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H1!f!Ud-- ; NO: 284. - STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. 4MM 1 jt Thousands of Dead and Wounded Fearful Sacrificejand Slaughter The very Latest News Read, but do not Cry w 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 ! JC (' MT III TERRIBLE EXPLOSIOIT OIE"1 ! ' r 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 at 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 here ofore 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 those wit! Poor CASH buys the goods atKailroHtiurti, prices. All thoee whoknow Mcehniiice, I and make know ! THE HOUSED 3D. KLASS I llh This will Im; h I Me N ic for Furtnere, before the took is broken. The early bird cateheo the worm. come ALL SORTS AND to save rnonejr. me that I mean what say and those who do not ID. 33LIa.k.S!S, lean soon convince hy calling at my Store; opposite Mvern House, Stanford, don't de-'a- Ky. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Hiith School, and a handsome, gentleman- - I It is something wonderful to note the John Hriuht, Jr , nold a Iv man besides, will, I wa told, take unto! prosperous condition of farmers on the eldin to F F. Hmdidue for $M0. C.W.METCALFJR., Mr Oroye Kennedy will more this Krnluckr pennloneis t WH 050 thi The reriral at the WmIHm Chritln hiui'elf a help meet before the merry Holi week to bis new home instead of in Janu- "Pacific Coast," who seem to hare had an especial boom this year. They are holding Allot cw at Law and Real Esirter. church cl"d witn II mldni in, :!0 by bap. day come. Thus another newspiper man ary. tate AkciiI, hsles of cotton tlam and 7 by letter. Ai (islveslon joins the list of Benedict; brinu' happineas on to their wheat for better prices. A far As yet there Im ben no talk of a -- ICY, were horneti. mer near Wallowa had a grain yield of 50 Jrne Hr ko'iI to I) N i'rewill a into Ihe hoii'ehold anil morn work for the Ciiristmaa tree here Are we to bare one M n I'roM hi ice appear'! t bushels of wheat, .13 of rye and 65 of oata car lo idol 2S0 pound hn at the hiijh huli e maoacer and the devil Will practice In any court In Eastern Kentucky, or not? Wt morninv unci Ihe yellow epidemic may et price paid ol laud J irini; al mtl oil an nitwit tiUck steed, lo the acre. Hops did well far at home The present tiainlnatloof tlmser, titles made a apecUItv. Any The present term of Miss Mollie lie trscis coal, timber and mineral low he conulereti over, Co k' orfifial uiajonty or-- r Fred me of Hrinnler, Citron iV Ci 'a tinest sad Brooks' art school has cloed. She will was the most prosperous year for farmers in lands for sale. Information furnltbtd on any point aud corre.pondcnce solicited. Cuili "ill have -J (Ml.tf) Tfia Litonu Bingham county. Near (Irani in New York Citr i. .VJ.'J2.t. The diers, on the lonely rnad between Monti probably go to Mt, Vernon lo teach. T. W. tlav of rnctu n ""W l " y""" labor ticket rectslred 37,477 and the prohi cello anil S.iuiHreet, who should I meet up Mr Qorge James has .employed Sulhee raised 11,000 bushels of wheat on tennUI exhibition in Olnewnali with but that noble ouple of Nimrods. Messrs S billon 5 S!I D. Hardin and G. B. Harris to 200 acres of laud. In Ibe Willamette Val SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES of Oiiciio, is in jil f'r Three men on beiiiu refused work at a Porter Sia and Dr. Cox driving slowly clerk for ley many of the farmers are sowing grain Aiiiii him while Mr. Holdam is sick. uiunler, ni liming wlilppeil 'lah hi Si L iiik lilurer yaril, et tn eatablih aloiw in a f jr next year's crop. But, we notice that a hurtt wagnu, reentin a By virtus oi due The will l'l uient !i'e, cilin.j a Iimm of $r)0,0(K). They ceiie like uuli 'ine our iiintiibl and in Koehler'sateim grist mill near Mr. August "seed company" haye been doing the green lowing years, I Uxs on and unpaid for the folntvp eon, Mm (itlmiin, iii II yesr-ot- t! reblacksmith shop has again V IX Welch, irtrrlintf Mleuin for are i)inlr arriyt dU'tri iiis c mnty man, William Ltttin and horns with ''Scotch wheat" at (be rale of MONDAY. DEC. st! m d oiieritions, alter a discontinuance of 1887, frotun to ilesth . M'liind Ci t, Id 3) biilldin' n -Ai .Noi recotjn.zini; ns team w.iuld $15 per bushel for seed Jiicfo rn hone, w" Many of them County Court Day, eipuse to public sale before several months. the 1 while iluck hiinlini: The rea- -i I tem t tj Vnlirn. Ill "Miik two hloo, were delrnTed haye been imp ised upon. It may be our Lourl.Houae door iu eunfom, Ky., for cash In inniini thui from tneir ap Wnat do our young people say to band, tbe to.Iowin- - rperty, or to much thereof nJ IC in H ilUwl, , iintoritius jambler leni-of Mayor McCracken, Senator Dan peinuce, a ptir of fur traders such h load aa will pay said tatea and cost. Any one dealrlnc a spelling match here, to meet turn for prosperity this side of the contiIf) ! rjilnan ihn ilaai ? J eltcllo'i oriKik, "ho w. loiitt prominent In Hocan, two hotel", two livery M ahle, print' oi Uas and uin lit! they on (heir vraon, !ri ""."'" "" " " " wi" no bo lDy paying SI 'Hire a week l our houses? addr tonal and Ihe coat of advertising, and as you It will be a nent next year. I a certtin way in Cincinnati politic. ollice, three dry KOul More and two aa but Oil ilrawini near and seeing their shot so your nauts will be withdrawn from this do inif p eissni diversion during the winter eren Bank checks are good and conrenient list: ilcail. loon were aumn the burned. tt'ins ami uiriei i a pick of d ; of STANFORD, rBKCINCT, HO. 1 WUITK. ing, a well as very Improving things to cash but not to keep According Tne town of Uraiibv, Mo. wa almoi Tne atalialic of New York trade ahow err virisiy Known to brl in to the canine, Mitchell, Ed. U8 '86 and '87, SS2 acres, J10.8C; O i of our young ladies is seemingly to a decision of Judge Biddlein a Shacka c iuiilitly tltlioTfl hr ttrr. (ireat I"! that lat week Ihe aalea ol wheat there uir tnmunta were changed to a belief that BL.CK8, making preparations to attend school in maxoo, Pa, buik case decided the other Bailey, Thomas, 41 acres MO. 1, L' Mtiun l 25; union ami tltatreiM prevail wim a liiry Mere instetd 'if fur 107 000,000 bilahela, a pair of amiun'elio Liing on after Christmas, but Madam Ku day the bolder of a check must present it Burdett, Josh and Too mas, 6 acres, 12.35; ted at t'.'OO.OOO. .1 U 1J hi tod thirsty outlaws, and fearing from my riM nt; oorn, 220))0I0 H Baugnman. Elijah, town lot, 13 intimates that in reality piep-ir-loJuif Corwin, lace importer, of Ne b with a rue ol U o'it; oHMn, l,ISt, appearance ther would think me a monied m irto enter a schn.ilshe isDanville where she on the day bereceires it or the day after- Givena, Anthony, town lot, t.U;10; in just ward, or else stand the loss himself if the Olvtns, Top, town lot, 14.25; York, know how to ml He ha 100 lnle, at iric 50 n til) mint hl ler man and iry lo roh uie o' my hard earned will h the only pupil. Which is correc ? bank becomes insolvent. The drawer of a Lackey, Thorna., 1 sere, 11.80; thrown 11)1 Hie sMiiiir with liahilitiea of III hi r'llel ten darx prerioil'ly. Wayne county money, begau Irtnsferring -- Mrs. D. C. Puvne is very sick Mr. J. check guarantees that there is money Mod gotuery, Alex, town lot 13.15; nnlv 5115 fl7'J,'i77 nl -- Tie Nirin Alahtmn Conference of the it from my ocnH to my boot and like C King's little danghter, Annie, has the enough in the bank to meet it, but he do e Kob.naon, 11 eary, town lot, $3 40; I'ntt o.iaI i)imIi of Lonixvilln met ami Smihern ('liircli, at Ala., LiniiV the .inarcmst piu several dullara in Tucker, George, 10 acres 12.94; iilTtnc"! the prire of I'lltehurjh coil to $5 a iopted a re4utiitiou reiiuelini; Dr C C. Hie locks ul my u.iir. Hf the time I had whooping c mgh. Dr. Biiley, of Stanford, not guarantee tnat it will stay there lodtfi-nite- ly Uuston, Peter, 6 acres, 12; was telegraphed for Sunday to see Mr J Uill. Wyatt, acre, 11.40; per Inml of !ift nuiii, Kentucky anil other Klly, of Niahfille. one of the moat emi fiuisried this laborious tas I had goltt-F. Holdam, who was verr ill, but is much raaciNcr o, - wihtk. coal also guliM upto tt -5 anil it 60 per nent d ine in th- A Methodist paron of facetious temperounirr, and MiMonary siitliciently close to recognize them and mr belter at this writing. Miss Eddie Shivel Nordyke, Millard, 1880 and '87, town lot, II; losil. ament sat on the platform at the Baptist (leneril Cjufereace, lo ijn heart 'lipped iroui my muutu to its proper is on Ihe sick list, too. Treia irerif Ihe PBKCINCT NO. 3 WUITK. ot dealer ai William IM.Iwin, churohat a recent public meeting when Andrews, 8uan, '87 and '87, 82 acres, 11.30; poitlon on account of hia place and once mire I (ell sife an sound hia otlici-tMr, Province was the name of the I on hiI attempted to kill , tire Cnaitanii suddenlr the water failed to connect with Delaney, Jemluia't helm, 250 acres, 11.95; defeiixe of I' max Abb itt, who delemled her in Ihe laud where the desperado rtod robber who died on the train en route from Oilieer Ueauty. Joalah, '86 and thres oliceuin. f.isl'y woinilin the organ and the music stopped. "You Fornoy, Lewis, acre, '87, 12 acres, 30 cents; preyeth not on the earnings of the upright. Ttrra Haute, Ind lo this place. proled'ion in a .VWirillo church. Her re. It.80; Howard. Ph oilieer rtiirn-- J the Hr.", Tney were bound for Clinton rountr to mail s arrived see," quoth the humorous dirine, in ez Forney, Henry, 16 acre; 11 70; here Friday in ibe care of a Tip Business Manager on His Rounds. killim; INI. I win. planation, "these Baptists can't do much Delaney, Catherine, '86 and '87, 100 acres, 12; hunt and woe tie unto the bird which make' kind lady from Seymour,. Ind. Her two (iinfrrnce hup tiloptetl MonticklU), Ky., Not. 22 -- This ood Tn Virtfini thai part of Kentucky, tea, that pari of sons wnh another (rentleman were at the without water nnd bare to stop when it is Griffin, David, '85, '86 and '87, 110 acres, 13.80; ' Uaggard.Allen.'