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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887111501 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 VOL. XVI. Mt. Vfhnon'm new paper, ihe Mountain ! InSntml, in out, unit hriuifull of news miscellany. It editor, Jaiue teresting Marel. ha been there belnreand known exactly how lo oiler In the waula of the read inn public. How m manage to do no uiucli I" a wonder to all who are acquaint ed with hix work. In the first place he in dcM)t agent Mint telegraph operator at Mt Vernon. han furniture faclory nod a aw uiill.edit hi paper, end two long letters JolliVAL "'id ore m wek to the Inti-hioattendlo (he Lebanon LWrn WW, beidde ing to nther mallet loo numerous In men lion. With co uiany iron in the lira il would eem Mint ome would turn, tho' thev iloti'i, hoi on the contrary, everything We are for you, I (lone well nod in order dd fellow, lull don't nHMtx yourself and get old be'ore your lime. k -- nun Ittefiit STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1887. PERSONAL Mum I'. Mi Mp-- lonftmL NO. 281. MT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ItttiK Couurd, ol Oreenalur, i via Huwailo llazley MtNNir Smith, of l.tohmond, i Owehn A CiiAio baye a very nice sh Hortment of ninlinn and pHnta pattern on hand now, NEWSY NOIES. i vl.itlnK Mr J II. McAliHler. Misi Lucy Dinuiiam, of I'muville, erdny to enter the Cullee. ) JUIHIK 1'llOMAS ZaNIHVK MOKHOW went home Katurday and ivlurned yeter day. Mil K II. I'oMI.INHON aoil through 8 unlay lo attend the Luire' Circuit tJourt, now in Mh-- e liitle Tit c republican paper try to over ihe Ol'io return lo keep their courage up. after viewing the wreck of ll.eir hoe in New York. Virginia and other Slates, bill with Jfl,(HMI ote le for Former this year lliati in lSi'i they have precious little, lo crow oer even n.ere. I he prn.pect of laying out foor year more in the cold and probably for all lime, tr faring the g o. p. in the faie and ttiey baTe to Caleb at mighty -- mall straw for cotiolatinn in these laller ds of InterTlir rep irtof Hie oummi-ioiirevetlite hoa thil while there wa nal year, a compared with during Ihe pro the prevlou year, an increa.e in ih of rum, hiuhwinee, cologne spirit, ductlon a de X" , of I,'i.7lrt i Hon, there f Bourbon and ol 3 7M527 gallon rye whikir ami alcohol and the total de' crea-- e nl Ihe itirll withdrawn and lax p,ld wm.4,l' 77 i' all. m- -. I hl look, like uiuno In demand the elull I nnl - '"( falling into innocuous bol dfflle'iide. 'urll euuia up the re 1 UK New Yurk v l'relderil l'leeland will .lilt thu Mr. Blaine he reiHiiulnaled hi hi pally will not lie reiiouiinatn! by the republican. Mr. George will i"l conlrol the elefiloti pivotal Slate. Ne "rk Mr I livelaiid' friend have hail a coin I hey are entitled lo the plele triumph. lln.ver I leveland is IIih ttriary. liiiil.ol U lllaine indeed lucky man anil Jam utuy lie mil lo - a ''ead eoek in llie pl. er al brti a pretty netie from Crab Orchard, ha been with Mra. Dr. Carpenter Midi. Omjkuk Mi i.irKK ha rcturn-e- d M irlba McAllalvr from a lll to Mra and famllf , ol Danville -- Mils C A Cox tin none to Upton ritle to vtail hr oii, Charley, wno baa Iheie. tone into the dm.: biline Dit anp Mil. L. It Cook, of Hum ide, and Mra Montgomery, have been on I to their brother, H. 0. Owen. a Mlis Ida I'kkwitt and .Mra. Join Finiiell,of Kirkayilln, and Mr. ISroaddii, ol Madion, nave been viailltu Mr. W T lo ar -l e"inn. Ihksk Uil.l.loN, You will nive cot by payinir the account you owe the firm of IVnny A. McAlialer if churche. The fro-- t of I ant week Injured the late you py before Dec. 11. " cotton in Texae, A niOOOY triuilu occurred in Limlon J. W Uivrtn batightof Kvan Lyon 11 Sunday between the police and ociilnt in cotton mole 1 1 J hand high at $80, which 4U ol the former and 1M0 of the latcounties in Misourl have ter were injured. voted "no licen-e- " with a majority of -- ,8'20, and 13 countie voted for license, The K. C ha dioontmued ila fail train K. K Wright iNr Sou sold to Jno, John to thi point nnd lhniixeil train which deon 9 nead of 1,500 pound cattle at 4 cents, part at 7.20 A. M. and return at tl r. M i the only one runtiinj here now ou that and a car load ol Ing at j cts. Six inctie of enow fell at Warren, I'a., road Friday night. Oil City, on the Allegheny A DPU'ATi II from Cbnrlivtnn, W. Va river, report a fail of four niche-- . of Itarbotirville, ay that W, W. Tin-leThe Crown 1'rince of Oermany is dy Kr., wn fined 1600 in Ihe U. S. Court there ing of a cancer of the throat, eitnilar to the for lorini:. alterttu' and counterfeiting a one which cau-e- d Ihe death of CI rant, liaper with Ihe inleutinn of delraudlnu the A cablegraoi from Shanghai ay that uovernment, are mcreaaing and the flood- - in Hon-N'a- n over 1,000 Chinamen baye been drowned. Some viiouav iienple are Kiini: about A "UeritTe poee pul 80 ehot into Robboriin; for tea here, hut it will he hard for ert Underwood, in lay lor county, when he tho-- e who would have to furni)i the ducat ran lo prevent arreit, Killing htm inatant- be induced to do o There baa been -- Jame Fox, the well known comedian, dead. The City of Wellington has 188 iree lexlyr -- Clara Lotii-- e Kellogg wa married ha been lodged In jail al Wllliain-burrf- , Wednesday lo her manager, Carl Slra for ewirxllliit; the L. A N. railroad after the eyemug concert al Elkcompiiny out of conlderable auui by mnk in fnlne entrie on hM time book and then hart, Iml. N xiSundiy at 11 o'clock Kev. 1 G, ulaiidini; in with the men when they drew will preach a rruion appropriate to the pay they hadn't earned T nnd earnetly invite a full I'linOood Templar will meet in Odd alleiidxriCH. on the Fellow Hall next Friday nit'hl at 7 nclnck neighborhood, elected coroner A feico named Fletcher killed a ne 'eui icralie tick- -i ni LTliea, Iowa, Ual week, lo tranntct aome imporlant buine and gro nl F.ltztbethtown i.ml deiamped, bill -- Mia. Li.ik I'AiiiH ha voile (o Dun- full attendance of the member i earnenl Marhal Hunter caught up with him in n ville io pml re feral wees. Hhe l ly re(tieted The lodi;e ha not met fur Kn ix county. of a tod Oillll'ated f HCd Mid aeveral week and the object of the meetlnu Triere were '2ti (ire alarm in St Liui i lo lake pari In an operatic perlormancu will be to elect new ollicer and hacm work Friday nod the people got an idea tt.a' the intre horllv in earneat. "Sreral Member " armrclu-lwere tiring the towo and were Mk IU.nj Hivnai. whoi 71 year old, I'he lime will be opened greatly alarmed. Fus Ahead wn here (he other Hay and total u thai he I'ocahoiua. Va , i excited over a riot Friday tiiwhl Waltou'e ()era at n t;iiiiii riint aloii) atiuckliij elh( Miinuke Hungarian and colored minold nun la with an nltraclive proramuie, there will htlween the ol corn a iUy. vVehoetne ers Three Cbtiipanie of militia have ar Ihe mrwl iln i be a dance or eomelhlOk; ele there Thank lll Ohio nvrr uood lor Sft jear yet I that flow. A few wmtete reliable re-ilil Livini; nitflit ami the loilowiuc nifht the rived n hold the town. Dll AM I Til, "I Chicago, I Tie! tlttLT hi -- W H. Bond, a well known citizeu of feet al Cincinnati and no I tie ago it rive ii 7 DocKod Club will tfive t Imp in Huaton Wti dniiiiler, .Mr. U. !'. i'acKard. Meuiphi, hn been eent to jail in default ame oulnt, It I. down to I wo leel l Ihe tor a a reeiiletK ol Danville 10 Tear aco ville, n our yotint; people have a bright I h of r 500 bond, on the charge of tampering a kld - at leAt, ) ifn Ml r lo rl for a couple of weekcir lr ei and title I hi hrl vielt to till eeo'ioti allice o wttli a juror in a murder trial, 0 n li-tU coiiiliniaiice of the In lie lefl al thai lime. that Hrottier lUrne w I'hk Fred Stticy, a tobacco buy i IW 'hat CJtl Ha Kne up to a fabillou-t- l. W. K McKlKNr-ha leaieil CaIT. the heart of er, made (he Oh. Ue of un co M'y buyer comtnir, wnich o iladdne and lll PJIHIIIiie me Hi- - and will lira al aluru' Hie rrHleuool Mr rl the ladtea to be al Cincinnati, selling 50 hogshead of leaf hi friend here and cm-oa- 1 el in. to ui "p till the wmier Mr Hctvinnef, wh i lo i( ( y, Tyree. Mil. John Williams decided thai the wild and wool f 'AVt had no cnirm for him, no he haa leturued lo Stanford and hla aweetheart. Mm. anm Miw. C K. (1TKY returned Mr. Oeti-tr- y from Wichita, Kaa., halurday. utlicieutly ha been very Hi, nut w ulroni: lo make llie (rip. W W. I'i.nw ha been a)niinted l'rav-ellAinl nl (he L. iV N , with l JiiulIioii City, (tie appoint headquarter intra lo k' iui" e'tect tu day. On Ht'iiil Kkih wn ciIIm1 yeterd.iy lo hi Lolll lo ; hi emler, Mia He.i-le- , A eoou a he Ihlntu II who ijilllt ICk prildetil and ae h will return wilii her won married Oil J. W Mir Florence Kcianl, of the Mt. .Salem more good money wated on thi buine in the lai vear than in any eeveral other ilnnii combined, lr The convert of a revival in Hopkins-rill- e cannot be hipiized because the rivers are dry and the wells and ci'tern nearly -- l'aener doe not eem lo rain a much on the At B, O. Ilruce'rf ale of thoroughbred on the unjiMl In thee degenerate tior-- e at Lexington 51 head sold the fir-- l day While we are dryer than a bone day, averaging and GH the second day hri-- in (lod'e country, Ihe lar heela of $155. N nh Cirolina are nettnu more rain than John Williams shut hia father to death they know what lo do with, even if they in Knox county, alter the old man hsd let were all prohthili him have it wiia a gun, wounding him Ir jul a $-- 91 intt. l TiiEeecton bo Jellico, O. H. Hlev badly in, Ul Elder J. G. Livingston closed a most excellent meeting at Kingsville Tuesday night with 11 confessions, A. T. Nunnelley bought Ul extra fine hogs from Adam Pence at 1; also 7 from Otis Newland and 6 from Mrs Peak al I cents. Dr. J. C. Keener, of New Orleans, a Methodist Bishop, believes that the garden nf Eden was in South Carolina. and thai the ark drifted into the Gulf Stream and was carried around to Mount Ararat in 150 days. The shoemakers' and fanners' strike cot $0 000,000; the Chicago builders' cost $'2,500 000; the coal and coke workers', the elevated road, $1,000,000 s have Strikes are costly and failed. Treasurer Vincent, of Alabama, ngain-- t whom 37 indictments were were returned, charging him with forgery and robbery, ha been convicted on three of the counts and sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in the penitentiary. The remaining indictments were filed, Corrected returns from New York make the plurality for Cook, the democrat ic candidate for Secretary of State, 17 85'2. The prohibition vote is 39,049 a gain of The George vote will 12,011 over last year. reach about 72,000, The gain in the democratic plurality over last year is 6 718. The total receipts from all sourcea of internal revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30 1887, were$118 829,5'23, as com pared with $110,902,809 for the year lSGfi, $112 421 151 for the year 1385, $121,500,-03- 9 lor the year 1SS 1 $1 1 1,553,3-1- for the year 1SK5, and $110,523 273 for Ihe year 0; four-fifthEx-Stat- e Sickness in the county does not seem to decrease. ' Scaffold Cone boasls of a d debating club, The police judgeship is again agitating the minds of our citizens. School Superintendent D.avia is making the rounds nchools, Jam ih Smith bought one yoke of oxen from Nimrod Smith for $95, The alder bushes in this vicinity are blooming for the eecond time this year. Several forest fires were reported last week in which fencing and houses were destroyed, A number of new dwellings and store houses are being built in different portions of the county. Corn brought $2.85 per barrel at J. K, McClary's sale Saturday lasl; horses $75 to $115; cows $30 to 30. Henry Abuey is charged with having appropriated a large fat bog after having sold it to a neighbor. of Wabd, is the boss . William Live-aegg shipper, He has handled 1,400 dozen within the last three uionthB. (orooer Prewitt says his office does not pay the princely silary that he was led to believe it would before his election. A child of James Watson was bitten by the family dog. The canine was quickly sent henceward to join the anarchists. Gxover Cleveland is still catching namesakes. William Brown is the latest to add to the already long list in this 1832 GARRAHU COUNTY ko-c- li, UkHAHTMENl. I Lancuattit. Mrs. Reuben Price, an aged lady, the grandmother of the wife of W. K. Pearce lyi-o- ui ank-givi- ter-el- erl "el H Hoil-ene- xl and r.T. Pollard, of this counly, died at the home of Mr. Pearce on Saturday night. -- Mrs Cura Hutlman, President of the Mioun State W C. T. U , will deliver a lecture at the CiurMioiirfe in Lancaster on the evening of Nov. '21, Everybody invited Lecture free. And now the fetiye fox hunters have s their fun. Three of our pent the day in that ort of port last Thursday. Ti- - sweet to hear the hungry hounds' hark, able-bodied clti-z-n-ao An in ltcTerboiailng o'er the liluc-grilop, pursuit ul mult in hi la tl jlDif, Destrojltii; sheep buJ wrecking farmers' hopes he asked "Have you unv ire-- n chee-e?