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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887110801 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi mttkis Ittteftot VOL. XVI. JtixiK .Iaiusos, .$&)' 4' 14 I ftCM NO. 279. L'ncle Joa ma Doram, who Used to figure in 'hi col i inn, ia said to be a ruing citifo of a ri "e town in Kansas. The Page Dramatic Company, which played ihe m niucent('') new drama "Under a Cloud," i the Oners Houae Friday night, waa rather a "ratty" concern. The play and the acting were awful. Jim Lum and Al Jordon, two colored boy who aey reiy cm Martin Wilkerson, aIbo colored, m the 24th of Octobpr, near Faulkner's St lion, were arrested at night. They arrived here Thursday ni;ht in charge nf John Sandifer, special depu v ohenrT, and were committed to jail, Mra. A nanda HUkpman and daughter will shortly go to Missouri to remain a vear or more. Mr. D E. Bryant leaves on Welne-da'or Npw York, whence he will sail atuid ,v or Pari", France, to study it Mr W. B. Moore, Ute candi-dat- p ctnre for thn democratic nomination for her!fT, haa niirc'iaaeil a livery stablo in Kansas Oily. Monti-clloTtieda- T or-ch- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1887. - 4 J J Sheimki- Nr.wi.AHD fuinichii kv "per PERSONAL. of Louisville, don't onli" in inothBr collmn. Hut thi i ono In sentencing Philip words. tninii Mil. Jaupj II (!iia ii. nf Broil- of III. cifPi wliitrH il ii nut plftiBitit to hhh HUne, who ravished a Utile Blrl. lolh"he,.l,wMh wlr.LT. (inu'rf hiine in print. peniienti try fir life, lie eM: "I ' ' bad !' -- Mil. (). II, Vmir.K, nf Somerset, w you to death Instead poer wood KrtiioH I'KHTOSi ilc'iriiu to Hii'ncnhi to Hny detf In nee nftiT thf Hiihhli n nil air oJiitTiciict), I never listened to v Mil. J. V. Al'OitN wnt up to Kiel, puhliuition whatever in nnnjiitiotioii with cue hi) horribly revolting. I'ne, jury in Hie nitiiid yt"trdiy nn r thii inper cm i.ie from AO Runt, to jl.")l) tiiHinn. nop acted cowards and I nui astonished UO Wll.I.IAMrt of .Mi. Vfinon, wh hy doiiu' po llironiih U'. that they did not tit your punishment t down on letfil huiiiifii 'HVt-ri- l divi. LiuKVflK to wed uaued to Frmil: aliMl'i Imprisonment for life Ik not a meet Mil AND MlM. J. H HlllK'K llUVt) inI)laney, 10, a widower, and Mra. Ruah punishment for n outrun upon on tikeu roouiH Ht tlif I'ortiunn lloii'e. Jane Turner, a whlow of .W The ceraino nocent oliilil, mid oriliniry aeuurlly to soMil. MlMIH ('(IKKf.Y. ol Kf n ie( i up ny will tike dare rely deuivuU your being "hut up where on n vifit to hi hrottixr, A ( Collwy. you (Mil ilo mi liirui " -- JoK Ju.vkh, who imi K of i -- Maara Ihri.l L Mi.n and Will i"iok, heeii Tut: eleotlutia tint occur in New York, Iih uone to liii home in Ml, hierlim: to tf- - (Sivena weri here yeteri.ay tryiiiL' to work up a Kniishta of l'thiaa lodfe here and Virginia mill Onio to day are watched with CIlptTAIf Mil. AMI Mil". Wll.UAM KoVtTON, of met wilh much euocea. They lifloni; to hy hotlt parties I he chances lunch Interest yiiitinc Ciit mid Mr' the loilc at Htliville mid are fury eulhuai lor democratic success me "ining in lh two (lirmril, hnvii U II. featurea of heiielila i liiund to her Utile aatioover ita varinil former,' hut the litter It ia aliu'xi certain 1n and other idyan'auea. Mxmih H K (Ikntiiv, (Jmri-- f will if Riiire reeled Mol, KarnNrr, and I Mm governor. In Virginia Him legislature Aliler nd Jon I'.iriunn hive 4vnv, to (hat a lxli(e will ha toa'eil here. to lT. Uicoy to hunt for hinln. lit he eleeled hl chouse it snoees-u- r TilKKK wiaauuion iiieeuni; at the Hi K. M. I) llt'tiltK- -, fditor, mill It Klddleberger irl MaMme i do S. Senator Cnurnh Hiinday riiht rodahun; iiMiMnr of the LincMtfr in Iliuhf. inj Ilia In elect one lavoralile. to himintereat of leuiieranne and after the r Sunday. wf re self, though well Infnriuwl democrats ay .Vin ajier;hea by the clergymen the (). Jackdv, ol L'indon tiutneroua us Joii.v I.el lie will fill by n it roil women paMt thrniiith the audience and piKKfil up to It'chi'iond yentfrilny, where priy ihit he will, obtained n lame number of aiuuaturfi re he went to ll i droTM ol Oillle 1iL'leVll.l.K was Ihe cene ol n terrible iueatiuu' thecountv judge not to grant any Mk V K 'I'Hiniu.r. Iihh rflnrned from more whxky licenaea in the county. The traced y Friday. An p animation nf the nf JfK4uiine nnil Womlfonl k I'mivmM claim la made that the two rirenl ahootinir nosed house of (Jhttlr Bruwntield disclo cotlniifK iu the intereM of th Hedije Kfiice were entirely due tu the pieaencn of bir hanging by the nick .ml ed Ids diinl body Couipany room', (hf UmJio ! hi wilf, child mid brother in Mil. W It Niciiom. of lhn! Dnntillf law, W F. limner, wiili their lifinl nearly I'iiat elick citizen, Uli.eyed Charley, 'Irilmur, wc hfff YfmfiiUy in the lnteret evwd. A note mm (uilnd signed hy nf uii piper. He tflu iii ihnt hf ha re- ia ahoui lo go fre again a he itn to flrowiirtrld, in whirli hi- - slated that he had know hnw to work hia victim" aa well after of Ciah cently fnunKfd Ml. It. I,. Wnile we have no become llrni of It e lliroiiith gambling and aa before hia arreat. In tit editnriilly. Orchard, to aympalhy with llenderaon we have alill lliat tin tint nut ml to leave his wife mid IIko Joxki'ii Hai.i.od i not only lea wilh thuae who in their cupidity lo gel flhlld penniless with nn one to lake care of uund preicher hu in tine jinlt ol n end in loaing Tlii! reason given fur killing Brunei aoaiethlnj f.ir nothing Ihriii I'rMif nf tho Utter i ihown in the all they have. Il u generally a cae of Mir ilml hf was ixit tit to live fact thnt hcileppeil ;.p m unlay and and the fellow who geta awin fur tjye opiei of the Intkuioii- - doz eat ilng Tiik rmtroitl oiuiuneiun bud that tlirrf died la about fti ktlilly a ihe felloar who of road in Kentucky anil JollllNAl. are l.WSJ iii i awindlea. mid iii HIMM.I-their value at i.J'i.tC" 7I!J. TTfM& LUCAl Two of our old ciiizmi have auirered The increase in mileage on lat yer i HIJ Koodi ae vere falla in the laai fewjdaya. Mr. Mor de'irible ymlr ieu( all HO KM. Some iiiiIi- -i ud the r tliiAlliMi --i McKinnny aued 7'J, lell out of a wagon, mnl at T It W ion'-- . tiHffi I in; of Ihe aseHiiita have 1'nf K'nu'illf Hrmici i nuii! mine"! At Dillii, l'.iliiii)o inly, Npilon II. hur'ltig himaelf baiily about the heid, and h It VlcCurv, 70, while up in hia Mr iniwl in fl HKl (Kr uillf unit ii i tlif llirilHlt hni" lieell ppoinleil po'llllti'l-l ih" K atrtick at a pigeon, uiiatfd hia C Thf Cin a'ahlelofl KiotituuHil llfmion TlIK Hint frrrnn mi. la the latel newa U imi i'l't OJO lu ftmling and fell U the gruilnd a ima 1J feet oliiHnii S utoern i 1,n-- r TMltllre, VV.lt llaiiaf irtl editor, He waa alao hurl on the head, he below I KM) uimn r mill mid th- - I. .V N ilea receiving nuiuerou oilier online and Mfui rfdue- -l IrumflOtHW to f:A).(H0. A N)y lot ol "Hull I'ou" eaii panla re for j of ad hour. lioih were lay Itrilce . Vlcltub'rta. ceiTeil yealerday That ijreiit uioney devil, doing fairly well at Ia1 account. (JlTrii- - not iMinleul wild bujfliu' l!"ll noun-ly- , M V enHr elocx ol clolhlht!, drr Kooda' newpaper cuiltil from llIK trial of the Umuage 'hit of Mia Imh Uoiilil rxmla mill "hoe-- , hat ami oap, will be anld Helle. Hughe va. Dr J (I. Carpenter, wna the l'ineTllle at and l)elowoi for illiiihye only, on tu devil and will c auap- tided tor half of Friday, owing to the Mutenyrr tu limnnlni: in a 'hurl time. The D m tit of m ikiiut i cifikii in anil he Ou Saturday thn ti Nlenlnl In Mr. Ki lllnea of Hie plainllt! oil Kl nVleneu Itegan to pireeul Ma aiile of the ciae In. iiint ruMNine tiie KiilMtiiitiwii J- VllK ill l nl'l 'U f lit weather atlll and for aix hour llr Cirpenter aa aiilijrc tracer, which tlii Hill ipruel i A lillClal prer.aila hill n etisMiie to rnln wnuld he ted to a rigid cro exauilliallou. Moat ul ucoe. IU will he. I he ealilor ol the new meat aorepUlile. It ia aa ilry na II wa he. yeaterday waa conauuieii in taking expert paper. f.ire the Petuemlier riina and water la ner J Jfiualone, K.)gle, lirown, testimony. 'I UK alleged lllfrtrila' itnailll" ienl to ly aa acirda. Ayrea, lirouaiigh and othera teltf)ing. Toe alier hi ileliyery ill Ontf JiMtioe of John .ndif er, who caae will hardly get lo the jury btfure In TllE ih miirvhi.ii, turn ii in ii ak.nii't Hie lie-- near Maaon'a Hap, horned with it morro afternoon. ONI lu hiyelieeo 4 hannlf"' liHlCern relil Friday uiornim;, ihe fire nriiuat-in- i: hr a uimi in Vahuih;tin for the purN-- f ol rnnienta the county court yeinrday the will of from ihe oo ai.ifa. Lm itiui $SUO; and I) if id Spn.iuamore Jauiua K'lbink urealiat; a enatlou tml helling the alury to lie llaa liefll nrrr'tetl mill no inaiirince. ika lUe e. J A' K were udmitlud to !! 1 Ci. i irt Jit-e- -- -- lel Iiii-in- of nlt I)i, mib-ctihe- il Fon Kai.K. One car load of extr fat mulea, In handa high. J. Alex Doty, I'oint Lfayoll, (l.irrard county. Waller llindy, nf Cynthian, l.aa bought a half inlcreal in Ihe celebrated atal-lioSultan, ill year old, for $11,000. -- W. T. Wet anld to Hinitnoni .it Mm, per barrel, 100 btrrela ol oorn at Ultima in Livtun hiight I car loada of hog at I cut, wlilah they ahipped to Cincinnati on Siturdy. -- Lincaater New. I) C. Terhune bought this week in Lincoln cointy 10 yearling mulea from J S O vley it jS") par hei); 'JO head from C O Oirpriter U SSJ.'i'), and 10 from J. W. 1'iwell ai i.75 per head. Advocate Lew Heitn and othnra have aultl their present crop of tobacco, about Ju.uuo In., ai IS nenia all an in t, Jnait.t)y nur Chand nf Jake Uravea 70,00(1 poundi of Winchester hemp at $5.;W per hundred. Dauiricral. Corn ha fallen to S'J '2ri per Wrel de livered and mill declining. I'otatoe which to ,50 reached 51 a huahel have and 00 cent. New York potatoea are heme delivered here at i'l centa -- Lexing ton l'rea 'iine A Lian Ii night I 00') bmhel of wheat at about 70 cent per huahel. Mar. WiUer iV C.i , of Udirgatown, aold Co., of Detroit, Michigan, to D. Scotten 200 hogaheada of tobacco al 30 per 100 Georgetown Time. pounda The crowd mat attended county c r yeterday was more than an average hu buatnea waa unuallhlly dull. ('apt. BuhIi reporia. 100 head of mixed cattle nn the mirkei; not very many cold. Prirea ranged frnm 24 to 3 cnt for beat. Good many aged mule aold at from $S- to $12"). N i horaeaotlere'l - OAHHtftD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. Lancaster, roller skating rink Lancaster lat night. A waa opened in Ii F. Kobinaon Hold W. A, Beazley a lot ol fat hok at $1.50 per cwt. I am glad to report that we now have If 1 il ' J.i-ep- r i'i riil I (io.Jme i. ni-n- lrl n-- ttiine. rt Ir. W-iii- 0i If neaptprri. -- i r I'm: illile niiri), Silt Kui'trr pleidynl ly of rubbing the i tUolH e linre nl f l 60 TliKher-t- l 'i' Kivetle perlnruieil the op- - and he wa hehl in ?M I hill lo Ihe U S court which meet in LiuhtiI e 10 Feoru . ihe uiurderer ol hl ernmii nir I'iIiK ne he will remain in in liw, Kmi ar. Pridiy, in a uioi ary. In t'la hrolher there artiatio uianner the yicum dyllljj allilD- -i Ihe X In t if tau 10 yeir wiiti ut t iri,'ti A nuiku naui.d John VV'ilkeraon got Liiuu'-Ji- , ax Iriiim iiuH ahol :t iinnther neLro in M.i"k. in men lun '.il while nn I a'-i- i 'ii r 'nJ I I iwa tnt ville Siinrday nitfhl, mid when M;ir-lili intuit.' i4 no ye en.irelr iiled out. NawlaniJ went ifter him he let llr two bul Toe ollWr reiurn-- d the ln leia at him Mil Ot.AiiKNiK K. Wdoiw, a yrice'u with a douhU barrel tiun, hul the ne for newipnpr work' vriirr wini a pdiiahtni gro manaired 10 erpe, whe'her wliot or Iihk hinuhi mi inieteit m that aterlini: pub Hdltor not ia no known, lliiaiim , Ihe Itohmiind flrjnl'r. I''. M. lire-i- i TiiKauit of Squire I'orliunu va. Ilfiirv h alxayn puhliihed the neat pHporcand the new tirm Raiiithman. to reduce the rent of the hotel Kt mid olBiiet o' will coiflnue lo tierp it in llie path il hfti aince the whiaky prlvilrcr have been taken away, haa occupied the court for aeyernl . fnllow.d eo lonu. amuaini; epiaodea have Dor (loitnos denies tli.tt he kiaoed Oen. niiihta and aomu One of the partiea aaked ihe occurred M ritn on hii mouth or anywhere elie, cnurt'a penniaaion to rail the other a liar, Miii xiy, "The iflei;raui'lroui Cleveland in (leu Morcan ai'iH 'wiyielf la a but Judne Morrow promptly denied Ihe lelfiffice to VVarren and llradley are Mill to iiialicioiii faUehood, the whnlo tflei;rau) be rnjueat. make apeechea in thectae, Miller and I'ey In liu: ihe came will'i.l imare already ap)kin. thai anil in every particular publiahed in ton have eyeUuil ridical oiper ' ihe J A thief eutarel the hnu"e iiUlKH.AKY M VJcltiherta, Jr. Friday Ouii loo partiil frlnl, Uro. ('rift, of the of Mr John umrnini! ind eifile from 0iarly Vlclt h Lebanon lintcrpra, lav ua under renewed tu-- y uid a 8 ni'ii A uhlit;aiiun', wiieii the fiCt Ih wo were to erta1 trunk $10'J." in n i beiiire thnt we had dU VVfi'Otl platol. Nothing e'ae Wia dianirbeil afily in hi piieil of evt-- helm: able to I iuidate. Our Mn. Vlclt ibrla waa on a nail to frienda m Mr Vloltiberla waa nit in ihe he irl ewelli wilh K'attlude In prxfiilui: 0 Mercer and T fiidd, leiyini;not)ily at Ihe hoine. Kn iiiuikmI lifiie'oun a friemt h Mornn trance wi eilas-- I Ii 'h' nun the luiud Ur.fi thrnuijh a broken pane, civwred with paper 111 uo noen in jiir All Vernon letter Ah aud then raiaini: the aah Theriaiil wi a newipaper la lu be Mtabliabtd l (htt evidently iciuniined Kith the urr und place Jmupi Miret, oor Wlkfal index itiKR. though them h o clue to lux ideu rellent correapondent, U lo b eJitor, which wall done. inaurea that tho work will b Foil oiimetime a beer club, with Jim haa adorned ibi tripod bafor and at T. Ii Slielton'-- , Itowland, Ima kiuiwa what in expected ol been in nperatinn, from which, it ia claimTiik prohihilionitt bT KaiBpUd a ed, Hhelton received nouie compenaation. candidate for mayor of Loabfilla, bat a The crand jury got onto il and found 8 unlawfully bub tailed bull aunda mora dkaaaa lo Uy indiclniiiiti for aidlinu liquor for limn than hedoen of altoUoa Taal alleg- agaioat him and had plenty of iimit-rii- l aa many more. Mr Shellou avera thai he ed party furneia no doubt how aaasj vote were pulled in that benighted city (or Fox. waa not cnnicioua of vinhuiui; the iw, but hfti he will uo do an further mid hna iM'Esr ia puulahabla by death in Arkan if he ana mid a ulan haa juit to be aK reed to tear up the article ol agreement aaatMcad naiiKMl there for that moat vnaalural of and have no more connection with the club. ciinea Ii otwht to b m ptiilaliable arery. The srand jury haa found . ureal many inwhere ami the perpetrator ba denied trial dictment for violation of the prohibition hy jury or the benefit