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KW, FRIDAY, NOVBMBRR 18, 1887. 1- r- ! 33 J-jJ- Thousands of, Dead and Wounded Fearful Sacrifice and Slaughter The very Latest News Read, but do not Cry A "Spectacle" that may not be seen again in a Century What is it ? Where is it and what does it mean ? All can be seen with your own eyes if you take time by the forelock and not wait till it is too late and go at once to Where you will find an explosion of prices, a lot of Wounded and Crying Competitors and the most terrible slaughter in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises, Furnishing Goods, &c.,&c that has ever been known in the history of this State. You want to know why and for what reason. D. KLASS will make a CHANGE IN HIS BUSINESS positively on January 1, 1888. Only 60 days' time left to close out a Stock of $18,000 worth of goods. The change will and must be made; the stock will and must be sold; therefore I have but one way left: MY LOSS AND YOUR GAIN Prices heretofore on my goods are exploded by dynamite, the knife and the axe will be used to butcher prices on the goods. Every article in my stock AT COST for SIXTY DAYS; nothing excepted, all go, but remember nothing will be charged, no time given. CASH, ONLY CASH buys the goods at thoseHiprices.to cave anil nmkc monoy. All those who know mo know that I mean what I and those who do not Mechanic, ami I'oor convince hy calling at my Store don't de hhv I This will ho PicSipfnr opposite Myers Home, Stanford, Ky. lay, comu Iworo the stock is broken. The early Inrd catches the worm. H. X.Xj.LEtS, ! EXPLO S IO.N" THE HOUSE 03J1 XX J1Tj,jL n llnilroiulr-rri- , I. c-- poon M. Green iik trouble Imtweef 1'hoiii newspaper uiail. mil (il. I. l' nam- tile Col win, deputy under Internal Revenue WVdneday at .i .,r ltroiitnn. culminated . when they li.e I'n.rilt II ll, Lingi-intUldwiti ill aald. met (or the rrt tune him, ulng attacked Gfe.n and abu-e' w'liel, lie being vliMe iiitii irto to very daf, wither Liiiml lii hear or cho at hicouiKiire, Btld-wi- n ignore. finally ilrew hi HUil ami striking, to fire, (ireen tireen wilh II and Hie duel eowm.tiiied. ilrew at OH0 in the hoi look I'wo of Onum' (It hi M' uomat. wh' alier oritur ani b I d ivrtd An Imin-- ri Mkat Ci'ttmw, hnlcher knive. tlt,fmup crow ' attend I the unveil at T. it Walton'. ing Hi me "inme 01 uen. junn c itri-Cand the inridt.nt Lexington Wednesday ()wi,rv .S: CiiAiu haye a very nire a anil iuipree-m- ve ceremonies' were very impo-in- ,: mirtment of eiiiiint; and pant pnltern on Dill iHiio pe"rhe of the life anil hand now. nhrarlr of on of the mol dilinguihed of Ken'tirkyV nn were made hv It ck, Illl.L NoRHH, a l'iilakl miintv deapera Blackburn, Breckinridge ami other' anil do, wa killed by A. J. Hjwmao at (tower everybody fell pr old to honor Ihe inati win et We.lneaday nitfht. man Iiiiiit tn hidtv and generation You will ave cot hy paying th account PERSOHAL ynu owe Ihe firm of I'enny A McAliler if i Danville, i -- Mm.S II, Kin up voil pay before Dec - -- The price paid by (irove Kennedy for Ihe George W. Kvan farm waa $35 per acre. -- Lee waa fll in two p now, not erntU-lM , LivisturoM, of the Lineoln Duid lellilnd Tne terrible lfnr grew verl daf to Comiany, ha hen In town article awil hy eoiue Wlunr Col. J , Itl.KIMII.' wi called (0 Jed- ier relative In iinlllwin' a CinciRDall ! a very pick iiiiIbh to atteod ihe be lnl i inneclton i li the elecuoa frand in J ier. and tht uUlaia decimation of the tin rte Juikib V H. I'RiTi'i, of Komereet, II. itttdwin replied in tn hitler p II C Kullman, of DiniMlrr, and other at r ami mint denunciatory mariner in the ate pper and thoe who knew the uieH lorm f were here predlried that there w. old ha trouble if LOCAL AFFAIHS. a (ireen ha' ntwnv li. wr ever met Mkat cutter and buloher knive at eeral lelier'nl character and lit slo.-wMocker .V ilrighl'. Baldwin w vre l"l o' hi ainrw. impetnoiw fell w a h ll htdl)d, -of fre-- li Kaiiawka eilt A cak a'ld lud nucll mure PJOMrfe Ititll ili'flre Meiotlf .V Kii'ir, oil-o- w..iindlg lSrin y yenlertUv lo ee her old frirnd. Mk ami Mr J H. llt'Nin.KV, "SpritiKfiehl. are l Mr, Itenbeti DiuletmnV f tlrn tiik. vi'tMr len .kl u u.u i llreeti ill ln lr .tu hue ji anil in- - over theai in iom ai loilillle. In ihi ! .iihpie thai e hve natiivl the atmokinir if it It i nearly ! iar y ol ih lo irei tlie drop o, mile" he Hie other man run re and 'ie it tir eH.rif. Th' lirwP'ele are MlollHllflk' them-- e, over the fuel (httl the next letxU-tm- e harin nothing to do hut If i;o thro' lon v ir utiiiinl tinl reineuihred uiiinU Caief JuaUtw tr 1 1 per turrel. Mi lnl li rui ot Mleotim: a U. S. "Senator, whoe a'linc ha iiready been madiJ ure, and ij a lw aitieuilinetit to the revenue la, will net Htrwilh wilhin lh roriatiti) li iil lime mid Hiljoilrn. Lav not audi ll ii i r.tii nil! ion to voiir oil a de r broth e the leiila will rei ; Ihe M T H lief (..-li- l'i hainnier'oij xwty nt Frankfort, Not ov.-- r a fuiir'h of t"o io'iihr nn earn J5 a ikv a' home anil ihe iiiorilr will wintth tike I wlne' i pi- that ex ilue l'hii ihete i the free p No, no, the lecUU-llll- e pire with the wion will nut ailj Hirn in liO l tT . yotl Citl hie on thai. C in e rf I'iik rpiihlio in pipers ure like the mui, instill: niihly Inw einre the New Kven the riniptnt kIii-h- I Y rk over whirh the li'ry INI'tead priiile i dy-tn- ier dii'r ' forcfd to ain: I'li'Te Hre everl pnil)ililie of e'eriltiir a repuhlintn I'reiidenl in 1S8S without the votii of N'hw Yorlt and there Till i lire i'ho "iiver.il prohihih'ieH." p'lllmis it uilldlv iudi'Ml for i sheet whic erriwhile ei)ifd to hold Ihe rntlliiry up hy thn iil mtdy to throw it anv wrv ii wihnd Foil !itllliL' all the new liiat' itoirni attil pijIilMtiiiii! ll, "witliout foar nr favor, mm It mend in In din Cincinnati Knquinr. citn'l he hfiil in it line anil if you want lo keepthnruivlilv po'ted it in the paper for voutohire. Umd it prospectus on our A h ptu ami if you nay o ma can Mnd for i for yutt and nave you monay by clubbing it with thi p;iper. Mui.uvrroN iuut be at Baa Antonio It ii teleiiraphed from thers that at noon on the lth the remarkable phew 8 wilneved of the bright nomenon Mt.ir of Ilethleheui twinklinif tn the aky near the tin. The tar wae visible until late in the nfternnon. reort to Ihe (Hior connlaiion of Texa. -- Tiik trouble between rJecretarr Lmir nnd Lind Gimmhuioner flparkf, owing to the. latter'n Httouijit to run thsofilce regard lem of tho order of his superior, has cul uitnaled In Spirka rei(!natloD. Ua irctitown Tima has fully recovered from it burn out and la a daisy tn ltd I'ro. Bell can't be kept down. now form He in too good a man for that, Tin: UAkhllc, dOfL.c tell lliere are more Mr. J. M. tfrjaut, ruile al ftiaie Line hunt: June in Lincoln than any county in uu li.c uu Ueineril lellliert'te nllU We upiioe it i beoaue 'here ntatiuu, hi diirict Yot' will ave money tit calling and ei rwruiuoay, uu luociliiy eVelilug nasmriUKeu amiinn,: mir elegant line of ladie' wrip areomanv uien hie who wih lo b .,1 II ptinljnie, 111 lellclitu Uclllg COUoUlcr-aU- I) Some known f.ir their tron; oonviotion i.rJi.loil, He wan OroU.lil home the ()wler before pnrcha-itu- :. Crain now wild Ills lautly al of uch would a o.in hatu jury in a cie ame nl'iil .tint Wk have the cheape! nnd uiot complet involvmt; only a lew dolltre a in the mot t. e lit l tr Hou. .Mr ISjn.nli. rox,of thin place, and line uf ladiee' underwear nnd hOiery ever oompltoatel murder to and ll M lioU K. uuii,ilaugnier of luouina mown here. Owley ,V Craiu. know no pirit of oomprotuii. E il, of tijyie Ciiiuty, were mirriul John Cook, oolored, w;h arreted for A si'fiursTiVi: iotil card ha been re Vuitnaty evening at :ij H o'clock al Svw tJrovii!ti.Ce ciiii'C, Re.. recti day Suiiin cirrrm a oonoeileil piiol. hut on hi trial ceived hy W. II. from iiejrce A1 . ti'tiiUniM ttlcuilug were Mlc proved that il had no cylinder nnd he wa Ivi.r II hi, nf Sirtiifunl and Mr Frank Fox, Citv fred Cihlwell Kiohe'ler, ' di'charued. It imply y: "Itiah 0.0" nnd for the i Danville, ,lt K,tie R.ir.ie t and Mr H 1' viod ol Royie I'm: attention of thoe deiiiriiik.' a thor- hem li' of th ) vim have hiblei we will - The enteritiuuieni givea ou Tneaday ough htiiiinea eduralinn in called to the nil "For unto un night hy Mr l A .Mark to a number of tate h At the tii4ae .1 frieiidt waa an exceedingly vertieement nf the Central Normal School n child i born, unto iti i uiven " inn Alfred aa a papa will bj s new role, but pie.anui nllnr. Tne party were invited to on our third paue. p.rtike ol a 'p. rum euppiT and wnile the we'll waer he'll pUy it lik an old tni;er 'poium wn indeed there, cooked in the TiiKitKarn - irioneia in the coiinlr Up in ()wley county a !'rebvlorinn beet eiyleof the art, many other delicacies iil,hu only tnree of them beloni; to Linol the aon were 11U0 present, to all of coln and two ol thoe will leave for the preacher hn been plnvini; the devil, no 0 which the nil nerou guentn did ample jm p'mtrnlinrv in a day or two. JaiUr Given fpoak Ilia name J M Atidereon Mini tire. Mr Mark an accompliahed hot uiul know preciely how to make hi guete wonUl likn to have a few more now a he becatne Mr. WiUon refused to let him uinr ha killed li ii nnd there is a likelihood ry his dntiiitiler, Lizzie, he drove a nail in feci at home. In entertaining he wan a iied by hi- - ion, Mr. W. O Mark, and of them epoilinc on liiut. the old mati'e hore' hock, emptied cml Me.r. R U. Dunn and K H. Thiele. oil in hi well, rilinini; the wnter, ferved ADVKiiritfKKS are encronrhini; on the GAHRAR0 C0UNTT OEfAHrMENT. ku kin x noticen on him t.t leave the county cpiice that helotiK to our render, but when and finally attempted to blow him up with Lancaster. which can't be many we Uttt our new dynamite. Il wan not until the lal'ur at J. T. I'jluur went gunning on Wed- day now a it ha already been two week tempt that hi identity wa discovered nnd needMy. on Ihe road between here nnd the factory haulage and p.ue rib are in the marthen tie left the county at a double quick ket and tne Invent of hog are happy. in Kliodo lland, we nball hi in nut in He ought to be caught and hunt; A letter from Htm M. Knrdett nay he on the umalleat provocation. double i teuip.jiariiy aligned to duiy at St. Lou NEWSY N01ES, la. Tilt: worl feature of the killinc of - 11 ne Conn lie very ill at his home iu Li. M. Lanley bjngiii of Harry Dunu 1 Schillu u hy voutii; McCrenry in the fnct thie ui'iiniy and I expected to die any moit necenry heifer Ht 21 cenle. that he hI.ouIiI have thmiuhl ment The BipiiiU revival at Oeargotown to carry a pialol. Tin reprehensible prnc Jamea H. Brown ha been employed with I'.) addition. hy ihe piainiitl 111 Ihe McCreary Schilling tice i Ihe C1UHI- - of ihn fatal renillt of nearly cloeil Iliv. Tii'iniM S Hubert, of the Aletho oaie a Richmond. erery trivial qnirn'l, which could he enily C. W.Sweeney's valuable dog, Foxy, Ii if dit church, S011I11, 11 nul.lt u a encceiful Hettii'd without a renorl 10 arm inianing. It la nuppied by the dog men nt Luidoti, where be in pnitor. yi 11 want to keep out of trouble and not revival thai he ha been abducted. Charles has -- A SiiiihCirollmuuin Kihed his wife the sympathy of all his friends in this great brinu' your parent' uray hair in furrow In 1,111 Clou. a pilol around you nnd men tried In hide bin crime bv burning the crave, don't ntrip Will onie one plea'eaend to me the wiih the idea that you mum kill the liri her h id in the furnace of an engine. name of ills best judge of dogs in Lancas-- I'rof Crooke, of Cent nil IJ11 iverity man who offer, a liuhl inmilt. ter. All kinds nf bird dogs, fox dog, rab . A will preach for