&J.'Wand '87, 16 n resolution eihorlin their memhor to el hut out of the way town, inhabited by the H C W shut off." Then the audience smiled and ua, jemima, , '86 and 87, 136 acre, 14 80; the United States its home acres, 17.35 train to lake charged Ihe remains. lheAlrir.il p'rforuii'iCe, heat of ecple, aomethlni; after Und'a own fieir 'nre i:sinl joke. nogers, John, Sr., I0U acres, si. 15: We were one of a merrv company enjoyed the Uc urn piwerlil promoter of irrellbn, elect, reuiaiua aa it nu when I liriit aaw it No. 3.1 proent-eduiitb, Elizabeth, 9u acres, 85 tents; The truJteea of District Plans hare been received at the Brook diuttb, Joaepb 1., ltuacren, 12 85; jul lire yeara ago. There perhapa haa S'i'jire John A. C'lappell witn a lestl who dined with Mrs. Joe Khineheartieveral iaimortltj nii Tir Thn eiuiinintr trinl of Tlinuim M been built a dwelling or two, but with thta moiiial of their apprec.ati in and eteecu on days ago, Tne table was Inden with deli- lyn navy yard for a new cruiser, which is Weaver, W. U.,'64 '85, 86 aud '87, 91 acres, 16.70; (Jreen for th klllinu of Lewn I) lUulwin exception not a nail haa been driren uor an his retiring frjui the so ho il, after teacning cious dainties, but the turkey was not quite to be Ihe largest war vessel ever built in Wataon, Felix H.,'24 acres, 11.60; Woods, Mary, 8, '86 and '87, 60 acres, 12.41; w potpned in the lleronler'n court nt improvement in any wy tia leen made. it three yetrs, wmen h" nas a right to be s large as Mr, Bowen Uovrr declared it to this country. It will requite three years PRKCINCT 4. We all extend thanks to our charming for its construction and il is intended that Apple. W. B , '86 aud '87, 75HO. be Lxinlon, owinii to the defendant' co'idi I'tiedw lllni; ahow plainly the want of proud of, Tney aiiy ttist he hts been acrts, 13.55; hostess for the pleasure 3orded us both so- the new vessel shall go far toward elevat. Aker, J. W., 12 acre, 11,15; modern atyle and convenience, while the lion, till uezt Mnndny. oils and painstaking, haa done his work ing the character of the American navy to Francii, Merida, 35 acres, 11 7o; bu'ineea hoU'ex are hardly aa nood aa Ihe failhfu ly and well and that the district cially and otherwise. TnoiiM Itjlef, wiifh IS5 piiind. Gooch. W.M.,2acres, 11,20; Mr. and Mrs. John Proctor, of Dan a reasonable standard of respectability. I th mm fn dwelliDx. On etiterinic the town a Mranuer will fUCOMnful farmer tn Urel Horton, George W 57 acre, 12.70; miss him. ville, have been visiting Mrs. J, E. Carson. tlm Httr, iIIihI in Till cmniT 8ttirdr, ' would conclude that it wa a dr.nl one, but A little encouragement now and then, Horton, James 8., 8r 60 acres, 11.75; Tkk shares ol slock of the Citizens Na Handsome Mr. J. W. Brooks is at home o he iar Usm, Kelda, '85, '86 a day like Monday would eoou convince 17 f er of inn '87, like the sale of old newspapers or a Latorce, D II., 35 aud 35 30 seres, 114; acres, cents; dtlict( littln wo him lhatit ia up lo anull when buaineaa in lioml Bink were ottered at public sale again. Mrs. W. K. Buchanan attended the Mmm Jult, Txrr rleda threatened attack to whip the editor, has a Mitchell, John, 131 acres, 14 05; For inManoe.1 resierday by K D Bruce and hoUI to J. marriage of her sister, Miss Mildred Lewis. akeo into oonlderatlon uin, who had three children. marked influence for good, and rever fails Marsh, Altx, 107 acres, 11.15; W. Yerkes at $105 per share Fifteen Mr Wilson and wife are the guests of ber Cm Mr I C. Utmaey, a general merchandiser, -- Three men hT been appointed Martin, Wiu C, 64 acres, 3j to provoke an Indian summer smile. slock chanced hauds father. Mr. A. E. Gibbons, of Danville, Padgett, Mary C., 37 acres, 85 cents; I'iru'iHT, nnd one to told um that he sold about $100 worth oi shares of Boyle Mil to A'linoion, "Gosb, Marisl" exclaimed an old farmer Polly, John a, '84. '85, '66 and '87,43 acres, $3.95; Viii'iintnn for inMrnciioni, onlf to de- k'ooda, nearly all cah, on the t'irnt day of at $185 per share and tire shares of the was in town several days ago, Messrs. T. B Carson and Robert Fisher, of Danville, vifliiog New York with bis spouse, "here's lUynoIds, W. It., '81, '85, '86, '87, 100 acres, 18.70; Dtnrille Advocline tlm position (ifmr rriini tnere. Tne ciurt. There are euht or ten merchant in Farmers stock at Sl(itl. 8lugleton, Font T 21 acrce, 12.05; be fully aa cate. spent several days here hunting, a place where they pull teeth for 25 cents. Singleton, Jeucy's belra, '86 and '87, 40 acres, Ury in $1,501 par nnmn nd the Conml the town and each aeemed lo 95c; buay na Mr Umaey wan, If the othera PRKCINCT NO 5. The Sunday School Convention, though Let's go in and have our'n out. We won't pain hi own tnelini: MXrene Statisiics show that nil the laud in th Osaton, G. W., '81, '85. '86 and '87, 62 acres. $8.85; haye another Buch a chance." -- Willinm H. Le, who -- hot and ihnijer did about the aame buiiiiHa and it ih very United States under cultivation for bread not so largely attended as was expected, Gilpin, G. W., 25 acres, 11.75; Unker piobabla they did thin uukea one davV stutls, bay and cotton is not over one-fifwas by no means a failure. omly woiimled hU All of the And now ths honett farmer packs Uudaon, W. B., 200 acres, $16.75; and $1,000. H eplien Khhui!, while lie latter ale amount to between fli.000 roui Hit apples up tor town; Inyard, rranklin,'84, '85, '86, '87,55 acrei, $7.35: of the arable acreage and that the State of ministers, excepting Kev. It. II. Caldwell, Thli li the top row ot his sacka: Johnson, Jas A., '85, '86 and '87, 18 acres,,$7.10; iDii out of a Chici church, hnd IiIh ci"e Pretty jjood for a mwo of tiOO and situated Texas, which exceeds the area of the whole failed lo be present and this was quite a OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO W'ayno Marion, Ed, 4 scree, 11.20; n h moiiiitHin county to boot. continued in December 1. He wan remind of the (.leitntu empire, has sutiicient acre-ag- e disappointment. The exercises consisted of And this U lower down: Peyton, Taylor, 2 acres, 13.95; county people pay verv little attention to ed to jill in default of $10,000 hill. music, singing and prayer; excellent adooooooooo oooooo ooooooooo to grow the entire preent wheat crop of Kaseeil, Uenrv, 64 acres, 13.6 ; "hot and killed ahuw, but are inod men and aubntantial dresses by Messrs. 8, S. Myers and J It. Jain4 A'imrnin 8hellbarker, 8., 220 acres, 60 cents; the United Stales. in Irfine, Eell cuinlv, MoniUr, hr II l lirera aiid.far aa I am able til jlldne, ereat Biiley on "The Superintendent and His Talbott, Mrs. Mason, 60 acrea, 16.75; ! Terhune, W. B town lot, 12. 45; Bill Nye, wiio has run a couulry news Work;" essays by Miwee Eliza Smith and New Cockrell, who alo put a biilletlhronnh the readers and especially are I hey fond of ioiI Terbune, J. P., town lot, $2.80; hat of Klihu Kirhr. The tlir crw out of newipaierii. Tne latter I found out from paprr, speaks from the cird when he says Mg ie Dunn; subjects, 'Who Will Help Female Collegn. Call and my WUcber, Joseph, 4 acrea, 12.20; attempted arret hf Mat Uockrell, a experience. "Who Should be Engsged in Optotlte(Arilnnt XI rwr t(Ttn. Mr (nfexaminennir Wright, Geo., '81, '85, '86 aud '87, 2 acres, 11.25; an that the number of opportunities that a pa U?" and nrnrhr nrr inn attended court Monday, per has for jumping on a great wrong with Sunday School work." Botb were deserv anfiwl. A hrie deputy aherifl and coulnol the murdnrer. Wright, buaan, '86 and '87, town lot, $3.60; V. t.t Til.. 277-- tl Miss Luella Bright -- Henry V. LmIIb and Jame A. Wil-ao- n, all anxious to aee the "bi court" bein. both feet, while the gentleman who furnish COLOKKD, l'botot;rapber. ing of commendation. Bruce, Alex, 2 town lots, $3.70, rMpactivaly aecretary and treasurer of Some, I rtiippu-- e, cuie on business, but I es the information conceals himself in a made several neat tittle speech ea and read Caldwell, Epb, Caere. 11.55; C. the Dalaware A Chwapsake Coal Oompany, can't help from belUin that some came cyclone cellar that opens with a time lock, the annual report of the Lincoln county Cooper, Samuel, 4 seres, $1.33; Sunday schools. She is greatly interested pleaded guilty to a charge of embx'eoient thinking that they would make uood jurors is simply appalling. THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Gunn, William, 3 town lot, $1.60; in the good work in which she ia engaged. Givena, Allen, acres, $1.20; In Philadelphia and wereianteBoed to the and that the best way lo ei on a jurv wan Thanks. Editor Walton baa been draft- Rev. R. II. Caldwell made s very interest Jlifle, Henry, 2 town lots, $2.85; to stand around a sherifi, so if all of the (jeaitMlhrr. the flret for eiht aidtkeeeo-ooIs now prepared with a good stock and an addi1 acre, $1 88; ing talk on Sunday school work ad Misa tional workman to do soy kind of work In bis line Toombs, Bliss, for alx year. Tt.er had defrauded the aummoiied men did not put in appeartnrts ed into the great army of raxciKCTNo. Uncle Him having made him a signal Mr-ri- Looaoa James, the regular organist at the promptly and In the beat manner. Olve him a coapaar of $600,oOO. (177) they would act as gentle reminders should trial. 8hop on Laocatter street. Wagoner, Thomas, 60 acres, $1,90; officer at Stanford, at a salary of f00, Bapliat church, presided at ike organ, EvDiaMtfoa fire are raging ! the foJ he, the sheriff, be ordered to mi mm in more COLOBKD. 000 per year and "find himself." Ho shall Bright, John, 3 seres, $2.85; ery one present enjoyed Ik exarcleee very Htt alomg the Lower MlirisalppI rirer and men. A seat as a juror is undoubtedly an Goods, Lary, 31 seres, $3.15; limes fcooe-bon- e. Looisrilli much. The following yieitere from a dismuch raloible property baa already been euviable and exalted one, with a class ul hare a This Is to notlfr tbe pabllo tbst we will not per Lewis, Garland, 2 seres, 95 cents;1 their fondest Times. destroyed, Navigation of the rirer at night mountain men, and when tance were present. Bliese Elii Smith, mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on our rnKCTMCr ho, 7. iaiapMeibU, owing to the heavy cloudi of hopes are realized, that is, when they get a The fst locomotires ged on the "two Ltncastei; Rev. R. H. Caldwell, of Dan farms, but we will puulib any person or persons Iliatt, Ben Ab, '86 and '87, 40 aorsa, tl.M; Longs, ChrlsUns, (O acres, $&2o; moke orerbanglng the riyer. The fires seat in those rat nrm chairs, Solomon hour" trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad rille; Mr and Mrs. John Gover, Mrs. so troapssalng to the full extent ol tbe law, Nov. 4, 18S7. AM EH PEVPLRB. Privltt, Robert, 7 acres, $4.35; eztesd frou a point 150 mile above Meat never felt wiser, nor Uould wealthier. Company, between New York and Phila- Bright, Misses Luella Bright. Maggie C. H. SFOOSAMOHE. Peters, Carlnklnt, 60 acres, $3.15; it infer, founder of the Mon-tlceMessra 8. S George phli down to Vickibnrp. delphia, bare (I feet 8 inch wheels, 18 inek Dunn and Lillie McClary, A. .tf. PEL AND. Beed, J. B., 25 seres, 84 cents; -- M'M Khn, aeat for M Qjldimitb. Signal, m cone into the merchan-til- cylinders and 24 inch stroke The engines Myers and Ed White, Btanferd. Ssneggsr, Arnold, 81 sores, $1.80, w cordially recrnatad COLOBKD, TourdiithcUit unmlf of New Yorv, shippsd from Pari Kit week buii lie and seems to be doin well. do a mile in 50 seconds. Lnowa touskiGcaoiihu C.r..li William O. Buford and Nannie Town-eenGibson, Isaac, 3 acres, $4; nj C'.lttt. rl TO t DATS.1 220 CarUlMM beeven for ahipmeot to Lao Mr It. was exceedingly kind and rendered v ho sold coukUr. i4ruiu4 Bl ul Gales, Francis, 64 seres, $1,16; At a Coroner's inquest the derdict waa: a couple from Roekceetle, eloped to able, and In tery ciw 11 mom airmail. don, which averaged 1 920 pounJi. They me much assistance in introducing me MeMullIns, Logan, '86 sad '87, 2 acres, i M) blights utitiuuen. "Died from drinking too much whisky," A Jeffersonrllle and were married. Mrd.nlkjUi, McMulllni, Jsme.2 aciss, $1.65; were ail boaght from Jamei B. Clay and around and speaking a good word for the AIU i, Ltak, red nosed individual present, supposed 'to Georgetown court waa well attended tun ClealctlC. McMulllni, Wilson, B acres, $1.50. were admitted to hare been the largest and Inteiuok. lllica. H. T. Clnolnnti,l T. Leigh Thompson, editor of the have been from Kentucky, said he "didn't and there were 250 to 300 cattle on the mar T. Ohio. finest buoch of cattle that were ever ship Sold bjr Drof ftltl. ket and they ranged in prioe from 2 to 3), of the Monticello see how that could be possible," Bberlff Ucsola Gstity, S'ignul and principal tikM et.oe Bluegrisi district. SIZES. UAUllOrjUVILLE,. I, '" ov ' lltr, in nr pre-eal- 5th, e nam 1 -- 1 1 2- re-at- l 1 la-d- v d !! - rld