of clergy. law. Henry Traylor catchea noma Tiir.Thoti content for Oarliala'a eeat i and other fare almoal aa bad. It wan rereuarded nt Waidilnatoa m eferywhore in ported on the street that Dr. Iljurnti had a yery farslcal liiiht. TbebttaiBaaa it proved been indicted, but an examination the effort of the dtagmntled to if he hai no piper a have been returnworry Otrliale with no hope of gaining that ed against him. any thine thrmaelyea. in-iil il there H any U for i.inl'hiuc "ion exleiil tion he uiuht to he ijleii inSi ac- da ne i, al appointed excilt u of the former, bi'.i no executor i meirioned bf Ihe latter. Mr Adam Carpeuter Kiplied for an allo(ui"nt an of herilower and W. K. Varum w III pointed gilarilian of Wailnce the Htltt. Drilgial'a liceil'e to fell whlky wa granted John I Crow, of Milvuinef. In the afternoon the uiagMrute met with ihe court to lake action on the report of the ommilohera appointed lo view the Carpenter' Station and llii'ionville turnpike. The retorl waa favorable and the court c cepted the roid and orderetl II to be paid for na contracted la HtLlUHlllS. The llaptial Cjin.re-- a will meet at In 7. dianapolia Nov -- Dr. A.C. (Iravea recently aided itev V E Klitley in a three weeka meeting Muldraiiirti'a Hill ohlirci. I'tiere were 10 hapt zd, inclildliw 35 he.ul of fauiilie. There were ten couple hap iz-- d al the Htme time a healltlltll aight. Several ol the conver a were fruui the Kiuian Cutho Wea'ern lia.iorder, lie Itev. A S M itltl announced Sunday that hi next service would lit) in the Uc lure room of the new church which i aluilt completed I'lm Church itaelf lack ciniderably of ".xnp'eiion and ihrt money hsa given out. A iiuuiour of aub'crip'ion remain unpaid .tiui the good brethren and othera who have alreidy onlrlhuted will have lo go do on into their picket again. The meeting of the Linolu Citintv Bdi.e Society, held at the lUptiat church Sunday night, waa Attended by all the on gregation and ntiuierou addreaaea were made. I'ne repirl ahnwed that only $15 wirth of bible were aoltl and given a war during the year. The old ollicera were re elected, D. W, Vandeveer preaident, J J, Mcttohert secretary and the variou pan lo-1- dt-h- hoiil-iuarte- hl. toM vice-pr- len-- LAiO. Srt):t till .W(J' 1 ba 20-o- Recollect that me aale of George W. Ktng'a ellecta occur to dav. of New York cattle for A gale. Dr. J. K. Vanaredale. A J Kice bought of William Dlllion a paii of work mulea for $250 8 W. Given sold to Gentry Uroa., of Lexington, 3 work mulea for 350, A T. Nunnelley eold to i'erkins A McCarty, of Jellico, 71 250 lb. hon at 4 car-load eyi-deu- lly cent. firm of 35 S. L Wither oold to J. M. Long hia acres, situated on Utlberts creek, for $1,700. plenty of coal, con'eti'ienlly alt our citizens are out again, Sunday waa the mot deligl tful day ever seen iu thee ptrt. Iiwa. an. Indian Hummer day in all ita glory, The following peraona have been ii renaad to wed nince laat report: Oct, il, W. Kavanatigh to VI in Elie FrAnci; Nov. 3, K. W. Harber loMUa Hettie A. Miller; Nov. 7, Andrew Siinpaon to Mini Bettie Littrell, a' d thire are more to follow. There U to be a wedding in high li'e here ahortly, the groom being one of our riing young profeional men and the bride one of the handsomest of nur vom g ! ladies. Beaide thi, ahe is an active and in all the good enterprise. earnest worker Tame to mjr plnce 12 daji .go a white hoc welghln- Rtut2M pountls. of the day. Tba owner ran get him by paying for this Dntlre and other expennes. The laat meeting of the Lancaster Soi'. II. COItyiXKY, . 21 Crab Orchard cial Club was held at Mr. J. M. Layton'e, and from tho member' report the them wisnuperb. EveryA light hay mare, 8 or 9 jrr old, with black thing the eaon allorda waa on the groan(pot on ldeol hack under saadlo ing (able And there was plenty of it. Mr. near on rich! blp. Will pay a liberal and aiuall rlfht reward for her or Inloruiition leading to her rrcorery. and Mrs. I.avton are iriveibiel for their JAJIJRN HOVER, ,7a1 hospitality and Mr. L. i one of the best Neir Stanford. houeekeepera in the county. Good bye poor old Brer itibbil goodbye Moliie Cotton-iHiThe time waa when Thla la to notify the public tbat we will not peryou were left to the colored population, but mit any bunting or any other treapatalEg on our The white aportamAn, farmi, but we will punlih any rerron or ptriom now 'ii ohanued o trttpjMlDg to the full exttntol the law. the one who once diapiaed you, and would Nov. ), 1687. JAM lis M'EIWI.EN. nothing hut a deer, as he bounded ehnot at V.ii.SM'OOAA 31 OR E. over the hill, or ihe qutil or pheasant on the wing, ia now upon your trail, firtr. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES Fox and the tar baby were nothing to the NEWSY NUU. ptrila witcn now beset you; therefore, we Br vlrtne of Uxeidu e srjd.urjrsld for the folTwo genuine ci-- e ol leproay are paid lowing j ear., I will on . aty g mil bye, Brer. H.bblt. to exiat in Philadelphia. -- L F Hubble ia at home on a short DEC. 1887, The heUing in Nw York ia 100 to SO visit Iroiu Biimiiighaui, Ala. He reports County Court Day. eipoe to public tale before the in nvor nf the demnrrata Court-Hodoor in btinford, Ky., for cash In lust place lu he growing list. W. G. The rtaidence ol ti. VI. Wallace burn baiid, toe following property, thereof of ArKdiisn City, Knura, is ul a will piy raid taxes and cost.or 10 much ilpnlrir, . Anvonn ed at 'eraile; loa 2 (00 to ty Ltlore the day ol sale can do so by paying Jl Hun. J. V. Corley.prea ou a viait. additional and the cost of advertising, and as you The acatl Iding in a church at Frank- home ot Ihe 1 1'. A , opeut lileut lu L n do 10 jour names will be withdrawn from this lin fell and killed J. W. Crow, a leading uasirr He ehooK ihe nkepticiam of several list: STAMFORD, rBKClNCT, SO. 1 WIIITK. ot the boys in regard lo epirnualism, in Mitchell, citizen. Ed. 1885, '86 nd 87, S52 seres, 110.80; let n H wbicn laiui tie in an ardeui buliever. W. Hats, An ob'Cene letter wrPer wa Miholu, 811.65. list, by the U. S court at Cincinnati with a tine K. Vlarr la on Ihe BLACKS, no. 1. A piriy C'Leiiiugol rix of our eports Ualley, Thomas, 41 acre (2.25; of f.'iO. proieeatoiiala and 3 amateur, Uurdett, men, three Josh and Tbomis, 6 aires, J2.S5; The little town nf Hhad T ve, went rabbit hiin ing Saturday. The folBaugtiuian, Elijah, town lot, !3 10; by lowing tuure were given me by one ol the county, wa entirely Craig, Lee, I acre, Sl.35; party aa to the coat of ihe day' rport. tire Fru'ay. (ilvens, Uirrl.on, town lot, J2.I5; DH11T UlTins, Top, town lot, II.2S; Dr. Alexander, in electric phyaici&n of of Hiiimntiltion jo; U am Jo; dinner Lackey, Thomas, I Oat acre, J1.S0; MAjtielil, ia under arri-a- l . lor raping Mie $2;)dl at larm wa Alon goinery, Alex, town lot J3.15; il; I me ft neap I! al 75 cent, $1 50; interest on hunting Minnie Hall.nue of hi pjlient Uob.nson, Henry, town lot, 83 JO, Co in Wo'ilfork, the murderer of nine otnrii". d'ga, iVc, valued al $6'00 at S par Klchardeou's heirs, 20 acres J3.85; rent , 13 cent; weir and tear on glltiB $.S; Whitley, lieorge, town lot. $1; peraon, i on trial at Mcon, (ia It ia a accident pol'cie on x men per day J3; Tucker, George, 10 acres 12 95; wonder thai auch a fellow la allowed even cintingcnt Iiabilttte fir treapas $30. Huston, l'eter, 5 acres 82; the form of a trial. ciudit. lllll. Wyatt, 1 acre, 81.40; . ? t 2.) rahi'e at - J ii n Kobinajn'n circu e fun $1.11; Irain Htitlered cenia prkcinct o. - wmir. lo profit and Ira $51 07. Nordyke, Millaid, I860 and '87, town lot, SI; nnnther wreck near Iira7.il, Ind., the total rSKCINCT NO. 3 WIIITK. loa ti which, with the one ai 3'. L9tii MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Andrtws, fcusan, 'S and '87, 82 acies, 11.30, mounted lo J100.000. Delaney, Jemima's heirs, 250 acres, S1.95; A girl ai Dud McClure's Sunday mornArrangementa for the centennial cele Delaney, Joelah, '86 and '87, 12 acres, 30 cent; ing Forney, Lewis, 35 acres, J1.S0; b'atiun nf the inauguration uf Preaident A Mule child of Jonathan Mullina hae Korney, Henry, 16 acre; $1 70; W ahing on are already being tnude in diphtheria. Uelaney, Catherine, '86 and "87, 100 acres, 12; A wedding i looked for in town durNew to occur in 1S1I. Urlttin, Iav!d, '85, '86 and '87, 110 acres, 13.80 week. The Court of Appeal decide that the ing the Haggard, Allen, '85, '66 and '7, 16 acres, U.S0, Four aieier in iIiih county weigh Oas, Jemima, '85, '86 and .87, 136 acres, J7.35; oommoii choulr cduiint claim under the 214, 250. 2ti0 and 270, total 1.030. Itogers, John, dr., 100 acres, J1.15; atalille Imnk ileK)'ila, which have Wheat crop are looking due but need Smith, Kliiahetb, yo acres, 85 cents; rniiaiueil uncl.nmed lor a number of year duiltb, Joieph I ., no acre, Jj 85; ing r.iin, A good acreage haa been sown Weaver, W. A uiianimmia invitation ha heen ex U., '84, '85, '86 and '87, 94 acres, 56.70, Watson, Felix U 21 acres, J1.60; teuUed to Speaker Carllale hy a meeting of in thi county. I'heuaiueut Kev. John Carmicael haa Woods, Mary, '85, '86 and '87, 60 aires, 12.45; to representative denmorala of Gporgi ruKcmcr no. 4. heen reatored to the pension list and he viii the State and deliver an vldre'R on Apple, W B , '86 aud '87, 75 acrts, 13.95; has received a voucher lor iiHO. larifl refrrni. Aker, J. W., 12 acres, Jl.15; l'he court of claims uiiowed $2 775. Francis, Mcrld, 35 acres, J1.70; -- Th large dry good houae of IIa-8- , i'he couuly judge was given $276; couuiy (loocb. W. M., 2 acres, S1.20; Mayer i'V Co , and ihe hat houae of ilenle alturuey $20 1 and school euprlluteudelil Uorton, George W.,57 acres, 81.70; it Wolfe, Lonievillo, weoj ,. jinder Friday. 204 llorton, James S., Sr., 60 acres, 81 75; The lialulitie of the lormer are otated at A. D. Catron shipped a car ol bog. Ham, Kelda, '85, '86 aud '87, 30 acres, 814; He Lalorce, D. 11., 3.5 acres, 35 centa; and cattle to Ciucinuaii Snurday. $100,000 and the latter at $100 000. will atari Sjutli wiiu a car of uiuie during Mitchell, John, 131 acn, 81.05; The cell of the condemned anarchist li,e week. Marsb, Alix, 107 acres, 81.15; in the Chicago jail wero aearched Sunday, -- Jotiu Coildera was sworn iu u a jua Marti u, Wm C, W acres, 8.1; and in that of Lingg, the "bomb-oMkerpeace Saturday fur the Minim, Padgett, Mary G, 87 acres, 85 cents; vice ol ihe bomb'; aullicient pieciutt in toe place ol Daniel Mullina Polly , John B., !, '5, "80 and '87, 13 acre, 83.95; were found aix Kejnolds, W. 11., '61, '85, 'SO, '87, 100 acres, SS.70; in theunelfe to blow the jail ttnd all of ita llr Ceased. Our fat friend, fno. Hutsuisou, climb singleton, Font T., 21 acres, 8i.05; into fragmenta inmate ed iniu our ol ihooe immense coal care Ute Singleton, Jency'a heirs, '80 and '87, 40 acres, 93c, Mil', Mattib Johnson, aged 05 veArr, I; ptu ou ue road and nad to have aesis-tau- te PllhCINCTUO. 5. She lo get out. (iaaton, O. W., 3I, died Thursday evening at Paducah . '86 and '87, 62 acres, ti 8 5, M. Uilpln, U. W., 25 acies, 81.75; C Z. Haider WdB with u Sunday wan the oJdet of chhraclera and a miner of f. Cr-v- l paused up from L'jurtou Sunday Hudson, W. H 200 acres, 816.75; ihe mo', pronounced type, anil waa gennr C. W Ping leaves to day lo lake u eitua-uo- n luyard, Franklln.'al, 86, 'mi, '87,35 acres, 87.35: ally believed to be the eiater of John A. with a Ljiusville bouse. Dt. Doores Johnkon.jas. A., 'S '86 and '87, 18 acres, 87.10; Murreil, the once notorious Tenneee and was up from Crab O. chard Saturday to see Maiion, Ed, 4 acres, fl.iO; Mrs. G. W Baker, who is no better, fciiuire I'ej lou, Taylor, i acres, H.95; Kentucky outlaw. Laurel, was here Sunday. Kabseil, Henry, 61 aires, UM; Ai Crow Agency, Mutilans, Sunday the Jonra, ot Same time last spring Mr D N. Wil bhclltarker, S., 220 acres, SO coats; linger atlAcked the hos- liauis gave Mr. O. S. Bower, an Onioau, troop under G-Tallsnt, Mrs. Mason, 60 acres, 53.75; tile crow, Rilling their leader, Sword Bear small piece of ore whicn bad been picked lerhuue, W. It., town lot, 82.45; I'heie war a run mi in this county. Mr B lately had it as Terhune, J. I;, town lot, 8i.80; er, and everal other Cirpo sayed and fjund it to be gold, The piece Wlkher, Joteph, 4 acres, 8i.-ning tight latiug aliiut two hour turned out $15 worth of this valuable Vi light, Oeo., '81, aud '87, 2 ral Charlea riiompnn wa killed and pri- metal. Mr Williams ia now racking his Wright, fcusan, 86 'it, '6 town lot, acres, 84.25, 8 d.60; and '87, Ei.jene Malloy and Clark alightly brain to remember the locality in which he vate COLOkKD. injured. found ihe ore, but so far he has not ca led Bruce, Alex, 2 town lots, 83.70. Near Tallahoaaa,Teaa., Thomoa New- - to mind Ihe place, but says r.e is determined Caldwell, Kpb, 6 acres, 81.55; Cooper, Samuel, 4 acres, 81,35; if it lake: all winter. ram whipped hia daughter who had mar to find it A proapectua haa ben i'sued announc (una, William, lowu lot, 81.60; ried Iaiac Arnold atfaisat hia wlehee. Ar- ing the publication of ft weekly newapajwtr at (ilvini, Allen, 3 acres, 81.20; nold interfered aad waa knocked down this place, the first issue to appear about the Hide, Henry, 2 town lou, 82.85; The paper ia to be called the Toombs, Silas, 1 aire, 81 85; with a poker Arnold pfMQred an ax, and 11th PttKUNCT MO. It is to he sn eight page, atriking Newsom thraa bloWa levered his Mountain Signal Wagoner, Thomas, CO aaes, 81.90; fire column quarto and wi'l bn a democrat-iback bone, killing hiaa alaoat instantly. COLOIKO. sheet devoted to the interest nf Hock Spiee, Fieldaa aad Schwab, of the con castle conntv ami the publisher propose to Bright, John, 2 acres, 82.35; detuned auarchlaU, haraaifaad a document make it a eood local papr This is the Uoode, Lary, 31 acres, 83.15; Lewis, Uarland, 2 acres, 05 cent; saying they nelthar conaaelled nor aided first attempt in the newspaper line In the l'KKCIMCT MO, 7. county and from the many encouraging in the force used at Hayaarket and deHlatt, Ben Ah, '66 aud '87, 10 acrti, 81.35; words from tho citizens the promoters be Parsons will also lieve a good support will bo given the un Uollman, Paul, 100 acres, 83.70; ploring the murder. sign it, but Lings, Eagal aad Fischer say dertaking. The writer's name appears on Louge, Christine, 50 acres, 83.25; the proapec'us a editor; W. B Fox asso PriTltt, Hoberl, 7 seres, 84.35; they will die before I hay will do so. Peters, Cailnklnl, 60 acres, J3.1J; ciale, The newa comas from PitUburg that Heed, J. U., 25 acres, 35 cents; Uont'' ue-- on Fourth i'tt. Thomas Owens, tha carswUr who fell Senegger, Arnold, 31 acres, 81.80. BOYLE COUNTT. 