek to his excellency, Governar Sifriend, Miin hy eTcrylndy a Cotiain Ju negro nro'e from behind souie broth and mon Bollivar Buctner, a piir of dy, railed for htr home in Kigland Ihir swearing tit the cn'tab'e deumnded lo geldings, 10 hands high, for 500 and they are beautie- week. Sne li nn earned, chri'tiin lady kno why he had beat him. He dm a There were 300 catile on the GeorgeIn ererr rectiun pNtrl and madi miny frirndi it the s ime liuir, b'lt Miller wjx too town mirket M indiy, best feeders bringing up viKlle that I he etltct. l i rk for him and sr.o tiru withou: V, '. hellers sold at 2 50 lo $2 75; ten Tnree sh i cacIi were fired ami Miller LOCAL MATTERS. thinks one at lean hit Iih min. Several am ill mule colls briti;iit $31 per head; other negrois were present but they tojk work mules sold well. Tltrnlcwl Rrapw lS S Myrrr l'tiere were 13 races run Fist and West no hand, though one of them refuted to let I M ILL keep on hand ice for ale in rmall down the bus when Miller ordered him to Wednrsday, and in every instance the faqtiantilirr. George T. I'orlman. This may not necessarily in do so. During the shooting Mr. Miller's vorite won diciite that tho turf is getting any purer, The wife cf (!. A llenediot prerenUd saddle girth broko and ho fell to the evidence of good filth " ground, wfen the negro might have accom but it is at least him with an SJ pound boy thin week Pit Lei: V. Huij'Man I coufiaetl liy n revcri atUak o( ibil tuiuiatorr rlieiimalirui, Mi! I"i.oiu:me Thukiikaht ha Hunting-tun- , from a vlnil to a riilrr W. Va. Mr Lei: H.Ktonk, of Dnirillr, who hsrlxeH. ilil ill of tl ix, wn well enough to he up to S anfurd WlnUv. V J.illanl A ihwtal from Mm H ak n to cruu lh! iiMrea u' her piper to Ittanmint, Cal , from Lx Angele Miwm" Mary Anh Maoi.ik Wai.kkk Iho ty'i" j yuutiv Uilii Item U.irirJ, are vi'ltiiu tboir relalivp, .Mm J. C. JIij of Mu and Mii John M'tu-alk- , Xiciiolviilr, are oler ree Mr Cirpen ter. bn continllm ! the p unt of death. f -- L B Pry or sold lo E. P. Woods 4 mule colls at j(J0 to $05. 'I HKHE are hut three murder cafes on John Dinwiddie bought three mule Iheilnckft ,f the circ.iit court which cells in Marir.il at $110 x Mou lay, hut the grand jury here m -- Foil Sale. -- 3S fine yiailmg mules, 21 will probthly bring in a number of other-Toof ihuin nines W. M. Lackey, S.anford. Fish and Oeorge Stephenson killed a -- C. B sold in Cincinnati this week lllam IUiley a car load ni'Uo since last court, cf 00 pound butcher cattlo at killed Pat Conley,Juhn Payne killeil David 2j lo .! Stephen, John 0'Xil killed John Lnallen G Brent Barnett has bought of A. C will, the hick yet to heir Cuuien hi- - farm o' G exres on Hawkins from. Branch he-gi'. m R-ipr.-cin- for 2 The . nau.-rl- n 1 1 snt 1 d, inlii. Bt'-fA- Nineteen more case have been issued against J W. Miller for selling jutr W S. Miller, of Lincister, aul J mm THAT B nd Sim Osens, of tour cily, are oil eomewhere hunting. They had much bet ter be at home at work end taking enre of their ftmiim HAM Joe Wurthaui nnd Tom Eison gol tired of $2 per day at Birmingham and huve returned to Lincaster. It was too nesr hog and hominy time for the boys to fOFstsy away from old Kentucky. An alarm of fire brought the natives from their dens about noon on Wednesday. It proved to be a slight bltza in Capt, Peacock's kitchen. It was extinguished without the aid of the engine. Prof. J. M, Harbison has been apHavinrs securd the services of C. F. KENT, a pracMcil Watchmaker with pointed to a position in thf treasury de- many years' experience, r.ll work will be done with neatness and dispatch, partment at Washington, nnd he will ac fully insured. Spectacles acd Eye Glasses to suit the eye. cept in the event he can get a good teacner to take charge of his school here, Cards sre out for the msrrlage of Miss Nellie Duncsn, one of Lmcatter's belles, to Dr. W. S.Eikin, of Atlinla, Georgia, at the Preebyltrian church in ibis city, Wed nerday evening, October 20 .h at S o'c'ock, a i It is said the owners of Garrard Fe male College will after this yeir run that institution as a male and female school Why not? It seems to me the combined sexes can be educated es well, or better, in a school of that kind than in separate es tabiishmenls The Dtnville correspondent of the n z Xtui reports seven warrants for drunken and disorderly conduct, Uuet in th at city, from Saturday night until dunday even lug. This is pretty heavy for a dry town B O f m There hant been an arrest for drunkennere for a uootitn, and it isn't a dry in Lircisttr tOHii either, Mrs, M. L Granger is r till