S. Motlett next hit dogs, & His picture if wanted for the The damage emu of A. M Felanil Stiuda, mirniiu 'i i night, while he will Intrriok Journal. c , which wn called hold forth lor U.Mther Foruuu, at Silver BKaitiHl Kubaiik, A negro boy living at Sheriff Tom Robiueon'p had hia thumb blown ofl hy a till noon WednpxiUy nt whici Creek Chapel Friday dynnmite cap on Wednesday, Fie found lime it waanivenlo Hie jury. It wa a An official li'l bIiowa that die next ihe cap on the railroad and at once pro tiresome old trial and there hive been 4iv lloii'u of Uepreenutivea will comiHt ol reeded tn tet its explosive properties with eral of tha kind u ii term. Toe jury liunc l')S democrat, 16! republican nnd four the above result. The friends of 8am M Bo.rdr.tt, while and tliu independent, the laller heiok' Anderon, of il 10 3 in favor of the dufendint of North Carolina; Hopkinn, r'joicing in his good luck, are onanlimn Tha Iowa; Nicnoi. five good da a of ciurt were t Virginia, and Smith, of WiHonnin in saving that if Ihe picture in the G -- Nfer before, perhap, ha typhoid fecao ol Ware v. Oven wa thnn called and alleged to be Ms, la anything like him, be a Jury ob alneJ, but the attornayn i;ot to ver been no preva'ent in thin country an it does not deserve the place Tie direful dieifu aoinunla to Mr W J. Llovd left for Nebraska wranlinR over tha plaidinua and a contin 11 orihr.nl till mxi term Tho n .uiidemio in Albiny, N. Y and Ottawa, vesterday. She will atop In Indiana until uancew.Mf Canada, and one cannot pick up a local pa joined hv her husband. Dr. J. B Kinnaird Hubble cae w.nal3 ontinm.l The court per Irom any piint uatween the two ocaann and wife have returned from their bridal went into eipilly hnintiH yeatenhy and but it presence I noted. rooms at W. M. Kerby'a. tour nd -- Frank Utr eold 17 head of old will adjourn tinlly Prof J W. McCarthy will deliver a been a very mule to Mr. Thomaa Thornton, at $90, S. lecture in Lancaster on November 26th. on character of cues trie it h o!d lo John and Oeorge Ra'ey Ihe Pharaohs nf Exodus. This will be a It. have been 11 Thomaa profitless court, but name mule colts at $r0 per head and 11 head entertaining lecture and will repay docket which havelon en nf marline cattle to Mr. Frank Riy at verv who go lo hear him. The lecture retired from the thoe $10 75. Lebanon Standard. cumbered it. we given at the Christian church. Knhecci Crab Orclinrd yeeterday. Mahriaiik. Mr 1'nuuit D. Kifhop and were murriwl tieir Mink Moer hung nt Wichita, Ka., Ilia lat word were, "Fell 'or murder Suiilh (a priaoier) that 1 died game." S x KentucRv couple elopd toJetler-nnvil- .'e Wedneday, inc tiding (). Webb, of Danville, rill Mi Kate Oalla gher, of Loniville. It it reporteil that Iaon, Oooob, Hoge A Co have taken the ontrict for laying the tract for the whole ditauue from to Harrodburg on the Louiayihe Mil I). Kl, annDiinise above that in order In rbanu'e hi hiinine he will nell at Southern, which inaure it rapid comply unhnard of low price for the next 00 day. linn Rev. Win. Kihiuon, tmlor of the a liberal fellow nnd doe II nut mind Cumberland I'reihytemn church at Little aviuir hi eniouier money. Rock, Ark., aued fie Ark mm MtlhodUl. Tiik (Sold and Silver Hand will he on edited by Ka. V. K Vi.itijl 1, for aa il Hand at Ihe opening f.f the Kink to nijfh1 leued libel nnd ecured a verdict of $l-and will render an etoelletil provrmime. 000 ilauii:e Tlti not dwelling togethThere will al.i n orohe'tral niuic nnd er in that unity that the people expct of t'ooil lime trenerallv i aifeil. ihoee who teach religion. -- W'llltiji .Vrnol i, of Madton, bought Jl'lHii: Vaknon in hi ehort mid im III uire mule al au average of $80 W. i'. I Mr . J. A'f'iH preive manner unite Drink, if i'.tri, and J.J. liruuke, of tin and Mi Kuztbeth Liunhrcum for lifo in plnue, b iiignl lite titMiuihll little riliitier, hia nilioe vetenUy, the only wttnee buu Helen in Itn Sttur.la, loril.000. bei'iis Aunt I' illy A'ford, (J. ii. Oinper and Uen.ry llro , uf Uiuilie, bugnt lal weeK been marrinl the writer. Tne uroom had c iiiiii). OJ ie : .itu id , prtcea ruu tu bfore, the bride flood up for her firt log tin iruiii 3t to ?l to, Climax. lime. 0-u- .r lt Lou-i-ril- The great ueed of Lancaster juat now more dogs, I'ue iat uemetil showed ouly :,.'. 5 1 dogs to ttie city , or about '2 to 1'hn is ouirageou! Ky each inhabitant. ery free American citizen has a right to jun many dogs as he choee and anv attempt 'o deprive nim of tnat divine right An rchi'm f tho wort kind. Mr Gen Gordon Granger, who hB been n sullerer from consumption for a long time, tlied on Wednesday at her residence 111 I'll city. Sne was a lady of many ex ret'eut trait of character, and wan beloved by a wide circle of friends. Her remains were taken to Lexington for interment, wnere her l'iihand, Gen Gordon Grat ger nnd onechild are buried. She leaves one child, neon, Commodore, aged about 15 The wa a slater of Mw. M, H 1 MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Owlev er. 1 -- Ju.mk Moiikuw 11 uJJilt. 1 ce, Ilim Knn l.e 11 1 11 1 pre, iue 00 Our Business Manager on His Rounds. Several daya in the Waynesburg and Kingville neighborhood, telling the dear people of the good iiualiiie nnd iodispen--ablen- e of the Intkkioii JoUIINAX, were pent both pleasantly and profitably. Al though our subscription lists nt the'e places run up into well something lees tbnn the thousands, it w.aa my good fortune to add some 10 or more name, making ihe Intkkioii go to every household in those portion of the county it was very little (rouble to etcure the balance (the 40 f ami-li- e not taking the "best and cheapest," I mean), for thuy had heard others speak of it in the same complimentary terms that I heard my jovial old friend Ciark Reynold sav of it: "I know a good thing when I ee it,Hiid I coueider the Intkkiok J. UH Good NAL No. 1 in the Iiet labelled TningH.'" Aa a remuneration for tbe above, which seemed to have come from the bottom of the good old gentleman',, heart, I thanked and him and promised ll Stanford ever shullled off the coil of prohibition I would express htm a gentle remin ler of something at least eight years old. I had the pleasure of spending a night witb Mr. Reynolds and was treated like a lord. His estimable wife and band eome daughters put me uuder lasting obligations for kindness received at their bauds, I never looked on a happier circle than the one whion surrounds Mr. R.'s fireside; in fact it carried me back a half score of years when I was one of a family, as I now rec ollect, very similar to this happy one. This portion of the county can, although she Is naught at boasting, truthfully say that more good, upright people live in her borders than can be found anywhere, number to select from, taken into consideration Tney reem to work harder and with more Zdal and energy than any people, although their recompense is not as good as, it is in the "blue gras," as they call it. Tney are religious and moral, industrious and energetic, friendly toward each other and pec liarly courteous to tho stranger. "'TIs a blcM ed clime, -11 Six cents is being asked for hogs here. Revs. Pike and Tyree are conducting a revival at lirodhead. rer Htatt sold 90 acres of land near Brodhead at $5 per acre. The people along Skeggs creek are making extenive preparations for rafting log to Point Burnside. John Graves found the skeleton of a squirrel in the centre of a solid tree he had cut for saw logs one day last week. At Henderson's sale, near Level Green, Monday, corn sold at $3 per barrel; oats $1.60 per cwt.,and hav at $12 per stack. The fruit tree agents reaped a harvest here last Monday. A large crowd came to town for trees and more than $1,000 was paid to the agents. A Mrs. Anglin is preaching in the eastern part of our county to good audiences. Eld. P.J. Htatt is holding a protracted meeting at McKee, Jackson county. Nine ancient dinner plates were discovered last Sunday in a cave near Orlando, this county, But three of them were in n good state of preservation, the others hav ing been broken and gradually returning to dust. Dr. T. L. Daniels, who located at this place two years since, has returned to his old borne, Bealington, W. Va., to go into tbe drug business. J. K. McClary and family left Wednesday for Hot Springs. Arkansas. WfT. Brooks, of Paris, is here on a visit to his old home and friends. P. R, Smith is ofi' on a business trip to Georgia. Alfred Owens and family, after a three years'Bojourn in Missouri, have returned to their native hills. S. H. Hunt, a young man who left this county some years since and lived in Ohio and afterward going to Arkansas located land there, lately died aboard a train between Little liuck and Texarkana while en route to Texas. He was a son of John Hunt, who lives near lirodhead, Mrs. tiumantha Fish, aged 58, wife of A. T. F"tsh, died near Wildie, Tuesday, of consumption, alter two years' Buttering. The funeral and burial took place Wednesday noou at Scatiold Caue burying ground. A husband anu nine children, 1 girls and 6 boys, are leli to mourn the irreparable loss. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. wife, ot Weston La ., are vitiimg relatives iu this county. Monday almo.il every cummeicial traveler wno makes tins point in 12 months, was here. Muiiday and Tuesday our streets were crowded with atockmeu buying mules principally small ones, bume sold us low aa $35, altbuugb some good ones were told at Jeeee McliiiUe aim lair prices. . y, Where tin ablduth not." is surprising to see bow much lumber, tie, slave, Ac, are shipped from these two points I write from. The railroad for miles is piled up on eauo side with them, while is shipped daily nfter Twenty-thtesaw mills "saw wood and eay nothing" Irom 0 till 0 and there is prepar ation being made for the planting of tstlli another. J. H. Watts, at Kiugnville, is do ing a land otiice business in tbe general It day. The lollowing constitute the grand jury: Isaac Warreu, Green Pope, Sampson Wilder, Joe Sampson, Ira Siausberry, J, O. Cot-tetigi- Circuit Court commenced here Mon- car-loa- car-loa- d e K(-v- ritel, J, no. 0in;lothe tkn 1 ce merchandise and and lumber line Mr Watte, is a clever gentleman and a shrewd business man. Tne perusal ol the Darning band-bil- ls he is flooding the country with might put an extra nickel or so in your pockel, eo you had better read them. Mrs. Penny backer's Hotel at Kiugeviile is a first class one in every respect and would be a good place to stop at while there ex almoin J. II. Watts' Chriotmas stock, which be will have open soon. Glass & Johnson, general merchandise, and J. A Moore, real estate agent, seem to be doing tbe good business which they deserve. Mr L. G. Gooch, of Waynesburg, haa connect ed himself wilh the F. G. Oxley Stave Co. ! as contracting agent, but Mr. Ezra S. Gooch, bis brother, will be found in Gooch Left my houte about a week ago ablick barrow. under each Bros, store ready and willing to wait on Weight about 12S poundi; under-b- it ear Information leading to hl recovery thankhim who wants bis wants supplied. fully rewired. EI.K1S, if. F. Bt.Dford, Ky. E.C.W. It Crowdtr, Evan Jones, Sr , John Paris, Curtis Whitson, James May, John Des, J. R. McCracken, SV, J, Bronson, Newton Sam Thomaa and P L. Johnson, foremau Following is the petit jury: Bass II tie, John McCarty. M Hale, Etsha Bowling, James Province, Creed Russell, David Johnson, J, V, Eiliotte, John Sparks, George Wyatt, 8. Jones, D, It. Uamock, SV. H Litton, J. T. Huff, Ana Taylor, George W. Patlon, Sr., Thomas Godsey, SV. Hibbard, Thomaa Sullivan, J. T. Suitings, vV. Storms, Jr., J, P. Lindram, John Creuch. Strong and pointed instructions, were