- " -- r rtet iin -- I'llhT iliieny thai Ihe Hull. William O' Uradley ha. eliiCMl prol oiliiceil in enter the Coni:r"loiinl llel aaliKt the Hon. lcC'riy f l.ont-vill- e e have aetraiKhl t on aie. lime tip ihnl W llliaui tJnr" not watil lo to lo bail fiiiMISU l laCklH J I III Mc-- I I uli.lr reary, Ihe uiui iipuir ihuii in ihe di ilmin-ciliialici- n It-r- reunite haa the repot Kill i ol ellin no excellent (able, will COIIt rule to keep Imatiier. J C PiAiiihM.'ri, onief train iliapiiorier, i fiilnik' hi P iiinu in a very aiifaoiory inaiuwr Imlli io die company ami io ihe piibnc. We are inoVhteH in mm for a recent f tror wine I ive I n a nice hide uui, thai would not baVrf cone lo the railroad -- !. incl Citiipany LOCAL AFFAIHS. lor Ihe flinemaker al Had one f to hi- lea.t lo elirk Mkat cutter ami tnitcher knive at o hi fir uoK tlie l hici- - an elm a Hocker iV HriKlii'. irillpution of a .MnltHll-- t pteiifher, he and tliik: oliicken leK utikhl tiow I" OuuiHotkol tie I inankeia and ciuiforta A. Cra'C. Hie aiitier inetead of urciipyinti a I couipleie. tour tin: Tery warm cottier in Ihe very hoi place CllH'l'IT LoUlir behm at London yealer-da- y prepared lor the deril and hi annel. wnii li murder ci-- on (he docket rilK i uTernnr of Uotitirclicilt, who ia a We have the Cheapi.t and mol c unplete proc republican, becin hi lhanki;irib with " There are now no apecial line of ladlea' umlvrwear and holery ever lamation Owley : Cram. leanona f.ir thhnkH." Of cour-- e there are ahown here none fur Ihe republican, but the democrat rilE Merry UiClielnr ol fvJofoid hare elewhere, feel fixed an well a III that Stale, tipin ruday niifit, Dtfj)uibr '27m, more than eer in the humor for praise and for their regular l Imp lr l al.J Ke-- l li. i ()lry ' "Ye, sir." "How as he entered tne store long ha it been cuiV" "Cui yesterday, air " "What i it a pound?" "Only 2D cts. sir" "Well, give me a nickel's worth ol And be was allow Chee-- e and cracker." ed to leave the hou-- e alive, on account of b mi Ihe lime and a -;i0 per hundred eie tl with n'le-Ho- n li cost him ?9 the compa i in nf tne proprietor. length of tay, witartrtl br Jil Ice Sauf-ley- , -- Mr H O Croe, formerly of Virginia, Elder Erwin, a Httident of Kentucky Anania- - like made u hiaSapphira died ai OAiiuHVllle, Ual week. Her hu who Univerity, filled the pulpit of Elder G, W. ami compelled u lo corroborate the tory bind, wno wr. a railroad contractor, pre Ytncev Sunday, the litter being oil to ded lhat he lold hi creluloua frien 1, Dick ceded her to the grave everai voir nit tcale a new church. Ther has been no one Warren Thiriy building ai St i'eier, Minn., yet choen lo ti Bro Yancey's place next including two hotel, the Firt Natl mal Mra M.V. Tabler announMillineiit year It will be right ditficull to nil. Rev. ce that ahe ha received a nice ce led ion of Bank, a number of large stores and the Humphrie, the regular pastor, preached y ed by American Kxpre office, were fall and winter millinery and cordially inat the l!aptit church here Sunday nigui a vitee the ladie of McKinney and vicinity lire. .S me evangeli) eem to think that sermon on temperance. to cnll and examine II, feelmi: that he nn John L Arnold, of Ea-- t Bernstadt, becaue they ipiit drinking whisky and are bhe ibem both in lyle and price He reports bui- was in our city Sunday, by Ihe list a ihankful lo her cutomer for pant pat able to make a living Atlanta nes good in hi neck o' the woods, Mr. E around they are angels of light. rotiae and Hk a continuance of their fa8. Young and wife are at Cipt. Frank Cotititution vor Mr. oung will leave in a lew The pivot.il States are New York, In White's Nine Dkkii Jim Owen ih back from a diana, New Jer-e- y In days for Tex. EJ Powell pent Suoday and Connecticut. two week' deer bunt in Tenneanee, where a lbSi the democrats carried all four of them in town. Judge N, Sandifer wa heie lasl t; of himoelf and party of 11, ecurtng '219 of the 401 elect iral voles 18 week. Mrs. Ben J. Durham and little daughter, of Danville, were visiting Mrs. le-- r llatley, Helm, Sim and Jim Slaugh more than enough. er, McDowell, Watkin. Flder, Green and Trie most lucrative office in the nation- John H Woodcock last week, John H. it Woodcock left on Friday for Somerset, Vanrdale of Hoyle and Nickol", of Mercer, al government, next to the clerk-hi- p i fine deer. Jim not n fine buck and i Court where he joins a nariy going on a big deer of the Supreme killed elf, the due and lit Stanford iiiend are now lux at Il yieli an annual in- hunt, Tne rabttn of this conoly will have a test until he returns. come of fees of from $'25 000 lo $40,000. uriatWK on veninon. pro-peol irt 1 1 de-tro- county. The Signal tatn says John M. Williams' return from Kansas spoilt his paragraph he had printed regarding John's business ventures in the West. The Scaffold Cone neighborhood ia receiving a good many immigrants. Elijah Owens, of Brodhoad, has sold his farm and has pitched his tent in their midst. Mrs. W. T. Brooks, of Paris, is yisit-in- g her parents here. Mrs, Lizzie Pearl, of London, was visiting relatives here Sunday, Miss May Adams has returned from an extended visit to Owensboro. Reuben Smith, a Methodist preacher, aged 82, is holding a very interesting revival at Boone's Gap, this counly. The Baptists have closed their meeting at this place and organized a church here, "Fiebie" claims that it was no such a thing, and intimated that the editor kept hisotfice locked and barred during hia so journ in Stanford to avoid a collision with the roaring lion of the Cumberland. Joseph Smith's father, aged 92, living on Brush Creek, was assaulted by Campbell Mullins, whom the old man had accused nf burning rails. Bystanders interferred and stopped the aailant from harming Mr. S. A writ was sworn out for Mullins' arrest. That belled buzzard caught near after a fifteen years' flight mentioned in the Courier-Journ- al surely had a silver cord to attach Ibe bell toils neck as an ordinary twine string would more than p robably baye paused beyond its usefulness before that period of time bad passed away by one half or less. g plee -- pa-si- con-ialin- -- pres-denc- -- n. aemi-anniM- riallk-LMVir- i! - - - You will aave money by caliinit and ex 7'iwrt, WHICH ha alwaya J'lIK Ula-oaminmi; our eleuant line of ladlea' wrap Uoit riKhl at Ihe hea.l of Ihe front rank in :. Crai celebrated tiefore purcha-iniKentucky journali-m- , ha Il li had tome vicii llentld ih an improve lie J.ld birthday. TllK Blue Uru fide, but one of It old owner, Jatnea M. ment on ICdltor HanafordV former newa and ile pip-- r etl Hie and i gillie a credit to him It ( aurilKon, l at the, helm lo he bea en. Mr. Klie ii iinnaford. and In paal nood record prouit-cw jut ()ley II inert McCrearr, oon of the Cniik.'reHUian, abot a man named Schilling al Richmond Friday nitfht, uiilicUiu; a wound, from which he died. It HeeuH that McCreary and a companion went into the wlore of a relative of Schilling nnd acted Sitor nin H aitanl, - C M MriniiM, editor of the Hopkin I'lIK MnilKTHK Mkiuukii. J C KlIIR, tille ,SWi KntlutUiin, i Imik after an ex- ol Cr.b Orchurd, called lo nee II Tiiiirn-div.an- d Hi let tended trip lo the I'loific co.m ay there will probably be a pa lere lo In paper while nllent conialned per taried al In place called Ihe Itlmhler more infiirmatiiiii lo the iUre inch of ihe f Ml Vernon Hna!. county traveled lluiri any we kavo eern. A CH.Tthai he wa hreakiiu jumped irmn he rode into one of the Hiiwcnil' wie ha kep' under Mr, Snm Hnluie Nor a her threat lo kill he'H'H when their tuvti yealerday and lie fell on the hick of but were hung. Een Nm Van Zandt, is tied, stunning him considerably, Hpiea' prar wife, pwrniat in ItvitiK, ill lU.h fortunately doini: nn eriou damage. the country could way alonif no easily with Killed Jame Wilkeron, a man who iU creature out audi lived eaat of Lindon, va iiunmitly killed Hi.ainf. ii!DOUl) ote in Nw York F"riday evening by a freiuht train between city in I8S1. Hi oiher dar Col. Fred PttUburiJ and Kaai Hernatadl He wan (Irani nnl raked in 53,000. At tnli rate drunk and attempted to crcea the track, but the domocrat can count on the city, aolid failed. ote in a year or two A NUMI1EH of our Hiibcnbera have paid CitAiii.Fstiii.r,, a HoBton man, impreaa- - up to date in 1839, several nmh onto 1891) ed with the belief that bo bod an eril spirit A monR them we recall l S .lone, Jack within him, cut open lii abdomen to Ut It onville, Mo , M V.Suiitb, Van Alalyne, oiil. Ilia bowel came instead and he laid Tfx, Hon. A M. Swope, Lexini;ton, over and died. Qmncey Shumate, Newhern, Teuri, prue and the Rich Tiik Lebanon The other uiirht Tom Hobinson tcok an uiniiil Hrgiiter each iamied extras to tell of other man' Hweelheart lo a party near the execution o' tin four anyohrlsls, as Shelby City, and while there his horse tore one of our Mr, 1'artiiiKlona calls thsni. the buRRy all to piecM. He had to borrow The sraye cloned over live of the anarch a saddle to Ket home nnd the other man inta Sunday in the presence of a vast but wouldn't have cared if he had had to walk orderly crowd. We hope and believa their mieerable heresies were buried with them. iusteati. hllB-band- Measles are ngaiu in Danville; just how many has not been ascertained. Mr. Ed Linney succeeds William M. r in the wholesale liquor F.b'e as day. Mr. Joe Moore -- Ti e gratifying news comes that the house of B. F. Phillip-- . frvhillini: ordered in a play ul manlier, expects lo leave one day this week for New 'insighlly Mjuare with its partially built them out and following McCrenry with a walls, where the L & N. empties its South Mexico to spend ihe winle r top-liattempted to out htm, bill wa knile A rather sensational marri'ige took at Louisville, I at last to ern Mr McCreary m an no br the bullet contemplated union depot built place at the Gilrher Hotel, this place, Satwell behaved and polite young have the urday, the contracting partie beinij Mr upon il. matt '11111 he muat have had conniderable The I'aris Hedge Compsny will re- Cliff Green and Miss Minnie Terhune, provocation to have shot. orange plants this week o' this county. Mis Terhune was engaged ceive 900 000 -- Wnen Hob Lo.'an'a anil has contracted for setting out -- t' miles lobe married to another gentleman ClUCUir Count Leh Dr E M.Green officiated. of fence at $400 per mile, this fall, caee lor breaking into the houe of Mr Dick Bentley, who ha served a year llurkeit wttli intent tociuimit a felony w.i man A Bros, bought of sundry farmers 350 in the penitentiary, and who was h'ent to a two yeara' term cattle at Ik News. called he rieoided to accept -- Kev. W. M. Wharton, of Baltimore, is the work houe last week for stealing a vest in the pHUtlenti.iry without going into a creiting great religious interest in George from P. A. Marks, the merchant tailor, trial and he wa given that length of lira Jie Hee, a negro biy, wta admitted of town, where he is holding a meeting for came very near escaping Sunday evening, the killing of Hob Wjol, another negro, tun Baptist church. The building being having filed his ohackle nearly In two Il wh too small the court house is used and it is when Mr. French, the kevper, discovered of elf defence. on the ground what was going on and stopped it. proved thai he wa retreating with hia an always packed. There have been 45 addiwith a rock and open tions. P, A. Marks will give his annual 'poa-sti- m lagonit ader him -book-keepeed y -- Mrs, Florrnce Long, of Louisville, who has been allltcted ivitb consumption for nearly a year, got up from her bod a few day ago and declared that he had been cured by faith and prayer, hut died Satur OAHilLLE, ROYLB MUH11 From the Land of Goshen. Ou Friday last, commencing at 10 o'clock Miss Alice Ham ton gave a pleasing entertainment to the friends and patrons of the school. The stage was