0AH iLLE. COLOKKD. from the roof ol a cmildlag, confessed beOlbaon, Isaac, 2 acies, 82; fore his death that ha threw the bomb at Among thn new arrivals in this viciniGales, Francis, 61 acres, 91.15; the riot in Chicago which killed the neven ty is an infsnt daurHer at the home of Mr McMulllcs, Logan, '36 and '87,2 acres, 82 50; policemen and for which tha anarchists are and Mrs. William Warren. McMuIHds, James, 2 acres, The marriage of Mr. Bowen For, of to be swung noxt Friday. The story bears Danville, and Misa Nannie, daughter of UcMullins, Wilson, 5 acres, 81.30. NUWLAND, T. on ita face that it was gotten up for the Thomas E. Wood, of this county, Is anSberliTtlocoln County. benefit of the condeaadad. nounced to lake place on the 16th inst. 3E3st:rEi,y - LOST! MONDAY. 5th, Liv-ingal- on g-- j-- : bal-anc- 2- ." gaa-pip- 0; 1. 1 THE SHOEMAKER. HOW MACHINERY HAS SUPPLANTED THE MAN OF THE LAPSTONE. Mlncrlc AVIilch tlio Knights of St. Crispin liilllct n Their follow Crealtcwiliitlon-lici- l tures l'nctn ConceriilniJ Manufacturing 1'liint. Tniilc "Ah, but I have no trouble with nowshocs" explains the Pelf romplaccntcRotNt, who al''I only ways has a patent for cverytliliiR. near them n few hours each tiny, nnd sometimes take n hole month to break in a ne pair." Hut why does he only wear them a fen hours each day I And why does ho need n month to make his feet comfortable? Simply bocau&o if u man i J In any rcpect a tenderfoot, ho must always keep his now shoes from one week to thirty days on probation before ho will lie quite certain that he will not havo to throw them away or give them to the joor. Sometimes thoy revive a Intent corn w hlch tlio old shoes in their turn had brought to life, and then iermittcd to lie inactive for a few months. Sometimes the leather proves to be too hard and inflexible, and binds the foot lil'o n vise until the bones nelio and the Thorn nre men muscles become benumbed. who cnu hardly pass a shoo store without n pang, nnd vthoo keenest senso of human misery is derived from their experience with new shoes. It may lie held thnt the shoemakers are not which altogether to blame for tlio they iullict on their fellow creature. 2Cot mony years since women prided themselves on having small waists, nnd fought by artificial means lo make their figures look lil.o But the corset makers wero hour glnos. Tho not tho Kirties to bo held responsible. fault was to be charged to a perverted artistic vmse, to n conviction that an unnaturally small waist added to tho feminine poncrof fascination. It did nothing of the soit It only undo the female figure look ridiculous, and such ali-- U the cllect of many of the fashions which obtain in shoes on tho sbajo of tho feet. Hut no innttcr. If the shoo itself, without any reference to the purpose for which it was fashioned, be only an ngreoablo object to the eye, there will be n man found to put Ins foot in it And what is the result? Hard mid soft corns, bunions, much sufTenng pud sometimes profanity. What, too, is the artistic result? Wero any artist to paint n picturo with bnro feet, and follow accurately tho moU perfect model that could Iks found among t no adult shoo clad imputation of Kuropoor America, he would fail to get a place for his work in any icpectable exhibition. To this complexion hns it come at last. Wo must go to tho nursery, tho savage trilies, or to the antique, if we wish to know what naturo Intel!.... J to "leali- wh'-- sin- fuuiout.-- a hum.in foot. Rnbfes, North American Indians, and statues Iiavo toes, but civilized men and women have them no mow. They havo only a compressed ma's of bones, muscles, nnd corns where toes ought to be permitted to grow and expand. Ilut were tho fashionable shoemaker to defy tho prevailing tasto mid offer u covering for tho foot that would per mit a natural growth, he would find no customers. According to the modern conception of what is shapely, nature made a mistake when she fashioned a foot broader at the toes than at tho instep. Out the modern idea of n pretty foot is about as nearly correct ns tho receutly modem idea of a pretty waist; and wero shoes modeled after tho exact natural form of tho foot, we should soon learn to wonder how wo ever tolerated nny other model. No industrial revolution was ever more complete than the revolution which has taken place in riioemaking during the last twenty-f- l vo yearn. Tlio cobbler wo shall have ahvaj 3 mi-cri- IN CHARGE. Beyond nrc HeMs Rrccn carpeted, And mountain sides so fair. Bright streamlets wander tlirougli tlio gm.. May I not jMiturc tlieivf O slicjilM-n-l ' let mo go, I pray; I'll follow tint; ere close of day. Thy way lies hither, and not tlicre: My sheep imi- -t follow me. I cImxxo tbe imnture tliat will feed liich one most perfectly. My little one, Nwlde mo keep; The sliephard'a once Is his dear sheep. Sunday School Time AGAINST SEWER GAS. ORWARNING WORDS CONCERNING DINARY DRAIN OR CESSPOOL AIR. A LOT OF FAMOUS CRIMINALS. ' ' 'I with us; but the shoemaker has almost completely changed his form. It is to bo feared, too, that he is no longer entitled to claim tho protection of his tutelar St. Crispin, for ho has beconio the servant of a witch. And such a witch I Driven to its highest capacity n singlo McKay innchlno has been known to clap tho soles upon 1,200 pah's of new shoes within ten hours, and it takes 300 hands, working In great part with yet other ingenious lalwr saving machines, to feed one of these insatiable sMtchers, and clear away tho tables nfter it has finished. It will be seen, therefore, that the McKay machiuo is not only a witch itself, but that it is a boa witch. In the bet provided shojw the side stitching, heeling nnd even the lasting aro dono by subsidiary machines, mid so also would lie tLo cutting, were it not for the imperfections of tho leather, which demand the services of n practiced ?ye in selecting tho parts that are fit for mo. Yet tho work is done w ith to little eiToit that n motor of single horse power would drive a half dozen or moro of the McKay machines at one and the same time. After this statement of its capacity it will bo seen that it is only fair metaphor and not hyperbole to call tho miichino a witch, It Is eminently proper, too, that the chief seats of its ncti ity should bo found at Lynn nnd Haverhill, rith-- in Mm same state with witch killing Sulem, mid not so distant as to lie in their origin. Uut tho city of Lynn, notwithstanding its reputation, is not so much n lnonopolUt at shoemakuig as New York claims some porsous suppose. every thing, and within her wilderness of brick nnd mortar the is continually evolving plienomo'.a that aro a surprise to even, her own citizens. Who would that within a milu and n half of the city hall, mainly, indeed, within a quarter of a milo of that place, there aio almost as many firms of shoo manufacturers ns are to bo found in either of tliu cities of Lynn or Haverhill) The statement w ould not bo believed were it not possible, to furnish tho figure:'. Hut it is quite 'oesiblo. There aro 180 firms in Lynn, 1Tb in Jluverhill, nnd 172 in New York. Uut Lynn will boast of tho size of her factories, and point to tho nmmul value, of her new shoes ns evidence of her general superiority. It is certain that sho has homo pretty largo factories, and can point to one llrm that turns out 10,000 pairs of shoes each day. Ilut Micro is n firm In New Yorlt that produces shoes to tho value of ubout $1,000,001) annual-ly.an- d there nre others thnt run w ell up among tho hundreds of thousands. Kstimates differ on tho comparative value of the products of Uio two cities, but in this respect we must concede to Lynn n long lead over the metropolis. Judging from tho report of goods shipped tin ough Doston the first of last January and tho last of August, and giving to Lynn her probable propoit Ion of the total, her annual product camint amount to much less than S2.),000,000, whilo tho nnnual product of New Yoik is not estimated at mot o than $10,000,000. It has leeu said that the capacity of tbo shoe manufacturing plant in tho United States is equal in tlireo months to the market demands of ono cutlro year. This may be true so far a tho shoemaking machines nro concerned, but It is evidently not tnie wlu-.he question of skilled workmen for feeding ind operating the machines is involved. Say that tho manufacturers in this city make 1,000,000 pairs of shoes eacli year. That would benlout theprojer ostimaieonn valuation of $10,000,000. ilut thero are 1,500,000 pairs cf feet in New York cit" alone, nnd tbey would manage to get through with pretty nearly 4,000,000 pairs of hocs in on year, even "were there no domaud froir, abroat New Yoik Son. s i:i1t't Which Aro C'litimliillio In (ill) mi Sj Ktcm1 ho WoMt Canes tho Often Oiloilcns K.irth t'hwots Two Sanitary Injunctions. Sower gas Is not n simple sulntauco of uni form composition, but it vat les in Its constiRED HEADED GIRLS. rtuents at different places and at different Why Dors u Wliltn Ilorxo Appear When times, while its effects nro not always tho riiey Aro Seen? saino upon different individuals or under The discussion over tho nllegcd sluiultanc- - changing circumstances. Ordinary drain or ous appearance upon tho streets of white cesspool air, In Its Us,lnl state of dilution, is horses and red headed girls has reached a not deadly, other ie moat American houe-pointi- n tho west that reminds oneof the days holders would always be ill. The fact that of 13, 1 and 15 puzzle, tho clnMtiut boll and thousands of persons nio living amid leaky the "punch conductor" song. The supcrstl- - drain pipes, without serious annoyance, tionisneatlv hit off by n Kansas inner, as proves that some foims of sewer gns an? loss hurtful Mian others. follows An ordinary privy is harmlev", but a tight ''Whoever says so is a liar," roared a choleric old gentleman from Dexter one morning, cesspool, even if it contains only kitchen t poiM.u to .h-standing in fr. tit of the city hall. "These grease, ma) create stories niv got up to play uiou the credulity troy a whole family. Not long sluco three I'm gifting tired. men were nveicomo on entering a cushiol at of the country people. Look there now, thire'sn ted headed girl, red Newaik, N. J , and two of them died from At Cleveland, O., a sjmilut headed till J on can't rest. Where's nny white suffocation. horse? Jut as easy as roll in' off a log to catastrophe (vcurred. The bad (lor of sower gas is due iimltih to prove the original of the fad a liar. I don't believe there's n whlto horse within a mile." sulphuretted hydrogen, which cauei debility, but ono may Ilut chancing to gaze in tho direction of the lioils and similar skin high school n hen in was seen, to ishich not breatho this couiound in the elicmha's one, but two milk white steeds were bitched. laboratory with impuuitv. If a i erson, hows The Dextci niun fainted. To this may le ever, is exposed for it long time to sw-lthe effect is cumulative and may rennddeil that columns lmvo lteeh written explanatory of the white horse coincidence with- der lilm lts liable to resist infection. On the other hand, habit niayexeit wnw out satisf viug the p'lhiic. ono roihly tho rpn.ou w by w hen a red headed Influence in the mutter. Any or a on entering crowded theatre or school, ixmni lllltsl erlrl ntinenrs on the stiiw-- t n uhit !..- .- t,xi makes his unpearaiice will hive to U souglit lT"l tolmcco smoke, will feel discomfort nnd for in hMoi. This suggestion is thixn otii , hardly lw able to breithe. yet in a few is worth. Away buck in the earl j Qtes the sense of annoyance will disappear vireeknud i:gptinn dnjs ml headwl gitls "Usw tne jierwn nns very iieiiiiuo iuiik. prized above all tb mem- Men working in sewers feel no bod effects wereery actively bers of the sex. Men fought, bled and died from their surrounding, nnd for their Miiilesand they were quite the rage Decupled are le liable than other to mlTer .. nr., t.,i.i u.i. n... ("lmmntKilioiM.if w. . from breathing sewer gas. riiimt'em com- oniiKsl by dimp, sesor of an auburn bend, and Helen of Trov, P'1'" niostly of I heuninti-some contend, was equally fortunate. A"is but they nro otun sickened by inh.ilmg foul well known, "ft king over open drain Women the belief in the trans- - lr " children ai I others who lead n v dcntary migration of s ills was tl.ii mnvnlMiit ' . " . . life nre most subject to this iiohmu. tin 0(1 upon renom now lost to philosophy, Sewer gas limy le created w here there is nnd conpii'uouy luave men kiilci in bnttlt took the foi ni, under tlie sriiil of Juintir. neither a newer nor n cesspool. Kvery inch of of wlnte liorv s. We can imnziiie. then, that waste pitx thnt 1ms Wen hng contni with when gnllant knights went foith to buttle ' Sren. w or "1""' ,rl" 'v,,lvo after lwssionato adi.us to their auburn ' lor u",f,w " H w,'u l',,b'l or ventiiaust. headed Helens and Cleotmtrn.. mul foi.n.l i L'ertflln tonus of little or resei voir lrnIni are themsehes after a fierce conflict with th only miniature eeiol'. So long as there Is iNirlwrians, prancing steeds of snowy llaiik, 1 chance for filth to putrefy foul air will that miMii.irv ,,f tiu.iv i,f i.,.. . i .. ..l." ;.. .v.. ;. ulirow ii off All tlw elements for fenneiiUi equine heads. It may lie that these fellows tionnre piwntm wiiteplsi-ljeBt,moi- nire Inthoslnneof white hoi se. nre still Mlow-- ' lni1 milmai matter. In an ordinary lmn """" """" "" "' j,ui- - uiound. Of course, in ""Wlur"' - "'" i..g red tie.i.1 material to star. this profile age, no live journal lias tlmo to ,k, nro nrguosueha proposition, but tho folks win IlllOll. Much also (Iep.'iids up n tlw condition of lielieve thnt ti.niM mnrn ililtta In Imnvn,, and with thou are dreamed of m our plnl.-- , ;ho individual. If in robust health he IIM) ophy, Horatio, can nimisi them-elvc- s Hit, vu Utihanne,! for years amid unwholo omo tho suggestion. Noliody will deny that the Mnditions. but if protnitl hv a slielit ill white horso is nn miituul of taste. Macon ness, or depressed by worry or fntigue, u tingle whiff of sower gas may bring on sen-Du- s Vtlc;rapli. resulu. A slight cold, in that case, may develop into diiJitlierin, or an ordinary fever fooled hy u 3II)lloni(lr ."Miller. The recent convention of librarians at assume a tj phoid form. The rik of breathing sewer gns is not from Round Island, in the St. Lawreneo river, rerceptib1e. The calls nn incident of last year's convention. tho amount of lxd odor After tho proceedings at Milwnukeo con. worst gases aro often odorless, lo quote n eluded tho memliers started off on a trln bigh authority, "there is always danger fu through tho northwest. They visited several breathing suwir uir, and this danger is not of the summer resoits, mining and lumber In proportion to the amount nf twd oiop camjis, and then crossed over to Minneapolis I present, nor can it always h o ot come h and St, I'aul. Among other points of inter-- being much in tho oj- -n nir. The danger Is est they took in the great Pillsbury ilouiing not so much a groat probability of evil as u mills. Fred Hild.of tho Chicago library, was tmall probability of great evil." Many icrMiis are not susceitible to bad delegation mid Ijl at the he.r 1 of the took it uiwm him-el- f to show the eastern dele- - i 0lors; othere Uiink such odors are not harm-gatc- s alwut. At the mills they were met by ful unless they aro very strong. Still others a pleasant featured old man drevsil in n suit become habituated to smell-- , which, to a A faint, fetid, flour dusU-- clothes. Ho was a very in-- , Itor, seem ery offensive. telhgeiit old chap and was well up in tin j nniiMMtliig odor, which comes in slight puffs milling huslne.