given the grand jury in regard to tbe violators of the local option law, which were very highly commented on by some of the prominent attorneys. Up to Wednesday only cases were called. Sam Barnard for murder is set for Thursday The following attorneys from other conn ilea are in attendance; J. H. Tinsley, Cnpt. L. A. Byron, Manccter, Col. W. 0. Bradley, Lancaster, J. S Alcorn, Stanford, George W MiClure. C. 0 William and John W. Brown, of Ml. Ver non, Col Clark, Commonwealth attorney, Booneville. HOtt A He Made Stmi-SSccklBlntdorioral Her Weory. Enough U known already of the nice of JaW beggarly showing silk handkerchief to view above the edge of 3 000 or 4,000 rotes is Stanford, Ky., his brcaU pocket and apeakiug in the low for the loud and aggressive ctuvass that ' impasioned accents of a ten dollar a week was made. The rote hat nioyed so little W C ROYAL KSWO tragedian out of a job pleading with a that it may almost be said to have stood W. P. WALTON. conductor for a lift of a few still. Meanwhlla the saloon keepers by the -. txiilba on his weary way across the cauutry, expenditure of great sum of money have A LEAF OF HEART HISTORY. "Liura, the lime has at length come when managed to give thalr friends, the demo ; I may freely tell you of the deathless devo- crats, a moderate pluralty. The failure ol e .losie gifted Mr. Written by the tion with which you have inspired me, and the hopes of the prohlaitionlsw shows that Capploinan, of Okaloua, Miss., to a blonde near Lancaster, Ky., on hearing of her being can freely ask you to heed the voice of your the revelations of the plots of the saloon dccel Ted, which has alreaJy proved a blessing In own heart if it bid you listen kindly to my keepers, thongh Bade at a late stage of the disguise. plea. For three long years aDd some odd campaign, had their affect. If there had beauties, In the midst of month', L.tirs, I have carried this burden been more time w night hare hammered and music, lore and (lowers, Mirth in my heart without daring to hint to you the prohibition vote below what it was last were playing Where, the fountains soft in word of the pimion which you must year. Another year tba party must lake And their crystals fell In showers, With the moonlight faintly falling have seen by my actions was consuming hold of this question boldly at the outset O'er a wealth of golden hair me Not until my prospects in life were and give no quarter aithsr to (he stloon Charming as the scene around ber, suHicienily (littering to w.irrant me in prepoliticians or the prohibitionists. S Y Btood a maiden wondrous lair. ! suming upon the kindness with which you Tribune. And beside her, all enraptured, have ever treated me so fir as to ask a As his dark eyes seemed to say, One day What a Bartender Haid higher and more sicrd pltc Jin your esSmiled a glorious type ol tnanbooJ 1 a lad of lGcstne in for liqu r romem Buttled upon his future prey. teem than that of a mere friend could, I ber what I had been at and how r comely; Youth ne'er more kind and honorably disclose my sentiments. I have had been my ruin, and said: Out of thi-Ne'er a heart more brara or true, J& now concluded business arrangements, Launa-This! Irairli),' As he graclomly addressed her, We're not allowed to anil to minors.' The strength powdsr wnnTt-- varlrs A More and lOleaomeiioM ra, by which my future is so far assured And bis glance longer grew. owner of the saloon swore at die aud eaul, than the ordinary kind slid i.n tintt.- ! solo Mior with the mil tl'u.lenf -i that the grim shadow of want shall never 'Give the fellow his drink; his money is 'as weight met this youth and maiden, 80 they atildniitv In a.uiii or iti'MiliaiH .iMr fall athwart the threshold of the home good He bo fond aud she so fair; lllirAL IUKIMH I'OWIIKb IP, was- 10' I poured it oiu cans. ae if he tiifi Wall Mrmt rew orv Love seemed smiling on the meeting which I uow implore you to share with mechanically; hut at I handed it over 1 Love seemed relgulng everywhere. me. While I "mII not pu4 wenlni, I caught the bjy's eve. I c 'Uld not do it. I Words soon lost their pissing power shall have a sufficiency for the wants of And a sudden silence fell, K FOX, said: 'Bjy, that accused s ml has ruined a modest household While it tmy nit be Such as Cuptd throws around him has destroyed my health, my honme. It When he we lids his mystic spell. in my power to array you in diamouds and or, eaten up my little property, broken uiv " sealskin sacks And the spirt, that Lore had lighted, sister's heart, disgraced uiy de-tmo her. IA.VII.IiK, liV. Kept on growing day by day, "George," said the fair girl, as a shadow It will sink your sit: I in hell Never touch , Till a strange and subtile something of anxious hesitancy flitted across her elo lis, reinove.1 to his e'ejail n bulMIng opio-- ' a drop of it, so l.elp vou God.' Witn that slt the O'er both hearts held sweetest sway. ill ..mi I Is tnsn ever i r. r quent face and a look of deep and "earch-in- g iiumxlit- tii. putiin with ituf i Hires Bo one ere while slowly walking the brni (lew at me with a great oath and Iroiu itlilji Iimi tfu.-it'njtKriiu it nil- sin inquiry glowed in the eyes which she Thro' the meadow dews alone. ordered ins to leave; eo 1 picked up my teed. Soft he whispered to his darling bent upon the agitated young man, "what portmanteiu and $2 that were dun me and E'er to be all, ill his own. is your salary?1' C 1'itrnl III litv mi IiiiiiiI it lirx hihI M,lrf1st Selec the bjy and I went out loget'-er.hih-I- i With a woman's true e notion, "Fifteen dollars a week, Liura, for the prl'4M will lurs iiutl I'mli'rtulU'r'x (JoimN. AM) ted. With a wonion's love and trust, giittd nut ! ImiiikIiI In llic HIIm. -- ! me n rlul utitl 3011 next six month, with the certain prospect ! SALE There, within the foiling twilight, i lll 4OII llM'I'll llllll I xHI llMMT tlllMI tli lotw!. Presence ok Mind Llttlegirl "Aunt of an increase at the end Pledged she all till dust was dust. a nuisance?" Having rented the 'table n Dejwt street, I nm "George," and the voice of the brave, no ie, what is T ind treasure, Thrilling with Its new-lpreart l train and k horws mi reasonable g Auntie "A my desr, is Throbbing wl'h Its untold bliss, ble uirl, as it vibrated through, the sensiterms tounij Court dr trade Mtllelled All ber heart was glad and glowing that bothers -- that annoys that givr it.r.t it bi.uhcl. it. tive fibers of the young intn's whole being, Ky ami Loie had crowned ber with his kiss. seemed to come from (he inmost recesses of trouble." a Little girl "1 thought it w.u something a far reaching, ecuoless cavern, "George, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Days soon glided Into kj 131 HwaV taw Sssi BBBBSi sbIBbb a9SW N- -i HI And the loTcr finder grew, you mike me very Hied " fChicago Trib- else. I heard papa tell Mrs. McU-iralM B H Bb SHSBKtssstuBasVBHHBi Illtiee neit to tVlnlct-e't- . Ir t I 'lore night that a nill'ance from Svan CfeR hud Till the marriage morn was spoken rl silt IOIiiMi Kt une. i.. 6it isl a'iriitloti Ktvrn t di,ess I thi r And it near and nearer drew. come to visit us and he was alrafd she was Kl" If B. Cats Going to Waste, Oft he came and erer llugered going to stv." Korn i(ood Table Long and loving by her side, It is estimated that not les than 9,000, Papa (with great presence of uiin)-"I.uc- y. Andeletuat I well furnished room,, thl' Hotel Olt aTowei that life without her, 000 kittens are annually brought into this my child, you misundosKMid me hat no siixri r, Uk-- I m'l- rooms attached. Were one desert rast and wide. 2nl-l- y per day sinful world. Of these the great majoriiy What I said, Auutie, wa that one of our MT VERNON, KY. Oft he doting, called her "darling," niieribly droned a practice which nwy aunts are tusking u a pletn' vi-- it n Kou I, till' mil Iblsnld and And caressingly would cast i . is destined shortly to be done away with by Hive another piece of turkey, atinii?' ulnliik'IU Bn repuiailun llntw rem 'nt Strongest arms, of love around her; the recognition of the cat as a furbeiring l to tin- - trav.mw "f. dream-lit- e ltfnilim Chicago Tribune. always last? Could such MsiM MAKES uiteiors to Wallaee.t Cochran, , I'ror, Rigsof select Maltese and tor animal II. A.' 1 Stt Vrrnoii, K 513 4th St, LouiKVlle, n.y., g.vAm A yiung wouitti woo a oomptvd One fair day a taint, faint whisper toise shell are alretdy quite expensive and IB Came she scarce knew whence or how excellent imitations o' various furs are walk through a dtl'ly street aroun l a huilii THE GENTS' FURNISHER That the heart she fondlr trusted ing in course of erection, xuiiled swreily made in this material Taxidermists, too, Was most false unto Its tow. wi , r; i: ii i;i:. is lint LONDON, KY. are advertising for kittens br the thousand when her escort ex prexsed revret that her But the warning fell unheeded, '() , shoes should hs c with cl'Pt r.B.KILEV, Propriotor. to stuff for ornimeutal purposes At pre And the slander soon was spu rned ; ent the only purpose to which, they are ap- that's nothing," she aid oflr, 'just sti.p For with woman's true devotion, 'I Imritiiclilr lli'iii.t islotl mill " Tne young woman 5 She, to worsnlp htm, had learned. plied in this country is the manu'tcture of hern for a moment tun-mil- l I'lrvt-rliciiIhIm-i- I tlirmiicliiiiil touched her glov.-hand to he. eaon' 'i nil Ik im ' a f. v i ri'iisminlili-prlri"- . His befure t carriage robH, but numbers of them Ne'er ber faith a moment faltered; Ii,s nml tilclil M TitXii'." nut wv notice i. Ne'er moment c uld believe MISS SALLIE HARRISON, are sent to E trope where they are great shoulder a c nuliv m t lnln'iri' uifl .i inillli I'ortcrx ill till- - S i..l f.ir llHjkiiriiin ltti.i I tT'in IV AUlu, (la. That the hero, whom she worshiped, iuiiiliir tlollxl-demtnd for coats and hats, dressing gown and then "see there." ste said showuit; tuo lie so saintly, could deceive. polished pitenl leather tip. Ttie ecors Fnrmerlrol S'S'.fnid, h, oHnd a I'lirrhadriK linings and other gtrments. The pelts to -r t 14? I'lncl" "til. at d all Aifener i : a n, wond-re- d Yit the maiden's sacred In the Wwl MlislrM-t- . wi I much, hut iid nothing eriii4l and urcMfii come in from all ptrt f the country. They DR. W. I) PKNNY, of Irm, ?h will male, a spci,lty buuiKov iiKMhr, Soon, too soon, was doomed to die, evening he drew his fond mother to one attention. will reo-l-r (IikmIp, but llhN I Hre gathered by professional collector', who onlrt for PurBlture, t ar-. KsNirrkT. And Its idol, torn and tramolcd, SIOfOKi nod la fsot evet Titling one euuld nliii Toe K ii t it, ilt y supply tbem b the q latiti y at regular side, and, narrating the occurrence, Miiinnsril - All within Its ashes He. ttie lallo, ul this seitlon rrially intrnnafeot j OltH. riwlh ,MMsi. tin ittatfi a to, a tiesnt at Xl-"Wh there is nothing sollrllnl. skin is worth for an explana'ion schedule rates. A common 0, the horror of that moment, id the old lady, 6 cents; a pure Maltese 10 cents an i a black pnennmenal about it." sickening spell I And the sudden ATNM JAC . IV ' lisioes nil O, the chilling ol the one 25 cents. A carriig robe ot the el laughing heartily. 