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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887102801 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. ., VOL. XVI. nniK with a cnod emliiiK e, CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN tf r fJtSpr STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. ' -- far preferable to the drat; where our comfort wa4 at the atari aod our triali" at the chae of (he journey. A le.on in thia, I t life'- - vnyau. Far bet ter the Irinla lo beuin with, winding up in the radionre of the perfect day, than ini-now, with "a fearful looking-for- " of trouble nt the dreadful clo'f. Cli7H me, ever, my "irihiilntion" at the "alarliuK punt" inaleail of the ' toal " l)er "Yorick," a. e ci1l "our Cuome," befc'an here fttir r L'nviiiK hi law prhntice threw yeari" before thai, lie n iyil lo evangel wilh tl.e burden of u family of youm children to bear, in addi tiou to lliw ee f'HhneiH if humanity. Ilia limited private pttninouy n .ooii ex I ended It in n t to the rrnlit rf hi frleni'a iiihI be "inquired Hlonv, naiiDed, in II Ht fnitifal atrUEKie aainl , dda, while rloiiiK hit" Uvul b;t to prtwh to oiber. tni u pel that hi.' 'r"l Mim. I j. ts one nn bvalMt ctudtie, 1 tni ij(alol the e Ii lii.e lowirdx me ha. aiot., wti(H loot; KitiO bri hiinel and f,ir40imn. I eaanoi iiine foririve theui ret lor letilir.: IteH noble heart hreal;, wmto thev looktil Yre, bretbii'li, ei'teri', Jo'.l coldly ou know you deerve every word of tii, and mure Here w th imly mm in Kentucky who preirhrd IIih w'pel you loved, and you tllpwrd liiui lo be deliheratrly "el.rvedout'' btfme yuur eyei. If tlmt doii'i "nip you i.p" when aet'leuirnt day e NO. 276. WM. AYKK3. JAS C0UN1Y. MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I'tlbltuhcit Ttivi1nuntut 1'rlilnu -- AT tJ lJ21l ANNUM, OA.S5II. It understood It wejciedlt that 8 J.W "HI petted and demanded. W. P. WALTON- - ri. iIOORGE O. BARNES UD ., IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE PK.VIMK 1 Til I, A 10 , LOllK, (.in. 17, imni-ir1 Mr. W. I. Tatem is building a hutch One marriage during the week and one cr An ip on S inforil street. applicttion filed for divorce Mr. and Mrs. J L Y,inti have moved Jack Adam, nf Madcon, hoiiKbt if to Mi (leorite King's place June I'urrell o e horss lor IS-j- . Mrs. Fannie K lmistoo'a goods were nut Tun Iiivesavani Mi Ojhelia To- niicioned I wit Hiturday. Hiuie of them err were uiarried iu W ihd Tnurelav lal. Dr. I) inre was tailed here from Crab were put up hut no one bid on them Mr Jiuiei (Jiiinmins, nf I'reichurs Orchard Monday to see Mis. (i W. Hakpr. The lir.t yille, ha siiR'aeded Mr Dsright Htrdiii as mines rip"ned on llio K C. txter,s:on will beuin shipping' Ibis week. clerk in Mr J W. stoi. To neir- - of Ntpn'uoii Price, u i. said, F.ir of two irmuths this ii i fill ukH thro'lg'i toe courts. repirt we hiva emit in without r All of tbe thre. and four ni iiithh' pubnording either a in irriaye or deith. have, lun might out and I'ne metnbere of the bun', togoib-- r lic with ersral of our lidies, will give an en Cl'l-lCjI. Williams' P.iniomino Co. snowed tiTtainmcnt at lae Citlfi?" hall in kSoui to fur aul'enoe ut tn- - Cjnrt lions i three wtek", lo hlj, piy for their nigtiiand ,y, appeiragnin lo night, intru clients, o-- X r.iug IHnoiMti'tf Vcurllnj; Steer AYRES& GIVENS, 311 o. OIVK1S, Notary Public. lo tay linu alKiut the mlOJIe of Auguit. owner can go; tiliu i.y raying fur thin notlm an 1 board otateer . UOI,'i.V.i,A . ', V75-Ne.ir iValnut Flat. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Fifth Street, LOUISVILLE, - - ICY. (I3fl-1y- .) Florence Washing Machine, 1 hare tmuglit Ihe right to sell the Florence Wssbloi: Mniiati Jill am now pri'iorwl to furnuti all who may with lo sate their clothe, fru'i the iiiliblntt anl t,iiin incident to IIih old pnx eS(.l jaifeuiie aim uy ii ana if lunTimoi. waanuii; I'll not worry you 'l,ut Inlying uuless you ire ttilly astultJ mcrlti. .11. '. Kl KtX, I.ootiu3aml 3, Cromlo Block PEARSON & CLARK, W Jaiie' tht-.pi'- tin-llr- tiir Aln f ortn C X UUCiS rt,r. .i.JJ.j&lAII.U Ji I ai-w- Htudijuarttisat H. .Mjerj' tiors. l'5 iM 1 I LEXINGTON, KY. "West Main Hlroot. 203-6I- tl E. H. FOX, . 1IAA-VII.IsI2- uii;-ioa- Wed-ne-U- y i i if rfMiRM m. Intkbioii:-wnk in ICr W od t,t- - I'i'j y ' il t f en, it tin t br 10 to 17, T eie-.- l iIiit. niiii my Uir frieiid ami Biih- rc Dji.1i, nnd lit, ohnfinu x fai- ' hupjn" 'il, ulune, bare idt il f w Ailil to that a litt- t., Mile in our Iithk. a uii'it t'S Bil lite conjunction ! one hilly Ml eTatlielUlio tllHIe CMI uihi tlllt rtcmie th in ohr ii, We Itft Frankfort in il iiKirninir, hy ncuie .f iliet'Oinftirt, nil early train () ,r ilmr Mi. Lmra pan! u ihe lni:liri ljr bavin j ,ii' Iuihpi a ho.tew ran otler, e read t i t lor tin, thoucli night be' .re i ,i hchiimI it tbf Hlr'ipu- We vt I tyed it, nil tin iuu on her liwd, whoer i hotil Lumber, Inh v'lnlrr on hear thi .imIii without m iruii.tuis look, et.i , n y, wtlli n grtiuiti i.i lc n( Kititficiinii iul tlellplit. II' "ihe I It'f H II "IK, I 'in" ware there to ee lie (ouiforlnbly ' M ty it nr imhi ti(in iii xUk "lijuk of tl-i oik iitnnrut lir dr couie", It will Lot,-an- lie aolely K n beentinn OflCe .N.lh'l)! ivdn r ii hrk'ei r." - 'i craiefti' (len Hewitt telegraphed for 'renin! lirrdk Jat at La Oraiue and iccouipuiied u that far, en hii way t Lniuvillo -- lirakfittirw brief hall nt thru junction town, w.tti u. epe In a ilr tiling rain, reveal, d nollmik' cial Intere:, excep' this k'ax I) i'er- I a (HiipiMry tli:ill!!l LI Will'! c ,rrtd, br il , clciiii? laft of their 7" fet ru Iril'. at 11. .lifh of 1 tW) Net ar I ilmr mibtlnr. lln: ht, to t it cut 'it moii Hi Ilk brtn ronmiaipil in abulue It Itither n iiiit a' ui(i'" ii. Vrati' It tifi .uc oblikifil to bewin at tlif lo,i m. nlnrtf tbt nrifie- - till ilir f iii i)t4tt -- 14 4 mi txpt.ii Jaf. l.o" i brio tiitnrtl lo a p mfinu finii, J Oir Ir w neb w t mci lil". pill mtll, nn on arrira'. a' BihU'h lck S'.ition, on tbi Drt L nn. I'll? depot baa lately bten tlQ.uiKhul by tirr, that ilrclinnl to In it ami an obi .'it'icM i if i "nf pi iiikiuii-ritH'- ; I a rcpltcle for 1mkki .lk' rricis ar I uircMmlli'. Thh ! .lorn iloe a iimntKiT dfpit, but no one Iii t twilled ti iiero, lor rea9ns appium i, tke k'fit Ixmci at ihe lor knully l riiiii 1'Mf r,' jrifr, .ii.. x r 'hi un,ltili ct ol i. it '' 'C 1 u-,- l c-- ir.ile 1 riio tit 1 n 'u-tb- tr tla wi.ni (lip ' ImluroiH pop'u" it Me lU il.d for 1 .ii I and In. pirty ".how p j lntlr k nduMM, nnd kiodlinc n i and bofn1 '.re, brcui'r of thn ptp'tnt I I I f r rin, tftbecold." Afler lain d a lltl'e talk, a vniiiv nori'K " n canter thro 1 t b JjhIiiiu aai a London xtreuiitiei; V rfr"ered for n7 in her ilarlinc Mar e Milired ber-el- f on paper Hiid envelope' borrowed from the express uctn'; Cleore a ink n"o infantile wl'imbcr (beitiK fie baby) hti i Mamma ntired her, belnu the hiditvt firm of (leliylit known to her maternal na- -i ire In nn incredibly chort time ' Yir irK" appeared upon the ecene, laden wild: wraps 'bree c.trraijH'itnd a two borea w.i(, oo in .ttimuliiic,. heavy, loo, with remoree, thoiiub an innocent a u lube of the "nitua-tin.;- " eeini: that my letter miiiouncln Hie train we would come by, lumbered in, tian Cjvimjtoo 'bu, an hour l inly, upon the rt'ler wo ee mmfnrlably bea'owed titulfr honpllab e roof. I had fornottcn (Jeori-that Independence waa til the road anil needed about the Mine tinm tor a letter to ract in primiiive wclnaion aa ia rt(Uiied Hut York or Hotoii toel one to (ieore "could't ct over it," though com before., on an evening Irain, and he fully expected tt to do the same ihia lime. . He blan eJ himself for not Kiieeink' it and bein there anyhow. We bud much ado lo imIdi hi ihroe.! of eelf reproach. The run kindly held up aa we Jeparled from the Hiort, and we made the trip lo our quiet village meat pleaaantly, to ti ail Mr. I), and the children waitini: for ua with luvini; welcome We had a good rent before the evening mettiuK, which waa what we aimed at by our early Frankfort Blar'; nnd etcaptd our former experience, when wo bolted into church, half an hour behind time.lo preach lo ii tired contjrisatlon. ourselves fagged by (he journey and hunijiy 5tha', foreuprer, lbt cuultl not he eaten lill afier uteeliiiK The second exjurUnce wa "it had brgin- your atranded () ir yMi'b disippetreJ in rir.-i'oru); banilT to la ileprndenc, HJ mile", through Hip doarn pjiir. i' bar a no'e t otir koo.! Hn'bir I) inlap, worJril '.InnY irici; Hre we arp, but where art thou'' Citne. epeeilily, to the relit I ol a wa'prproof, Ii jl.nul r'p in i near ciiubt pu'ure nnd roJo oil - 'I)jr 'I ''' li d opjiort tin y Ihie ii ron t; ' 1 ot that lbrou;h icoomticp TO.I iliii it, brethren and eilre." Therefore Ihedooro' rrtiirn eland. 0en. It i n "dm r of bopt" fcr you, I waoh, iib in lenee linere.l, loee wiiat you ftlll il , a. Ibi. tried and Irue uiau unee forth, llil handicapped wnh n lauil.y in attendince, but more re.olved limn over to "tjopieich" no ihdl lie ban b e.l filmier tilled tili a briliiniitu opel of "t.iod H Lore and N'l.nirs Klae.'' (i .d will care fjr biiu tnriut;h eotu. one, I im .nn ; h it will il h throucli you, who owe eyerrttiirii; to title KOpl, or through eliKtirr hand" the help will conn'' I remember uir own cae and rather tiemble for the rooilt. And yet I I wa hungry and will Uope for the beat, ye ante Me ni tile) t ; tblr-tye tve Me na drink" waa apikeu lo lhoe whj id with a atari of eiirprie, ' LirJ, when raw w I'nr in un.'il and did id; .iippl) ii?' And He answered, ' Keoixuber bow Oxote Mr brethren laekd an I ye uunu er ed noi io theui." Now, deir one, if thei piain w ir I of lend, inleid ol atirruiK up, theo you are not the p ople I took you f r, and I want to tind you out, if I have bieu deceived in I do nut believe I have been .i mm oll ltd in my etimtle of your chancier, and wll not believe anything but the bet cf you. To re. urn to ludepondeLi , (iod pro rided thia refute for hi aorely tried when be found it iu j jfihte to "co preach" any lunger; anj here wiib uncoui plaining love he aet to ork lo do Hhat he could. To day one ol the pretliet village chttrchtx in Kenlucky, pud lor, tjntui;; i'. 