-s-. Ilo took tho isitors all from n wn-- h Uiin or Inith oveillow, is al A stench, as from n ways to Ik ftsinsl. nbout tho immense estabhshimut, showin them tho process by which tho Hour was barnyard or swill tub, is merely annoying. It is not asseiW tint lllth alone can crenti ground, separated, packed and barreled. Ho was so exceedingly jxilitu and attentive disease. Foul pig stys do not genernto tythat FreU felt that some return should Le phoid fever, nor is a simple stench unwholerondo for the trouble ho had taken. Accord- some. It is ftrnieuting or putrescent filth ingly, when the visit was concludul ho took which is dangerous to health, and the Infecgerms of tho old gentleman in tho dusty clothes aside tion i3 loliucd to Iw das to and gave him one of Moo1 cigsrs. "There,'' disease, which linve lieen transmitted from lie smd, "allow mo to present this slight token joine piit'ciit through the ngi ney of an. to show Ins we appreciate your olitenes. water, mi.k or oti.er food. Wheie dejs'ndeiice is placed tijion cetiooU You linvy been exceedingly obliging, my good man and no went nwny proud m the con these must l made tight to guard ngainot nnd bciousness of n good act. 'J hat night tho vis-- , the change of soil and well itors were tendered a lumquct at the Hotel abundant ventilation must lo provided. All West. Tho astonishment of Hild may bo itn- - cesspools nre abominntKuis and makecliifu at sooner they are altolUhed the ngined wheuho lieheld the dusty old miller ' '"t. "'"I " nnaytsl in a swallow tail coat and wearing , better. Almost . any other method of sower-o- . Earth clouts aio practicn-niphis short fiout n diiitnond as big ns n tur- - nfie Is pieferabU-j bio In smnll communities or singly dwellings, "Will you kindly tell me," said Fred, turn-- J while what U known as tho itlgtonSt. rnulman,"ihothat(listitiguilied system may Iw applied in homi-- wiiieh now depend tion ccvhjoU. locking old man is?" "Ventilate ' Co- "VcntilaU''" "Ventilate!" "That," taid the St. Paul limn, crnor Pillsbury, the millionaire null ownei ' should be rung into tlio oars of every lion- -' Chicago News, holder. One cannot liu 2 too much air within his draiuugu system. Air is nature's disind fectant and sui jxissui all others. It is a Kiifjllihinun Versus Ainerlran. agiumt Iwikn, tat hol, cracks, evapIn coming from Knglmul to Now York one finds a keener, pahr face among tho men of oration nnd tiio ordinary wear and tear to are subject, I't this city, a better finished outline, too. which all mundane thingsconstantly purified Whether tho rouu led ch"ek and well turned the interior of diuins bo uir as steady jaw is duo to early gum chowing, or to ances- by u thioughcurrent of atmospherictheir contng them, and tral mastication of anything else, it is hard to tents, and there need bo diluting no anxiety about bay, but tho fact remains. It may, iiulcsl, 1; duo to u premature acquaintance with a good sower g:u. Col. Wuriug'ri "Perfi-c- t Sanitary Kuriutiln" Tho writer has alwajs fancied cmbraceM two injunctions: First, to allow no that an early diet of oatmeal spoils tho develduelling opment of tbo Scottish contour, just as jiota-toe- s org. one dccmnpKit!oii within tho conditions; ilraius under uuliwilthful ruined tho Irish jaw. It is probable Hint no dram air lliodrynesof tho climate here is mainly re- second, to allow cirutimstniiceii. to enter the houso under any sponsible for tho paler oomplexlon, I would add to the; the fo! owing: Drain, by tho absence of heady national bevera .11 ..I :r.. .......!....... ....... hi,,,- ... , . I... ...!. I.. I.. .....nl. . HUIIl linn ri. iiuiriic-ii- i is jiiiii;ii iiiuiu iiuiiiiiuuiu inu from the sit. and found it os; .1. than the Englishman in any now field. The ol,-,is ..... of ono profession or trade, not store up m.yhlngcapul.e orU.ut jourdel ng let ho outsldoof which hois absolutely helpless. Ill revcahsl; use pie ty o hot things is still furthv handicapped by n feeling of " K., doubtful pride which hinders him from ac-- 1 "" tr' ..'' '" '. domes Im the scepters 7. than that ho had nnd scrubbing brush nothing for granted, and ccptiug a loirer ; take tic supremacy been accustomed to, is the price Incoming to America and failing to find remember that eternal vigilance of health, as of libeity; distrust niuateur ml what ho wants, ho is very apt to fall Into the vicoou matters of health; tost nil things, but !iwt desperutu straits lieforo ho realizes tho hold fiut to tuit which is good and in uccord fact that all honest labor is honorable in F. Wingato in Amerlcn, and that society Is not subdivided with couimou sense. Chai hs Youth's Compaiiioii. with the same harslmcs.s as it is in Km ope. Tho American, in brief, as ho apjiears to Itesldent ForrlgnerH In l'ekln. the writer, is a very agreeable, gentlemanly All fortiguere rcsido in the Tartar city, but man of considerable cquipoiso of mind. Ho fs not violent or choleric, like the Uriton. but tho glimpse wo got of it was not more en- bis forco is apparently cumulative, since ho ii couinglug than w lint we had seen beyond its capnblo of very bold mid startling action upon gates; in met. u an iooi.s nuo a vnn mmim The street, ungraded and unpaved, nre du-- t occasion. New York Pot. swept In winter, ami quagmlics in summer, with green suffocating pools in tho hollows, A Uiisslmi .Sleigh. sleigh, plnt-eamong that would Tciito a jiestileiico in tiny other Ail impoitcd ltuv-iui- i wheels sink Into tho fm iilturo of a house in New York, was climate. Tho heavy cait wet season, and tho ever by tho seekers nftrr new bottomless pits during considered, joople havo nctually lieeu ill owned in tho thingx, n queer sort of brie streets. Tho odora Mien beggar description, nor are they Improved in the dry reason, Gentle Knoucli, when, to lay the blinding dust, tlio sewers uro -ou sad hat horse was very gentle. H every afternoon tho liquid from ell, ho' n minute." threw mo in less than , KkN nbout bv 1Ilt,41IS of d keJ nt tl0 cml, (1nr. , ?eiitlo eimugli, but be has rather Independent , , Iomrnol ways about lilm." bd6a and slops are thrown in fiontof tho houses, and the city scavengers, dogs, rag 1 1 1 ' MiUl'-iens i infill-niceit ju-tl- y s m i;ll The Colony of New C;il( ilonl.i Itettrf than the Slums of I'llili. All interesting account of tho juvsent atnl mr o i r fn-lc ilisite lo imiI joi.1 nl-status of the notorious French criminals in d New Caledonia lias U- -n furnished by an G-roceriwho has ju-- t returned from that pcn.U colony. The inot respectable, in well as the tho senior, of all tho convicts is Jleiv7,n-.U- , , i .1... " limmlneitinwrii.. i i 'Cm. Mii.t.. Polo who rod nt the Fuieior Al. ahdcr II 1M17. Fuspieut during the Paris exhibition of application have been made for the liberation of llciccovskl, but they havo all lsvn refused. He is now in tho isliud of Noil, Which Miielml hoiiv rim i"iiisle with. While on au luokli g irciuid, e lll "how jou th where ho m- - upies n little room aivirt from JLMoivn, I clmnioters, nnd has even a small nil the He minis nbout tho garden for himself. We ito nsuts for, tlio 'cut in the iiuiket, ihollie Island, which is of the size of Pat is, at his own sweet will, nnd his conduct IMPROVED WATER has alwas iiivpionchuhle. lie leeches a quantity of iii'wpRor, Usks and I i our I lie nf II " of the kind In use d the I tir.t th new and noel iiii'lilcts fisiiu diffennt countiies byeveiy SionielbllUc nu pliMdihe liiwi fo.tl.liou. If tHi prliw n t i.ie and e.sl.lly n 7l" Mote. nri mall, lien zovski is now old and feeble to an (II lour.e w. k.s . I.lmr eimnt. Mil, Ae, it f with oslioycuoinrtlil'KXiilrM. lu -- lien you ire in extreme degree. there Is smtielj inrlhlinc ehn'ti(.it Ihit lnnythliK iiireurlliiK. y..u Very "'y. .ielUhtKl to imkrtl ptrMint lor -- wmi Of a different class are Rillles mid Altndlo, townsrlihiill the nun ilereii. of the Paris grocer Iecrele. Tlioe wdithies are emplovisl as street at Noumea, and their occiiNition is liKiked uiHiii by their couisinions In pcml as n good one, for it is eny, and also enables them to pick up bits of tohacco and various imIiIs and ends, including occasional aim. (iuichiiul, who tuiir deieil a bunk messenger at Muix'lllws, is doing well as n store cleik, nnd bojx-- one day. if not to gel to Australia, at leiut to settle down in New Caledonia as a colonist, Oneof the moot coinfurlnlilo and thliving of tho ciiicts is I'Vtmvmu, the chemist of Uie i ltoulevurd Ui, wiioltsl tlm lover of his wife into an ambusli at t'liatou, and tlstu atns-lou- s murdereil bun in a tuamter. through tlm This criminal hns iwix-e- d until he arrived among t lie first He has a share in a farm, rliiM convict. mid he which he and hU wife superinU-iMl- , ban under In orders some of the lower class i olll-cu- Atew ion. hi,,1 wI,,-,., JL jftfu CD iL1& CoxxxpleteHaine of . 11 Oni- JUock Oliver of Xltii"lvafe, ELEVAT0H, 1 'IiillMJ and Biiiporial one-fouit- lai-g- 11", 111 t- - scav-engei- e s .MhIi-sIk- mt vurion-iiitcgoii- m of ciimimiN. connnute-l His life sentence hns Ikhiii .i n-- l -- oT'i'' lt 1 i 1 g to one of twenty ywirs. The doctor who whs condemned l.ist (tr for lmviug sent HiM)iied gitiiH) to a colleague it giving sntiifaction, and hops to le nblo to iitlnln tlie privileges nccordsl to Fenny iymi. On the whole, tlsp (slucnte.1 ciimiiMU, even tlume who are uihln going sentences formi-ou- s crime-- , .nt- - hih. spoken of by the governor of Nolimeii, nnd the meet liuillll lasted rascals are tlio Pari gamins and the bnitkh t or kilrvr, must of whom are Kver ear n curtain number of thesd TImoUIcmI woo im Ium to lie di"t down. m his revolver ngnmst the ornii ictw is tried formality h it court lucrttal ami acquitted. I'liw nuinl-- r of coiim.u U IU.isjO or more, and then- - mo m addition iMOfenmlo on icta, who, Uowevei, were aent out to NiMimeu of their ortnu.T"ld .roll! tlio MmIxiIi (.'eutiuie of Pans for the purpose of itiarryuu '"' "C clu-- s Tliee w mien nre m iervised t nuns, ineie are on I tie Island 1 lie number of Una clam con1X0 warder- vict auiotiiiU to l,ty', mid Mime of them, allowed to ootid for like Feimyrou, have tlwir wive. hie state (urn s!ies tliom with agrieultuial iinpieliieiits, fod. Mild even n few l.eail of cuuie, wn. n they are permitted to begin funning, and they g uerally well. Another elnst, ujstrt from all the othoi-s- , is ooniHerd of kllhsl mechuiiieii, muilcintii, nnil even actors. These have a (tarings Istiik of their s 3vn. a kind of club, and nre almost too for iMiitirU. The Uiudsinen nre said ... Im n- goxl as many regimental mil they play programmes of sWeet music the governor's mansion twice a week, From '.eside giving occasional concerts. this tt will s"en that the life of many convicts is far letter than that which U led by tliousuuds In the slums of Parts, mid is no wonder that, uc i bii:g tne cne, numerous '.lalisgieMui ugailist Hie law of the laud, those wliocounuit the most terrible 'rimes, should mow with longing and delight their dlsjxitcli to Now Caledonia by the clem-:n- t mandate of the president of the reHibllc. IiOiidui Telegraph. psa-sintrinnr-dorer- s. iiiiii-ni'-iiniit BUY 03f- - 4 (&IMJC1ISBICK!S T. lii R V ALTON ;mi:it- trudes-uieunu- pros-oerou- - MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. 4 1 VTNl) JEz5-hj3'- GKTTIIIi: X .tiniest "tllll(Oilllre. In his foiiiK-- days of prukjieiity the habits of Mr. Henry Villard and his familv were of the most modest churnctor. A friend who miw the family at the .levcrtU the ssseii" nn follow!,: "In Iookfnv7 house tho other iitKxit me ut the new eeiiing it u the thing to look alxiutyoti up there: the Is im won M lie awfully cut up if oii did not take i hen i all over I noticed ncriMii the uule from where I s.it (mine was only a poor K oichestr.i cliaii) a fumity of three fut her, mother and liaughter. 1 wm mrticulariy struck by the plainness of their coniiii-te- d with tlw glint and glitter of the lest of the houe. They were in evening tlio fatiu-well enough he-s- l, shawl and suit, the mother ill a white en a fresh looking girl in Unmet; her teen, wore a blown silk divstand a black, felt hat, trimmed with feathers, set suaru liKu In I' bend Sho evidently felt ihe ,d windsth.-i- t lushed liiiouh the lower part of the house, nil had p'llh-- d aeiow her shuiil I lets a while s ..i -- tcl liieiikfa-- t shawl. don't think that there is anything In tho way of a wrap much uglier thiiii mm of theso i fust sh.iuls; but 1 liked the lifted In girl's nideiendeiiro in wealing it. I will wager a flu bill that there was not another in tho liouv, and, what is more, not another young lady in the house who would Imvt dared to wear one. "In ch ittnig with a friend lteon tho acts I wild, tor want of something ltter to say, 'I wonder if that girl wearsa breiilifastsh.iwl she hUes it, or to tho o rii sho can't afford n clonk.' Ho looked nnd laughed. 'Thut girl could nffoid to wear twenty ojiem cloaks if she wanted to. Don't oil know who she Ui' 'No,' s.ild I. 