jh Mep-fithe- th -- Photograph Gallery f. H. JOHNSON, office-holde- rs, ce Fostea. J llo e d, pedfronlhe 1. NEWL.U., l- -- txrtr amjaw - - ' "" trr?"" " "V " " " '!t2 tT "2T r '';." i Jiw-38tthlnlntiri0rlon- Sttafbrd, Iy Novembor 25, 1887 W. P. WALTON. Baraum's Loss. Tha building in which Baroum had bit anlmala in winter quarter at Bridgeport, Conn., caught fire the other night ind in ItM than 30 minuter the big building, which wm 600x200 feet, and two stories in height, wm entirely consume.!. The first intima tion of the fire was kit en bj the roaring of the lions and tigers, which reemed to real ise the Impending danger. Next the ele pkaots straggled in their chains, but in an incredibly short time the (lames swept from one end of the huge structure to (be otner. There were six watchmen employed on the premises, but they were help lain to check the dimes. One of the men was in the hore building, when hit lantern exploded, igniting the ha and straw. Tne upper portion of the (milling waa filled with u7 and all the pirapbernalis of tne great elephants were burned up and 36 broke from their fastening and dashed thro' Tneir tbe side of the burning building roars and trumpeting and sounds of tor ment were terrific, tiix elephants and a large African hippopotamus rushed about the streets, presenting a sickening appear ance. Tbeir sides were burned and great pieces of ilesh a foot square fU ofi. Tinny elephants and one large lion made tbeir e cape and started acroa the country Fairfield and Eiston In tbe horse-roowere all the ring animals, trained stallionx. pome, Ac. Tnese were all burned. In the upper rooms were the tents, poles, seats, barne, &c, for toe entire snow, and these too were all destroyed. In the cat- -r wm were the birds, monkeys, three rhinoceroses, hyena', liners, lions and all the menagerie, 80 rapidU which fell a prey to thetiames. did the fltmes leap acrosd the main building that the firemen made no atlemp to saye it, but turned their streams up in the chariot buildings and car sheds, wmch tbey succeeded in saving, but tne neat wa bo intense that this was accomplished with the greatest difficulty. Tne total lost is es timated at $700,000, upon which tnere wis but $100,000 insurance. show-Three tord Typhoid fever. The only precaution against typhoid fever that is safe is to consult a doctor. Manv people Injure themelvej by and especially by taking otthartira, than ever do themselves any good when they have symptoms of typhoid fever. A person about to be all! icted with that trouble usually complains of a tired feeling, with more or lees aching of limb and slight headache for a week or ten days before he is compelled to ceare work and give the doctor a call. The mind is sluggish and both mind and body perform their usual work with greater eflort and fatigue thin is natural. Occasionally there is a nosebleed every day or two only once or twice due to a relaxation of the nervous and circulatory systems. The appetite grows poorer and poorer and there is more of.cn diarrhea than conHpation present. A chill ineKS at times and then tltsnea of heat may precede a fever several days. There may be nausea and vomiting and great dislike for food, and again a person may eat very well for some time after active fever has beun. In some esses a severe chill may usher in tne disease, a kind ol malarial fe ver following and developing Into typhoid or so called. The sleep is not refreshing; it is a dre.unr sleep, and of ten there is more or less talking during 'deep. Tnere is a disturbance ol the bowels, usutlly with some a Irenes and pain over the abdomen, more especially low By the time all or down on the right side a few of these enumerated eymtoms are present a marxed thirst, with proLOjnced feyer, has developed and tbe man is ready to go to bed and send for a doctor. Dr. Taylor. tvpho-malari- Those Gone Before. And then bow strangely we are isolated and how painfully we are insulated from ! the dear onea that have gone Into tbe future before us. No word of tidings come to us from acroee the eea. By night we W ROYAL KS'.lj'j send up deep, strong thoughts into to spirit land, but we feel no answer and our sigh dies away among the silence and the stars. Not one dear word ha passed between u since away back in the months and the years the fluttering spirit breathed its last, long good bye and looked ita last love look out of eye that were clouding and closing. And the hand fell and the pulse faltered; and it was done; and (he epirit was fled, the spirit that was woven in ours as with meshee of steel. And now not one lisp out of the iky, not one whisper out of the night, to (ell us and comfort us. Mystic orphanpseof spirits thai are filial! mjs'Ic divorce of spirits that are wedded! And the years move 00. We remember them W III itlutM nn limit 11 lftrK mid Msl-o- l Ihui of I'lirnl-lurand they lemember us, we think. They mid I'lnli'rtiikttr'N Jmmm. 1j prl-will ! ) low h- - mm-I- i broworship there and we worship here a KmmIh aii Im lutilulil ta lht cillM. ni n irlul mill )"ii ken chorus rendering one pslm: Ui-- y with will I10 coin 1 11 tlntt I M'll Iomit iIiiim lli Inwi'Ni, eyes from which all tears Imve been tenderTbtit iKiwiler hHTr varlei A iiiarf- -l til iiurtl trpogth suit whi1emiin Mure etimoiiiloi ly wiped, and with faces beautiful with than trie onllim T tin I ami ran nnl In sole UK 10,, looking upo the 'ace 1 f U it; we i h ryes. tuiii4tllon villi the mu llludeuf o I tail sliort plltal iMinly la LONDON. KV. stumbling over tie rann, muni or ph'Mih.tts ii lr all lttiriL lljaimi rownica tofi WalMtrtei New York F.B. KILEY, Proprietor. roughness of life, wondering, hoping and rewaiting; waiting till our exile shall he I liorouclilr llrmilril nml Mr fur. . iiltlifsl pealed, our little island of lonelu.es and TP fjt t'lire llirtiiialimil t'lrl-rli- t liny mill night nml rvitotniittile expectation be made continuous with the ' " met It? pnlllr 10 hi I A. oontinent of the redeemed, and no more ii iiiMiitr iiinfT, eea in the new Cny of () d FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. f r I POWDER Absolutely Pure. . liv o ('! ine 1 1ACKNOIV HO (, I'lIOTOd) It 181 lA.VlliIiK. IY. '. rnY I It, iri''t B Ill K I RADFIELDS regULATUK A SPECIFIC TOR "-- hm-oi- I Sat Apart. A peculiar cise of boirisbness is report ed as occurring at the Lei and Opera II im" last evening at the performance of A young gentleman wno had invited a young lady to attend the opert witn bim was unable to get consecutive seat. No 21 and 25 on a certain row were tbe ben be could get. Nj. 23 was already taken. He bought tbe seat, however, and explained the situation to tne young lady ''On, it wou't matter," she said, "doubtless tbe person who nan No. 23 will readily ex change." With this in view they started out last evening and upon arrival at the opera houe found No. 23 already occupied. Toe owner was an eirly comer. But cm trary to their expectations no amount of polite persuasion could induce tbe occupant to move. The smile of beauty and the threats of brute force alike bad no effect, and our two friends look tbeir separate seats with a fioal helpless protest. The occupant of No. 23 did not move once dur ing the performance, nor go out between the acts, and, stranwe to relate, when the audience filed out, and the house was le'i dark and eilent, No. 23 was still occupied. Drunk? On, no! It is alwny occupied by a post. Albany Journal, They "Er-minie- ." n The war rauta against violator of the prohibition law, indicted by tbe grand jury mopthsago have never been issued. In the meanwhile the law is being daily violated with t that is a disgraceful reUVction upon the officers whose duty it is to break up lawlessness, How long ie this thing to continue? Those who are defying the law and fancy they are pecure from molestation, need not expect to escape always. There is a power greater than officials, the power that makes officers, the people themselves, who can and will do what their public servants have uot shown a disposition to do E'en now we are informed ihat steps are being taken to organize a Law and Order club to prosecute thoee who yiolate the laws of the county. Keep your ears close to the ground and listen and you will bear something drop before long. Hopkins ville Kentuckian. Gov. Buckner is winning golden opinions from tbe press and people. TLe current number of the Frankfort Aryiu says: "The policy of Gov, tSucknnr in dealing with criminals is already before the public, and it will be endorsed by the citizens throughout the Htate-- . His indorse ment upon petitions for Executive clemen cy will insure a strict enforcement of the law. Where the violation it plain and without any mitigating circumstances, he will permit the judgement of tbe lower court to eland and the law to be vindicated In this the Qovernor will receive the in dorsement of the people of the whole Htate.'' Prouimtion in Uhkistian. i! Qen.Tuttle, of Iowa, who made himself unpleasantly prominent during the recent Confederate battle flag episode, is again bi fore tbe public. Tbe Pension Bureau in Washington nas been informed that Tut-tle'- a pension of $30 a month has been ob tained under false pretenses, It is said that the injury he claims to have received at the battle of Fort Donelson, and upon which bis pension was allowed, ia a mal'or-natio- n be hai had since birth, The med ical(KV.ck of the pensaon office will invea-Ugat- e tbe Blatter at once. .Tl.NHIIUI, KI..M1 (Kl. then fall upon nations to remind them, and dy perhaps, that above itorernmnni Well Drillers and Putnp Adjmteri. nasties above any human throne, however aivsila Dilded looidir tthl puinM fan.n,.l illustrious there H t l'ner which rules ra-- t I t.'lsl'i at l4 lory prices. the universe in a mysterious, wondorful We ave Imd lists QaiTE New York Herald, way of things that men cannot do, end lists of I.OI'ISSt IILKIJUI,, Lady Teacher '"siil pedagogue, Wil things that women cannot du, hut here are Wallace.! t'ochrso, fuccfori to few minus that prove 100 mucn fur either e pedagogue " a lie." Willie "P d a 513 4th St, Louisville, hy It is beyond unaided huuian power Klt'lMOXH, KIMICKt I want yon to sex Pearlier " Trial's right, Tondmltthal our shoes hurl because THE GENTS' FURNISHER lehne the word," Willie gave it up. Photographs in all styles and sizos. Teacher 'N w try to think; you must they are too small. AMI AIIK.N rs I'lllt To listen cheerfully to a twice told tale. Pictures in India Ink Crayon and surely know what the word means. I am Water Colorn. IMJIi.Vil'OI.IS I,1I!MICV. To love a bore bee 111 e he is good, " Willie still nives it up, but a pedagogue To remember delt as. vividly as we reNew dealnns In Fra'iiea anl Mn;t trj low little Clarence, not an usutllr ing ic cchol- Prices. tl-lmember debtors ar, raises bis hand, snaps Iih fingers and To be grateful in proportion to the in' n tfiyes the teacher to understand thai he MISS SALLIE HARHISON, (ion of the benef tutor rather than in pr of the word: knows the "Well, portion to whai we receive. Clarence, you show Willie that you are has openel a I'urrhailriK Kormerlv ol To be as uiuci mortifidd over a sin Clncl ml at il all tirdcra 10 hr at I'ii To tho Citizon of Linooln County: Awiicr able lo define pedaimuw." O'arence "Yes Wral Sih atr-mi.l prompt wirro-- l Mairinj over a mistake: in enqueue Mill Iu l'ltprl fi i attention nhe will rnak- a aiwUlty ot Dim ma'am; it means old uitid." Teacher the town ol Slnfrd that w. Iir aitr Mill I" 'To feel as deep a remorse (i(t,lMit will reolTe nnl-r- onelur Furniture, as we (0 our arithmetic lestul lniUllty ul tloir, wr tnuin I III-- iliiaeiia ul "We will now turn and In fafl ererythln Tne lhr-iiiu-r n.tild wl.i cxtnty prl Ie e tth to atKtldUa feel after being found out. -- .lodge. Hitp.neol tne ladlea ol Ibis p rl all tl in son." lit- patro lie and sii'tslu the aune Sn Htn f aolieitl. (oriu wiioiii It mar eoncrti Ui4t we am In tn of ten The Bislnn tirr ltd -- m ao-- l i, artel t't buy your wheal arxl will at i,r The monument to our, itie sput where l l nr silt aldMtnnhii('i--iifw iurtl pri olr same tneal young men anil two voting women to attend suiiim art. insthlurr I iar fell was taken out the gsllant "Jeb" Stuart In suit any drpsrlmtllt and ciniio' inste til an alleged spiritual presided over b u in to Yellow Tavern, in Henrico, six miles I amdallv It csuiiot im f'j isi- -i tiy any nmrr an elegant Hoe ot fprlmj and Mrs. Merman IS I'tie result was Urn, Ve -- HI il a trial In our tl iitr and th a Tlcinuy ciumiuir MlllluerT, Includtnic all from Richmond, Saturday, to be placed in miutl drpartuint. Alibafdu itraln In uur line when the spirit of tif psy girl appeared, lor sale will uletae ctll at Mill, whrre our so that in coming years the exact ibe i;l one of the iiewpat-- r parly catighl her, an The Latest Novelties of the Seaion. ran Ie, foiind ul all Dm , who w spot where Ibis brave and chivalrous sol ltl pnt lor aatue Bra ,1 at il tttp slut other lighted the chandelier while another Alto Motion, aucb aa llandkerehlefi. Collari stiKk IF X. 