quite rick. Hhe is only able lo sit up a Utile, but notwithstanding her condition she is quite cheerful and ii very patient. All hope she w "J L'.. James II. will scon be well agaio. I H- ll jx, is convaBton, who km been ill of lescent. His brother, George, is down if t'je euiedlieise. Garrard Female College, furniture, iSi: , wnsrold on Wednesdiy to a sjndicite, H- represented by Mr. W. H. Kinnaird for GO $8 000. This will pay ifl the debts of the institution and iosures i to the people of Garrsrd slid Lancaster. We can havt a good school here if we'll a pull toueider. Lei's pull a while and ne. A letter from B M. Burdelt to the Am announce the haV arrival of tiis party and the fact tut his iowii of Ktil.irney is growing last. We nil wlsi him much MUKCIIAXT TA1JL.OIC success. J P. Sindifor is attending the Grand Lodge of Masons in Louisville. C. W. Sweeney is in Cincinnati buying more I hare rocelTed and still receiving goods to meet the great demand for them at this seaiou. Hugh Ligan, of Cincinna ti, is spending a few davs with friende here. Comprising tnr best In the market, which will be Cap'.. T. A. E kin is viewing the President and Mrs. Cleveland at Atlanta, Ootton Up in Btylo and Mako Sooond to Ho no in City or Country Wanted A good, experienced teachGive Me a Trial. er to take charge of Ltoctster Male Semi. Toe school is in a tl mushing condi nary IFtTTIlPXE-YKC. tion, with forty paying students, graded as follows: Primary, $25; Intermediate, $32; The school pays well, but Collegiate, bavint: been appoinUii In n plr.ee in the tietsury department at Washington, which is more lucrative, I will resign the princi fflB HiiHKw palship of the school, provided it can be filled by a teacher acceptable to (lis Banrd . uf Addrisi J M Harbison, Lancaster M'ROBERTS & WWM & STAGG, mSQBRWISBEE t Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, W C o a Qp si i O td o W i I w ' 1 II. C. itUPLiilY, -- New Goods for Fall and Winter, O. WEAREN & MENEFEE j BSiffliBi I'ru-iUet- It is stated that 75,000 gallons of analine dye were shipped iuio California in 1SS0, tuiil were used in aaiulteritiug the wines made in the Slate MV A' 1 ii VHlTliKi:TS ' HIONEY WANTED. I wlih to lotrow 2,000 for one, two or tbrcc years, anJ coot lecuilly or lien on real eitate given. Call at tbla office or aJdreu 1 , Stanford, Ky. Ilo.v 271-1- -- plished his but from the spirited Mux. Saiuii J , widow of Cipt. William ui inner in which he was received and which DuigUny, wl o ftujht in the Mexican war. caused him to fall back pretty rapidly as haahrrn granted a pension. ho fired A warrant ha been issued for I. in Ihe racil and it is lo bo hoped (bat lie will eU'K-in- t 1 AM dally in receipt of an ba taught a leon when ciptured that he ol fall and wintir millinrry, which I invite Kuwade will nevrr forget and which will effectively ladiee to call and exitnine the deter other aaissins from their cowjrJIy Ben'ey. s, i t k TiNrLEY Meiisiion iartill in the uphol-aterirUARRIA0ES. prepared to Gil orbiHiner and der on rhorl notice 1'utronire him, if you Free Haley and MIsa Kite Martin " have anything to do in hl line, were married by Filer J. G. Livingston at Wednesday. The exhibition of aUight of hand given his residence - l'wo marriages that have been the talk by Piof. J. Miller and Madame Cla Netta or a long time are at lait consummated at the Public School building, for i( bene of Miss Theresa, daughter of Heoator m ry clever one and completely that fit, ia Blackburn, to Mr J. Tweed Stewart, of uiyrtifi't. the rpeclatora, Cincinnati, and Miss Genrgio Maize to the A team belonging to John B. Cirpenter, rich old Parisian, Mr. Oington. The last ran ofT Wednesday night, and beildea dam was the toniest society event witnessed in aging the waRon considerably and hurting Louisville for years. Tho marriage of Mr. John T. Lynn to one home badly, knocked down netrly e?ery Miss Kittle Wray was solenm'zid at Pink telephone pole on Main airet Toisiiay a gentleman named Warner Cjttage, the residence of the bride's father, Mr J. M. Wray, yesterday, Rv. A. S nt from KlngHville, came in, wrote an home, paid for it and Moflett officiating. The attendants were for i alolen Misses Sdi Lynn and Jennie Hughes and wtnt out. In an hour he relumed fnying Mesne. Will Lyon aod Herbert Walker. that he had recovered the horee. AdverA splendidly prepared lunch was served tising piyr. after the ceremony and thcu the bridal pair V. F. Kamsey telli us that in two years left for town, where they took the train for he hsa butchered and sold In StanforJ $15,-00- 0 tho groom's home In Louisville. The