000, Htanda a a moniiuieiit i.f the mi oil mui, Htiom the vsearied ze.tl ul tlie dtvil cillld n Jt 'Vot do isd," but wtiu, alii tollinu in povtrly, baa eiinct.td others with the pnreie,e i.0'pel; ailonid llua village with a model church; and who eUt.d ''dead and ehouldere" for quiel, uno'teniatioua in I know. Il tei.ee, .tbovv any village paator He h if another etatii n at X. Fairmouut n auburb of Cincinnati, where we to next to hold rervice. There, loo, IiIk uraud life of "inle f titti and Kocdaea bin told tixm one of tne loiiheiit tf the ureal, bid cilr'e de eiidencee, and it will n it be. h.ti,-- belore a cl urch fupplanta the,'I)dDce Hall" where the Htrvicea are now held One ol the happieai week of our lives we have epent here. The villauo of Independence is one of the county reals of Kenton. Covington is the oilier, The eittia lion is (jlonour. On hhout the hiu.het point in the couuly the panotauu of Geld ami Woodland, on every ciile, is ximply ex ijiiinite. In autumn tints the October glory of il is MirpaaainR. It tills the eyo and resit iho hrart lo look, and look and look' Here too the house was jammed on Bun-da- y, lill no place was found for the traditional "juHt one more." The Isdies fed (100 htiticry pnp!ooBn!t ; s twice before, when e weie litre, leH ttian year ago. Won-drota)s bavu tbiee hoUH'kctpers of do-- l nt; audi iinnu with uch ijukm urace that uo b itle or lljrry uiirks the work thy do (led hli-i- the Ksueroua he.irta in Indepoiui ence. We love them dearly. Oi:o. 0. Uaiines. Kmt in Jesus, aer-yant, I.Ol'.I) ' Citd i oioie !!, lo repair '.i'.lem ctn naar cci'leni. ally -- bo'iMug Mr J. H. Biilty eveml niitbt'SKo. A pllol h baHiilinK wrii o& and miMwl Mr ItiU)'s body only a hair's breadth. At tins wr tirtif wa are rj tying a vi.il at l ie pbtasiut miry liooie of our ooiis-ins- , Mr. and Mrs ilarriaou Tnarman. They expect soiii lo move to Otrrard oaunty. We wish thbV oouiJ find it to their iiileieel to tiiqve lo our town. Mis Iljaureganl Stuart has returnwi frrnn Dinvillo Mr. Joe li linehari and wife have been visitinc Mrs. M. C at Mt Vernon. Mr. John Uilrtl", of (iirrard, was Mr. II irrieon Tburman's k'uiet ijnr wok. Mrs. Aggie Itiinebnri ha reiurueii from a ple.i-avisit lo her iijin-in- , Mrs Araii Felaud, near Stanford The entertainment at (he Cririrlian church laM Wednesday night was liberally p.itron'iil. The exercies oflieeveniug werecompced of music by the band, piano inuiiu, song, recitations and select retdings "liie Huei Maniac" wbji recited by Miae Mairgte l),vie in aclearynd forcible man ne'; the eerl sons by Mis. Ltllie Tnix lor. were highly appreciated and enjoyed; a humorous selection was read by Mjdi. Alice Wart?; little II mrf Full and Lockie Dilllun very sweetly sang, "I'll .Wrilo a Letter lo I'ap;" "The New church Organ" and "The Moneyles Man" were recited re epectivelv by Miesea Annie Fish and Lula ritmrt in a very creditablo Myle and "In the S.ailighl," sung by Mrs. Joe lthiae-ba- rt nnd Mis Fish, wa a rj enjoyable pirl of the exercise. Other parts of the entertainment are deervin. of praie, but space forbids .i more extend! notice. M'. V. I o Wil-llam- a ut 1'AY. -- A jockey's jay is A JocKKY'd u'ood. McLiUjhlin gels $10,000 a year Iri.m Osryer llrothers, Isaac Murphy gets $10,000 a year from Lucky Ilildwin, Fi gels ?S 000 a year from thn Fairfax s'able an! (itrrison gels $J000 a year from Captain 8. 8. Urowr; others get paid in pro pnriion, according to their abilities. All these riders are allowed to accept outside mound; that is, they are allowed to rule for arjy one when they are not wanted by the stabliH to which they are engaged. Fcr tlivseoiitstde mounts ther are pud $25 if they win anJ ?10 if they loe. I3.it very often when they win a big race they uet McCirly got JJ.OJO for much Ur,sr feai Hiniuiikr ilit? Brooklyn Hindicip on Dry Monopole, and Isst yjar Fi zpilricj wa' paid $5,000 f.r winning the Suburb in on Sjuib of Troubtdour for Ciptaiu iirown the jockeys spend the money they make a (net n ihey get il, but others stve il ami uiiny of theui are now very rich men. P B. 84irl ha 22 nf corn thai taade 40 baihtls pr acre. He raWl 000 K)tirtJ of R ) d tob if; i oa the siib larm or 1 J acres of land. I'heourt of claims was held Monday and Tuseday, but our friend, who promised lo u'lve u a report of the proceedings failed lo h iw up in time for tnis isue M.ke Ferrin, the new fireman at the Wildie ipnrry, had a warrant issued against fix discharged fjuarrymeri who had threatened lo lynch him. J'hey had to u'ivo bond for their good behavior. Tne loot! rains in tne miunuins dining the summer were much more frequent tnan in Hit region nnd the corn crop much better hre this feast n than in Ilia' usiiilly more favored region. 'I'ncle" Jim Cummins, wno has fought through two wars, was in town Ttiesdsy nnd on rujue't sang "Forly Years Airo." J. W. Nebiit Lai rented of H. S Dran the residence and store bouse recently owned by S. W. Purris. John McChord, the newly appointed Stock Claim Atiit, was here Tueday and claimants ivere well plea-e- ii with his nnnner of eottling claims During the wildcat excitement lart week Joe Puree led three of his neighbors on a "wild gooe" cbasa by using a pumpkin stalk in making noise resembling those mide by that shy anion 1. Afler having them follow him several miles over mountains nnd valleys, preceded by their do?, Putcell concluded il waa celling loo warm for him, when he threw down hu cttamouit imitator and thi to the rocka for safety. S W. Parris, who traded his store and other properly at this place lo II. S. Dean, of Vandalin, Illi , a abort time since for a firm near that place, returned here Tuesday and ha 1 an attachment issued against Mr. D . stopping him from disposing of Ihe stock of gooJs remaining ou hand, claiming thai he, Mr. D., had not complied with the ontrict entered into, t. e. to placa Mr P. in poseiion ol the Illinois farm. The parties cjncernedJtgiesu'toMet the goods be rold at auction nn the -- i.h atid '20 h and let the sherifl hold the proceeds until the mat ter is settled by law. Sim Bjrdett's eulogy in the CW Journal of Qen. W. J. Lindrani, of Lancia-tr- , finds an echo from the mountain. All s 1 1 rniiraia'. KY. .'matt iin-iu- r nsw building oppo- isao ever prepir- ed to acioiniuoiljt' Hie pu'ilic with Use iKlura ,.... l,k....M.h, ... 111... . ..1.....!.. ...... llaireinireil siu tn mi to til, ni itl. - Livery, Training, AND Feed, '"""""r ""'""' Proprietor. Tlioroiichly ItoiKniKctl j, ml lliriusln,ii. II rs I. class I'liro iimil reeisiiiiiililcprlri-H- . liny anil nlIit nuns lire mil ny polili- 1'ortrrsof Itils lUfur-iiNIk207-,- r.B.RILEr, LONDON. KY. SALE STABLE ! I WILLIS HOUSE, J!.msr., iticiiaio.M). Icrnu. llarinj renud thertablnun I)eiot street, f am hor4 on reasonable reared tn tiatu and lin-a- ki Count; Court JO dy trade ftollrltrsl. IIS 11. M UPESTr.lt. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. tfora gool Tab!o And clean atd well furnished ixh.mi, this Hotel hit no suerlor. (iool sample rooms attached. WKatfj ft 00 per day. JOMy tjlanloid, Ky. To tho Citizen of Lincoln County: 1 j i!""."' 'ftr,D8 and t snt y eoulppe ainno Holler Mill I.. . ..via citiiumer MIlllDcry, tlietornol jtmUra tea' w dely any Jllil to cijual Inqtulity of Hour, we think the citizens ot inntouniy iiiouiu Uire ciuniy priue otiotija io The Latest Novelties of the Season. iVo with to In patronize and tinUIn the sauia torm whom tt may concern that wo are In tne Also Notions, auch as Handkerchiefs. Collars market to huy your wheat and corn and will al and Cuffs, Ituchlug, Corsets, bustle, etc. You waj glre tho lilsnest iurkel prl v lor lame. Wo wll! Und me at the rooms lately vacated by btul-le- y aroaJded some new machinery to our corn meal .t Warren, next il'mr to the Myers House. department and ciano mako meal to ault anr lf.i-2HA TE Jt VlUt Kit A It. htk)N It cinuot lis iqualeil tiy any other Mill In una riciDiiy we sou u x trial in our mur ana mral department. All harln grain In our lino lor sale will rill at Mill, wliero our agent can bj fjuud At all tinis, win) will glre the beat t i nli-i- prior tor aime itock. J5!-t- Hrat.lH'.l tlilp aiut altv.iya in 5TEWCOMS MOTEL MT. VERNON, KY. well-kno- f ir. .V. Mantord ItsllrrMilH o. ' POTTS. Sttl't.-- i X'urc'ka.siiiK Agency MISS SALLIE HARRISON, 1 ! This old and Hotel Is still main- talcing Its tine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. 31. V. XEU'fOJIB, Tro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. K. S. MAB.TIN. jno. m, rEKKins. Formerlr ol S'asfonl, lia opened a l'urrDRiinc Asency la Cincinnati, ard all orders lo her at is, Weal SIU street, wi ret'elre personal and prompt to . attention. She will make a specialty o( urcss j PEKKIN-S- . lioels, but will rec Ive orders for I urnlture, t ar- - ' firm hop. s. not only to sustain the Too audln fifteverytuin,' one could wf.ti. The utatlonnew theold, but Intends to make many i. of UJies ot thu section especially provements In the manufacture ot tobacco which ito.i i.tf I ot our customers. Wa will will be to the lntereel devote spec' al attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past f.irors aud asking tor a continuation of your trade, Itespectfully your. werematu, liKODHElD, Kv., May, 1S37. Albrights. Martin lvi to Inform their many friends and customers ol lie change In lirm name JIAIITIX A im-.ii- . JtAltTIS .fc 1'EIIICISS. ? Jmm EAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment CXTH.33S Sciatic?., Lnmhago, f G CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! A oli"es, regirdlesi of politic, jiin in saying in In' ter ofli'.H! was ever placed in At Montgomery, Alabama, there, wtn privenled lo Mrf. Cleveland a jewel cate, in I lie form of a bale of cotlon, eight inches loim and of silver, its sides oxydized Bilvrr re reeentini; the bagging of the bile, while fronted spots bore a striking resemblance to the enowv cotton bursting from its onliue uient truly dignified citizen will sit up all night rather than display his limtis and his sock feet In climbing into an upper berth "How could n lady on a sleeping co&ch. do that?" asked a dismayed femininn sengcr on eeelng the gyuiastici o' mi upper berth mule pwengjr who wa reuritu early. A p,. rharg- - of a rivenun ollhs. in the State of to call at Ken'tickr. It is not tentien to the many and willing accommodations rendered to tho'e in need of them. While he was strict in the enforcement of the laws, he never put a mm to trouble on 'The wickedness of those paitnans who technicalities, an 1 oily when a cloir and seek to aid their ambition i schemes by intentional violation of the law was shown bate among a generou people i to hive taken plasa did he b.irden the govfast meeting expot;i J, and yet there is and ernment with the expnsfl of a prosecution Whan suit wis brought should he an in'i'tar.ce upon n strict fttl her- of the case. etics lo UiAHetileuient which has been nude forth by him a conviction generally followol dispute iUelionsand upon the iutj-serve- ed -- Curtis and Woi, O. Ojcknal, arrestul ol inch settlemunt. acceptmioe Against this 1 believe no buxines consider with others on the charge nf kukluxiug, ation should prevail nud I lirmly believe waived examination and wers held to anIlia, time H Americui fairness enough swer any indictment that mty be found by abroad in fie land to inure a proper and the next grand 'jurv. "The rnilh of the subslan iii recognition of tho good fiith gods grin! "lowly, but grind exceedingly Froui Cleve- line," and it will yjt hi shown in this which you have exhibited " county, whe.e ratik prfjtulics has run riot land's MontL'omery Speeah. for the last ten that the democratic Toe House of Hanover la tut likely f ii'ly ts not repomlble for all the midsoon lo he without an lnir. Anno w.h the night outrages that have occurred, as has mother of 17 children. Victoria lusoioth- - been preached by the opposite party from The Princess nf Wales, the ered niue. the housetops from the time the smoke Empress, of H isia and ihe I'riucets of cleared away after JohnJJJrown's raid at Lome haye large and inure fine families Ilirpet's Ferry. The reason for whipping of Hitlenburg, while as for the Priiics and maltreating thsse three tnotlensive wo well, it is seemi iglr j nt the other day that meo, whose character is above reproach, aa nnd the she went into the family timine-wasshowu nt the eximining trial from the cabio this morning uiiiiouurei me arrival evidence cf a number of the bet citizens Louisville Tinies. o' her tecond child in the coinmuniiy in which they reide, by Dr. J Hreck Taulbse, who arrived In npirtyof men under Iho circumstances, is Mt. Sterling Isst week lo visit his sick not known, hut we suppose the trial in tne brother, untie the trip ol '.'oOO mile from circuit couit will bring nut tbe f 'C s witli the slltir. It has beeti men his far away Western station in 7; hours, probably as fast time for that distance as tioned in tins column bifore thai all Dr Taul-bee- is chnred with ibis oflense and I e d was ever made bv a "riveller lociled at Foit Defunce, Wyoming for trial are republicans. That old hi ody Terdtory and is the Government Surgeon shirt howl, usually sent forth, after mr'i of the Nivajj Indian,. He is a brother of occurrences in this county, charging the 1'res -- CJL other putr with these outrage, is eilcnced by (bosa Interested. A toy billoonaenl up from a town In Kentucky about the lsl (f September was There were three things which Thomas found ihe other day in a liild in New York Jellerson distinctly claimed forhiooaelf. He Stale, where it had just alighted, and the wanted them inscribed on his monument. farmer's wife at once decided that Provl They are as follow?: "Tho author of the dence had sent her a new bustle. Dic'aration of Indtpjudence; of the statute Tne best evidence of the merits of lian-tei'- a of Virginia for religious freedom; tbe faChicken Cnolera Cure is, when once ther of the University of Virginia." On Uted, it is over sought 'or afterwards. Sold no monument was ever inscribed prouder words in pnise of any man. and warranted b; McKohcrts & Stagg. 