'Is sho uuybodyf 'Well, her father is; that big, (iermaii looking man sitting by her side Is her father, and his iiiimu is Henry Villard, 'and his busine the Northern Pacillc tall 'load, s.s you nn- - prolmldy awaie For once I saw u millionaire who did not Haunt his millions, wlio wit in an orchestra seat lather than in alKix, Lovi wifo was not sown with diamo.ids, nnd whoso duiiBhtr could wearu worsted breakfast shuwlto the ojiei'ti," A millionaire who, together with his family, could bo as modest us this in tho dais of his piospcrity will find few who will not wish him tho very best success in these daj s of his returning good fortune. Now York (impale. r js'r-loii- al wiTiwi oiii a wtui22&tiam.i maBtsatSJsamfmjg np)K-arauc- e, , r n n s t- 1 WATERS & DAVIS, t rjT'g g- f -'' w B a- n " a. n. ' x tt m tt x. 3 iuca c-- a safo-gu.ir- 1 A -.. ''I" '"; !... h. 1 trTT--H-"J- i "if ir-- x. ir n"nrir tt h-j- i ji-ii- vu naa$m&JL ff4nlm id ' A Hill for Ksir.,000. The fees deiiKindod by eminent New Yoik A prominent lawyers nro seldom smnll. lawyer relates that m a matter of litigation ho recently culled in tho services of a Wall street attorney, whose career In public lile has given him great prominence. Tho affair terminated in a settlement outside of the court, finding which sme dinners were given, nt which tho principals nnd their attorneys camo together. When tho banker asked for his bill from the attorney tho figure wero $15,000. It struck tho man of money (hat this was u i lie high, and ho asked for nn itemized account. The Itemized bill lead ns follows: 25,( To leliilnrr 'lo L'.teuilancL1 on fio Uiuuera at Del- 10,000 inonlco', '.',CU each 1 1 A. B. aniLiu in PHARMACIST, FlMiift (SrS te." ' Drugs, Books, Stationery and rancy Mruuius. fnTilClsoa' prucrlptloni Mcuntel J compounded JEWELER. TJ10 LttTgest Stock of Watohes, (Hooks Jewelry and ailverware liU&t S?l yiM Total 515,000 KTer bought to thlimirkfl Prleei bnwer thiin i the Lowwt. Witehei, Due Itnd md Jewelrjr lieWarrmtwl. plr-- l on ihoit novlta $ ' ,s WOMAN AND 9mnMyirmmiMtTatjm'amimivtAijujrtrji'wMimA 0MMmAm0mMimi.nm,M'rtnnwi'WMmmnAtnftwurimmsinaTMiini0MiA'm iMnwMAHuuruwnffwn MMwtnwMfrrsmmvrnnr How 1'it it you Joe by hnrtrt nnd ntrnttgo torct nrll. Thoitfni pick tip many vices that will Injuro ll.cni in "Tho two nn ii vrcro present. 1 hey looked 110MK. on tho uprou and tho tipper edge and sides of thofuttno. Do you want your loy U grow it cvicli other, nnd ono said: 'That settles It; lell. iTunrin iiiti irii'irm PJLbKJLSES SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE OF THE KITCHEN FLOOR. ('(itiUIni; mill CARE 1riiiii'rinirr A s lnr !oiiir ini'iit .Vlnri Itil Woiiii'Ii'h l.lva-Mllipli' Iti'iiiuitlrs i'lfla1l I'lirrnts ClT ll)til'IM'- - HoiiM'liolil Hints. Sil r Tlit cuio of tlitt kltt'limi lltxir It soiiiptliinit In vvlilrli nil rj'ssl IioiiwhtIvps nro IntPiratisI, for r l.itclit'ii h never nltmctivu vvlieru llili liiis Ihtii iicIwUiI. No iiiutlvi Imvv limit mid if the orderly tlio nwt of tlm r.xuu may I'miLk tlily. tlio iihiiii lloor It not It issiM that it nkvly mj1WmsI ntovi nml n olefin liltrli'Mi fliwr nro tlw Itniljm nf pool IiuiimiwImh, nml, licmewr titin tliis nmy l certain it - Unit tlio earn of tlnw nitlt'lt. gts n Cmh1 tmvntil (jiving totlii' num n thl) t'lt-ni- i r l, tho Mb can Ikj tiiuuncil with woilc or laciv, oi tucks, lnertloni, feather stitch, etc., can b employed to decornto. A neat way to fiisten tho bibs Is to stitch two narrow Immls ulxntt mi inch wido, mid fatten them nt tho back of l tho two upper corneisi of tho bib, pai them over tho ..in 'iildi'r, nml fasten to u button of. tl.o ilres nlxnit half way down tho Uick. Win n the (Ircxs In not fn.toncil Ix'hiinl.cutthc Uunls longer, cross llko braced, and fasten on two buttons, placed nun each side of the button tnnt fnstrns thownUtof tho npron. This npron looks very juetty when innilo in ecru sprlggisl inulin, trinmitl with laee; the bib edged with lace nml the lower edge gath-(leand senixl outside tho baud, so that n frill of laco falls Mow tho walM. Hows of riblxin or ribbon wnlitlxindsiirc added. "With nn apron to inntch n inornlnc gown, tho utter will lavt clean half as long again I'hlla ilelphlii Times. I 1 up pure, honest, sober mid iiiduttrloust Begin your work on him nt home, and keep nt it. Good laws and good sclirxus can never tnki fninlly traintho place of thu ing. Wo ennnnt afford to hnvo a lot of tolmccr brains pushed Into soheart mid conge-ts- d ciety nnd business circles. Tho great problems mid gigantic concerns of this ago demand men who enjoy tho largest measuro of physical and mental health. Wo must have them nt nny cost. If they cannot lx) produced uinhr our present system, let us go bnck In soino drgrco to tho common sense simplicity of our fathers. It will not hurt tho youngsters; it will bo their salvation In more ways than one. Atlanta Constitution. b Mirny vtnmcn, In wishing i vvliii, iiii ttnlmsl soft (HI Door, u tb hot kiiiU fruin tiro Ixillor tlmt is left nfur K't'ttlni; through tho fninlly washing, which is n vuiy jHxir 1, f i tlm ti'ini plan, i of mi. it is it ilirlicii thf llxr if tho Ixsiiils urn nut thoroughly rln'l with plwr watr At theto women think of iinliiK the IxxinU, tho Moors of thrlr litluiis ultMijn hnvu it ilitrk, imratnl fur iiiwuiiikii To ltfp n Ihxir niM ninl f nut mirli vury Imnl work If our ro.mi nlxnil It roM.ly. IU mho to huve n clean llutititil cloth to Nlii with, for tlwiti l nothiiu lik llnniifl fur tlm HlrK, ami "hi lliimt'l niMliTHfiir i jnt the II t Mnter lin lohj lxfn th Mainline ttalllK Mile fur mulling Hinh-s- , nutl with y of KXip nntl eneietio II"' of tho srmhbliiK hlllth Ims often pinvirilel in w hlteliiiiR the lloun; Iwt the Ixnt uiilhHitU liuw ni coM wiiterN tho lwt. Into n fmll of rltwii, ii4i miter put of Hinillotllii. Heei thortwt oughly U'fore isiniiiimrlnic t wioh the llisir. If the Mir it very dirty wnno "Ht can tiwsl, lut usually tur ammonia ii.iilt1rint. ffo wriil.l.nirf hnuli is iieolnl, fur Hi mote tl' mi taken lu plats; and renlly, down in Ulv atnl mind by Uie im ntion of li.Miseholil cans ami labor that tlieir health n thins Ixit IjhiiWi If tilts liiniiil !. i Jiil (be the l,id, mid lu nihliinj; hriuli, it Itiu N(Tiiniilnlieil ami sputU sink stiength ami spirtlatliey grow forwhK-nil MMiMiiklixl DHiielliinK hmiM 1m thiiukrul, f'ir of nil tlm nrtidiw In the 11 Home housewives Miller much lioaaehoM for wast InKitri'tigth.tbe Iiir nnnovance fr ui bad servant, mid some driidi'" i y for whl'h they me untitled. brtith tnnU nt the 1m1. 1 i iii-tiftt-nuinrl-s- iu nionriitiis. pl.-n- t 1 n of Murilril Women. American women mairy too em ly nml live .Many aro scarcely out of too fts'luded. schixil Ix'foro they have settUsI down nswlu nml houvkis'p'M. The cares of u family nre ih'Vohing on them Ixfoie they hao the strength ami nerto to k rfoi m them. Une union that our female ancestor lanted longer nnd hud Iwttcr henlth was that their minds weio not so iiiiirh taxed nor tho neresso highly sti ling. They had the full ueof their powers. Their phjsie.il hisiltli wnx their coiisUtutioiH stronger Thow that had much mental actUIiy generally Imil mlllcletit physlCHl exeitimi to cuiintrilinlnncti it. Moti women know not enough of the laws i hat govern health nnd of ilie ditenses iiii to their sex mid children. How often do mnnifixit'sl by sickly wife uiw eevihmi by n knowledge nof the laws nml mother that, of henlth ami strict ohermice of thm, might Ixi strong and healthy, nml fitted fir her rex)iixill" ninl nnluou The majority f inniTied women, diitiea! with families of small children, need more relaxation and a greater variety of innocent r creation. Mnnvof them ImHiiiieto chnllied I. lien lttr; Tlm Knowledge of Sewing, A generation ago it was thought shocking it a gitl mnrm-- having no knowledge, of sewing. Instruction In how to cut and make her own underclothing, mid to do plain mid lino mending of all kinds, wns esteemed nn Important jxirt of a ioung woman's education. Although sewing machines weie practically unknown, most mother tnndo all their own and their chlldii-ii'and husbands' uinlir-wenr- . Now- - that shopwork has to u great extent superseded homo tewing, It Is probably chfiier for n woman to buy garments than to sx'iid her tltno iu fashioning . them Still, she ought to iosess the ability to do the vvoifc should an emergency nriso that would couixd her to attempt it. Many u girl has ii.ariiislin ntter ignorance of nny sort of sewing lxyond tho merest nidi incuts, and his Ix'i ii foi ceil to teach herself with infinite pnius to fashion the tiny garments sho could not afford to buy. Hven if one has no skill in cutting and fitting, she should nt least porfect herself in all branches of mending, from laying n patch bj the thread to darning stockings well. Th hut is mi accomplishment owinsl by fe7. Nearly nny nun-cr- y mnid will profess her-c- if fully coiuiteut to mend stockings, whoso Intxirs iu tho slmii" of coht.hsl holes, knotbsl thread, and pulleil fubno would disgrace the inerost tyro in tho ait Christine Terbium Herrlck iu Ilnrjier's U.izar. s read-mailu j J h Tbe xinc clenmil T tourlMtl. the room, and, If convenient, work townnl lb door I'm jiTetity t water, nml onljr waab an small a pier of Uw tto-i- r at a lim n yoo ran ronveulintty without doing uniib Itxchlnx Have a dry, Wrnii rloth r.w-rlll- y Uie length and nlrn m for anil with the grain of Hh ImanU If wlpeil HCfOM the lmMnl tlw Uuor in apt to I In nnnlilin; each Mrenky. ieoe w.i.h le-.1 yilO'l I'm j Hi ", til. t Wll, l (loiliUmt will wot le a dark mark tfaetn, which Ukm mrly will le if thtt hi not iloii (Mrefully. Hoiii.i wn'ii, ii )i:efrr a for thl work, while other they rantiot in WW. and would lliueh tnther c down on their kiKi t do It. I'ornwoninn who iimi it n niofi I the thinj; ftr iuh-iiithe klt hen flcwir, or, In fact, nny lloor. Any womini who uui clrnn,!oft cloths and jilnity of mntiMinU water, nml khI mni)) If drMrnl, in iiKipiln the floor, will hno Jint In-iwxt doornclghlxir, ni nice, rlenti whodna-titithe Id way, Uldeii minj;n Ii nml Kreat deal of it tunc lloton lfir tlMrestof tlw Hour llein tin lloor at one rorner of l ninlr tho niovn boulil l tbor-xnh- lr inn - ltwin dei-lnr- rii flirm Itudtt liniiit Coohlin; and 1 einjierunre. The condition of the )xir in h rll(l r iltrel rouiitritx l for tho inmt part wretcheil tliU inno kmrnr mitliliiR of chU'lly the iroM r iiietliml', of pupating fmil, or of nf it. Thc,H n inlc, wmto thu their f(xl fund in extmugnnt ami Injiiillci. oih Hirvnaxe, and then they nx)il lialf they !my thitnigh their culinary Incnpucity. Out t ttMMtctMiilol ineaU mtof nil tuUlndiRMt-lbe- , unpalnlalile fiwxl; cut of the dikgmd which Mich liii'lmront omkiog hrciiln nriw therriiviiiK for drink winch nriiiH thouuMxIo anal ten of ihouwuiU to the miIoiii for com fort ml romixMivitioii. It way cmifldently l tlmt not 10 cent, of the men who drink do m Mthdy Ueutiie tliey ii'lih liipior. When u Mitie loeof dri k exiata It in Rer.ertilly n symptom nf ilww. Men are led to dunk or driven tilths i xiernal condition mit often, ttild liothioc i more conducive to thin ml than the liu'i'ili dieting whii h in tho coin The man who know, nvm lot of the pM'i' that he has ii whoIrMinw, aavory meal nw lilting him at home i not likely to linger nt the I'll xnlooti. life which prows up nlxxit the hitter place N not u natiirul cukUMiieiii m The of the liar tlmt place ah iiii iiltcrnatlre qulto m often an ItecaiiM! they like it. They nro fnHii lwnl nnd rcpul-Mvfrom fixxl, dirt nml tniell; not k dom from the foul iiiiN lms I in then wouienkiiid ly imwiy ninl t mil nnd heel WoliH'ii n.e iliien to itu.ni ly the hipelii ucts of inukiiig lioinrn for their liuntuimlx nml elilUlun. Their inoiiuico of cooking nnd lmtixekccitlng tliwmtM nil their te, nnd they iittiilmto the itinloi in which they to their povcity. iimt full Utck on the sskxm nt u miiico of forget fnlniM. to CiHik.utid Tcncli them or their nt once light U lit in on tin tr dntkciietl llMvi. Thuy then hold n tnli'imiu which will luitig their luifcltdiidi fiom the rum simp, nnd keep thorn nt home, w ln h n inoiv '1 tu-- ciiu thi u itdlillli something liU' n fiimlly circle, nnd tue uui'lt'ils fled, new tmaiii, of cxtemllligthi' wholesome inlliuuce will develop of 'I lie whole character"! the tivetage workiugiiKin cim '"' unproved, (U'.itiil, uneetemsl.hy thUoiio inttuuicutnlity. Teuch thognU toctxik, and itu iiuinuuvidrnlof friction will ho elitnlmitcd from nuxlcrn life. Temperiincc.mid wholesome food nre nnturitl iillles an pnitmr, nnd b: fond i the reut-t- t incentive to drink tli:it enn ! iiiiiih-- I. ily nil means, thciefoie, let the. C(Hilin,; kcIiooIs New 1k Iio:ii tlly nppruveil nml mpportwl. YoiU Tribune. , Mw-rt- ixl leciii tr u-e- fupi-tivu- e ell 1 them-Kdve- f. 1 4 , Uneitll eminent. A pretty nprou U turn of ustml h;iK-- , plontoil into n wnisthnml, with n full bib or plastron fiont, gntlioredut tho top or Ixittotn. The npton Is left tho wholo width of the pools' nt the lower xirt, nnd n Miinll tlojiocut otr Kindiinllyn few inches from tho lower edge, until nt tlio waist the goro rutting U nbout threw iticlns wide. A few pleats nro ilxt'd in thuwiiUtof tho npton nt ench tide, tnnl.lng n hlight hollow ing in tlio crntcr. inch bind for Stitch on n two mid thuwiiist; nw llrst on ouo sido mid then on the other, so tlmt no lough edges nro left. Cut u piece for the bib; tinn up thu loner edge on tho right sliln nnd run lu two gathering thremls. lJrnw up to tibout bi.x Iii'.Ikk In length, nnd tho lower wlge to thuluwur etlge of the nprou liuud nt thu bad;, stitching the upper edgoof tho band to tho bib, so n to hldo tho upper row of gathering thread. Turn down tho upjxr edgoof tho bib two inches on tho wrong side nnd make two row inch below the of gathering about one-hatop edge, ro as to Kavo n littlo frill above. Fold iv littlo baud of stuff, six inches long nnd onn inch deep; fix it nt tho bnck, and neatly nnunge tho gatherings on thl, draw-luf- f tl. em lip t" lit tho bund iu length. Son oue-linlf lf Mining to Cimil Ailvullliige. "Never l'tiv anything lxemlw itischenp," was one of Poor Hichurd's maxims, and a goxl one, too. This (Uhss not forbid that foreTlie iiuhxir lalior Tfrml by irrnny AmerWliat atrectx the thought that looks forward into tho future, ican W..1111 u is astomshii'g. Uly iuHueiKs-- the mind When cue is worn ami selects what one knows ran soon Ire iishI and in itated it ct on the otlier Kngh'h to good advantage At the end of a season women umiiiIIv hav' lietter servant nnd inont there are alwnys times when remnants and of tin in. They aro trained thotonghly for broken lota of standard goods may be for n very low price, lecfliie the the sxvnil defiartmenU nf house mid kitchen would lathrr sell them thus than to v. ..rU. Knghsii woMHn walk and rule mote, r con"carry them over" to the next roason, involvmarry later, ami have by nature ing the trouble of packing and unpnekiu;;, Virginia l'enny In Courier Jourst itu' ions lorkisl up w hich might nml of keeping nal at work Mid eaimng something. Thus Limit; llnnselc eer Jliibl Know " 1, giiigiiiiiui, win...ii. 1 hut buttermilk will take out mildew stains. various things of that sort may Ixi gotten That bottle are eaMly cleaned with IkiI iu the fall at a very low figure often, nnd if water and line ruat. ono has children or enn forecast her own Thut ,'. napkins and ohl tablecloths make needs for thes inatei inls she may often buy the very liest of glass cloths. to great advantage. Care should alwas Ixj That it is well to keep large piecis of char- taken, however, to purchase, standard goods, coal in damp coi