nicely curtained and the exercises were opened by a chorus of well trained voices in a beautiful song Masters Johnnie from Gospel Hymns. Cook, Ike Phillips, Peytie Elmore, Rebecca and Maggie Stephenson acquitted themselves nicely in declamations, as did Mr. John Sprait's children. Mr. Betghs' children had nice dialogues and esays. Mr. Jesse Cook gave a select reading in his usual good style. The exercises were varied dialogues. Mr. with the most Jesse Cook as a popular ''colored pusson" took the cake. Little Peytie Elmore, only eight years of age, entertained tbe audience in a nice little speech and , played a piece Miss Mary Phillip, a on theaccordeon. handsome little brunette, spoke like she intended to be heard, and won much applause. Many smiling faced greeted us but Too much we failed to get their names. credit cannot be given Miss Hamton for hor efficient, untiring and satisfactory ef forts in behalf of her pupils. As a teacher and lady she is par excellence. Sne has labired and not in Vain as the rapid progress of the pupils teattfy. A large crowd was in attendance and were delighted with the exeicises and hope the time won't be long until she gives us another delightful recreation. Oh Friday night last a select musicale entertainment was given at Mr. James E, Lynn's and was very much enjoyed by all present. Miss Julia Bradley, one of the finest pianists and organists in tbe State, was present arid rendered some exquisite gems on tbe handsome Everett piano, also on the sweot toned Clough and Warren organ. Miss Bradley will teach a large class in mu-i- o and comes highly lecommended to the neighborhood. She pronoutces the old reliable Clough and Warren organ one of the best and sweetest instruments she ever used. We defy competition on our Everett pianos and Clough and Warren or knife, when he tiied the fatal ahot. The 55,000 damage suit by A. M Feland againat hi neighbor, J. M. White, J W. Eubank", Toomaa Kabinaon, 11. F. Walter, Alex Carman, Will Mock an.l J. T. Land, for if Hring down hla fence and otherwise damaging him, ha been on trial since Friday The defendants claim that they were aotinj; under order of the county court and that Ihe fence was innido of the line staked out for the county road. Messrs. V7. II Miller and Hobert Hardlug represent Feland, and R. C. Warren, J. W. Yerkea and D, R Carpenter, the defendants. Thejcase is still pending. A sale of animals of wveral breeds of cattle was made at Kansas City, recently, with the following result: Holslein bulls averaged $07 50, females $83; Jersey bulls $5o, females $05; Sbortborn bulls $50, females $S0; Dovon females $71; Galloway bulls $125. John D, Irrine informed us yesterday that he Is now preparing to erect on his lot on the Columbia road, just west of the railroad, on Sinking creek, Urge brick flour mill, with a captcily of 60 barrels of flour per day and the machinery will b of the Somerset Relatest and best improTed. porter. supper Tuesday night at 7 o'clock, The following is a copy of the invitation list: Gabe Caldwell, J W Yerkes, Dave Togan, Jr, R W. Eastland, W. P. Givens, A W Johnstone, J. H, Letcher, W. II Dugan, Lucien Logan, Robert Dunn, Jo Williams, F. Gilcher, P. Gilcher, W. J. Davis, C. R. Anderson, A. Anderson, Tom Gentry, II E. Woolfolk, Nick McDowell, gan. S.R.Cook. Jr., J. O. Green, J. R. Marrs, II. McGood-wiA. 8. McGrorty, W. 8., D. P. and E 8 Rowland, J. A. Fisher, H. C. Mock, F Left my homo about a week go a black barrow. Dunlap, J. A. Lee, W. D. Moore, W. 8 Weight about 12& poundi; under-bunder euh Inforuialfon leadlne lo hit recovery thankDownton, B, G. Fox, Addie King and J, R. year. received. fully St. V. KI.HiN, Uunford, JCy. 11 Briggs. n, it tT" Cologne. Stanford, Ky - - November 15, 1887 W. P. WALTON. The Queerness of Things. worM. No This in n port of topxy-lurv- r one Beemnto be citistied. O.ie man u lUruj;-clinto get juelice and another in lliti", from it. One man is eavini; up to buy a house and another is trying to Pell his dwelling for lens than it coat, to get rid of it. One man u spending all the money he can earn in taking a girl to the theatre and feuding her (lower, in the hope that be may eventually make her hi? wife, and hi" neighbor is upending all the gold he ha eaved to gel a divorce. Smith is drinking imported ale to put Heart on, while Johnson is living on cncere and, walking ten miles a day eo reduce his avoirdupois. The laborer with ten children keep out of debt on $10 per week, while nitny an unmarried bunk official with $100 per week cannot get along without helping himself to the bank's funds. Robinson takes sherry to give him an appetite, while Rrown, who has a wine eel lar, can't touch a drop of it on account of. his apoplectic tendencies. The doctor tells Morrill that if he doesn't etop work and he will go into a decline, and take a then tells Blakely tnat if he doesn't aban don his sedentary position and go ofl'soms Tons and Tons ot Ivor. where and work on a farm he will die of One of the mo-- t interesting sights in the torpidity of the liyer. Here are warehouses is the ivory room One man is ordered to eit eggs because lying by the hundreds tusks of elephants, they are nutritious and anutner is cautioned tusks of wild boars, horns of the rhinoce-rou- s to leave them alone because they produce and teeth of the hippopotamus. There bile. are elephant tusks ten feet in length and One man keeps a pistol to protect himweigh 130 p moiis Tnere are hippopota self from burglars, while bis neighbor does mus teeth nearly two feet long. Tne ele not keep one for fear of shooting some mem. phanttusk, of course, furnishes by far the ber of the family by mistake. finest quality of ivory, and there is also a You will sometimes see a man planting great difference in the elephant -- the ele trees about bis place for shade, and at the phant of India and Ceylon outranking trie same time you will see another cutting African specimen. It is only a question down all the trees about his liou-- e because of time when the ivory trade will have to I hey produce too mncb moisture. look around for a new source of material. One rich man wears poor clothes because The officer in charge of the room, a man he is rich and can do anything, while a about GO years of age, said he had been poor man wears fine clothes because he is there from a buy. H said trier-- was a poor and wants to create the impression perceptible falling oil in the supply everv that he is not il year, and what looked to the One man is killed by accident and an- eye such as an astonishing collection was other tries to commit suicide and fails quite small as compared with what might One man escapes all the diseases that flesh have been twenty or even ten years is heir to and i killed on a railroad; an- ago. -- London Letter to the Baltimore other man goes through half a dozen wars Sun. without a scritch and then dies of whoop, 1200,000 saloons in the There are United S ates, which is equivalent to 'a The and becomes a preacher, while the theological student ing that we have -- 00,000 pUcnsnf businexs which are so many stumbling blocks in the leaves his university to became a professway of our national safety and welfare. ional base ball pitcher. have been The man who can make S'JO.OOO a tear, After all possible argument as a general thing can't sive a cent, u iile made as to the right of these institutions to the man who is thrifty and wise is seldom exist, the fact remain that they are in no eo gifted that he can earn anything at all. seDse beneficial to the country, nut that, on the contrary, they are a positive and conWe know a wealthy merchant who keeps They mav ue ercu-e- d tinuous detriment. half a dozen horses, who recently stated on one vioimd or another, but they oannot that his store was closed on account of a be justified. No man who ctres anything "holliday;" and we also know a proof reader (or his reputation will undertake to defend who can spell every word in the English the saloon as an agency of civilization, or language correctly, and the only time he to show that tne liquor traffic is in any experiences any horse is when he eats wav conducive to material or mural proghorse radish. ress. The enlightened judgment of manGood people die and bad people live. kind condemns the busmen as .i business, The man who is fat with health can't get and no amount of sophistry can tiide the employment and the man who is making truth that if all the saloons on the planet money has to give up busishonl I be suppressed it would be a great ness on account of ill. health. Linguists are keeping peanut stands and eain for human comfort and happiness Globe- Democrat moukeys are writing for newspapers. In a St Louis railroad collision the dancing master generIs it the proper thing in expect a clergy ally loses his feet and the matbemoticicn man to officiate at a funeral without any hie head. We say empecuniary compensation? The pugilist breaks his wrist and the op- phatically no The pastor is paid to do era siuger contracts throat trouble. this work in his parish, and expects no The man with the coln8.iI fortune is us- fee, although he ofteu receives it from his ually obliged to adopt an heir, while the loving people. But it is a shame when a man without a cent generally nas n sufli minister is drigged out in the he.it, the cient number ol heirs to satisfy half a dozen cold, the "tor in, and to give his time, capitalists. his strength, his sympathy, without auy re One man won't touch bicon for fear of numeration, to those wh. contribute nothtrichina and another swears by Uacon, be- ing toward his sup; ort. As well not pay cause some psonle think he wrote Shake- the doctor, the undertaker, the gravedig ger. Yet we find upon consults tion this to speare. We wish we could find out why these be a very common thing. The funeral fee things are bo, because it would set our is the exception. This ought not so to be. We submit to a christian people that as a minds at rest and make us happy. rule ministers are poorly paid for all their fPuck. service. They are none of them likely to Jennie Lind's Romance. grow rich in the ordinary pursuit of their Jennie Lind's husband, Otto profession. Hence, every extra put into though he is quite bald is 15 years their exchequer counts. Intelligencer. younger than his wife. The story of their Prayer that is not based on God's prommarriage is a romantic one and little ises and offered in the name of Jesus Christ known. During her travels through America Sir Julius Benedict, her nccomptnist. is like the clicking of a telegraphic instruwas obliged suddenly to return to England, ment that is unattached to the transmitting and then she remembered a poor young wire.' The sound is all right and the petition may be undertood on earth, but it German musician she had mot the year Words and sent for him at once to supply Sir will not be transmitted to heavea. Julius place. It was not long before the and Weapons, young musician was violently in love with Keep your cqicken-hous- e clean and airy the prima donna, but, being poor and un- and give your chickens an occasional dose known and so much her junior, he had no of Ganter'x Chicken Cnnlera Curo and it hope of anv success. Finally he became so will keep them in a good healthy condition. unhappy he resigned his place, and being If it falls to cure- your chickens your mon pressed by the cnntHrice to tell the reason ey will he refunded by Melt iber'u it Stsgg. for such a step, he confessed his hopeless love and was astonished nnil delighted when Boudoir conti leuesi "Your marrNge she fell into his arms and declued she had was a surpriso to m all, Fillie!" "Very loved him from the first. They were ex- likely; but his institution was. so shattered tremely happy together and people scarcely he was such an idiot, so ugly, so ill bred guessed her to be the older of the two. and so utterly without principle tnat we all T Exchange. thought he was rich " i; Jo-han- rt Cologne is chiefly intereitinj to visitors on account of itsCithelrtl ami its Cologne water. To see the one and to buy some of the other are the 10 great objects of travelers there. But, apart from these princl pal attractions, we shall find the city yery interesting, Moit of the streets are queer and otd, some of the houses dating from the 13th century; and the Rhine, which is here crossed by a long bridge of boats, presents a very busy and lively scene with its craft of many kinds, n The retl Cologne wter is made by Maria Farina, but when we go out to buy some, we mav be a little perplexed by finding that there are 30 or 40 people of this name, all of whom keep shops for the sate of Cologne water. There a great many dependents of the original inventor ol this perfume and the law does not permit any one to assume the name who does not belong to the family; but the boy babies of the Farinas are generally baptized Johann Maria, so that they can go into the Cologne water business wnen they grow up. There are two or three shops where the bet and "original" water is sold, and at one of thee we buy some of the celebrated perfume, gen erally sold to trawlers in small wooden boxes containing four or six bottle', which we get at a very reasonable price compared with what we have to pay for it in America, We cannot take much more than this, because Cologne water is classed as spirits by the custom-hous- e authorities in Eng land and each traveler is allowed to bring only a small quantity of it into that counFrank R. Stockton, in St. Nicholas. try a inarr-- ol purllj, More pcoimmliki I (in int te toll. popularity ol than the lit a y kit.