'he wp-NiM.rr lltbiii " fell I When the cruel heart-blocat fur is worth from $10 to S'jO. There on her stocking', that' all laiinltU'r opening an elegant tine ol rinrlng and Every shining dream was shattered, SUiuinor Mlllllierv. InrludlniC all always plenty of a ray cats running hi Id are Look not iion the apple cider when it KTery lorlng hope laid low; AT. LAW. in the rural districts. Tne Maine woods gets there, E'l For at last it will get yuu The Latest Novelties of the Semon. All one utter void of darkness, stl r.K e!lft, are full of them. They breed wouderfully yanked up ' a witnsii aitin't the mm Where, before, was gladsome glow. Also Solium, surh as llandken-hlefs- , fast and it is good sport pipping then oil who sold it to you and mike you Hco''nry and Culf, UmntiK OitteH. Huitle,, etc Collars r Yon est door to Inm-aitOfflw on Ijiniaster tlrK-t- , O, the raise y and the moaning' varatM by Siul the fences and stone wills along the road- to getting him fined $100 and soaked in the will . fiiid me l tneriMimt larl-l- Myer, Joi KNAUottce.. OOice ooutt lr.nn S to l a. ) K O, the bitter, scalding tears, t ,ii ! ' i r,i m, HI I llouie. Varrn, nett d r to tri lei N M, AnestUetltt adialnlstefwj u.and I side.I6i-iliiston Herald. Of that soul engulfed In sorrow, HM-lycounty jail for SO day. Whi hath woe and HATE IH'MtKHMl. oecrsaarv ton r. K a MSallN Naught can know, but pauln yean. JI'l. M 1'MHS.II,' A Anaiwiust -- It sounds a bit hediche? He that monkeys with hard cillaiiniikit,. Ky . Uar. la-- 7 g Tb n can he who caused this sorrow, Florence WashiDg Machine, A llirltrht A Martin Imw irreverent, but as it was told by a highly der and ex'rac' of malt. Whi hath inti He so seeming brave and strong, G. A. HHNKDIUT & CO., IneDil- - ami i ustottl r,ul hiiuchangeihtotheir tuan, S'M naio. and rednesi of none? He that biow in Sunday school, esteemed clergy min and Can bis glaring guilt be pardoned? IhavelmuKht the rUlit to sell the Florence in his sustenan"e on drinks ttit brace hiiu ,v I'r.ieiti.vw. NTtMllllli, Kr.MTlKi. too, it is presumably tellable in print: M' bine and am now prepared to fnrnlh Can be ever right this wrong? Wasbluc is a mocker andexractof all who uisy wish to save their rlnthcs Iroi the Tb urw Arm bop-- imi nl toau.ialn ih- ip A little girl walking in the public gar- up. Hird cider Can thoearth with all Itsbrlgtitaess, nilili'.n nri.l ttvirhitf inclileni to theul I pr oceol Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters, utattoti oft be old (ill liileol-twint lin malt is a fritl ; and he who is bim'o. zl-- d lake one and try It and be ronvlnrrd, t. a hl ft naililm; proveuietits Iu the maiiufariure ot den on Sunday with her mother, began to Still for blm In splendor roll. m r.. I'll not worry you bout buying unle,, joii are nur wllllMliitlielnleii-.in- i ffa wil thereby is named Dennis " Wells Dililed to order and pnm furialttted dnroietpen al And his life be light and happy, play upon the grass and was instantly re hilly satUHeil as tolls merit aiti ntloti to our Natiintl t.rn I, -l f With this sin upon bis soul? riieunderslntxl having purchel the Flnrenc. at UeUjrf prlees. of Kenlurkv'. tes If if lha"k'ii vim fir p.t strained, to her chrgrin. Col. George Washington Jones, of Mi's Woalilni Ma nine, and after a tlmrniii;h trial, o ftvnr. and a.kln); lor a eoiihniiatloii f ymir lr"e In addlni; our testimony a, to lis ly ion- - . 'i tale "Why can't i run on the gras, mamma?" issippi, is a patriot and a gentleman so they parted-- He He wortn. and without hesitation prono nice It a Hir80 they met, and i,o i1 1.s.st iii,i:;i:i,, Hin it i.i ii 1 1 . she exrlaimed. with all his guilty stains-S- he ha- sent a communicttieii to the Fre'ideut ers In every particular, dulii all that Is claimed for It. ber brightest days alt blighted "Because the policsman will make you in m mner an i firm as follow: de Win Patitflirrlj, J. W Wallace. Dr. leiurne, , Only to her Lord complains. go off if you do. Don't you see the police sire President Cleveland to be reeUcted, I Mrs. H I' Halter, A. V Nina, Hill I'erstns .1 K. Lvtiii, I. I. llawwn, O Vunntiv, j And that heart, all crushed aui bUedlng, Dudtlerar, lliriltlOMl. KKNriTKV. man over there? Besides it is.Hunday and send nim tie le't hind foot of a grtvs yard Mrs. Aliianda I'eak, (lecirce i'l'jrton. Alex llol'7-law- , For a future doth await, II C C Fields, Allrt V m len. rllm K.ilu.-eI Photographs Love and Justice, you to play " in all styles and mos, God doesn't want When the Got of rabbit, that was killed in the dark of the E. Harrow, A. M. Feland atnl inanv other,. Motes to each bis titling fatn. r.i "Oh, dear," said the little girl, "if it was moon. Tell htm to preserve it carefully, CHICKEN B. Myers' store, Pictures in India Ink Crayon and lleaduartersat Water Colors. "The story circulated, around town thla not for the policeman and God what nice and as long as he keeps it ho will always Boston Transget there." week by persotn who ought to be in better times we could have!" New design, In Frames an I Mil Jat very low (iOI-ll'rlre, bunineae," nayn a Miouri piper, "that cript. Nsomi Gei ne, are ycu that you while we were attending the reception to never Delore loveu a woman as you love A prohibitory amendment to the nation B City, we al constitution would radically change the me? George Hure! As well asa me if I To solicit orders lor our reliable Nurery Hlotk. Mr. and Mm. Cleveland at (iool -- alary ai.il KrieiiM-- or CommUsl'in got drunk and stood on the atreet corner nature of the system of govercment under love the idolatrous creeds of the heathen as Address ntonce, euii'yinent guarinti-eTo tho Citizon of Lincoln County: roaring like a collcy elephant and making which the country has thriven since its well as the pure religion of my fathers. mating ae, .V- Nurserymen, .h.l.l, Ho H'sYrl-VO- , 2b7-- t M luis. Mo the assertion that we were from Hitter foundation, and so far as it went woU'd ren Niotnl H iw charmingly you say that. llavlniC recently iUlppet a, fl'ln Itoller Mill l.i thnlo'iiot ittuPird trat wa lely any Mill to Creek and could lick any president that dcr the government paternal and interferGeorge (absently) -- I've said it of en iji mi, lll'iuitlir Ol Hour, we inula pri Ie I'liirenn to ( thei .iiiur should have cuiiilr i ohIi ever loosed through a collar, in absolutely ing instead of republican and democratic. enough to do it charmingly Nebraska InvJ&pfXar.Vr I aim Ue and snst lu the siine iVn wlnh in alee. What we did (In, and all we did, wan It would neceiiitate a government machini hth In tne State Journal lorm wliom It may concern that fl8.U i arki'i to buy your wheal and corn mid will to get drunk, try to pound a policeman who ery more and inquisitory than alT'j the Iiu'iikI iinrai't n'l i' l'ir siiiih We There are always people who abxit the uii'4l , avi a.ld'il some new iinchliicry mnHr was really much larger than he appeared cjuveniani, and bring about troubles of tlrparimifiit and cinnow iiMke iiiimI to Milt any time a man i' to hang for some dastardly t.fclOUIVlllt NtWIBAHJCHICA50RtS and pay our Gno next tnornini;. People who wnich we have now the moU inadequate liy Iu perviii ... u .Ia.-iI- It cannotn he tiMli-- I.ljl any other .11. Ull.l . nil' ... ....- - ii'...Millrati. deed express sympathy for him and wnnt V.. ...II IV a i ii ii." It. HI n , i. M'.J ".." perHint in circulating ocandalouB lie? with conception, -- New York Commercial Ad iiieal department. All hiivltiic Kra in In our line him let oil without stopping to think of the A lor sale nlll pleiie call at Mill, where our Hgeltl no foundation about uh will run up attaint vertiser. tan be found at all limes, who will k f I lie lieai. consequences on the minds of men who are something which will hurt some day." i.kavinii uoni pilces lor sHtue. ilraiiil ami ship siml alwaya in The United States is tne largest consum always ready to commit crime but for the stock. II'. A. I'lU'lS. Nnn't. aVil If Stiinlord Holler Mill Co. A few years ago a piom church member ing country of raisins in tne world, and relaw, Remove that fetr and the i,ouisviiar,5; & feu of the Tho us. i mis of 'lollars worth of in the western part of this State aro'e in liable authorities estimate the consumpdogs of carnage are let loise Lexington IMtly, secures to travelers chickens jvir from (liol an experience meeting and gave a review tion at about '?,000,000 bores of about 30 Press. ra It is more fatal to t hirki ns th.in ha cme to the declaraayenge of $2 per pounds each, which at an of his life. When RAPID SERVICE all other diseases combined, lint the Eighteen years ago the air brake coti'd THE tion, "I thank God that I owe no man any- box shows an expenditure of $1,000,000 discovery of a remedy that Vw,-,,-i atop a train 2,000 feet long in 18 seconds. thing," a quiet man in a remote corner per annum for one article in the dried fruit Ever attempud botween thditreat couiiuirrlnl ad 1 has been made, and to be c on years later a similar train ould he Four thellhl Itlvnraitd 1 lilt'tiim, and hence jumped up and said: "I have a little ac line. trains tluioand mos c i .ifor vmued of $ efficacy only requite; i stopped in four seconds. At last ad vies the laitest liollits In tlio.Sllfi, or slilo the H'vnt all ti count against you, brother, that you must trial A 50 tjents bottle is rnongh part nfthls train E. E. BDRNSIDE, "John," said a patriot's wife, "afore we the air brake had proved a lamentable fail- and AwrfuceNl' lheiounte have forgotten" "Ah, Hrother C," said ull trui'lc lliti-is detiomliuleil one luindred chickens It is uar start for home I think I'd ought to have ure so far as its effectiveness upon ills on !jr)tt't'MH riietiM'r'i rnlllii 'Vin IlllHt'i amrk w em- Vil the speaker unctiomly, "that debt wai out ThiB Old parous 1'iillniili'il Cnmttrt. Woll - Known antced If, after nsmy two thirds of plov elves that tooth pulled out. It ached the hull stump speaker is concerned. Ollices in the Houlh Sir'AtKll Coupon Kingston Free lawed a good while ago." a bottle, the bnj cr ih not thoroiitfhl Hotol Still Maintaino it you will Hud our time tuble. ami tickets, ny ,tlif day." "1 know, Mariar," replied John duman. ii II and atulc to Motion, If satisfied Willi" it as a cure for Chicken Hiph Roputiition, Hon, ti'lto .flo IImoney aud have a John B Stetson, the Pniladelphia git that jug biously, "but by the time we jour savu vou want Cholera, return it to the undersigned II M((,'()ltMIlK, K.O. employs 800 men, women and ch uey. "What does p. d. (i. metn,pa?" asked filled an' the plug terbacker we hain't goin' and General I'assenncr Aitent. Ciucago. and vour money will beiefunded. dren ami has a Sunday school of 1,000 Johnny, who is quick at picking up things to haye much left to spend on luxuries." CityTlclcel Aicentsandomirrs: Ky. Itt Proprietor is Determined ths, IIUCKNKK, 'HI Uh Ave., Louisville, For sale by McKolierta .1 HUr, Stanford. scholars in connection with his factory. K. A. li)HUKNCK, heshouldn't. "It means the way you will IU Vine St., Cincinnati, tl I. M. it Shall be riecond to no Country Helen "Mamma, what is casus belli?" The chapel where the rchool meets cost go up stairs to bed," replied old Brown, if Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Mother "My child, never speak of anyHOUSE, $10,000 WALTON'S OPERA I hear another word out of you the whole Appointments, or AttenWer rt , ,tm. K Hill 1, , thing so indelicate. It is the Latin for evening." tion to Comfort of C.I.. In kn onlnuskrlMnniihFS If Congress will hand Groyer Cleveland BTaHFOKD, ky. , T Til K Ii. vo n I t r ft, Life. their Queots stomach ache." He live ,nl c.niilir. rauarsauM am it another pauper pension bill to veto this Demagogues could consider this saying ' Ii n I In uMoineiun. - - Proprioto;s. rrttf 4.1 Mlitenwti,r,itKii, it "You can fool some of the by Lincoln: "I am a lily," said the tramp. I toil not winter, next yetr's presidential election WALTON BROS. llaa;ajane nlll be eoarerert to and from the liricnlTl.il. IKitt A. I.I.I, free of charge, Npeelal accommodation EUEnni Clezicil Co. people all the time, and you can fool all of neither do I spin, and I'll bot my boots will be one grand and jubilant ratification to Commercial Travelers. The liar nlll lludun. N. Y Bias of Stage, 20x50. Elubt complete sets of Been CliuIaaaU.I alrtajs supplied with the choicest the people some of the time, but you can- that Solomon in all his glory was not array of the democratic ticket. L Louisville ery. Beating capacity, Including gallery, Ohio. brands of Manors sad Cluars, &oU17 tituggnu time," rates to sood attractions. ed like me." Times. not fool all the people all the November 18. 