bride worth of beef and that he haB leas than is an unusually bright and attractive young lie u a trader, though, lady, and a very handsome one, while the $ 300 of bad debta from away back and alwaya manages to groom ii a man of excellent morali and rirjg in an account. fine business qualifications That the un j; 1 ndver-tireme- work Louisville Post. Col W. L. Scott shipped from Lexing-lo- u ! to his form in Pennsylvania 02 head of fine horses, valued at over $125,000. Toe) All Lands that tho Taxos aro not were shipped in Arms palace cars over the paid on by Oct. 12th, Southern rnad in a special train of his own, Will be advertized aud consisting of five cars. Sold County Court Day in November. The report of the Buieiu of Statistic T. J). AKIVLA.XV, 8. L. ('. on wool production estimates the wool clip of the Unite J S.ates for this year at $70, D. A. 000,000 and places the number of sheep in ! the country at 10,000 000, an increase of o, 009,000 sines the last census, Cynthiana, Ky. Charles II. While hrs disappeared end " Will sell at 12 h. oo numerous cioJilors are apprehensive tLat leshe will not return. He wss one ol the Frhlny, October SStU, 1SS7. sees of the Kentucky Association grounds AT ELMAUCI1, near Cynthiana, at Lexington and has for a number "f fea-ro- ns 50 Hegistorod Jorsoy Cattlo, leased the pooling privileges at Lato-n- ia Tested Cows and Iltllrrs of the lloeit breeding Elmarch and Juanlta Josh Birton has sold publicly this and grratrst merit from Klcbolaavlllr, Ky., emHerd ot K. 11. tiparki, of known to tho Jersev year $11,000 worth of horses and cattle, all bracing Ibc bnt families on account of weather. World. No poatponeinent raised by him'elf. Friday, 00 Shorthorns Tho Kliuarcli herd la the awcepstakes herd ot KenAll morning trains arrive In time lor tale tucky. averaged $120 and aggregated $7,209 F i and evening trains loave after the sale. Tubus. Caili, or four manths at 8 per cent. of Klndig, of York, Pa,, shipped a car-loFor catalogue, apply to li, A. Ol VEXH, Cyntblaua, Ky. extra homes, costing him from $200 to $1 -Col. K. K. Edmonso.v. Auctioneer, 200 -- Paris Kentuckiao, Lexington, Ky. (Lunch at U:J0 a. m i At the'eale of J. Menefeo Elmore's effects yesterday, 1 yearling steers sold at SALE $ 1 20; 3 two year-old$20 CO; yoko of oxen $G0; niaro $00; suckling colt ?30. Ojly a and few farming implements and very little household lurniture wsb sold. That so'd I will tell at public auction to the blgueit bidder, brought satisfactory prices. On Friday, Ootobor 28th, 1887, - "n NOTICE Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Ve Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of hides is larger and more complete thanf ever.'be-forfrom the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- e, GIVENS' EItlARCII IIEltD All of work guaranteed unrepresented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. II. UKIIEN, WEAREN & Ak(.. Huston vllle, Ky. MENEFEE. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Pacific Orloana and (Cincinnati New Texas Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. IIKAI) DOWK. ritAINSbOUTII. o.l. TVilly. 7 ad KKAU Mo, y. VI. Mu, 1. Mo. TltAlNSNOrtTII. STATIONS. o. 2. s PUBLIC Laud, Stock Dallv Ex. Hun. 4 No.3. No. S. I Pallr. Dally. Dally. No IU. Dallv Kx Hun t. iu Dally. 10 Dally. G Crop! GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. On the premises the persons were examined before a jury was obtained iu the Cirpenter case at Somerset ebows tjat a big majirity of the people in thai republican county neither read nor hear what Is going on. In addition to this. Pu larki U larger than some States and many of her citizens nrely ever go to the county scat. The fact that not many over 10 ion will be a happy one there can hardly be a doubt, and that it may In every sense fill fill their rosiest dreams, a host of friends unite iu wishing. During the ceremony the bride wore a gobelin blue cloth tailor made suit with Itnbin and gloves to match and held a benuliful bouquet of Marechal Neil and tea roses. Lancaster. Fishing is all Ihe go now. Every da? parlies go to Dix River and after angling all day return empty handed. One might as well tiih in a tub as Dix River. C Price is satisfied that his fine colt, "Swarlz," would havo won the match last Saturday, had he been brought home from R'chmoiid, where he is in training, two-year-- old Fnnu orriiree Iliiiulrecl Acrcn, county. Termi, ".cash; bslanceln I and 2 years with interest. Also, G work Mults, El Mules 1 rear, old, 2 brood Mares, 1 Mule Colt, 1 thoroughbred Bull, 1': mil k steers, b Hterrr, a Cows, 15 Calves, 61 buoMs, Sows aud l'lgi, 20U bushels of 1 new power Oats, V,000 bushrls ol Corn, Kosi Culling Uox, 2 Wagons ani other l'arinlng Implements Terms lor the Personalty undo kuowu on dar of sale. . OWSLEY, d 271-t- Known ai tho K. D. Pennington Farm. VA miles from Crab Orchard, on the aianford A C'rao Ordinal plko. This oiii ot tho best itock farms In the liMa L've. ..Clnclnojil, ., 'rv C 42 p in 03 p m, 9 00pm 8 15 pm ., . Islington 1120 am 7 80 pm U fitpm .Junction CI l . ... 