-cniiis-lltov h tne mil tlMiite uf n I ft liort I'eter l'i pet's celebrated peck o' pickled wi iKht u.n jr ill SoLl inly Id i U iyal HtKisn lr I'oWDKk I'n, peppers will probably never wane a a can. lOrt Will 8lr,et IewYork snare to c.ttch the tongue mat would fain be agile; but that test tias formidable rivals FOX, E. The f illowing snort senlenc-- s, as their all thor maintains, do wonders in lulllip; Ihe & KIC, ordinarr powers of speech: Gaze on the gay, gray brigade. IvV. The sea ceanelli and it iiffieui us Iliw riuoTit to hl x'matit now bulMlUK, ppu-ISiy, should snen a shapely .ash shabby tUo imi iSivjod li Iwltur (ban nwr prentr- al tu spouunixlste ih iuMlf with hue plrlure stitches shot? mm rniu.mr.ipn i lo nierlta Mlldnctlun KUr Strange strategic statistics. lel. Cassell's solicitor stiyly slashes a loo Give Grimes Jim's great gilt gig whip AND soft snow slow Sarah in a shawl sho-e.- Jefferson Davis, The republican organs, as several elections are pending, keep up their vilifications of Jefferson Davis. Mr. Davis is honored by the Southern people because of his spotless personal character and becaase he represented their cause in thestruggle which terminated hap pily for all concerned nearly a quarter of a century ago Mr. Davis did not make the rebellion. It was the people who seceded or undertook to do so, Tne United States, m wisely m magnanimously, with the concurrence of the most ardent Unionists and AboliihloolsU of the North, declined to make either a victim or a m.trtyr of Mr Davis lie is now a feeble old man, whose course is nearly ruu, and who ht only a p triot's interest in his country. Would it not be more decsnt, not to say chivalrous, in the organic eJitors to per mit bis honored old age to end in peace ratner than to use its expiring days to re light the fires of an extinguished sectional hate for Ihe Rake of gaining a few votes N from the ignorant or the unthinking9 Y. World Wall Paper, W C ROYAL MWIJ J Furniture, Fulljniid Complete Stock B. TE. mm SFTV Of Mp. -- rssKr Ml. JKteAjaJL m mmi l-Tl- n ' lv1" y' Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. sjt LV V tbe above and pnev WEAREN.Stanford. .", ! FURNITURE Absolutely Pure. treiuih Thti powilcr mi I STOKE SVoM'i'to. fi m hi XtAVU HVWntX. ur r Tarli- - Vckhai. rjNAKhS. -- The ik &rAH m i a a m k i'u H. JSOTOtiS It IIIWUiM), Vll U I Livery, Tniininir, Fee!. ed SALE STABLE l.r-a- k ! - inexp-nonce- to-d- ay s band-over-fi- - Gold-Schmi- he-fo- re rakennnaml try il and lm coifTlncnl. I'll not worry rou tiuut lmyln tinlen you r wWell DitHvd tttotdarand puinM furiulihul aalulta inerlta are men that haven't got as big as their papas fully IJ-- t t rheiinderilgnwl hltii pun the Klorenee allaelorr prlre and girls is young women thai will be Waahlnif and alter a thoruiiiili trial, ite In addlu,; our tentlMinuy .i tu tin Man was msde taku pleamtre young ladies by and by. !,()( ISM IILIKiKL, onn. mnl wtlhout hltitloii prouoinie It uu bffore woman. When God looked at Ad oea In every ptirllciiUr, doln all thai li cUIiiihI f..r It: am he said to himself, "Well I guesi I ran Win DH2hrt, ,1. W Wallare. Ilr. Hourne. -- alt-r, l ilne, Hill I'enltn. I try again." and then tie made Mr. H. I' do better if K. I.Tiiii, I, I. )awMin. (' VannoT, Huddemr, im inio.Mi. KKn lienrire Peyton Al-- x llol'i- Eve. God liked Eye so much butter than Mia. Auinnda law, C C 1'leldi, AIIh.-- i I mdrii. 11 in IUt11e4.lt. find lizos. Photographs in all he did Adam thai there have been more K. Harrow, A. M, Feland anil many oihr .7. !' S.Ki HIV, women than men ever since. Boys are it Myert' alore. in India Ink Crayon and Headquarter! at 8 Pictures trouble. They are wearing on everything Water Colors, but soap. If had my wty half the boys New linUui In Kra'ne. ant Tory low in the world would be little girls and the (201 I y Prices, rest'would be dolls My papa is to nice that I guess he must hn7 been a little girl To will. II .intern lor our reliable Nunery btock Perluejil Salary ami riim- -i nr rotiimlnsl'Ui when he was a little boy. Aildleii atom , iiiHiitul n iipiuyuient K'uiritlteeil latum m' hl.l, A' MlfIAi.Nuriirynien, To tho Citinon of Linooln County: "To discontinue an advertisement," says Ji.T-- t fit. 1iilb, Mo llaviti,; riKently ixiuii(xid a.fiui. Ituller Mill l.i John Wanamaker, one of the largest adver I rut wi lety any .Mill tu i tho town ut Stintord iital lininlity or Hour, r think the rttlii'iia ot tisers in the world, "is like taking, dowi, iiiDuiu uafe ciiiuiy priue i ouk.ii 10 itieiiiun'r your sign If you want to do buslnesn, you ialri"l"'i'"l amlitn the Mine tVe wIMi id In- .. ''' fl l?ytX5Cair'il W'I0U1 " ,IIK? roocern that hh are III II 9 98 3 a Irv ? P 1 ' fc y must let the people knov it. Standing ad hI 'iarknl I) y!U IB I Hadv Vn k.Qf'5 ! 5 a ZSla4 '""" lTl' liny juur when andl,r1'mrnlor and will w Ml""w',, " ' hu l"l,",t "' rl"'t vertisements, when changed frequently, aro .i.ayoadileil anno uhw mmlilnerjr luonriorn meal louisvuic MtwAiSAirtCHiCAtoflr leurtiuei)t and rin now iiiaKx innol to null any better and cheaper than reading notices. -"' mrm It cinimt l eiualeil liy any utlier Mill In They look more substantial and business th yioiinty vvo Mill u a trial In our Hour an M1 TV! A TTi iunl deparuuent. All haylni K'ralu III our line I like and inspire confidence. wumd as il lurMlu will Mleaneeill ut Mill, where our soon think of doing liusinss without ulerks tan ha found at all timet, who will Kite the lieai norn lkamno prlca lor aame Urai l and uhlp tutl alna)a In as without advertising." -- flatter and Furituck. If. .V. I'lUTS, Siiii't, A-JAl tf titaulunl Holler .llllt'o. rier. A She sells sea shells. Hating reiit.d the "Utile n Pst tireet, I am o illee cup. A cup nf codes in a copti-reMred to train and h r on rriMinai l Couuljr .niri ilay inilr muIiiI Smith's spirit flask split i'nilip' eixti. Irrmi, it. t i ! rr.it, Mcn'ii il. Ky sister's fifth squinel's extlll. u- The Leith police wm-kMr. Fisk wisned to wni-- k Youth's Couipauii n. )MI M., IIICII'IIIMI K Tne question Is of'en asked, "Where it, B. ee birds obtain Ire-- li air to elake iheir I or a good rtle thirst?" Bui wo life never teen it and rlean ai.l well furuliH. rwnui. tlil tlntal liutal -- s in pit- - ruoiu llacli-iiavs . An h. uu ausered uiiiil .a 'iul-l- y ti t -. day c n im.l old tkipper with wnoui versing on the ubjeci mil he bail seen there buds ut rea, far from -- 5ucre"ar to Wallace A (."othran, any land thai could furnish ihnin "tier, 513 4th St, Louisville, &y huVering around nud under a storm o'ou', cl ttterlug like duds on a not day at FURNISHER pond and driiiKiu in the dr ps ol rain na THE GENTS' they tell, l'ney wilt smell a rain rqiltll a AM is ion 'i in: hundred miles or even further nil and rcml I.Vlrl I, I'M) It V. l. for it with almost luc luCelva') e swiltnei-How long sua birJs can txii ilhuut wa-t- tr lBiir'a'i:i.Hiii Is only a mailer uf ciiciure, bu pr.ib ably their pjwers of enduring Uurei ire li MISS SALLIE HARRISON, created by hibit, and possibly tney gv vitb-oWAier fur uiauy days, if not for re vera I Korwerli ot Sianfoxl, h oimohI a Purchasing Aiacr I i t'lnel-'nat- l I ai il all urler, to bar at HI Golden Day. weeks. Wi.uinilrM l iu.iW.- a luminal ami I'niniil will at i ml Ion urtiiitr ut lrM t (toilr, hut illrectTe unl m tar A recent Oaialu brute had bad liink on I ill mi frt ererytaiiK one i ul I ivio. Tun wedding day. Hhi- - ha I uut almost l" atr na ut uie la 114 ot (Alt amitri her :iu It the chiiroh wnen it was thl she ulkllel. had forgotten her wedding Vtll. Sue enl btckaltern. Ou the w.iy ti tne chiircn t auidatl' nMnlni an pleaut lino ul again she sneezed and split tier satin bodirlu and nuiuuier .MiniLer). uiriuillti all Tne carriage, ice from belt to ehnulder. Hloppsd at A shop, nexdle and threat were The Lateit Novelties of the Season. procured ami ihe rent was repaired. As Alto Notlnni, lucb aa Itamtkenhlefi. Collari she stepped from the carriage the lace but- and Ciitf Kucntiu Curirta, tiullei, vie Vol will fiud meal the. ruuiua lat1 7 racatnl tj null ton of an underskirt ctilgnt and the but- lei .t Warren, next d rr In tne Mjnn lluiiw. it. 1 rt: itvinth n 4 it ton at the waist gave amy. As she walked up the aisle the skirt hjgtn to slip down, but she manage in urtb it through the Florence Washing Machine. side of her ilress kirt and o nmu-- n till I ImTfl tell the sue was safely uiariied and back in i car Wa'blni; tioiixht the rlxbt to prepare.) Inr'lnrenc Muhlnnand am now furnl.h all who mar with tu aave their clottma fru'i th Tnen she wept. riage to thuul pr wrmiil nilililtu and terin inc.l-r i. III hIwujn lnv on lliM' l lurue ituf lurts atiitl I'ltriVrliiker'N (JmmI- - n prtr-- HooiIm I'iiii be Itmitilii In tin- - Hllt' inif Mill l ll Imit Iii t'Ollt llM'fll thill I .! tie i ' n ! tin- - . o . l tnv.-- tinl unil . unitli .n. -- V jtmx DR. S. C. DAVIS. Physician ami Siirir'ou. Mt. Vornon. iM'lal ' irlitli. n ittrrn tiTMf OIHcem-i- t In y. -- WILLIS HOUSE, Ky. ol R linn s'oic i to wtmrhmit't fr3 rlfl sftiiiJi IJjIiU FEMALE p J. WILLIS, Proprietor. ilrt'i rhl'ilr rails-faciorii- y - g-- b-- MT VERNON, KY. I'ht, oi,l li rwulAT OR ay VO- - -- ly WOOD WALIACK, a;i: llOI,IS tilnliijIU nl ml 5 ni--- h Hutr ! !! n a rlprcUlattenlloii In rviitatlnn ti. r. w:n i li irarviinK euMtr Ml Chir. rr...ri mi, Vinn K iffisi??ci:fflKv a hPEcirio roil Wo MAN'S cl UlSEASES II I t'IiON HOI'NC, lON. I.Orv arrwifaywJ A) KY. Pnlnfii l if" 'i iiiity anil liilriril irrtiiilar s F. B.HI LEY, 1'ioprloti.r. I lilii-t- l Ajii, tiiiriHKlit ir- -- rHiioiiiiiilililulll-- . llli-- l ItiMl-.!- lliruiisliiiiit In It'ii" rir.ilii prlre- - lliii mnl iollli' H I'lirli-r- i in mill Iti-li- i liiri-'mil- NSTRUATION or TIILY SICKNESS DTK gn- rwtti 1 if T.i trxA H'-mis," inalM rrrr IlHAUriaut Uwii'LamH Co , Altoau, (U ..k- ui ioiilliir iilyhl ul till tli:.m n(I- - If !iU .. .' . i ni. -. r Ir ntAM.K - OK II U a'.i I V f i" ili' - ; DR. -- t II II t lll-l- t W y PENNY, iKvriir, li Mil t II MTIfilvlJM ll ut' iii"i ilor J MTAKII', Ditto MU'll vim lw trTir, N. k'BMIlKT Main, l ai ' aUfl . rj't nir ' ui HSI.i.J.VStV. V. V - "' I Anm x ,aA. ?awKw ibkv'i AYRES& GIVENS. ATTORNKYS I ifii-'.'- iUK.nrt doo- - in lain (irAui oil l.aiKu.tMr itr-l- , Jot'KaL 'iltiee lidirt' mii m i tu I to S P. m. AnealiHiliiMlnlleie4 u.and KIOH 'JLsUJ et AT LAW t IM-t- y jOIJI-i- V an Pint) Miret I . .14. 1 1 )J - H. . k h V 'l v Nlll tnn. u 1 (J. A. KKXKl)IUT M IMIIKII, & CO.. HaofiMaiii, Kt., My mn AlbriKhlA MrllB he u latum thtr awani Irivnd. aru uituin r In Sriu namhctiaii .11 u.nii phiim KINrilK. ni 1 Well Drillers and Putnp Gikl'.i CoMroimotf os Hoy-- . Boys ? Adjuster. att-ni- h) 11 Tun nw Arm hop niunnli U, ru.iali Hi u ! Iin man ulallon ut theold tm tiii-ni proymrtit In he maiiiil.i luri ol Uiharci will lmu the tnln'i'al "t ir m'.,". r. V. drruieipre al an ntion to our Naiiira iaruta'. ul Kiniw k 'uaokiu y rr fHi i and aikihic tin a n u lion ul nr lr K iti. Iv .01 ri'inllli aicriv it kin.. " , urn 111 1 1 1 .1 .f vnivrvu It ,i FSB Kit, ik:. tijlrs n r 1 it i . AITTEH'CI CHICKEN , 2l ! 1 SAXjE.5IVXjC& Miit Cholera Cure xotick. H" '' ' -' I ' i - SBT. vLv.-Mfa.vu-iaAiTlrji- wtmrn ITV.'WFK J.