'Of IN, dier received (be wound wnicb. tiroirit on You Curls Oirtvla, Uutlm, dlanlord Killer Mli I u Ul If open tne shutters, leinng the sun- and And me llucnloi room, latel; Taraled etc rSuil threw wilt bjr at the death may be forever established, The light int a hitherio darkened room anil lev . Warren, neat d ,r to th" Mjra llouw. UATK ItVltnKIt I It monument is a beautiful granite shaft, the (psy girl wts h very aiigr woman towers 15J feet ahoH the ground wntch Known as Mr. Herman U Fay. Her man Two sabres crossed appear in bold reliet on ager kickel vigorously ami swore a little, Florence Washing Machine, CHICKEN the monument and the di is beautifully but he had to return ai'mirsion 'te t hare bought the rUht to sell the Florence polished. The main insoripli'in up in the to all Mini the paper printed H.e story of WaablPK .M.rhlne ami am now prepaml to fnttiliti monument is: "He saved tne State, but all who may wish to aare their rlotnea (r.11 the the fraud luliblnit and tearluK Incttlen' Ui theuld pr ttcunl gave his life." "Kinhuiiind (Va ) H(a(e. Take one and irj It and U- - ijinliicn). woahln wcirrjr I'll All Kinds up I'uliticm. "It's nothim till 7notmi-tie- you IhjuI Inlying unleoa you are astolu merila. Edward Atkinson ha been examining but perliticie parties in my house, Strah. Tneutidfrlt;nel haflnic purchiae.1 Ibo Florence clothing estab Tnere'e Jimmv, he's a pro'bishunisi, Eddy's WaahtuK Mat nine, and altrr a thnnniKh trial, we the records in redy-madtake pln.Kiire In adding our letllMiour a. In ita lishments to disaorsr whether the while a Hinrv Ueorger; Patsy's a I'lmmercrat worth, ami without healtatlnn prutioince it a auc-ciu man in the United States is deteriorating same as his father, Ond hless him; Tommy, fur II: ert-r- particular, dolnn all that la t'lmined W. Wallace. Pr rn, Win in size and weight. The tteneral result i he'e jined (he pergressive laor par(y; an'' Mnt.M Daughrrt), A. J. lne, H I'eral - " ewia V waiter, I' ihat the average heit'hl of New Englanders would you believe it, Clementina, my only lludderar, J K. I.i,n, I, I. Ilawaon, V V I nor, I'eylon Al 1 I'oln Amanda Teak, is found to be 5 feet 8 inches, and of gtl Clementina, come Ismi night an' axed if Mia. C O KleMa, Alii-- ! Mm islnea, It. law, Southerners 5 feet 10 inches. The average she might jine the perpressive ewker party K. Harrow, A. M. Felaml and man oihr ' ti HIV, weight of American" is betweeu 155 and just formed in the neighborhood, an', as Headquarter al ti.H. Mjera' store. 160 pounds, Mr. Atkinson also discovered she said it was no end of favors to she wis that the average height and weight of men get, t let ber jine. Hirper's Weekly. in this counirv hav- - increased perceptibly J W Hwitzsr got three crops off of one since the war. H- is convinced that Atneri Htnck increasing rather than decreasing piece of land (bis season, says a Missouri To solicit ordera lor our reliable Nur-er- y cans are (iol -- alnrjr hihI Kxienaes or Commlwlun Tho u san ds of dollars worth ol eichange. He first got a crop of whsai. in size. Kusrinteed Address at once, tut n ni., rhickfns die every year from C hoi I He then remove the wheat and sowed Niirerjrinen, A' ll The White House Tiikoky Confirm- buckwheat. Hi h?es then gathered him a tit, Umit, Mo era It is more fatal to ( hit ki ns than Hut the I was standing on Vine street in Cinall other diseases combined ed. g 'od crop of honey. He has now retped discovery of a reined) th.it cinnati the other day wnen something oc- crop of buckwheat, ile ays that he cm curred that fixed my faith in the white feast on buckwheat cakes and honey. w? it has been made, and to he c on mred of its efficacy only requires .1 Two or three of us horse business forever. trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Lawyer "You say you made an examiwere tallying the red headed girls, and who It is gnat one hundred chickens CCuJOUISVIllt KtwlBANTJ CHICaCO RtIl, do you think should come along but a red- nation of the premises. What did you fin '! ' anu-eIf, after using two thirds of us all out Witness ''Oh, nothing of cons.tjuenre a headed nero girl. That thr-1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly and I felt like quitting. But I turned and beggarly account of empty boxes, as Shake- A satisfied with it as a cure for Chirken looked tip the street and I'm blessed if speare Bays." Lawyer "Never mind what LKAV1NO DOTH Cholera, return it to the undersigned Don'i Shakespeare mid. lie will be summoned there didn't come a white mule l.OHISVIM.i: ifc CI.VCJIW ATi tnd our inonev will be refunded. - and able to speak for himself, if he knows you see how it holds out? That confirmFor aula by McKoberta A Htacg, Htanfonl, Dally, secures lo travelers my faith in it forever. Nashville Ameri anything abmi the rase," can, A BiktiidayUift A conjugal converMOST RAPID SERVICE While guuniiig in tne ijwsr part of sation overheard in a street otr: "What THE Charles county, M try land, a man named are you going to give me on (he I5th dear Kver attpcuptnl bctworn the ureal commercial clt- - I K. bey shot a lirge fox weighing about 40 esi? You know it is mv birthday." "It liaoii Ibe Dill 1(1 8f aud 4 litriifo, and hence thi tasiest tliuo and hum cn.ulor able Iralua be-- I pounds, The animal had a perfectly white is a dale I never forget, darling. I shall tween all pililla In ihaSoilth, or tn the IIVr aud .ortlnrvnt ttain lhettmiite Prop R. BURNSIDE. bead, but it b idy was that of an ordinary give you $100." '"On, how lovely! I'm on all inn k lm la ilennraliMieil part of thl.imtt- Tiis I exquisite wrap." "Ex- nl KjritrvMM. The suieru rollln i ex we em-- I red fox, except that its hair was somewhat going to buy that ' plntr k.lvm patruns Villi inttvil (Unit fort. Well - Know longer It wss (he first of the sort ever cuse me, love, I give yoil the 100 10 pay Olticca in the houth ' This Old "A tall Coupon I icke you will tl ml our time table ami llcketa. ay ? Hotol Still Maintains Bviton Hrald the rent."" Bulks seen in the county and is regarded as a cunun, Ket flimun aud stick to .ft it noli, If HiKh Roputation, you want Una re money and hare a pli'nait Jourriosity. K.O. MrCOKMIt K, Every successful poultry rtiserm tws (he ney, General I'asteiver AK"iil. Cmcago, AND A Nevada ranchnun has a herd of hy- good of a certain cure or cholera, (Jan. City Ticket and Oltli era: Ky. E. A, liucKNKH, 'Ul 4tb Are.. Loula?llle, Albrid cattle crossed between the male bu let's Chicken Cholera Cure has been dem I. M. Torbknck, 129 Vine at., Cincinnati, O Iti Proprietor ii Determined thr io and the domestic cow. They are not onstrated to be tbe boat chicken medicine it 8ha.ll be rfeoond to no Coantri Hotel in the State in iu Fare, housed during the winter, but find their ever introduced It never fails Sjld by WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, Appointmenti, or Attenfood and thrive where other cattle would McRoberts & Stagg. 2t tion to Comfort of HTANFOltD. KY. is said to be excellent starve. Their bee' tbeir Oueiti Fred McCrum, a Titusvilie telegrapher and yarn has been spun from their hair. - - Proprietors. made the fastest time on record ia New WALTON BEOS. HanKaRe will b tonjtjta to aad from the free of charge. Special acrtimraodatloi The Jennie Bowman monument fund York Wednesday, sending 68 words a mln to Commercial Trayelen. The liar will $751 50 and bids for one tocoat ate for 40 minutes, a total of nearly 2,700 81m of 8tage, 30x50, Eight complete MU of Hcn. alrrajt tapplled with the choleeit has leached ary. Beating capacity, Including gallery, braadi of Llqiors and Clean. words. sum have been called for. raid to aood attractloni. that The end comes dret 1, swift, sure. With an Emperor over PO, ni-- t heir doomed to die, there is onlv one life that of Prince William between the imperial throne and a regency over an infant five years old. This ia a grave prohlem for Germany and (hat it should have com 111 a manner so unexpected and at the period alt ive all other in Osrman history when firm eov eminent is needed, is among those inscruta ble decrees of ProviJtoce which now and Yet He Lovks Hkh. Mau finds nv I 1 buiMlng Mat reiujreil to till amount of fault with a wuiiMn, yet works lie the kmI irli'eaiiil eUul ni loan eiT oppo-Is rt ie puiurt tooth and nail (o ge( her. He calls her ex ed In iioiimuiWk Hie puliln 'lh i am .tiiiiiat-iiii((" iiuui 1 iu travagant, yet yearus to py her bills. Hie tee.!. uuiugrnput uis is hearties, but he devotes mouths to findFeed, ing the spot where (bat heart should be A Nil She'e ficke, yel he struggles fur a place in ! tier nllminns. She's timid, hut he, tionle creature, has courage for two. Sue's a fraud, rrntnl ttrwl, I tu Ilfln to trsln the uatile m but a darling. She's a eoo'e, but a durk ami ir-- k on h'rallrlttrmxintlile terms County Canirt lay iril Sne's snippy and sweet. In fact, she's a Jtmx it. v.i iti'Kxrr.it, chameleon 111 the very latest stvle o spots sunitMil. Kj and dots and feather and bungs. Son's lithe and graceful and dainty and der Yet el.e's n and changeable as tne wind N 'I l . I It IttlllM. k uiosl desirable arue'e ol household furnish ing, and there are mighty few men wim B. , want to get along sriitiout chauie'em For s gum! Tsble -- in n bustle though she be .Sin FranAmi clean cil well furnlinwl ntuiua, thl- - Hotel bat no auiKTltir. U.l utiiple rooiui cisco KeKirl 7 day. KKtfi ire,r' Oil. W s ulNIIrtl', PENNY, li uil I (Mill t a l I i'1 Livery, Training, 6HgZ? aiouJoi'KNaL office Offltr iioura Iroui 8 10 1'4 -u. and I to 8 r. w. AtiMlbetln odiulDtitxrrd W101 oecraaarr. Ir . WOMAN'S IllSEASES ucn a SALE STABLE (ot Painful arautjr iitt J OfBir on tSf uiiitraarl TT I JL rr((illr lncattr itrrt, et 1 dour lo XT MENSTRUATION 11 or WILLIS HOUSE, O. A. BKNKDIOT A: CO.. H Ukcn tlurtng tl.e CHANOK OH MFK.ctrai nflrrlnpai.d lan;rr lll beaifhlnl tV.Viid t book. '.MasaAuc TO W. in," nulled trre llRiliriil.u HioCUiTon Co., Atlanta, f!a. J. WILLIS, Proprietor. -WI-I- hi-r- i.i:r: 11c MiituKON i- - rK.lll (lOle mmis) ,. side Vm, ...... lo Ksri-.r- , a n. Kn.itTkr al-i- tr dwrs di ,t Imi-.iiil,- 1 WOOD WALLACE, nu at Km e-- PIloTOtwIttVlIIOIt. u. Jsosry kiv hii AYRES& GIVENS. ATTORNEYS Hit Kill ' nr A.T fSlrrrt, LAW . II tiii: '"lrtV III'. IUa, 1 . ! in I t i r.i HI k (llly u H S. WIlt .11 Jill, HaiinilKsli, l'aklS ay , ni; IVOT1CK. f A'bfUht.l M.rllo h4 - an. iimiuih rail rt tli-- c Kr , iic inlotMS ikeir um in , ...