1 35 p m 12 M p in J 1UP IU l m a ui 7 SO a iu . .Oakdile 6 85 a UI filSaui 6 15 p m 5 15 a U , . ..Kojcc .... .. 8 25 a in 9 17 a iu JOJ pm, 9 30 a in Ai't. . Chattanooga. L've 5 00 a in 4 1) a ,... 9 30 pm' 4 30 a ui L've Cliatlacocg.! ,... 9 15am lOCOpm Ar'v 12 48 a tn Atlaata A'rv 1 16 a in ... ' 1 05 n iu 10 30 p m .blruiluuliam 1 10a m, ... 3 50 p m .... ..Tnx-aloor......... 8 30 p m' IS 12 a m ... CSOpra 7 40 pm Akron ... 7 10pm.... m 700a 6 35 p m ..York ... 9 45 prat.... 8B5a m1 1 A'rv .Meridian ..I.'t 4 30p m 100pm .... 10 00 a ta L've .Meridian A'rv 1 00 pm ...,11 15 pm,,... 10 10 km, A'rv, New Orleans .L'vr 9 00 iu G 15 ami 6 SO p m A rv 4 00 a iu , McrMlau 10 40 a in ... II 25 i u 0 35 it ui A r sua ii A'rr 'Jackson 4 V0 p in 7 25 a m a in .. . ...Vlctsbur; ii 25 7 Up m ,. .Monroe. I 25 a mi 12 15 p IU ... . iu 10 SO urn1 4 31 p in .."hrrTi(rl 5 111 a ml 55 a ia j 81IU 7p 45p 25 am 6 55 a m 5 20 a m U a Hi 2 9 &0 ) m 7.10 p ta 8 30 p tu 1 311a tl tu a'rr lOpui 40 10 8tlant 445-nu- i at G40ani ' J lve 055 p nt 10 7 15 p iu 1 65 p Bi CO a in 8 35 p Ll 2 45 a u 3oa ni .t 20 a .. tmlns. Slatinlioiidoir Btiflet Hleplni Crs on all inm-utH COL.LHII AN, Otti'l Fit. JOHN C. OAULT, (Jon'l Manager, 1.. CAHltOLl., Oeu'I tfupt., Oeneral Offices, 8t faul ItullJinic. West Koartu itriwt, One uiutl, O'o. A Pa. Ajt. V. A Rat Story. The decaived woman had now but One f the mint rimiirkfible initnncea o( good name Her anil .1 doterm c.t ion to hto life of was gone, she was shunned by her pluck which we have ever heard wm shown re former companions as one unclean if cently br n rat in thin city. Thin A Virginia Ttaged rodent, not accursed. And tho scoundrel who which was of moderate eizs, went down in Volley of In all the Shenandoah had wrought her this woe, who had to n jug through the mouth to secure n Virginia there was not a more taken such cruel and sinful advantage piece of tallow candle which It contained. JT.OUINVJJLIYE, and captivating girl than Ann of her trust and confidence where Like the mouse A'.wp had made famoun, datigh-to- r but from a different reason this rat found Ofluer, the nineteen j was he? Shi had ascertained that he hinuelf unable to make his exit through substantial farmer. She was of a Those who to save money should not full to give had not returned to hit family, but the same aperture (it which he entered. height, with clear-uf- , above the average she held to an abiding conviction that The j uk nt in Mr. James Lambert's store us n tho wonder of regular features, eyes black as he would return to her. Why she be- on a shelf. This gentleman hearing a pe HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. night and shining as the stars, cheeks lieved this she could not even explain culiar gnawing sound, alter much trouble n'heroon the modest pink had laid to herself, but believe it sho did, aud locMed it, found the rat in the jug nml its blush, and lips like a cleft rosebud. in consequence she procured a small found likewise a hole gnawed in the side The Oflners resided uear the town revolver which she always carried in almou an large at the uiouth of the jug To get tho rut out he broke oil the n.ck of the of Koraney, and Ann was the helle of tho bosom of her dress where sho vessel and tho rat cime out scucelr nble by scores, iho place. Suitors she had could lay hand upon it instantly. ti crawl, reduced almost to a ekeleton and but to none did she seem specially to course sho could not and did not his teeth worn of! down lo the gums Tne Of jacliue. conceal from her parents the foul ioteriorof the jug lo!d his story To gain his liberty he had gone to work to eat hi One day there came to her father's wrong to which she had been subjectof work a man nppar-ntlwit Into thclazsd cracker, which ai so Itouse in tearch ed. Their grief wa3 groit as their hard that a file could make but little thirty-fivewith the of about But they wore shame was great. upon it, and bad fought manfully form and feature of an Adonis and Ihlit Kjwi)cr nsrr Tarlci. A tuarTlol purity, who worshipped their child, to this end. How he ever