- ' sSv -- iT. A NEW 1 AST SrmV't -' -' F -- ' ac-t- 'JiartUS-'r- KK5JTPBCT2rj-,-- i.oiiisvii.t.i; (ii.voi.vvA'n - Plush is appeiring in everything; many tea gowns aro made of it entirely, and a handsome visiting dress has a plain skirl of plush. The waist U of the plush, with a princess back, making r. few The front has a loose, loops for tournure faille Francaim and vest of there is a long apron fiout of the silk drawn high to one side, A little plush bonplumes, complete net, with New ork World, the costume seal-brow- n wood-colored wood-colored Dally, rociirna to travelers THE MOST RAPID SERVICE MYERS HOTEL. B "Money Davils" having become a fatnil iar phrase we deem it but proper to say that it is the coinage of that geoiiik, and was Gist used by him to designate the rich, protected manufacturers of the East. , Wat-terson, Golden trout are found hi but one place in the world that is in the brooks of Mt, Whitney, up near the banks of everla-tin- g snow. They have a golden stripe down each side and are the most hautiful fishes that swim, The stars may farle in the skies above, the breeze may die away; the swallows may, cease to (If, my love, and the sun to illumOPERA HOUSE, ine the day; the heavens may never weep a WALTON'S may cease to moan; I ma; tear, lbs ocean HTaNKOKI), KY. in the desert sleep, my dear, my pillow a naked stcne. Fair Luna may change her WALTON BROS. - - Proprioto;n. hue above, the ship be without a mast, but on vou, my love, so long alio of Htoge, 20i50. Klxht complete eU ot Hu.ii I'll never ery. ticatlDg capacity, Including Rallory, as your wealth may last. rater to Rood attractlont. Ili-ke- eotiierrlal Kier atltuipud In twien tne ur-- it the iml i'.i ve, Ht,d 1 1tlvitilo, and heme the MiH'ol time and iuo i miloi nine trains h. iweru all pMnU In 'Uv. South, or t the KVxf I'hu iniiiile rart .if this tiuln Ht ami on all Irm L Itm In deiioulln dlil The I Imtt-I'l- l J'.riii'fHH riinniM-r'- i roilin i ck hh em- plof ulvta iiairum I II 1 1 III Irnl I Dili off . Ci) Ata'l I ouiMin lake Olht u the enutli you wi lind our lime iiiliio und Hi kvla, ity yet tloiiuii und atuk to .llonon, if you watitlu save uiuluiy nud huvu a pleanafil Jour r. ti tin uii.MHN, ney, , (icneial I'as'enKer Kent. , ' City Ai!iilanuil Ollnerat i:. A, IIulknfm Til III) Ave., laiulaWUe, Ky. I. M. Ioubknck, iiJ Vine at., (.'incliiiiull, () .nrlhii 8TAKFOKD. KY. Propr a. BDRNyi).E, dnd Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains Roputation, it-Hi- gh ThiK Old tlo-lio- C'nit-ajjo- AND of iloll.ifs w firth in car fn ,ii "li ra It i mote f.tl.il to Iin m - i'1.1 ill other diseases combined li discovery of n remedy that r .! ft it has ln'en tn.idr, and if incod fif its effirafy onl) n j tnal A ofents liottlcs nfnr' i mic hiiiiilrt'd rim i. l! i. t iti'ved II", alter iim.. two thin i i'otlje, the buyer is not thor- gh! untied with It a n rure fnrChirkrn f'h'iU-r'i- . tetttrnit lo the iDdef-'.rneAii kens flu- : ! i 'riioiit.uiils ( i iinl M.nr morn , will A Its Proprietor is Determined th it Shall be Second to no CoautrHotel in the State in us F&rc. Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of thoir Guests b Koraale by Mcltolierts HiatK, "Uwletil. Haxnaae n 111 tu and frnui trie fire of charae. Special arroranioitall onto I'oiaricrclalTraynUr. Th liar fill alwan aappllad with tne chotceal liraudu ut Lluunri ami Clear. noiiferd r' vW Tl KIM TO 6 liAVS BJBStii;kraalil uoi i "' nr " irnlnHWfi )"illi mi an " 1 - . leaoKly . wiirh ri mi JR atuitStnouri. it, ' He " iMm AU-l-t'A e ...Il EflZnu Chesbil Mr,totii; hj Ultra uMtMtku. tf,f lr. ,t Y k Co. I.t.t, tlutew. N. y Clnclnnatl.MSJpi Sol 1 e.i . r.rulltu a ,iiii ' At a neKro cnuipnieellni; recently held at HHUhoro, III., the prendier Innk ait hi text the pirnlite of the. proilik'tl ron, and during the delirery of Ihn dincouree n tfi. O. WALTON, UuHinottu Mauinrer. younc dnrkey nrrnyed in ptct tireeijuta and a many colored Intlern to represent the prodl-Uit, A tl. LULAl llMt .4HU, huh, hi ood in n t 'limp ol biiflun wnlliui for hin cue At lant the cue catue in the . 'I OJ ....., .. ,r. ili tram coins Noilh I 31 p. k nhape of a powerful tilnn t on a tin horn, )uta H t.ju:h 4,rM train" NnMi when he runlied mil and fell into Ihe arm i J " i. ........... il 8 A Krtilght Worm uf the old preacher, who ennoieil the purl of M a M 8 . " " houlti the fntlier. At I hi" juncture xouie nUterii lie latlrr trains alw curry InimjoTnUmituiJi".! h, .wu.nuiiwi'. rluU' broiikht for wit rd the fatted calf, which had ti ..! jl)Ht ill uutiiit." ii.it been preylounly killed and runnttd fur thi" purticulnr ucciriinti and ever one tumuli to wen uinke merry. Ine whole iirortnlini. I rami loati' Kuwimul atft and 7 Jta u. tone throiii!h without the, leant inieniinu nl IU turning, airltnat dalul ajMl' V V irreyerence and in yood fniih, after which the preacher proceeded wilh lun ilHCOUri'e 7io Fram Dispatcher"" Ilopkiiiav.lle South KenliickiHh. Jaw tlieft) are wuu, wtieti riding How Strai-tfHteklB Interior Journal J t Jtl tl 'l I." .. PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTS & STAGG, THAT HAvr. -- 3 1 paw-iiiter- 1 at M BUY 02T- - -. ' iiy e-- ;i 'ft ' . I OF- twT n - ,' ( piart' m Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Having lecurdthe Bervices of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work will bo done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. if The llrnt rtiinkejivuit! dny recmlcl wan observed in Leyden, IlilUud, October 3, h h rtaiuniiig the iruifrr ol tnetr trim, I'iT'i. Iieciiite of deivKrance from eeiire. iliu'ciuii: it tu iveiutiit iroui tiiiijn la u S leu obitrr inon fern n it iinutu tl in ivi iiiiuieroiM other ropa (lull, ititt iMtle Irackuu l I'.ie tiiti New lvm:lntid Tnnk''i;iv iPtum up in tni; roul, hi imler to prei"ii it 111 wn hehl lif order uf O iveroor Urml- tliey are t far tram til Inn one III whlun lord, it I'lymiuin, in Kl'.M, "Ihnt limy Mil.il,., itml Jfft trie Iiim of nil tins (Mfen uiiifht n'ter t unre "pMoitl uitnntr rejoice O lm vigilance together " I'Teru were th tok-i- i villi: ilnyn K'tA nrc reitll uniriKtwl itml tire. A iiiuuicniV tidied or thmiKnt in Ne K iUti I (rn ltlll. netrlf 7ery iiiiniifiil' tow in Ina chair, yetr, fjr (i si pirn mm, hi tn N'tiw cIiiIk uiam ol lli'l ir to oelil.liile hia brain, N itii-rltIt ir mi hid During the rem mil Hiiililttn iIbiiii in it" uini nttloin lurw Itltlou ihn oitervtoo wit ener-t1- , but nl hi it uitr ! thti lut (if itit'4 n ter Ui tt i0)n(i ii I u mlf lo Niiw Htit- iluty to waicti and pr iieot I'nere emu lo I nnd, till j hi tut ire tne 01 'tl trtr. Dlriiu li- hatillr anj othr (Iimiu hi ituionn tll ihe the wir it trtt nill'iritlly o'itryed nnd it iiilinemii aroCHlioiii uf a uivlllteil life now n ie,nnrl u'ldo n in tie t rl t all of the c tiling fur a wren n ilrrre of uarulixliiK rtlttet. wii;tilii'iM ami iiiv.ilvuu' "J fearlul re 'I'ne Inw nnd Hie lawyer are after the J. l jllPilillltV. N. rnilrond in n innnner ouloilltled lo allow IAj Wiin i l Here' who ctnnot 'Uniterm m'n haul from Inn llitillghl lo womler fur n few minulM rend I'retiilenl eend 10 eend, Sumner county, '1 eiine'cee, ilurtiiu t'ie day mid no oOtalli aouie relief in ilemnndinir her etockMbnt hnt never lieen f T' 'III trie prelum 0 liminer Osre? II Aril For ittiied, Mid clnuiurniK lor n hont ol fntr trtin 17 one except IIih were never fultilled. In rtre lilui mere intKl lie no relaxation uf the promt'?' Ihnt "tie kel no oilier eaiiufnctiou, II It naked Ulltid while lie remain on tlilty. Not a N rnail-berevert to her und the i: uilMl e o( liny dreituiliiK' not no iimlant ol thai all ru'hlt and frtnchlNet kiven I lie 0, A N f 'U ellinnm. fin ci nMitnt a Mlam, t:rei to wear upon a be repealed, by virtue of nun lultilluienl it' n reiMiiiiliilll otuimi contract". Allen county lint nlau retained 'n llfo mid vior ami uitittt him old ! in Mrftr". I'urler and Mcljunwii, of thla place, re hi uuie. When we coti'ider the m.irn of hi iltl-li- e, lo nritik: Mill lor the reooverv of orlti ol C. V N rnllrotd flock. Altueth ihnt fo it urwt ii' uMller er it it n pretty kettle of fiii for n lawyer"' lew HiKSldelilx occur xtilco linn jiltly lie Ihe C. i N. mutt either pill up lioMtc(ier A picnic. ciMrk'el iixin the irin or k'o up. lilatgow Timet. tti he kih urilr tiiou4iid iiuim lir ihe nifetr c( the iiaih umler iii direc o l'oiiifo 1'ue Ker, II. I ton, ami KMrreljr imee in cnef illun die K. F iim, ol lUlli, Me., who i" on it prcch-itiHit; "retried tirtin fur mi inHirtiii relax il crunmle l"iii"1 tohacoo, lint (.ollecled I me witrhfilltiei"-- . He fty that nifH, Im wtiw IihimIk "ume IHlere-IKi- i: "InlHIltw. i"ir llrr hitfe been pUrod lliilf nitd ni;nin, in lltlh alutle rlW.IKH) it epenl ench year n ul wtio liAfe il IhroUKh nil lely lor lohtccA; that ul 71 lioyt in one uram the lUoner which eiiJlr.ine.i il, r Ctir-I- n uinr "Olio'll ID had lobtcco, thai in n nly enil'led to nl lMt ill- - ilecree of "uniller nCltiHjl lriol Ihe hnyt were aiiut htiiklnlhei Hi' m luiplus) hj on larly deprtved; thtt nuiotii -- M) other raut l'iil-w- j e nl reuieaihrAiire of their mar "Chool buy" there were 1 IU who had Keview, leaned In chew or hinoke or both; nnd ihnt ul ''1 elulil lllilo lel-l- o, in tine primary iVfiat tht Morphine Habit 1V1II Ob out uf dre"ei, nere ax uiuoh I'ne IllenllllJ ol umriillllie vintUII to niita their vice lm never liteii heiter lllil"- - like little Kohert Iltetl ne iwrKihle, :tud the tiltny wetnl. trutK.t I linn in the tM-- e of n riinni; vlil it 1 ii ir Ji ii Hi ujailurl ritilr.ittl lnie 'lint mltjlr uvar utliiK iiini olllie iit ul 'iHioi-- r i w M LTJ 1 y 11 0 til 4 "4 T. R. AAALTON j(KM:it- - G o f5 a ft el 2 CD n ft . H C MAIN & SOMERSET STS-- , 5" ! in d lll A.TST1 11 GKTTIIE mJLmimmi O to w H CO ft x O H 7i n m ufirprtn liflnpn f ! nail HH dy u fnrrll 'i-- itiiian MKKCJIIA.M TAIIOi& 1 mii-tenc- have received and still receiving ul elf New Goods for Fall and "Winter, Comprising thine, to tuluotte wt.uien, a" i Trial. iv ' Huiiien, and ttlte nnuther llitni; lo lin-rury Kiel'- nnd citui their Imnile hoillee, and lo EC. Ihe dlc:iiire r ID' nUiut nccidentnllf crtmp (heir life ijivini; funeiioti", and to re'iirnel to the When the 7ii'iii h their tine, nervout MiTeptlbililie" chiK)l t'n loll, he niil Hrl d ol dep te rrie with a dlaboliCdt nut of n tree which iian i Hid hey, mil of It'll nked the priviltvn tirniikthl dontter to man. The uirl t ir oaaf.Ka IK Koiiik 10 the rii'ii in the eemiuxrr who doe not eXifit ouie time or other to - 1 hoeptlnl. fliere n(ie would lie fur n n huxbaiid nnd uurfe n baby oil 1: lit to dy nt tiuie, 1111I7 roijxthi: lier'll iwtien kiet thrown in her inlnnoy into the renret Druas, Books. Stationery and ixfjS" he rnnnu vhi iiuiuo. .rt .. ortirlau nl mib npiiroiRhed Hi'1 Inlile oh whio'i l; for in all eurh lhat would lie Kluol nn ink hiillle iriil n Htrliwr-iphilien, " A V merciful. Wumtn i" mnternily. If inwiiriim' DiMtiiMlonr Murtel coini'Otiniled. T m liurne lliUU orwi'lun III end n menl nut lhat He ahuttld not have cren(ed til the doctor, Hlieniplod to u rile wiih Henry and wutueii a they are tun- - liein.' uifii t lii 1111, Hie jouuw li rl nl ih to wrllt', I'ne pen ll.ll 'inlv r nuleep " hi) t o prnOtlCnd rfe nl Hie tillT'e Ih'tKlllly l'nper f ir window klatt it one ol the The Largest 8took of Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and Silverware recct;nixed in the point the punrtiirii i nowett niventiotia. A window pm H uiailt I I'din lei of while paper ma rut ten red Iroui not ion liver imiiKtit 10 thlt . W nee lie of tijp nUruiio yrirue mari't Prlrea l")or than r Wnu hM.CIocxt anil Jewelry V- .hafc3LS-He Ute.t It or linen and modified hy clieniic.il kcIioii. '--' t in ex uniniti in of the ink tiottle. 115? on .hoit nolle- and Wrrjnt.l p.lrl w t n lour oiince listlle, hut iner) wn no Afterward the ptper imlippeti in n preptr ink tn it it nil ptiuttHl liltck on Ihe out aliiui of camphor and alcohol, which make col ul ion ol it like parchment From thi" pjinl 11 cm el le, mid contntned Mniten'lio'' doe-be moulded and cut iuto remtrkahly loilk.li rp "t, eiiuli I ir 12S in aheet", nloiiHt truiiiparenl, a id can be dyrd or nuttic nut In tit until the (J iri-- i ui it n (Uii.uianuti New Orloans and Toxas Puciflo Railway.) rue tirtnoiptl of the nclool wait with nluiott the whole of the aniline colore, eiiumnne I iDime ilttely 111 I the uleepinc the retull beinu n traiitlucent tl.eet "how. Sliorto 1 iiml (Quickest Lino to Xow li wmt puiiniured fri 111 int far more vivid hue" than the beat kIhph KirlV rtrm lured Kast, Ciibft, West. llotton Journal. hilt I, unit the exhibit". thu tun it ler tt'tiutt to ill lml him ui irn "Muti'itu I Hie iipicmn, Huiith S any, Diluiley, von have had CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87 wilon km 0 wni'i ti th'iiiiii) nerttintjr Sash-Blind- s, love allaira and I wunt UK ill IMIVV.N. liy lliu miiill nli'ii'i which hid liejjiln to mime experience in KKAII your ndvice. There it pretty little wid i. U aTn n.Mli.l II. jumi nhove Hie wrtil f rm in t'ie Inrenrui &c. f I devotedly love. No. t. No..l. So. I. No.7. No C. . In No 2. No. i. No. S, I'delMDII hnii liuitn fnrdled nlmilt two iiw in lltrleui whom STATIONS. belUllv Ilallv ptyini: my addreitet to her how often Dally. Daily, hi. nun., D.tily Dally. Kx. siin Daily. in nt in only, itml there ti t pMubilttv Hint Dally oili'ln I toctll upon her'.'" 