-1- l7 f 1 1 et - a lt . .'CI-I- ' MIL.LL.IIVK11Y. om-dIi- ,,f ihntfld hit tnifit-- i mate mint tin ,. m M I In 'h ( mnuN tur ,, uba,r. . usm. 'V n will ! 'u thr nl i.iii'M.11 k al atlMithrit In i u .Satumi f.r p i ' l Kt-n- t .f Ituntmi iu n .ta ami i.lins Hr a rnnitnutiLHi ot r lr it, . . rj-- i r , ou- rrtnin a 8m ii.i it 1 1 a- it i. s. m utalltu dm itri hot. v a hi.ionK ii:kkivth. t. u.lal'i -- lntt,t .f t, Ijf '," rr.it F-t- DR. S.C.DAVIS, Physician ami Surgoon, Mt. Vorniui, Ky. n, la-- I6i--;- thel -- t d si't. ! A1TTEE' Cholera Cure! s tT'ai Orhceieit d .r in ' .itehrd' nrttij 'ion . nnl .ii arivrit ' diaeaMs ul (bl di t ,.-- If M:V This old and iMnlnK Its One IVOm MI25 rll-nu- n IIOTU. Motel la villi uialt. Charge rnasonabb MT VERNON, KV. reputa"n 3i. riteclil attention to titv irairlln public. it i; ,Ktll Mt tilt, I'ro'i, Wftloli. K) e L. & N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. l list .. iismr- - OALGIYIE N IHVI'l.ll, TIIKOIMlll TKIJK I.IXi -- - youfiT'&'vviiS'r ITIlll VC7-- "hl.lt 1 I ir.l.V, Pullmau Palacu Sleepers. I,oiiIm i1! -- . vir.i to umIh llliiiilii, Ill, .Ill'lliplllH, I, .11oiitciiiury, himI -- loliil ilrlcaiiN. till' ItiH-U- . w N EW FAST MAIL Only one change to polnti In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS eeklDt; J"cl bnmi-t MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. KY. and in,, sr write Amenta n( on tne llneol thli peclal rale roJ will rerelv.. thl llompany lor ratitt.routiv. O. I' AI'AIOKK, U, I'.AT.A., Uiilarllle, lit , g, 1 Grand CoiiibiiiutioiB THE INTERIOR JOURNAL , iu And the l.oiiUTllle Aip-n- ti Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only Sll-t- wo piPori for morn than the price of one. little By paying uaH you will reclfe for one year l, 'our homo paper with the the epreaeniatlTe newipapr of the South, democrat-- o lor a tarltl for rerenue only, and tbe beat, and rlnlilest and ablest tamlly weekly In tbe United tatca. Those who desire to examine aauiplc opy of tbe can do to at this office. Courier-JournaCourler-JoUrnal .5 ,.4i.-- a v . . Stanford, Ky ki. a it r 18H7 November '5, O. WALTON. Uumnuaa Muutttfer. I'm' tNifri 5J i J i.r.-t.- -j iii'awuio lilt ANNU, it at l Friday .... nt an d tOi . 4 Mall dun dad. CA811. iim win k iiB 1 V. LOCAL TIME CARD. 41 4ik ... It hi r.. 5 I ' Mprim tialolDi North Boutn Nnrlh Freight Norm .. U..H . ...... . Ursf riial.H.. I.jln. l train'' rtouth ....!.. .1.1. Milt lillMaiiafB. op ... ... ., . ..i . ...... I w II -- . S fkVA'M M l. u mi.oTe Is calculates lt itUt iOulnuiM .undard ttim. Ho.n iwlr A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1'ialu r lf?s ltowlitil at; W a M. au4 leturus at M. LOCAL NOTICES. Hut ;our kcIiooI l mum ami xchnol nip Penny iit from A. Ahk jour icruor 'or ilia Cincinnati lia king Co.' cracker mid cakea. W atc'iim nnd Jfwelry repaired on ulior iiitice ami arrant.il bf A. K. IVnny. A uuMri.KTK 'lock ol jewelry, latuM A, ptcinlty. '.yle. ICockford wstchM It. iVnny. riu: flrui o( Penny A McAlixlrr hatlnu diioolTfd, the acvmnil t iciiIt fur eelllt) uir nt, Ootni al oner and settle You may ii RtMt. GEORGE O. BARNES GODISLOVEAND MOTHINa 12 Al our firxt meal we Ibonght Ithe bin nil had a familiar look and taMe; wbirh wax fully explained when "Aunt Kdie,"ourold cok nt liro. (lore'x, turned up, with radiant face to welcome u back. 'I he Mayfieldf fell heir to her Kill when the (lorei broke up their rxlablifthoient. Capl (lloticenler and hix Mih Arhnttt Frank .Matlhewa Knnr lo Kninax City to eO(ift'e in xotne new rnitineerini; feat. How we niieil them, the dear frirndx of our firet O otto n Up vixitl Hut old friends xooo rallied nbou t Ua anJ we hnd a delihtltil visit Irom Ttlex 'day (ill this Friday, holdinit Gre xrrvicex that did Krent Kool in the way ol "continu ing the deciplex" in the rltthi way. I am tboronghly glad the LUKD Ird nn to etop for ever eo short a lime, wnile we rank,' a few more channel on "Ood is LOVK and Nothing Klxe " There are alwnyx n certain Dumber in etery "meelinn" ihnt need a 'second benrSl" in order to vet the blexril Truth 'by the rUhl handle," who, if they are helped on a little nt this crilicnl xtae, ontiniio ever after sletdfaxt in the 'ait h. I'aul reooKiiizxil this when hn xnd to Har ml)."' "Ia'X us to Kain and vixit our brelbrrn in every city where we bar preached the word of the LORD nnd ee how ther do " 1 nm gla I to xnf thnt most of those wexaw xntiu were "doimi" well; anil "Hod ix LOVft nnd n ' n e'xe" will nerer lack deletuM in Tupelo, l'raixe the LOKIJ' Toe Southern country ix lull of xtir n iw ax it hive of honey bera in fair wenther. Form early ilawn lo dewv eve the country wxgonx stream almost ronlintioiixly into town; each with Its two bale- - lit lotion, to 6m) si arp merchants competing fur the coveted prlte. A rix- - in p'ice iax set eve'y body celling at once and one would think c itton to be ' k ng" indeed, lo see how it domiiinlrs thix mucitiii e world in 'Jtiprlo and Hi Cm RXJMjEIYa t -- MERCHANT TAILOR, Ml..' 1 J THAT-- hay rocslved and ttltl rectlvlng New Goods for Fall and Cotnprlilon the belt in tha market, which will b in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country .'" . Give Mo n Trial. M'EOBERTS & STAGG, Winter, & wwm A&wmwasssmi " HAVEas -- OF- i. i ,. a Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Fnviner iecurdthe services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work will be done with neatness and diipatehf fully insured. Spectacles aid Eye Glasses to suit the eye. ttm I n s ! ! . tj 1w I- t V " - w W s B aw BUT -- c o w S ft a mH- 5 Baf s re e (D CD GHOOBUMB OS1- 2 a - x 9 ft H e 0 (6 EL 8E 1'iiA.iwia 'I'll Vvvr.ua, Lek I loud. Couktt, Mm . 1 n I Nfi-Mo- JUck i " fMiiillli, in no oilier We I ui iriiiiiinttd with IuciIht that here in llir Jury of .print. No wrrr in lh- hill, in lie way, no lr j; lo- I8ih, I87. k.in where the frilir "n-- - lt ilifli-rri.!- . We Iitp I'een (arorwl llil i. The foil twKipy of n a auliitiin tint liarr Inllowetl II oilth ami we haTe ) of continuous liml nearly ui a titration of iim'er ordinarr cir : nt hut a cnunlancr, ry ol autumn. ft-oi- io ( itl'plnr, I fit I think llrnlini l riilianl in oak iMtiinl upclo am umr coiurini than any hafe ri-- i, I ii. irt, twcail-- r Hip1' J "" We hot nf f liu frirm)., M inlay noun, hr the train csuir on from P.iiticaii Hieter Koa and It-- htr el'trr, Mr. t) ilhain aioi jimiIiiI ii I') iinlri' il. nn tif n ad to IUnnini.-i- . wnrrf Uih laiit-- reachf her linuif, a mile or too cr..-- - ootiniry. lUthrr a ludicroii, hut, ni I ttjp liuir, kfot i II Mr" Olillnui fii'niKifil hrr haliy, olil, lo uir cirt, and I, cir oi few Uidnl with It on llir plaifurm C'linoproliy, n llir not nuticlnk' lliat the ollirra uot (fl otlirr iilr .'o Ihrrr f wrrr; ihey wntuik; I fur for iup lo ruirrw rum " t train an-- l tniiv Inculrol ocruried tht-- bale h'e in Memphis last week so smoked that city nut, and xo covered the strietx with locks of the sinitrd staple, that we were glnd to leaTe the untidy place be biri'l and net i liuui the Ibe smell of burnt cotton, ",HHt in le coi (Unrated in Little hock the nltiht we passed through Memphis and added rmphaxix to the thougnt of how in IK h of earth's wealth goe like a tWxh "taking winga" md van iahing in smok". We go to A''er'een 17 miles south, by ihix afiernnon'x accommodation, where f expect to rrmain trn dnyx, at least, preach-inThe circuit court in the court-housi in sexion, bin our koikI Irteiid Urn, Fin ley, the district attorney, has procured the c ortTooui for us, al nuhis, nnd and we hope, among other, io ream the lawyers in attendance from various points. I always exult in talking lo lawyrrx, because thry, of all men. best know what fair evidence ix and I hare juxi that to give them, from I cn'l say scripture, lo other they re ! re pr inMirii; hearers than oth r,butii is something gained when yon nient men who are wiIIiul; to listen fairly if one hax a real point to make Thlx does not include the "Inwyers" of the New Tex lament, who seem lo hnTe been a bad lot altogether, lor they weie ecclesiastical lawyers, witti then mild all made up and ax A G(Kh) -cn, o d 5 X B O H td 5 S3 T. R. WALTON c)km:ic- - H in a e a rt-CO xn MAIN & SOMERSET STS., WEAREN & MENEFEE j vrsr GETTIIE x mper" water nr.iimnit aa as a deck's hack lo )y jSl tinder down Bouth. of 'I uprlo kitifh out In my irni, In their crystal treasures ax freely as if the ltl. with follox hr thn nrll trmii M lnt, after uper earth were not expiring vrryihidi xtiolltlni; and nnh dy ilinler drolliti and ga,iui,f fur the raliH the devil IMldlliif hiitxmIt Ue, the llllnllon dawnid withholds. (liu O. Daiineh Hvr in Je-- u. upon fiiui practical prly, "'o undertook the tranclrr of llir iuiooni'i..i liltlr uiie Hn iliHKAt). Tue revival at the Haptixt acroM the , Ulform lo H' mother. I gladly church, conducted by Hvx. 1'tke and Tyree bounded up the irp-; the c nduclor util resulted in several additions to the church witti an impallrnt led ttie er.(int-drir- r The ami muoh good lo ihe community ent "like mad," to jerk, and away we llrodneadUdge, No. 1 7H7 I. O Ci T, niasi up for lol time. It took me oine will on Haturday evening, Dec 3, celebrate mind and itiirt litor lo rally oiy Tne proirsmme will i's i2 anniversary the rack of my nrrre. It i odIt two hour' reidinu conxisi ol addrexxex, recilattors, Itoui Ki pier lo Meuipfil, by the (J. .Ni O. and vocal mutc -- On last Hunday evening We cri)ed the Hticni- - ner Cofinttn, at prayer meemu Mr. J. N Alhriirht demil womlrieJ thai a rier of it look could livered an addre's nn the nubeci, "Can a be nurunbU for alimnboata lor UK) miles. peron be a christian and not work in the I'm throe rst ill Southrra water cut Hunday schoolV" - It, II. Conn bax been vix chanuel through the aady a ill and hate limn friends at Altainonl. Mr. F A. 1'ryor immense tl iaiini captcity, out of nil keep and wife and W C i'ryor attended the IOk' with their Cramped aparance school home, qiarterlv meeting at Liw-o- o Thin time weitopp'd at the Dully llouxe and 20lh. on the here we reaiained till for economy ' xake, ext morninci iendlne the afternoon in "Mr.8mlih Nrw MAHHUOEFonMULA accou.pliihin.. that tuppleuientary "xhop is it your firm purpu-t- to make tills pleas jiinn" that efttun e?er incoiuoleie, the mo ant lady your wile until you meet one rery aluion more pleasant?" uieut one 'trikei a citr. I It Is." pliere in UKk:eti?e of want unknown be Mrmpliia' Mnill xlreet I quite ahowy fore "Miss Jones, have rou made up your ihi lirttifh call mind lo ba the wife of .Mr, Hmllh until you in hantlHome "ohopa," our xtortM The city i Itirtnk! ahead In lo- - your temper and tire of him?" the bii'iueai race ami in future prosperity "Yes." areutx now ijlilte arxurrd "Tnen I iironounce vou man and wife ere oil in the new until some court shall part you." -.