1887 stony-hearted "Laura," exclaimed the ennmored youth, the prohibition rota to ihow that it has inhastily bringing the corner of his frescofd creased but littls since last year. A gain of Wall Paper, ffmm MLl. ! Furniture, JflaaHS&H: J3ifiwf!feW- LlTilWT!' Kra-ze- liffe Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. 3NrE5 Fulland Complete Stock of the above and prices B. ?. (Hue-gras- s vr POWDER FURNITURE STORK Absolutely Pure. i ' WEAREltf. Stanford. !, 1 it' - H. j it . . - r Livery, Training, Feed,' tltii)N tij ln o of" STABLE .r-- lv nuis-snee- , ome-thin- M-4- ,;. r t:ri: DR.S. C.DAVIS. Surgeon, Physician weeV-tlde- s, WILLIS HOUSE. H J. WILLIS, Propriotor. III Friend . WOOD WALLACE, w tii IMHt.Vtl'llldS l.tl'MHtV. Hn-cU- 1 i: i Sol 3" w v't i im-ri- I . 1 1 ioT-A- ni 1 1 l.- lore-drea- I, lt, ii: i. iii'itm .... ct d -r i AYRESc GIVENS. ATTORNEYS 'loiihvii.m.;, MM-ly.- r.' Yc-CN- htb-blin- I Miitriv s wr tir-ar- weri-iiiai- lUsi-rif- '.I photon ni.i ran i:at, y rim .s. sr: , A1TTEH5 Cholera Cure! .. r tax, SALESMEN s nl NOT UK. 8BBS?S. wmsm2K5&3R'' nm -. w-- I I. N EW FAST MAIL I ui.vci.vvati (lit-ever- 1ST MYERS HOTEL and iM STANFORD. KY. Propr 1 fr lie-H- hat-make- r, . rik tt.O's. K r Scwi-fflUMklu J" I jf The Clever fellows. Book-Keepi- ng ! ! Ttie democratic ptrty of Kentucky in in a fair way to bo deatroyed by the "clever fellowa." THAT November! 8, IH87 Stanford, Ky Howard Kmith wai kept in the auditor' ollico lor 111 yaux beottl'n he waa it clever Co., Ky. TYPE-H'IUTIItfG h,. O. WAIVI'ON, llUHlnuuH Munatfor. fellow -- clever to Hih aheritla and aaeeaaori, SIlOltT-l- I Short-Han- d PupilN ontur at any timo, Sohool for all olnssos by whom he liraiited moat extraordinary SonrJ for CittnloRuo. J. B. 8E0RE8T, Prosidnnt. and left the ollice in Hilt'h bail m:iil 1'uhUnHvnl liiv"tUiun mill ahape that hia aitcceanor haa nliuoHf 10 yeira netlinn it out of the old rut t i .vrvivuru , CAHii. Luke 1'. iilackbiirn waa elected governor OFbecame he waa a c ever old fellow (njbody It uudBiitgoJ If wrctvllt lhalli.40 "III " 20 and 22 West Fourth St., ever claiming Ilia he waa in the leaat (ital ihhIihI mill iliiMnliJ. tied to till the ullice), and lie eo depleted the ' IMPORTERS OF treiaury, by the uao of the pinioning piw-e- r, N. LOCAL TIME CHD. that ilia aucce'aor fiund nluinil a wreck 1 0 r. u on vt ah train liotng North- entering upuo tlio tltaonarge uf hia ilu-liI si r.u riouth . II iuih limi ' train" North Having ecurdth services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with . f&iw r n . i .... IR .MS ." Tom Henry waa elected clerk of the , at M UkmI KrHglit Nrtli many years' experience, all work will be dono with neatness and diapatcht w& ti M a M Sv,ulli ,11AM m.'MT-Art Pottery and Fancy Goods fully insured. Court of Appetla beoiu lie wa a clever WiAaiir f Spectacles and Eye QlasseB to suit the eye. Iliv latter tralmabv rtry puwnawt. XMHW1 fellow and hi liaa repeleily brought the vMirgy-"fc---ugFor IHuinir Itooius, Drawing mi .UmUtJ tliuit. Holai 8lt'tlltvl ptrty to ti mne liy the moat diagrarvful de . Kooiiih mill Cliumbcr Decorations. t .iUiui in miMH iifr m-M- M' " iHtucnea and.uiakea no pretenae of attend-tu- g DINNER SERVICES &. TABLE to tliediltiea of hia cilice. GLASSWARES SPECIALTIES. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I)i k Tile Ima beu H'atu lralu Ixatrs IUiwlM. l7.t k m. ami teturna at Treaaurer for 0 year, becaltee r. ii. lie ia a clever fellow and tell" a jjke beiier than anybody, but hia booka have never tocii iouccs. beeliinveatlgated, nutnllhitttidllli; thurcau s B Hl'V jour fctioul book itnil achuol nup dal'iil" chrge repeaiedlv made. iI.m Iroui A. It I Villi 7 Wttt haa three tiuina been r ec Auk jour kri.ciT (or the Cincinnati ted Attorney (leueral, because he la a clever zazxasuzzzm Cu.'k cririlffr mid cake. (jo fllii; but it ia a uotoritUa fact that he ia a V vruiira inl Jewelrj repaired on ahor third-ra- te lawyer ldlce anil warranted by A. It. i'tinnj. CD Suu Hill i an exceedingly clever fellow, A oo.Ml'I.KTK mock ol ewrelry, latent and on tlila acoount there la a clamor in fa n A. tyle. llockfurd watches z yor of hia holding two ollicea and drawing it. IVnny. I'll K firm ot I'enny . McAliltr haviuir, two aalariea ilinoivrl( Hie account are rf ily (or etllu Hunler Wood ia a prince of good fellowa CD B S utrnl. Com at once at mi futile. You may and becauau ol tin there la a protect ngainat H mn COKli 1 hearing charge of otlicikl irregular! even CD Ilea agaiii't lilmel( and auuie of hia ailbor LONDON, LAUREL COUNTT. Hi diualea, in urn lea itivealigallng them. of lUiel l'atcli, hi in hi The deuiorraiir maj irity in Ihia State uptrrrl ai white, t;ri in waa cut down to 10.000 majority laat now. H bectuae the people thought 19 it T Martin Airier, living on Hi ittcoon tliat the clev-- r fullowa had heen running creek, cUlit lW full ijr 10 oxhh up one thinii long enoiuh. The lime ia near at one am hut lnt -- I tree If hand when there will be a demand that the OFhim petk )tli'e be tilled witli men nominated for ef citoli lht itt toy up oris trM -outand correct hurlnoa habfiriency, int'gntv V M. iltll, oori'liietor of oomlriic'ion it", and when there will no lontiei be wink-ini- r S roul, vi 3 tram on the C imberlm I VsII-j- t iiioorn-i-ten- l with the re-- i at matter H-- rf n looking fjr a nil stolen iiireuieuta of the law, and every man will CO II ry the fKWrocn on of Urn lureaivn, have in tniid or f'll by the record. track will ruici rirti trvilU lir, F.i T'i Meeriirer. iliy, if not ilnWyeI by unl tailing aim I. W'ovi s'a I'i.kahant WAVri. -- There were Stirill IV, rl. Deputy Swill Kimlall tw i a icieiy women who loved each other ami A. It Dvcte went to Jellioo nml nr wi h that rincor only known in the dial rented till Miln, itiiiiMeil itere fir oirclwa, nd loey hi I ji't int after a aep U ii b m I Ins nt n riilroi I COICNtiUaration extndltig over the an miner ui'inlha circuit omirl, hi npietrnp ut our fir During that urn- - Mn. A hid tinf irninat but f.tileil to tir--r unit hn f Tr ino eiil ly frei kie hadlv, while in Ira B'a once tieii the oilier vrtin hire hin hunlintf for hair. raven treaaaa ahone manv a TAII.OIC-MUM hi in. "I) voil kit w, dear " Mra A atid, re in tha gardini her ciuipimon'a hair t tixadly, It i Ktiil tint Mr. inri-- n I have received and atlll recelvlni "they do any that powdering f ir the liair ia hsb t of tinting tht "ilnlittci of tho m irmining in agtin, md the mo nant I heard pr imUinj minUnl of hi oollii bf obll of i I ihoiighl how ni'ie it wiuhl be for ini thn.il to ci Into ti lip t wtin itcriorornHl Telegraphy Central Normal School & Business College, Pleasurovillo, Henry 4M. PLEASE OBSERVE M'KOBERTS & STAGG, -- u iiit F. SCHUL.TZE l.l ea. 1 it m vm CINCINNATI, OHIO, GHINA AND Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, i fneeli v&Sti&sF. .N'V risWi: 'ttty? f? -r; i GLASSWARE, J5 I dd d G o Pr . BUT -- ft e 1 GHCLDCJEllffilKS y lt mn O w -- o - UI -- Ow-en- ali T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STS.. oi (' ltt jt nult 1 irr H. G. 1IAT RUPLEY, MAIN & enTi'lope in ofth-ir thiir lim i mlilre"!4, t)n oni nf thrc occft'ionn Mr II did not timeli Site merely lifted i-- c t Mtti'len:, on opimn; the MiH!r, foiin the hrr clanea with a aweet aerenity !lnd : C iiiipininn atetdilr. mlbiiM't her "Y-a- ," trchnii to your ''Apply ihr inrT of ahe reap "all lho"e old fah- itliAettioni ttil cii " Au'l nrird irlcka do help out amazingly. How own prinil hr del.erl 'ti n ) In ttm aorry i cm mil"! be, Annie, that tbeoldatyle " Mr bnj'hrr) '"t" ii iot on hiCi 1 of patchea fur the face are not revived, ao v in to to ililrymi could cover Ihoae dreadful frecklea " h n oiuiPtriTii b And then they a mi led aweetly at each trcn .inoln'H m I mr n l 'itic I'ionn roul of shout other and lnvan In talk about their lap Well, tlic tirt tiling thtt iloalnn Courier. doitn. alitor ,cchttl i tut' he n of I ! n w In the ui til and I nnff t fnlt You don't run (Stitw, Makky Ivmu.Y tecoml p'nce, hh rci i thwt h alimliHii tip the riak of dying an old maid rr m toh mr iMition hic H in tr" If you mue a bid mitci you ctn blame lochfii I'hirdly, wa rfil thut n w. 'ui-il- f down,' in wildi I joy it lo inexperience. hi"lf tn oo in" When you are getting old no one will fitllr fulbm bi- vzniniili." take you but a widower. miller the forma of the It prevent' your titirriel friend" from If our purpor aympathizing with you. Uw to uruh out opinion the rxecu If vo I aratt nil v ia tre :0 it ia hard to t:on of Ihr ntmrchiN n a blunder. Hut if tlm Uw "imply hold" in m accountable get a young liuaband. a aec Y in hive a In 'Dri'iiiiMD for Iho dew!" unit the ronrf(iience, thcp yenr'n ond hii'b n. I if you happen to loae your in-- ii ill btt forgotten n nre JLT nitirilcrrrii. Their fnith i not purified or firt. Judge. KirenntheniMl by their mi tiering". There in IIiuStknii: Ciioick. They were no CMie no uiciti, o vile, that men will e by the open together. -- DKil.H IN not die for it. ('oumce i not eren a twt "Have you ever," ahe eaid, "looked into of 'inertly; it uiay be born of despair or it the philosophy of the Haat?" 43" Drugs, Books, Stationery and (jt-ff- iS tony come from defiance or from a ilelilninn. 'Somewhat.'' rauuy t uuioa. Moat men din bravely when death i" inev "And do yon believe in the tranauiigra r 7x; . ,. . . . 11 tiV. iuhli. Kiiier"lilinn nml vain tlnrr in Hon of aoul"7" I'll v Mel n' prcr!piloiisiiicuriHijr iuinp.u,u, AIK) linn n ttie ba pire men with course "I think I do." ciuxHcan. In Indii mother nicrifire fieir "Well, what would you like to he in the childr.'ta to ple ho ollandpd dei'y and next life?" m ii tn Va7 :M i ysvs. for vic.iuii". the JiUifernitil never T e llimea cist their bright light upon Tho Larcest Btook of Watches, Olocks, ATtfi Courier Jnurnnl. aa he replied: her beautiful red tre-nV Jowolrv and Silverware ".My darling, I ahuuld like to be a white TJLlSLi?2-vW?ISa lniirl, my eon, whalevtr el"0 you I'rtcci laiwer thKn ff L Kver tiouhl to thlt niarkft " T I.n- HllPDFJ. 1.11KB. IIJU itc-Ilia nwMI re. Y ill k'O to the bald h ended man for home 'V2zse&i-lMxmfjon ihort notice nil Warrant!. Ling lime ahe Hat and wondered why he nalrl r rea'or""'; your th doctor who pre scribe for your di"e"d kIoiimoIi i" hiwv maileao etrange a choice. 