'J 0(1 p in 7 'u a ui L'rc ..flticliiUitil. ... A'rv ., n ,, w jo 25 it rur ctu he etloied. 6 11 p 7 M ' UX a m, rt U u m to 10 in 7 to t m'li v.i as ,,,.1,'vIiikIiiii Dimley -- "Hlie it a widow, you ttj?" in 3 ISpiu u va All ol fiMam' in mfni, ft 20 a , 3l5p iu 'J iUi II aft a ...luiii'tluii City ill it ' M p -- Vh p .1 p j 50 Siilih-"Vi- M, Chest of Imprisonment an the MinJ. 1 Hi p ,. ..OakiUle as Wa as good We can U r5 p iu 11 as a , t p 8 l0 lu Hovit' Diim'uy "Seven night: in the wek, my I'u t'ie ordiii'try tiiuid, fill uf btiny as tliattNiiiKJa lve ' IU D UOUaiu, SOOn "i fioopiii L'r.' . Chaitat.oui;H a'rv nl, in the Ii .y, wuh a Weilnetd.ty nnd SitturiUv mat- aJWl'tll driH.iirti tml ptt.11 or fii ire is see Come Alt ... Atlxnta .. Ar'v " f ich. inee !'.'.'..... ... '.'..". I Wl p iu It pin I, Til iilrmlnKbiiiii 11 (fia :t no a in intny nottve iml 'ruiiful yenr-- wriinn pa 0 W i ... Tut aiiNit . a , li li 8 U a ui 10 h 111 to l'i 11, fie ore nu nurt) r . . Akniu. () le day a little yirl nbom five yearH old . Yi.rk of oils u U n 'e I ( lid 11 tie 1t OJ .1 ...'.....'..'" Ou l MMriilUn V'rv heard n pretcner praytiu uiO"t liHlily, unI.'th sioam io'j'o'pui J. 15. JIU:i:,.iKl.. Ilustonvllle, Ky. lve . tlfriillrtii ..A'rr oftheUw M iuciiii 'tti i li tn Anx til the roof fairly rtntj with the "Itenqili of ....',' tttit .,1 3 30 n , !l 3" a til A'iv N.' Ormin.,lJ've S 00 . ft 00 p 1,1 fmn t.ia Hiipplioaiion. ofitiuiet thu ntr tint wmm c 111 I HO u Ml . Meridian A'rv ruruiti.' lo her muther ,10110 p m mm . t've Jtrk'uii A'rv 11 1 1 lf p in their owii ititt. i'u inn II U).l mi 1ve likaiiurti and beckoning her maternal ear don to a 4 0 p iu U furddrto bur t'liu tl v m I0.I1I lve MiillMU 10 OS am tpeakitiK place, ahe whitptred: "Minion, 8 ia p in rr. iirv.Nirt .. .., GOOh tn nleinf pt'.u n d lem. I' m i don't you think thtt if lie lived nearer Mulill tkiintnir II il II l il"iIM l;i" ill iiriiiKU tralui. with Hie prininer Wiiulrtwi U id he Wiiulilii'i htve to talk to lono?" H. COLUIUAN, Oen'l Frt. A I'aw. AKt., .ItlllN ' (IAU..T, (ien'i ManuKDl, of ti ir.d, ntfiu from nil ths in l; t.Alllllll.1., liili '1 n'l. 'liii.eml llttii'.".. si I'.nl lliilMhlK. IV wit 'mirth Street, Cincinnati, Ob'o. The world, the whole world it irnveliuu no longer uny pari in tiuoitnitr, deninol nl n llxoi hour tn hte the pur rentitnin to eternity in but two roadt.toe unrrnw way We dnlre to call your attention to curtreab and of hit )tle nil I Hiitdnwy ltf cu l mil 0' and ihe brntd way. We do not need n hint m tht nin It of ihu ro nf whe t he third w,y, for, lir"t, there it no third party to travel it, ami eecond, there in no third wai once tlm ptr', lit m Hi co 11 tie di Who 1I0 not tike tlm lleritlil unit 1'ior. 01 evirr description, which we keep cotntan'ly on baud, and ask you to comoaud examine It aa well ai nnd hmiM th it reutiin to hivii till 1 ml Ago destination. To heayen or to hell we tmiHt bjltl, hcuj tyhau he uhll, 'dfure the go. namo on a package of COFFEE la a nUui urinnnt guarantoo of eaccolloncounpityiiiit eiei of trie omul my bo h rite OiK'.Ont ,Sliuiim "George, dear," the aid, reproachfully wroiwed, writhe out taut wreicteil extn-enc- e, ound, we will show you th A. Which no retail home can compete wltb. While you an theclunc fondly around hia neck, "why .lauipla cop) of lli.it piiiwr uud a lautl(ul to which In yet s iu nnitntl clinii- -. will you eat r.tw oniont when ynu know IMow.s, Alt criuin probtbly hm nn elemtrii of in-- n you are comini; to ecu me?" "Meruly to COFFEE la kept In all flrst-olatnity iu it Tnera i iiai'hiu r tb torm 1 Woireagvnls for, the belt In the market; alto the storos from thu Atlantio to the Pacific. your love, my preciotiK," replied and unbnlnoced, there in no erjne of pro tet Site I'linS Inche George. IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, portion no idei of vilae. All thini are Or ninl nanir unit aililrenkea of ten or more l'realytrlun of tlltlerent tamiliea bo do of the world it 07 a minuiedium which The deilh-rat- e t now take the paper, nnd rcrelte the Ca. Keen ti.rmitsh a refracting BoinethltiB new aud novel and the finest thing of tbe kind lu uso. In our lino of Heating and Cook eml.ir and lample ropy free. .Seiulitloito-- . uuu i.jvmi, ., u v., Htnnnuly dUtorUaud faliifm thein. Iln ute, and the birth rate 70 a minute. Thin ., ... a... . Meutlon namouf cliurcli nnd paitor, aud tar .. r . . pncfs I. m.i,nuu vnmrui, Walt .4 m aliilr In ; is novor good when exposed to the air. Htoves. we can plrasotne most lasuuiousii' uotoiuuih - flPl mmr, ireji II nm f.... A.i we wlah tosnowyou soiueiniujfeiieiiejii. ui Adilremi vbbre ynu taw till you are lo neetniniily liuht per ceutace of Kin it sufli our under thp ntrtin of pritria lift tht mn-Always buy thlsbrandinhermetlcally kUillAMI AMI l'lti:SIIYTEH, there Isacarccly anything wo Eavn'ttiot that Is anything nar Veryline. Come In when truly, make It pleasant lor you. K Klu brutET, CDiciKNari, 0. Eoaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. ' town and we shall be delighted to mind ctnnot long retain lit loae. fll rv cient to give a net increase of population OC each year of tlmiU l,'JU0,00d eouU. Wnrner, in A'neriuan i" one 1ei 11 :hoOl liinnllni; ItKhitiiiabit r nin: lillr-.- r I' ilUiltlpiu, told lir n ooiiteuipi ' lll Il tbe beat In the market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Sooond to Uono in City or Country A. M. PEKiSfl, PHARMACIST, rauij JEWELER. ne G. KTJPLBY. -- WEAREN & MENEFEE, BlMlTf Irok'-putu- -- Uie--hi;- b W'al-tereu- ii. fil-e- d ''. 7v' m$f";'mxA, i- - Slpllitipill . jTOXwS r , P. LSJ A&Sf :1mtmtvf'('' - oiiK-ifrt- in I Queen and Crescent Route. South Tfxiis, Orlciuis, Florida, South 1 1 ritAJN-HOi'n- l. i Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sureys, Phoetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve Picket Fencing, fore, from the cheapest to the best. represented. Prices work guaranteed vehicles sell you suit the times. any dealer or manufacturer and for little money. broken. our line assortment before it and hides is larger and more complete thanf everf 111 111 111 111 111 i 111 -- 1 111 1 111 111 111 111 111 C, 111 H 11 111 W la 111 111 111 111 111 111 tm-tt- 11 ou 1 111 . 1 1 n-- i . WEAREN & MENEFEE. 1 111 111 . 111 ' t iru 1 !" .S 111 le 11 111 . -.- 1 1 1 'riU -- AtterttoHt PItMt ik-i- 1 PRESBYTERIANS SEIVT 'l ARBUCKLES' - -- FOR Complete Xaine of Groceries Our 8tock of Hardware, Oliver Chilled and Imperial ARIOSA Calendar for 1888 ss COFFEE A iii't .. -- .Mt-izin- JlOUlkliilS 1HS1W11X. MV .& Tp SMBCTT' " cheerfully tlsked his reputation in sticking Jlorton, Jntnet H., fr,, so acres, 11.75; ! Ham, ItcKta, '8.1, V0 and '87, 30 acrci.fll; to the gospel troupe and soon found himLa forte, 1). II., .14 J. E. Lynn sold to D. N. Prewitt G fal I'roiu my pasture near Hintonitlle, Ino I year-ol- il self in a decided majority of the "best peo- Mitchell, John, 131 cret,33 tenU ileors, ooa llfht red with whltn stacks, the cu, Jl.to; heifera at 2 cents. QOD IS LOTS AND NOTHING ELSE ple" in Paducah, not to speak of our own Msrih, Ale 107 acres, 31.13; other dark rt, with ihuw of brlndle weixlit i, about 1,000 pouodi. ;Any Information lliauklully A. T. Nunnelley bought of 8. II Stanford, KyH - November 15, 1887 fayorite "toughs," whom we always get and Martin, Wm . O., fi acres, 13; received an Iroabla eoiupemaiwl. hogs at $4.10. Shanks 30 . O. nMA Til Kit hl ll , upon whom we specially dote, with true J'aOsett, Mary C, 87 acres, RS cents; X11A.ISE X.OIIO. lliislonvlllii. 2g0 Jt. fully , John II., '81, M, M anJ '87, (I acrst, $1 9Y, James McCabe was hanged in Pennevangelistic fervor. Of course we feel tru Richmond House, Paducah, IleynoMi, W. It., '81, '85, 'm;, '87, 100 acres, fc.7o; TttcnitauH ittul JFrlititvn Fubllnhcil sylvania for murdor after having been m saved peo ly gratified if the "goody-good-- AT November 7, 18S7. Singleton, Konl T,, 21 acres, fi.oS; pited eight times. Deaii Imtesioss We were moet agreea pie are for us. But to he "highly esteem Sliiglcton, Jeticjr' livtrs, '. auJ '87, l) acrei, 'J5e; ThU li lo Dllfv Ihe public that we will m.t ior ANNUM, ilABII. S3 Evansville, Ind., has a girl with ahead nr I'HKCI.NCr.NO t. bly urprUtd ImI Thursday by the unex- ed" by the "publicans and sinners" is our ill lay banting or any olher lMnsll.ir S will punUh any erson or erion farmi, but It anderttood If we credit that 13.50 will be ex- go red that four white horses are alwayi pected arrival of Mr. and Mrs. John T, loftiest ambition. I know no, sweeter seal Hsitoo, (. W., '81, 'iy 'a,; koJ ;, ili irrei. f . 8 llll.n,(). W.,2Aacio, 11.76: pected and demanded. seen in her vicinity. 10 treapanloi to the fulleilentol Ihe law. Lynn. The latter our dear Kitty Wray, to our simple ministry than this, "the comHiiJmiii, W. II., VOO acre, $lti.78 Nov. I, IMT. JAMRH i'Krrt.Kh. for mayor of The nrohibtllon nominee "as was," and navar looking better in her mon p pie hear us gladly," always, Pralte InyarJ, Krauklln, '81, 'aa, , '87, M acres, $7.aV V. M. ttl'OO A. I. MO III'. Louisville hasdeclinel the honor of run Johnson, Jiii A,, '8,'a6.uiil "87, IS acres, 17.10; W. P. WALTON. fK..I.Vf. life than thabrlda "aait" of a short fort the LORD! , ning simply In get left. Trueheart also laid himself out to make Marlon, l.il, I mrt-- II H); night. Thay ealy tarriad one day; he, inl'ejton, Taylor, i ire, 1.lJ; The St. Louis woman who threw a deed, even law; for aa left on the early Frl our visit pleaant and sticceful. llec nies Unwell, lleurr, 81 arris, J.fii; The agony is over and the terrible II at pn-caat Mre. Cleveland is now on exday a. m. train, laaviag bli lovely wife to up to his name. I cannot say a better Miellburker, &., Wt acres, 8t) tenia; market nmsascre has been attooed as much hibition at a dime museum. follow in tba aftaraooa. They are Inking a thing than that "Rowland & Trueheart" Talliolt, Mil Mimiii, 00 acres, M.7.1; as it could be with the foul blin 1 of live o' Terlnine, Vf. It., towu lot, Sixty cotton factors and buyers of New common ae&M bridal tour. He is "on the are no longer a mere firm of real etate and Terhtine, J. I'., town lot, IJ.iS; Linus, the worst of them Orleans have made estimates of the cotton ita perpetrators. l 80; during the insurance hutne-- s men, but names that will Wllclier, Jo'in, lauren, S.'.M; road" and caa ill apara th time all and the maker of the bjoui that did the crop, whloh avenge. 0,69(5,000 bales. APOLLO busy season, avaa far a wedding jaunt, else stir our hearts with gratitude and alleciion WHKlit, l)ai,'8l, '8, '.Hanil'S?, i acrol, tl Ms work, could not bear the idea of dangling Charle Moon, a white miner from Inwhere. So tha practical girl wno gave him while life shall last. We want our friends Wright, 3iii.ui, '38 anl '87, town tot, H.tiO; at a rope's end, so he pu t a dynamite cip diana, was crushed to death by slate caving r ii.ohki), her hand and heart, gow "drumming" with everywhere to know them. Bruce, Alei. 