- Minne l'tiexday uiuriiihic w la the road apolis Journal. K. J M. A U. railway. Tni when which wax approaciiinu cumpleilion The democrats will have n majority of Now it ix we were in Tupelo laxt xprinir. 13 in the next U. H House. In the Senate dotnu a boutuio., hti'iiexl eapectally in col I run throii-i- i the republicms will have i hire majority, ton, brouithl to MempiiH. rtattdiiig 3S lo 37 -- with oni in 5 uionolonouf region of cotton land, with the score dependent, Kiddleberger, of Vuginia, who braud new tIIUkm of unpainted houxex, though elected by the republicans, ix errat acallerrd aloD at xtraiullOk, inierrals pointa for lh "xtaple" and retail ic and dixpo'ed lo liht his friends The hipping ,. wearing in of Senator Turpi" may inett cnlrM for tha farmer-with oppniiion, but the probihiliiy is mat Arrived t Tupelo, an hour and a half -altrr lima, oorraxpoadlna lo our delayed be will pull through. f Cincinnati Com Found a ood mercial. Mamphin. departs r fron many changM that aoaaewhat inpaired tbn A resuuiu of Ihe fiahery tunned for the plMur of our yiail. Our old landlord and year ending October, 1887, has been pre kind chrUtU friend, liro. Ho re, wa pare J at GJoucea vr, Macs. Four hundred mm in Kanaaj, and hi boardinit-houx- e and seventy four vessels are owned in the at. We bad to iMk new (juartert, alwayx district, againut 187 last year Seventeen an uopleaaaal thing, if one likes the old. Teasels were lost, with 137 men, who leave The Mayfieldidoute received u, where we oO widowri and 01 fatherless children. In have been very comfortable end have had addition to thoce lost with their vessels, 41 ever atteatioB abown ui by Ibe kind pro other seamen have met death by drjwrJng prtetorv. Thii oew hotel was (join it up or accident!) when wa ware here before and we left it a fate is a warning to Lingg'e terrible rooflew ikaletoa, to find it a running m obine of Mf eral wonthe old. The "New smokers. If you must smoke don't smoke outh" htlrriee up when tt har. a mind to dynamite cartridges or loaded candlea. ury s Ibrm. Th conductor " frantic a a danc brinw clrrndy lirhind tiuir, ink' drrviah ami Irfl II liMikwl K'ervthing y &caa WORKJW J jf , as axhllr a elriplli' ll.latil lur H I were In tie but the noble rie-ih- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sureys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve , hides is larger and more complete thanf everjbe-forefrom the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, -- 1 All oi work guaranteed as represeired. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our ilne assortment before it is broken. J. Queen and Crescent Route. (CiLoinnati New Orloana and Toxat Paolflo Bailway.) Sliortcst and (juickost Lino to Now 'Orleans, Florida. Smillt Kimt. Tnxrm. r.nl.u Smith Vtai CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87, KIUII "i WEAREN & MENEFEE. . . JHKE.-V.AkI.- HiiHteiiTllIe, Ky. di-e- J'af'aft jrfc TIT oarruh and lh IMIWN, No, 1, HEAD STATIONS. No. b. No. 2. No.7. Dally. Ki.htiti. 7 11 iTVi n rTrTrunT. uJ. I No S. Daily UI. We dealre lo call your attention to I tiuj;nsjmjiu. No. 4. No 8 "-- "7 Only. Dally. 7 A3 10 1 11 Dailj. 4f) 18 Dally. j S5 a m I IS 80 ii ZAara M ) m a iUp ml tt p ui 7 ' 403pm in1 'JOOpm 11 S'l ii in I ii -- W a in ii" m S IS p in Main! a mL'Te...Clnclnntit....A'rr ' 6 & am ..U'llnslDn ........ -- ruiyie. . Al'T ChatUnooi Junction City ...Oalilalo 23 a in 6 p ro pm 4 13 l ml M a m 8 13 pm '.' 'ii i m 3 10 p m 5 20 a ml 1 30 p m 9 55 p ui II 25 a m, 8 10 a io 10 fl 7 p in t p m ii Ol 9.W (ill M. . a Ua in 4 6 oo p . lio p tu II lOpiuJLTe u ui ' vi p ui L't? uiii.'Tf I'halUuooKa. t 'rt .. A'rv . Atlanta .. ..Ar' .... 1Upui 9UUam ...l 's'txfp'in Complete Iiine of Groceries Om- Jtoclc of Hardware, Try drMrlptlori, which we keep cocitantly on hand, and aik you to come and examine It aa well it - Which no retail hoaM can compete with. ;;;;; While you ound, we will ihow you th i. n 4 lllrinlniilioui Tus alooa 05a ia, ' III 00 p in' J '10 a m UUOaui VIckatiuru-.4 20 i in l.'ro Monro 8 15 p lulArr. dhrei'kirt am Vrv Meridian ..I.'t L'te 'riiiiiau ..ma i) a a ui A'it. New Orleans U'tel 4 SO a ui Lf?e .... Meridian A'rl . ii it i...b...H m i.i i i... u im ...... ... v i uy. ftmiti ..... e I T 00 ..York Akron 3 80 a ni 12 a m, 1 40 a iu Oliver ChilliMl and Imperial 11mv.n, W tt 8 SO a in 10 30 piii . are agent) for, the beat la the market; alto the HOO.'m, SOOpVi'i lini... IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, Botnetblni: new and norel and the fincat thing of the kind lu use. In our lino of Heating and Caak Htotes, we can pltaaolh most faatldiouilp lxlh prices and make, and eiraclally In Heating titOTCi, to keep Lime, Cement, Salt, Ac, and In fact we wish to show ycu sometbinK excellent. Ol 'uim there li warccly anything we hain't ut that Is anything near our line. Come In when you ar rn Very trnly, town anil we shall be delighted to make It pleasant tor 7011 Itb M Mdii lloudoir tluilvt aleaplDK (Jars on all through JOHN C. (J AUI.T, (len'l MauHKer, It. CAIlKOI.ICStmMtfupt.. 'Innaral Ottlc. Ht Paul HiilMing. Wast Fourth Rlract, CinclnnaU. Otilo. 000am tralni. It. COLLBHAN, Oen'l fl 15 p I Op 10 03 a m m m .... Act HOCK Kit A BRIGHT. Wall Paper, A. Agllii -- 1. 9IIUI, DiiLaam PHARMACIST. com pounded. ab-xe- nt Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Fulland Complete Stock of the above and prices B. Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. PhTilclant' prescriptions accurately Also iff tftwir m . JEWELER The Largest Stook of Watohea, Jewelry and Silverware Olooks, Krsr bought to this market Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry fie- palred on short notice and Warranted. E, WEAREItf, Stanford. as low as the lowest. .. z.vx- - 'j.'.'u ;':'"ai ? '"r n. T- ---- Jmi-?G9ethInIlfriorau- Mr. C. C. Meat Cutthe, butcher knlyes, salt, sag Carson went to the hop at pepper, aad salt at T. R. Walton's. Mo.i PERSONAL. Lebanon last night. Staiford, ij November 25, 1887 E. B. Hayden, of Springfield, passed up to London yesterday. Messrs J. T. Carson and T. TnE good that men do ia not always iatcrrod with their bones. Sam Burdett ia hia newspaper lifetime inaugurated rwy iBtaresUog column in the Courier Journal and called it "In aiid About Ken tucky." Poor 6am ia dead to ua Inkallng-e- rt bo In a sense, bat we are glad to ob serve that the feature will be continued. A little reference to the Bald Head Club in a rtosat iaiue inducea the belief that the great originator of the club, he of the bairleaa top, in other words Col. Polk Johaaoa klmself, ia presiding oyer the col uaaa bow, in addition to hia duties of see-laator the whole paper and writing that iacoaaparable "News and Comment" which aaree aa rural roosters bo much work. The Colonel ia a whole team and could run the greatest paper in the South and West by himself if necessary. g D. Raney went to Cincinnati Wednesday. W. H. Miller, Esq., went up to London on legal businesa Tuesday. -- Mr And Mrs. William Marshall, of Parkaville, came up to see their neic married. Mr It. Burnett, of Winchester, waa here Tuesday and expressed himself much pleased with his new homo. Prof. Hervey Helm, Ed Jones, Willie Craig and numerous others cam home to enjoy Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lynn, of Lou isvllle, came to spend Thanksgiying with with their folks at Pink Cottage. Col. A C Bryant, a fine old Virginia gentleman, came all the way from Clifton Forge to see hia young frienda united. Mrs. Forestus Reid and her little Jimmv went over to epend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mary W. Bowman, at Lexing Last July Lt. Ben Gray, a gallant sol- ton. dier in'tbe Loulsrille Legion, took Miss Mrs Benedict Spalding, of Leban May Hempstead to Jeflersonville aad made on, attended the marriage at her father's, her hia wife. She returned to nor home and besides being ornamental was decidedly and he to his and nobody was the wiser for ureful. the transaction. The girl'd parents were Ik Mr, George W Evans advertises to norant of lt and recently sent her to school sell bis stock, Ac, on the lGth of Decem at Nicholaaville. Lt. Gray appeared and de- ber. He thinks somewhat of removing to manded to see her and upon being relused Kansas City. produced hia marriage license, and the ob Mr and Mrs John Anderson end durate principal had to surrender uocondl daughter left yesterday to make their home tionally. The girl is very pretty and but 16 in Texas. They are the kind of citizans and it waa on account of her tender age we dislike to see leave, but Texas gains that there was objection to the marriage. where Kentucky loses. The fact that her aunt, Mrs. T P Got. Bcckmer continues to publicly re Hill, was very sick, marred the enjoyment proTe judges, jurora and Commonwealth at torneya, who convict people ot all clauses of of Misa Mildred Lswis' intrriage She was crime and then petition the Governor for however able to sit in an invalid's chair their pardon. For a man who waa "elected and witness the marriage of her favorite on a sentiment," Simon Bolivar's official neice. Col W. 8. Miller, of Lancaster, has acta are lesa colored by sentiment than been appointed Deputy Collector to succeed those of any other Governor since the daya Col. Baldwin and his friends are very proud of "Old Louisville of it. Collector Bronston showed his good Timea. Correct, to a letter. The more we tense in selecting a man so competent and hear about the old Governor the more we in every way so worthy. like him. He ia a man all over, judging Mr. 8amforo Erwis is very distress from hia acts to date. ingly afilicted. A tumor in his throat The Court of Appeals has refused to Dresses aeint his windpipe, makiog it grant William Patterson a new trial and difficult for him to breathe and almost ren now it only rem lna far Governor Buckner dera him unable to ewtllow any solid food to Gx the day for the hanging of the other He wis here Wednesday looking tolerably murderer of Jennie Bowman. There will well in the face and his friends hope that be a big effort made, however, to aave hia he may yet be relieved. neck an many believe the evidence is not LOCAL AFFAIRS, i conclusive aa to his guilt, while others are silly enough to be convinced that Turner Meat cutters and butcher knives at could not baye died with a lie on his lips, Hocker & Bright's. and he said Patterson was not guilty. You will save cost by paying the account Stone-rlammer." The republican papers have been harp !ng much upon the alleged fact that even if Virginia did elect an overwhelmingly democratic legislature, the total vote of the State showed a majoritv in favor of the re publicans. But this comfort haa also been taken from them. The official figures show 2,615 in favor of the democrats, who intend to give the State to the democratic candidate for president next year by 25,000. A you owe the firm of Penny you pay before Dec. 1st. & McAlister if Wanted immediately, information of a roan and a red heifer, each fat, weighing " about 700 pounds. L. M. Lasley. two or three term the penitentiary, is said to be out again, w letber by expiration of time or escape, in we Joe Huohes, after do not know. . -- . Strayed from my pasture a scrub steer bad state of affaire exists at calf, one year old, almost white; a few red Ihibodeux, La., where the atriking augar makers are in arms and threaten to burn hairs on hia back; weighs about 400 pounds. and