'Jt nceary Rhonaatism, Bnrns, Scalds, Stings, Bacs, Bruises, Bunions. Corns, Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, I StiffJoints, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. 1 d Contracted Muscles, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, Piles. THIS GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y ni'compllshes for everybody exactly what IsclalmeU font Oue.if tho rcaionsfortlioKTe.it popularity il Is found lnita uiilvcrnl -. applicability;. Everybody needs such n medk-inneeds It Iu case i.facel len. The I.uuilii-riiiuThe IlmiHOiilfe needs It for tfoneruU.uii'l i tho Jlustanu Unimcnt ; , Tho .llicliuiilc leiiclt. Tin- - needs tt always on lil v. rl. ' ) yer, 'I'h ou sands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is mere fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that fositk'tly luics it has been made, and to be con- inced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A socents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it .is a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and our money will be refunded. two-thirds Tho 3Hiirrlteedsltlncncof rmergen. v. The need It in hl liouae, hi l'oraalo by McRoberU A Stapi;, Stanford. stable, and lit stock yard. It in liberal supply nfloat nud whore. The HoiMxIuticli'i' neoda lt- -ll I f rifiid ami safc.t reliance. Moclt-oriiwcnecila -- H ,v"1 r The Scniuiibi,iitiiiiiiorltioHiiiitiii"'e, bl ' lt ii- thoti-au- of dollar nnn a wouu ui iru.7. nud will ne.-- It The Kalli'onil iiiaiiui-cOal- t Ion- - as Mi lift. I a round of accident, nnd dain;' r. I Tin HncUwoiiilaiiinii ncedalt. 1 here mil . Incl.kc It u i niitldoio tor mo iianvfi i" jjiii :"' tnliloliatirroi'iHl tt.cl ) Tlir .IUmtIiiiiiI ni'iila KnlKiul lila :i : v ; iimitM'ii. .. t,uiii.itA i .... n-I . ' The ,l1" L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, B. 1UK l.KKAT TIIR0UCII1 TRUNK LINE TO THE con-necl- ;c.pr.rrr:,:':' ..; SOUTH llii'Tnciorj. " j win uti & WEST Willi u Ivei ,in tint ill' s ue at lircp tuci ',rnccldeat.i-pnI"i"'U""- heu tvuntcd. il Hot lli fiui Pullman Palace Alivuvtalu Ihi' ssmblJ lor I.lllliHViliU I " W Sleepers. MUlliplllrJ, to XitNiiviUe, ARBUCKLES' name ou a paclcago of COFFEE Is n guarantoo of excellence, .Uluiitu, 'MiMilKutuery, 1,1111c Kot'k, Ivluliile unit t ew OrlcuuH. ARIOSA COFFEE Is kept in all first-cla3toro3 from tho Atlantic to the Pacific. ss Only cue change to points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this roal will recelvi pvclal rates dce Agents of thl Company lor rates, routsi COFFEE is nevor good when oxposed to tho air. A,,,tr.rtte Always buy this brand in hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. . v Louisville, Ky, ( M Ntt.wvTwvvjfcQJwrfJWAi4i ,t Stanford, Ky.. - wfc4.aji&uuNliwHMtfjtwwyuwa.aMM Tins , tfu wav (he nl.J Hunan, Allen 0. lVe-iJeut re-c:- art ja tfjaoaw wjvay vijlinist, wh nMwwnmm)iwiimHinmnrwiwnmi n wi'n - Krrn)uti, ,he no'ol - Octobor 28. 18S7 W. P. WALTON. n U Tilt: nivte we eee of the Joints of courlH aud jureiile inorc e are cjtiyincttl thut the law cllrH no pio'eclion to a peacaible Miiren. lVe officers are afraid to do the Inly ti.ey have sworn they would and the jjrltB aie either too ignorant, cowardly or venal to do theire. It in only the lawThe Liuisvills Commercial u doing a breaker wm, it protected by the law. Ho good work in trying to Impress upnn the can murder orccmcuit other heinous crime m will and when brought to trial, if he incoming legislature the necessities of re striding the eviln of lecal legislation. It ever ip. he can, with the aid rf sharp for years ben the bane of I .a iki ug, ho know how to work the 20 chal bus to it being traceable nearly every hid liw It UKCd fur ml they are worth, etcare either a jury that will arquit or at most lane that has been enacted happy themselves The Commonwealth is a' ways Thu .(Krk-iilliint- ) Minister Bcck, who represjnta the Dcpurdticnt LONDON, LAUREL OOUNTT. under Tiie judei y government at Peru, where she sectua to ! otof th met ipu!r luturix m I lin ninayi !. n i .. Unnl l more vjImk ti Urioetn tkiN nuMis Poc Eell is visiting Mrs. II. M. ll I HniH tue w,t ul I liu wr 1 il acUi linen t iMarn.ihr li.e.1 l.y wn ul htut npifirMB. rules in favor of the accused. Sho has but need no representative, at $10,000 a yeir, ia Jack on five chaMengee of jurm and is practically at home, A abort time be'ore he tea givThu Olilintioy Corner, Mrs. W. A. Pursliy i vl.itmg her pat tho mucy of tie defendant Hfter they en liia po'ition be would hive gNdly, it is Itttlaslvelr Car vcnnim)plit the little folks, Is one ot Hie MlrsMlte and ralaaWe frtttiirca of the rent in Richmond. W wily are exhrutrd. E?ery donbt must innure iid, liken 510 a week f r hi time. cdilUm rl A'her hoys killed n (inedser on Lower to the benefit of the prisoner, and il after srl(;iiial Ntorie-- jiiiiI CliiHe-e- Nuh'eilltuiN, Sinking creek lust week. It han Ht hut taen difnilely eettleJ that all these are thrown around aS'Mli the utoat Inliti'llri; hj .ek In Wtli Ike trrfiJeiiee liom all win of the world, the author of the dirty ' Clira I?IIn" leltors C Mullin, of Livingston, hs here last aVteklr and StHBl.Wt.klj wlltioua him, n tan' of willful murder is made out, in a Cincinnati piper h a uuu nnd hi-- t week buying good' for his store there is n lump jury, or an abortion of a The Weekly Tup star routa nonlraciors have re la a word, l a (oiiiiilftf name is Frank File ICfen be ia inhumed mid ihouM I ud iy ererjr nierchiot, M DutMrtwttr, iae(aale, U equal verdict, letting him off with what Aktmer and rifnlutl man in Hie I Mtid Mte. nf them, low down and vulsir n he U ceived their blanks tor ths fall 'cting . to no Then bo ha every adThe Seml-lVee'k- lj liazecte The United States Toporsphical Envantage lr the matter of counsel, while the l 1'ilottd TuelT mnl VrMir at I- - !' year. NOTES Of CURRENT EVENIS. namidr mpy fur jour frtimt or neigh dor gineer Corp have completed their work in h ilrs ludiiicuiiiiia toe lull .agui I r .ilir State often has to rely on eome worthier ":. Bjotluind Burett played three weeks Owsley countyand pitctinl their tenia iiri lick of n mau, who could not support him Tho Commorci.il Guzotto Co., Ci"cinnnti, O. together in C.ncago and took in $72,000. town, where they will remain until nM relf Ht his profession but for her help. With Thanksgiving Day. The Rj?ell poor houe was rented to weather. all these mlt antac.es it i no woader that Waphisotok, 0:t. 25 President Clevea man who agreed t.i fwJ ll.e paupsra at Miss Mollie 17rliy, of Lim; Hratiff.. murder and other crimen hold high carniland ha issued the following ''Toanksgiv-incents a wee"; . - in was here Sunday. Judge Mjreiog val and that the murderer h the moat proclamation": . Horace Webtter A Cj., wholesale New York and Bostun buying good. Judhv Huprivileged of a community. "Tne gyoJnetw and the mercy o: God, R. Bjyd left Sunday to cum&iencr ctirt st dealers of New York, failed, liabilities cf in the cheapest of any kind man life in which have followed the American people Booneyille. Kentucky and will continue to till a radi- over $750,000. - We iKs.re t" cal jour aitentloti to nt 'irth and There are now 500 cm of suppled during all the dayi of the past year, claim It. M.Jackson writoi us frooi A ianta, cal char if in the administration of justice ypuuiu ievr in uincituun, unit the uweve their grateful recognition iod iiuno's ac Giorgi.1, (hat the mat uurket is very du'l is etlsc ed i r the people, p'tienl and long knowledgement. By Hi omnipotent pow- Here ml mtuy of tue stock umu thr sutlering, riee in their might, and right the is rapidly spreading. er Mi has protected us from war and pati from Liocolo aad Bv!e conn tie' la k of Ol ttrry dxr!'tlo:i,whli h w. !Twelve Mormon jurors at Silt Like lr .i, hanJ. mi I tt Ti i t l.tut ami .uuilne It a wdl wrongB daily placed upon them. Wo dis Ience, and from national calamity; by His shipping back. like to e y il, but it i true and a pity it la refused to t?ke the oath prescribed by the tar !, i s gracious I tvor me Harvest lias yteideU n law. M ujward bad Uta exatniu.i u that it it true, that therw U absolutely no genernH re'urn tn the labir of th hu Mm-JaThe Cjiueee transport Waleo, was !oet rut bf'Te acMrg Jutl( U. It. protection for ti law abiding man lu the .. wi A lilli ; ,j Whlt'i Lu relall l.on- i tn r mi le wi.b .Iww ji u tb law, H must look to himself a'ooe for in Pescadores, aud 230 Cniutsa and five bandman, and every imth cf boneet toil has Baker, for tho murder of a aecro named led to omfort and c uUutuient; by His Humphrey at Etet Europeans were drowned. last w.rk. shot-gu- n protection and do with tho what ( In Iiibertson county the c jurt cf claims loving Iciudoois the heartd of our people Howard was bound over in bind of 0 the law promisee-- , and what he pays for i'B We are KriiU fur, the it lit tin mmket all. Mi.. fixed fie coun'v N-- v r $1 G7J on the $100 have been replenished with fraternal senti- until circuit court. supporf ir dofor htm, but fiHa ho atort of meat and patriotic eudetv.ir. a J by IIi cf properly nnd $.) po.t lax. Tue advarre ajent and b.ll prster-- ' o' LMPKOVEI) WATKK KLKYATOIJ, doing. Mr. Pjwderly denies that there 13 any unerring guidance wo have been directed in Wallace's Circus arrived here latt Friday - I f lnovr-4'- r IlAitKODfBtjno coutinues at the front probability new and novel and the 6ne tin-Took To the and billed of afushaof Prohibition and tue way of national pr ispenty. country for 25 mil-- atoumt. Sotaetfclnit can pUaae the uni fattld.uiit In in"'lie km.t I i Bio tee, we m priirt a!:! r Ui,i! .1 r in', Hrjtinaid'".Ta.fact Anotler murder, the eccond in ten days, Labor in the next Presidential c.immign. en that we may with oie accord, testifv I ney will tay here with thn advance car we with toabow tcu Niiuethit ceie , la tSMSfe It rrclr i ... hi wn n T"J are la nTlhl in we i .t that la autttiin.