't town tola, (4.70. in his mouth the dy before the execution in on him in the mine near Jellico. So many names of good, kind, courteous weeks. I'll venture to say, him for a few CalilKell. Kih, lijcrea, II. j and lighting the fue with a candle blew all Elia-betSheritl J. C. Rogers and Mis in alter years they will look back on this people I could write of down here, but the Couvr, Samuel. I win, JI.U; the top of hie head off. Gov Olesby com. daughter of Col. Treacy, the noted tiunu, William, luwn lot, 51 tH; commercial travel, where pleas mention of llirse must sutlire, with a partrautod the sentence.! of Fielded and Swab horseman, were married at Lexington in i'fiis, Allen, .1 ncrci, II ); ing hearty recognition of the kindet treat ure willingly plays handmaid to business, to life imprisonment, bat declined to interllllle, lletiry, 2 town (,ts, it.M; great style- as the most exjuittely charming part of ment from our hot of ihe Itichumnd House TuomM, Minn, sue II n; in the fere with the verlict of the ourt Stephen dano received from R. L. Mr Chas who i also major of Paducah their married lives. How much better I'lki'lM'! mi C -- wnirr. ciuMofdpies, Parjon, Ki?el and Cummins, of Biurban countv, 61 head of Reed May he soon be presiding over his Wsuuer, 1 houiu, mcics, li.tfv; Tlio Boat in tho than spending several hundred dollars in a a little and they were promptly executed, fat cattle, averaging 1,630 pounds, at 4J cle. eoLOKKP. seeing sights that neither $100,000 h'ttel, now going up. and realize fashionable tour; after noon Friday. Tney were ddfitnt to lirlntit, John, 2 acres, li.M; , Georgetown Times. care for at such a blissful criis; and wast hi mit "anguine expectations of success. tliaxle, IJtJT.SI scnii, f.l.llS; WORLD. the last and met death with the evident itu Isaac Murphy, the famous jockey, has ing He attended nur meetings as often as his lewlt, UarUml, '2 arrea, M cents, time thnt has In be made up by extra predion that they were martyrs. They signrd a contract with Baldwin for 1SSS at I'HKCIMUT no. 7. when the journey is over. We engroeii)i: duties would permit were) each ahrouJerl bef ire being led to the $12,500, being the same amount he received hard work, ll'iw of'en great re tills hang en merest Ill.lt, lien Ah, '80 anJ '87, 10 acres, II. M; brief visit of our happy young enjoyed the gallows, and beinn refused the privilege of for his services this year. IxiKKe, I'hriitlnn, Si acres, 13.75; Sfiid for Clrriiliir, couple, and were doubly happy to see them trill! A trite remark, hut I must make it I'rltlll, llol.erl,7acrw, JI.H; making addrei'ej, eich managed to get in is to The Phanix Hotel at Lexington Bro. KowUud's presence at Frankeo radiant. A'ter all, discount II, as grim again. I'elers, ('ailuklnl, HI acre, II. aa; a sentence. Spies said, "There will come be raided a storv and have an elevator put 4th ssmI MltH, fort nn busine-- ; a trull in to hear a ser J, II., V acre-- , 3 lents, ungraciuu a time when our silence will be more pow- in, The St. Nicholas soil this week for experience often doe, in its mon, perhaps thruiii:li mere ciinoilj; and "vtortitt, Arnotil, SI acres, 11.81. way, erful than the voices they are strangling to $15,000 Ky ruloKkti. UMil.fllle. "Tbero'i nothing hall so sweet In lite the sutiriqiieul imitation to his city tj bold (lllumn. Itaic, i icies, I.'; death." Engel wildly cried, "Hurrah for -- U N. Prewitt bought of John Bright Ai Love's youD dream." a erie of service, not knowing, at all, dales, Kmnrls, l arm, II 16, anarchy," which waa echoed by Fischer 23 175 pound hoes at 3j; 14 ol Luther God bleas the young people, say I, and "w tiling would grow." McMulltn, lHn, ' anl N7, 1 acre, li JO. lereunto thi who added, "This is the happiett imtnent Underwood at $3.85 and 6 of George Hop- may more of them try early matrimony, Tu day I am leaving a comuiuriity rttried MrMiilllus, Jauioa, I acres, I IV, of my life." Parsons aked to be allowed per at 4 cents. 4 even if some do fall and fall by the way . I lo it ery deptHs with these giett pmh McMulllm, WlenKi, acres, ll :ti. to speak, but being refuted, said, "Let the i'. Elder John s. Sweeney is holding a re mean somebody else' girls, of course -- not letn of eternity; busines mm carmtic I C.Jtity her ll II I always advise them to "leave well voice of the people be heard." A.1 soon as vival at the Christian church in Harrodt-bur- g mine their bible along in (h"ir counting-timi- ., everything was in readinen the drop was alone" and lick to their olil dad All of conducting the C. P. HnptiiH some lo muiilain, ol lo r'ire the ,sprung and the four men dangled at the musical part of "i servicm. which may be very seldh. If it is I can't raised in lal weed's .erticr-- ; htln Nrtv IMiologr.iph literally strangled excep points ends of rpos aud were The Short Line depot at Anchorage help it. Every rule in ul have its itretts ot lives bn,'lilenel wilh the Sior's two. For I am happy tu pos-eto death, not a single neck being broken. burned at S o'clock lat Thursday night, lions my Keial maiilfefted presence there; ami not a few OpwslleCbiut I'ol'm.J "a. ant isminn , tur u iinU iir ll nail have my liair pulled And thus waa the terrible traeiy of Mav ind along with it T. C. Ilobbs' general mer writing which, works atileed. turned fr.im ileih unto life. Thu Uh, ISSG, when seven policemen were chandise store. J. It.l I' I I I., Tne total los is from in due courre, when they read this iu ourtiod I f "i'liere ar hut puis of Hi ..srsi'nr print. murdered, avenged by the stern hand of the $18,000 to $20 000. praie llim foreyer! gloriThe meeting here bat. heeti quite a law, which is, thank Qod, still supreme in J L. Cogar has purchased this week Kv- -r in Oko. 1) IIaKMU H. C. JOHNSON, this land of the free. Every eflbrt to save week 500 bushels of barley of Alex Dunlap ous success. Tne people we wanted to P. S He iree, in om "tw u' our u and every court, at 52 cents; 5,000 bushels of wheat of Grad rech crud m hear. The qtiectionings the scoundrels was made dring, diiring h sum jier, left her nljtk THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, to the highest in the country, appealed tu dy St Son, Versailles, at 75 cent; and 'o have been searching and ".burning" ones, tin) iiuer jickd Menviry re'U-- e In anil ihe dear Matnr has given ready and Is now ,irptretl with a a,l slu k and an addi in vain. They had outraged society and hogs of Mrs. Sarah Blackburn at $125. frieti'l IIih infmt, I' any priin, wre-rk iu h u llmtal worsuiiN Mi do u) lnoo l answers in every instance Praise neriinenl its government and their lives could but Midway Clipper. Ha ihe rviutiy sod kind ere may fall n.on line. hili trial, "iwoji oaInI. aniasier slrwiliner lute ' km, poorly pay the penalty. As they sowed Four negroes of Nelson county have Hit). w any i iing a') lilt oir umpU'i' uiing The sharpest Itst ol the hold obtained by ki eo they reaped and their enda will teach a been sentenced to the penitentiary for one rne-tl- y req lenteit in Ihei ar." gospel was put upon us the last three lesson to their class that anarchy can find year under the "Kit klui Act," for having our Toe in dr p her a jio tl, with thu A popular opno foothold in this country nnd we shall brutally beaten and otherwise abinel two days of me week (list gone .1 (ill MtlVi'. or la jmrtnl I, In wr n apace nd our 'uhy In no u ter lira era troupe luok our lull Tnursday ntghi, JIUimi eaiaelo.iiy hrm avui 1 an li un Ihe hear of no more of such lawle'snees soon. women of their own race, of who ft conduct ll -'- i that uiuhi doiluiv f r i I l (.1 her l.y m.iii li.r this sdsrrll men onei and Ihe suie day the "Wu.nlUil OXTXl.33 i Tin. n loipenlive one. Wh llpeiffeiii sail the kee,.ii ul n r SrcAKiro of Sam Burden's excellent they did not approve. mid opened up their wrap their Contracted Scratches. .i i.i.r.s m: SciaUea, of Georgia, has mode an mde Gov. Gordon, O ournalistic work, John G. Pulliam, of the "lie iiit n' I el 177JH Msni'.rd, Ky Muk1i, moat attractive ailyerlluieiil concerts, pist draw newer Lnwlwgo, Srralai. . Mercer Saxingi and Doings, who used to eel order fining two uf thecowpauv laing t'' at the Jioiir our meetings he,'an 1 confe-- s win v'f iiiveriiig mrinori. In a Kiptwn Kh.atiim, 8triiin Hoof Ail, Stitchsi, up his letters to this paper (and by the services of the penitentiary convicts $2 500 I should hive lined Very uiuc'i t'i lop ami hurry up, it you know nnyihitu', dear harw. Ecretv SUtrJotnU, 3e14i, render way the manuscript was so good that print- each for cruel treatment of the convicts. imt tieen toiug ner them uiyir, ll I Worms, Backache, Un In behalf ol an erring (I inld her to c r ers used to quarrel over it), says: We feel The Que i to be paid by February 15, tin to Cms l hit plaie I.' dajs mo a bil ho BilM, SwHnney, QslU, preicn; tnd whether 1 would al jmi .iuikIi PmwklRiea" an.iii i.wnei ii, st r ev.ryt'ii ig alon aii-- l mil rtl'er a personal interest in all the triumphs of der the penalty of having their contract SsHitUaalls. m o uihrr lilm hy usyin f .r Ibis n. Sre have llu.ete I loiu !! tug t t verjf 'a iu BrnUwt, II (IIIIMAM, PHm. in fraguien's tnroiigli iheouiinr ).bir pro Spavin Col. Burdett, for we were familiar with bis annulled Bunions, I rati if anybody eiu had hetiu L'oiiu to PjIiI 'J I rihard. Coras. A few years ago a lawyer named CraeVi. manuscript when he Grat began his repor-toriItem cnlld her yui) itnetin thomh indign Horeley bought all the witlmit trees he orin, I cum t OTttinW i Tiio tuoipti-lioPTKll nant career from the classic hills of Mt. THIS GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y in a Wiztrd Oil ouuceri i like Mr. Kentucky at 50 could in Northeastern niiiislm r.irerytodyeietty wliat Vernon. Iu R ihsrtsnn county partrnlge are ro fipwlarl' tor tb cents and paid the money down. A few Welter' knowledge jf LhmIuu, "eiien"ive ..rll liie..f tlw rw and peculiar." Tney certainly uiike '"heiv- - plenttfiil that tney are a drug on it.e nur the Histai. Liniment ta round In tt The Virginia victory will give the days ago he old his purchase to the Singer VVe.t, I will nn mt HstIiir iletertulnvd la i urllleHlilllly. .mryblytisw1aiiehnedli tho'lgo their aim mty be "ol Ret at 75 cents a tloten mu-iplare near I'rewi heixl lie, oa I lie Iran in.katu.k United State Senate one more democratic Sewing Machine Companv at a proht of euly" I. iiinlicimuiinwNl.il In esase f earthy." l.atlrlir lurTlke. M'll lo the I.Utii-.- ' htJ.ler MI The ll.nii' He ied. ff aiMfaitasi. I Wie eirih, $100 000. Thi' Kuimelt L gn is moved lo rennr. On Tuosday, Novorubor 15, 18S7, vote after the expiration of Senator nor Wi Wi.il, neiuier ine p.-The I'UNRliTtisola II for Ma nanus asut ld ! & (' , delivered Wakefield, a "K'ery houel man hope that Inire term (March 4 h, 1889). If no tiU It alwaya All of wy rMnal .iuerlf, roo.lnti.K ol Thr ell-on ard O i nail the leai appreciable ' heaven and every scoundrel fears that there One cwmlilnid llo'ee t wi M, I iwo uf c other vacancies are created by death or res- 34 feeding cattle to f .f. Foster Wednes ! ine unriauau cnurcn llr.' a years tild. Maies, work Jes'l ut Thr SlliiPrneswtallllifsaw'of eefSTtey ignation in the interval the senate will day; price $3 40 Wm. Moreland bought our is a hell. That there la some recompense 2 Mllt Mii'rw '.III Me" Uny, I The 'oiU'irnee.lH-Mi1iwaliiia;nh- 4.t packed nnd e hail three night iu Brotner (or .aandly.ara uld, yiwrliii Mutm oiee of Lee, Hudson & Co. a car load of butcher wno cheer and some punirimeni be a tie. And the Democratic those then The iiiiit mh1s II la bis bona, bla l.i like, ol work (si lie, t i.illk 2) Lumber's church of oonpictiou an t hlM.'i'k nrt for thoe woo plague Ibis dross that we call Cows, 8 t'aite', ft head t Nu I ri 'tndowu to be elected in the fall of I8S8 cattle, averaging 1.185 pounds, at 3 cents. ' '" b good broth ) Kwihi 7 U limn ir lln- - lliiHlmiiH sand 211 llif ao The life lo day and which w It be immortal toGenirr Bros, bought 10 mule from Lee, May ine dear LORD e our will have the casting vote. hurry, I ICisd I ait 2 Hsnn., I isi IUar, t.ii ui'l lr alt.laHdalMe, ourtesy, and morrow. I a certiin as thai Unlei was a er for his generous cnri-lin- n ' ' .Mower. I llsy Kjle I hes Walter A lVo--l Hudson A Co. at $13) per head; 3 from S. Tlie HiiiM-liiHr- ler llrlu I "onhum Mill, Nn I el ut Hum k.mlili's frli ml and Mvfret rrllanew. Senator Vooiuiees save of the election: W. Given fir $350 -- fDinville Advocate. build up his church fur his kitidne- - lo us. guinl idge in M day " I set ol I'srlor Kurn ture I Organ, I lml, w,u "" ' ' The Mck.sniir nrwto "It's glorious, glorious The result of these I believe He will. If we are doing the Machine. I Jo (iw llnuv'"old awl KtlrhMi LOCAL MOT ICES .ril.liar. anda wntldoftrouMft. Kuriiiiure Fariuin liil. meiiis ItW nushels ut 's The following ;eu d'esrit from Mr. elections means the continued ascendency word of blemg is LORD'S work, Abram's " IV nesl,7.S tun el. The ltHllindniHiinefdM and W'H ui torn ami 50 hosbels Bhelle.1 Oils pencil is worthy a as true to Us as It was to htm: "l will of the democratic party for the next 25 and Buy your school iuoics and school sup lum ..hlnlife Isn rcmndor aecHesHsandila. ! . e Id ImikI THwTi" Tnhms All sums ol Sin and iiodrr. The IliirUwiiiiiNniiiM neodslt. perhaps 50 years, and it means the renomi-nati- wider circulation than it will receive in the bless htm lb t hlseth the;" or thai other pile Iroui A. R IVnny over thst siimunt a ernilt ol r n muhs on toud n.irllke It a an antidote for th ' ! th 'prove--l Mcunljr. Ilea ut h mht cnl r. Ask your grocer for the Cincinnati Ba whertfire word to the disciple: columns of the of Cleveland and his triumphant Woo leyer receiv day ofsal., Hole nnl vcurlly in be liinii a'ld inr(rt vbleh awrrun4 ll.e Irmn n i. It atut lila Tim .llerrliuiil Klreii lielurti noprrly Is iriuoTtd election. It also settles Blaine- He will its reproduction in the 'lime, where it will eth you receiveth Me." I do not quote the aing Co. 