accomplished parents strength sod wholrsoiucness. JMore economical the tongue of Orpheus. He gave his fell no word what he did stems alunet incredulous wlun than the ordinary klnd, and ran not l said and from their lips ramitlton with Iho multitude of law tm .thon name as James Brooks, and claimed Henderson Jour weight slum or phutphale owdrn. Holdout In of reproach. But she could seo thnt one IojKh at the jug His apcane. KorAL Hiking I'ovrDia O, to be a native of StauntDn. nal. 106 Wall Stwt. New York her disgrace was killing them by inch successful, ami Mr. plication was Tne superstition hit liumin he ris es, that sho was indeed bringing their OfTner, who had passed his eightieth should with their heids lo tie north gray hairs in sorrow to tho grave. year but was still hale and hearty lor child was born. It was n boy, is believed by the French to hiTe for its Her foundation a fcientifio fac . Trey tffirm one of that advanced age, engaged TAi'ti up by tbo uu.IertUcel, h llvtl Stvvr, and happily bad all its mother's feat thit pruTlm; property eic huiuan system i in i self an elec which the owner cin Rft lyotlur ilinrts. It and as overseer of his plantahim to act for lit! ures and lure no resemblance to its trie btttery, the hmd bing ons of tin elec isylnValiudthM nolle and In rU at . tion. .7 r. It It V.I. XT, father. Tneold pejple took kindly trode-- the feot the other. Their prouf was t It Niar llaUfcitii; tork llnde. Brooks was given quarters in the from tho start, soon loved it, aud discovered from experiments which the from the first was treated to it kouse, and finally could not heir it out of their Academy of Sciences was allowed to make is one of the family. Mrs. Ofiner sight. Hut the mother's heart was so on ttie lodr of a man ho was guillotined G. A. BENEDICT & CO., was nearly as old as her This a taken the moment it fell and plac-Vrt.MOItK, KlNTt CKl. filled with hatred of its father that she on a pivot, free to in ve a it might. The ihtre was no other child, aud (he could not love it as mothers usunllydo head part, after a Utile vtcillation, turned Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!, t yi H ZjfeJMl in M was the trequent throwing their babes. and tho body then remained sUiio:t-my- . nortn, together ofthecirl aud the new over-jee0r Weill Drilled to order and utnp liirnuihrd One evening, two years ago, she :r It w turned hiif wy rouod by one alladory pri?t started out from the house to hunt of tte profir, and again the head tm! of From the very first Ann seem to the cows. Some two hundred yards the trunk moved lowly lo to o cwdtnal LOUIS M'llIiKCEL, iavo yielded herself captive to the from the house was a pine thicket, in point due nori'r, the tas.e being re pealed until f-- tilil cessation cf organic aandsome stranger, and as their which she sometimes found them movement increased, was unable to conceal Itllil.MUM). KhMll'Kl browsing. The aged father and moth-werfrom the object. fire in question lasted Photographs in all styles and sizos. ier predilection Tnogroit seated on the veranda, tho babe futir dty. commencing September -- , lOGti Once arcarn of the impression he ou the Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and lap of the latter. lad created up.i:i the heart of the Suddenly tho sharp report of a pis It broke out accidentally in a house near Watrr Colors. Londcn Bridge. A strong esst win J caused roung lady, Brooks sii.ed every New dei!,jui in Kri'iP aa Mill t rery low tol awoke the echoe?, and in a moment It to spread with great rapidity acd thus Prices to make violent love to her, on IiuikI a laruc ami kolrcl II im of I'ltrnl-liirWill ahtHjs lui Ann emerged from tho thicket and ap- Lindon wt' given up to the lhmes. Two and with suchauccess that before he had and Tudurlakur'N (Jooilx. .Ilj prlrcN ulll h n lor a mui'Ii third of the city wasdelrnyed - S) church proached the hou30 with rapid steps. .Newport News A. Ynlloj Co. good can hv. liunt;lit lit llu llhs. (Jno mo a trial and 3011 been an inmate of the house a month, Mill liu convinced that I hcII loucr itiAn iliu IohchI. "What was it?" asked the father aa e, including S P nil's Cathedral, and in robbing her of that he had succeeded more than 1.T0OO dwelling houses. O.ic she stood, white faced and pantiug good result came from this fife. We are CHESAPEAKE most precious jowel in the diadem of & OHIO ! from rapidly walking, before them. told in the "Diclioniry of Kigli'h History" womanhood, her virtue. L' I " K3I A "N . I u IS 1 1 K. "Brooks!" was the response. that "ihe fever dens in which the plague She implored bim to