- n. . occurred in a bar room there Tuesday Iu the las: five months 3,1GJ ctirlosds our gratitude for all thee btes'iniis, I, until the circus arrive, this being their last town tad weahtll be dellbll to make II pleaiant lur mh Xprytru'j, night, whin Henry Paesmore ebut and kill-t- sl olcxcursionistp, 1S7.7S1 per Grover Cleveland, President of the United stand for tl CfO'son. The emploviw mil Richard PaxtuD, another States, do hereby designate and ret apirt be dischsrkid and the animal' and son.', have visited that greit natural wonThe ill feeling grew over a rivalry in buei-nei- der, Niagara Falls. Thursday, the 24th day of November next, will be shipped to Peru. lad. and the killing ocenrred in PaEsmorc'n The anti orjan membtrs of tho Win- ai a day of thanksgiving and prayer, to be bar rcom, when Paxton waa unarmed and chester Cnriatian HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTt. church have seceded from observed by all the people of the land. On uoEueptciing of danger. Paeitncre has teeu it and rented that day let all secular work an I employ the old .Mjthodlat church to Ojr town U all sgog jut now over the that murderers are the privileged claes in do their worshipping in. mrnt be su'pended, aod let our people as advent of i photographer. O.' course we this country and did not fear to lay himeelf A portion of tunnel No. 10, on New semble in their accustomed places of wor- are ah trying to look our prettiest, but nur liable to tLo law, which always protects Kiver hill, Cincinnati Southern railroad, ship, and with prayer and sonjs of praie suce,s in that line is not by any mesn HUch creaturte at the expense of the law- caved in Tuesday night, killing one man give thanks to our heavenly Father for all phenomenal. Since S .Word noticed arrav abiding. He has done for us, while we humbly em our t and injured several others. citisn,T. J Hatcher, and Webb Rdbs, a farmer near Paris, has plore the forgiveness of our sins and a con- the wind did violence to the smoke eUck of who imagines that A booster, be is a sttj birf eomebody because he is a been declared of un'ound mind and tru. tinuance of His mercy. Let families and our steam mill we have suhMiled into a eou of his father, Senator Voorbees, saya tees have been appointed for his eatate, kindred be united on that day, and let state of abnormal quietude, a oppressive is their hearts, filled with kiodly cheer and the climate of Sahara . that Mr. Cleveland has not distributed which is valued at 5100,000. -- The National Most of our ciiiz.'ns have changad Republican Cimmittee affectionate reminiscence, be turned in the office &s he ought to have done and that he intemU if he ctn prevent it, meets in Washington, December S, to fix thankfulness to the source of a'l their their resilience- - in the lael few months. to kuock him out of the nomination for the date and pbca of holding the next na- pleasures, and the giver of all that makes Tunis has gone to Junction Ciiyj W. It the day glad and joyous. And in the midst William' ftmily mjveJ back from I'atrie; tional republican convention, a second term. Ycung Yoorheei can pre-- Deputy Uuited States Marshal W. T. of our worship and our happiness, let us Jaine Taylor has taken postoesion of vent it, of course. lie's gat this country ptircha'td of the A Hem; Mrs in a slini:, he ha-)- . Pity indeed that it is Day was attacked by mcooshiners in his remmeber the poor, the needy and the unfortunate; and by our gifts of charity and Catherine liiain aud family are preparing Poor Mr. room at Maytown, but his effective use of ready banovcl.'nce let us increase true, but it it neverthele?. 02T ths n'lin saved his life. bcr of those who, with grateful heart', shall to move to Kuoxville next ncek; S. Cleveland, he ought to be shot for not giv a double barrelled shot-guPowell hes rented the Cicil property and Perry Ackers, of Maxwell, Iow.a, shot join in our thanksgiving. ing the little fellow an office. will open a b.iardiii-iiou- r and killed Mayor French and Justice There ia n GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT . TiiEitE are two factions in the the Na- Schaae!Z2r even up old tcorea" and then movement in a matrinvinul direction, too, "to tional Bunk at KalamE;o, Mich., both of committed Lancaster. but I dare int mention it yet suicide with the same weapon. which want to coitrol it. lbe fltocu was Tafniacfj de7il is j nt niT ver "juie' The etatuteof Gin. Johu C. BreckinTho ub q lito is drummer acvn 01. so evenly divided that lees than 10 shares the win nnd the uusophistoct'etl ciliaeo ridge, at L?xingtoa will bj unveiled No- in tho I'D id ci'T of Liocaster would carry the election of directors either The ushorsat the Duncan Elbin enrapturod upon l.is d iing gyravember 11. The address will be deliverel way. A man owning ten shares cflered were Mea-trsCarlton, of Atlanta, and tions We.do not often enjoy the vision of by United Stiles Senator J. C. S. Black-burthem for sale at auction. Tney coat him Offsley, Lindram, Hobart Elkin and Djn a railroad train, but we can ne ir the pu. -$1,000, but the rival factions fought and ations of the mighty engine a i' firoea the Rjv. Thos B Nidler, ny, who ierformel their parts well. At Pniladelpbis, bid until the remarkable sum of $14,350 Bird hunters report the crop of iniN lifeblood of commerce along the charged with cauiog the death of Mis. iron artewas obtained for them, one thare selling as Maaon saya it Uu'i ries of as being short. trade and travel. We don't enter Sarah Robinton by criminal malpractice, high as $12 000, the higheat price ever long until our sportsmen will have to demuch in'o the cot. (I ct between labor aud was sentenced to seven seven years' impris known. pend upon the Eiglish spirrovr for their capital because we have no great interest onment. fun. Down in Louisiana two negroes went to Tnere have b;en terrible stornn on the The occupation of the Lancaster coal in ttmoneand vetj little practical admiratberejidence of Mra. Birucr for the avow- lakes and many crafts havo gone to pieces merchanta like that of Othello's is gone tion for tho other. Ojr peoplo had a ua ed purpose of criminally aeaaulting her two causing the los of ecores of livei. Pieces They can't set the coal and in csnieijuencd tural genius for politic, but they went on daughters, the inoit beautiful girls of the of wrecked vessels il )at to shore dally along mtny of our citizins have to K" to bed ear- the old system -- believed that patriotism neighborhood. They were thwarted, bow-ev- er, the coast. regarded zval for ly these cold nhrhts to keep warm. We meant Jove of country A battery of six boilers exploded Mod. don't need another railroad, in their vile purpose, and on being ar the public good at more honorable and thoueh, at rested a mob took them in hand and soon day in the Lawrence Iron Works at Iron-to- least it look so since we are doin? nothing more useful than scheming for personal ag O., killing Mike and Jaaies Dyer, to secure the Lnuiayille Southern. grandizment, and thus got left amid tue had the lecnoroua ecamps swinging from a limb. This is the only way to deal success- Thomas Divis and Peter Clay, and woundBit we Williams' "Humptr Ddmpty" dark aje of human program, Col. ing 20 others. fully with this clas of brutfs. show at the City Hall on Monday night is turn hopefully to our "young America," At Hot Springs, Ark., Jasper Dancan, pronounced the most dismal farce erer area We have a rising race of brilliant promise. We are not of course in love with the a prisoner, was shot and almost instantly in Lancaster. It muit hare been worse Araba in the saddle, Jehus on whteN, Nun-ro- d rabid politics of the Cincinnati Commercial in thu chase, t.ktng to base bill by inkilled by Sheriff Williams. What seems than the "lliyal Njnesuoh," aa related br Qascllt, but it is emphatically a newspaper to have been preconcerted attempt to es- Huckleberrr Finn, from what those wno tuition, cigarette by iniilnct, dudism by and as such we value it vtrj highly. Nothcape was attempted. We saved our people contagion and idienesa by fatality, (bey bid attended eay of it. ing of imp irtance escapes its watchful eye fair to keep abreast of the time and, like The Comptroller of Currency bis this infliction, ftj. od the mitu who lakes it oan be sure that declared a dividend of 25 per cent, in favor The death of Sim Wtierritt, coming as emulous hunters, be "in at the death' rf be will be kept posted on current events. of the crediters of the Fidelity National it did ao unexpectedly, waa q lite a shock all antiquated usefuluewta. Bee prospectus of its weekly edition elseBank of Cincinnati, on claims proved, to hia parents and friend'. His life while StepLca Carlisle, of Caicago, beat hia where. amounting to $2 3S6.569. he walked this earth was without spot or wife to death last April, and Monday, after Congressman, Brady, an Ivan Shelby has bosn nrrested in Bal blemish. By him waa no wroni done, Ilia pleading guilty, waa sentenced to the State who was at one time a faithful (Untenant lard county, charged with the murder of whole mind seem 1 to ba on reliuion and prison for only IS years. Ttie jury that of Boss Mahone, has issued a letter charg- Mrs. Stephen Moore, an aged lady of that morality, Truly it can be said of him, he found such a verdict oubt to be hung in a ing bis former master with selling offices county, on the 15th inst , and with the robhas gone to that rest which ia the glorious body. and stealing campaign money- - Tniswasall bing of her house of $500. heritage of those who love the Lard. Toe Ine general opinion i3 that the Wa. right with Bndy as longai ho profited by The Piedmont Exposition at Atlanta earth will re it lightly on thee, Sammy. lace Carpenter caae should be disposed of it, but when he had to let go the leal, netted a cash profit of $10,000, besides JudRe W. E. Walker Ml on Wednes- by tiling awar the indictment an 1 not subis a dreadful rascal. It was ever for the buildings and grounds. day for Dallas, Texas, at whici place he ject the people to the cost of another trial, thus. This success has caused a plan for a world's will join a I arty bjund for a big hunt in which will terminate in an acquittal or as Senator Voorheesj' sod, who got him fair to be held there in 18S0. the West, John; II. Wo.idcock went to before in a hung jury. It costs at leant SI.-000 The Kentucky Grand Lodge of Odd Cincinnati Tuetday tn flee the Btrnt self interviewed by an anti Cleveland paper each time thi-- cue ia tried: and the -- DXiLKBlNswelled up by the al Fellows embraces 155 lodges and during the troupo. You can't head John oft when in New York, was so proper course, In the opinion of many, ia to leged honor that he got ou a big drunk and year had 753 additions, leaving, after de there is a treat to be had, S uuuel U, liar file Drugs, Books, Stationery and it away and let the boy go free Som in the station house that night. Oh( ducting withdrawals, suspensions, expulris, Jr., has a new musical instrument called erset Democrat. nicies. the Xylophone. Toe young ladies would jet, heM keep Cleveland from being nomi sions and deaths, a net gain of 233, P. T. Barnum has jmt purchased an will! It is staled on undoubted autboritv do well to call on him and hear him psr enormoue amount mted, ne PhTilclam' rrncilptloDi accurately coopoundnd, of real estate in BridgeAIo that Gov. Oglesby is disposed to commute form thereon. It ia a real pleasnre. Miss port, Conn It consists of a great tract of continue to arrive at the Foreigners the sentence of four of the condemned An- iloneywood Huffman, is visiting at Dr. land eltuated in the centre of the city, and rate of 50,000 a month. A large per cent. archists to imprisonment for life. A great iTuftman'a after a long visit to Winchester. includes five churches, the old Court house, of them ere anarchists and that'll what's presjnre is being brought to bear on him to Mrs. W McKee Duncan and little daugh six livery etable?, three bank buildings, all The Laigost Stook of Watchos, Olooks, the matter with this country. this end, and tbero is a strong probability ter, of Louisville, were up to attend the the stores on the eide of Main etreet, Jewelry and Silverware The President's thanksgiving proclama- that there will be only three executione in marriapa of Miss Nellie Duncan. John and more than 100 private reeidencea and Kver bought to thta market 1'rlcee Lower than tion is such a feeling aod sensible document ateid of seven. He'd better let the dirty ! M. Logan has gone to St. Linii to look af- - dwellings. The property is worth over tbe Lowejt. Wetchw, Clocks an 1 Jewelry lift- I crowd co in a body. that we give it in fnl elsewhere. paired on short notice aod WsrrunteJ. t,r his property in that city of booms. E-kiu, Thurnian, epjku of tho in k spsecb: "I ha7e seen a good mny presidents in my Ions life. I hive known rfveral of them per'onilly and I have rend the history of tha fj'innni" ration of thou) nil. I have seen and I know, and I think I know him full cli, Urmr Glen-laud,our President