'a crackers and cake. ' t A.vldeols will l,l eniiyeM W ATCHKrt and Jeweiry ropmred on shor bale will eeln (liiiii.itiy st In o lxk not be a candidate next year, for he is be sen and enjoyed by athigger chunk of reverse side of the promise, though I have .lullS .I.W)f..OV. lhe.eoHnelli"Mimauit Llnlmetit ImnnU! ., otice and wrtrranied by A. R. fenny. ) 11. I'. Ill 911, Auctlouevr. ehrewd enough to see that no republican the human family: (And for the same ret Been it fulfilled in dozens of striking case Keeiui llulllfliitlii lliiu'. Tt. tl.i A uuMi'l.KTK stock ol jewelry, latevt eLVinomr son we give it in the Interior Journal:) can be elected " I was really torry for the opera folks. rle. Rockford wa'.nhes a peci.ilty. A, lwet.il llullli In I Im I'liftiirr. lislnim.il nf a "The republican party cannot survive Tney had depresnu "houses " and I kuow K Penny. use In cae of accident sarea jialn anil loas of KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. The Mercer county democratic commit the loss of another presidential election and llir flulil- Keep ii llollln all the heart ache of empty seats. I was es Tiik firm o( Fenny & McAliler having tee has adopted tho plan of having the balue whru ii'.ed. r that loss now stares it in the face. As a pecially soriy, because I neer siw a Ihe accounts are reaily fur eeine "iUiie-CjlrtiMIC(iiile.M lot boxes taken to the voter in the primary meut. Come al once and eeltle. Y 'li may party it has outlasted the day of its usefulladylike and gentlemancompany of Vnllfy Co. NcHport Ni'ws A: yI . . m election, it having worked so well in Boyle ness and the reason of its being. A rent! ly people than composed the troupe. They and other counties Shortest and Quiokest Runto from Ue mentalidt and a warrior, it is unsuited to boarded at the Richmond House and we tral KontucKy to all Points North, & OHIO! the busy nee la of peace and practical du had abundant opportunity olsiuilying them. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES East, West and 8outbwost. MORE LOCAL. life. Of fixed ideas it has The Wizard Oil men, too, were such nice ties of every-daKasl Line lletween du Mt J OS! A H Youno has been appain ted post- none. It will llounder through one more fellows, with such voioesl They practiced a lowingTlrtne olI taxes on e and iu)uld (or the fol I.ILYI.VC.TOX On will OIXOLWAT- - I'iiIIiiiuii Curs hih! ! I I 'I'ruiiiH master at Crawford Laurel county. national campaign, and, going to pieces on good deal at the pirlor piano and ho we 1887, Through tlckats and Uskksko checkM) to au MONDAY. DEC. New pavements an- - hemg laid by Wm, the rock of prohibition, its fragments will heard their best piece. Of course they tin destination reached hy railroad. County lou't lla),eHi to public sale reap a goldn harvest. Both parlies Knr lull ulara, call on any ai;ut of th Daugherty at his hop and by W. F. Ram-e- y drift away into infinite space and finally iloir In nlaMorO, Ky , lor cmli In To WnahuiRton, Uiohinoiul at d or mj mutli thenol company, or melt and thaw and resolve themselve into left Sunday; and then we hud a clear field, haul, tho hi loiu, rr. erty, adjoining. ri F. II. MOIWK, . Any oiieilmlrllii; Old t'oint Comfort us will pay mM Isms Hint l. A.KKKI.UV AKenl, oblivion. (ien.I'sii. Ai;eiil, I'au. Trar. and our beautiful opera hoUfe again. It to imt li.uri the day ol m csii do so hy pa) Ui II (Virliikltiiu, Ky lxlUi;ton, K As a fitting finale of the Hughes Carpsn mil! i.iiulall.l Ihncoit ofudrerlisllW, and as you "We wish it no harsher fate. It has, in filled our souls wan deep tharikfuhie, to low) your nsmoa will be wlihdraaii from this H. C. HliNTlNOT'iN.. Uifelrfr. ter case, Dr. Carpecter obtained a judg deed, been 'a hos in its day ' Perhaps, af Ilxneral lltfiit-s- CuTliiijtoti.Ky see the way it was packed, to its utmot ca- list. WIII1K. PHKCINIT, HO. klANtOKO, nient against Misc Hughes for $155 tho ter all, Mr, Halstead i right in one res To LoniBvillo and. Cinoliinuti pacity, at the closing meeting. Although Mitchell, VaI. ibe and '87, Ml acres, 110 H; amount of his bill for services rendered her pect. There would be a kind of fitness in a 1 ConiiKtlons diiect for all wlnl Ut the unconscionable hour and a preached an lll.tt KM, Ml. 1, and thenthrotun his attorney, Col. W. G. grand and lurid tahleau to signalize its fin half they listened with patient and unwea- Ralley, Ihoinai, II screa 82 2S; West,NortM.WesU3outh-Wes- t Welch, magnanimously remitted it and an at exit from the u after the manner nf ried interet. My theme was ''Reurrec-l- i llurdett, J'Mhaud riioiuas, h acres, UM; lUuKnuisn. KIIJili, town lot, S3 10; order to that eflect was accordingly enter- the last ecene m 'Faust,' as rendered by Mr. No ; n" and Jeua' final triumph perfect and Cialtf, Uc, aire, Jl.t ; No. I Hail ed. IN KKKKcram-- l 30, '87 Irving and Miss Terry nightly at the Star eternal over all His and our enemies Oh, Olu-iM(an II y town lot, tlAt; Autbuuy, Louisville & Nashville R. R fi nim Fouk of the men charged with the ass. Tneatre in New York. The bloody shirt, that all would see that God is fighting Ihe (ll'ths, Top, towu lut, I l.iS; 1IIK llllKAT Ijickey, Tliuuuf, acre, 11.80; i! ISO i m 7 .fl p . I.fe Imlsellle asination of Howard Monroe in Bell coun- stretched across a clothes line, could lepra deil and not us pour, broken, oppressed Mon ginnery, Alex, town lot Si. IS; M fU p ii. II vi ,i M Arr lilnlun sent the cross to which Marguerite (Mr. creutures, sinner though we are, in consei ty, Jefl and Joe Henderson, Dick Pierce m UhiieHuliih ttub.nson, Henry, town lot, 1 10, LINJ " ClmrlutlirlllKVrMirlmis I's5 ten n'n '1.1 In nn m TIIKOUUII M .luucl) 10 w and Alvis Turner, having been held without 8herman) clings, and over which she falls quence. This clears away all obstacles; Tucker, Heorgu, 10 acre, itM; 4 '.ii pin 8 TO TIIK 'Klthiii'iul iim fl l1 ji m " Newport New" bail, were delivered to Jailer Owens for lifeles, whilst Faust (Mr Halstead) is solves every mystery of life; and brings Hiislou,l'etvr,S acres it; 7 no m "Old I'lilnt Oiiiil.irl dragged ofl to hell in a hand-baskby Me "life and immortality to lighi" for those Hill, Wyatt, acre, 1.40; 7 4e t in safe keeping Friday, tint I the February trrui . . " Norfolk PKhCINCT no. 2 won K, 'J '0 " Wsshlntou in 8 .' p in of the court in that county. According to phistopheles (Blaine), followed by a chotus who sit In whatever darkness. How it Nonlyke, Millard, 184 and '87, town lot, SI; - -I- YI1H M XI m 11 ft m Mallliiiiini ;i iki of imps led by little Fo raker." " I'nlliil-lphl- n tells out where we are, when men will fight it Hill,, in no. 3 wiiit'k. raKciocr the evidence it appears that Pierce did the " NewVom tijm a m Pullman Palace Sleepers. you, to maintain that God damns; and light Audrowa, Suiau, '87 and '87, 82 acres, ; shooting, having been hired to do so by the Some Expressions, wteii Old IN I r i No 1, d Hy i ic.ii Hunilin deny thst God saves; will resist Debuey, Jemima's htlrs, 210 acres, ?!.; other men, Jeff Henderson being the origiGovernor Taylor, of Tennessee: "Tuee you to lilllllHVlllO Norfulk and Whltn !4uliliur The train arntii Ioaney,.fo3iah, '60 and '87, 12acrri, 'ili (eiili; every appeal you can make to proye that 1'oiney, at White hiiliiliur on eaurday la) ovir lui'il to .NiihIhIIIc, nator and instigator of the murder. It will day's elections prophesy with infallible pre lwi, acres, Ji.80; 10:10 r M ritmd.ir nluhl iitiiln IV o i, dally excepl be remembered that Monroe was shot thro ciion the shelving of Jatnea (J Blaine and Jesus heals the sick, and resist every ap. Koruey, Henry, Ifi acrea; il 70; The trull! lei tip,; lllllllli. LoutsTlllearnl Clnvluiiall mi Siiunlay rum wily '8tiaml '87, 101 aire, 8.'; a window as he sat in the room with his the of Grover peal you can make to prove that He does Delaney, Catherine, and '87, 11U a'cres, J1.S0; and to Ciltlon KiirKo, arriving Iheni enmity at i, In a .Mi.iiHi;iMiit'ry, '85, 'tG m. ai.d luiliu; nver timir Mniuluy a 7(i a m not afilict. I am ever thinking of the time (irllUu, Oaild, '8J, 'Miami '87, hi acres, 14 80, sweetheart, one night about a month ago Cleveland to the Presidency in 1883." Hagi;ard, Allen, oa. 3 nnu 4 run dally eicrpl ilit they do mil when these poor deluded souls will look Oats, Jemltiu, '85, 'i'i and 87, W acre), 7.:i5, is said to be a perfect devil. As Henderon runlwlweeli Hlchiuoiid mnl O ,1 I'ulnt nu Huiidiiv Senator Beck, of Kentucky: "Tuesday'e ,11olil mill v. OrlemiN. No. 0 leATia (111 hui'iitd dully nr in iiihIhV an illustration of his meanness it is told vote means Cleveland for another term, the Savior in the face, after spending life iUiiivrs, John, dr., 100 acres, sl.1.1; Itiuis lietween Cllllou King ami ajIiIa d. rjmlth, Blizahetb, 'Jo acres, S5 cents; Ashland lor Columbus dally rxcipt Sun Only one chnurfe to polnta In that while at the hotel at Corbin he threw Blaine's retirement, an end of hero worship in slandering nim. day. atoutly insists, with diulth, Joseph I ., 100 acres, ti 8S; Ul Mr. Rowland-h- e a piece of coal at the proprietor for nothing and a rebuke to personal abuse. I think No, (1. dally from Ash'sud to CMf'on Toiije acres, W. H.,'61, '45, '8ii and '87, ,70; Wearer, Halt) txeept .Sunday from Charlottesville toO.d whatever and broke out a large glass that Cleveland will have Allison as his oppo thankfulness, that he la not "colonel" Walton, Kellx I!.. U acrtu, 31.CJ; I'.diit who brought us to Paducah, held out faith Woods, Mary, W.'HC and '87, 50 acres, I'ullman Blrepliit; farsoii all ihrmmh tralre ornamented the door. It is said that be raer.t." Old Dominion Hleamshlps leave Norfolk on Mori, I'KUriNCT no. 4. Governor Stevenson, of Iowa: 'The fully to the end. He ia a Presbyterian, has plenty of money and that he brought a day, Tiieaday, Widiimlav. Thurnlay and $I.'J5; 75 M for Now York Becking homes on tno lino of this road will rocey d friends, tho' Apple, W, a., 12'id and '87, acrts, roll with blm containing $2 700 Sheriff elections on Tuesday give Piesident Cleve but he stuck to his acres, l.lo; For Tickets, Hate Information, etc., apply al special rates. Aker, J. W., "Hcti Agents of till Company for ratea, route Ticket oIIIcb or address who brought the quartet waa ac land the nomination by acclamation, and eomeof his brethren "raged" and others Francis, MerlJa, 35 acres, 11, 7o; Ingram, W. '. Wl KIIAH, Ac, or write II. W FIIM.KK. oompanied by Jailer Johnson and Messrs. secures bit election beyond a reasonable "imagined a vain thing." But being only Uooch, Vf. M.,2 aires, 81.20; O. P. ArMOllE, 0.1'. AT. A., ce President, 2d Oen'l J'sas'r Aul Lout.Tille, Ky Ktcbmontl, Va. lmlavllle, Ky private" in the Confederacy, be Uorlon, George W., 07 acres, 82,70; Colaon, Ingram and Myers. doubt." a "high Ifargi, Hawo, 3tmi-89CeeUn 1- Inttriorlournal ALL SORTS AND SIZES. GEORGE O. BARNES THE HTBAYJCO J - 250-poun- 1 y" I'EU PoertocSL. j.JI. 1111 ke sA.S'uLSlafe. h, epi-ode- tWJ KIIISCT, 1 Fi-c'i- 1K1 i. .m:vi.a.m, 4 -- ir Uiilli'ry f5 ' s 1 -- -r 277-t- wa" J-- "ii, EAST! ' i e "ie ll i 1 r-m xican usfang Liniment nppi-aranc- e oe .i.i:, fit -- ESstr'.svy i. let i, r J T al ls-i- rsl iiHlrrl . c, ri 1 .lliH-liuul- ol rn, Vice-Preside- hle-siiii- ;. 1 1 lli, l il I ?J -- l- . ',t Wat-terson- tewel-pointe- "'' r nn burier-Journa- .t l; nei-d- - hir.. i (278-td- I Almln r gen-teeie- H CHESAPEAKE y ji-ar- -- 5th. IEA.ST -- Court-Hou- cix-l- I . 1 WEST ') L.&N. TItUNii 1 , 1 1 1 SOUTH & WEST ,11nilil 11 H ll 1 tini-mcts- .'.; Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS lp i",' new-foun- Ltet fe