1 on' tiolti; h tltl tfi' y.ni" i o ii:rr i ' iilimi htt t: - i BEST. t New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the beat In the market, which will be ii Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country Olvo Me Trial. jiI WEAREN & MENEFEE, fi - i ll A B. JEWELER- ait-ti- tire-plac- J3I M M PHARMACIST, J vi). XHRTKIATl? tW Lga! sar Sash-Blind- s, ea BII tiK fi Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sureys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road :s Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve , thanj is larger KSr'M&r hides from the and more completebest. everfbe-forecheapest to the ISS tfSr' sfl&JfcX. st o:wkk Xm r . the preioher wh" f the tnor ten lone of Iih hnil"rt yeara. Then why ahouldn't you to hia mine r that the unn W'lti itt n a who'e ahirl to hia luck ahou'd be baMer able tlnn anvb)iy ul'n to tell you how poverty ii to be aboliahei'? L'),lon Tran cript. ilrlnir of dvnpepain an exhoriH you to row baa iiiken I uke tn thour'it fr Ki 1'eier eee you were a bank cash ier during ihe greater part of your life." New Spirit "Yc. I waa caahier and prraideut of a coutitry bank " "How much did you 'I Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) and Paclfla iCiuoimmti New OrlounH Ti-'xus- All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices lo suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any denier or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. .1. Toxas H.CJIKi:,AKt., IliiNtoiiTllle, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. "Nothing " "How uiuch money waa placed in your care during that time?" "Milliona." "How much were you paid a yeai?'' It ia aiiil thai Htewart, the Wichita, Ka., "About il 200 " 'rui; clerk who waaeotenctd to 17 veira' Take my place - Omaha "Here. impriaonmenl and to pay 6ne of $20 800 World. drutt for nallliiB liiiinr, ia now a clerk in atore in Garden City, ICaa , and that ha raa Thecoldeat wtndri are thuee that herald reltsaned upon the ptyment of $100 It la ppring, the darkeai hour la that before the chanted that he waa prtuaded to plead dawn, the greatest crooka are liioae that iMiiliy by the Deputy Attorney Oeneral of never swing, the flneat watch ia that we theHtate for the eiTect hit lenience might baye iu pawn. Lincoln Journal. have on other violutora of the prohibitory It continuea to cure (ranter's Chicken law, with the underelnndiog thai lie nould Cholera Cuio ia what we refer to It curea have to py a huiaII amount. and saves mure chickens in this and adWhile Jefleraon Davla was the guwt of joining counties than everything else com12t thecitizina of Macin, Q , they prmentrd bined Hold by AlcKibaris&S-agg- . him with It bottlea of brandy, 24 bottled William H. Morrison li aa refused lo acof whiaky, three bottlea of gin, 11 boxes of four ctaen of champagne and 77 bot- cept from the government a pension of JOG ciean, tlea of other wine, beaidea half A; gallon of a year to which he is entitled as a survivor of the Mexicin w.tr . olive oil and one jug of Curacoa. '- Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orloims, Florida. Cuba, Soutli West. Soutli East, , CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2. '87. IlKAl) ' IMMV.N. No A. tTTaInS nt)t7nTr No.7. HEAD UF. TKAlNHNOririt. Nu, I. STATIONS. Mo. 6. Attention Fkawb We desire to call your attention to our freih and Ol every diecrlption, which we keep constantly on hand, and ask you to come and examine It ai well ai IUIIj. II 105 fi;5) N(i..l. Dully L'x. Hnu. I 01 ii 7 3U i) lOp i iMuiii ii m Jk in null ' in, II 5Ji in 10 IS am iu I iu u iu 1 1 '.' n ui OHO a in :i 15 p m iii IMlr. Dally. ttoutuii 75) u iii l,'vt'...CIiiclnuail....A'rT, .....OHtilnlo I)llr. No. 3. No. 1. Dally. No. 8 Dally. Uxlnnton lunctlun City rw)yco... iiaOpLi ... .. .... ... UUatu At'v.. Chattanooga. ,I.'o 7 10 p ui 0 00pm I.'vp ..Chltanooi;a.,A,rv ... A'rv ... ' 6 1(1 n iu 6 li p m 10 IS a m fi U p m 3 18 pm 1 IS p tn 6 55 a in 3 IS p in 2 2Siin 3 iu p m 5 20 a m 1 50 p ni 955 pin li 73 a m 8 10 am TtWa'm 600 p m luopiullt lupiulivo CJiJim,l2lniii II 00 Hlrmliinhaui Akron York .Merlillan Atlanta Ar'vl Illu5am S80am i 8 VI 3 am t aOam 10 Complete Iiine of Groceries Oiii Jtoek of Hardwai'e, Which no retail bouse can compete with. Whlleyou ound, we will show jou th . pm ' I 00 ii m SO 3 30 ii ml 9 30 1 8 35 ,..'ll 00 a m t'.'O pm Ij'voMonroo .. 8 IS p mi Arr. Hhrnveport .Meridian ...A'rv a in A'rv. New OrIfaaa..l.'ve "800 'am 500pm n lil'l.'.a .. Meridian.. ..A'rv 1000 p m a mil- -' vo IS p m Jackson A'rv A'rv ...,I.'vh 30am 30 p m Oliver Chilled ami Imperial We aro agent for, the best In the market; alto t he IMow.s, lve Vlcilmr.. 4 00pm 10 05 am 000am ...... ...... IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, Bomethlng new and novel and the finest thing of the kind In use, In our line of Heating and Cook Htovea, wo can please the most fastidious Id both prices and make, and especially In Heating Htovea. to keep Lime, Cement, bait, Ac, and to lact we wish to show you something excel lent. Of 2 urw there It scarcely anything we bavn't got that Is anything near our line. Come In when you are Id Very truly . town and weshall be delighted to make It pleasant tor you. Mann Houdolr Bullet Slooplng Cir on all through trains. II. COLLBHAN, Oaa'l JOHN C. () AULT, (len'l Manager, K. CAlUtOIX, Ueu'l rJupt., Uthcoa, St. t'aul lluilillui;, Wuat Fourth Street, Clnclunatl, OaU. 'lennrul Frt. it rail. Act., v JIOCKJEll & KRIGHT. Y ' PERSONAL. W. B. Hansford went to Somerset Tuesday. P. 8tehien80N and family have removed to Campbellsville. Tinslev Mkrsiion has gone to Crab Col. Sam M Burdett has been appoint Orchard to take a temporary situation, ed Internal Ravenue Agent and will probMr. W.N Potts went to Lexington ably bo Maigned to duty on the PaclBo to the unveiling of the Breckinridge monucoaat. Toe pay la $11 for ererjr dny in the ment. year and the entire presi fraternity, while Mr W. M. Dudderar left Tuesday regretting to lose him from its ranks, will lor a visit to California and will be gone rejoice at his good fortune. That's more till spring. than the; par on the 5th ilior o' the Mr W E Varnon has taken the Courier Journal buililing, wljere the Colonel new Watts house on Lincaster street and hag been doing such excellent work for will go to housekeeping. that paper, and while the latter mar be Mr J E Brandon, representing the much more congenial to him, he is not eo new paper house of Kemper A Riley, CinOTerburdened with this world's goods so to cinnati, was here Wednesday. refute to consider the little matter of dol Dr L F Hufk.min was down town l&rs and cent. Wo have never read a neater Tuesday f ir the first lime since he was tak turned complimentary paragraph than that en side, more than a month ago. of Col E. Polk Johnson's in reference to -- L G. Hubble, of Lincister, has ben his journalistic ability nor a truer descripin the Bureau of appointed tj a tion of hit) life and attainments than that Animal Industry, M a salary of Jl 000 per of V. M. Hull in Tuesdar's Courier Journal annum and expanses and Sam is a whole sauleJ, Uol J. R Crooke, the great coal chivalrous fellow and will soon have most king, was here Wednesday. He is opening as man? friends in Cilifornia as he has in several mines at Lilr, whicn show 45 inch Kentucky. Oojcl luck and a heap of it to es of as fine coal as is in the mountains and him is the wish of his first love, the Inte will place a Urge plant there. rior Journal. A letter irom S W. Psrris asks us to once change his piper to Nipt City. Cil., for Clara Louise Kelloqo, the charming and still very clever prima don which point he was juit leaving with His wife says she can't do without na, used to swear mm she would never marry a man; that she was wedded to her the pipsr and Mr P. wivs t, kesp peice profession and had no time to wiste her in the ft uily. G oi luck tl them in llu-ilove on anything else. But Clara, like all far i fT home -- Cait H B. Jenks, the meanest of re of them, swearing she would ne'er con has consented, and married her man- publican, but one of the most acconitno sent, ager, a little dried up Dutchman, woo dating of officers during his long enctim thinks about nothing but how much be can bency as chief raflway mail clerk of this make out of the singer. Well she is not division, was presented with a fine gold as young as she used to be by several yeirs, watch and chain Tuesday by his successor is fat and forty, her voice is becoming and the old employes. , OUR young friend, C W. Melcalf, E-cracked and on the whole it must be con feezed that it was ttoie she was seeking anhaslociled at Barbourville and hung out his shingle as attorney at law and real es other loe. very enthusiastic over ArrER Ftelden and Schwab had gone tho' late agent. He is prospects of the town and thinks it will the process of having their hair and beards tne piptilaion in the next 12 double it cut o3, at fie Joiiet peaitenii try, and month. 8e his card in this isue and made to don the con viol's stripes tnat they you have busl-oe- 's are to wear for life, they hard'r reon nd communieate with him if in his line each other and both laughed heartily at the Stanford, Ky., November 18, 1887 Mr V p.i-iti- d r q n Senator J. R HawUy, of Connecticut, and Miss EJith HorMr, head nurse in the Blockley Hospital, Philadelphia, were married Tuesday. Hia death hat revealed the fact that Samuel Talent, Jr., a prominent and wealthy Cincinnati manufacturer, supposed to be a confi rmed old bachelor, has been mar rled several yean anJ living under an assumed name with hit wife and children in the very heart of the city, A Cincinnati paper atyi that the beau tifulCol. Nicholas rWijb, while in that city recently, borrowed $150 from Dr. Buckner, of that city, giving therefor a draft on A H Joubyo, of Nsw York City. The draft subsequently proved worthless, and the doctor has Barer got his money back. W'ui Ksnney told to J. A. Hagiielr U yearling mules at $70 per head. Jake Uuguely bought in Mercer 60 feeding cattle, averaging 1,150 pounds, at 3 cents. George Kraiz bought 34 rattle from N. D, y 1 Ingram at 4 cen'.s an J 9 will weigh abjul 1600 pounds and will he delivered bstwesn the lit ani 5 h of December. -- Dinville Advocate. A dispatch friui Hath county Never before in lh history of tohicco ri ing in this part of the uoiinlry have price-rule- d so eager. J J so high or ptirchv-erSuioot has just sold a lotol 500 000 potniila at 20 cents a pound. Messrs. Goudpas'er nave refused that price for about 220 hogs heads The Inrge prices obtained have set toe people nearly wild and every one who can get tin acre of ground will raise tobu-cnext year, Tne largest crowd nearly that ever a sale was at John Anderson's Tues ay. The whole farm was covered with ueiple, and Cipi. H T ii h te Is us that everything eold well, the liouseh dd goods at higher prices than they ciuM have been bought new. Brood mare- - brought from $50 to $95; a pair of small mule-- . $140; 9 yearling mules sol'l at $60 in $70; a yoRe of oxen $65; c iws $20 t $2); 26 otithdown ewes at $2 50 to $4 25; hog. $t:55 shoats $3 S5, oats 36 cents a bushel and 120 geese at 25 c n s itptere. cent-Thes -ct movable rock to stand on, is that "God is LOVE and Nothing Elsel" Our social life among old friends has been extremely pleasant. Wedutaday a parly of 20 or more on horseback and in vehicles look a jaunt to what is technically known as the "Bjltom." It is a Hit strip cf alluvial, varying in width from 5 to 15 miles, which is annually overtl iwed hy the mighty Mississippi and whirh, in places, bears unmistakable marks of having once been the channel nf this writhing Leviathan ol rivers Djrp depressions in this Bottom, when the rfer retires to its normal bed, form lake-- , large and small, swarming with the tice-- l fish. Tne re-- t ol the ilit Is s iiddod wjili cane thickets xti'l firests of growth ad ipted to the swampy locality. Long ago, ni'gnifi ent cvpress trees studded the II ittotn, but tlie-- e have long since been cut and rafted nil', leaving only the gre it stum. 10 or 15 leet high to mark where the-- e fore-- t giants stood Tney were kietisrally felled while the wa standing in ctnoes; ters ere up by in.-then gathereii in rail- - ami II ated out lo the Father nf Waters to yo to the various niarkt t down the river. Riding tlmitU'h thesH nwful solitudes, one can see Ii iw far tho waters rise bv the darKeiied trunks of the lre, sliowitig hy thtiir dircolorniinn the high water mark. I think it tnti- -t have btei 1" iw 15 feet, the forest over, as 1'hi- - hilf juu we noted tl on Wedue-ilautKilliide in gHUie, Ule, tiitil wililwuoil, Nrge mil small. A verr tilinter's Paradise. D.