avow their BL"ll(ii:ON UESTtiT, "Well?" lurked were burnt, and the new houses IMilIiiiitu Curs anil Solid TraiiiH KK.i1 9UMOHU, ive to her parents and demand her "He is dead! I shot him!" whtfh were erected wern far more healthy in marriage, assuring him sliln Mib, two drs atoir df i 1' OUtrv i them The fire was attribu And she passed into the house and and better arrengeJ so well they that they loved her ted to the hitrd Iipit and on the rconu To Washington, Riahmond acd up to her room. Old Point Comfort ment which wa rrec'el to commemorate it would not refuse when sho assured When she entered the thicket her the Komanists were directly charged with thorn that her happiness depended upAPOLLO betrayer stood before her. being the authors of the terrible cor tl tgra on their consent. "Darling!" he said, his voice sound lion" To Louifivillo and Cinoinnati. With one and another plausible of old but no longer) The Maysville & Bio Sandy.- - Oje cf ing Cnncntioui direct fur all point) In lbs her prayers and protesmusical to her, "I have been waiting the most important roads now being built West,North-WestvSoutli-Wetations, putting ofl the day of avowal, A SPECIFIC FOR for an opportunity to see you for three in Kentucky belongs to the A mil still wiuding bis coils closer and It run aloof the O lio river is true that I can not Ohio sys'em .sro : evenings. It lighter about the young and trusting No. Dally IK KFITCT SKfT SO, 'ST marry you, but I love you and only from Axhland io Covington, oppssile Cin Dully Kx. hun. leading her further and deeper promi'es to bo one of the moi-ieart, cinnati,aod you. Fly with me! I havo secured important tributaries to the greit Hunting I.re into the forbidden paths of the fool's 7 p ji 6 50 a in in rut a home for us in a western state, aud tjn system. A good denl of the track has Arr Ixxtogton II CO p in II W' in Tho BoHt in tho the time came when paradise, until rnfuse Suppressed JL rrrKlar " White dulph'ir springs li 00 d'u S I0;a m there wo can live and love as married already been laid and cooitruction trains " CharlottiTlIltHV it Juncl) 5 10 p m II 10 a her folly aud his wickedness could S 11 p in t 80 p ru ENSTRUATION or people seldom do. I will be to you are daily disribiiling materitl along the " Klcbuiand WORLD. C Si p ui " Neriort New no longer be successfully concealed. 7 00 p " OH I'olnt OIJTHLY SICKNESS. true and tender as any husband could varioui section) of the road. The new line 'Norfolk Comfjrt 7 0 p m Sharp eyed neighbors had already be! will prcbibi7 b in full operation by Feb-r- u " WMllltltDII p in S 23 p in 9 dnr'njT ibe ClfASfiK OF I IPE If Don't refusa, but say you will 2.5 p pm Kaltlniure 'nnVrtni; an darn:' r will ud f jf ry 1, and will considerably shorten the '" l'nllHllphls een that to which the parents were 3 (0 a il !l 00 lo)lk MriAu( T' W 'Hav1"matlcl trfN in Ire come with me!" 70 a in (Han. Send for Circular line between Richmond and Cincinnati and " New York their tongues kept not the IlUAUruLn ltioi'Laron Co , At'.anu, Cs. blind, and And he stepped for ward to embrace the ICorthweet territory will ba much more secret discovered by their eyes. The PtinJaj Old Pulnt No. 1, her. She had uttered no word. Al- eatly accMiib'e than r.y the present roite, Ithand Main. nuu n n li Norfolk and White auipiiur trsiu arrinnz two were the common talk of the a White eulnhur nu raturday of his being in the via Winchcter. lays otr until though unaware 10.10 v. huuiUj nUht K) neighborhood. Ann was now shunljl.tilr neighborhood she had schooled herself No 15, dally rxcrplMinday. 1 hw train IimtIdjj I11 his recently publisbol notes of a Pl"iIliU-sraItiiilc," ned where she was once courted, and 1u1tII1o and Cincinnati on njlurdir runs only for this meeting, which she was con- uralist in Sjuth America, Mr. John IUU to CIITion l'nrjs, arrirlni; thern tuoiUystC O a. that once was a toiut now the name il. and laiingnver iiu'll .Momlsy at 7 0) a u fident would come some day. As ho says that tt Tocjpi.la, on the rainle's wet Nos 3 tuu i run dally exevptthat tbey do not Shortest and Quickest Eoato from u Vecamea byword and reproach. itlchiuon ah O I'olut on Guilds y tral KentucKj to all Poiuu North stepped towards her she put her hand col of the oniinsn', abiir Utitudj 22 de runltwHo d dally vtr pi "undar No 5 lesvis Hihui Kttst, Wost and Southwast Sho made a last appeal to her lover Ituns l.ieen Ullnn Korsf and .slila d. Cou. to her l)3som and instantly withdraw- grcps Bouin, lie iounu wiiat lie Dad nrctsat Ashland lor (Mjulm dally excjnt un- 'att Una Hot worn UAXTKI), jo right the wrong he