ni rs and lu dark places. nml not those nssing fancies of ono season, That thne txHifuls of kironlii' put in which will be sure to look very much out of the wash Ixuler will griSHtly nsulft in the hist place tho next Hoston Globe. rubbing. That if the hands nro rublxsl on a stick of Need of HjKlenr. ehng onions, tho smell will ! celery after Ilesides Ix'lng VTill ventilntel, our housca entile!) removed. fliould - full of light and sunshine. Floors Tlmt till will not warp or crack oien If should Ik- kept cl an. and walls nnd ceilings fretheprix-autioi- i is taken to put a siil of water quently freshened rooms should lx into each, (Inertly nftor Ue (uriil-hc- il with rugs instead of rnrjx'ts, that Tlmt chlorxlu of lime should lx) they may lx thoroughly cleaned each week. at least ome n wis-k- , under sinks mid in nil Chaiulx-- r iiteniUaud cnx'ker' should tiokept sewer gnsfs liable to lurk. jiIhcii, wliere the scrupulously clean, mid when Tlmt it is an excellent plnu to lime n"iiiiy windows of sleeping noun should be left Iwdik, to lie oens once n year, when n lok oix-i- i iluiinj the day nnd nearly or quite UichiiMsl or the contents may le closed mav Uat i.iht. lu cold weather on opening tieil in any wny ilelusl. of mi inch nt tho top mid IxHtoni of a window mt Into a Is sufficient, IVrvuis That one sninil of line tolmcc slnull never sit or sleep pail of Im thug wnter and allowed to jwsrtlally in n draught of mr. a cnrst with n soft cool, when put ujkmi Kverv sleeping room shouhl havo outsido brush, will bilhu-- tho colors and remove windows, owning at top nnd bottom, nnd sui face dii t. sunshine nt some part of the day; also menus Tluit lirxotinennd block varnish xit into of ventilation. It would llx'tter for people to any good stove iKilith, is the blacking iimsI live iu tents the w hole yenr round than in some by hiiivlwaie dealets for polishing henttligJ of tho damp, dark places in w hich they aro If properly iut on ii win mm huddhsl in our citlis, vviieru mo no possibilistovex. throughout ii season ties of cleanliness, or pine nlr. Mrs. 12, (I. That table linens should always Im hemmed Cook. M. D , iu DemorcsiV by bund. Not only do tliey look uioreilaiuty, but there is never a streak of dirt under the Ciiiileiilug for Winiirn. Iried ele aft.rMrv W. liiuuiluhif as with machine That unhappy di voice ltweeti I2ve nnd iu (insl lb. use II sewing 12len Ims surely not handed tlovv n to her daughters, for they am today the gnrdenets in the world. It is desiilim simple ltelllei'.'.cs. l'.T n soi-- throat, cut HctJ of fat, Ixmel s lightfully wfiequent hereilKuits to seo city mid gauntlet gloves luii'iii, lpper thickly and ti around the women in ide bending over their garden plots, digging, thro.it with a llauurl cloth. Wlieii stung by a W or n wnp, make pruning ami clipping nwny energetically at i a piutu of common earth nml water, put on outdoor plants "It n joy without canker or cark, n pleasure eternally new." Day by t'te jilace at oiicd and cover w ith n cloth. 1im a cold on the chest, a flannel lag lung day the lovely living things grow gladly under rare and attention. If one be puzzled, rut in Ixnling water and sprinkled with hitd on the chest, gives the greatest frMted, cross orsorrowful.thero is no rinifca HI n bit of honii'lv gardening. Just try (Vllef p'cking off the dry leaves, looenmg the Win n a felon first ltugllH to mako tHken Ismon, cut otr one end, put packed Mirth, hunting for blighting Insects he linger in, and the longi r it is kept there (lid generally doctoring the nilmg shrub, us a ell ns feeding and letting the healthy plants; tho lettr. COttgll, l"il one oiinee of lliixsissl ill n it is like tx'iug gcod tochildieu, they areso Kor n funicsl giatitudc. pint of water, strain ai.dadila little honey, grateful txi iu tlieir jhi one ounce of rock catnly, and the juice of New Orlwms Time Deuiocrat, thi efl Unions; mix and toil well. lrink a (Ills on Horseback. hot as possible. The wisdom of making young girls rido on Often after cooking a meal n ersoii will feel tued and have no nppetite; for this K'at tho right as well as tho left sldo is very oba law i;;g until liht, stir iu a little mill; ami vious. Tho rriwkisliniu which accompanies f llgar, and season with nutmeg. Drink half all one sidisl i xcrcic U n onl-- d. nnd they Ix'tter hoiscnomen Of course, tlilTcr-ru- t nil hour befoio eating l of coin sad lies ale provided, and the old IV i biiin or scild, liialfc a s.iddli with itK two ujinght pommels is moil baking sixla nnd wntrr, apply at once and cover with a linen cloth. When the (pilte di'cntdod. The I'riui'ess of WaUs inskin Is broken, npply tho white of an eg. variable rides on the I ight side, owing to tlio with ii feather; this gives instant relief, as it stiff lira lu hr ris;ht kne, w hich h eTkiits hwr from bending it all. She no longer i Ides in heeps the utr from the flesh. At tho lht signs of a ring touud, tnko u tho How, how over, nor daro tho young princupful of wood d.shes, put in a pan with n cesses rido there. Homo Journal. iptart of i old wnter, put tho pan on the stove, To Have Trettj Teeth. putjoui linger in the xin, keep it theio tin til the water logins to boil, or as long as it 'Tho I'm is l'lnro mv that if you want can lx lKirue. Itexnt once or twico if neees-- j our children to hnvo pivlty teeth you must ry - "I. I.." In flood begin wall the second dentition to pi ess back With tho finger every morning tho teeth elfltli r.iicutsto Hl".mc. which havo u tendency to project forward A ,,. ulatloii or two ago plain Amcii.-uuud to (mil for n mil thoso which tcud backfathers ami nmthers did not entertain tlm ward. As n wash, boll in a tumblerful of fanciful Wen that tho stato bliouM t;il;o water u pinch of ipiussla wood with n pinch charge of evervlxuly'rt education, morals and of pulverized encoa. it strengthens tho gums luibitH. They bellfved'that it was their duty and whitens tho teeth without Injuring tho to keep nil syo on their lioyR, and iu cnes of enamel which covers tho bono. Wash tho mislK'havinr they resoitcd without coiiipunc-tlo- month after each meal with lukewarm boiled to a tough hickory or n barrel stave. water Now Yoi k Sun. Thirty er forty years ago, if n. Gcurgia father boy hud Ixeu told that his sixteen-year-olThe .'plight ri.iuo. was iu danger of having n congested brain Don't plnco nn upright piano with its back from tho smoking of cigarettes, bo would to tho wall. Set it across a corner, the back the youngster out into tho back to Iho loom. 1'lnco n mirror in tho back, havo i yard ami sailed into him with u stick. In dinptsl on either mlo vith embroidered tho-- c das ieoplo didn't npenl to societies or Oriental muslin. Urounn collection Of hand- n Women's I'lu Winn TeinKManco Union or soniely potted Oriental plants in front of this, tlioliglslatuio when their boys wont wrong. and you will havo converted nn essentially They simply made a family affair of it and ugly piece of furnituio into a "thing of beauty straightened it out satisfactorily. nnd u joy forever"' to everybody but your Tho other day w said that there could be parlor maid. Now York Commercial Adver no great iinprorcmeit In morals until wo re- tiser. stored the thorough and eillcicnt system of Napoleon' Tribute. family tsluratlon and government which formerly prevailed. What wo said npplles Perfect lovo Is Ideal happiness; both m directly lo thU eigaretto ovil. If boys nro to equally visionary, fugitive, mysterious, Inexbo allowed to lx their own masters, choose plicable, l.o ve should bo tho occupation of their companions nnd dlsposo of their time, tho idlo man, tho distraction of tho warrior we may rest assured, that tho majority will tho rock of tho sovereign. Napoleon. s nicr-cliant- a I' h. i ' - pos-slbl- o - g he doesn't ilia of fover ho must never leavo bcre alive. He'll have n thousand people here Iu less than a month.1 "The othf r resjiondeil coolly: 'Yes, we'll do him up If ho happens to get well. I am sorry wo didn't him to diotho morning wo found him.' ' Well, tl.it talk settltd me. I resolved to eoi'i' that l'lo'bt. I could not, liccauso I found I wasn prisoner. Tho Indian woman remained awake all night at tho door. Iu tho day time they frequently left mo nlone, and then I tuningcil to get nt the fowl and eat night enough to stnngthen me Thos-s-nnthe husUindof the Indian wotnnnlrept watch. Tho iiextday I was naturally sleepy and slept sou in i ly until noun. Then I nvv oko nnd'raved in ii weaker tone of voice, as if I wero gradually sinking The halfbreed girl I noticed wits sleenln,; .i.l the afternoon. Dcforo sunset sho iivvoke, and her mother said to her in tlio tiiou.x Intigirige, which I understooil: Tothe stMugtr may die night )'u will have to watch htm.' "Tii'-omleplied; 'Oh, why not get ml of him to mull' ' We do not vv sh to lx Ixithered with him fin tlt.r ' "lliej tiiinuiscus.si.sl iu detail my chances of getting well. Tho girl picked up a largo hunting l.nife mid lookisl at mo. Her mother motioned htr to put the kuifu down. I I would havo txen settle 1 then mid there but for that gill's mother. I made up my iniuil to that night, no matter If I had to light my wiry cut. It vvusa bright moonlight night, and I felt that I stood a gixxl hance to have a rl fits bullet put iu iuo at long range iu making a dash for hlsity midlife 'J lie gitl took font near the door, and the otherssixui fell m cep. My I tlio was standing iu tho corner mid my laiv" hunting knife ur.i on the pallet. Why they left tht knifo so neur me is n mystery, uuless they expected Hie use It when eating jeiknl Ixsf. Tacoiui's death watch on mo lxg.ui at II o'clixk I'm- two hours sho scarcely monsl cngrosstsl In her chair mid nptieuusl I icnuiiiH-In thmiglit jicrfcctly qir.et and ut long uitervnls groaned feebly. a If my end weio near. Ik'twecn 11 nnd 1J o'clock sho rn-- s' nnd lcxiktsl nt ino. I dnretl not open my oye. Then she turned nnd walked steuthlly to the dixir, and, to my great joy, ojiem-- it and went i ut. Iu n second I was n my feot, for usuttsl inv idle i nd had my knife action. Wiiu cat like trend I reached tho door nnd stepped out into tho broad glaro of the mixiuhght. Tlio gill wr--s nowhere to bo st en. I had resolved to level my rillo and threaten to luotlifiif sho made an outcry or trud to pit vent my ccax'. I turned to h umi ami leHched tin cor- the right i er, iiitendiii to tun down t the crci-k- . Tnroini! lent lied tho tsifiler from the other tliiectlou jus4, as I did, ami we collided. Sho seized me ai d gave a loud yell. It was all tx sn Wen f me to i elleot. I forgot she was I a vv .I' i.i lii'i isl inv knf t i th" h.l' in hei ixiMitii As slle tell I spiaug ovtr her Ixxly and made for the creek. I beard tho two men coming and know that I could not escape them bv (light. I got behind tho Ixinks oi tl e creek in id shot them both down lforo the." came vti.hm fifty japl of me. I do not know to ihIsiIhv whether they nro dead. "During the night I lied to the south, and when daylight came 1 was many mllen nnay. If that girl Tncoma had not" Canyon Joe's sentence was never finished. The half breed scout who had listened intently, without moving a muscle, to tho cold blooded ns'ital, Fprnug over tho flro that separated him fiom Jcx, ami buried his largo hunting knife to tho hilt in tho heart of tho mun whokillul tho beautiful Taooma. Joe oxplrwl without a groan, and beforo nny of us could iuterpoao tho scout had cut his scalp clean from his head. Tacoma was the assassin'i sister, and ho explained that Joe murdered her in cold blood in the daytime lu order to mako nwny with tho gold dust iu tho house. Tho grief stricken father pursued mid was shot, but not killed. His brother, who was with him, was killed. Tho half breed scout was absent when tho Ho vowed vengeance murder oecurictl, ngaiiut the man who murdered his sister, but had no clew by which to discover the namo or Identity of tho nssossiu. Canyon Joo had drank too much and lost his discretion, or el.o ho would never havo related tho story. Ills body was left on tho mountain to tho vult-mHomer Fort in New York Mail and Kxpiess. If obseeve THAT HAVh ifii mtinwumnMMfttttm M'KOJBERTS & STAGGr, i lao Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, n&vinR iceurd thi services of tl F. KENT, a prac'icU Watchmaker with many years' experience, b11 work will be iloue with neatness and diipatch, fully insured. Spectacles atd Eye Glasses to suit the eye. 'Tn-com- a, MaiiuajA.tiUoBgpfflKiaggAiifaiAjWgi'n M ex-ni-- c o w 9p w fata auJ 00 t- It CD - lts.-pl- o do CO n r U3f KB t: m Ci-- lti H . i i t :kjjgj.A',iRr;aTrrc BE, O. RUPIiESir, tod still rerMTtni; - iniwniwiwimniw i iwmmimimm MKUCIIAXT TA1I.OIC I ha? e rccelTod New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising th? belt in the market, w hich li Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nona ia City or Coumiy Giro nv. n Trial. H. O. JRTJIDXJT3 T. WEAREN k M I 1 o Is-e- ki'-p.ii- mostpn-thusiasti- c iUap-pentHiic- i ple fas.li-ioucs- lloiix-hecpin- Novel l'lilii of It Tobacconist. "That wnl lxv $10, sir," remarked a retail I ibaivomst near city hall ns ho proceeded to wrap up n box of Havana cigars. "How can keep them fresh P inquired tho purchaser. "I have tried every way I know, but somehow or other I never can preservo their freshness and flavor nt the samo time." "Why don't you leavo your box hcre,thenf' "I don't seo hoiv you can keep them nny fresher than I do. I havo tho sanio contrivance that you have in that saucer in this showcase. Hut no matter how wet I keep tho sjxmge thiv cigars dry up In spito of my care." "I won't hot p that box for you. l'llgivo you n fiesli cigar out of n fiesh box overy tuuo you come In for it." "Yes, but I can't nlTord to pay a retail price for my cigars. I smoke too much. That Is the reason 1 buy my cigars by tho box." "There is no need of you doing so. Here Is a littlo look of coupons. There aro 100 In It. 1 chnrgo you f 10 for your 100 cigars, and throw tho Ixxik in. Ycit como In hero whenever you want it uud take a cigar of this same brand from a fresh box In tho case, and I collect tho cotipnus. You can send n dozen coupon around for your cigars by nicffin-goand bo sure of getting just what you send for. It Is tho cheapest, most convenient ninl most satisfactory way of buying cigars I know of, and I am sure you will like it," "Aro there any other storc3 following this plan!-- ' asked a reporter when tho purchaser exchanged his box for tho book of coujwns. "None that 1 know of," returned tho dealer, "but there will lx) lx?foro long. I invented the lilnn, I think, but It is certain to Ixwuie popular with all incn who buy cigars by the box It heirs tlio denier, too, as well as tho smoker, for It holds his trade. Tho sooner the systt in is genrrally ndoptcd It will Ixv better for tho trade nnd will materially reduco tho price of cigars to tho smoker. It has added ono;qimrter to my sales already this year." New Yotk Mail and Express. 