-e-r in great heril-- ; turkeys in tireal drove ; bsir and pmiher not luftequeoi; while ne trtpp-- r shuply reel- - in otter, beaver, race ion, ui'nk and uiu-- k rat, so valuable for their pehs. Thu cy presi,"kueee," that curious abor so familiar to those who lion of know the tree they spring from, hindered our vehicles greatly, after we strnck the Bjltom, and more than once wu had to hall lo uiemi a traie snapped by collision, una vmdittd-- , with ecn the mo-- i careful dr v of Rip iiu, We. go five or six miie-oley before we plunge over the blutl into tl e n y. ut Stanford, who spent two weeks with the Mi ssrp Doorts, has lull behind her two sad he arts inconsolable Mr Hale and Willio Ta rrsnt left Monday nk'hl to inin their m other at Birmingham, Ala Mts IIsHie II trris has niir sincere thanks for that nice pranoit sent to us Monday last. She may sure we thoroughly appreciated and en- jiyedit Mrs. J II. Hulchlngs is qutli- sick at ihis writing. Mr. J F Holdam In still ring very much from a xeveie atleck of rheumatism and is not able to attend in business, being roti.iii.-i- l to his b'd. Mr. Robert 1. Divis has been very ill f.ir the past week and is now 110 bstter. rural paper in Teiinere, recording Jltn Kent for dealing in f without iicen-r- i, rem irks. "Those vlio know Jim ctnnot believe that he i Illiltv. Ttitiy say that if lie erer gets hold if any liquor lie would neer sell il or give t aw-He f mid ilnnlf il " A hi- arre-toT. OC.SlAUtt: APOLLO tMJ IIIIRT, The Beat in tho W0ELD. AT Send tor Circular, Main, - lib and IsmlaTllle, C.W. METCALF, Jh - - Ky. .lllorito l l.iiM- - liiti! AKcut, mill II 011 1 - - l.'rt- - ll.VlllKlUllVII.L.I",,- KV. NiHMirt Nimtm.V MIInsiiiil Villi- -) Co. ! Will practice in anr court )n Kmleru Krnliirkv. KxsiiiIdsHo ut land tlllrf main a iiMa-lalt- i Any lielrsni of tluihsr. roil, itinlr nil mineral laiiils fur dale, luf riiutlon furnlsluJ iu snj ulnt on J itir-- e uiiJt ncn sillctleit (lSt,) CHESAPEAKE & I'lilliinui OirN To WitBhiiiRton. Old OHIO 'I himI Nulld ri I n to tinllfr the public we will not per mil ny hunllni; or ny othi-- r triaslt,g on our farms, but wh will punish sny eron rarMHii o irespiMlnit to the Tulle leu tot tlielsw. Not I, 1&7. i'KVPl.Ks, 1 Thli Posted.. tt .t. ,ti. EAST Point Comfort litoliinond t J.tMKs . M. srou.y.l tloith ;.. 1. To LoitiBvillo Counrctloiia WEST IS. '67. nnd Cinoinnnti ASouth-Ves- . direct for all tlnU In ibsi Now work. 277-tt Photograph Uallury Cabinet West,North-Wes- t ! m I.T t Opvulle IVinalit Cilltg. tl er iUeii. Call eallilictlon ami iiuln my nuir-aut.'-- irricr wov iKIIj 7 Nu. I tl 'ft u II Hi an a J. It. IM i'i., rholmtraphrr. Arr IxiiiIitIIIs While Sulpi rMirlB. M . . . liina-ioi-i H. la now C. JOHNSON, a t k " CharloltaTliletV Klchmnnl " Newport New. 11 '"J M r- I' s JuiH i p M pm s a w . .. .. W I' .. Mp. . a , Bittoui. creat-irandfai- .Mmiv I yeir-se- o, dnreit in the linn wr-- , en'er-1 1 ! II ind; ai're of hi' wld great grie', SlK acres, 'undiii led," dechange in their appetrtoces. scended to IheOtwitn heirs. On this, when It is bitter GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE ALL SORTS AND SIZES. I wis n poveriy to l&Uih than to cry, it is and, bit a decen er u i ntrickeu SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES Father Ciyill, a Cttnohc priest, died man would have preferred to do the latter, nf ptying the preacher. I had the plea-tir- e TII13 under the circumstances, Schwab was pin atOensboro. most in tddening lxe- - j at the Hun I Mr Tlrme o1 Una du e ai.d unpaid for ih Rin.r.Y, 1'k.nn , N v. 1 1Ss7 Judge 1 T. Liwry, a leading citizen yuna, I will mi in the oon vict kitchen, where his work will could leat ll ird i', whereby, I haye good Dear I.ntkkiok E got nd a halt er- - cause to be to help peel pnttoes, cip nisi ani pre nf Jessamine, is ilea I, aged Gl. -r I am, uiairtuiorii MONDAY. DEC. 5lb. 18S7, E' W 1$. F Clar.dtale evangelist, will igone, we listl a ulorions uieeilng here. 1 ill v. a Tenue-M-- e pare the convicts' fni. Fielieo. was as Irnid holder In laHt-- r County Cnu't Day, to public tsle hlnieih preich at TurneraVille next Sunday at 11 wanted to see how the brethren faml, mid lu litter years the timber -- old ill it nm sign ed to the atone department. 111 .nl, Ky. tor ra.la in pf'l-'tT- . or 10 III mh Ibrttof band, Ibe to so we gave up our trip ilnwn tie ner u government o'clock. dues nnd leavns a Ir llii'g eiir-pi- a will ty asl'l leita alol owl Aur one ii.alrllie Although ther said he voted against -- The town of Hayesville, Kinsts, was Fulton, oyer laM jear'- - route, Hutt ciniin to t l.irr tlie ilsy ol ule ran di au by MwylHf tl ajjl tuiulall't lliet.Ml of l l. rn.ia. awl aa jou prohibition in Hart county several years nearly destroyed by a fire started by ued our tirney by the C At O lam ghil We had the pleasure of riding through 1I1, kvjuur listwea will be lilnlrli Iroiu IttH ago, and hauled won lods of mei to the ll.t we did. thieves. n lie,"nn Ws niav, "where our pns-!! r NO rsoKI, polls to do likewise, Gov. Buckner is seeThe dear friends in Ptducih aw u- - tl ti At the ODsniOi" day of S D. Bruce' o. M. Mi acrea, lie S and to oiark Imw perfsctlr worlhle fur nil Mitchell, Kd ki ing to it that if the penalties attached to a thoroughbred -- ale 92 bead 8:30 A M last vtondar, with every at hl.( ki, n 1. i But wl:h that n- purpise-i- t violation of the local option laws are not brought lUlley, ThAHias, It wn U lb, $40 050. altentluu that kl"ilet c mrtes o.iuM t.iwik inlaliiaiinn, to land hnld Hunlett, Jo-- h apd enforced, it shall be no fault of his. A xitf, itJH; ' pinne'l k'dlar Trut-ln-ir- i is stated that Dm M. Dickioaon, of of. Br 'S Kowlaud and It ers, we -- llll hold on to It, though thrre is IUuiinn. lUtjtk, towai lot III; Richmond man, who had been lined $600 gold In the last. W- - will lw, s pre-- i lent' ofler out" tioe not ton remote-- ! prospect ihat it will ever tSlteuo, Antti my 100 lut, W.I; for such violation and who presented a pe- M'chigan, hasacceptel the thhik of Paducih as strictly ' first oU-x- " in of the postmaster generalship ne ab ,vo H present uixrkel vn tie of 51 50 IIItmh, Thp, tuwn I W.. II 0 tition as long as the moral law, was refused bought Hen Kiuten and every respect May Ue LORD rewird per acre Wife seems to think there - a Ijukry, Tlima, acre, 11.70; T. C. Ball ni executive clemency with some excellent Mun Ah , Iowa Iwt Mil; sister's lot adjoining the one recently pur- lueui f jr the eirnest hesring 'nay g tvj II on ol respectihiluy in being the proprie lloh.iwon, Unary, Iowa lot, M II, reasons assigned therefor. l, ms represented by glorious 10 acrea, chased of Mr. CrutcndeM, in Kirfland, for l9 ; arid Tucker, tor of ' 5(H) seres of Itnd in IVnaes-er;- " Eraneliq is I mi siir lis wil being an indult:ent husband, I do not he lluaton, l'elrr, a aoria St; Herr Most, wbo did more than any $40. II 111 Wyalt, I arre, Jl.lO; other one man to spread the heresy of an Sister Rue K'".Tm re:eive! a dis It is ahoul 115 units from Pitucah to R'p grudge her this nf assurince lbs I.M-- r Tne archy in America, is talking a great deal pitch from Brother Birnes as follows: ley direction a little w.t of South - uiir s.s ws ire Nonlykr, Mlllsnl, 1NW o.l'?. tow tot, II "wm weru nitalsriy- ovur a with his mouth since the execution of the Ssnd our mail to Tupelo, Mis All well run down wis very plei-tn- t, riWIMTMl, 1 HHI1K. now," which seems in m my ones to have n ly emooth, well equipped roid; hut qlie T atel 7, it acres, II I . Cntcago marketers and making some ex Glorious meeting at Ripley." "soothing syrup" etieil upon ttie fide.l Alulrpwi, Sun, I)ljilr, Jemt' helra, IWinw, II. ceedinuly incendiary speeches. He is a Kindolph Tucicer is to receive $5 uneventful, until n fev unlet be. no recn-in- g Uieuiories of pJ grand llr and well l;evani-y- . Juslah, 'aaaitil 's7, Uaer, K renti our dssunati in. Hsre at a -- mulwiv a miserable coward, who takes it out in talk-in000 for the efforts he, mule in behalf of Kornoy, I ewts, a acrea, J I SO; live but the country would be very much the ChiciBO narchist , hm he lost lots of station, v oire elec rti 1 br me u Ma., IConlii'lt-- l neit Isius aetea; Jl 70; l'lirimr. Henry, B pleased as well as benefitted if he were friends in Virginia by appearing lor them appearance of "Sisier R si" and J Itelaorr, Cniuelun, 'efi anil 'r7, IM) acres li, CRAB ORCHARD. LINCOLN COUNTf. irll!ln, IMtIs, 'n 'ii ami 'S7, IIU Htn, II so wno tud cin over from Foi-'iplaced where he could do uo harm. i. A large fire in Brooklyn destroyed the ItsiCard, Alk'D, ','M ami 's7, KiMHra, J I m, Kipify by htcst an I up the nil to intU us, - The death rqiiHnl of fatiened in'gs I IKiii, J cult m, 'vi ao-- l 97, IM sires, 57 II A S. Hatch & Co , Wail street brokers stables of the Vanderbilt avenue horse cu and hid us welcome to Lin ler.WIe it i. tieiard here dai'y Itutiiri, John, er , UN wtia, II. it; haye failed for a million, but the fail- line, together with fead, rolling stocK and a just like them, of course, but nuns the le .'in I III, htitslieili, Uo 4crva,sa unit; The Old Fellows have bought a hind ure did not affect the market. The firm large number of horses. Lias about $200 siu'tb, Jot-pt- i I , Hij acre, gj &, a jivful Hiirpn-e- . -iuu Bru-el- s canist lor their loilge r.'om Wesrer, W. 11.,'ftl has a habit of failing, this being its third 000 W Tu; '6 sml The frienils in Rpley received in with The congregati on at Plymouth church if- Killi II.. ;i actf., II.si; riora nawes inn .iiss L.uue WaU-uttime. has decided to call Kev. Charles . Berry, open arms, and we were "'at h'liu-- " itut ini'hixion will uive an entertainment at the Wuoili, Mary, 'St, ' siiii 'S7,WMfef, ft ; MORE LOCAL. VKKCISLT St) I, of Wolverhampton, Eogl0' to Mr. Beech ter. Sister Itosa whisked the girl- '.tl j College Hall Tnanktiv.ng night Apilc V II, '80 ami '87, 7 acr, 5I.H; Mr. Biwen Uver is having the roof A Sheriff Fields tuook to Letcher county er's pulpit. There was but one dissenting the house where she was a gue-- t, and Mini e Lit, J. W., Wane. SI. IS; ma and 1 were installed guests at trie on Mmi Krsncu, Merldi, M acrea, St -; orn oil of his ilwelltng-liotii'- e this week for trial, Elijah and Wil- vote. House T Ht nurit we hid our rir- -t street, prepiratory lo ptiitir.g on a new tliHirh, W. M.,2ari, SI. ; liam Wright, both cltarged with murder. Five laborers on a road bed neif Way-lan- d lloTtun, tieorife 'A' , "7 acri, .70; They have been with Jailer Owens for six Springs, Tenn., were cruehed to death meeting in our old familttr q urters it toe one , . e, with ihe great audience room -- we navn receiveii 1.1 me inititi nuuitirr llortou, Jamea ti., Ht., bu ncres, I1.7J! months or more. beneath masses of earth and stone precipi- court-housHam, IteMa, 'Ah, Vr.uiid '87, Mairn.lll, tated on them by an explosion of dynamite packed with an engerlv li'tenitig crowd I of the, MounlitiicSiijnnl imiI deem it a bighlv I. stone, Ii. II., Vi acn- -, IM CMita; Over 100. -- Mr W P. Tate telle us that charge-- . did not seem 8 days since we were there eiilerlaliilng nd creditable sheet U())tl Mitchell, John, IS1 arre--, SI US; there is a lady living in Ctsey county, Mrs. Maiah, A In, 107 acn, till; Texas, some unknown before so perfectly natural did evtryihinh its ad rent before the public, we. with man At Hannah Richards, who is 101 years old and Win C , (H aires, II; Ripley, sive a few new brio store, o'tier frienils, wish lor its y person shot Peter Wright while he wh in look anil Martin, Mary I'adett, C, 87 acres, si rent; who is yet able to do her cooking and a brick gri-- t mill and a hands Jine new p runnei cy. his family around his own house with I'olly.Johull., 'si, 'owanl 'S7, If aerei, l ill, washing. She raised a Iane number of Programmes have been Oeware arrested Nathan Phillips on Methodist church, is almost uuctiangeii fir a It ynolila, W. It., '81, 'ttf, 'M '7, VH uere. s 7 ; children and is a Brest great grandmother since we visitei it in '79. Trie rulroad 0s Sumlay h'chool convention to be coiidocel tsliiKli-loii- , Kobt T,, 'il (ri, 11M; suspicion. 