murder indiscriminately. A battle took Geo. D. Wearen. place between thecititena and them, which The Supreme Court has overruled a moresulted in the killing of 15 of the striken tion for an appeal in the case of Cable vs. and the wounding of several of the guardthe L. & N. railroad, tried in this county, ians of the town. The governor haa order and the decision reversed by that court. ed out the troops, but further trouble is exA good tinner would do well in Stan pected pending their arrival. ford. Tnere is much more work here than Governor Buckner very wieelv refused the firm of Straub & Son can do. They are to remit the fine of $50 against the Circuit three months or more behind in their prom Clerk of Hardin who wag mulcted that iaes. e sum and ordered to jail because he re fixed At Fatty Nunnelley's turkey shooting to testify, and adds. "The court was bound yesterday L. M. Lasley, Joel Embry, John to maintain its own dignity, and the execu- Williams, Joe Portman and Robttrt Fenzel tive iaequally bound to vindicate the law, proved the beat shots. Lasley got 30 odd the court and the jurv, by declining to in birds. very terferewith the judgment." Little Breechea Foraker made the grandest effort of hia life and played the battle fUe buinea for all it wss worth, an examination of the official vote of Ohio, just certified, shows that he received 2,344 votes less than he did in 18S5, He has no majority at nil and hia plurality over Powell ia but 23,732 The prohibi tlonists cast 29,700 votes, a gain of 1,(19 in two years. of Labor are crowing email by degrees and beautifully less. A year ago the treasurer reported a membership of 702,000 and a surplus of $120,000 His present report shows that the total is now but 485,000 members and the surplus but $6,000. The organization went it too brash on the start to last a very long time mil Although We are glad to be able to state that the Buffalo Mills will not be sold. Mr. J. E. Farris has arranged everything satisfacto rily and will continue to run the establishment aa heretofore. Drs. G. W. Bronaugh, J. F. Peyton and Hugh Reid nave been ap pointed a board to examine pensioners, which will be a fcreat convenience to those who live in this section. Examiners. The Knights Mofltitt requests us to say be no services at his church next Sunday as he will assist in the sacra Rev. A. S. that there will mental services at the Presbyterian at Campbellaville on that dty. church Thobe's contest for the seat in Congress that Carlisle haa eo greatly honored is re It does garded in a ridiculous light in Washington not amount to a row of pins and the opposition to his being re elected Speak eria not even as formidable as that. The prohibition election at Atlanta is question and business haa the been entirely auspended. The vote will be to decide whether the taken city ahall be wet or dry for the next two years. Correct. The fanaticism that attaches to the prohibition movement disgusts a eood many strong temperanoe people and will materially alienate them from the support Danville Advocate. of the measure is on trial in New York, or will be when a jury can be obtained. There la great difficulty in finding 12 men who Herb Mcst have not made up their minda that the ought to be hung. tle fee-ea- lit- We have recelyed numerous solutions of our egg puzzle, but withhold them till next iwue. L. M Lasley's butcher shop ia indeed a model one. Every kind of meat ia tasti ly arranged around his room and for neatness it takes the cake. Nothing but the best meat allowed to come in hi shop Call on him and you will see something not surpassed by either Cincinnati or Louis" ville. Our Press has at last arrived, but it ia not set up. yet. It was just 15 days coming from Westerly, R. I., weiijut 7 800 pounds, freight $70.02. A curiotn and vexatiiu part of the Dullness is thtt the K C charged $21 fr.rn WincheUer here, while the other railroad and steamship c.oipt-die- s only charged $49 to that pUae. 0 ir next edition will be printed on the ne machine. The charge ia made that there ia more whisky drunk here now than under the 11 cense system. This, of course, ia over drawing the mitter, but there ia a big sight of it gotten away with. The principal drinxing ia at night and young bays can ba frequently seen reeling and carousing about the streets. The question arisen, where do they get it? Nobody has been punished for selling it unlawfully, and yet the law must be violated nightly. It ia a pretty state of affairs. 8ARRAR0 COUNTY DEPARTMENT, Thi noted temperance lecturer, L. J, Beeucbamp, ia advertised to address cur Lancatter, people at the Court-HousNovembet 30th The Thanksgiving Sermon waa preachThe Jclllco wax secma to be over. Four and December 1st, at night. ed at the IUpiisl church. person dead and several wouoded la the re Harnum's sacred white elephant humThe union Thanksgiving service at the sult of the disgraceful battle. Baptist church yesterday, conducted by bug was among the animals burned the Ths yeuBf people enjoyed another little Re?. Morris Evans, was well attended and other night. hop at the Opera House last night. The all were well repaid by listening to a very E. D. Bishop, Esq,, spent Thanksgiv bulldiag will aot be open to night. ing iu entertaining a tot of gentlemen at appropriate sermon for the occasion. the Lancaster Hotel. good little rain fell Wednes A ran Death. Our Kingsville correspondent M D. iluuhee, of the .Vu-- , had hia day afteraoofl aad sight and there are proa writes that Elitia Upthegrove died Thurs that the dry spell will soon be a thing day of poison received from a Cincinnati breakfast and was on the streets at tf A, M, pecti He perhaps risrs earlier than yesterday of the past. oora doctor last summer. It will he re anynditorio Kentucky. W he Iks correspondents that failed eaeaabered that Mrs. Samuel Flint, of South There is a probability tbattbe story la to send oe letters yesterday did not eajoy Fonr, died from the same cause a few regard to Mr. .'eater's robbery is untrue, the day, because of a remorse of conacisaee months ago. When will our citizens have but there was a report in circulation of that done with quacks? (or nagleetlmg their duties. kind here and I give it for what it is worth. The residence and contents, bars and MARRIAGES, for sale privately two good milk I HAVE outbuildings of Capt. JoLu (I. Doty, who cows, oae four year-olharness mare, six Parrisii-Lewi- s. The fairest bride stacks of tlsaothy hay, one large riok of wa have looked upon for many a day was lives near Hyttsvtlle, were destroyed bv I could not learn if there tire Tuesday, clover bay end a buggy. Masterson Pey- she who took upon herself-thvows of mar was auy insurance. It in very unfortunate ton. riage at the elegant reddenre of C l T. 1' for the captain and he has the syuiptthy of A Card of Thanks. lr. and Mrs. Hill, at high noon Wednesday. Beautiful all. MofJett desire to express theii sincere ap of feature, perfect in form and figure, bright, John 11 Woodcock, the veteran huntMildred er, is home again after a two weeks' hunt preciation of the love and kindnees that intellectual and cultivated, Ml prompted the generous thanksgiving dona- Lewis was an ideal bride as she is an ideal in l'ennesee. I have not yet seen him, but woman, whom to know is to love. The I leain he killed two rabbits and nne catation from their good people. gentleman who has won her, Mr C. C Par mount. The party with whom he went Three negroes were cent to jail to epend rlsh, a native of Virginia, but now doing killed four deer, but your correspondent thanksgiving by the police court, I com business in lltlliinnre, is a splendid type has not seen anv or the veni-oHansford and Will Teltrs for disorderly of young manhood, and is as near worthy I learn that N, H. Teller, a wealthv conduct at a gathering in Macksvilie and of hts bride as men ever are of a true wo farmer living in the Buckeye neighborhood Toy Teters for carrying concealed weapons. man. Belonging to a good old family and was robbed of $800 one night this week. President Clsveland's annual mes- being himself an upright, energetic and Tea er had sold stock lo that amount and sage ia nearly due again. We hope he'll excellent young man, Mi.s Mildred seem had it iu his house. That night there was placed her heart and hand in safe a knock at the door and on opening it, remember that brevity ia the soul of wit to have keeping and if their union does not prove found a man there, who with drawn pistol and cut ber short enough for everybody to an unusually happy one, all rign go for compelled htm lo ante. read. The last was too long for anybody. naught. The ceremony was said by Elder Two commercial tourists, who cam in A TOl'NO own nam-- d Doolin was put in Joseph Hallou and was a model of beauty on the K.C. railroad from Riohmond last jail yesterday for drunkenness and Judge anil brevity, and the scene in the hxndsnnie night, are loud in their denunciation of Carson says he is the first to be jugged fur parlor, lighted with many wai one said road. 1 hey swear Iter never saw anyfor that offense since th closed. almost of magic. The following couples thing like it and hope to the good (iod tbey This doesn't prove, however, that many stood up with the happy pair and formed a never will again. This road is now too xemi-circothers have not deserved a similar pumsn-menaround them and the man of slow They say for the average drummer. God: Mr. Robert C. Rules, of Ronce Souihern should come lo the Iwin-Tilverte, W. Va , and Miss Fannie Hill; Ja by all means. A negro girl named Petrlie Lswis, who r Craig and Mi" Mamie Bryant, of Cil Lancastermuch nerded rain cimc at la I on The lives in Boneyville, was detected in stealton Forge, Va ; Along J. 1'arrnh, of liWednesday afternoon and evening. While ing a hood and some cilico from the store mond, Va and Mim Ellen Hitlou; Mtsirr the do u pour was small it wa al lesl en of 8. L. Power A Co Wednesday and put son Peyton and Mis Lizzie Hrulit. The We hope fur belter times soon. in jail, When the case was wiled in court coiiMttint: bride was beautifully attireJ in a Id lie John II Woodcock ays the forest lire in yesterday, it was compromised in some broad-cloltailor made suit and carried I'll la-- i were not so deeiructire as reported. manner and the penitent girl di'mts-ed- . lovely bouquet of Mtre-h- al Nell roes dur He psed through there and sw the fires was boilioc ing the ceremony. The other ladies were himself, lift reports Somerset, which he While Mr. L. L. Dtw-o- n but thit writer is some lime for whitewashing purpose the all handsomely calls me B runnghum of Kentucky, vessel it wis in exploded and he was so miserably poor Jenkins and must be eiou on a boom. them in deun badly burued abiut the face and bnly as ed from the attempt to The appointment of Col. W. S. Miller to be almost unrecogniztble. Her baby The ceremony over, hearty congratulation-wer- e as deputy collector in pi tee of Cut Lew showered upon the favored ami Baldwin, decetsed, was also badly burned. Dawsun wa Mr. makes us all glad. Ssui in town yesterday and slid that both were then lunch wm announced. Col. A C Miller is a democrat, a true friend, a gen doing well and that no fatal result wit Bryant, who eeemed lo be master of cere tleman o honor and is wall qual tied for mon e- led the war, and the party w r hi. loosed for. county thanks Mr the place. d ling ample j in lice In as eiiaipluoiH . Hronston