of the Uaited H:ate-- and u my honor as i uuu, who is hotiad In tell you the truth if ever a lain ws hound to tell tho (ruth to hi fellow men, I don't believe that a more honest, braver, truer man ever filled the presidential chair of the United States." ! , liw-yer- s, w-i- sl n purii-hicent- Irjwai'.l fu a iupvrreck oil .Midagicar. The election in Baltimore Wdno'day ' rp4tlltnit In lrm lUn .Inn.. vtnin ocrat, Litrobe beiug elected mayor by over 1,000 mj;ttv. foe t ,tl vute pol'td was 05,075. In, the late Teniieeo election 31 cum t' voted fir and C2 against the prohibition amendment, and it is noteworthy that in nearly every instance those counties that had formerly adopted looal option voted in the negative. William Rjed, of Pittsburgh, who had ama'scd a million dollar in oil and minerals, was drowned in the Atlantic ocean, ell Somer's Point, N. J , while endeavoring, with the aid of a magnetic rod, to locate certain treasurer supposed to be buried along the New Jersey coast. The Old Fellows elected Arthur J. Reed, cf Richmond. Grand Muter; T.ios F, Rogers, Ml Sterling, Deputy Grand Master; William H Cox, Maysville. Grand Warder.; William White, Louisville, Grand Secretary; George W. Mirri, Lmisville, Granil Treaxirei; John P. Pnisier, Mays-villGrand Representative An Atlanta special says that Gov GorJuti in an interview said that proliioi-t- i in had been tried through local option in 100 out of 117 counties in the Slate, and not one county ha' gone back on its notion. He did not hesitate to pronounce the result good. Atlanta had not been damaged. All fears of trade being diverted had proven groundless. Tne change has noticeably benefited tho freedmen. M ' Tie Ditnrin-l- i K'm ruij tials wero v n SJuii'ud at tne Preoyi-riaciurci Wr-n?dav evening a' S .'clock, Tim ceremoTho eek'y Edition of tho Ojimneroial Qizetto.) ny was performed by E der J, O. Randolph of I) in ville, nn. I J id D.inoaii, brother of tho bride, gave tier away. The bridesmuda, It Stand b on tho Top Shelf in Character, five in number, wcru MImm Jennie Faulk It is the Best Newspaper, ner, E'la Watso-J- , Juliet Gill, L w'e Walker in Misi Uronston, of It chtuoml, who It is a Republican Paper, all looked a beautiful as the fair bride It is the Family Paper, herself, The best man was Mr Tyner, of It is the Soldier's Paper, Atlanta. The bride, Misa Nellie Duncan, is oue of our most beautiful yomu Indies, It is the Farmer's Paper, and belong' to e ne of the oldest families in It is the Children's Paper. 'his con Uy. Tne groom, Dr. Simp'on ! -is a uuive of Girr.ud, but has Cast tils 4 fortune In Atlanta, Georgia, where he is a TLo Wooltly Giirotto 'onlnliu fl rjlimi'i of choice rtvulin.-- matter, ami ti (urntitinl to prominent young physician. Afttr lunch lUtKMtwra at iriv low intsoi einn Dollar r stmuiii, miking thn jiflcr Ims Ihsti Iwntrrils a wick r copy. It It the leat nl.llrnn !H'wnpH.r In thfl ti Uintlv nrw-K- r It It lo Hip trail at Hon. W. O. Uradley's, the parly left for ind It glTciall llieiiriri wltli vinj dvilrable Oolall fllr. In dueut Ii.iim-- wltli the IhIIowIiir lijrt-u-n- t: a Dinvillr, ti tk the midnight exprera fur 'J lie riiimiflnl ami 'etiiuii-r,ln- l KopnrlH Atlanta, i'tciiood wishes of this people .Wexlfrn In dill rut tliHr rollnMIIlT Is writ known throiijlmut the country. srs Irlfumph-e- l go with them. May they live long and be itcry djy Ireiu en Yolk m.illb'cau uur cur uwti net, ItltK Uiltuiu Utlt lu ll.e mtikHi. 1 Cincinnati TJBTeelsIy C'assGtttS! OISJE3 DOLLAR li A. Y.'E.AJFL , 1 Itei-nr- -- berai-Wu'kl- y s Hr rrsr i.ftle, s-- g ci''n Jkiteniio--! Fl , 86 Complete Xain of Groceries i Tticker-EJmuntl- Our Mtoclv of Sfl;n'(hv;ire, . I Wlivor itiillocl :ustl Smporinl 4'Iows, ' . 3,-00- 1 hn -it lj i - - i -- i z j pir.t-phanal- 4 sole-savim- utile BTJY GROOBBJCKS n wed-tlin- . sh T. R. WALTON coi:m:i: d 0). MAIN & SOMERSET STS., AND OKST THE Ma-hon- 0 A fj S. HBHY, PHARMACIST, t ?rv?fe-- d JEWELER- ssMmm, wt i U2SS3UZUZXXXZJ: Tj.rjrrvrafcj -f j:it ,"f ,rYi7Tfl,?tr'" ? WV1e mtti fWMr"nwvnttmii''inigKii-H'nttW7.'WrrtttiinaTjcqtnmB- janrinswai l C-i- i-j rnaniwJiuararaai.TuatagiwuaiMiMifiiriminiMiwwTrm SHU ' ,1.', f ,:,'0.;:iii 18E7 J i OrofHT " NrwI'hHm, (!inUtw. A. i' r t !( carriages M Mr Hiudrtll AiniM Hml Mi-- s ruiut'kina were mrri lit John C. -.- . M l'; 1 1 head of good Mdlsou counly yearlings. 850 pounds, $2C 76; S haul of Mollie 282 Cogle'i-yetierdiL- y. Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, ( Octobor23, UiiHlntiHB A w'Hte rtn t ml Any inform ittiin le. tiling m her Lo-ihi-ulli- :o Miniior, A LOCAL (IMF. CAM. .- .- Mall Iran mnt Norm V(.VA -- 1 kjmt. In " lil i Tile . It 14 a. iiia n" ... I o " Noitl ..... I 6 38 .. rflUt Nnrln " - C M A ' twulll Juitir Irtlm utao i.rry iacnters Him r. i m M l lot II 0llCUHMl 'kll MbilJtl tlwli It iIhjuI 0.Q miliuli'd Imtui ..! 'Sfclm X.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. lrliilpT Itotitrtilnc ItowInnJ at & mi SJ I 7 JO a. m, j- - irlTft 6and 8 M u tOOU NOTICES. plu from A-- liUV JOUr A i; buO'ilt HLllI HclltiOl Hll Kinj; Co.'- - Ma Kiiklird Riciiilly. A, li. I'n.i.y. Tub Srui o! l'onnj & Mt-- lister hi ins iIIhjum), the mro'init are ready tnr ne'He writ'. L nirf at onc- and celtle. Yon may Tli . c your Cinciuiii.i 111- cracker awl onke. V atciikh hp(1 Jcvielry repaired on itior lottre ami warmntxl iiy A. It. 1'enny. A cuMt'l.mi: Iock of jewelry, Uwm II IVnny r.or lor ttiu 'I PERSONAL. Jt'JxiB V. II. attending outirl. l'rrrt'ii, of S Ik ihuhi, i ft Viw llirrnr I'ammn Anniv 1) inn, in I,)iimti1'o. -- Mm. V. W Wit u ii tfiiim; Mir, k ia n U hi ivili . j end sTerl d ty MfttCAiimr McI'Vat. of Wasnim-tcConine, m the c in of Mi" J io K'lclouitu. Mho C.J Haii.i.t ai.d Mr- S 15 Mo-Kob- are ri'itiri(t relative lo lwii.Til'r, C Oi.sTur nixl family htve moved on i n the Frrl home oo tbe Hri'iotiTiile pike. Mm H H, Mykiw l-- tin jnt in for Oram! VTinUa if I 0.0 K. V Mm S P. tTAUo, who ba littn viit-i(run it in lb cjtintry f.ir twj weoke, few tultuwail taint. I) J IS. VI it wt? aw.ke Jt-lic- -j BJt ,ei. Uritf(i, h-- o. httt Mr. Tnnrnaa Hich-- , a 7011th of 18, and Mm Miry Ann McMullui, n tender hud of calve $10 Toerii wai a g( odiy ijumlicr of Hlh 1 tnkfii It ruea1rl Ltve word suckling .tid age I mule- - ofl'jred, but thto 15, were married on the 23 Hi. HAVB in sold brought Ijw prices - riun. REL I5I0US. "omi: people don't know vet thnl J )hn T.10 Rleauier Suite Wright left I'hila-delph- h 11 iln hm p4ahI to run the rlerk'rf ollice. - l'heiehre in Kentucky 1,350 ISiptinl for a Fiorid pirt Hop. II 18S0. An orler rain- - to hi in t n- - wpk lo "rihew .(1K- churLhes, valued at $3,000,000. Sue never reached her destination and svj for a certain rotiplp. Fid. J. (1. Livingston will preach at not hetird of until Wedn-sdawhen a hot 'I iik Ciurt of ApptttU rem-r- d the tie Kingivillo Siturday mgut and Sunday tie CJiituinlng a iiime, dited Sept, 21, unii i'ig next, of ih fjiiicoln Cirotiit Ciurt giviag cin.n 18S0, whs picked up on the beach at - Hlder Hopper, of Ltbanon, willprench llcikriiiin OihltT $1 ,S00 ilimic(.' nain-- t DjrnstMlilM, M , The 'ated that at Jiincliou City Christian church Satur Ihe l the L. As N. was then 50 miles cfl Key West, diy night nnd Sunday and Sunday night with a broken crar.lt pin, and the sei was A HTitONd n'KOHTt- - li'lnk' in ide by Mr, next. Having securd the services of 0. F. KENT, a pracc.il Watchmaker with running huh F. V, Mitflii,olmerl if Diu.ile, to tntb-il- i' Kuler John ll Gibson is viidting hie many years' experience, all work will be done with neatness and dispatch, ' l'ythlii" here, brother lodL'f of Knighi- The new eilver vault of tho treasury de fully insured. Spectacles ard Eye Glnsscs to suit the eye. at May Lick and aska in to ey hup-- d, will b- - iiicc-- 4 which, it - in ! that his pulpit will not bs occupied next parlrrent will be completed early in No'ill vember. It will have a of 150,-0Siiiiday, 000 silver dollars, nnd ihe statement i n F der Cjbb, of Indiana, in hnviug a Mrs KlHKl'ATliICK lie- enough il rptmdy whiri cured her of ronMiinption uio'i eiicct-rfu.oeting at Cirli-l- e, wiin mule that ih.tt there is iTxrnvwrttfngft nod EllaMlitP! Ihsl ii will cure any uki 'juit 25 addltiotir. A ikzo ioinul hundty vtr now seeking storage tu till it Tot vault has been at a cost of $30, If thi- imch of tint diirniie or rcrr fuln nigtit tFeiituckian. true i lie Mj hn n fortune within her Twenty ulditiuus to the churco huv 000, hiiiI ia thoucht to be rjtiitu securi'. beeo ihe remit of Kv S. W, CrulcherV gMp. "Cnarley," said a young wife, "in there at trie 15th unit Jifler reili any such pirecin at he fjolkillei?' 'I'll fl lie- dram "U. d r C oild" IK nid priitractcd H- 1 'O 1, 1 guers not; I duu'i kmiA-,to b of tori.lin. iiiM( fruiu tir- -t lo Net. sou Chris'.; An chnroh, Liuisville. said C iar-le5 Ihe irtctiou of temporary buiidlrg, The l'4e C)inMy will produce wiio w is reilin.' the uioruin; paper (W e H at Walton' Opiri II tuicil to say t nest Woilno--da- y 0.1 able of eeaiing 5,(00 erno!is, hat bean "Well, Charier, all I night Y'll rtould hm it by nil agreed iiin for the Moody meeting- - in plet-- c don'i go out after dark any mote till i Liuisvilli. Ii will be tn the corner of 1th you fi.id ut." menri- and Broadway and he ready by Jmiury 1. ? Sj far aa as the gabble about Mr. Car Mlt. A. M. I'n.KNU lirotighl hi- - butler Brothtr Birnean prechin the eweet be lule stiiu tile rest in Ojrgrtesie coiicennd half to town tn "in bit eot story of Jems' Ijv to the 1'ulucth inner-la f w -- Hit C lasia - ! U tiay !io irrtlcvantiy reirinrkd that Mr eo inieritrd or rulwl m lht his litter on our he mikes pi,-P. CD bo forgot har it uignt aPvl wotit si f tr an special appetl for his friends to Culi Ie ''An do without Copgrets much bet-- t 5 5 Ksv Di-j- i' Csr-liL L r t! au Ciiigre"C nd'Wiroii' Mr. hf trw he 'o'ind on ihit h Geo. W D'inhp, w 10 will lie iiAu led li r ctli lo 'g r." .'' -- Prof. W. I). McClintock, ptelor o the Thk ooutrurtor fjr the npxiH .i tb el. Wi;.i. A IIaii, fii ne-- r, S ft m Chri-tli- n Mr J Cjiitchof this pUct), uSeiml l.; boy at nis nutl'e. MIikt, rf Ln'irillii, h O ? 5 on lael Suadni. completed it week nhetd of contraet time He has been AH 2. H y He elected K'gi-lr- a and leMrnwd 'o lh eilv yeMierday of tho Chantuoqtu V v uhii:ti-hii:t- s m and th ca I ciwe ia etioh ft way ut it - ii b ror i i filled full cf Z I N K. T Vlnnr, will remain to that ha fell a- - could ii'i daeline lt dho". Climax. pj eme nldi'i n ! uiich'nery In it. E Ur V. C Nswla id, u.10 he ben ftei Mtr-- . Thh pltaln; Hull it a A I' i uliii Ihtl ih'i IfoK't and ittrc 7Jo'ji f 15 Ftrtu- - P.tiU, W. li. Higgiim and A, (J. r tm is uivderiHur ol lUn T.ile'n Crwk in Ithittontille wa I'rwlee'inarmn Iliptiete, P2 1 Sine, hit into inrineru'p aud a (a iiaiiT Uettiiet. uear jlaiu. rber ia Wednesday to mail l ho winule,wh ch (lardeu aoJ Siatile. It It a Tory tulinble plat j to h- will pit up the mtohiBary at tat- - in ti: here I he always hat prin I ,t thti fH :e. Ttie run a ln.aH atuie Cull on or 11. lrtt efr. n t .i.s. old ciatinery b ulUiug near tiwn. Th firm li-HuitoQtilie.Ky t iueting wa-Kok S,irlug, Jickson !', It l iC)oip-Mwol live, werfo ic and Ixs nt Hius'i county, mi.! the next iuy-In- c wen and the mill will lo iVl tir lilioh rtO)ry ertrn'J ftroH- - lllOp.in.l, 30 7o;13 h"ad 0' good 100 p mad cntU $359; 33 iiead of ','od 2 yeir olds $31 50; S heid of 1 PLEASE OBSISRITE M'JROBERTS & STAGG, THAT & e" y, 1 is-.