11 to niLil.t with' inorning Singleton, Jeacy'a liclri, '6 and M7, aarns, 'J!r There are 23 paupers in the Bourbon created a little ettra hum of business, bu here, couiuit-ncinMillinkrt. Mrs M. V. Tabler announ C. Ml es (mitOD, (i, W '81, St. 'M S'ld '&', fit the youngest of whom is 57 that is all. We are having glurin is mest and afternoon ces that she has received a nice selection of tr". V 81. fall and winter millinery and cordially in- and the oldest 94, Of the number 13 ars nigs. Wethougtit, at tirt, c snoiiid bs a L'lel a Bright nnd Nsnnie Ctltlwell, Kefs. (illplti.li. IV'., 2,a ncn, SI.7S; vites the ladies of McKinney and vicinity natives of Ireland, oue of England and little handicipp'il by (he ftct of a fir J li. Gibson. F S. Pollitt and viridiis oth liudwiti, W. It.,'iulair., SIM.7S liiyard, Kranklln, '81, 'aA, '8n, '87, M tiro, 17.4V weeks' revival mssttoj haTin bssn c inA goodly ers wli -t m the exerci-e- s to call and examine it, feeling that she can one of France. Juhtiaoii, Jui A., '8V, 'aUsinl M7, 18 lores, It. 10; Senator Vance was severslv, but no' cluded only last Sun lay; and that our dif rr iwii is expec ei an an interesting con please them both in ntyle and prices. She Marlon, IaI, I hum, SI 'JO; I'ejton, Taylor, i son-.- , ll.'.i.V; is thankful to her customers for past pat daniteromly, injured near Asheytlle, N C, ft runt "msttio is" might creite some jir. veotion Mr W. M. O'Bry.in, our depot egenl. Itciwell, HetirT,(il acria, (i.d ; ronageand asks a continuance of their fa- Saurdiy afternoin, by bain; thrown frmi But it is not so. For, as we have no ineth ods at all, but simply try to get e7erbidy retsived the following telegram on the hhcllLarkcr, !i., 2t acrea, 81 oeoti; road w.tgon, falling on his lisad nd cut a vors. Tnlhott, Mra, Mawn, 00 nciea, 8'i 711; to love the LORD who doo'i; and luve 15 li. ".V lily pis-euting it to the bone. with ticket fro u Terhune, W. II , town lot, i We can always tell 4; Praise the Lord. Him more who do, there isn't r win for Terra Hau'e, Indiana, to (.'rib Orohird, Kv., rerhuiie, J. I',, town lot, Si, HO; At Eaton's sale of thoroughbreds at when Brother Barnes has made a big imAnd as I genenlly fin' toe die I hii route on (run leivtti indlioap )lii Wllcher, Joseph, 4 norm, IJ.JO; Lexington, 69 head of horses sold at an cilit-iipression at a place, by the number of let'ol, 'efijiil'gyisorw, J(.i, average of $631 The highest price paid "com moo people." are q Hie ilasir ins to a 4 1 X am tins 11 Seimotir, WrlBlit, Wright, ttuuii, '80 hiiI '87, town lut, tt.AOi ters we get fro u his triends who wish to to tu p mo Indiana, cireo' was for Rossingt'in, an imported stallion, kn w the LOKf) timer, i and underiak LOI.OhKI). keep up with him by reading his incompar a way of reading their oible, on ttm iha? er P. etas inq lire, if ladv pissnt!er - ex $12,500, F. B. Harper purchaser. llrucr, Alex. 2 tos n lots, M.70, able correspondence in the Interior Jour will not be Hiiisui-ji- l of tne U id therein re pentol from Terra ii mix an I uient fy a d Caldwell, llph, Gacnx, J.5ij E'lz-- Kan Ml, cnlorwi, tie Measured by this rule he must VAL. Uos-r- , Sstnuel, Iscnx, tiM; old daughter of Jost-pRindall, of Quit- veiled, I hire yet to stri tod dm plice no ify thu coroner '' have done gloriously at Ripley, Tenn., for (nun, William, town I. it, SI.AO; where they, hs i tvriole, are not willing to Mr. flsorge W. Erans has old his man county, Ga , crept up behind her fath (ilreiu, Allen, :i acres, Sl.'iO; we have received numerous subscriber" er and killed him with an ax because be he ir, at least. Of a ure there nrs j trs and hon-- and pari of his fund 011 tne Litmus Hltlo, Henry, 2 town lota. 5i,8Vj there and a club of ten additional is being and gMiutiltnuo mile, iuion of 0 irrarl Touiuba, HIIm, I aire, tl 85; ler pik'i to Mr Grove had forbidden her to go out at night gotten up, I'SKUNCT no C -- WHITE, tne "s lints," wuootijsoi lIKe fio old Muh-odi- st It is a most desirable l, cation, the house C. Crecslius, WaKoncr, Thomsa, fiO ncrea, !l.tj ...II in this sec- NttionalO. BmkofSt, cashier of the Fiurth OMoiy to hivuu tneir being neirly ne, woll iniprove.d mikI oon in Oy-le- y Lmis, in cuilolr oa TnE dryest spell ever known lOUIKKII, ift-- r this mv.i 'sn their veil eut in every respect Mr. Ksnnedr llrlgbt, John, 2 acrea, Si.aa; tion, so far as the oldest inhabitants cm the charge of violation of the b inking laws, brtiris "to'rt up" Bui tne "pi ir itioers" trs nstrl witti liis fsmily will more ab mt the tir- -i of Owjitc, l.ury,31 acrea, ?3,1.1j recollect, is having another bad effect. The was released on a bond of $15,000 and re- uia." all glad to hear Ciai U nl ii no' "mry with January and we tint echo ton ncw,timnniH nf Iwia, Garland, 2 acres, !)5(ent; Ohio river is so low that no salt can be arrested on the same day on anothercharge. I'HhrlMCT no. -- E der J. S. Kendrick, of Dallas, Tex-a- them every day' as ni 1 m iksi Oil to say mauy others when we -- ay we ulailly wel Iliatt, Hen Ah, 'Hiinud '87, til 7, shipped and freight rates are eo high the acrfis, $,:; has accepted a call of the Christian an 1 be; bit a rs it friend, full of the dxep-e- st come them into oir luid-- t cannot afford to bring it merchants Isih;e, t'liristluo, 6J acroi, Sl,'i5; heartily on their side Mi-- s Siilm Ureen is visiting letderueis, relatives I'rlvltt, ltoliert, 7 hete, consequently there is none for sale church here, to succeed Eld. II. W. El $l.l; condition; and in Danville. Mr. Tom Soaper, nf Paint l'eters, Cariulcini, o airos, JI.'W; and the farmers have to continue feeding lioit, Jan. 1st, 1883, wbo will evangelize in in their' bending every energy of love and power Lick, was here severil diys hjo 10 see 01 e Iteed, J. II., 2.1 acres, 3V cents, high priced eorn to their hogs till the river the employ of the Slate Board of Missions 8(1. combined, to extriaite ttieui from thatdev of our loveliest young ladies Mr D 8. hoiiPtXer, Arnold, Jl acres, f 1. Winchester Sun, riaos. An idea of how very dry it is can ('ULOKKD. Hinuian, o' D.invilln, spent iSundty here. Qlliaon, lenac, 'J act in, Si; Dick R)berteon, a Harlan county it's clulchrs. be obtained when it is told that Mr. T. R. So I found it here, as elsewhere. ireard Sttiait arcompinied him UaliM, 'rand , (I acres, J I 1,1; Walton had to haul water from Logan's moonshiner, serving out a sentence in the men think more deeply. home, lo be present at the marriage of Miss MoMulUna, lian, 'iC and '87, i acres, ti M; his farm more than two miles Louisville jail, fell in love with a pretty Thoughtful Creek to McMullItu, Jamos.'i acrM, SI.5J; Tollnn fruit rwdilUr mill msils Ioth to her. Thoughtless ones are awakened. And the Nannie Wood and Mr. Bowen Fox Mr, McMullIni, Wllaou, 5 acrea, SI. 30. away to make mortar to build a chimney. of salt have been She reciprocated and they are to marry Root? work goes on, of reconciling men to Robert White, of Mt. Vernon, paid a flying Later: Two s g J the God who loves them. Oa, what an im- - visit to re'atives here, Miss Lou Mock, of when his time is out next month. can proceed, Hlicrln Lincoln Catinty, received and the l'rt-bfi- GEORGE O. BARNES LltA.ll2 lor service- - reii wife i a tract of 5 000 n( which to ui unt-Tila- THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ani an adill iOfnml wltli k""I tlonal of km ,n 10 do sot kin J of work In ha line (lire xlin a HtHiii't r anil 111 the Imai trial, aoupou LaiuAtier ilreit ("") tlltl I'olnl Comforl ' Norfolk W..htiit.in I'nlla HalllHiere New York 1. d - I" ,' V naa as an P ' T III i i i i " II . " I f I' n I it m i HI .1 ft w Pi i m a m o JO a i,)llt), 1 -t rem-mb- ir eie n- J.T No. tl dally iKill, eicrpl -u o II; taopl fHMals), hrlwroaOtl Pi- NniMk and Wiiliw sulphur TtH tr (a) " ' warn at While eulhbui im "wiunt. 10 tn r w euidT nlchi r O it, daily eirept undaT Tww trvIM . ' me Uulrlile aod ( li.dnnill l lo C'tttitu l"r". arrlTln I her- - ynl-- y w al Hit u a t.l la 'lot; Tef un H lmi ! o 3 abu 1 run dally eteepl that t- -f di ni a)T run lM.i,e liirkiaotiil aud II d l'ol"l h4- No f leT, HI. riia .ml ilatly sad AU il I -- i IIuim M'hsi I'ltiton u Aihlstnl 'or folumhat dll tie ut n sf'i first rat I'ullman iUepin ' aa no l' thr mw i In (lid ! Mrainah', lei-- orlbi I hurwlay day. TmI.T. Vei.n.a ai 4 I I' ml Ir ra s.w'aml to tSlfV- lid ay I tow Olia-l- i IMotiII Ym l ! -- Ml " n M ei day at 7 'S. -- -- , Ttrkei . hi Tli pr-cti- t'i, .. 'id :V "111 I'll, Ka'e. luf run lion. e ,,r .,ldrva i r u lof New k (l,o. i tr , e un Un Iiu ,nd, V, ttil t, ii ii (en'l l' loot. n't clt i i I it. ki -- go-pe- tlte. op Tixaa CINCINNATI ANNOUNCEMENT i ltK. g, 1 -- n. -l -- to-d- I FOR 1388. r ' Amerirw'i rdti,-An cporh i ll t riM .. mid radical l mii:- tliat prointMH thv van I slid pun lit m livttir of tllu , i ', i, ', 'a7,cfs Huycrs ami SVIlcrs ol l.oisln-- 1 inn and I'oliiicnl Favor. Of priMliK ilur. r ond Jl i l"r tlie hi tuwl pi the uiH'iual tliviMoii between ! l pro In. . so r unt U- tl-- . v V'I-lac- 7- CAPITAL AND LABOR. - rarefnlly ' - id np n The Ijilior FIcM li for nil foiii- - r hii'I pr oni nuna Im nariiii t lo-- i ' i llolonly enii"ini!iil. lull tln-v- r In cntmrti.l lo- paii r Uit,r ha tsmil iImhi-- h iMirti'il In order lli'it(oiiiietillou llieiie-li-lalmrmnl fun. It to aiit-p- l unv prl , .... ill . Jeff-irson- wlill.IIV-- I prj-p'rit- iv i hk him-Sheri- '. in rntiMs MWI F.UTI ItKlf. t iltl'Olt.VliO 'IIIU It Is, tho 1" KN I.I Vl'ltl hiTI MAA or Mnvoiiii l WKNI K (il mjMI'I-THKI- un vM' ' MW I' Rich Grow Richer and the Poor Poorer hula! it Ion A Moiiox I'ow.'rhsji Isilll 'lute nf tlie Riltnl'ii-THllol r as to r t m h an txt.-n- t Nsilotml o I run il iinllitv, t( imlH ...ii, ' i, i;ie-tllil-- , poor-hous- e, res-io- I'licU-- oilk'l.i.a men- - llKtirt- luds ai, an tin an, I as-i- TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY, The rslitorlil Pb- of THK 111I'SQl'IKKR will till"-'- "l ' of tinpriiu'iitii reltcUitoid prlinar.' " to the iects, iriltlifnl.L-xhiiliveati.1 ilUrnp'lon iiiiiMTlesnf who and liimiiawenilile iirtl.di-- Unit will m liurn anil when orl(lnuluil Hid lufiii.niiia oU ', leiiMiilloti pr , Iinrlnir such a rrils ii stillilliil mi1 llilsna liur tiuwillilo il,'inorHllJ' tin- imlillr inlml link n n HnliUisinclit "mil h Till: I. Mil llll It H An It HKIt '! I.ITK MH'lliinY WITH VI KY viiTorvi:it I'MtTY, citrni ou win - 1 st, s er - - n. V 1 1 1 WHO VAU'KM 1IHM"UVI. ANH TIO.NAI ltlUllia MOHlli riwvri.in A rolll 1 ' 18-ye- FAMILY NIV,M:i( i, r. l -- e. Tirr rvoi'ini:it will .lninl u tliotrt t Asa Otli'le lor liuyt-r- mill wlli'm of will lle nml iirtsliico. Its mirlct (niiiiil full, rvllulile. fxiciiklvo. nnd of III HI cent r Miil-ifrom uvervfoinmen-lnsize iinil rpinnllty of nwllliR inciter It . totwool tlio ortllnnry mios, nil of uliii-tiami other oxcellfiit fentnrt-s- , innko It the V? Lurgost, Iit'st, uM Choaiicsl rapiif in tho Country. THE !AIIsV KXQtTIIiKK. 1 s, 1 devil-oppresi- ed Sunday nml Dully Dully Mo, IMos. 1 81 ' 'i $.1 75 2Ti r.M.i. S7 no r, nil :i til no Pino l Yr T1IK WBI2KLY RNQU11SI2U. 1'rlcn Is iiniforin Mi-B- for encli nml One copy, oni yenr .. One copy, six inontlis .... SU'i fi.'i car-load- hog-killin- t. u. m:vi,a.m, JOHN R. McLEAN, Proprietor, CINCINNATI, OniO, i. .