had done her by heard of, but almost ceased to believe in a dar. ing it presented it towards his breast. No, M, dally trc in Aib'ai.l lo Cllfon forge To solicit orders tur our rrllsbls Nurrry tik I,K2A'TO. aV '1.M'I,,N l I J land absolutely without any Irrce of redo Iall rxrriit Suuday (rotu Csarlf tlrsTllls to 0 d unking her a lawful wife. Then it rrr iiood fslsry and l.xenes or (.oimul-sltA quick report lollowed. For an in uble life Hi could not even detect I'olnt. manent onijiluyiusot guirintteI Addrmi atri' , k&3 he dUcarded bi3 mask, laughed at I'ullinan 31(op(ni; araon all through tralrp Through thirsts so J tiaii:si;i in s t stant he stood staring at her, then lichen, although be examined the rock Uld DoinlDlon httimshlpi leTr Nurfulkun llon- - statlnoge, rallrnsil. silly gullible creature, nud N.XKI.I. A' llf H'.I.VI,Nirsryiiiri..Mo deitlnatlon r"'lit i (.ill ier for a dsy. Tuesday, WrtUfsdir, Ibursday and Hatur. For lull ;arti umi M. 0. nj ,iiit 1' spasmodically throwing up his arms with a magnifying lens for that purpose. day at 7 90 lor Sv York eouiiuy,ur informed her that he could not do a3 For Tickets, Katfi Iuforuutlon, etc., apjly at H K. II. MOIWK, I). A.l'KI I.KV, gave a quick spring into the air and Ticket mini' or addr9 Uen.IVM AkhII, rrar. Tan Ait'tit .he wished because he was already Trere tire 1 700 newsptpers and psii ;d Oislrvtnn, Kr iv,i',wnKii.n, 11 (Iso'l iiri,i.i:it, fell to the earth, upon his back, dead. Uilntnn li? DR. W. B. PENNY, Jd V ce rrt.ldcni, l'on'r Aut iciN published in the United S'ates 01 II. K. II IJ.Mi.SU PIN- lUrtviT. narried, and bad a wife and two DKNTIST, IllchinnnJ, Vs. loiitsrlllr, Kv urrai imiiei, t in liulnn.K The ball had spad straight to his tops. 11 Gl are weekliei, 1 739 monthlies Iv on I u t'U y ' . residing in Staunton. -t ti in heart. 1 V,'.)7 diilies, 1S3 sami to girl'd heart eem turned The Ana was arrested, and passed weeklies, 107 quarterlies 71 hi weeklies, 17 a .i . ,.t itone as the cruel avowal fell upon through threo trials, in all of which tri weeklies and oO Thototil her ear. In a moment her love was the juries huug one man, each time, number of papers isued in a whole year if THE INTERIOR JOURNAL turned to hatred; but she indulged in preventing n verdict. Last Friday estimated at 2 o 17 053,000; 1, 1S9.020.000 he AnJ in isr UIo to tears, no moaning, no hysterics. witnessed the close of her fourth trial, ing dailies, 9:!3 205 000 weeklies, 72 099 000 :i. HlUlA'smR tin? iv..pf monthlies and only about 50,000,000 for all Weekly "You scouudrel !" she said, in low which resulted in acquittal. Courier- Gray-so- u 'J "v.&J.- -" other clnses of publications a'Ihh Old aud Woli - disown and measured voice, her eyes blazing Gazette. Ore yrsr tor only V iii panrri lor ext iloor to I.Nt Oltite on Lancaitr strwt man (tie priiunr our. lad v.ho Tiit partutBof a nine year-olKion JoDHNALotUco. Otllco hours Irom 8 to ti i. Jiotol dtill rilainctiiu't vith R3ger, 'Til kill you for this!'' The Bible ia a revelation of love; but ilisappeared from hN home as Wilmington, u.nndltofir u, Ai.i.stuflki .niinlrlilrrel sr Rift,) Roputncuiti npriuiarr illLiTr. Tho cowardly villain knew she was Uj payitiK iti Ito lor 0110 yci it is not the only one. There ia to Ohio, one year ago, recently rere ved your bono pafer y..u tlm with tlir AlfU in deadly earnest, and at once, with each one oi us a special and personal h letter wrillen by their son at Cspe reprcsnuatlTK ni'wsptpcr of ihiirtouth. dcinocrat. . Icand ur a unll r ciuluiiIv and tho Inst, daring to approach the house for revelation of Hat wtvkfy In rhe t'nlnd lirUhtril and II? i.roRr.,elor u Uotfcrmnioa that Divine Love in the retro- Town, Africa, in which he states that he 4tati lhoi MUt' Ij mly 13 wiiinlmr J 3Lall be rfocoud to no Cou.urv his belongings, fled the place. started out with $30 and wca resolved lo torr f thi li JrltT'luurnaitan rxainiie thl ample do xi at spect of that Fatherly Providence oriirc Hotel in tho Stale in its Vw, ot her puenU as to w To the inquiries Appointmonti, or Attenwhich has watched over us through mike a tour of the orld. ICUIiVlllt NlwAiaAHTJCHICASORr 1' w h whereabouts, aud the oiue of his our lived. Who can look back on tho The expenditure? of the German uovern tion to Comfort of their Oucsti digit, the girl plead ignorance coM of artnylaiid ment yetr, ircludtc chain oi" graces of which Jus life has navy and ordinary expenses of the tmpiiei She possesiod a friend at Staunton, been llttnssr nlllbf liriTtjrrt 10 auu Irmu t li i" A composed, without a feeling of rrieof charge, 'Ipiitlal rromin.nUtion The peueril cost of the weref!7l 1&3.S77 schoolmate, to whom she wrote, de- t ti ''oinuerfliirtratelers. Thf llir-- ll LKAMVIl iiijiii surprise at tho timveariednes of God's United rjla'cM government ivan $2I2,1S sapplled nltb tnt rl.oK.it icribing Brooks, aud asked if such a lovu?