1 r, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phretons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf ever.'be-fore- , hides from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Como and see our line assortment before it is broken. .1. All ot work guaranteed as rcprcscn rri. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as II. ClIU;i:,AK'l., Unstouville, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. Route. Qneen and Crescent Railway.) (Cincinnati Now Orloans and Toxas Paolflo Shortest and Quickest Liue to Now Orlouns, Florida, South East, Texas, (Juhfi, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. KKAli DOWN. lVltAlhnbOUni. o.7. nallj-. I ' It E A It UP. TKAINSNUKTH. Ati.l. STATIONS. d lit) Wanted u Change. Mr. Finnl; II. Stockton at ouo time suffeied much pain in his eyes and was forbidden to read. The fit st day that tho doctor giauttsl ,m half an hour with u book hN f i iend- - wire curious to know what book ho would seltct. Olvoinosoinoadvcrtlseincnts,''lioilenuiniKd; (lud explained, as a shout was raised: "Yes, I My wife hti.s nm pining for advertisements, read everything else aloud to uie; but I hadn't tho heurt to ask her to read ndvei tiseinents." lfor several days ho devoted the whole of that precious half hour to advertisements. Tho Knoch. 'I liu Veiitllbxiulst'H Trick. A man was seen lately in Jundon to shuku u prettily dressed child, w ho screamed mckst plteously. Finally ho throw it to tho pave-iiieand stamped upon it, fur which ho was knocked down by un indignant coachman, who then four.:! thnt ho had htruck a with a dummy, Chicago Nons. Ex. Sun. 4 OS No.3. Dally Ho. 5. VMf OMj. fiu. 6 Oilty. Kr. riun No i. i No. 4. OhIIv. ' Hv.6. Daily. Daily. Tm a id C 41 1 m C Xi p in 10 25 a m' C 42 p m p id 9 00 ii iu 7 6j a id LTt...ClDclnnatl....iVrv . ...... 3 18 pin (155am, 315pm . I.filuulon 11 Ma m 7 80 p in, II f UP m ISOpiu 1 '.'5 a in' Junction City . ... '.'.spin 3 10 pin 1 03 p iu a lOp iu 3 10am 9 55 p iu 1 .5 a iu C tfl ..iMkiiaie ui 3 15 p iu' C Ltt p id ..., ltoyce 7 10 p m y W a iu 500 p in Ai't . C'luttaii(-Ja..l.'T- e 0 15 a iu, 6 00 p iu L'jf tliaitacooga.'r? "930 p Li iH 50aui ".' !!'.,.'.'.,.'.'.'.'.!'.! A'rf ..Atlanta Vwi'p'ui ii Tupili Lre flrinlDSUiiiu Tils' alooia J a ill 0 80 p m 12 i Akron York 00 p m ' Ar'r II 15 a iu 3 8 12am Ma in ... MObinl... -..- -... I A'M iDOata L'ip .Meridian ...L't 3 30 a ui 10 10 p mj.- .UrrMlan A'rr " ............. ,.i 3 IM) a in D 3 a in A'it. New OrltansL've 8 00 a in 5 00 p in ItOOOpin A'rv 4 80 a m L'tp .m Merltllsn. .......... . f IS p in Jack-o- n A'rr HMSaiu L'e ..., 4 0 p in 11 (0 a to L'ts Victtburi;.. ,. .... 10 05 a in ., 4 V0 pu L'tu Mop roe . f. r0 a ro '"""'"I 8 IS p id Arr. Hlirpport on all through trains. Manu boudoir budei fclewplnt Cars H. C0I.LBnAN.0enM Til. A Paw. AKt., JOHN 0. OAUl.T.UsD'l Va'a.cr. UCAHiiOUOvU'leupt. Mineral Office, 8t. Paul HuIUIdk. Wtit Fourtti Btrcct, Cincinnati. Ob'o. 11 i 1 . Publlghed TuesdavH ami Friitav -- AT 83 1'BIIAMNUM, CASH. It andentood If we, credit that S1.50 will be and demanded. Stanford, KyM Novembor 8, 1887 W. P. WALTON. GEORGE O. BARNES QOD 18 LOVE AND NGfrHIHO ELSE X11A.ISE THE L.01U), 6ral-cla8 Richmond House, Paducah, Ky November 1, 1887. Dear Intebiob. We are iuot pleaant ''bestowed" in tuie hotel, "far log eumptuouily every day," where, I hope fervently, tbe analogy cease, between ua and the scriptural prototype. The weather is glorious; the Opera Hntiee as near perfection aa one gel In a speaking place; tbe audience appreciative and and the Paducah people, itener ally, "eweet" and courteous. Praise the LORD for sending ua here. The 0 II. hid been previously engaged by a theatrical troupe from TnuriiiUy of thin week till Sit urday. On thoee eveoiogs we shall move into the commodious Ourialian cntirco, whose pastor, Mr. Lowoer, na shown u every attention. He once Hvwil in Lincai-t- er and is known to many of your render We will probably "wnm up" in the Opera Home next Sunday a id "on our way re jolcing" the next day. Our previous programme has been slightly altered and we have about concluded to run down thu C & O. roid to K pier, IVim , instead of down the river, to Fulton, in the same county, aa we did last year We tre ami, his t r visit Ripley, where the dear LOUD wrought a wondroiH work, some nine yeare ago, through our simple ministry, and we have thought it better, on every account, not to give it tbe y this fall. Marie' beloved Rsa can come over from Fallot.; and she will thu sea more of her man if she were of the time bin in unking u comfortable under her hospitable roof. Tnereis no reisoo why P.iducah mould not long ago have become one of the great cities of tbe country; except that she haan't One glance at the map will show you her magnificent position. Tnink of t'o e mighty rivers -t- he ty'iiuiherland and Ten nessee -- draining the territory of a little inland empire of such State-- i as Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama; the former debouching 12 miles above Paducah and the latter emptyinz her limpid waters into the O Tio at her very door. I do not know any so magnificent a site, commercially cpeak ing, for an inlanl metropolis. I think its binm" is bound to come, unless "all signs fail," as they do at times, Mem while, she I y eyui-pathe- tic; better not venture out into that county till his Southern railroad strikes it and gives him handy egres', lest some ol my darling "desperadoes" temporarily resume their abandoned habits and persuade him to recant. The British sparrow U in peculiar f.rce in Paducab.. We have an interesting colony of them near tbe hotel, and their audacious, cherruppy wars are a perrennial source of amusement to us. What a bird it is! In its way I know no stronger "identity," linking the Anglo Sixon with tbe seed of Abraham than this tiny fowl. Originating in the Em, whence Israel came; following, surely, the maron ol the tribes across Caspian wastes and fertile Europe, to the 'Western Iles," prepa ed for God's people to rest in, mid grow into a conquering nation; the eptrrow clings to the t'ace with a laving tenacity dial nothing can shako ofl Its very characteristic are peculiarly those of the strange people, of whom they seem to be a ''part mid pir eel." Aggressive, c iiirageou', tenacious; born colonisers; plain of plumage, but noth ing shabby nbout the silid brown and black fettlienng of this singularly comptct and sturdy biri; voice, n anarp, deci-iv- e tenor; eye saucily assumptive, an J in iusirr untiring. It is a Briton, from the tip of its strong little bill, to the extremity nf its fluttering g o: it ctive, little tail, and tti cU Vre not five s,iirrows feel. little sold for two fartliiuc?" tells i how pleu tiiul and cneap they were "Tne sptrmw hath found a place where sue can build her a neet, even thine altar1' tells us how strangely fttniliar ami intimate the habit of me little creiture were How well I remember the iiiutiuieruble hordes of llieui thai dtwli lu eu titueil lam liariiy with us iu India. 1'tiu out iiou-e- s swarmed with themauil even our parlor, Utuiug-ruufavuriie and bed ruuui plate, wiit re li.ey reared ttie.r jiiln.; n n u.e iluur waiuhiUk: uieir u,jpuriiini,y Ui. 'Weill to iltri 111 WiS Opened lor hinl out, lueui Upni) innr own It hiii.'h .n) ij.ii Iriglilei'td in the leapt at tne pri.x luily i f ever-hoppinm An exciting and terrifying scene ocE. curred at the Union Depot at St. Louis when, In a swiico accident, several cars bearing Robinson's menagerie and circus UANVILIjE, were wrecked. Ooe circus man was killed and two oners injured. A tiger, two lions, lias removed to hit e'eant now tiullJIne oppo-li- e a leopird and several other animals got the post illctfaiiJ Is belter ttmn ever prepir-x- l loote In the depot yard and there was a to aecomiuoJate the putillo with rt.io picture general stampede and a rush for sa'ety from I'notojraptiito llfdilti 8attilacllon guar, teed. Ooe man was bitten in the leg br the panther. The animals were captured alter much trouble. Feed, Rev Glass, Blanton, i'lunket and AND Devauit dedicated the new Preebiieriar ! enure i at Ford, on the K. C croeemg of the Kentucky River, S'lnUar. Trie Rtijit fers-tysa "The building is qui some one and was erect rl at a i osl of i 100 termi vvuut; i inir uj imi" Paiiiciiii Joii.x it. ni'i:. inn. which was raised ihrougn the .1) iris of ) rjtanloiil, Ky. Blanion, whtfhas billt up at F rd in a few of 35 members and months congregation established a thriving Sunday school - The 85ih annual aeosirm of the S mtli-er- n XAI.lM., ItimiOMi. Kt Presbyterian Slate 8fn"d rl il s meeting of much interest at Franklin. I m is composed ol six Preshylerien, hsa within il ciarte 119 minis cs and lr)0K) .For a gool I' tile coinniiimcanla The next meeting will be And tlean acil well furuin n.l nmuis. Ihl" llmvl bai no aupfrlor. (((! .ample roumi alUche.1. at Versatile Wl-I- y TIUIiefilK)fi ilay. Phern were four corpse in the hull e nf Mr Tinlv. sn miUs this ils of Cmp Nst Sundav Thev were those Tandy "nil child and Mrs of Mr A1' "ir-p- t Dil'l Tuilf s.n'1 chl'l one of siuveBora to Uallere A (.'ochrau, Lebanon Standthe children d'ed of flux. 513 4tti St, Louibvillo, ky ard -- Fifty four with armed puicemen, Winchtsier rilles, are quarternl in th Cm THE GENTS' FURNISHER j ul, where thev will remain cago tiu'il alami .;i:.ms niii rm: ter thf lltli met , the dsy eel for the exeI.MHt.N 1IMM.1S t.llJMHtV. cution nt the Anarchists IMIOTOGIlAPlIElt, vv ky. H. FOX. AII an U jruyvL, j1Sj!j A W Furniture, i Livory, Training, : SALE STABLE clr.io.Ta'.r.r.k 0J-6- Cases, Caskets, Robes. Fulland Complete Stock of the above and price as low as too lowest. DESei Stanford. ii WILLIS HOUSE, B. K. IiVlEIARElV. J.B. WILLIS, Propriotor. INTESV- - FURNITURE STORE MACK IIITIWMan, Proprietor. ! hel'-vil'- o, WOOJ) WAIjLACK, t. .up m ma ji ii w . r y ri.Tia Asy atSsm LOCAL "OTICES W Buy your sch iol b ios and scli.ol supplies from A. R Penny A8K your rocer for the Cincinnati B sling Co. 'a crackers and cakes. W aichkx and Jeweliy repaired on shor otice and warranted bv A. R Penny. A OdMrLtTTK stock of jewelry, late.t A. vie. Rock ford wairhes a spprialty. R Penny. c MoAlisier The firm of Penny dis'olved, Uih hCi'oiints re readv I r pule uienl. C"iue hi once anil "ertle. Y 'U may ha-in-- New L'hotoraipli ()pnle Femsli nr. CUlui 27. II Ijallury H. I til., liiiitv'P'irr ! ClejCs. i'aII sn.l lamlne J( ,.r J u mi Mli.Utwuu my kuar-autt.- 1. wmmN 11 Ti' y J. H. THE ai C. JOHNSON, aitl.1l-IIi- BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Ifililllt. w lurs. unit ..,. II ! III hIuiijh liV' oil liiiuil I nil'-ri'tlit-r- I... I...I.I.Ib lne-i- l ilml I.. ,1... illlliui I 4JihmIn. il litres mill 'l''l llnv (' I'nriil 'ty prlfts ulll lie us Iimi .. k. Iltl hcII litr 1J.1 ilntu Hit' Iiihi-m- . .....I k. ii lti a i;..kI ttiM'k and an wiiramiti lo.loau) kind ot aork In h' line t prompt j and in ih m. inter Hue aim a ( 7o tiiai. ".i ip on I.atiasier at. t la now kirepired DR.S. I'li.vsiciaii (HBee -- C. DiLVIS. mill .i ti.iehr-ad'- Surgeon, s ul Mt. Vornon, Ky. .1 u go-b- n as pronuired, when he dripp-- d n.) iff I s ihcar trsrk" on l'h in hspp r nn ' lis rut", "trav tid-hclimes srd nnilor plpnrer tnp "Only a little iparrow . is a modest town of 13,000, with miniiestlr Thlst jiowder nv r varies A marrM ol purll) Counlwl ol low degree, "great expectat dm" iu lie way of an imMore Mxinomliki streiuth and wholemien". Taking e thought for he morrow, than thu ordinary kind ind cm not In- - soli mense expinse of tirnad streets, sparsely For thedesr I. IRD caretbfor me. of ow teat .shon (timpetlton with the iiiu tlliide welgtit oldonly to um or pnosobau. .iwlers I fly to the thickest Io'et, built up and admirably McAdam zed, quite TnunKt Te, cans. Kovai. RtKl, I light on many a spray, ample enough to hold ten times the populofi Wail itr.et New York I have norhi-- t nor oiiim", lation, if densely filled. I am told that Hut I never loso my wy, McA.il-amiisthere are over 60 miles of betutiful I (old my wings at IwllUht, "drive" within the city limits. The Whfre'er I chBr In lie. For the, Father Is always watching, yellow gravel coating of tbe broad thorAnd no harm on come to me. oughfares gives a peculiar coloring that is MISS SALLIE nARRISOiN", Only HltU snr'nw. quite uoique It is as near "goldea streets" Counted ol low degree, Formerlv ol Sa .ford, hat opened a I'urchailnii as one "an rind in these sub solar latitudes. Anencv i t'lncl .at aid all orders to her at If 7 But I know that my Father lores me, and pruiiim Wet Sthatreet, wl reolv Broadway, running back from the river and Have you lew faith than we" attention. Sue will iu.