for his appoinimrn'. it is use Postmaster Richards says he has lot spread of xtibstaulials and delicrir 9 erei all hope of teachum trie people office hour, mortals enjoyed. Afterwards the whole le4i to mention tbe work he s done fur l'nl wis done btciu he is a but aska us to agtin repeat them. T'iry pirly accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Parish lo his partr democrat, and not from anv hope of re ure from 8 a M. to 7 P. M. When the da were the depot, where noma sd good-byward, livery wicket is closed the office is closed said and they took the train for i tour Some of our hoys spent Thanksgiving no amount of pounding will do any which includes a visit to Buil'tlo, Nugtrt and limiting the nimble quar; others old Brer. good. He must have tltm to attend to hi Falls, Rochester and Biliimore Atf-- r books, registry matter and business of wards they will return to Rmicererte, W. Rtbbi'; some who are K igli'h bred and the office. So pNai take notice and gov- Va , where they will likelr epend" the win woo gel their love of it 'r iui ancestors long upon some sinca dead, sat idly ern yourselves accordmclr. ter. Toe readers of the Interior Jouu grans crowned knoll, listening to the mu Burned Out. Near midnight a few NAL, who have not the pleasure of knoinu aical notes of the noole for hound- -' bark, as nights ago the family of J mes Liht, who the lovely bride personally, will remember he chases the living game over hill and lived at what is known as the Maple Samp her as a freiunt contributor to its columns dale; others went to church and a fw staid place, neir Highland, "era awakened by in the shape of long and short stories, the at home and fea'led in silence. We all the noie of foiling timbers to di'cnrer that one entitled "The Two Brothers," which thank God for His b which so few the house was in thai en. They had hardly ran through the issues of several month, of us deserve. time to get out in their night clothes aud being especially creditable hit h in joint of I)otrrlic trouble in the family of eared absolutely notntng. Ii was bitter conception and beauty of language She in him shooting will ornament anr society in which she Milton Ltwrrnce cold and in that condition, without shoes may be thrown and wherever she mar lo and dangerously wounding his wife on the the family of nine persons had to mike their way to Mr. Beo Young's, who lived cate friends will crowd to her side. My street at Winchester. John H. Higus, colored, charged at nearest. The bouse had eight rooms and the choice! hle'H'nrs thtt earth cm brine be hers and may she and the one of her Frederick, Md , with felonious asesull on was a very comfortable one. Mr. .11. P. Mrs, Vaakle, an n,-e-) wnite woman, was Young, from whom we learned these facts, Ctioice be alMV "HOrmo-d- r happy. liken from jail at 1;30 o'clock Tuedy says the loss is about $800 and leaf ex Sir, ALL SORTS AND SIZES. morning and nanj-eto a tree. Light in a very needy condition. At Sequin, Tex., Martin Robertson and A. T. Nunnelley sold lo J. E. Bruce a A Fortunate Escape Tuesday nfier James Hromlev, Iniya, each 17 years old, d of hos at 4 cents noon as Mr. John M. fl til was riding along were yestenlay eeoienced to the penitentiaLouisville, with a pipulation nf 200 the road beyond Crab Orchard, leading a 000, has church c.ipcity for 03 000. Hut ry for life for having deoyed Archie Hen mule and tolling some sheep, a freight fewchurchen are much crowded ry, a companion, into a cave aud murdered train dashed upon him, kaockiug the mule -- The Dueber Watch esse Company, at him. dowo he was on and throwing him some Newport, Ky , has been compelled to snut "November days, N .vemb-- r days! you've distance, badly bruising him up but fortu- down, on account of the scarcity of coal. put the. country all nblaz ; the hard earned nately breakiug no bones The mule be Whisky has none up 16 to 20 cents on n or turn ing led was killed outright and it was a the gallon, owjnif to the heavy consump crops the farmers raise, you bu He say: the toilers craze with fear. Providential interference that saved Mr. lion and the shortness of the production 'You've done enough, the Lord we'-- l praise Hall, He was taken cre of at once by W. H. Garner A Bro ot Winchester, when you will ceaee your Cain to raire, and fnerds and conveyed home, wnere he has sold to R, H. Hutchcraft 1,200 bushels of no more barns and crops you'll raze No since been resting easy and no ill results stripped blue gra, seed at GO cents per vember days, Nohember days, let tip, are anticipated. Kit J A. Bogle was with bushel. pl.z 1' " jOwenshoro I uuirer Mr. II II at the time and although he was It is aid that Congressman Scott, of A bribe is a sum of money ollered to a not hurt, wis scared very nearly to death. Pennsylvania, spent $50,000 in n social way person which is considered loo small to be Killed. Rev. John it. J tines was in Washington last season and will expend srttifctor; when it rises to the plane of thrown from his buggy, while en route the same amount this winter. Cynthia C Cleveland, the cousin of thf satisfaction it become a retainer -- Lowell from Paria to Milleraburg, Tursiay, and so Citizen. badly hurt that he died in a few hours. He President, wnose libelous novel "dee Hnw" inn been suppressed, is said to be a handElevator Hov (lo fat old lady) -- Goin' up and W. M. Goodloe were riding together, some woman with an intellectual face. when the horse became frightened and runmum? Old Jady Yes, I'm troin' up, but Znty Hleecker, of Albany, N. Y. de- Hikes alive, a little boy like you can't pull ning oft", both men were thrown to the ho is 237 years old, and chalme up in that thine ground, Mr, Goodloe fortunately escaping clarer that lenges the world lo heat or disprove his with but few bruises. Mr. James had hut record. Up to dite the world has made no recently taken charge of the church at Par! responce. is and had bright prospects of duing good Long distance telephonia service apand firmly establishing himself in the pears lo be a practical accomplishment al- Centrftl Hotel, Williamsburff, Ky. hearts of hia congregation. A few years ready with great future no eibililits, Two Tills Hotel Is a rery desirable pleoe ol property ago, after leading quite a wild life, he felt Pniladelphia newspapers nryv live a tele and will bsioldrheip and on r term), If cold at once. Kor particulars call at Hotel or on l) II. called upon to pretch.fbe gopel and apply- phone bervice with New York fir Urn trans Ilsrrls, U'llluiiistiiirR, K or N A. Hli'iurd.on, Ky. 28., ing himself closely to the study of the word misitun of nesrs between the nilieo, and find 703 W. Chestnut at, of God and taking a course at the Theolog the method advantageous leal Seminary at Louisville, he became a At II J. Haupt's sale last Friday near more than ordinary minister of the goapel. Gravel Switch, the grist mill and saw mill Hia last charge was at Somerset, where be attached, together with the frome dwelling-hoQe- , did great good in building up and adding two lennment houses, nut buildings, to the membership. As a revivalist he was etc, and 5) acres of Ian I were purcbaned I will anil at public auction to tbe bljliest bidder peculiarly gifted and many a soul waa by Mr J. H. Minor for $2 t!09 Lebanon lit, 1887, On Friday ! brought to Christ through his earnest and Standard. soren head ot extra good yearling uiiilo. W. B. Kidd weighed up yesterdav fi r Twenty effective exhortation. Some' three years nice, Ift fat Hho,U, l liuucb 4 Mule Coin, 'i agod ago he was married to Miss Annie Wearen, Lehman the following cattle: 100 from S. nl jeaillng Csttle, and a good Hue ol Farming Iin toinl-tin- g of Wagons, l'lowi, (1 an nleinents, of Kirksville, and she with two little chil D. GotT, weighing 1,702 pounds, at 5 cm a, Comtdned Mower and Heaper and ererythlug in line, i0) irreparable lose, and 29, weight 1,634, at 4? cts ; 23 from Abe the firming stucki, lotbarrel id Corn, lUy In bun dren are left to suffer their of Wheat In girner. Ilouis and several Measra. Geo, D, and B, K. Waareu tele Renlck, weighing 1 (13 pounds, at nis.; bold and Kitchen Furniture will alaibaaold A Tract of Land, conslittnz ol iio Avrcm, graphed yesterday thtt the funeral waa and from Strode Bros 10 weighing 1 012 Dix Hirer, and on of OO ,lcrt'H, lying 1 there-main- s be shipped on tbe Laurakter plko. between tbe farm nl the cts. These will pounds, at preached at Paris yesterday and that lateUno. King and J. E. Carson, will also le sold. Terms made known on day of in In. will be interred at Lancaster at 11 to England for Ghriattnai bsef. -- Winches ir. KVASN. ter Democrat. o'clock e -- TRAINING STABLE! break an prepared Tralalof sat trala honeBtabls, and aaddlaor trot, t and tay a as althsrlo I, Us MSanifiieO, ha- - lo Danvtllt, Ky., a of Lincoln and adjololog countle II to Ibt you have a horse ibal you want broke, tralaaal or Mid, and will bring It to me, 1 will guarantM yon wlU do my beat with your alack. aava a aor you want sold, br.ni It u us, as we market ta tbsHlal. have Uatarood , tf r HA MUBL JOHSBOK. SS-- tt 1888. Hrpr'N Harper's Mafsilne la UfagHzIiie an orjau ol progr ! IllnalnatsMl .taught and raoTrmeut In erary depart ant af lift, ataalda otbar attractiona It "III CMUln, du alvs .! SI d the cooalaf year Important artlrJes, auporblj IlloHraUd, oo th Ureal Wrat, arttclra on Amsr-Icaaad foralin Industry, Uaullfullr tUualrated yajaaa en WcoUaad Norway. Hwlliarfand, Alders, aatl Ua West India.; new norala by WiirUaj lllark aacb cutnalete In aod W. D. Uowtdla; noTell-llaa aiatUnnnbar by llanry Jamea, Latcadlo lleem, and Amelia HI Tea, abort atoile by Mlaa Woo ion and other popalar writer; and iflaatrated paper of apaclal arllatlcand llteiary Inlarwit. Tba Kai Dspartmeataaracondiie al by (leurgo William Curtta, William tVan llowel a and Cbarlea Dudley Warner. nnj a t; a, i IIAKPER'S PKIIIODICALS run Ilarpnr g .Magailne Itarper'a Weekly llarper'i IUir I'o-la- ge YKia. ... Young I'eopla fre lo all aubecribera tftatea, Canada ur MeiUo llarer'a .,.. fl I 00 ...... ... 2 00 (si I Mi In III t'nlled o. order. The tolumM of I lie Magazine begin w k I Be Nuinlwra lor June and (,eeintr cl eacb yar Wbao bu tliutta aperlttid, aulcrlpllon wi login with the nuiubar lurrant at tba lime of rlul toluinraof llarper'a Magaitne, lor thre years luck loneatrleth binding, will t eenl ky ou relpt ol fi er obiine. Cloth mall pol-palfor binding, sUceula eaah, by tuall utp4ld ludei lo llarpei'a Ma(iln, alphalxtlial ana-lytical aud claMldfki. f.ir volume to 70 tilt iualrfront June, MO to June, IMS. una "uluuie. Mo, clotb, ft. e iuou-e- y Kemltuncta ahould I made by order or drall, lo avoid chance ol Nwipiera are not to ropy tMi ad'ertlM-inan- t wliaoul Ilia aipre order ot Harper .1 llrulheia Addrail ItAltrKltA If KO I IIKU1. New Yolk Mound d -L'a-e- a, 1 ("xt-olbi- li bar-roo- t. le le Itt ISVILLE, Kt. MEVA, b, It Fine Furnishings, Undorwotir, Iloaiorjr, OIovom, ilrd, Fino Custom Shirts, MY MI'IICIALTV, 4th and Malo. -, 0rrrd h-- es LI. I. 'illu--(JruH- Honie." 8hortost aud Quiokest Route from (Jet tral KentuoKv to all Pointf North, Ea-West aad Southwest. t, Fait Line Between i,f,.tinton ti V. U. MOIWK, a- - Ti.ui:v:v'ri A g, Through tlckata and baggage chitkn! to an dectlnitlnu reacbxl by irailroaj. Kur lull particular, call on any agent of the compandor II. K Oen.l'aM. Agent, Covington, Ky I). 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