- me-'iaij- ve-ne- wmmi &&m381Smi8!2 I Watch.es, Clocks, Jeivelry and Silverware, K-- - 00 ul -- 1 con-lruci- to P B - t s m " 11 'H-- 1 C 9p o w 1 -- ly e .11- fi-- e 11 an-w- er -'e 1 6 rfr 1 iiiae-tuili- id Uni-verii- Hir, ir' i O W r l'.itn-nion- i : d tul I w ! at msiior. IIOKIIIDLK. hi town UuUfilBK Anet i'.HIgli, who llfiM ill Mil. V V. HorPRii, an old lypa of the Highland netghltorbooJ, met with n lliU tfll.. oji cow , ihr (lorftoiM horn'iU eccident MondtT. lie wi cutting 'ikk-1-, -btr to -- re tj't ti(iplru of i' wood when a t i c ' llw up ami knocked hie rifht e;e rmll nil, it falling to the Mk. ami Mas John IIltiianak. of ground in the dtri. An attempt wa- - made Crab Orctiar.l, Add Mr. ami Mm. Jjhn A to ret it hick but In gnl had cut it to HnhUuiui, o! Li to make it tay in wro in luwn ' much that all terdiy. place were withcu'. arail. The poor fellow xiiflird excrutiatmg agonf hut ie Mias Lauka Li.NbEMir.iuii.ii, of i od a rifit to retatur, Mm. (I. iloiiu' toiertbly well. hr 15 Coojier, and on indirldutl at lent ie This -ue efthe l.vrrninu Mtrd7 nl iu( ni n. pnrvt t'fk, in The a R a'soiittiun embracus fjtir uoiintiet and memheri'b'p of ab jut 300. .AH J STUCK Arlii :hO Good m La-le- y. cc 'e, i vj mhr, Isi PUBLIC SALE & STORE u!.lu aui 11 11 E3aaSgg35g53giiiiB7SSB O'SSSS MILL I will sella! PROPERTY on t IPlfyjWItoWLWaWTIMIsTaWMrl r 3 for rout 0 mi - 'tjlu bati ford. Ctli on L. M O. II. I'itterson bought 20 ui'ile colts Spectator at -- A. M. Feland sold to It. B. A E I'. Woods 10 ehort yearlings at 3 cents. Adums h Bo. ling bought of Tnomas WcoJ 100 sheep at $2.75 per bead. Foil SALr. -- 3S tine yearl-nmule", 21 Joiiiinal m itie '" loo of them mtrta W. M. Lackey, Stanford. la- -t be printed on the the th w it. W. IIccKri; and wir, of Khomi Attention - called to the sale of valuCampbell Cylinder l'reee. that hae done iik Citjr nied oa tluif, and erryboJy who euch gjod rrr ce It will bj taken down able mill and s'.jre properly at Grayil Lai nut her ii cturuiad with the beauty aud "hipped lo IvJllur John A. Hill, Switch. anil arrmii'ifhoitni of Mr- C C Citiins sold 250 barieis ufcorn in icier of tiejrgvlown, to make ruooi for a larger Vk are ulad lo notp that Mr- - John D. the field to Frank Bedford at $2 30 per and fuller pree of the very lale-- t patern. who hs- - b.en ilowo wilh typhoid Paris W cauid Laye worked on without a barrel. fercr I r the ix Cole IVlUy at her uigthtr'n cange, Imii we I ore fin ml that money ir i the Wincheetir in CIrt, a- - recorerod und Hat nble t) reunchinery in unney inv-- e court It) head uf fteding cattle, weighing veiled in ihe turn to her home near lltn'.oruille. I huh m Itlmr ami lime. It would Ulte 1 OSs pounds, at 3 Mn T. N. Hoi M. F Ar buck!, o! Madison, of the Hirhour a aiLl.tl'n.il, nun about nil thtir time to ville .Vr, wa- - in to re u l'neNy. haflni; run ofl our edition- - now, where - one carf'-iio- f yearling in lies to l(iiu-wseuikii, itnt'M in tne Carter oouie to ianforda- i.li another to look occasionally af.er the parties last hvoK m $1)0 per head We were glt.il to murder triil A. J. Grundy, V. t , sold to Mjs rs that en. ice, will do our tMitirprunhi iu'w-pa- ir enterprise and ing in fire houra each wetk. The whole Lagan, of Boyle county, 30 1 200 pound that it- re iNily brightening. Labinon Stan and steers at $3 10 er piper "ill b prinlwl at rna impre-MD- n Mn H 1'. Whitk did not locito in 50 nr cent fitter than now. Wo ned ihrd B F P. .biiisotisold to -J. C Ci'dsel' Louixfi.lv reputed, but went lo Iniian-oK)- li mon-- y to pay the ne'V pio and would 10 fian feeder at $3 10 par hundred, aver where ho p mii n in ilr thark h evi ne imMi'ed to u to tttle at New Y rk Store. Mr. Ksuben Willianif, once Lxncsster 1215 potioJt Ago Keigiit, NdWS. who mk returned from that city, hjh hoi CllcciT Cobbt -- Tiure wai au acipiilt'tl W. P. Smith and Jefe Litscy lought ha charge of the cilicn department and in neirly everyone trie I I'usidAy. J. W. of variou- - parties this week GO head of 2 had H'ready become (pile an eipcrt Unight Adams for carrying conceited weapjiH, D year old steers, for which they paid 3 cts, of the d tick. A. Ihu?h, trwpatt, Jiitnot and Calloway - Ilarrodsliurg Soyings, fance, bresch of tho peaci; Filibert lUch-ard- u, LOCAL MATTERS. The telncco market is advar.cing ard two taie-- , malicious wounding and good prices are being renlizid. In Louis Ovsrriis direct from llillimnre In bulk un'awful shootiug, wtro each and nil ac ville Wednesday 133 hot sheads were sold y A Co.'e and can at L M. (juittcd by jnrie of their peere. Charles at 5 to 25 ceula per pound. for failure to work the road, wae I vit.L kef p nn hand ice for ale iu euatl HindiJge, The catt'o market is 15 lo 20 cents the oaly man cinv cttd and he was fined George T. Portimn (uanliiiea hwor iu Louisville aud tr.cts run from 1 $10. When a forfeiture was taken on 11; hogs are also lower and sell at 3 to (Jo ree II. 0 J thnnon, the man with the rjlark FithV bail bond a remission of the to 1 10; she-- p are slow at 1 lo 3J . boot-- , or ehwo State's part was produced over the signafancy ign, when you want The Slate College at Lexington his made, ture of Lt Gov. Hindmsn, showing that bought a tract of ISJ acren of land, mile the evil that men do lives afier them. The from the buildings, at $3o0 per aero. It will mock of tine Ciudies A trial of Isaac Gastiueui for murder "as set "Model Oro hi used as on experimental farm. at A. A. Warren' or today. to statistics iu a printed re eery.'' The case o' L. 0 Cirterfor tbe murder port on the subject at Washington, there - for Lau CoAL ia celling here at V2 C3Btol one of the Moire brothers in Ml Ver were 45,000,000 sheep In the United Slatei rel and 1 fur Jellico, which In about tbe non, wai continued iritil next term by the in 1SS7, a decline of 0 000,000 nince 1SS1 Mr. Cirter was preient commonwealth. uiual price f r ihii time of yenr. Ambrose Wilson sold 19 cattle averag a trial, and anxious ing 1,230 pounds, at 3J cents per pound 1 Au'daily in receipt of an elegant lini Wednesday, Jarret Berry was given 10 He alio eold 30 rat ewes at $3.50 per head of ( all and winter millinery, which I invite days in jail and fined 125 for carrying a and a car load of hogs at $i 25 per cwt- ,tbe ladle to call and examine Suwnde concealed pistol. Tho case of Martin for Giorgetowu Times. I5ez'ey. house bieiking wai set for the 5',h diy, James MilUr, of Sunny Side 8lcck csuipetitor Tho damage euil uf Miss Halle Hughe 15AH.EY beat hi SiiKnirK Farm, eold lo a gentleman of Providence, Mr. Moore, just 13 votee for the democratic againit Dr. J. (1. Cirpenter for malpractice R. I,, tho black 2 Tear old mare Ilamletta, nomination fir eherifl, in Ibyle. The now was iet for the 9th day, Njt. 21. Henry record 229, by Bourbon Wilkes, dam by way of taking the yote cemB to hare giyen HrHter for violating the whisky laws in four Forlv two fit 2s0 Ham'ei for $3,000 general case--), wit no in the court hou'e when they pound hogs sold at 1J. -- Paris Kentuck-ia- n were called nnd a forfeiture wan taken on When our new pre-- u arrives from the fao his boad. -- At the BAle of stock on tho Breckintory in Rhode Island next week, we will Owing to the aboenco of his witnesses ridge farm, near Louisville, the best milk have the finest printing outfit in the State Mart SaiUh for the murder of Oj Smith strain, brought from outiddeof Louisville, five presses all bran cows, of the Holi-teiobtained a continuance till tbe next March Of cour-- e the better the facilities tho new $13$ to $150" each, while unregistered Jer term. grnde Jerseys cheaper we can do work and we are going The oft tried cine uf Hill & Alcorn and eeys eold at from $G0 to $100; t3 do it loo at from $35 to $00, and common milk cows Welch A Saulliy against A. M, Poland, for WittTiNO from Clifton, Texas, Mr. M O. n fee, occupied the attention of the court from $20 to $50. George Tarkington fold m fancy year- Cisb, n valued sayii. We read for mot of Wednesday Rnd till late yeslingjick to W. H. Ros, of Missouri, for deal about drouths In different terday Col. Bradley represented the lawof remarkable qual pirtn of the country, but we of West Texan yers and Kibert Hitding tbe defendant, $S00 He is an animal them all put tojelher. We both of whom spoke at length. The jury ities, 15J hands high. A.M. Feland sold can discount & L;nnon,of Montana, a abort did not ha-- e a rain auQlsIent for a good at 1 o'clock returned a verdict for .Vr, Ice- to Mtrkham horn cow with an extra fine calf, for $112.-50- , eeason from Miy, 1SS3, till Aug. 3D, 18S7. land. Another old s and by, the case of Todd and four bull calvoa for $37 50 each. eince which time we have had almost a Advocate. Is needleai to say, after reading vs. Bibb, was called last evening and a jury deluge. It obtained just before adjournment. Winchester, Court Tnere were I the JouBNAli so many years, elnco 1872, I The graud jury is hard at work and we to 1,200 cattle on the market; best feed now. In could not afford to be without it belieye they will do theirduty fully. Al- era sold readily from $350 to $3 GO; 10 head that length cf timo I have not missed more ready they have returned a number of in of 1,307 pound steers at $1010 per head; May It continue than half adczin d dlctments, several of them for murder, feeders brought 35 head of lo have unbounded euccew. h premises, on ic. Thur3duv, Novembor 17th, 18S7, $12.-Colu- -- Ljii-i-Til- lo, dr l.tr i- 1 1 Crnter. Nes The followltiR ilfKrlU J rfal ostate, tiluatrl on the North Itolllrg fork ol Hall Klver, 1. miles from lrail Switch Matlon, on the Knoxrtllp Kranch of the L. A N. 11. K , In Marlon C'ouoty, Ky. Die ImiiroTeuicDts are; A 2U torj Frame (Jrlit and Flourlrg Mill, with Haw Mill attacbe-lt ttram rower, doing a gocil anj In rooJ runnlriK older. A Lew Frame fptt. A t atory Frame .Store bulldln;, 25x10 Uwclllng, tlx rooini. hall up stairs and dowo; two atalrwajrs, gooJ ctstrrn at tbe door. Two Tenement Housn, a Rood Frame Il'rn, with (tabling for 6 bead ol bones; Coin Crib lor 500 barrels of Corn, and other buildings not here mentioned, together villi t Acres ol Laud, luoie or lets The alioe property it worthy the attention of buyers, as I am determined to tell, go high or low, that demand my tin at hare luteresla In Kalis inntlate attention. For further particulars, call on tbe owner, who will be lound al home on F and Saturday of each week, or addre-- i Ml Mils rt' Ml" 11.11, 1 .1, Ky. , but-lne1 MLHCtlAM' TAILOR. -- I hare ricelTed and still recelting - ISfew Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising tbe bust In the market, which wli l.e Qottort Up In 8tylo and Mako Sooond to Nona ia City or Ohc 9Ie ii Trial. Country bt Aion Stock of Merchandise at Private Sale 1 eht, --- lo e Will Invoice between S5.0UO and SO fiOu: or wlls tepirate the stock to e til t purchaser Condition made known ou day ol aatc Sale will loiumence WEARER & MENEFEE 3 SiBLffiiliiLliinB' lrn - i- i; i)tsipjtr alloclock. J C lLkliaoOK, It. AlK'tlOlHOr llratel Switch. .. IIOt'l'T, Kv. iJu-.U- j pro-pec- ct. Adimii&iMl chard, "a the razor's I 54nlc d, I (r As A-- I iiluittratur nl i! will sell on llmpremiire linusitr j ik , oa V I Klij;, dec unlet north u! Crab Ur. TUESDAY, NOVEoIBBRS, Tho FolbHn; Property: S3 bend 1887, -- extra rooI fiidlDg cattle. 2 milch cons, I elites, rxlra ItooI nmrei in loal by walker's MeaMiier Chief, 1 (uckilm; colts; A 2 year-olcolts by Mnmbrlno King; l'palr work mulct; 20 jattenlDR heRt: lot of aova aud plR3;80) bushels of corn; 0 bushels (helled oats; 5 stacks of hay, 10O shocks of fodder, waun, buggy, fsrmlng utensils, Ac d La-le- -- Tho Farm of Throo Ilundrod Aores With a No 1 Pwelltne Houte an I al nscssary ImproTcuenls will be rented lor the year USi. Tkbms: All sura: ol (10 and under, cash In hand. Orer that amount a credit ol six months, with bond well secured, payable In Farmers National Bank, blauford, Kr V, KlXfi, Adair. 275-ld For ILe:o.t. .. Dealer in Pine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Boad Sash-Blind- -- Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our StocK of Ve is larger and more complete thanf everfbe-fore- , hides from the cheapest to the best. All of work guaranteed as represcn'crt. Prices to 8Uit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. J. H.GBEErV, AfiL, HiiNtonvalle, Ky. rnrti jit 1 PUBLIC SALE ov Land, Stock and Crop! I will sell at public auction lo the highest bidder, WEAKEN & MENEFEE. 