( a soecnity of Dre-- i (Joj.1- -, hut will reoive nrdrs fur Furniture, t miles into the countrv, m a bus line, is the Ever in Jesii, dm O I!arnfp. undin faet everytn.ng one cimiM with Trie street of the city handsomely and solidly atn.iMo! lue lail-- s ol this acliu enp..clally f solicited. MT. VERNON, RnKmsTLE COUvry built up for four or five blocks. Outside o! this, and a few fairly compict cross streets, The Le.hs.non F.nt',e , , pa kin of the work "straggle" is the word. Yet, so firmly is on thecouaty rouls ntv 0im mirsthii 5Ui0l. tbe prospective future greatness of tbe city calls to mini thj fict an' our county Is vlrtuilly I an daily opening au elegaut Itneut .Spring and without a roil l,v. a it lir tint mater wttbiiit tSumiuur Mlllluer), including all rooted in the minds df the people, that, uo roala Imteail of roals Ksttlair bitter they ae less sharp necessity compels a sale, every worte than tbey were s.nie vea s a;o. Tnls atate The Latest N jveltiflj of the Sa.taon. body wants to hold on to real estate for the of attain li tall to have been bmuht oi hy v.irl Also Notions, sued as Mandkerunlels, "good time coming" Tne posioflice is an oiis bills put through tie legislature by our repre- and Cutla ttujniug Corsvts, Hu.tle,., etc.Collar Yon sentative.. It lacMlino-- ful the U ai II uo-- r will Hud me at tbe rooms Intel) vacileii by tui elegant stone building and a $100 000 h -- itands J I recta that a tax U) collectel Ux ro.il purtiouiM. le. .t Warren, next d h.r Ui tie My-.16M.111 tel is now going up, where our tiust of the poses and tor this re.on sraeu a una is sum uou-- tl K ,i TK IHIWKH.t II to work tbo roals, hesiys tnere It no law to Richmond will opsn up in in late spring compel hliu o work then. II tho law Is on tbe or early summer of next year. books foi taxln g t r r m I purposes, wny dou'l Iuh The meeting of the Ouo and Tennessee prnpe officer 3e tut it ia execute.!? Uo iney waters is grand. Paducab fronts the rJuint aland oaok beet lav turn litvit ween objections ttia iujsi property, as na of junction, with noble wharves on both raised by tho.e wno OqjI risJi next to ajlnoli APOLLO rivers, roomy enough to hold any number boen cbar.ci by suae? Co lurther toward thd dralopniiiat of a ouiity of puffing monsters that mav throw out than anything lso. It nai li.'eii slic.ih(J b theii cables and seek a mooring. At pres tome that tlM prohibit ry Ihjujr Iiwj ot tne county be repealed auJ a high lied id bill su uiiiuuiil, ent both rivers, elsewhere, are very and tbeproc els met etch year, Iu counwetlou though no particular shrinkage in either with a a.uall In, towards bull Utii iurniU.u ami manifests itself at this point. Improving tbe county roaJt. It is '.rgjof that "Tobacco" is the talk here. Every place w tulu ton yoara oy aloj tug tuts puu a gioJ must have its pirticuUr topic of absorbing turupiku could bohutlt tbrou, . tuu uoiuty witn various braucbes to Its dut rent o.liu. I'da interest, and the weed, by all subjbtit sjould badli uasui aud l ive,tli4led, aud Tho Boat in tho save man and that awful worm, which, in there la no doubt a. to wnatlim ueueiiuui rojjlts common with its hungry confrere, chews it will b wbn jnce we bavo estiuils'ittj goi rada whenever it gets a chance almost monopo tbroutjhout tbe coutty. WORM'- Hz the attention of the business men of Death of a Former Lincoln Cunt Man. Died, U llcaile county, Kanus on thd McCracken. The great hogsheads of "leaf" Uct. ..3d, I887, Hlljlli ituuulstn Decoaivd roll in and out of the long ware-houand wai born in Uucolu cjuuty, Ky., Jau. n, isia the accompaniments of long-tailSuiul for Circulitr, drays, aud waa at the tlinu ol Ills deatli ui yuara and nlue' long suffering mules and perspiring and inonthsold. lio bad been a eoj.istiut member ol ' Uhanii'Main, shining faced darkiex, give their distinctive tbu Misiiooary llapttat c uru i a ir th m Jj yoara aud item be truly aald nioue erer ItVtiJ a more bustle to the business portions of the place. pious aud upright life tluu ue. Aa a husband - Ky. Loulaville. More than 20 years ago I preached and father ho wua klud and loving; aa a citizen for good Brother Hendricks, of the none Cjuld say aujbt Hl life 4 . a happy ona Presbyterian cburch, iu Paducab. Qiiie a but the tlowure upon the pndrlo bai scircol wim. number who beard me trim, remind me of ered until a languishing dlsuasa overtook him aud the meeting as they greet me, after service, death's Icy Auger toucbai Uiuj aiil lio was called lu uls home, aud bow approbate it aoeius that bo in the Opera House. The old man still should havu beo'i callei to his ctern.d lionu on I have rll'ht to ae'lj tho survives, making Clarksvillo, Tenn , bis the holy rjalihatn day. He had Oeeu a cted lor Washing bought thif am now pret.areii JoFl irence M.rhlnean.l firnlsn Irxi the headquarters, and preaches here and there, the last three y ars so as to be utmost entirely all who may with to aave their clotnua pr lUbblugand tearing inctden to tlmn(d ocetanl as waning strength permits, though without confined to tho houso and fur the la.t 39 days to wasulug Take one (i I try It hud he convinced, his bed, but through all this aiillctiou be waa I'll not worry you ,b.)nt buying unless you are a regular charge. neer known to murmur nor compialn, but boru fully satliflodH! to Its murlu. , fneuudersigtied, huvlng puiictn)icil the Florence Speaking of orthodox Presbyterianism, I them with remarkable patUrae. Uuo of his great- Waihlug Ma"nlne, aodjllera thorough trial, we est cotnforta was to read hit h:ble and witbln tbe tako pleasure lu. adding, our IbetiMiouy as to Its was reading in the Courier-Journ- al a speech last eight mouth had read that hook entirely worm, aim tvunout nvsiratton prouoinco It a by Col. Bennett H Young at the Synod, In every particular, doing- alt that Is claimed through. He left Kentucky six yoara ago and it; lately held in Franklin, In which he cooly came to Kansas and had since uiade his hoiuu with forWin. Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Or. Ilourne. asserted that Preebyterianlutn had evanael hla son, W. U. Hutchison, and lamtly, He leans Mrs. 4. I. Halter, A. U. hint), Bill Peralna Lewis Dudderar. J. K. I.vnn. L Ls Dawaon. C. hed dear old "Bloody Breathitt." For ley aT,chll(lreni four ol tbem in Kanaaa and one In Mra. Amanda I'oak, iJeorgePdytou, Alex Vannov. lloliz- ' Colora',' tul legrandchlldreu. Two companions law, C. O. Field', Albfrt uam Inn, Him Kalnes, it.' I Cheek, I think that rather abes the in lile.nd one daughter had preceled E. Harrow, A. M, Felaud and manv others. bin. to tbe peachea." Don't you? The colonel bad grave. 31. EI.K1S, Bkttii. Headquarters at ti. a. Myers' store. il I rememoer during iur lei eiu uclr nc amused nliU ueu .uiicntd idc .iri- - to e them unltxrlugiy ii.ii niwti m nit- - iliunei table, whllei Ati were iu Kill pi)' ol Kuile nud fork, -- uit.c.'i t frgmeiii ..I ureii iii u uk q UcKly neek tne tup ol 'lie dour or ul a vacant ctiiir to Uirciien li nl " 'lire lilen Our CO iiitV, lieir by. nve loiiml A tire Imp eli Dare did he.it-, It iu filled wnh uraiil i.ii! have whicn thf eims of the hufont j im tallin. HiindrtdHul me nher'ntn i -' eit-- ..ml fellows hitve laReii up t heir ae making ""'I "nil foe iu p, r .o i" wuiier. l'hey iwitier slum meir in le hoiuenold arraogeuient.; tig a occih- i n Ij -i inher malie it up and to on in I was orrv f ir the) CiinionHti Mrro. .v II is plain but r peclable uniige nd ered with the crime of em be iml t ' r I r. t coal dnl, until h 'o ked ltk w i.iM w person" I" anlei he'l"iin ds have called htm a regulsr "li'il rigpr" his hri hi But his chirp was s his u isliaWen iiirii"-- " isv It r ah-iUcei-el.-- uiaiikiixl i.ner iai. iietuieoi and the fill; .Tilt'i', II t li yrar-n- l taiiietu ui in iu aiM.ut .1 K.t h r by t, in hh-i- . m,i.i:. ith: te wt t tug ia ot r, loi r Ihl. 1 .u aUtiillM , Cy (nnreon-tlll- l 1 toe l eest ....r ll (.'77 eiill.ill kUen It. ditea-o- chl lruit h'.re r 1 7.1,1: t ts - 77-.- 1t r.. .un:..nl, - XKWi'O.WS. HOT HI MT Vb'UNON, KY. I hi-o- ld JF'OJC 3EH.023.X. Dittliiii'i llnnf ami .Vire Hoom iilaln(ltt I(.1al in llutl"iuille Hu lianr He treet, nei Mam. fnrr I, .t a' tUnliii abd fiiai.ie It is a ery tiinah e plar tu run n.i.aii tiure I'.n ua ur .I . .1 -xl-sa-a- M.I tin-- lhirnlU - W ri jrO. .tla-aili- r. r. .rtvi Mi nit, vto't, Vernon, rj LOivllON KY. silll mail repii'an.n I'harge reaauuai.'. lu lie ira'ellag public. li- -i imi w Helel Is ill e Simuld be -1 ferd for Ihk1 Mill! Friend MAKES 21G.lt II in. II llu.Ujim.lr, tiy lllsllltr. ' .i.irjisox hoim;, r.B. RILEV, Hrojirlotor. K iiIxIi.mI fi fc ?j SJ Sob et e fcH if ii & 'MJ7 B NJ & s:--j 1 23stray in, ....I. if... I t .. 1 a....... Ciue n-- l chr; iri in hit tar a aS.ui thr lel.l.lle of uait Daner ail k,ei lnui iiy paycig lor lot nu'lre and UmmI .1 atmr S.I I ,t tl, It. I II 27i.tr Near iV'aluul Flat tt.l llirmi mill roiiiiiiiiililf iirli-ilnliiHri- mel liy inllc Vint il I . - lliiironclilv ii.miii.mi iiiki urine. I'lril-rliitna ,SY aiiaanai i3P 6 WW OS" H Hit) unit Hlulil Jti7.io (are w vl s2 ioiiilnr IIiiiihp I'tirlrra nl Dili PBNNY, It m t iikW y d.in IU M7 1J h wi Absolutely Puie. -- a fttr .i..i.itia U'furc confinement. To M.Tllkiia," Uiailcl free Uiulirixui IttulUaTuM CV, AUaL'-a-, (ia. ' '. DK, W l IlHTlr.K detiriulutl logo We I, I my n plaie i.ear I'reailiertTlli., ub tliet'rah HrrliardA l.anteMir lurrpikc. eil to the highest lildder, on 1 B IICl.; xliint ont )eS i til, Srarii, tvu ' ... lll'I'I'.MAN, . . Kxaii't'.v iaa . . tithes Mtu'h side Main, two doors al.ne drpnl st On TucHday, iNovoiubor - All of my ptrMiuai tire will bind llu'M- 6 bin, I pun of c M. ti'li-lloi-- e a )ialoi.l, a Maiet, uiih earing i '.,iif, a pairs a or k Mule. in hOae" SiLil i jr. ri old, Vyeailu.g Molet uue X.je.r-iik- I .la. a. i '..lej 01 w..k I 'ml , i iumI milt -I.-- )ia i .,r., I 16, 1S37, coiislflli.g ul nam. iv Nmary ''li bill d PlirCaa'aSlll AaMIC.y! loi,.1l'i.ii.', 17 fai 1 I Dais. I .ii., I nala- - Ikap-r- , UfSir on Lantaiter street, est dooi to Inia-aloHa; Hake I alirai I vjr.liiiin Vlul, .... i 3t ot hlarksiuiili'a Drln Jot'aiat orhee. I) Ore hours Iroiu 3 to 12 a luiU, I m.. ui lrlor urn tur I Organ, I tew- - M.and I to a r. m. Anealhetlts administered whrr ' ii.g Mai blue, gnltreM itouwitold and Kltctieii Mliuliute. hariuiu, luipl. lueiiie, lw tuih.ls of V uet,7& liir.il. 01 t'oru elid 50 bushels I hia lam-I , Waiter A Hi, a IUal .ui i .S h.ail ii Nu. I t.. Ihdowu and M Hlg., JO -- hm.s, Hu.l Mium. mufw '1M-Iy, AYRES& GIVENS. ATTORNEYS AT. LAW. Sit Fifth Htiret LOUIMVII.Mi, j Khejk m. J rl Itowis TIN. .t aiel a. ('ruwle (IQO-ly- .t U. not-lie- jno. rxakiKt ar-t- -- r oiin mat amount atiioitoliilug unuihson liud ppmv l i! cent r t ir .iu dy of .air, iwle .mi ..cuitiy to be ii. -hi r In-- s All auniaol Ii0 ai.d under, ra.h In hand G. . .'Gi-t- Bale II K"'. ill b. giu HDjII ir pinerij UKXKDICT cV CO., "i K.rrrKt. Had Pump ' HaoiillKaii, Kr May, 1W7 Albright A Martin leg to IhIikhi IhiHr maay friends ano ruiloiu.rs ol lie chaiig" In Arm name ' I' Joil. ,I.MIv(miV, Autlio er, ! i lomtiy Is lemov-- d at loo In k. Well Drillers at laitori prl-i- Adjuster!. arWell. ll.l led tooid.r and pump, furmlshid . - ..... M Adaiiiiislralr'.s ati' AS LOl'I.S.V llliKliCL, I Tne new firm hos in' only to sustain the rep-- ' utatlnn ii f tbeol.l tin lutein-tmae mallT liu- ""iVr',"n; "n '"i"." ,",",1"f" ""r "' M w"'7' titmun.. r.. bra'.dt ileroiesiiee alatltntion tu our Natural of Keiilm kt'a tei leaf Thank. ug THU fir pasl fatura arid asking lor a (ontliiuatl.iii of Iran. IUairlfiiiy oue re remain o f I MtltTIVal- - ITHIilS. a ill tell mi Uih p.einii a H miU. ennui, on thu l.auca.lr pike, oil A.MilriUtratorolii W K.lg Her a.l, I rih o. Crab Or, M - EH a- h'Ba1k1 2 rta 91? aa fa max l r, TUBdDAV, M nea I KICIIMIIM), KKMITKV. aii IT n.ntii, .i n:nnts. NOVBSIB-illS- The Ful oa ng l'oirly. - i)f.5lA..Slaifc r.l. I on in ul-- i r 'i..t. in k. lug i I r.il'a tty Maiiihrtin) King, I )tair w irk uiul-- a; t ratteiiltig le -; ot of Mtart hii I pl4; 8 o bualieia nl $ atatka of hay; oil-- ; nf con., In huahela Itai aiiovaa of ludder; wagon, buggy, farming u it n si la, Ac I ! ., extra g x ra '.r tl lieilmg eatile, ' ni.r- Photograph! in all ityles and lizog. Pictures in India Ink Crayon and I mi ch towa, Watrr Colors. ny VVaikt r' I year I 1S87, , A1TTEH' -- CHICKEN sMI ti!Jm New designs lu Fra ues an t I'rlie.. Mata Jat very low i0l ly Cholera Cure! lo, 1WJ IF on-- 3Ei.o3at. Tho Farm of ThrooHuadrod AereH With a Vo t Improvement' .i . To tho Citisou of Linoolu County: lh i IIhtIhh rtTnt'T 'I" rente - I lirtue . an I a i u v.-- i Mry filial tnn ti1 I lh ,, (l hud mam ' "' -- A tlVH-th- lliinal witn lamd laiuo' acr.l Hiiiiiin writs nn. 3laul..id, Munk, ,yo v Jul aid u ler eajh In tul ill months, I'.ui.ierJ a- liialsl omiiiii l.uii..i, it tif tnl ii I fi nlMMi ttm Ho i ' ' " ''"i A'luir. ' PUBLIC SALE MILL&STOREPROPER'IY I morn-iUjE- the lug .eat ni nk..r p I e of line W uve aod'tl hiihm n.w mai lilne'v t ..nr i .rn met depirmiMit and ci'inow make m ml jir.y it iiunot ba ivi.ild lt ah) inner Mill i' n Ticinitv Wh Mill it a tria In OU' tl nl r an1 III meal ill pariuient. All having grain iu our Hi. lor ale will (ilHiaer.ll at .Mill, where, our agent fan he fo.lll.l at nil II 111. '1. wli t w II Hlf.i the te'a pilo a lor saiUH Bra d and ship 'iirt alwiiya In .lock. II'. .V. 1'IH'IH. stiii't. Maulord llill.r Mill Co. -XM-tf wa)Kf wlllll rk(1 , , .lu tlllil aail.t alia itmul we are . JO,ir ,.lltn, ,h,, ao.l will wral H.l Kirn I ,,,,, it. w.' thin, ihrt m i iM't cHiMtr prl e taTlalll iliaa aalllu V aa wi (Iiih It Mtiv Ih .Ur t .Mill ti II lit iu tit i.l i ' I Ilia tne ai I VMutalajp - mm teajS: J2aSc,r 2S, s s f-- will aellRt public mi lion on the priiiiltm, nil ed Thursday, Novombar -- ortho-doxical- ly Florence Washing Machine. 111 sue-ce- - l ThefollowlngileMilb.il Ni.rtli I oiling K.im ol llravrl i5 ncn atallon, on tho Knoxirllle i he ul the I.. A N It. It , In MaMun Cnu. ty, j iinitriiieiila are.' u M " alili' A ."4 a ury e'uniH tlrlst nii'l Fluu Haw villi atlACt il, auaiu lower, iIoIiik a K "'d una- I aim Ineaa Htid iu gooil running order. A n. 8 ore billitlllg, i'tam Irel. l lj al..ty Kf.iie l)w lllng six ooiut hul pstalrs mil down; two talrw.ira, coo.) cl'lerii at the door In. Ti'iie. ment llousea, a ti.. 1'r.ime It rn, with staining for b bind ul hor ei mn I'rlh lor fioO bar eltof O.in and other Milldl gi .ot here iiienll mad, to- .mul, more nr le.a. gchui wl'U 5J Acre. The abuvH proper!) M w.irthy the attinllon of I um deter mined In sell, go high or low, j liuyma, us at f bate lulorea'a In .lunula th.it douiiind my F.ir liirlniT iiartlrulars. call ' on tho owner, who will .e loiind at horns on day and Saturday 01 en link, or ad.lre a it VII H.&sll O OJl.i ,Ky. . 1 .11 17th, 1837, realeatate, alliuli-i- .uibe' mllia limn ink Itlrn, l K. i MYERS HQTfiL. STANFORD. KIT. 8. H. BUHNStDE, I'tiiH - Prop. ' Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still KaintainB ita HiKh Roputation, AN Tho ii s.tn ds of dollars worth of chitlcnvs (lu- every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chit kens than all combined. Hut the discovery of a Tcniedy that WtYi euifs it has cen made, and to lie ron vinced pf'ts eTicacy only requires a trial bottle is enough one hundred chickens li is guar' anteed If,' after using two third', of a bottle, thd buyer is not thoumglilv satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, retiuo it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. other-disease- Also a Stockof Merchandise at Private a Sao K y t Its Proprietor is Determined th it Shall be Second to no Coantrv Hotel in the State in its Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Onesti llaxaage will be conveyed to aud from the free of eharnr. Hperlal acrommodatlor,' to Commercial Traveler. Tho liar will alwayt iipplled with the eholeeil braadsof Llginrs and Cltari. ForsalebyMcRoberta A HiapR, Htunloid. a afSrTurti r Will invoice between J 000 and Iti.OOJ: or wIL epjrate tbe itock to suit purchaser. Condltlun made known on day ol sale. Hao will umuuence tlo clock, 11 .1, C. IlLaUKiiiooK, Auctlomer. liratel awitch, V J tiittJM'i; W h.i.o tol.l ci.ntl.ltt. aMt.an.lln evarir ia. .1 ti'iKltcnaaiuftctUu. wM Urdoalyby tba Aleattt .V Ll.l, fllriiiiCtiaUUCo. llu.l..n. N. Y Claolncatl.BSBHI JSjawuu.tiei.M doi ttW faCT ass alrlepira. T Til 6 lasfl lUTH. We t tjlllly tu oitim.n,! nuiliallirla, temntr knuntiutf.rlniih.rt an. I l.lret, ohtl y Druflitt, 1 file. 1. OH. ..". j.