-- F. tV. Faber. 'b U of I tijsnri am) ritn IsOriSVILIs A OI.CINVAT 138. whether he au lived in the town and BEAUTIFULLY ILLU8TRATED. Grip nek, who isn tiavelini; man, went I'A'ly, srtures to travelers The peninsular of Hindo'tin embrscef This Mngnzino portrays AincrU vas carried or single. She explainWALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, chrrcb lis' Sunday, ami, being weary Bf. 1.3S2 021 square miles and has n popula can thoitpht and 1Kb from ocean to ed her interest in him by stating that ter a osrd ' ocenn, ia filled with pure high.clais wor. Ml asleep. The lion of 2')3 891821. 0 this land il is re BrANKOltU. Ky, literature, ami can ho safely weU THE MOST RAPID SERVICE tho contribution box, ported thnt 120,000,000 acres are ueles'. fcetrasin the neighborhood of Rom-ue- deacon who coined in any family circle. WALTON UH03. . . Proprioto-a- . and was paying attention to a nudced him in the elbow, Gripsack, una Lkjuid Shoe Pomsu. 1'ako of utiui PRICE 28c. OR $3 A YEAR BY MAIL. esteemed very wakened, turned in his sett, murmurinr, Prr. atldmtita.l l.ntvunM hrt rr4fll mil Nlrffi rt. jonog lady whom she ,.. It initio, and henco Waoof hu, iOiVj Kl. hi. ff.mt.ii.i.. ..... ul ntIi lea on thoUhli ItUor aud I cave you a rjiu'er when I shellac i pound and alcohol three quarts Sample Copy of current number malted upon Krtjil nrv '"'M.:ulu "ul i. rt that a rumor had reached her 'Get out! 1 the lasteit time and inon couiioriauie trains iighly; Dissolve aud add camphor otincts ant) telpt of Si ctt.i back numbers, JS els. " Altrasnualiln rnU In cin.1including Kanerr Vi, came on board thin train all points In Om South, or lo tho U'vst nttrnriloiir Rd HnfiliiroHt. rhecounternartoftbls train lampblack 2 ounces. that he was married and had a family, I.lst mIiIi on all trunk lines is douoiuluatiit Tho Ijlmlt-vt- l There is nothing that will n ply Addtetf And if it were true it wa3 her intenKsrMsllyrf I'..ri)rvnn. Tho siiiert rolling stock wh emTexas has 18J counties and is . lire yuru..ih.l... arafnl R. T. BUSH li SOU, Publishers, ploy tin patrons I'nlimitfil Com foft. to the girl he was as quickly m sweet potatoes Tnev are su tion to expose him all 0)At UnitCoupon llcker Uttice' in the hontli! Indiana, Oilo, Minois, WIc-- n Tl TI) J IllTsl Inu.nDull (iaaihtcj perior to corn ir thit pirpoH Vic tickets, eay 130 & VVi IVnrl St.,.. V. out our time tables und you will u1 nm i l)ili tot tttempting to deceive. '''. n tin fry ter. those that are mtrkeUhVHri I boil tho aria sin und Michigan combined. lion, get Motion and stick to Jlollon, If MjEW own iSlruur,. a '''hiiciixtiifi.il n n u orvs"yj!j jou Maul to sare niouiy and ban) a pleasant the truth of for the KS "..uiipfiBi tm The answer confirmed K.O.MiCOIlMICK, AlruU X 1.1. L, pig. Thev niiy betven lo sirs awlSITBBlil In Ireland 940,000 p. ople speak the Cel (Icueial Passenger Asent. Chicago. llu.l N, r. C" '." T Brooks' statement. He was a married al'o and may be fed raw or cooked. . Troy tic latiutiH'e and 01 000 of that uumbrr Cltyllclrel AiteutiandUltieers' Cloelnnttl.lnH K. A. IlucKNKK, 227 Ith Ave., I,oiilillle, Uy. Ohlo. T'cies. MiW Sltib)rriAiCUU ber i"ab uo other. I SI. TosaKtrtK, l'."J Vine si, Clncliinitl, O itt,,- yiMt Jfl.c 3n.pr.oi journal oneolject in life , Jjflbo VMM KY. like J hand-tom- e ear-ol- IS 219 to o 27 W. Jefferson, 220 W. Market, trial. Truly this century. Wall Paper, y , POWili Absolutely Pure. Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Full and Complete Stock of tbo above and prices as low as tho lowest. I fli-e- Steer DF'ox.ra.ca.. S. K. WHSAREItf. Stanford. 3nte:"w-- , FUJRN1TURE STORE MACK 1IITF.HAK, I'roprit'.or. hu-ban- d, e I r. 1 1 -- 11 rn-ull- s inta-aac- y I'JIOTOttfiE.llMKISIS, e I (101-l- y o .tl.--!islp-pl 1 1 EAST ilh IRADFIELDS regDL "WEST st flute-liken- s Che-apea- fiW SIIIItT. atOR " 4 Woman's Diseases l 1 111 111 M taVi-- p U n 1 111 1 1 OT 1 . A 1 M m vr nriTnsi I I I 11 1 . of-- H SI ( rti-r- ki. ! 2ST-- 1 Iil. 1 chil-Jre- n - 1 f- ?30semi-monthli- e, rl iurnml Vomblixiiiiuu 1 MYERS HOTEL, p. Joiirnnl lltttt-inorr . -- 1 d i ut it' ri-- c Oumcr-Jourua- l, -- 1 x Ia-- NEW FAST MAIL i -ja t- wer-k- y pa-nei- l I I I ) , A ".'."' .. . rri-iiiiii- I I ' H 1 ! J-- 1 vmrnmmmt i Jour-uo- y. lip-.i- . Ijill'J-.iCherlalC- j. WB.1U!Ujll tlUt 41.0U, !