'r On Friday, Octobor 28th, 1887, - On the prcmls's tha Fttrm of riiree Hundred Acres, miles Known as tbe E. D. l'aanltgton Farm, 1 Irnm I'rah Orchard, on the Stanford & Crab Orcll- farms In Uo aid pike. This onsol the best stock county. Terms, .'jCash; balance tu 1 and a years Also, C woik Mulie, Si Mules 1 year, old, 2 brood Marra. 1 Mule Colt. 1 thoroughbred Bull. 12 milk Hlenrs. ! Ciiwm. IS ".Trnr.otd Steers. 8 Caltee, 01 Sboatu, hows and l'igt, 200 buihels of Data, 'i,ooo bushels of Corn, 1 new 2borse powtr ltosi Cutting tJii,2 Wagout and other Farming Terms tor tbe I'eraonalty made Implements known on day of sale. 27l-t- Route. Queen and Crescent Eailway.) and Toxas Pacific (Cincinnati New Orloans with Ink rest. Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. KKAI) u r. kkad now jr. TltAlJSSBOUTH. No.7. n. d J. II. OWHI.EX. nally No.S. Dally Ex. Bun. I ! iio. fl. r, l. Dally. 111 ritAlNSNimill Kx. sun STATION'S Ml 0 Dally- - Dally. -- iutlv. I.' No i. I No. I. No. a. Dally. 10 Dally. - WALTON'S OPERA bTANFOUD. KY. HOUSE, , jmvoi'MJr.'ww.M 7 Kl u in- h . ... Cincinnati. ... .. r.ivA. . . ...A'r. fit n ...Uonri n in Islington 1125 am' 7 80 pm II .'Op in .... 1 III I III II H .juuvuuu viiy 105pm ,'OlUpm GlOam 315pm uakaaio.... 035 pra. 7 85 a m ' fi 11 It to 3 IS . .o v 7 IU ) ...' I eub-crlb- WALTON BROS. - Proprioto's. 9 30 p li i u . 15 a in SOOpm'L'r 11 12 Bias of Blage, 20x50. Eight complete aetaol Been, ery Beating capacity, Including gallery, rates to good attractions. iO-i- 4 00pui G38pm Chattanooga 'ri Ar'v A'rr ..Atlanta 1115 am iu pm Ltb Hlrmlngham 8 12 a m Tus1oom la a u Boyce Ai'r.. Chattanooga. pm ii r iii pin pin ... uiupiu C a m ossam !.Jiopm uw .i 8 10 a m w ,- - 25am Gii m .l.'re p m J W a tu 3 1 '5ob"p"m 30am 10am i " 'A V K,ul"ll am sjpJBi'i,aai3nio ijaMiJiBsnw Hk vi'i ii"tr a3p3rjtt;ti vi3 ,rq Xt) uput') f- -j t BU m witnon"", tit o, u.au. lil J ut faV'GXTH in 1,050-poun- llOOpiii 'Voiia'in VrV" .Meridian" "jC'r'e 330a iu 10 SO pm IL'te ..Meridian -- A'rr ...! ayoam, 9 3i am A'rt. New Orleans l.'e 8tWam 5l"0piu ' 4 SO am1 L1 re ....Meridian lOOOpm A'rr 6 35 am Vie -- . t 15 p in A'rv .Jackson 4 Op to ..,'........ ,.. . li 00 am IVie Vltkaburg t M p in I.'ve .Monroo luoiam ... . a no a ni 8 ISnmlArr. Bhr.Teiiort .. .... Mann Uoudoir UitOet flepln; Can on all through trains. H. COLLBUAS, Oen'l Frt. A Pats Agt., JOHN C. (JAUI.T, (ton'l ilanajer 1.. CAltllOLL, Cieu'l eupl. General nfif, 8t Paul Hulldlng. West Tourtb Street, Cincinnati, Of '.".'..'."'." M... ' ''. ttK23riJr I Hi w-- r i i i I t Cleveland and a Little Girl. The Fatal Grape Arbor. Mr C.'cve'Htid I'vioce giest fondness 'or The un liiut et and it waieyer. ni', lu'ii imirning whin he tlitv "looil beneath tl'v Krrpo mbur. It in children. :t MiuitwiiNt reiunkuble Uci that evetilns" alighted fr in Mi crriKe si the MiiiLesot" and euceeti nut nr'e arbor met' tint Club HoUfe and was in the act of atcutid-in- g Crue Persian Punishments the steps a llttln girl (even or eluht ehouli! occur with unynrTiuR iiaultne-ousneCruelty seems inborn with the Per years of sge, evidently the child of sime eiau. I hnve seen little children ot "Algernon," nho whimpered, runl a piece working people, puhed her way through both sexes stoning a poor cur to death of chewing Presi-denKUtn turned the whiper into a the crowd and stepped in front of the ' jrou aro herd on schedule and literally hacking u miserable cat muiUm Thu gre.it nun s.opptd for a moimnt and looked down upon the littlo intruder. to pieces just for the fuii of the thing, timf." 'You bel," he murmured in reply. "But But when he saw the pleading expression and without any interference from in the brown eyes of thechild and the little their parents, often even with their nc hark, I heard a looUlep." She hnrked, as nq'ieeted, and suddenly girl murmured out: "Please, sir, I wotiid tive KM'pins hi wrlet, die said in n terrified like to shake hands with the President of The death penalty is usually carri' wLNpei: the I'nited States," the look of austere 'It is father. Flj! K.v!" ed out with a view ot making the cul 'UertruJe, I hnve a bunion and I know, dignity ou the President's face was sudden prit undergo the moat horrible tortures filrv I 'oo well, tint were 1 attempt to llr I ly replaced by a smile of inteusrsl gratifi and affording a grateful eight to the would uiakfl a fir.t'o of it. I mint stand ctlioti 'Certainly, ilnrling," he quickly 3NT3I!"W7-responded, and the tiny hand was loon en callous populace On the ICoop Kapu tny ground." The old mm strode into the grape srbor, cased in hi own, while with Ibe other in Teheran, the Equnro in the heart of ! he smoothed bark the curl from the dimstraight to where Algernon stood. tho city where executions usually said, 'so it it you, young man, pled face and patted the blush- - inged "Ha," he take place, a half score of delinquents is i ' Well, how are you? Glad to m cheek Fifly years from now thai litt'e girl will probably be telling her grambnil are often placed on the raised plat-fui- von. How's your folki?" dreu the inridint of ber meeting with Pres 'They're well," Kiuped Algernon. eui mounted by the pole painted "rnaiV good. Well. I'll lewe you; but ident C eveland. St. Paul (Jlobe. a brilliant scarlet, anil in full sight of Thlit powler nurrr rnrle a. A marvel ol putlt j , take my advice you'll go if mi and nJ v holrwutu ei.)iioinUi tho rabble assembled they have their ''Ktrt,8wel love, doit thou think ot strength ordinary ktn.lvtinand Momnot Ixt pole m're liiely to than the up into the parlor. mo wlien Ihon art not bv mv sn'e?" a'kwl couittton with Hie bin i,:iilevf mi txet fliort lo cut, their hearts toru out, ritf'it your dejth of cold out throats r.tnt wetKUt iiluiu or iiuunpuxte viwleri. Sihlnuly in a Chicago till of ler best fellow in trn-oeand ttosos slit, their tongues csns. their ours lioYAt BlKINil 1'OWDKI ( , rotiud mo Tin young i Ml to tu 106 Wall atrt. New York drama tones, as she gave hfi m-seared, or boil- litm.m 1I wrote f'luuy ktchs for, news pulled irnt, their eyes switch a jrK to kep it fioo falling on I ing pitch poured over their naked pip rs. Merchant rrftelr. neck. bodies to everybody's ureal delecta'fitisxMr Sour I Kvmt .Sues "Not "Wot doe', than doubt nn?" h rep mil 1 IS 13 I'". I I L' A ". tion oxept thf partie directly con- lora.-ha eri- p'd crrtstu nn of Villiiin'ovn' ed tenderly and reproachfully, bt'KCil.ON IKNTl-r- , , wh'l in Cius.nn r.i his l knon dud-cerned. lat fifty cent- - with the wise lnna" KK.ITIlkT. .TAJirjnt', hol for il.nnt- - that with which he held the waIsI of tho Offi-- t toulhilile Mtm. two .1 highways one meets, topp-- d ri a Along the ti !ktc (lemt tl. rhi:T hjw, filled with wtrni witer tn uitiden. stuck in the ground, short, hollow near m plve. it t ti lie itt voy for b "And you long to be with mi?'1 pillars with the upper opening closed io; there n fan I. an thei c luiuienc ''I wUh I ciuld oUp yon alwiy in m sdoo Kich of these con- e with gypsum. in )me cric"ier Tnn done arm " - uicor lo Wallm A l' 'hrsn, 1 1 t W ill iiStvity.s liiiyo on hum! n luru ol l'nriil-lur- e anil tains a man a condemned criminal he reinforced the cMCer with pep;wr and "Clap me, dear lovi?" 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., and I'ndcrtaKrr'is (JoihIm. ,tt prices m III Im a- - low hi miicIi "Ay, my jb1' own " Faint groans may saoct- - kikI begio h uii' Krertbilr walled up alive. KoihIh ciiii br Imnglil In llu rllicrs. im mt a rlnl and 3011 , THE GENTS' FURNISHER Mill lie roiivinct-- llial I m!l loxtcr lliati tho "Then your wish ohall ba Eritifiiil, in for this lookeii on in auitzid sileno. After lading often be heard by passera-byI few hwiIIjw th dti le remirkei to bi' darling. saw the lortlie't diamond AM) WV.'S I.s t'OIl tiii: mode of death is slow and very pain-ml- ; a "Wei1, IM b- - d d if br.'ce'et n irc Ynictncla'p ' but nobody thinks it worth his thi- ia Ml'XDICY. 11 th ioiiM-- 't .oup I ever iw" It K;bert wano Ir.nier thrre- .- Minnt-while to Hheralo the poor wretch or Trie li itel ilulu'l etvj'l mom thin ten min- - ,)iirt J jurial to terminate his sufferings by a m2rci-fu- l Vi It diupptitreii. an i tninrt by th G. A. BENEDICT & CO., The deleat of President Clerrland Uit they say. "Such ssm', wind-'e- d much it tho cclnne that blow "Kismet!" ""- -t " rr r MIMOKI), KK.Nft tK. in to the ottiie he now holds hae onlv demilhhed one limine nut of hun- Cosmopolitan. is fate." eniir-l- y beyond the rane o Well Drillers and Putnp Adjuster!. been rem ivcd drels You ctn find ou'. hv irq'iiring a probibilitv. Day by day heslrengiheo in the A Sample of Turkish Justice. - W.lliuuHtiw i Cmrier hill wioit 'Vi. confidence of the people. Ilia stering bone virWelli Hrl;let to n I r ami fuinpe fiirmlihea You have often read wondrous and Il-- t ( at luctdry prlrei. Bit.t.cts That Hir and Mis. The ty; his indexible determination indiliu the lying tales of ji'tice administered o'len rtH i what pr ip ir right; his surpiising ability, aud store ul', with unerring pigment in Turkey. q'lejtion i.ui'issi'iu.r.OKh, xnd undenit D t'.ii-- . rxo no jil ttf hostile trmies, his uiiiuipsAL'iable iioo Hero is a true story ot Turkish jus- wilt hit tr.tr mirk and kill. D tli nilt as ble all oonpire in bringing tice: A drover complained to a cross-legge- d it h to ole it exic'l'.'jme ippnximni in him ohm lo the hearts of the peojli II 1IIUI310M) KhTtUl. magnate at Rodosto that he miy h arrived at from the number o' bill three year' adminislrHtiou of the llirs of the nsti n suiiJs out without blunder ur Photographs in all styles and sizos. - hie a: 2)000,000 wer had been robbed of two oxen. Three bleujiin. His re nimini'.ion only nead' Turkish gendarmes were sent to re fired by the Grnj m in th wtr of W0 71 Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and and the fnrmil action of a delegated conventirJP.r-u&k'jMtb- L The French arm Ion, in ihi Water Cojors. cover tho property, and soon discov-e- d y.v - . His re election is no lem ure to I A wounded, abjut 110 0DJ uijii, Aseorlin: to tion K Nc dein la Kriitst !ff Miiitit vry low two peasants going off with two this, only one bullet low -- Frankfort Cipital. ot 143 fir-hi' its (Ml-lout Prlcfi. M : oxen. One of the men was shot dead. man and nisuming that on an avenge one .'. rN, A ui m at Pri;ue, 15) leuilt, nn.illnwed i Kr- - .K7-iwi.-iil- H The other escaptd, and the policeman mm out of seven h't wh attiuily k l'e I, it gmill witch with a ctain aiiiched, which a Newport News A-- 3ttUslppl Valley Co. hastily buried their man and came wjuldceem tht only oie r tl bill in SjS jOKer had ulippeJ in o i glm of ber while But proyed fital. If it ij flintier C3nidered tbemiu's bict wa turned. The metal, back in triumph with two oxen. tht the gun of the ar iilr? are inclu led dissolved by the acid' of the stomach, hes & OHIO ! the man said those oxen had not been in tT It .irr V Jt JT If T I T the above ejlimMe, it iuhv ba afelv slid poioned ih organ and keeps it in an it was plain that stolen from him, and it rill i ball in a thousand thit not oer one siHte of fever, making him unable tho peasant had been shot for driving fired proved to ba fitil. Boston Deacon I'lillmiui Curs and .Solid TraiiiN to retain food. Toe man his been dUuiis The situation was his own cattle. incurable, TutY All Knew It happeced in Sin el from the Manich hospital uiicomfortable, but Turkish diplobefore yeslerday, The nib- - and now lies in a hospital at Prague, kept day school day Another man ject of Iranian greatness was touched upon alivobyfool artificially injected, waiting To Washington, Rlohraond und macy fixed things. Old Point Comfort was found to swear he had been rob- and the teacher aptly by refer-esc- e to ate whether the witch will all dissolve SANITAIIY'' to the President, to his responsibilities or ho will die first bed of the two oxen, and they were iq (he coverninent of this great n.ttion, to There ate now cibles on aituoit every turned over to him, which relieved To Louisvillo and Cincinnati. Scotch Wool in which he is universally held. set and ocean b.d, thu total length of wire the gendarmes from guilt. They did the esteem ConncttioDi llre t fur all !lnt In the Then A e wanted to make tho application. laid being neuly 1 nautical miles Underwear ! not go unpunished, however, for they "Now, children, great :ii the President i, There are nine cables connecting Euro pi West,Nortu.West vSouth-We- st had buried the dead peasant without nie and all that, much &a he is loved and with Auierici, the first that was Ind diting first washiug the body, which in Tur- honored, there is one we should love and from ISoS So great, alsj, ha the advance No. I ' Dally :. 1.1 irricTSHrTSO, A SPECIFIC FOR Hull;. .Ex. eua. key is a crime except in case of a sol- honor far above President iCIeveUnd. been in the operative a"pct of cablo teltv I Do Yuu know who that ii?'' She piUfeJ raphy that practically no enre difiisulty in dier killed in battle. For that negli"JO pji 6 SO a in Lo Iu felt in repairing submarine lines trim in at I,re I)iiliTlite , II fiO Le- eo'etunly for an answer and she got it II M Air Ilnlo'i gence they were imprisoned. -concert, instantaneously, every little boy tending to defects in those in land. It is " White pulplrir Mprluca U 00 D'ti S 19fa w SVCU X9- " CliarlotliTlllt-iJuinl) 5 10 pwll 10 i L'.Mir.unr.ut. vant Herald. and gir : "Mn ClertUnd."-rXa9,tvi- lle 9 II p " KlchmoiiJ 1,1 " seldom any serious deraugemsnt of the tele f4 uppreasf il I rrruular fl 35 p iu " Newport Newn Pnlnfiil Camphor is the product of a tiej. American. ' 01.1 J'olDI tViiiifjri 7 09 p m graphic system takes place. Whin it doe 7 10 p in " Norfolk Indeed, several sorts of tree yield camPassenger "Porter, your insoiei.ee and it is of ompiritively brief dunlion. -- ' WMhlmluu or 9 0 p in 8 SS p iu l.l-- t. cuiiil II M pm II 25 pin Baltlinorn phor, the best known of the camphor in mention to your dutim aic ineullerable. Public Opinion .1 00 a ONTHLY SICKNESS. " l'hiUlelpbli il in lllio.l Mala 20 a m, 6 20 a 11. " Now York ,u trees sometimes grows !300 feet high Periirps you don't know ui3 " Porter Travelers rep7rl the discovery of a race If talc, rt d,ir rig (lie CIlANfin OP I in: grfit KK.NIl'i'KY. I.Ol'IiVll.Mi an I .linp r !1 Ix- - arnldctl t trtttA tvt I"lwicn No. illly exefpt and 120 feet in circumference. It is "Oj, yes, I knaws yo' ei ; yo's de pre'ideut of pigmies iu Africi. Tnoy inhabit the Norfolk 1.anil Whlto Hulpliur. Tim traluOM I'ulnt e hook to WonxN," uulll fri-- i nrrlrinu obderojd An' now let mi d'tu:t yo'r country lying on the south branch of the at White Hiillihur on bntunliy laj oicr until lliuuriELD UtouLiTon Cu.,.Miinu, Oa. a nativeof China, Formosa and Japan. M Bun.Ujr nljht 10:10 'tention to de fact dat I'd a memCongo and ara said lo be brave ami more Tne leaves are forever green, its flow- ber ob da ayndictte w'jt's prominent No. 2, Jally sxrit riunJsy. Tim train leering neoshatin' wif a than a mitch for the uuuts who inhabit LouUTllleaml Cluilniutt on h.iturdiy rutin (.nly Kurge, arrlrlng lliero HumUy at and its fruit not view 1 lakin'.i mi'giaon de ers are a yellow-white- , lo a. rod; an' I'b the country in their immediate neighbir-ho- ol tl. Cllflon A 11 anil Inilnrf mrr until Monday at A much unlike a half ripe black currant. not pluised wid da toneyo' ses fit to 'siime Nos. 3 anl ! run ilally rxrppttliat they do not The reil pigmiei reach a statute of runhotwien Itlchiuond and Old Point ou Hundjy Every part of the tree, but especially to me -'- deal I mq'i." Pmanger "I bsg about four feet, while tho female are much No. D livi lllrhiaond dally nriit unday. Ituna Iwtvron Cllltou lo run and Aihlaid. (Jm. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho flowers, smells strongly ot cam- your parJop, my dear sir. Hve a good hunters aad iicctnat AihlauU tor Culuiul.iii dally ncejt Fun-dasmaller. Tne uwi ate Vtid the .111 mil f t; t MUuwsiDrs. cv trappers and nnnsge to support their fiui phor, which is extracted from the No. O, dally frc in Aih'and lo Clifton ririr.o Dally except suDd.iy fro'j tbarlutmille to O.d A Gemuniown pttron ot ibe line tells lies in considerable luxury stem and branches by distillation. In Point. rtttvi Wan - iluuwu Weekly Pullman Mrepinx ar in all llirhtiich Borneo there is n camphor tree which, mja fair onenbaut bis little boy. They Every mn knows that any Old Doinliiton hlmmihlps latc Norfolktiatm. SfJI) rVlHinU.ins it- on lion-dait. Jong desired feuding him to .Sunday-eCiooTueiday. Widniil iy. ThuridAy and fc'atur-daaverage rale of taxation upon imported it. r ttMfcMMH.Ci.i . upon being cut down and split, is have ! p u forNrKVotk iiu mi. One year for oiily at but postponed the event until they goods which would enable the government more tiinn t ho prlifoi For Tickets, Hales, luljriuatloa, etc., apply at found to contain small 'juantities of camthought he was large enough to under to realiza the amouul of revenue it would Tloket fitlitc or address v ri!i.i,i:it. 11 w. v. wi uiu.ti, phor in natural cavities of the woud. alen I the teachings there. When they lly peyliiK tii n you will roo.lt lur 011 ywi 2d V.ce Prwlilent, Cieo'l Pain'r Ait. be compelled to raise from that source rio,f . '. (itIUM'ttt UUbiiiond, V.i thi !l lth tlm l.oulaTllle, Ky. your liome pnx--r This is highly prized by the ( hinese, ent the little shaver the teacher ask would more than compensate for the difler 3 H. I i . reprencnuillTe newapApernf tlio Siulh, il'iuoi-fat-IIt. and far a larl It for ri'iiue only, and ttio Inil. 4 . I.- - 111. .1 I., who are willing to pay fifty times as ed: ''Winnie, do you know who the dear ence between the coat tf labor here and in alilivst Imnlly wpekly In ilio I'tiitisi Iirlnhtoit and Dlt. V. B. PENNY, jr " MiupW HUili'l. Tli'-- 0 who dpatrr In e( inline li?'' ".No, ma'am; we've just moved other manufacturing countries.-Speak- er much ns they pay for the ordinary IlKN'IIsr. copy of lliu 'Mill iloat at Una olbr to Oermintown an' we hain't got very well Carlisle t milcy ICon Attinionl. kind. This expensive camphor they acquiinted yet," wai the startling reply. the fPfailidelphia principally use for embalming not Hitter-inAltogether the prospects are .. Mi News. 1.11. dead. Besides yielding this valuable With the. trades unioes lighting Ihe The counsel for the anarchists holds out order, the organizttion split into factions, is greatingredient, the camphor tree no hope from the Supreme Court, und the arrayed agaiiul eicli other, ami tho politicly valued for the excellent quality of cindeiuned wretches tiaya about concluded al leaven beginning 10 wirk to the eiuficr, ' louisviiic HtwAiBtny J Chicago Ri i its light anil durable wood, which is to hang Spies has the com'orting Hsaur-anc- e y ou the the Knights of fnbir, if not used uot only in building, but for vafrum Nina Van Ziudt that she will brink of dissolution, are not far from il. meet turn on the Stygian shore, that they Post. rious articles of furniture. OtCie on LauCMtMr ttroet, . ext door to iNru A kiok JousNACottirn. orhto liourt from S to 12 may be ferried across together. This will Cjui mission M.and 1 too p. 14. Anotbetlct Administered whM LKAVI.1II 110111 The Interstate Commerce If you have a horse that h iu the form a romantically beautiful feature to an IC4-- 1 yr.l CfKWiiinrv habit of kicking, put him in a narrow other wirt very dolorous but practical may not be worth much in settling railroad EiOVISVILt.i: A CI.VCIW tins developed into a good BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. stall that has both sides thickly pad- event and here's hoping Nina may not questions, but it lU'ly, HMiin. 10 Iratelfri scheme for reducing the surplus It has Tills illntrnziiio norirnv a.ha.l Suspend a sack filled with hay fi cker at the latt moment. - Louliville ded. cl,n ll,.UB,t n,,d l,fo fo,,, spent its $100,000 appropriation and is not PoU. "c"" to iinnnT Offen-bor- o or all aw so that it will strike his heels, itluc-CiIraNhalf through its year's work ltoulc.,, RAPID SEBV Mrs. John Jacob Astor pays her chiel Jcrjiirer. -and let the horse and sack fight it out. iiny family cook $ 7,000 ptr annum and then has to con Bhorteat and Quickest Bonto from O01 Be sure to have things arranged so en-- t A poet sent ho editor a contribution PRICE 2Bc. OR S3 A YEAR BY tent herself with eating plainest kind Ever attemiUtd hot noun tin- urf.it (oiiiiu.'iiial t't- tral Kentuoky to nil Points North, MAIL that the horse cannot hurt himself. of fare, She is troubled the dyspepsia in tied: "Why do I HvtV" The editor anloaon tlioOhl. ItlTr and ( icilf'i, litme Sample East, West and Southwest, with Copy c cumnt number mailed upon ho Ilia lailMt tluio and moit ciuilorlalilo train re. The tack will be victorious every wornt fjrci. Fait Line Between ctlpt oiS c't,. tacA numbers, 15 cts. tnciii all iKilnls in the ,Vllfi, or to tho HVf swered: "Because you seot your contribuud A'orri irMf. Die tount-panftblt tram in IiEXIXGTOX di CINCINNATI and in the end the hore will time, I'k'iiiIiiiu Mtl Mllll tions by mail imleaJ of bringing tbeui on all trunk lliu It duuoiiilnatnl Tin' l.iuHt-ct- t Addteit ' r Eagle. I'.riircHS. TliotupiTO tulllrmutk wm absolutely refuse to kick the sack or ' Waiter," he said, in quite a loud lone person kItus pitrom t'lllluilti'd Comfort. 8. T. BUSH & 0011, Publishers, 0! voice, "have you got any champagne en Througli tlckota and baggano checked to a: "Atall Coupou 'llckei OUicm iu thu au'itli anything else. you will liud our tlino talilot and tlckota. ray .MA rich gold mine is reported as having deitlmllonrenched by railroad. ice?" "Yes, sir." "Well, bring me a boi:0 .V Ul'i Pearl St..7""- V. K. For lull ptrtluilarn, (all oa toy agent of tin otion, lli't .'ojioii and tuck to Jlmiim, If been discovered about 10 miles north of company, or you waiit to kJTu money Bud huo a pleaMiil juur-noThe art of paper unking hn.i reached a ttleof betr," whispered the young mau H F. 6. MOUSE, I). A.KEELEV, E.O.MfCOltMIC'K. Grand Marias, Minn , the nuggiti taken Utn.l'HM. Aeiit, r Dint where a tree in y be cut down, made Trar. l'aw. Asout, Gt'Ueial IVa.riiKer Agent. C&uajo CoTlmjton, Ky. - Jimes P. Murray has been appointed from which indicate a fie'd of unusual H. E. HUNTiNOTON' Ilccelrer,Lexington, ii . City Ticket Af nil and Oltlcrri.: turned out as it uespiper into paper and Uy. E. A. Hi'tKNfcK, '.''2T Oh Ait.. lxullilt (.eneral oitltei, CoTlngton,Ky. postmisler atSteubenville, Wayne county. r chrees and value. IVJ Vine tl , llntiiiiaii. o I. M. liiHUKM-K- , 30 hours. in Jfkc interim SUiurnal Wall Paper, Furniture, t. Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Fulljand Oomploto Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, FURNITURE STORE Absolutely Pure. i (J-r'- nt m-u- -- I- I'-.-M o wt-l- , .. 1 1 WOOD WALLACE, 1 M-le- d linil. nmi-'il.o- y. - I.l)l.lAlOLIN WATERS & MVI jj U- - n 1 lJIOTOGUAlHKH, mmm 4 Jv c Sm r&w x-'.- dii y ' ':vt,i ujf" YrMmgW kM 1 CHESAPEAKE -- Pmsm in-ca- nt EAST MDFIELD'S illu-r.rate- WEST eesULATUU ). PLATT'S "English sling" WmaniHiseases -- 111 li 11 Hti ri lrlii' V " sffi-rlri- 1 Grniti Domlritiiiflioii MTiSiRN Hf'TK'L na v. C Courier Journal im , f-i.- . y, l, y Courier-Journa- l, c Snir ff' ' Courler-Jouriulc.- g. 11 ulr-ad- NEW FAST MAIL m itj LflJ. H Tiir CEIf ." I c"- - d rt i :.'rr fifji'-r- : iraes vrtr-r- v ninr.-nr-inii- i'j 1111 rmrnir -ri iimnwimin yaix.in Wlin.r... ,